Friday, June 10, 2016

Boston traders minted one gold medal gave to Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry,

Boston traders minted one gold medal gave to Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry,


Boston traders minted one gold medal gave to Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry,
Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry helped the traders and WESTERN BANKING,the BOSTON traders gave him the gold medal by minting only one piece.,
The gold medal presented to Commodore Matthew C. Perry by merchants of Boston “…in token of their appreciation of his services in negotiating the treaty with Japan signed at Yoku-Hama, March 31, and with Lew Chew at Napa, July 11, 1854…” sold with its raggedy original case for $165,000 (including buyer’s premium) to one of ten phone bidders at Bruce Gamage’s auction in Rockland, Maine, on Monday, August 27.
The medal was struck in 1856 at the U.S. Mint on request and paid for by the Boston merchants. There was this one gold medal struck along with 20 silver medals and 104 bronze medals.



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