Produced as a piece of propaganda during the Revolutionary War for a Dutch speaking audience and intended to coerce Holland to remain neutral during the War.
- Struck in Pewter.
- PCGS encapsulation offers protection and guarantees the condition of the coin.
- This medal can be found on Page 52 of the 2017 Red Book.
- Obverse: Shows a proud 3 masted ship with its sails furled but flags flying proudly.
- Reverse: Depicts Conanicut Island, with rows of American and French Soldiers marching with weapons towards small boats offshore while Howe's 3 menacing triple masted ships lie just offshore.
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