Earl of St. Vincent's Medal

SKU: 02.GBR.0156.101.01

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  • Earl St. Vincent's Medal Obverse
  • Earl St. Vincent's Medal Reverse

Attributes

  • country
    Great Britain
  • date of institution
    1800
  • makers
    Soho Mint, Birmingham
  • remarks
    This medal was engraved by Conrad Heinrich K├╝chler. The price presented here is for an unnamed and unattributed medal, although the value is expected to be up to two times higher for medals that are either named or attributable through provenance.

History


The Earl of St. Vincent's Medal is a privately struck medal that was presented by Earl St. Vincent in 1800. It was conferred in recognition of the loyalty of the Officers and men of his flagship, Ville De Paris, displayed by not taking part in the mutiny of the Nore in 1979. The Silver Medal was awarded to Petty Officers and below.

Medals that are engraved and named are worth at least twice as much as unnamed specimens.

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  • Price

    $950+ USD

  • Composition

    Silver

  • Inscription

    Obv: EARL ST. VINCENT'S TESTIMONY OF APPROBATION 1800 Rev: LOYAL AND TRUE

  • Size

    47.5mm

  • Maker

    Soho Mint, Birmingham

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