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(1852) Winfield Scott Campaign Token WS-1852-12 NGC MS64RB ex. Ford SOLD
(1852) Winfield Scott Campaign Token WS-1852-12 NGC MS64RB ex. Ford
General Winfield Scott was the longest serving generals in American history. Serving from the War of 1812 through the Civil War and serving under all Presidents from Thomas Jefferson to Abraham Lincoln. In 1852, General Winfield Scott was the presidential nominee of the Whig Party and was ultimately defeated by Franklin Pierce. Here is an (1852) Winfield Scott Campaign Token that has been graded MS64RB by NGC and is encapsulated in one of the newer-style edge-view holders. This piece is struck in copper and is cataloged as DeWitt-WS-1852-12 as indicated on the label. This piece is also from the famous John J. Ford Collection as referenced on the label. The medal retains a great deal of bright red copper color and is slightly prooflike in appearance. There is minimal spotting and just a few light marks of note. The obverse features the profile of Scott and the reverse is a detailed image of Scott being wounded during the Battle of Lundy’s Lane during the War of 1812. An excellent example of a Winfield Scott presidential campaign medal.
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Paper Envelope Image (Full Size)
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