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Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XVI: Indian Peace Medals, 1680 - 1890 French and Spanish Indian Medal Types
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Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
1 France. Louis XIV. Felicitas Domus Augustae, 1693 EF $1,300.00
France. Louis XIV. Felicitas Domus Augustae, 1693. Obverse signed I.DOLLIN.F. Betts 75 (types and...
Obverse signed I.DOLLIN.F. Betts 75 (types and layout of the largest size). Silver. 35.2mm. 245.8 gns. Rims 1.8 - 2.0mm thick. Bust right of Louis XIV; bust left of the dauphin above accollated busts of his three children. Looped at the top for wearing, probably remounted but the older type, round with point at apex. Edge plain, filed at top. Extremely Fine. Pale silver gray with light gold around...  more
2 France. Louis XIV. Felicitas Domus Augustae, 1693 AB EF $1,200.00
France. Louis XIV. Felicitas Domus Augustae, 1693. Obverse signed TB in ligature (T.Bernard). Betts...
Obverse signed TB in ligature (T.Bernard). Betts 75 (types and layout of the largest size). Silver. 41.2mm. 607.1 gns. Rims 2.7 - 3.3mm thick. Bust right of Louis XIV; bust left of the dauphin above accollated busts of his three children. Looped at the top for wearing, possibly remounted, older style loop with point at apex. Plain edge. About Extremely Fine. Deep silver gray toning. Very rare in...  more
3 France. Louis XIV. Honos et Virtus, n.d AU $550.00
France. Louis XIV. Honos et Virtus, n.d. Reverse signed W. Betts 160. Copper. 56.0mm. 1,146.2 gns....
Reverse signed W. Betts 160. Copper. 56.0mm. 1,146.2 gns. Rims 3.5 - 3.7mm thick. Paris Mint edge type with cornucopia and CUIVRE (i.e., struck 1880 and after). Bust right of Louis XIV; personifications of military strength and honor shaking hands. About Uncirculated. Good deep mahogany color. Rare even in restrike copper form. Compare Stahl 2-4 (ANS COAC 1991) for the original designs for this type,...  more
4 France. Louis Philippe. Donative medal, 1845 CH EF $2,800.00
France. Louis Philippe. Donative medal, 1845. Obverse signed VATINELLE. Silver. 45.7mm. 747.6 gns....
Obverse signed VATINELLE. Silver. 45.7mm. 747.6 gns. Rims 3.0 - 3.4mm thick. Paris Mint edge with pointing hand and ARGENT (June 1845 to October 1860). Bust left of the king; wreath within which neatly engraved DONNE Par Le ROI A Ke-che-us-sin. 1845. Choice Extremely Fine. Deeply toned. Neatly holed. Extremely rare as a donative type (there were certainly others), unique to this recipient....  more
5 Spanish Mexico. Charles IV. Al Merito y Fidelidad, 1806 CH EF $1,000.00
Spanish Mexico. Charles IV. Al Merito y Fidelidad, 1806. Obverse signed F.GORDILLO.F.Mo.Ao.1806. Grove...
Obverse signed F.GORDILLO.F.Mo.Ao.1806. Grove C-283. Struck at the Mexico City Mint. Bronze. 60.5mm. 1.316.4 gns. Bust of Carlos IV right; inscription within palm and laurel wreath. Choice Extremely Fine. Edge filed anciently. Rims ragged in places as also seen on the Groves plate specimen. The Al Merito medal type that seems to have been given to Native Americans in the southwest and...  more
Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XVI: Indian Peace Medals, 1680 - 1890 British Indian Medal Types Charles II
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
6 Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?] AU $1,200.00
Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?]. Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22 (Les medailles...
Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22 (Les medailles décernées aux Indiens, Ottawa, 1916), Medallic Illustrations 277. Silver. 53.7mm. 1,006.0 gns. Bust right; grand Arms and supporters. About Uncirculated. Deeply toned, the reverse in gunmetal gray. Prooflike. From the same dies as all six of these in the Ford Collection. There appears to be no documentary evidence...  more
7 Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?] AU $1,300.00
Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?]. Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277....
Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277. Silver. 53.8mm. 904.5 gns. Bust right; grand Arms and supporters. About Uncirculated. Light silver and gold toning. Prooflike. From the same dies as all six of these in the Ford Collection.
8 Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?] CH EF $1,500.00
Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?]. Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277....
Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277. Silver. 53.4mm. 1,068.9 gns. Bust right; grand Arms and supporters. Choice Extremely Fine. Prooflike. Polished. Probably once in a bezel mount. From the same dies as all six of these in the Ford Collection.
9 Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?] EF $800.00
Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?]. Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277....
Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277. Silver. 53.4mm. 1,000.9 gns. Bust right; grand Arms and supporters. Extremely Fine. Prooflike. Holed at the top, plugged. Lightly polished. With worn round black leather clad case, brass hinge, two hook and eye clasps (one broken), the whole warped, apparently contemporary. From the same dies as all six of these in the Ford Collection.
10 Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?] EF $1,300.00
Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?]. Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277....
Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277. Bronze, gilt. 53.8mm. 848.1 gns. Bust right; grand Arms and supporters. Extremely Fine. Gilding mostly intact. Edge scraped, test custs there. Once mounted at the top of the obverse. Some handling marks. From the same dies as all six of these in the Ford Collection.
11 Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?] EF $800.00
Charles II. The Royal Medal, n.d. [1683?]. Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277....
Obverse signed R (John Roettier). Morin 8, p. 22, MI.277. Bronze, gilt. 53.8mm. 852.7 gns. Bust right; grand Arms and supporters. Extremely Fine. Gilding worn on the high points. Once mounted at the top of obverse. From the same dies as all six of these in the Ford Collection.
Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XVI: Indian Peace Medals, 1680 - 1890 British Indian Medal Types William and Mary
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
12 William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689 F to VF $725.00
William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689. Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.9mm. 260.3 gns. 2.0mm thick...
Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.9mm. 260.3 gns. 2.0mm thick at center. Busts right (Obverse 1: leaves point to base of A; MARIA narrow; break from rim to left side second A to curls); Jupiter thundering at Phaeton (Reverse A: 9 in 1689 under first 1 in 11 AP; GVR wide). Fine to Very Fine. Neatly holed. The portrait of Cherokee leader Cunne Shote, painted in London in 1762 and now in the...  more
13 William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689 F to VF $650.00
William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689. Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.2mm. 253.8 gns. 2.0mm thick...
Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.2mm. 253.8 gns. 2.0mm thick at center. Busts right (Obverse 2: leaves point to M and space between MA; MARIA wide); Jupiter thundering at Phaeton (Reverse B: '9' in 1689 under stop between 'T' and '11'). Fine to Very Fine. Nicely toned. Not holed. These seem to come on thick or thin flans.
14 William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689 F $400.00
William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689. Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.3mm. 247.3 gns. 2.0mm thick...
Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.3mm. 247.3 gns. 2.0mm thick at center. Busts right (Obverse 1); Jupiter thundering at Phaeton (Reverse A). Fine. Not holed.
15 William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689 F $300.00
William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689. Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.5mm. 262.7 gns. 2.0mm thick...
Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 35.5mm. 262.7 gns. 2.0mm thick at center. Busts right (Obverse 1); Jupiter thundering at Phaeton (Reverse A). Fine. Lightly buffed. Not holed.
16 William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689 VG to F $225.00
William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689. Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 33.9mm. 151.8 gns. 1.3mm thick...
Unsigned. MI.25. Silver. 33.9mm. 151.8 gns. 1.3mm thick at center. Busts right (Obverse 3: leaves point to bases of A and R); Jupiter thundering at Phaeton (Reverse C: '9' in 1689 under first '1'; GVR narrow). Very Good to Fine. Not holed.
17 William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689 VF $300.00
William and Mary. Coronation medal, 1689. Unsigned. MI.25. Silver, gilt. 35.7mm. 131.5 gns. 1.3mm...
Unsigned. MI.25. Silver, gilt. 35.7mm. 131.5 gns. 1.3mm thick at center. Busts right (Obverse 3); Jupiter thundering at Phaeton (Reverse C). Very Fine, cleaned with reverse hits. Not holed.
Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XVI: Indian Peace Medals, 1680 - 1890 British Indian Medal Types Anne
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
18 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 AU $325.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.5mm. 240.4 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.5mm. 240.4 gns. Bust left (Obverse 1: AN touch); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse A: second V repunched; acorn points to right side of L; breaks from rim at top). Not holed. About Uncirculated. Semi-prooflike. Dark toning. Edge anciently filed. The portrait of Cherokee leader Cunne Shote, painted in London in 1762 and now in...  more
19 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 AU $525.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 36.0mm. 245.0 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 36.0mm. 245.0 gns. Bust left (Obverse 2: ANN touch); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse B: second V perfect; acorn centered under L; no breaks from rim at top). Not holed. About Uncirculated. Prooflike. Nicely toned. Edge flawed and anciently filed.
20 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 EF $350.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.2mm. 235.0 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.2mm. 235.0 gns. Bust left (Obverse 1); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse C: no acorn L). Not holed. Nice Extremely Fine. Attractively toned. Edge anciently filed.
21 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 AB EF $325.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.1mm. 242.8 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.1mm. 242.8 gns. Bust left (Obverse 1); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse D: acorn points to space between SH). Not holed. About Extremely Fine. Nicely toned. Edge flawed and anciently filed.
22 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 CH VF / EF $300.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.7mm. 239.0 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.7mm. 239.0 gns. Bust left (Obverse 3: AN do not touch); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse B). Not holed. Choice Very Fine/Extremely Fine. Toned. Edge lightly filed, '16' or '76' anciently scratched thereon.
23 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 VF $225.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.4mm. 232.7 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.4mm. 232.7 gns. Bust left (Obverse 1); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse D). Not holed. Very Fine. Toned. Probably once in a bezel mount. Edge rough, seemingly not filed.
24 Anne. Accession medal, 1702 VF $500.00
Anne. Accession medal, 1702. Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.5mm. 243.1 gns. Bust left (Obverse...
Unsigned [John Croker]. MI.1. Silver. 35.5mm. 243.1 gns. Bust left (Obverse 1); crowned heart within its English branches (Reverse D). Not holed. Very Fine. Scratched. Edge lightly filed.
25 Anne. Jeton, n.d VG $210.00
Anne. Jeton, n.d. Unsigned. MI.285 (for type). Brass. 24.2mm. 75.7 gns. Bust left; Anne reveals an...
Unsigned. MI.285 (for type). Brass. 24.2mm. 75.7 gns. Bust left; Anne reveals an ankle to Louis XIV. Very Good. A political token and not an Indian medal.
Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, Part XVI: Indian Peace Medals, 1680 - 1890 British Indian Medal Types George I
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
26 George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27) F to VF $5,500.00
George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27). Obverse signed TC. Quarcoopome III-F, Jamieson 2 (for types)....
Obverse signed TC. Quarcoopome III-F, Jamieson 2 (for types). Brass. 41.1mm. 260.1 gns. Bust right; archer at foot of hill drawing his bow against a stag beneath a tree atop the hill, sun resplendent above. Original loop, broken open. Fine to Very Fine. Good, rich brassy brown in color. Types a bit worn but fully present, obverse legend completely legible. No rim breaks or cracks. A...  more
27 George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27) F to VF $3,500.00
George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27). Obverse signed TC. Quar.III-F, Jamieson 2 (for types)....
Obverse signed TC. Quar.III-F, Jamieson 2 (for types). Brass. 41.0mm. 291.0 gns. Bust right; archer at foot of hill drawing his bow against a stag beneath a tree atop the hill, sun resplendent above. Loop broken away, edge break there. Fine to Very Fine. Deep brown obverse, lighter reverse color. Some obverse corrosion but type and legend bold. Reverse softer as expected, some pitting...  more
28 George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27) AG to G $1,200.00
George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27). Obverse signed TC (but illegible). Quar.III-F, Jamieson...
Obverse signed TC (but illegible). Quar.III-F, Jamieson 2 (for types). Brass. 39.7mm. 277.0 gns. Bust right; archer at foot of hill drawing his bow against a stag beneath a tree atop the hill, sun resplendent above. Probably never looped. About Good to Good. Flan broken away at bottom edge, bright brassy brown, surfaces quite rough and corroded, types and legend partially visible, lacquered,...  more
29 George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27) VF $3,750.00
George I Indian Medal, n.d. (ca. 1714-27). Obverse signed TC. Quar.II-C, Jamieson 2 (for types). Brass....
Obverse signed TC. Quar.II-C, Jamieson 2 (for types). Brass. 40.2mm. 378.0 gns. Rims 2.1 - 2.2mm thick. Bust right; archer at foot of hill drawing his bow against a small stag beneath a tree atop the hill, sun resplendent above. Loop broken away, edge filed there. Very Fine. Deep brown obverse, lighter reverse color. Minor obverse pitting. Reverse much sharper than expected. Atypically...  more
30 Archer's token, 1719 VG $175.00
Archer's token, 1719. Unsigned. White metal. 28.4mm. 100.8 gns. Standing male archer; crude 1719....
Unsigned. White metal. 28.4mm. 100.8 gns. Standing male archer; crude 1719. Very Good. Unknown maker or purpose. Mr. Ford liked to think this might have been an Indian medal of the reign.
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