Circa 1805 Peace of 1783 medal. Musante GW-92, Baker-58A, Julian CM-5. Copper, Bronzed. SP-65 (PCGS)

Circa 1

3500
Circa 1805 Peace of 1783 medal. Musante GW-92, Baker-58A, Julian CM-5. Copper, Bronzed. SP-65 (PCGS)

Circa 1

2500
Circa 1807 American Beaver medal. Musante GW-93, Baker-54A, Julian CM-4. Copper, Bronzed. SP-63 (PCG

Circa 1

5000
1808 Washington Benevolent Society medal. Musante GW-94, Baker-327, Julian RF-23. Silver. AU-55 (PCG

1808 Wa

1200
Circa 1817 Washington Roman Bust medal. Silver shell. Uniface. Musante GW-95, Baker-173, Neuzil-41.

Circa 1

10000
Circa 1819 Series Numismatica medal by Vivier. WASHINGTON. Musante GW-98, Baker-132. Bronze. SP-65 (

Circa 1

500
Circa 1830 Series Numismatica medal by Vivier. WASINGTON. Musante GW-100, Baker-131. Bronze. Plain e

Circa 1

400
Circa 1845-1860 Series Numismatica medal by John R. Bacon. Musante GW-101, Baker-130. Copper, Bronze

Circa 1

750
Circa 1860 Washington and Independence reissue. Musante GW-107, Baker-3F. Silver. Plain edge MS-64 (

Circa 1

2000
1824 Lafayette Visit medalet by Joseph Lewis. Musante GW-112, Baker-198A. Silver. AU-55 (PCGS).

1824 La

3000
1824 Lafayette Visit medalet by Joseph Lewis. Musante GW-112, Baker-198A. Silver. EF-40 (PCGS).

1824 La

850
1824 Lafayette Visit medalet dies by Joseph Lewis struck over an 1820 cent. Musante GW-112-C3, Baker

1824 La

1500
Circa 1829 C. Wolfe, Clark & Spies token. Musante GW-118, Baker-588, Rulau-E NY 958. Brass, Silvered

Circa 1

600
Circa 1829 C. Wolfe, Spies & Clark token. Musante GW-119, Baker-590, Rulau-E NY 959. Brass. Plain Ed

Circa 1

500
Circa 1830 C. Wolfe, Spies & Clark token. Musante GW-120, Baker-589, Rulau-E NY 962A. Brass. Reeded

Circa 1

400
Circa 1805 Peace of 1783 medal. Musante GW-92, Baker-58, Julian CM-5. Silver. SP-62 (PCGS).

Circa 1

12000
1805 Eccleston medal. With Eccleston’s secret marks. Musante GW-88, Baker-85. Copper, Bronzed. SP-64

1805 Ec

1500
1805 Eccleston medal. Musante GW-88, Baker-85. Bronze. SP-63 BN (PCGS).

1805 Ec

1500
Circa 1803 Fame medal electrotype obverse. Musante GW-87, var., Baker-84, var. Copper Shell on White

Circa 1

300
1803 Washington Fame medal. Musante GW-87, Baker-84. Copper, Bronzed. SP-62 (PCGS).

1803 Wa

4000
1798 Resumed Command medal by Thomas Wyon. Unlisted Muling of Musante’s GW-85 Obverse and GW-86 Reve

1798 Re

1500
Circa 1832 Stuart Portrait medal. Musante GW-84, Baker-129. White Metal. MS-63 (PCGS).

Circa 1

1800
Circa 1800 Westwood medal. Second reverse. Musante GW-83, Baker-80. White Metal. MS-61 (PCGS).

Circa 1

1800
Circa 1800 Westwood medal. Second reverse. Musante GW-83, Baker-80B. Copper, Fire Gilt. MS-63 (PCGS)

Circa 1

2800
Circa 1800 Westwood medal. Second reverse. Musante GW-83, Baker-80A. Copper, Bronzed. MS-64 (PCGS).

Circa 1

2000
Circa 1800 Westwood medal. First reverse. Musante GW-82, Baker-81. Copper, Bronzed. MS-64+ (PCGS).

Circa 1

2000
1800 Hero of Freedom medal. Musante GW-81, Baker-79C. Copper, Fire Gilt. MS-61 (PCGS).

1800 He

1700
1800 Hero of Freedom medal. Musante GW-81, Baker-79C. Copper, Fire Gilt. MS-61 (PCGS).

1800 He

2000
1800 Hero of Freedom medal. Musante GW-81, Baker-79B. Copper. MS-63 BN (PCGS).

1800 He

2000

Lot:20079  1783年和平勋章Peace of 1783 medal PCGS SP 64

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PCGS SP64
拍品估价 USD 30000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2019年11月巴尔地摩#A-Washingtoniana集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-11-16 22:00:00 结标日期 2019-11-17 02:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 Circa 1805 Peace of 1783 medal. Musante GW-92, Baker-58, Julian CM-5. Silver. SP-64 (PCGS).40.4 mm. 449.3 grains. Another silver example of this fabulous medal featuring a slightly later impression from reworked dies, and in considerably finer condition. The obverse is attractive medium gray with slight mottling and accents of soft blue and golden brown that come to life under magnification. The fields are deeply reflective and nicely accentuate the frosty devices. The rims are sharp to the touch, such is the preservation. The reverse is lighter, but displays the same bold reflectivity in the fields and more intense blue and golden brown toning in addition to highlights of deep gold and rose. Only trivial handling is noted in the fragile fields and there are no marks worthy of specific mention. This specimen has all of the aesthetic quality one could hope for on a silver medal of this vintage that has spent a century in a cabinet.

As noted in our earlier descriptions for Joseph Sansom’s Presidency Relinquished and C.C.A.U.S. medals, this is the fourth and final entry in his series celebrating the History of the Revolution, the title he himself used on the case that held the three medals of the series he retained for himself (a set that we have had the pleasure of selling at auction <em>intact</em> more than once). The C.C.A.U.S. medal was the first of the four, followed by the Presidency Relinquished medal, the Franklin/American Beaver medal, and finally, this one. They are immensely historic, engraved by the talented John Reich, extremely rare in silver, and rightfully prized by collectors to this day. This example is truly a pleasure to study and is probably among the finest, being much nicer than that in Sansom’s set. It would make a fine centerpiece for most collections of early American medals.Ex William Spohn Baker Collection, to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania by bequest, November 15, 1897.