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Mexico, large bronze medal, 1809, establishment of the Supreme Junta General of Spain in the Indies,

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Mexico, large bronze medal, 1809, establishment of the Supreme Junta General of Spain in the Indies,
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Mexico, large bronze medal, 1809, establishment of the Supreme Junta General of Spain in the Indies, by Tomas Suria, NGC UNC details / rim damage. Fonrobert-6485; Grove-F-31b. Obverse with allegories of Spain (right), holding a shield with a cross over two worlds and F VII and castle and lion, and of America (left), with feather crown and quiver and holding a sacrificial knife and a crown of roses, both standing over sacks with coins, weapons and an unchained eagle, with cherub to right holding knife and spear, mountains behind, under legend RESTAURADORA DE LA EUROPA and above five-line exergue with UN AMERICANO AMIGO DEL / ORDEN LA IDEO Y PROMO- / VIO:TOMAS SURIA LA / GRABO EN MEXICO / ANY DE 1809; reverse with three men at a skirted table on a podium with statues in column niches in background, TODO RENACE. at top and six-line exergue at bottom with A LA INMORTALIDAD / POR LA DICHOSA INSTALACION / DE LA SUPREMA JUNTA CENTRAL / DE ESPANA E INDIAS, HECHA / EN 25 DE SEPTIEMBRE / DE 1808 LA N.E. Vividly rainbow toned over luster, some wear and several marks in addition to the stated hits on rims. NGC #6271285-002.