Lovett Tokens & Medals

ISAAC F. WOOD'S SERIES "C" MEDALS

 

Wood's Series "C" No. 2 - Soloman's Lodge No. 1 Medal

 

Baker 304, silver, 33mm

(0n line image)

 

Baker 304A, copper, 34.3mm

 

Baker 304B, bronze, 33mm

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Baker 304C, brass, 33mm

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Baker 304D, white metal, 34.3mm

 

Wood's Series "C" No. 3 - Satirical Monument Medal

Baker 321 - first reverse, silver, 39mm

(image courtesy of Stacks Bowers)

 

Baker 321A - first reverse, bronze, 39mm

 

Baker 321B - first reverse, white metal, 39.8mm

 

Baker 322 - second reverse, silver, 39mm

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Baker 322A - second reverse, bronze, 39mm

 

Baker 322B - second reverse, brass, 39mm

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Baker 322C - second reverse, white metal, 39mm

 

Wood's Series "C" No. 4 - Washington Elm Medal

 

Baker 436, copper, 39mm

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Baker 436A, bronze, 39mm

 

Baker 436B, white metal, 39mm

 

Wood's Series "C" No. 5 - St. John's Guild Floating Hospital

Second Obverse

Baker 412, silver, 27.6mm

The Martha Washington image was also used by George H. on

the reverse of baker 413, The 100th Year Of Our Independence

Medal.

 

Baker 412A, copper, 27.79mm

 

Baker 412B, white metal, 27.87mm

St. John's Guild, established in 1866 and incorporated in 1877,

was a nonsectarian organization concerned with the treatment

of sick children, especially the poor. The floating hospital was

a specially equipped barge that would make six trips per week

to the Lower Bay stopping at piers and landings to admit and

treat children at no charge. The trip would end at the Guild's

Seaside Hospital in New Dorp, Staten Island where the more

severely ill would be admitted to their 300 bed hospital.

 

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