1631 Dutch New World Victories
Betts-33. 1631 Dutch New World Victories. Silver. Fine. 50.0
mm, 2.9 mm thick, 46.7 gm. Medal turn. Lace-collar armored bust of
Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange facing right. Reverse shows Dutch
lion overthrowing one of the Pillars of Hercules, a favorite
Spanish imperial symbol, extending Dutch boundaries beyond Europe
and preparing to strike the second pillar next; splendid symbolism
of Dutch defiance of Spain's New World might. Reflective fields
show pale gold toning, hairlines and minute contact marks on both
Betts-33, Silver Medal
Ex: Jacques Schulman.
From The John W. Adams Collection.
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