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Guanabacoa, Cuba, silver proclamation medal, Isabel II, 1834, NGC MS 62, finest known in NGC census.

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Guanabacoa, Cuba, silver proclamation medal, Isabel II, 1834, NGC MS 62, finest known in NGC census.
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Guanabacoa, Cuba, silver proclamation medal, Isabel II, 1834, NGC MS 62, finest known in NGC census. Herrera-41; Medina-412; Fonrobert-7737. According to his Medal in America, Alan Stahl writes "Cuba... had been previously normal in its production, but produced no medals for the proclamation of Ferdinand VII in 1808. The outpouring of medals on the island in 1834 can be seen as a reaction to the independence of the continental viceroyalties." Obverse: crowned shield of Spain, 1834 date below, .ISABEL II. D.G. REINA DE LA ESPANAS. encircling; reverse: crowned seal of Guanabacoa flanked by 30 de / Marzo., with GUANABACOA below, legend .ANTONIO SANTALLA DE ELIAS. Bright obverse with significant luster, red/orange toning around rims, reverse with dark toning over muted luster. NGC #4499435-010.