DescriptionBetts-95 variant. 1702 Vigo Bay. Bronze. VF+. 25.7 mm, 5.1 gm. Large and crude draped Queen Anne bust r. without signature below. Reverse presents a crude aerial view of Vigo harbor. This medal is a Nuremberg counter copied from jetons by Lazarus Gottlieb Laufer, on a thin and wavy planchet. Examples of these Nuremberg pieces offered in Ford Part XIII all brought substantial realizations from $575 to $650.
Ex: Ted Craige.
From The John W. Adams Collection.
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