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    Letter to Hamilton Medal in Copper
    MS64 Red and Brown, GW-675

    (1864) George Washington Letter to Hamilton Medal, Copper, MS64 Red and Brown NGC. Baker-257A, DeWitt-AW-1864-3, Musante JAB-11, Musante GW-675. Plain edge, 59 mm. A confluence of collector themes fuels demand for the Letter to Hamilton medal. It was issued by popular diesinker J.A. Bolen, it features George Washington, it was issued during the Civil War, and it is listed as an anti-war campaign medal by Edmund B. Sullivan. This is a colorful specimen bathed in ruby-red, lemon-gold, and sky-blue shades. A late striking with an obverse radial crack at 4:30. Well struck and impressive.

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    April, 2021
    22nd-25th Thursday-Sunday
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