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Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio   |   The August 2018 ANA Auction   |   22 August 2018 Sort by Lot-NumberSort by Estimate
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Session 2, Lot 29





Estimate: 200 USD   |   Starting price: 1 USD Price realized: 45 USD
Naval Medals


"1813" (early 20th Century) Lieutenant William Burrows Medal. Silvered Bronze. 65.2 mm. 152.5 grams. By Moritz Furst. Julian NA-7, Neuzil-27. About Uncirculated.
Satiny light silver gray with slightly deeper toning in the recesses. An interesting example made with a heavy silver plate over copper, the only evidence of this being slight breaks in the heavy silver at the highest points of the reverse. The finish suggests an early 20th century vintage. Minimal handling and good eye appeal. According to Julian, the original dies were in use until at least 1885, though this piece is from copy dies.

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