USA 1859 James Ross Snowden Mint Medal, an impressive piece, 79mm di : A146 L1915 : Auction Prices
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Medals : Auction 146 : Lot 1915

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 146
Medals Lot
1915
1859 James Ross Snowden Mint Medal, an impressive piece, 79mm diameter in Bronze with plain edge, by Anthony C. Paquet. Obverse: facing bust with legend, Presented to James Ross Snowden, Director Of The Mint, By His Personal Friends, As A Mark Of Regard For Him As An Officer, And Their Esteem For Him As A Citizen, in concentric lines. Paquet F. on the truncation and the date of 1859 below the bust. Reverse: Mint Building :- The Mint Of The United States Of . In exergue: Built 1832, Rendered Fire 1856. This is an extremely popular medal featuring Mint Director Snowden on the obverse, and an exceptional depiction of the second Philadelphia Mint building on the reverse, A/UNC and nicely tone with a few small spots
£120
USA 1859 James Ross Snowden Mint Medal, an impressive piece, 79mm diameter in Bronze with plain edge, by Anthony C. Paquet. Obverse: facing bust with legend, Presented to James Ross Snowden, Director Of The Mint, By His Personal Friends, As A Mark Of Regard For Him As An Officer, And Their Esteem For Him As A Citizen, in concentric lines. Paquet F. on the truncation and the date of 1859 below the bust. Reverse: United States Mint Building :- The Mint Of The United States Of America Philadelphia. In exergue: Built 1832, Rendered Fire Proof 1856. This is an extremely popular medal featuring Mint Director Snowden on the obverse, and an exceptional depiction of the second Philadelphia Mint building on the reverse, A/UNC and nicely tone with a few small spots : Medals : Auction 146 : Lot 1915
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USA 1859 James Ross Snowden Mint Medal, an impressive piece, 79mm diameter in Bronze with plain edge, by Anthony C. Paquet. Obverse: facing bust with legend, Presented to James Ross Snowden, Director Of The Mint, By His Personal Friends, As A Mark Of Regard For Him As An Officer, And Their Esteem For Him As A Citizen, in concentric lines. Paquet F. on the truncation and the date of 1859 below the bust. Reverse: United States Mint Building :- The Mint Of The United States Of America Philadelphia. In exergue: Built 1832, Rendered Fire Proof 1856. This is an extremely popular medal featuring Mint Director Snowden on the obverse, and an exceptional depiction of the second Philadelphia Mint building on the reverse, A/UNC and nicely tone with a few small spots : Medals : Auction 146 : Lot 1915
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