1869 Norwalk Memorial Medal. Copper. 38 mm. Musante GW-810, Baker-369A--Reverse Counterstamped C. NO

1869 No

500
Undated Eagle Badge of the Society of the Cincinnati. Gilt Silver and Enamel. 42.6 mm from integral

Undated

1000
1865 French Lincoln Tribute Medal. Bronze. 83 mm. By F. Magniadas. Cunningham 9-010Bz, King-245. MS-

1865 Fr

1000
1909 Lincoln Centennial. Emancipation Proclamation Medal. Lead. 62.5 mm. By J.E. Roine. Similar to C

1909 Li

750
1865 U.S. Mint Presidential Medal. Aluminum. 77 mm. Cunningham 22-240A, King-518, Julian PR-12. Mint

1865 U.

1000
1824 Andrew Jackson Medal. DeWitt-AJACK 1824-5. Brass. Plain Edge. 24 mm. MS-65 (NGC).

1824 An

450
1852 Winfield Scott Medal. DeWitt-WS 1852-7. Copper. 32 mm. MS-64 RB (PCGS).

1852 Wi

500
1852 Winfield Scott Medal. DeWitt-WS 1852-7. Brass. 32 mm. MS-63 (PCGS).

1852 Wi

500
1856 John C. Freemont Medal. DeWitt-JF 1856-1. Bronzed Copper. 61.5 mm. Mint State.

1856 Jo

750
1856 John C. Fremont Medal. DeWitt-JF 1856-12. Copper. 28 mm. MS-63 RB (NGC).

1856 Jo

750
1856 John C. Fremont Medal. DeWitt-JF 1856-12. Brass. 28 mm. MS-64 (NGC).

1856 Jo

450
1860 Abraham Lincoln Medal. Copper. 38 mm. DeWitt-AL 1860-12, Cunningham 1-40C, King-12. MS-63 (NGC)

1860 Ab

500
1860 Abraham Lincoln Medal. DeWitt-AL 1860-38, Cunningham 1-490C, King-35. Copper. 31 mm. MS-64 RB (

1860 Ab

500
1861 Confederate States of America Presidential Election Medal. DeWitt-C 1861-11. Gilt Brass. 31 mm.

1861 Co

500
1864 George McClellan Medal. DeWitt-GMcC 1864-14. Silver. 31 mm. MS-65 (NGC).

1864 Ge

700
Undated (ca. 1860) George and Martha Washington Medalet. Copper. 20.6 mm. Musante GW-265, Baker-208B

Undated

500
1860 U.S. Mint Cabinet Medal. Silver. 60 mm. Musante GW-241, Baker-326, Julian MT-23. Mint State.

1860 U.

1000
1889 Inauguration Centennial Medal. White Metal. 54 mm. Musante GW-187, Baker-691, Douglas 52A. Spec

1889 In

750
Undated (ca. 1847) House of Temperance Medal. White Metal. 39 mm. Musante GW-174, Baker-329B. MS-63

Undated

500
New York--New York. Undated (ca. 1829) C. Wolfe, Clark & Spies Token. Musante GW-118, Baker-588, Rul

New Yor

500
1819 (ca. 1818) Series Numismatica Medal. First Issue. Bronze. 41 mm. Musante GW-98, Baker-132. MS-6

1819 (c

500
1805 Eccleston Medal. Bronze. 75.66 mm. Musante GW-88, Baker-85. Choice About Uncirculated.

1805 Ec

1000
1799 (ca. 1800) Repub. Ameri Medal. Second Obverse. White Metal. 32.71 mm. Musante GW-62, Baker-69A.

1799 (c

900
1797 (ca. 1805) Sansom Medal. Original. Bronze. 40 mm. By John Reich, for Joseph Sansom. Musante GW-

1797 (c

1000
1790 Manly Medal. First Obverse. White Metal. 48 mm. Musante GW-10, Baker-61A. Very Fine, Bent, Dama

1790 Ma

1000
1776 (1845-1860) Washington Before Boston Medal. Third Reverse. Bronze. 68.5 mm. Musante GW-09-P3, B

1776 (1

1000
1776年波士顿奖牌 PCGS SP 61

1776年波士

150000
George Washington Inaugural Button. Eagle and Star. Cobb-17, for type, DeWitt-GW 1789-3, for type. C

George

750
George Washington Inaugural Button. Eagle and Star. Cobb-4, for type, DeWitt-GW 1789-4, for type. Br

George

1500
1777 (1890s) Benjamin Franklin With Spectacles Medallion. Terra Cotta. 91.7 mm, approximately 7.8 mm

1777 (1

2000

Lot:3043  1860 Japanese Embassy Medal. Silvered White Metal. 52 mm. Musante GW-355, Baker-368C, var. MS-62 (PC

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 RMB 500 成交价 RMB 408
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 1860 Japanese Embassy Medal. Silvered White Metal. 52 mm. Musante GW-355, Baker-368C, var. MS-62 (PCGS).A pretty piece, the obverse is vividly toned in a blend of steel gray, antique gold, salmon pink and cobalt blue. The reverse, on the other hand, is untoned apart from mottled charcoal-russet patina around the periphery. Surface texture is overall rough, as made, there being no noteworthy post-production blemishes. This brief history was given in our Steinberg Collection sale:"The Japanese Embassy medal was struck by the Philadelphia firm of Bailey & Company, jewelers. A single gold specimen was made for the head of the delegation, while silver examples were presented to the other Japanese members. From the evidence of Collins:288 and Patterson:188, other medals were struck in bronze and white metal, some of the former being gilt. The significance of these latter is uncertain. The Japanese delegation, which visited President Buchanan on May 17, 1860, presumably took their medals back to Japan with them."Silvered white metal examples are unlisted in both Musante and Baker, confirming the significance of this offering for the advanced Washingtoniana enthusiast.