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    Rare Restrike Washington Success Medal MS62 PCGS

    Undated MEDAL Washington Success Medal, Large Size, Plain Edge MS62 PCGS. Baker-266B. From a different obverse die than the usually encountered Baker-265. Rulau speculates that the Baker-266 series is a circa 1860 restrike. The alloy has the appearance of copper rather than brass, but the Rulau revision of Baker lists only one Plain Edge Baker-266 variant, 266B in brass. This unabraded example has an above average strike in the centers, and ample mint red color is present, particularly on the reverse. The obverse field and portrait have acquired deep golden-brown toning. Listed on page 80 of the 2006 Guide Book.
    From The Oak Collection of American Colonial Coinage.(#779) (NGC ID# 2VZ5, PCGS# 779)


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