KONGSBERG STERLING SILVER MEDAL, 1.7 OUNCES, NORWAY, JANUS, RARE

UP FOR AUCTION IS A RARE KONGSBERG STERLING SILVER 350TH ANNIVERSARY MEDAL ~ 1.7 OUNCES FROM NORWAY.
1974 Kingdom of Norway Silver Medal in brilliant condition. Issued to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the town of Kongsberg which was founded by the Danish -Norwegian King Christian IV as a mining community in 1624. Kongsberg is also home to the Norwegian Royal Mint ( Den Kongelige Mynt) which was established in 1686 as part of the Kongsberg Silver Mines.
The obverse of the medal features the monogram of Christian IV and the year 1624 etched into bottom . It's reverse design depicts the town's coat of arms which are based on the town's old seal showing the Roman god Janus dressed as an emperor holding the sword and scales of Justice. It is numbered (No. 0772 of 3000) on it's edge.
Struck in .925 Sterling Silver. It has a 45mm diameter and weighs 1.7 ounces.
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