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Parsons sale, with photographic plates, part of a consignment from legendary collector Reed Hawn featuring nearly every large-format plated Chapman catalogue Lot 172: an exceptional plated copy of Felt's 1839 Historical Account of Massachusetts Currency Lot 33: the first seven Annual Reports of the Association of Banks for the Suppression of Counterfeiting Lot 252: Lawrence Lande's limited edition works on John Law and his monetary system Lot 310: a unique archive of material relating to the foundation of the Numismatic Literary Guild, including early volumes of the NLG Newsletter The printed catalogue of Sale 152 was mailed to active customers. I would also suggest carefully checking the edge - that unusual "step" to the edge might mean that the heavy outside rim is actually a silver bezel, with the loop attached to that and not to the medal itself, and that could indicate that instead of a struck medal the bezel is holding together two shells. Tony Terranova also wrote in to suggest Wright & Bale, the New York firm of Charles Cushing Wright and James Bale, maker of medals and tokens in the first part of the nineteenth century.
A PDF of the printed catalogue has been posted to our main website at for those who prefer that format. Hard to tell without seeing it or a photo of the edge, but worth looking at! I passed these thoughts on to Jonathan, who copied Medallic Washington author Neil Musante on his response. William Barber's last works were in the 1870s, meaning that this medal would have been kicking around for 40 years before being used in 1915. Also, although I don't have a full catalog of Wright & Bale, the ones I could find of their medals are all smaller than this one (max 45 mm or so).