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2013 Washington's Diplomatic Medal- PCGS Gem Proof DCAM
  • 2013 Washington's Diplomatic Medal- PCGS Gem Proof DCAM

    2013 Washington' Diplomatic Medal 

    - Mint Mark: The Paris Mint

    - .950 Silver Composition (2 ounces)

    - PCGS Graded Gem Proof DCAM

    - Condition: Gem Proof DCAM

    -Mint ID Number 00497 of 10,000 produced

    - Presentation Case and COA Included


    *The medal was designed by the most famous artisan of the day—Augustin Dupre—the man who also designed the Libertas Americana medal for Benjamin Franklin in 1783. Two examples of Washington's medal were struck in gold by the Monnaie de Paris, the Paris Mint. The dies were then sent to the United States, where they mysteriously disappeared. The original Monnaie de Paris dies have never resurfaced, so no more examples of Washington's Diplomatic Medal have ever been struck—until now!

    To celebrate this historic masterpiece, the Monnaie de Paris has officially restruck this 2013 Washington's Diplomatic Medal in two ounces of precious proof silver. It's the first time the mint has struck it in proof condition, but also the first time it's been minted in silver.  


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