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    Washington Funeral Urn Medal, AU53
    White Metal, GW-70

    (1800) Washington Funeral Urn, White Metal, AU53 NGC. Baker-166C, Fuld 1-B, Musante GW-70. Plain edge, 29 mm. The Fuld 1-B dies were a workhorse for Jacob Perkins. Among gold and silver Funeral Urn medals, Fuld 1-B survivors are the most available. White metal examples are scarcer than their silver counterparts, and copper pieces are extremely rare. Since these medals were sold for mourners to wear at Washington's civil funeral ceremony in Boston, high-grade examples are practically unknown. This lightly circulated representative is nicer than most. The stone-white surfaces are evenly struck and problem-free. Issued holed, usual for the Funeral Urn medals.
    Ex: Richard Picker; Donald G. Partrick.


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