1845 James K. Polk Indian Peace Medal. First Size. Second Reverse. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-24. MS-6

1845 Ja

600
1849 Zachary Taylor Indian Peace Medal. First Size. Second Reverse. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-27. MS-

1849 Za

700
1849 Zachary Taylor Indian Peace Medal. Second Size. Second Reverse. Bronzed Copper. 62.5 mm. Julian

1849 Za

500
1850 Millard Fillmore Indian Peace Medal. Large Size. Silver. 75.86 mm. 2360.1 grains. Julian IP-30.

1850 Mi

12500
1850 (Post-1861) Millard Fillmore Indian Peace Medal. First Size. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-30. MS-64

1850 (P

900
1853 Franklin Pierce Indian Peace Medal. Large Size. Silver. 76.06 mm. 2304.9 grains. Julian IP-32.

1853 Fr

14500
1857 James Buchanan Indian Peace Medal. Bronzed Copper. 76 mm. Julian IP-36. MS-63 BN (NGC).

1857 Ja

600
1871 Ulysses S. Grant Indian Peace Medal. Bronzed Copper. 64 mm. Julian IP-42. About Uncirculated.

1871 Ul

1000
1885 Grover Cleveland Indian Peace Medal. Bronze. 59.2 mm x 75.4 mm oval. Julian IP-46. Mint State.

1885 Gr

3000
1757 (ca. 1861-1875) King George II Indian Peace Medal. 19th Century Restrike. Bronzed Copper. 45 mm

1757 (c

1250
1783 Royal Society of Edinburgh Members Medal. Silver. Oval 36.8 mm x 29.0 mm. 230.9 grains, 2.2 mm

1783 Ro

7500
1818 Benjamin Franklin Series Numismatica Medal. Bronze. 40 mm. Greenslet GM-2, Fuld FR.M.SE.1. Spec

1818 Be

500
George Washington Inaugural Button. Eagle and Star. Cobb-17, DeWitt-GW 1789-3, for type. Silvered-Co

George

3000
George Washington Inaugural Button. Eagle and Star. Cobb-17, DeWitt GW1789.3c, for type. Copper. Ver

George

750
1789 George Washington Inaugural Button Set. Eagle flanked by G / W, with Liberty Cap above. Cobb-Un

1789 Ge

35000
1841 John Tyler Indian Peace Medal. First Size. Second Reverse. Bronze. 75.7 mm. Julian IP-21. Mint

1841 Jo

650
1841 John Tyler Indian Peace Medal. First Size. Second Reverse. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-21. MS-64 B

1841 Jo

1500
1829 Andrew Jackson Indian Peace Medal. First Size. Second Reverse. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-14. MS-

1829 An

600
1825 John Quincy Adams Indian Peace Medal. First Size. First Reverse. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-11. M

1825 Jo

900
1825昆西·亚当斯印第安和平勋章 近未流通

1825昆西·

20000
1817 James Monroe Indian Peace Medal. Large Size. First Reverse. Bronzed Copper. 76 mm. Julian IP-8.

1817 Ja

1200
1809 James Madison Indian Peace Medal. First Size. First Reverse. Bronze. 76 mm. Julian IP-5. MS-64

1809 Ja

900
Undated (ca. 1764-1783) Carlos III Al Merito Medal. Bronzed Copper. 38.7 mm. 2.7 mm thick. Betts-536

Undated

5000
1907 Great White Fleet Departure Plaque. Bronze. 60.8 mm x 80.1 mm (arched top). Failor & Hayden-532

1907 Gr

500
Snuff Box Commemorating Olive Hazard Perrys Victory over the British in the Battle of Lake Erie.

Snuff B

1300
1854 (1855) Commander Duncan Imgraham / Rescue of Martin Koszta. Original Large Size. Bronzed Copper

1854 (1

750
1854 (1855) Commander Duncan Imgraham / Rescue of Martin Koszta. Original Large Size. Bronzed Copper

1854 (1

1250
1812 Captain Isaac Hull / USS Constitution vs. HMS Guerriere. Bronze. 65 mm. Julian NA-12. MS-65 BN

1812 Ca

1500
1812 Captain Stephen Decatur, Jr. / USS United States vs. HMS Macedonian. Bronzed Copper. 65 mm. Ori

1812 Ca

1000

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拍品描述 1841约翰泰勒印度和平勋章 近未流通

1841 John Tyler Indian Peace Medal. Second Size. Silver. 62.0mm. 101.2 grams. Julian IP-22. 101.2 grams. Holed for suspension, as produced.Glossy, silver-gray surfaces show hints of gold and sky blue in the protected areas, this field worn medal displays underlying prooflike flash that is still quite strong despite its many small surface nicks and bruises. The edge and rims seem to have borne the brunt of field wear, and the medal displays a slight bend, not uncommon for these medals that often got intense use. Only one hundred Tyler medals in this size were called for and struck, though how many actually made it into Indian hands are unknown, as nearly 45% (by weight) of the Tyler medals struck were returned to the Mint to be made into the Indian medals of the next administration, that of James K. Polk. Decades ago, Carl Carlson had tracked only 7 auction appearances, and we have not offered any in this size since the sale of John Ford’s two examples in 2006 and 2007.

This example may be the most interesting second size Tyler in existence, as it had a second life after its use as an Indian Peace Medal. A short silver chain attaches to this medal a small silver Southern Cross shaped hanger expertly engraved R.E. MACOMBER / OF / RICHMOND COMMANDERY / TO / MRS. / ALVIN / ADAMS. The Richmond Commandery was one of the largest Masonic Templar organizations in the south, and in 1875, embarked on a pilgrimage to Bunker Hill in celebration of the centennial of that Revolutionary War battle. The Commandery’s northern excursion is recounted in great detail in the 1875 edition of The New England Freemason, describing the many stops were made during their trip. One of the stop-offs was on the morning of June 19, 1875, when the Sir Knights of the Richmond Commandery paraded through the streets of Boston, stopping at the home of Mr. Alvin Adams, where they were feted and shown around the home, including a display of “interesting relics.” Adams was a prominent Bostonian and founder of Adams and Company, a forerunner of Adams Express, one of the earliest specialists in door to door rail freight service and which persists to this day. R.E. Macomber is listed as one of the Sir Knights on the pilgrimage to Bunker Hill and undoubtedly was at Adams’ home on the morning of the 19th of June. Whether he gave this Indian Peace Medal to Adams’ wife on that morning or sent it later as a gift is today unknown, as is his source for the medal. Was it a purchase in the numismatic marketplace or perhaps a piece he brought back from military service out west? A fascinating medal that has had three lives—one around the neck of a Native American, another in the curio cabinet among the other “interesting relics” of a wealthy Bostonian, and a third in numismatic hands.<p>