An Olympic gold medal with attached ribbon. The medal is molded with figures in relief on the obverse and reverse. The obverse side features a seated woman, representing Lady Victory, dressed in a flowing robe and holding a palm frond in her left hand and a winner's crown of leaves above her head. To her left the words [XXVI / OLYMPIAD / ATLANTA 1996] appear in relief. The five interlocking Olympic rings appear between [OLYMPIAD] and [ATLANTA]. The reverse features a running human figure at the bottom of the disc, with leaf patterns extending up and curving around the medal. Above the figure is the official torch emblem of the 1996 Summery Olympics, below which reads [100 / Atlanta 1996]. Type circling the medal's border reads [CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC GAMES]. Etched into the rim of the medal are the words [MEN'S LONG JUMP]. A bar extends out of the top of the medal, through which the ribbon has been looped. The ribbon is dark green, trimmed with gold and decorated with a leaf pattern. Embroidered at the top of the ribbon are the words [Atlanta 1996] and the Olympic torch emblem.
Gold-colored commemorative medal for the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. The obverse and reverse feature images and words in relief. The obverse features the official emblem of the 1996 Summer Games, a torch composed of the number  blow the Olympic rings, on which sit a stylized flame that turns into stars. Around the upper edge of the medal are the words [GAMES OF THE XXVI OLYMPIAD]. Across the bottom of the medal are the words [Atlanta 1996]. The reverse of the medal features the official quilted leaves theme from the 1996 Summer Games, in which oblong leaves are engraved or in relief inside various alternating engraved or in relief squares. At the top of the medal's edge is the word [CENTENNIAL] and at the bottom edge are the words [OLYMPIC GAMES].
A silver medal commemorating the inauguration of Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole as the seventh president of Spelman College. The circular medallion reads "SPELMAN COLLEGE" in gold lettering relief circling the top, with a downward pointing blue triangle with a smaller downward pointing silver triangle at its center with a gold 5-point star in the middle. The school motto "OUR WHOLE SCHOOL FOR CHRIST" is etched around the triangle. The year "1881" in gold lettering relief at the bottom center outside the triangle. All of the above is encircled in a gold band with the exterior an undulating line. The outer edge of the medallion is silver with alternating shiny and matte lines pointing towards the middle of the medallion, resembling rays. The reverse of the medallion is silver with engraved text reading "PRESENTED TO / SPELMAN COLLEGE / NOVEMBER 6, 1988 / IN HONOR OF / THE INAUGURATION OF / JOHNETTA BETSCH COLE / SEVENTH PRESIDENT". The medallion is attached at the center top to a wide silver chain featuring alternating grooved stripe rectangles and hexagons with raised centers attached by a double-line of chain link.