A two inch silver medal with original box. The medal is engraved with the text: [Exhibition Tennis Matches / Against Armed Forces of Pakistan / Althea Gibson / January 1956] on one side. The other side has engraved text around the edge of the circle that reads: [Services Sports Control Board Pakistan]. The text surrounds a symbol that includes an anchor, star, wings, and swords on the other side.
Gray patch in the shape of a shield. Across the upper right to the lower left quadrant are three (3) narrow diagonal lines in pink. In the upper left corner is a pair of crossed tennis rackets with two (2) tennis balls. In the lower right corner is the logo of the International Lawn Tennis Club.
Case for the key to the city of Detroit. The case has a lid and a base. the inside of the lid has gold and black text that reads "This Key to the City of Detroit is presented to / Althea Gibson / Honorary Citizen / May 19, 1961" Hand written in blue ink is "Louis C. Miriani." On the left side of the box lid is the seal for the City of Detroit.