Lovett Tokens & Medals

BIRTH AND DEATH

 

Birth, Death by George H. Lovett - First Obverse

Baker 137, silver, 27.8mm

 

Baker 137A, copper, 27.8mm

 

Baker 137B, bronze, 27.8mm

 

Baker 137C, brass, 27mm

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Baker 137D, white metal, 27mm

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Birth, Death by George H. Lovett - Third Obverse

Baker 139, copper, 29mm

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Baker 139A, brass, 29mm

 

Birth, Death by George H. Lovett - Fourth Obverse

Unlisted in Baker, Bronzed white metal?, 27.6mm

     This obverse is the obverse of Baker A154. Although A154 is not attributed to George H. I think this muling is further evidence that it is his work.

 

U.S. Shield Medals

 

First obverse - Roman mantled bust

Baker 143, silver, 29mm

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Baker 143A, copper, 29mm

 

Baker 143B, brass, 29mm

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Second obverse - Undraped bust

Baker 144, silver, 27.8mm

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Baker 144a, copper, 27.8mm

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Third obverse - Houdon statue

Baker 145, copper, 27.8mm

 

Baker 145A, brass, 27.8mm

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Fourth Obverse - Brown's equestrian statue

Baker 146, copper, 27.8mm

 

Liberty Cap Medals

First obverse - Roman mantled bust

Baker 147, silver, 28mm

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Baker 147A, copper, 27.9mm


Second obverse - Undraped bust left

Baker 148, copper, 28mm

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Third obverse - Houdon statue

Baker 149, silver, 28mm

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Baker 149A, copper, 28mm

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Fourth obverse - Brown's equestrian statue

Baker 150, silver, 29mm

(image courtesy of Stacks Bowers)

 

Baker 150A, copper, 29mm

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Feb. 22 Birthday

Baker A154, white metal, 29mm

 

Type of A154 in copper, 29mm

(image courtesy of Stacks Bowers)

     In "Medallic Portraits of Washington" this medal is listed only in white metal, is not attributued to George H. Lovett, and the image looks like a grainy photo of a photo. There is no rarity listing but it seems they are very scarce. The piece pictured above was in a March 2004 Stack's Sale where it was attributed to Robert Jr..

     I am calling it the work of George H. because of the medal pictured below. This is also unlisted and uses the obverse of Baker A154 with a George H. die.

    

(image courtesy of Bob Pelletier)

 

 

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