Jürg Richter in his Shooting Medals Catalog gives this
medal a rating of R (R = Rare)
Obverse: Three oval shields bearing the coats of arms of
the Grey League, League of God's House, and League of the Ten Jurisdictions.
Joined together by a ribbon. Three hands shaking above, emerging from clouds,
with rays behind. Two oak (Quercus robur) branches with acorns below.
Lettering: ❀ CANTON GRAUBÜNDEN ❀ 4
Translation: Canton Grisons. 4 Swiss francs.
Reverse: Coat of arms of Switzerland. Four flags and two
riffles crossed behind. Hunting horn below. Oak (Quercus robur) branch to the
left. Laurel (Laurus nobilis) branch to the right. Beret with three feathers
Lettering: EIDGENÖSSISCHES FREISCHIESSEN IN CHUR 1842
Translation: Federal shooting in Chur.
Engraver: Karl Friedrich Voigt
Edge: Indented lettering EINTRACHT MACHT STARK
Translation: Unity makes strength.
Minted in Munich, Germany
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