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100231 | UNITED STATES & SWEDEN. New Sweden Founding bronze Medal.

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    100231 | UNITED STATES & SWEDEN. Bronze Medal. Struck 1938. Commemorating the 300th Anniversary of the Founding of New Sweden along the Delaware River (56mm, 73.82 g, 12h). By Sv. Nilsson. Struck by Sporrong & Co.


    CALMARE NYCKEL, ship (Kalmar Nyckel) under sail left upon the waters; below, two inward facing dolphins / + IN • MEMORIAM • NOVÆ • SVECIÆ • A • D • MDCXXXVIII • CONDITÆ • POST • TRIA • SÆCVLA • REVOCATAM, highly detailed and docrative map of New Sweden along the Delaware River, with trees, stags, colonists, Native Americans, forts, and a ship; crowned cartouche inscribed NOVA SVECIA to lower right. Edge: SPORRONG & CO.


    Rulau Q4. Choice Extremely Fine. Yellow-red surfaces, some scattered marks.


    An extremely interesting colonial American commemorative, with numerous locations references, such as Philadelphia, Ft. Nassau, North Wasa, Lapland, Ft. Christina, Ft. Casimir, and Ft. Elfsborg.


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