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1871-Dated Ulysses S. Grant Silver Peace Medal
1871-Dated Ulysses S. Grant Peace Medal, Julian IP-42,
Silver--Obverse Scratched--NGC Details. Unc. 63.5 mm. Holed at
12 o'clock with an attached suspension loop. Many hairlines and old
scratches are evident on both sides of this piece that has
steel-blue toning with areas of light silver. Sharply detailed and
attractive despite the impairments. Donald G. Partrick writes:
"From a US Museum--note acquisition & inventory numbers on
edge--they can be removed easily with zylene. I did not 'cause adds
to numismatic history." Those edge details are hidden in the NGC
Julian IP-42, Unc Details
Ex: John J. Ford, Jr. (8/12/1982); Donald G. Partrick.
Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.
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