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Carl Diem, New York

Civil War (1861–1865)
Die cutter Emil Sigel (active in New York, 1860–1868)


Object Place: New York, New York, United States

Catalogue Raisonné

CWT 630U-1a1

Dimensions

Diameter and weight: 27 mm, 6.93 gm (1 1/16 in., 0.24 oz.)

Accession Number

01.1686

Medium or Technique

Copper?

Not On View

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Tokens and contorniates

Obv: (ornament) CARL DIEM (ornament) / CONSTANZER (curved and enclosed within lines to look like a banner) / BRAUEREI (curved and enclosed within lines to look like a banner) / 565 & 567 / 4TH ST. / NEW YORK (curved), the whole surrounded by a wide plain rim
Rev: An eight-pointed star with a goblet of foaming liquid in the center and an oak leaf in each corner, signed EMIL and SIGEL below the bottom left and bottom right horizontal lines of the star, the whole enclosed by twenty four stars and surrounded by a wide plain rim
Edge: plain

Credit Line

Augustine Shurtleff Collection of Coins