1783 Georgivs Triumpho Token. Musante GW-54, Baker-7, W-10100. Extremely Fine, Cleaned. 138.5 grains. Medium brown with smooth surfaces and good eye appeal despite an area of hairlines and thin patina behind the portrait. Scattered marks are present, and the reverse shows a couple of areas of darker toning at the exergue. Middle to late die state with a vertical crack through the reverse figure, but the dies have not yet fatigued so much that details are affected. A handsome piece with a fine provenance. One of the great "story coins" of early American numismatics. Over a long period of years many articles have been written about this token and certain of the enigmatic aspects of the designs. From the Q. David Bowers Collection. Earlier from our (Stacks) sale of the Numismatic Properties of the Essex Institute, February 1975, lot 67; our sale of the Archangel Collection of Colonial Coins and 1792 Coinage, October 2018 Baltimore Auction, lot 7119. Lot tags, collector tag and PCGS insert #35781412 with a grade of EF Details--Cleaned for this coin included.