1814 George III Indian Peace Medal. Silver. Large Size. 75.2 mm. 1867.2 grains. Adams 12.1. Choice Extremely Fine.Obv: Older mantled bust of George III to the right, inscription GEORGIUS III DEI GRA BRITANNIARUM REX F.D. around. Rev: The Kings Arms supported by crowned lion and unicorn, date below. Original hanger at 12 oclock. Struck from the usual dies by Thomas Wyon, Jr., whose mark is visible on the Kings truncation. Another lovely example of this desirable English entry into the long tradition of medals struck for presentation to North American indigenous peoples. Fairly bright silver surfaces with just a trace of soft bluish-gray toning in the fields, mostly toward the rims. Very sharp, with no serious marks though there are a few small nicks seen around the rims, and a number of small scratches and marks come into view under magnification. A very pleasing and almost certainly presented medal that likely wasnt worn long before being either swapped for one of the American medals or simply put away after the active conflicts between the Americans and English had been largely put to rest.