Augie -- Your spelling is correct. Here's one from Spink.
Spink > Auction 21124 Auction date: 20 July 2021
Lot number: 6483
Price realized: 8,500 GBP (Approx. 11,565 USD / 9,830 EUR / 10,670 CHF)
United States of America, 'Comitia Americana', Washington Before Boston, AE Medal, 1776, by Pierre Simon Duvivier, GEORGIO WASHINGTON SVPREMO DVCI EXERCITVVM ADSERTORI LIBERTATIS, bust right, COMITIA AMERICANA in exergue, rev HOSTIBUS PRIMO FUGATIS, Washington and four officers on horseback, the city seen beyond, BOSTONIUM RECUPERATUM XVII. MARTII MDCCLXXVI. in exergue in three lines, 69mm, 150.98g, 12h (Baker 47b; Adams & Bentley, Ch. 3; Julian MI. 1; Stahl 22; Ford II, 50-52), an original striking with some minor rim bruising and surface marks, across fields and portrait, otherwise a bolder very fine, very rare and desirable.
Hi Augie --
Your coin has been harshly cleaned, which lowers value substantially. However, it is such a rare coin that some collectors would want to buy it.
These coin are often counterfeited, but yours looks real to me.
Your first order of business is to authenticate your coin, and to make it look more presentable. The way to do this is via this organization:
Contact them first, and include a picture of your coin. Send your coin to them via registered mail. Assuming it comes back to you as a genuine coin, consider selling it to one of these "big time" coin dealers:
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