Vintage, 1930s to 1980s
Vintage Medallic Art bronze medal commemorating the Battle of Long Island/Battle of Brooklyn.
Larger size at about 2.5" in diameter.
Incredible detail and movement, lots of action, General Howe charging towards Brooklyn Heights. There were 1,000 American casualties and 400 British soldiers were lost.
One side of the medal reads " Battle of Long Island. Battle of Brooklyn, 22-27 August 1776".
The obverse reads "Brooklyn, New York, Flatlands, Breukelen, Gravesed, Flatbush, New Utrecht, Bushwick" followed by
"Een Draght Mackt Maght" on the ribbon and "Bicentennial of American Independence, 1776-1976".
Maker's mark on the side for "Medallic Art Co. Danbury, CT", followed by "Bronze".
In excellent condition, original box included.
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