U.S. Mint Medal No. 401 General George Washington Before Boston 2 5/8" Bronze

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U.S. Mint Medal No. 401 General George Washington Before Boston 2 5/8" Bronze

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This medal was struck by the U.S. Mint to honor Revolutionary War General George Washington for successfully driving the British Army from Boston in March, 1776.  

This medal was originally struck by the Paris Mint in 1790 and by the U.S. Mint in 1840.  

This is the modern US Mint re-strike, which has not been available from the Mint since the 1970s.  Struck in bronze, it is 2 5/8” in diameter.  

It has some minor speckling and discoloration.

Click here to read a brief history of U.S. Mint Medals.

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