1829 Andrew Jackson Indian Peace Medal. Silver. Small Size. 50.7 mm. 789.5 grains. Julian IP-16, Prucha-43. Very Good.Holed for suspension as typical, but without loop. A perfectly choice medal that is well worn yet very attractive. The surfaces are even deep silver-gray tone with just the slightest deepening of the patina close to the rims and outlining the devices. Just a few very minor surface marks are noted, and most of those seem to have received significant wear after impact. The edges show many nicks, which actually manifest as sharp digs rather than rim bruises, though a few bruises are also noted. The Ford cataloger noted with extraordinary understatement that this piece looks like an awarded medal. A prime example, one that no doubt hung around a neck (or several generations of necks, perhaps). Really an ideal representative from this administration that long-served its intended purpose.From the collection of Jochen Zeitz. Earlier from J.D. Ferguson, August 12, 1965 at the CNA Convention in Montreal; our sale of the John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XVIII, May 2007, lot 96; our (Stacks) Americana Sale of January 2009, lot 5106; our ANA sale of August 2012, lot 11136.