LARGE SILVER CANADIAN INDIAN PEACE MEDAL, 1860

obverse: Victoria, bust right, with legend: ‘Victoria Dei Gratia Britanniarum Regina F. D.’; engraved Prince of Wales badge with motto and 1860, truncation signed ‘W. Wyon, R. A,’ reverse: arms of Great Britain with ribbon of the Garter supported by lion and unicorn above banner with motto, Dieu et Mon Droit, 1840, in original leather presentation case, diameter 3" — 7.6 cm., 4.9 oz. — 153 grams

Note:
Struck by The Royal Mint and presented by Albert Edward, H. R. H. Prince of Wales, (later King Edward VII) on his 1860 tour of Canada.

Estimate: $2,000—3,000

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