1763 Treaty of Hubertusburg Medal. Silver. 44.7 mm. By Leonhard Oexlein. Betts-446, Olding-931. MS-64 (PCGS).Exceptional Choice Mint State quality for this popular peace medal from the American colonial era. Both sides are attractively original in dominant mauve-gray patina. Subtle olive highlights are also noted, mostly at the borders, while direct lighting calls forth lovely undertones of cobalt blue and salmon pink. Fully struck with a satiny texture that is exceptionally smooth in an example of this type. As the Seven Years War (1756 to 1763) drew to an end, the Treaty of Paris closed the tensions that defined the American theater of conflict (known in the colonies as the French and Indian War), while the Treaty of Hubertusburg wrapped up loose ends among the European combatants soon thereafter.