1773 St. Vincent's Medal, XF
Betts-529. 1773 St. Vincent's Medal. Bronze. XF. 54.9 mm,
58.8 gm. G.M. Moser is engraved on the truncation on the obverse.
Georg Michael Moser (1706-1783) was Swiss and later lived in Paris
and London. He worked as a goldsmith, gem-engraver, enameller, and
medallist among other roles. An attractively designed medal, this
piece commemorates the suppression of the St. Vincent rebellion,
completed on February 20, 1773 by Major General William Dalrymple.
Shades of light brown, red-orange, gold, and golden-brown are among
the colors present on this piece displaying only minuscule marks
and traces of residue. Portions of the rim reveal pitting.
Ex: Glendining (6/1987), lot 35.
From The John W. Adams Collection.
Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.
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