1760 Canada Subdued Medal

Approximate Current Value: $

Diameter: 39.0 mm
Mintage/Proof: NA / NA
Weight: 28.8 grams
Metal: Copper
I Own 1760 Betts Intercolonial Wars Medals (1745-1763)

History, Information, and Value of 1760 Canada Subdued Medal

Value of 1760 Canada Subdued Medal

Obverse of this rare medal depicts a bust of George II, facing to the left, wearing a laurel crown on his curly head. The legend simply reads, “George II, King”. Reverse displays an unknown woman, weeping under a coniferous tree. To her left a beaver sits. The reverse legend states, “Canada subdued” and the exergue, “1760. Society for Promoting Arts and Commerce”. On some medals “William Pitt Administring [sic]” is visible on the edges.

The obverse and reverse text read as follows: George II King | and | Canada Subdued; MDCCLX | S P A C; William Pitt Administring .