1781 (1845-1860) Lieutenant Colonel John E. Howard at Cowpens Medal. Paris Mint Restrike from Origin

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1781 (1845-1860) Lieutenant Colonel John E. Howard at Cowpens Medal. Paris Mint Restrike from Origin

1781 (1

500
1781 Lieutenant Colonel John E. Howard at Cowpens Medal. Original Dies. Bronze. 46 mm. Betts-595, Ju

1781 Li

400
1814 Major General Edmund P. Gaines at the Siege of Fort Erie.  Bronze. 65 mm. Julian MI-13. Mint St

1814 Ma

600
1814 Major General Peter B. Porter Medal. Bronze. 65 mm. Julian MI-18. Mint State.

1814 Ma

600
1814 Major General Peter B. Porter Medal. White Metal. 65 mm. Julian MI-18. About Uncirculated.

1814 Ma

1250
1814 Brigadier General Eleazer W. Ripley Medal Muling. Bronze. 65 mm. Julian MI-19 / MI-18. Mint Sta

1814 Br

1250
1865 New York State Volunteers Medal. Bronzed Copper. 37.4 mm. Julian MI-32, Vernon US-475. About Un

1865 Ne

1000
Undated Palmetto Regiment Medal. Copper. 48.3 mm, 2.6 to 2.9 mm thick at rims. Choice Mint State.

Undated

2000
Undated New Orleans Mint Liberty Seated half dollar fashioned into a medal commemorating Zachary Tay

Undated

750
Undated (ca. 1812) George III Indian Peace Medal. Large Size. Solid Silver. 77 mm. 1353.7 grains. Ad

Undated

7000
1829 Andrew Jackson Indian Peace Medal. Small Size. Silver. 51 mm. Approximately 744.0 grains. Julia

1829 An

3000
1837 Martin Van Buren Indian Peace Medal. Large Size. Silver. 76 mm. 2083.9 grains.  Julian IP-17. V

1837 Ma

7500
1862 Abraham Lincoln Indian Peace Medal. Second Size. Silver. 62 mm. Approximately 1400 grains. Obve

1862 Ab

15000
1777 B. Franklin American Medallion. Terra Cotta. 114.3 mm. 166.2 grams. By Jean-Baptist Nini. Margo

1777 B.

900
1781 (1845-1860) Lieutenant Colonel William Washington at Cowpens Medal. Paris Mint Restrike from Or

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750
1781 (1845-1860) Lieutenant Colonel William Washington at Cowpens Medal. Paris Mint Restrike from Or

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1000
1779 (1880-1901) Captain John Paul Jones / Bonhomme Richard vs. Serapis Medal. Paris Mint Restrike f

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750
1779 Captain John Paul Jones / Bonhomme Richard vs. Serapis Medal. Paris Mint Restrike from Original

1779 Ca

500
1779 (1845-1860) Captain John Paul Jones / Bonhomme Richard vs. Serapis Medal. Paris Mint Restrike f

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1200
1892 Columbian Exposition Badge for an Official Representative from Philadelphia. Gold. 32 mm x 43 m

1892 Co

750
1739 Admiral Vernon Medal. Porto Bello Medals with Vernons Portrait Alone. Copper. 27 mm. Adams-Chao

1739 Ad

500
1782 Frisian Recognition of American Independence Medal. Silver. 44 mm. 30.14 grams. Betts-602. Spec

1782 Fr

1000
1781 Battle of Doggersbank Medal. Silver. 44.6 mm. Betts-589. Choice About Uncirculated.

1781 Ba

1000
1642 (ca. 1827) Tristram Coffin Medal. Bronze. 54.23 mm. 78.2 grams. Betts-533, Storer-1892. Extreme

1642 (c

500
1670 British Colonization Medal. Silver. 42 mm. 34.31 grams. By Roettier. Betts-44, Eimer-245, Rulau

1670 Br

1000

Lot:3012  1781 Lieutenant Colonel William Washington at Cowpens Medal. Paris Mint Restrike. Silver. 46 mm. Bet

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 RMB 1000 成交价 RMB 600
拍卖专场 SBP2019年5月巴尔地摩#4-美国钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-05-24 23:00:00 结标日期 2019-05-25 03:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1781 Lieutenant Colonel William Washington at Cowpens Medal. Paris Mint Restrike. Silver. 46 mm. Betts-594, Julian MI-8, Adams-Bentley 11. MS-63 (PCGS).Handsome sandblast surfaces are bathed in rich antique silver patina. The strike is sharp, and the surfaces are smooth enough to support a higher Choice grade were it not for a faint, circular spot in the obverse field before Washingtons head. The edge of the piece is marked SILVER, as opposed to ARGENT, which suggests a somewhat later Paris Mint restrike, although not a modern one. Adams and Bentley (2007) reports a silver Paris Mint restrike with a reverse die break from 11 to 1 oclock that dates to the 1860 to 1880 era, the latest state known to them. As far as we can tell through the PCGS holder, the present example does not appear to display this break.The William Washington medal was a very popular one among medal collectors of the 19th century, "possibly because of his family name and the rage for Washingtoniana," according to Julian, and restrikes were always in demand. Silver restrikes from the original dies are quite scarce though, there being none in Kessler-Spangenberger, among other sales. For those who seek a truly beautiful impression from the original dies, this example is unlikely to be surpassed.Collector tag with attribution notation included.