Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals

To be Sold on: 20th & 21st February 2019

Estimate: £15,000 - £18,000

Sold for: £11,000

USA, Libertas Americana, 1781, a bronze medal by A. Dupré, bust of Liberty left with flowing hair, liberty cap on staff behind, rev. Minerva representing France, repelling attack of British lion, infant Hercules below strangling serpent in each hand, 47mm (Betts 615; BDM I, 647). A few minor marks otherwise extremely fine, very rare [slabbed PCGS MS 62 BN] £15,000-£18,000

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USA, Libertas Americana, 1781, a bronze medal by A. Dupré, bust of Liberty left with flowing hair, liberty cap on staff behind, rev. Minerva representing France, repelling attack of British lion, infant Hercules below strangling serpent in each hand, 47mm (Betts 615; BDM I, 647). A few minor marks otherwise extremely fine, very rare [slabbed PCGS MS 62 BN] £15,000-£18,000





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