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1288 Albania (4) Order for Good Service to State and Society First Class, Second Class and Third Class awards, with Era of Communism Medal Red star above Red flag VF to EF, along with Albania Nene Heroine (Awarded 1955-1990) awarded to mothers of 10 children EF, Albania Motherhood medals, First class, Second class and Third Class, EF with ribbons, with awards for Agriculture, Arts, Military and Distinguished Master of Professions, in mixed grades to EF, along with Hungary (2) Service to the Homeland Class 1 UNC boxed, Hungary 20 Years Exemplary Military Service UNC boxed £120 - £180
1289 Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces Medal/Jetton 1596 28.5mm diameter in copper, struck in Dordrecht. Faith and Constancy join hands FIDE ET CONSTANTIA. Reverse: A Heaven issuing from A hand smites a sow with a stone. CAESA FIRMABANT FOEDERA PORCA, MI 161/142, About VF, Ex-Schulman March 2004 £50 - £60 London Coins : Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces Medal/Jetton 1596 28.5mm diameter in copper, struck  in Dordrecht. Faith and Constancy join hands  FIDE ET CONSTANTIA. Reverse: A Heaven issuing from A hand smites a sow with a stone. CAESA FIRMABANT FOEDERA PORCA, MI 161/142, About VF, Ex-Schulman March 2004 Click to Enlarge London Coins : Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces Medal/Jetton 1596 28.5mm diameter in copper, struck  in Dordrecht. Faith and Constancy join hands  FIDE ET CONSTANTIA. Reverse: A Heaven issuing from A hand smites a sow with a stone. CAESA FIRMABANT FOEDERA PORCA, MI 161/142, About VF, Ex-Schulman March 2004 Click to Enlarge
1290 Battle of Blenheim 1704 34mm diameter in bronze by J.Croker Eimer 409 Obverse: Bust left draped, ANNA. D:G.MAG.BR FR.ET.HIB;REG with I.C below bust, Reverse: Britannia seated upon a globe, right with Victory in her hand, regards a captive seated on military trophies. DE.GALL: ET.BAV:AD.BLENHEIM, in Exergue: CAPT.ET.CAES.XXXM. SIGN.RELAT. CLXIII. MDCCIV., along with Centenary of the Birthday of Roscoe 1853, Mayor of Liverpool, March 8, 1853 47mm diameter in bronze by Allen and Moore, Obverse: Bust left ROSCOE, Mayer, Liverpool Direxit below. Reverse CENTENARY OF THE BIRTH-DAY OF ROSCOE. LIVERPOOL. MARCH VIII. MDCCCLIII in 8 lines within a wreath VF once cleaned £20 - £40
1291 Birth of Prince Charles (King Charles II) 1630 30mm diameter in silver Eimer 115 Obverse four heart-shaped shields united in the centre at their bases, HACTENVS. ANGLORVM. NVLLI Reverse HONOR' . PRIN'. MAG'. BRI'. FR'. ET.HIB'. NAT'. 29. MAII'. ANN'. 1630 within a decorative square tablet, Good Fine or better £400 - £500 London Coins : Birth of Prince Charles (King Charles II) 1630 30mm diameter in silver Eimer 115 Obverse four heart-shaped shields united in the centre at their bases, HACTENVS. ANGLORVM. NVLLI Reverse HONOR' . PRIN'. MAG'. BRI'. FR'. ET.HIB'. NAT'. 29. MAII'. ANN'. 1630 within a decorative square tablet, Good Fine or better Click to Enlarge London Coins : Birth of Prince Charles (King Charles II) 1630 30mm diameter in silver Eimer 115 Obverse four heart-shaped shields united in the centre at their bases, HACTENVS. ANGLORVM. NVLLI Reverse HONOR' . PRIN'. MAG'. BRI'. FR'. ET.HIB'. NAT'. 29. MAII'. ANN'. 1630 within a decorative square tablet, Good Fine or better Click to Enlarge
1292 Carisbrooke Castle - Isle of Wight 37mm diameter, undated, in white metal by T.R.Pinches, London. Obverse: a View of the Castle, with CARISBROOKE CASTLE above, ISLE OF WIGHT and T.R.PINCHES below, Reverse CARISBROOKE CASTLE ORIGINALLY BUILT BY THE ANCIENT BRITONS REBUILT BY HENRY 1st ANNO 1125. ENLARGED BY Qn.ELIZABETH ANNO 1598, EF with some lustre £25 - £50 London Coins : Carisbrooke Castle - Isle of Wight 37mm diameter, undated, in white metal by T.R.Pinches, London. Obverse: a View of the Castle, with CARISBROOKE CASTLE above, ISLE OF WIGHT and T.R.PINCHES below, Reverse CARISBROOKE CASTLE ORIGINALLY BUILT BY THE ANCIENT BRITONS REBUILT BY HENRY 1st ANNO 1125. ENLARGED BY Qn.ELIZABETH ANNO 1598, EF with some lustre Click to Enlarge London Coins : Carisbrooke Castle - Isle of Wight 37mm diameter, undated, in white metal by T.R.Pinches, London. Obverse: a View of the Castle, with CARISBROOKE CASTLE above, ISLE OF WIGHT and T.R.PINCHES below, Reverse CARISBROOKE CASTLE ORIGINALLY BUILT BY THE ANCIENT BRITONS REBUILT BY HENRY 1st ANNO 1125. ENLARGED BY Qn.ELIZABETH ANNO 1598, EF with some lustre Click to Enlarge
1293 Carpathia Medal ornately shaped, in art nouveau style, in bronze. Obverse: within a border composed of two dolphins Neptune's head (above centre) with flowing beard and an anchor and staff crossed below. Starboard bow view of the Carpathia with lifeboats standing by in search. Icebergs in the background. Reverse Inscription : PRESENTED TO THE OFFICERS & CREW OF R.M.S.CARPATHIA IN RECOGNITION OF GALLANT & HEROIC SERVICES FROM THE SURVIVORS OF THE S.S.TITANIC APRIL 1912. DIEGES & CLUS N.Y Good Fine to NVF with some weakness to OF and DIEGES & CLUST N.Y. Very Rare with only 180 awarded. 711 survivors were picked up by the Carpathia whose officers and men were subsequently awarded this medal in gold, silver or bronze according to rank, boxed with chain and black ribbon £2,500 - £3,000 London Coins : Carpathia Medal ornately shaped, in art nouveau style, in bronze. Obverse: within a border composed of two dolphins Neptune's head (above centre) with flowing beard and an anchor and staff crossed below. Starboard bow view of the Carpathia with lifeboats standing by in search. Icebergs in the background. Reverse Inscription : PRESENTED TO THE OFFICERS & CREW OF R.M.S.CARPATHIA IN RECOGNITION OF GALLANT & HEROIC SERVICES FROM THE SURVIVORS OF THE S.S.TITANIC APRIL 1912. DIEGES & CLUS N.Y Good Fine to NVF with some weakness to OF and DIEGES & CLUST N.Y.  Very Rare with only 180 awarded. 711 survivors were picked up by the Carpathia whose officers and men were subsequently awarded this medal in gold, silver or bronze according to rank, boxed with chain and black ribbon Click to Enlarge London Coins : Carpathia Medal ornately shaped, in art nouveau style, in bronze. Obverse: within a border composed of two dolphins Neptune's head (above centre) with flowing beard and an anchor and staff crossed below. Starboard bow view of the Carpathia with lifeboats standing by in search. Icebergs in the background. Reverse Inscription : PRESENTED TO THE OFFICERS & CREW OF R.M.S.CARPATHIA IN RECOGNITION OF GALLANT & HEROIC SERVICES FROM THE SURVIVORS OF THE S.S.TITANIC APRIL 1912. DIEGES & CLUS N.Y Good Fine to NVF with some weakness to OF and DIEGES & CLUST N.Y.  Very Rare with only 180 awarded. 711 survivors were picked up by the Carpathia whose officers and men were subsequently awarded this medal in gold, silver or bronze according to rank, boxed with chain and black ribbon Click to Enlarge
1294 Charles I Death and Memorial 1649 50mm diameter in bronze by J. and N. Roettier Eimer 162a Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped, CAROL. D.G. M.B. F. ET. H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM. Reverse: A hand issuing from Heaven holds a celestial Crown. Below: sheep in a landscape. VIRTVT. EX.ME.FORTVNAM. EX. ALIJS. VF with some small surface imperfections. These pieces were offered for sale in the London Gazette of 1695 at 5 Shillings in bronze, 10 Shillings in Gilt-bronze, and 25 Shillings in silver, where it is described as being struck by James and Norbert Roettier at the Mint in the Tower of London. £50 - £100 London Coins : Charles I Death and Memorial 1649 50mm diameter in bronze by J. and N. Roettier Eimer 162a Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped, CAROL. D.G. M.B. F. ET. H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM. Reverse: A hand issuing from Heaven holds a celestial Crown. Below: sheep in a landscape. VIRTVT. EX.ME.FORTVNAM. EX. ALIJS. VF with some small surface imperfections. These pieces were offered for sale in the London Gazette of 1695 at 5 Shillings in bronze, 10 Shillings in Gilt-bronze, and 25 Shillings in silver, where it is described as being struck by James and Norbert Roettier at the Mint in the Tower of London. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Charles I Death and Memorial 1649 50mm diameter in bronze by J. and N. Roettier Eimer 162a Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped, CAROL. D.G. M.B. F. ET. H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM. Reverse: A hand issuing from Heaven holds a celestial Crown. Below: sheep in a landscape. VIRTVT. EX.ME.FORTVNAM. EX. ALIJS. VF with some small surface imperfections. These pieces were offered for sale in the London Gazette of 1695 at 5 Shillings in bronze, 10 Shillings in Gilt-bronze, and 25 Shillings in silver, where it is described as being struck by James and Norbert Roettier at the Mint in the Tower of London. Click to Enlarge
1295 Charles I Death and Memorial 1649 50mm diameter in bronze by J. and N. Roettier Eimer 162a Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped, CAROL. D.G. M.B. F. ET. H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM. Reverse: A hand issuing from Heaven holds a celestial Crown. Below: sheep in a landscape VIRTVT EX. ME. FORTVNAM. EX.ALIJS, EF the reverse toned £175 - £225 London Coins : Charles I Death and Memorial 1649 50mm diameter in bronze by J. and N. Roettier Eimer 162a Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped, CAROL. D.G. M.B. F. ET. H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM. Reverse: A hand issuing from Heaven holds a celestial Crown. Below: sheep in a landscape VIRTVT EX. ME. FORTVNAM. EX.ALIJS, EF the reverse toned Click to Enlarge London Coins : Charles I Death and Memorial 1649 50mm diameter in bronze by J. and N. Roettier Eimer 162a Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped, CAROL. D.G. M.B. F. ET. H. REX. &. GLOR. MEM. Reverse: A hand issuing from Heaven holds a celestial Crown. Below: sheep in a landscape VIRTVT EX. ME. FORTVNAM. EX.ALIJS, EF the reverse toned Click to Enlarge
1296 Charles I Memorial undated (1649) 50mm diameter in copper Eimer 162a by J.Roettiers Obverse Armoured Bust right, CAROL.D.G.M.B.F.ET.H.REX.&.GLOR.MEM, Reverse Hand issuing from heaven holding a celestial Crown, below, sheep in a landscape VIRTVT.EX.ME.FORTVNAM.EX.ALIJS EF with traces of lustre, in a round presentation case £120 - £160
1297 Charles I, Dominian of the Sea 1630 27mm diameter cast in silver, by N.Briot, Eimer 119b, Obverse: CAROLVS. D:G. ANG. SCO. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX. FIDEI. DEFENSOR. Reverse: A ship in full sail, left. NEC. META. MIHI .QVAE. TERMINVS. ORBI. In exergue .1630. NEF with some tooling in the fields £500 - £600 London Coins : Charles I, Dominian of the Sea 1630 27mm diameter cast in silver, by N.Briot, Eimer 119b, Obverse: CAROLVS. D:G. ANG. SCO. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX. FIDEI. DEFENSOR. Reverse: A ship in full sail, left. NEC. META. MIHI .QVAE. TERMINVS. ORBI. In exergue  .1630. NEF with some tooling in the fields  Click to Enlarge London Coins : Charles I, Dominian of the Sea 1630 27mm diameter cast in silver, by N.Briot, Eimer 119b, Obverse: CAROLVS. D:G. ANG. SCO. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX. FIDEI. DEFENSOR. Reverse: A ship in full sail, left. NEC. META. MIHI .QVAE. TERMINVS. ORBI. In exergue  .1630. NEF with some tooling in the fields  Click to Enlarge
1298 Coronation of George II 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 510 the official coronation issue Obverse Bust left Laureate, armoured and draped, GEORGIVS. II. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Reverse the King enthroned right, is crowned by Britannia VOLENTES. PER. POPVLOS Exergue: CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII EF with old grey tone, the reverse with some light scratches in the reverse field at the top £320 - £360 London Coins : Coronation of George II 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 510 the official coronation issue Obverse Bust left Laureate, armoured and draped, GEORGIVS. II. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Reverse the King enthroned right, is crowned by Britannia VOLENTES. PER. POPVLOS Exergue: CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII EF with old grey tone, the reverse with some light scratches in the reverse field at the top Click to Enlarge London Coins : Coronation of George II 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 510 the official coronation issue Obverse Bust left Laureate, armoured and draped, GEORGIVS. II. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Reverse the King enthroned right, is crowned by Britannia VOLENTES. PER. POPVLOS Exergue: CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII EF with old grey tone, the reverse with some light scratches in the reverse field at the top Click to Enlarge
1299 Coronation of George V 1911 - Royal Burgh of Forres - R.J.Douglas. Provost. 35mm diameter in silver GEF toned, an unusual regional piece £40 - £60 London Coins : Coronation of George V 1911 - Royal Burgh of Forres - R.J.Douglas. Provost. 35mm diameter in silver GEF toned, an unusual regional piece Click to Enlarge London Coins : Coronation of George V 1911 - Royal Burgh of Forres - R.J.Douglas. Provost. 35mm diameter in silver GEF toned, an unusual regional piece Click to Enlarge
1300 Coronation of Queen Caroline 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 512 Obverse Bust left wearing a bandeau, draped, CAROLINA. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA. Reverse The Queen stands facing between Religion and Britannia. HIC. AMOR. HAEC. PATRIA. Exergue CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII GEF with an attractive grey tone over underlying gold, scarce in this high grade £320 - £360 London Coins : Coronation of Queen Caroline 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 512 Obverse Bust left wearing a bandeau, draped, CAROLINA. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA. Reverse The Queen stands facing between Religion and Britannia. HIC. AMOR. HAEC. PATRIA. Exergue CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII GEF with an attractive grey tone over underlying gold, scarce in this high grade Click to Enlarge London Coins : Coronation of Queen Caroline 1727 34mm diameter in silver by J.Croker Eimer 512 Obverse Bust left wearing a bandeau, draped, CAROLINA. D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA. Reverse The Queen stands facing between Religion and Britannia. HIC. AMOR. HAEC. PATRIA. Exergue CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII GEF with an attractive grey tone over underlying gold, scarce in this high grade Click to Enlarge
1301 Coronation of William and Mary 1689 49mm diameter in silver by J.Smeltzing MI.671/43, unlisted by Eimer, Obverse: Bust of King William alone, right GULIELM : III D.G. BRITANN : R. RELIG : LIBERTATISQ : RESTITUT. Reverse: Royal Arms suspended from an orange tree, fleeing figures from left and right, James II removing the crown and dropping the sceptre, and Father Petre, carrying a pyx ITE MISSA EST. In exergue, in 4 lines INAUGURATIS MAIESTATIBUS EIECTO PAPATU EXPULSA TYRANNIDE BRITANNIA FELIX 1689. EF and Very Rare in Silver £2,000 - £2,500 London Coins : Coronation of William and Mary 1689 49mm diameter in silver by J.Smeltzing MI.671/43, unlisted by Eimer, Obverse: Bust of King William alone, right GULIELM : III D.G. BRITANN : R. RELIG : LIBERTATISQ : RESTITUT. Reverse: Royal Arms suspended from an orange tree, fleeing figures from left and right, James II removing the crown and dropping the sceptre, and Father Petre, carrying a pyx ITE MISSA EST. In exergue, in 4 lines INAUGURATIS MAIESTATIBUS EIECTO PAPATU EXPULSA TYRANNIDE BRITANNIA FELIX 1689. EF and Very Rare in Silver Click to Enlarge London Coins : Coronation of William and Mary 1689 49mm diameter in silver by J.Smeltzing MI.671/43, unlisted by Eimer, Obverse: Bust of King William alone, right GULIELM : III D.G. BRITANN : R. RELIG : LIBERTATISQ : RESTITUT. Reverse: Royal Arms suspended from an orange tree, fleeing figures from left and right, James II removing the crown and dropping the sceptre, and Father Petre, carrying a pyx ITE MISSA EST. In exergue, in 4 lines INAUGURATIS MAIESTATIBUS EIECTO PAPATU EXPULSA TYRANNIDE BRITANNIA FELIX 1689. EF and Very Rare in Silver Click to Enlarge
1302 Cuba and related From a Cuban Collection (4), Harvard Institute 1923 Alumni medal 42mm diameter in silver awarded to P.G.Mendoza VF with a suspension loop, National Reconciliation Medal (c.1933) Obverse: Armoured bust wearing plumes helmet, Reverse: Arms of Cuba surmounted by a Phrygian bonnet bearing a five-pointed star all within oak and laurel wreath, the ribbon with one line of 7 chevrons VF, Order of Military Merir, Fourth Class Bronze gilt with red enamelling in the centre VF, along with Medal Bartholome Maso Centenary 1930 31.5mm diameter GVF with some thin scratches £145 - £190
1303 Dassier's Kings and Queens of England - James II 1633-1701 Eimer 526 (minted 1731) 40mm diameter in bronze by J.Dassier. Obverse Bust left draped, IACOBUS.II.D.G.MAG. BR.FR.ET.HIB REX. Reverse: A Tomb with the seated figure of Religion upon it, holds a chalice with a host, amid various ornaments of Roman Catholicism: a cross, a crucifix on a chain and a Papal Tiara with the keys of St. Peter ,NAT. 13 OCT. 1633 CORONAT. 23 APR 1685 MORT. 5 SEPT. 1701. GVF. Note: James died in exile in Saint-Germain, the last Stuart monarch in the direct male line, with Queen Anne being the last Stuart monarch £50 - £100 London Coins : Dassier's Kings and Queens of England - James II 1633-1701 Eimer 526 (minted 1731) 40mm diameter in bronze by J.Dassier. Obverse Bust left draped, IACOBUS.II.D.G.MAG. BR.FR.ET.HIB REX. Reverse: A Tomb with the seated figure of Religion upon it, holds a chalice with a host, amid various ornaments of Roman Catholicism: a cross, a crucifix on a chain and a Papal Tiara with the keys of St. Peter ,NAT. 13 OCT. 1633 CORONAT. 23 APR 1685 MORT. 5 SEPT. 1701. GVF. Note: James died in exile in Saint-Germain, the last Stuart monarch in the direct male line, with Queen Anne being the last Stuart monarch Click to Enlarge London Coins : Dassier's Kings and Queens of England - James II 1633-1701 Eimer 526 (minted 1731) 40mm diameter in bronze by J.Dassier. Obverse Bust left draped, IACOBUS.II.D.G.MAG. BR.FR.ET.HIB REX. Reverse: A Tomb with the seated figure of Religion upon it, holds a chalice with a host, amid various ornaments of Roman Catholicism: a cross, a crucifix on a chain and a Papal Tiara with the keys of St. Peter ,NAT. 13 OCT. 1633 CORONAT. 23 APR 1685 MORT. 5 SEPT. 1701. GVF. Note: James died in exile in Saint-Germain, the last Stuart monarch in the direct male line, with Queen Anne being the last Stuart monarch Click to Enlarge
1304 Deventer Testimonial - Devotion to William III 1691 47mm diameter in silver by J.Luder Obverse: Bust right armoured and draped GVLIELMVS MAGNUS, Reverse: William in Roman dress raises a supplicant figure of Hibernia, behind, two figures place a wreath on a column. HIBERNIA SURGE. In Exergue: DAVEN. F.F.CVR.L.M MDCLXXXXI, on edge: SPONSOR SECURITATIS PVBLICAE Sharp EF with attractive blue/green and gold tone, a most attractive piece £1,900 - £2,200 London Coins : Deventer Testimonial - Devotion to William III 1691 47mm diameter in silver by J.Luder Obverse: Bust right armoured and draped GVLIELMVS MAGNUS, Reverse: William in Roman dress raises a supplicant figure of Hibernia, behind, two figures place a wreath on a column. HIBERNIA SURGE. In Exergue: DAVEN. F.F.CVR.L.M  MDCLXXXXI, on edge: SPONSOR SECURITATIS PVBLICAE Sharp EF with attractive blue/green and gold tone, a most attractive piece Click to Enlarge London Coins : Deventer Testimonial - Devotion to William III 1691 47mm diameter in silver by J.Luder Obverse: Bust right armoured and draped GVLIELMVS MAGNUS, Reverse: William in Roman dress raises a supplicant figure of Hibernia, behind, two figures place a wreath on a column. HIBERNIA SURGE. In Exergue: DAVEN. F.F.CVR.L.M  MDCLXXXXI, on edge: SPONSOR SECURITATIS PVBLICAE Sharp EF with attractive blue/green and gold tone, a most attractive piece Click to Enlarge
1305 Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 26mm diameter in gold Eimer 1817 the official Royal Mint issue, A/UNC with a small edge bruise and minor contact marks on the obverse £400 - £500 London Coins : Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 26mm diameter in gold Eimer 1817 the official Royal Mint issue, A/UNC with a small edge bruise and minor contact marks on the obverse Click to Enlarge London Coins : Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 26mm diameter in gold Eimer 1817 the official Royal Mint issue, A/UNC with a small edge bruise and minor contact marks on the obverse Click to Enlarge
1306 Duke of Monmouth Beheaded 1685 39mm diameter in silver by J.Smeltzing Eimer 280. Obverse Bust right IACOBUS INFELIX DUX MONUMETHENSIS , Reverse Monmouth's head on the ground spouting blood HUNC SANGUINEM LIBO DEO LIBERATORI, in Exergue: CAESA CERVIX.LON IULY 15/25 1685 About VF, with some light toning, lists at £1500 VF in Eimer, Very Rare £1,000 - £1,200 London Coins : Duke of Monmouth Beheaded 1685 39mm diameter in silver by J.Smeltzing Eimer 280. Obverse Bust right IACOBUS INFELIX DUX MONUMETHENSIS , Reverse Monmouth's head on the ground spouting blood  HUNC SANGUINEM LIBO DEO LIBERATORI, in Exergue: CAESA CERVIX.LON IULY 15/25 1685 About VF, with some light toning, lists at £1500 VF in Eimer, Very Rare Click to Enlarge London Coins : Duke of Monmouth Beheaded 1685 39mm diameter in silver by J.Smeltzing Eimer 280. Obverse Bust right IACOBUS INFELIX DUX MONUMETHENSIS , Reverse Monmouth's head on the ground spouting blood  HUNC SANGUINEM LIBO DEO LIBERATORI, in Exergue: CAESA CERVIX.LON IULY 15/25 1685 About VF, with some light toning, lists at £1500 VF in Eimer, Very Rare Click to Enlarge
1307 GB and World a wide-ranging group (20) mostly base metal issues, includes a National Trust Medal in silver, Silver Jubilee 1977 in gilt silver by Birmingham Mint, and two bronze prize medals, many in EF to UNC some boxed £35 - £70
1308 Great Seals of the Realm (2 sets) the first 'Nineteenth Century', an impressive five piece collection of medallic 5 ounce pure silver issues depicting the Royal seals of George III (2), George IV, William IV and Victoria superb engraving comes with detailed historical documentation UNC and in the impressive box of issue. issue number 0057 of 1,000 limit, the second, Great Seals of the Realm, Twentieth Century, an impressive six piece collection of medallic 5 ounce pure silver issues depicting the Royal seals of Victoria, Edward VII, George V (2), George VI and Elizabeth II superb engraving well presented with detailed historical documentation Satin Finish UNC and cased as issued. issue number 0308 of 1,000 limit UNC and in the impressive box of issue £550 - £700
1309 James II - The Open Letter of Gaspar Fagel to the British People in Support of Religious Toleration under William of Orange, by J.Smeltzing 58mm diameter in lead (?) LIBERTAS CONSCIENTIÆ HOC MONILI ORNATA . (Freedom of conscience with this collar adorned), religious objects surmounted by cap inscribed LIBERTAS set on ornate base inscribed BRITANNIA; above, hand of God holding proclamation inscribed C. FAGELII/EPISTOLA/EFFLAGITATA/A/I. STEWARDO/1687 / RES IMMODERATA CUPIDO EST (An unbridled thing is greed), hound, wearing rosary and holding book inscribed M(agnum). I(uramentum)., standing slightly left on ground with raised right paw placed on book inscribed S(alus) • R(eligionis) • P(rotestantis) • set on ornate altar Good Fine with some surface dirt, some knocks and pits, a rare medal, 60.92 grammes, our research only found silver examples weighing 83.75 grammes £100 - £150 London Coins : James II - The Open Letter of Gaspar Fagel to the British People in Support of Religious Toleration under William of Orange, by J.Smeltzing 58mm diameter in lead (?) LIBERTAS CONSCIENTIÆ HOC MONILI ORNATA . (Freedom of conscience with this collar adorned), religious objects surmounted by cap inscribed LIBERTAS set on ornate base inscribed BRITANNIA; above, hand of God holding proclamation inscribed C. FAGELII/EPISTOLA/EFFLAGITATA/A/I. STEWARDO/1687 / RES IMMODERATA CUPIDO EST (An unbridled thing is greed), hound, wearing rosary and holding book inscribed M(agnum). I(uramentum)., standing slightly left on ground with raised right paw placed on book inscribed S(alus) • R(eligionis) • P(rotestantis) • set on ornate altar Good Fine with some surface dirt, some knocks and pits, a rare medal, 60.92 grammes, our research only found silver examples weighing 83.75 grammes Click to Enlarge London Coins : James II - The Open Letter of Gaspar Fagel to the British People in Support of Religious Toleration under William of Orange, by J.Smeltzing 58mm diameter in lead (?) LIBERTAS CONSCIENTIÆ HOC MONILI ORNATA . (Freedom of conscience with this collar adorned), religious objects surmounted by cap inscribed LIBERTAS set on ornate base inscribed BRITANNIA; above, hand of God holding proclamation inscribed C. FAGELII/EPISTOLA/EFFLAGITATA/A/I. STEWARDO/1687 / RES IMMODERATA CUPIDO EST (An unbridled thing is greed), hound, wearing rosary and holding book inscribed M(agnum). I(uramentum)., standing slightly left on ground with raised right paw placed on book inscribed S(alus) • R(eligionis) • P(rotestantis) • set on ornate altar Good Fine with some surface dirt, some knocks and pits, a rare medal, 60.92 grammes, our research only found silver examples weighing 83.75 grammes Click to Enlarge
1310 Japan a small group (7) Merit Cross, boxed, Order of the Sacred Treasure, 8th Class, Red Cross Membership Medal (2), Order of the Rising Sun, 8th Class, First National Census 1920, Russian War 1904-1905 in gilt bronze with original ribbon and mounting loop, in mixed grades £60 - £80
1311 John Wilkes Esq 1768, 45mm diameter in silver, Eimer 725 Obverse: Bust almost facing, draped JOHN WILKES ESQ, Reverse: Figure of Time inscribes a pyramid 45 NORTH BRITON MAGNA CHARTA, in Exergue: IN MEMORY OF THE YEAR MDCCLXVIII EF with an underlying green and cyan tone with touches of gold and magenta NEF to EF with some light contact marks, very rare in this high grade £600 - £700 London Coins : John Wilkes Esq 1768, 45mm diameter in silver, Eimer 725 Obverse: Bust almost facing, draped JOHN WILKES ESQ, Reverse: Figure of Time inscribes a pyramid 45 NORTH BRITON MAGNA CHARTA, in Exergue: IN MEMORY OF THE YEAR MDCCLXVIII EF with an underlying green and cyan tone with touches of gold and magenta NEF to EF with some light contact marks, very rare in this high grade Click to Enlarge London Coins : John Wilkes Esq 1768, 45mm diameter in silver, Eimer 725 Obverse: Bust almost facing, draped JOHN WILKES ESQ, Reverse: Figure of Time inscribes a pyramid 45 NORTH BRITON MAGNA CHARTA, in Exergue: IN MEMORY OF THE YEAR MDCCLXVIII EF with an underlying green and cyan tone with touches of gold and magenta NEF to EF with some light contact marks, very rare in this high grade Click to Enlarge
1312 Madame' Chevalier de Beaumont D'Eon 1777 40mm diameter in bronze Eimer 770, Obverse: Bust, right draped MADAME D'EON. Reverse: AVOCAT / AU PARt DE PARIS / DOCTr EN Dt CAPITe / DE DRAGs / CHEVALIEr / DE L.R ET M DE St LOs / MINISTRE DE LA COU / DE FRANCE EN ANGLI / TERRE. GENTILHOME / D'AMBASSADE EN / RUSSIE in 10 Lines, 1777, VF and Rare £400 - £500 London Coins : Madame' Chevalier de Beaumont D'Eon 1777 40mm diameter in bronze Eimer 770, Obverse: Bust, right draped MADAME D'EON. Reverse: AVOCAT / AU PARt DE PARIS / DOCTr EN Dt CAPITe / DE DRAGs / CHEVALIEr / DE L.R ET M DE St LOs /  MINISTRE DE LA COU / DE FRANCE EN ANGLI / TERRE. GENTILHOME / D'AMBASSADE EN / RUSSIE in 10 Lines, 1777, VF and Rare    Click to Enlarge London Coins : Madame' Chevalier de Beaumont D'Eon 1777 40mm diameter in bronze Eimer 770, Obverse: Bust, right draped MADAME D'EON. Reverse: AVOCAT / AU PARt DE PARIS / DOCTr EN Dt CAPITe / DE DRAGs / CHEVALIEr / DE L.R ET M DE St LOs /  MINISTRE DE LA COU / DE FRANCE EN ANGLI / TERRE. GENTILHOME / D'AMBASSADE EN / RUSSIE in 10 Lines, 1777, VF and Rare    Click to Enlarge
1313 Marriage of Charles I and Henrietta Maria 1625 23mm diameter cast in Silver by P.Regniet, Eimer 105b, Obverse: Facing busts, above: celestial rays.CH.MAG.ET.HEN.MA.BRIT.REX.ET.REG, Reverse: Cupid walking, right, scatters roses and lilies. Above, celestial rays. FVNDIT.AMOR.LILIA.MIXTA.ROSIS, in Exergue .1625. VF £400 - £500 London Coins : Marriage of Charles I and Henrietta Maria 1625 23mm diameter cast in Silver by P.Regniet, Eimer 105b, Obverse: Facing busts, above: celestial rays.CH.MAG.ET.HEN.MA.BRIT.REX.ET.REG, Reverse: Cupid walking, right, scatters roses and lilies. Above, celestial rays. FVNDIT.AMOR.LILIA.MIXTA.ROSIS, in Exergue .1625. VF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Marriage of Charles I and Henrietta Maria 1625 23mm diameter cast in Silver by P.Regniet, Eimer 105b, Obverse: Facing busts, above: celestial rays.CH.MAG.ET.HEN.MA.BRIT.REX.ET.REG, Reverse: Cupid walking, right, scatters roses and lilies. Above, celestial rays. FVNDIT.AMOR.LILIA.MIXTA.ROSIS, in Exergue .1625. VF Click to Enlarge
1314 Masonic interest (2) St. Bartholomews Hospital Medals (2) each in sterling silver and hallmarked, the first to W Bro A.E.J.Wehitefield No.2744, the second to Bro W.E.Woodward No.2271 both EF £10 - £30
1315 Medals (6) Coronation of Edward VI 1902 56mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1871a The Official Royal Mint issue A/UNC, Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1922a The Official Royal Mint issue, GEF in the red box of issue, Coronation of George VI 1937 Eimer 2046a Matt finish 57mm diameter in silver, UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue, Coronation of Elizabeth II 56mm diameter in gilt bronze Eimer 2086 by F.Kovacs, Reverse with view of Buckingham Palace UNC with certificate and newspaper cutting, USA Louisiana Purchase 1904 Souvenir token in gilt bronze EF, Martin-Harvey 49mm diameter undated in silver? uniface By G.Danks, on a thick flan and weighing 115.96 grammes UNC or near so, boxed. Note: Sir John Martin-Harvey, Shakespearean stage actor (1863-1944) and star in the early film era, his film credits list six movies from 1913-1931. £80 - £120
1316 Medals a varied and interesting group (12) 1819-1915 comprising:- International Fisheries Exhibition 1883 45mm diameter in silver, Eimer 1694 NEF boxed. 1832 Reform Bill 49mm diameter in White Metal, EF holed at the top. Death of the Duke of Wellington 1852 51mm diameter in White Metal by Allen & Moore, EF. York Cathedral 61mm diameter in White Metal by J.Davis of Birmingham GEF. Sir Charles Cockerell 1819 Election Validated 53mm diameter in bronze by J.P.Suffield Eimer 1111 EF. Parish Church of Frittenden, Kent, Restored 1848 42mm diameter by Davis of Birmingham GEF. The Marriage of Edward, Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra 1863, 52mm in white metal by Ottley of Birmingham, Lustrous EF. Death of William IV 1837 41mm diameter by T.W.Ingram VF. Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 38mm diameter in White Metal. Whitenash Industrial Exhibition 1865 St.Margaret's Day 40mm diameter by J.Moore of Birmingham VF with some scratches. Lusitania Sinking 1915 55mm diameter UNC, The Bell Medal 39mm diameter undate Presented by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs 39mm diameter in bronze GEF, all in a Lindner Tray £75 - £150
1317 Medals and Tokens 20th Century base metal issues includes machine and telephone tokens (around 3.5 Kilos) in mixed grades £15 - £35
1318 Medals and Tokens a mixed group (24) 18th Century Halfpenny Tokens (12) Fine to NVF, all different, Pennies 19th Century (4) and Halfpenny 19th Century (1) Fine, New Zealand Penny Token Lipman Levy, Importer and manufacturer of Boots and Shoes Fine, Replica Roman bronzes (2) and Michael Angelo medal uniface 58mm diameter in bronze , the blank side with engraved inscription, also a First World War pair, Victory and 1914-1918 Medal to W.S.P. Pugh EF and a Manchester City Football token 1972 EF £50 - £75
1319 Medals and Tokens a varied group (125) includes some in silver, the medals GB and World 19th and 20th Century types cover a wide range of subjects, including some larger issues, in mixed grades with some EF or better with a few boxed items £200 - £300
1320 Medals GB and World a useful group with silver, pre 1900, official cased issues and more (lot) £250 - £450
1321 Medals the majority in White Metal 19th and 20th Century (26) includes Coronation and Royal Wedding types, many pierced, in mixed grades to EF, Catholic School Good Conduct Medal 47mm diameter in bronze by Thomas Leighton of Birmingham EF, Edinburgh University Prize medal undated and uninscribed 52mm diameter in bronze GEF, along with Luxembourg 25 Centimes 1927 Fine with a stain on the reverse, and Germany 5 Pfennigs 1889F Fine £50 - £100
1322 Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' EF £20 - £40 London Coins : Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' EF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' EF Click to Enlarge
1323 North Korea (5) Order of the National Flag, Medal Military Chest Badge Second Class (around 5.5cm diameter), Order of the National Flag (around 4.8cm diameter), Meritorious Labour Service Medal, Meritorious Agricultural Service Medal, Military Meritorious Medal type 2, in mixed grades to GVF £100 - £150
1324 Operation Raleigh 1984-1988 a 12-piece set 50mm diameter each 53 grammes of .925 silver each medal with a reverse depicting flora, fauna, birds or animals native to twelve different countries or regions:- United Kingdom, USA, Caribbean, Central America, South America, South Atlantic, Australia, Indonesia, New Zealand, Japan, Oman and Africa, nFDC to FDC some with light toning, in the box of issue with certificate and promotional booklet £175 - £275
1325 Poland, Hope For Peace , The City of Nurnberg by Sebastian Dadler undated (1633) 56mm diameter in bronze Obverse: In the foreground a man praying - over him are two hands reaching out of the clouds with sword and ribbons. In the background at the left a war-ravaged land, to the right is a peaceful unharmed city. Outer legend MENSCH DEINE SUNDE MEHREN SICH DRUMB SCHLAGT GOTT MIT DEM AVF DICH. Inner legend DOCH WAN DICH SCHLAGT DIEC EINE HANDT SO KOMPT DIE ANDR VND BRINGT DAS BANDT. (You humans and sinning more so God will strike you.) Reverse: Clasped hands emerging from clouds over view of the city A Crossed spade and scythe are behind a heart and beneath a crown. SEY GETREW BIS AN DEN TODT SO WILL ICH DIR DIE KRON DES LEBENS GEBE (So be faithful even unto death and I shall give you the Crown of Life) Wiecek 111/87, Schullmann, Pax in Nummios 1150 attributes the medal to the Peace of Westphalia 1648. Wiecek states that the medal was made in Dresden before moving to Poland. VF an interesting early piece £40 - £80
1326 Prince James III - The Only Safegaurd 1721 50mm diameter in bronze by O.Hamerani Eimer 493. Obverse : Armoured Bust of Prince James, right, a sunburst on his breastplate. VNICA SALVS Reverse: Hanoverian horse tramples on the English Lion and Scottish Unicorn, the distraught figure of Britannia to left. A view of London beyond. QVID. GRAVIVS. CAPTA. In Exergue MDCCXXI EF/About EF with some edge nicks £150 - £200 London Coins : Prince James III - The Only Safegaurd 1721 50mm diameter in bronze by O.Hamerani Eimer 493. Obverse : Armoured Bust of Prince James, right, a sunburst on his breastplate. VNICA SALVS Reverse: Hanoverian horse tramples on the English Lion and Scottish Unicorn,  the distraught figure of Britannia to left. A view of London beyond. QVID. GRAVIVS. CAPTA. In Exergue MDCCXXI EF/About EF with some edge nicks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Prince James III - The Only Safegaurd 1721 50mm diameter in bronze by O.Hamerani Eimer 493. Obverse : Armoured Bust of Prince James, right, a sunburst on his breastplate. VNICA SALVS Reverse: Hanoverian horse tramples on the English Lion and Scottish Unicorn,  the distraught figure of Britannia to left. A view of London beyond. QVID. GRAVIVS. CAPTA. In Exergue MDCCXXI EF/About EF with some edge nicks Click to Enlarge
1327 Russia Medal 1814 Alexander I Capture of Paris Award medal March 19, 1814. Obverse: Laureate bust of Alexander, right, rayed eye of Providence above, Rev. ЗA | BЗЯTIE | ПAPИЖA | 19 MAPTA | 1814 in five lines, within a wreath. 29mm diameter, 2mm thickness, in silver by F.Tolstoy, 10.33 grammes, Diakov 375.1. The issue of the medal commenced in 1826 and continued until 1832. It is believed around 160,000 pieces were minted, the medals being awarded to officers who fought in the taking of Paris in 1814. The medal was worn on the combined ribbons of the Order of St. George and the Order of St. Andrew, GVF toned with loop mount attached £180 - £220 London Coins : Russia Medal 1814 Alexander I Capture of Paris Award medal March 19, 1814. Obverse: Laureate bust of Alexander, right, rayed eye of Providence above, Rev. ЗA | BЗЯTIE | ПAPИЖA | 19 MAPTA | 1814 in five lines, within a wreath. 29mm diameter, 2mm thickness, in silver by F.Tolstoy, 10.33 grammes, Diakov 375.1. The issue of the medal commenced in 1826 and continued until 1832. It is believed around 160,000 pieces were minted, the medals being awarded to officers who fought in the taking of Paris in 1814. The medal was worn on the combined ribbons of the Order of St. George and the Order of St. Andrew, GVF toned with loop mount attached Click to Enlarge London Coins : Russia Medal 1814 Alexander I Capture of Paris Award medal March 19, 1814. Obverse: Laureate bust of Alexander, right, rayed eye of Providence above, Rev. ЗA | BЗЯTIE | ПAPИЖA | 19 MAPTA | 1814 in five lines, within a wreath. 29mm diameter, 2mm thickness, in silver by F.Tolstoy, 10.33 grammes, Diakov 375.1. The issue of the medal commenced in 1826 and continued until 1832. It is believed around 160,000 pieces were minted, the medals being awarded to officers who fought in the taking of Paris in 1814. The medal was worn on the combined ribbons of the Order of St. George and the Order of St. Andrew, GVF toned with loop mount attached Click to Enlarge
1328 Stockton and Darlington Railway 1825 Stamp Replica (7 pence) in 22 carat gold (26.7 grams) BU by Hallmark Replicas LTD 1st July 1975, cased with certificate £800 - £1,100 London Coins : Stockton and Darlington Railway 1825 Stamp Replica (7 pence) in 22 carat gold (26.7 grams) BU by Hallmark Replicas LTD 1st July 1975, cased with certificate Click to Enlarge London Coins : Stockton and Darlington Railway 1825 Stamp Replica (7 pence) in 22 carat gold (26.7 grams) BU by Hallmark Replicas LTD 1st July 1975, cased with certificate Click to Enlarge
1329 The Challenge Tennis Prize 51mm diameter in silver awarded to A.J.Webbe 1888. The medal is inscribed CHALLENGE TENNIS PRIZE with MCC interlinked in the centre 58.57 grammes in silver, Good Fine with some surface residue. Unusual in the fact that in 1888 the Marylebone Cricket Club were in a brief period of control in overseeing changes to the laws of lawn tennis. This was later passed to the newly-formed Lawn Tennis Association in 1888. A.J Webbe was schooled at Harrow College, he went on the Trinity College Oxford where he got a Blue in his first year. He became a cricketer who played for Oxford University and Middlesex, Webbe played for the Gentlemen in the famous Gentlemen vs. Players match where he scored 65 of an opening partnership of 203 with the great W.G.Grace. Webbe first played for Middlesex in his first year at University, at the age of 20. Later going on to captain Middlesex at cricket from 1885-1898, then after retiring as a player, becoming secretary of the club from 1900 to 1922, then becoming President from 1923 to 1936. He also played one Test Match for England in 1879. In 1878-9 he was one of the amateurs who toured Australia with Lord Harris, who led a tour to Australia and played in the early matches between England and Australia prior to the first Ashes test in 1882. A.J.Webbes only Test match was played in 1879, the match was retrospectively awarded Test match status making it only the third Test match ever played. In this match he played against the legendary Australians Charles Bannerman, and fast bowler Fred 'The Demon' Spofforth who were later to feature in many of the early Ashes Test matches. The medal is a true piece of sporting history from a bygone age, and will appeal to collectors of University, Tennis, Cricket, and Historic Sporting Memorabilia. Comes with a copy of internet research showing the interesting links to top cricketers of the age. £200 - £400
1330 The Golden Wedding Medal Collection 1997 a 12-piece set in silver Florin-sized, each reverse depicting Key Events in the Lives of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, hallmarked on the edges, Prooflike UNC boxed, no certificates £50 - £100
1331 The Opening of the Halifax Town Hall 1863 38mm diameter in bronze by J.Moore. Obverse: Busts right conjoined, ALBERT EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES . PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF DENMARK, Reverse: a view of the building THE TOWN HALL HALIFAX Opened August 4th 1863 - by HRH The Prince of Wales UNC/AU the reverse with a light scratch in the field £15 - £30 London Coins : The Opening of the Halifax Town Hall 1863 38mm diameter in bronze by J.Moore. Obverse: Busts right conjoined, ALBERT EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES . PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF DENMARK, Reverse: a view of the building THE TOWN HALL HALIFAX Opened August 4th 1863 - by HRH The Prince of Wales UNC/AU the reverse with a light scratch in the field Click to Enlarge London Coins : The Opening of the Halifax Town Hall 1863 38mm diameter in bronze by J.Moore. Obverse: Busts right conjoined, ALBERT EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES . PRINCESS ALEXANDRA OF DENMARK, Reverse: a view of the building THE TOWN HALL HALIFAX Opened August 4th 1863 - by HRH The Prince of Wales UNC/AU the reverse with a light scratch in the field Click to Enlarge
1332 The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer The Royal Wedding Gold Souvenir Portrait 18 carat stamp replica style medallic issue, cased with the 25p stamp the medal's engraving is based on included £700 - £900
1333 The Queen's Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal 1952 - 2002 38.6mm diameter 39.94 grams of 22 carat gold FDC in the Royal Mint's presentation box with certificate £1,200 - £1,500 London Coins : The Queen's Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal 1952 - 2002 38.6mm diameter 39.94 grams of 22 carat gold FDC in the Royal Mint's presentation box with certificate Click to Enlarge London Coins : The Queen's Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal 1952 - 2002 38.6mm diameter 39.94 grams of 22 carat gold FDC in the Royal Mint's presentation box with certificate Click to Enlarge
1334 The Victoria Infirmary Northwich - Founded 1887 by Robert Verdin Esq. J.P. M.P - Prize Medal 38mm diameter in bronze, Northwich and District Charity Football Competition, Presented by Sir Joseph Verdin Bart. EF with a small spot £20 - £30 London Coins : The Victoria Infirmary Northwich - Founded 1887 by Robert Verdin Esq. J.P. M.P - Prize Medal 38mm diameter in bronze, Northwich and District Charity Football Competition, Presented by Sir Joseph Verdin Bart. EF with a small spot Click to Enlarge London Coins : The Victoria Infirmary Northwich - Founded 1887 by Robert Verdin Esq. J.P. M.P - Prize Medal 38mm diameter in bronze, Northwich and District Charity Football Competition, Presented by Sir Joseph Verdin Bart. EF with a small spot Click to Enlarge
1335 Union of England and Scotland 1707 26mm diameter in silver on a thin flan by J.Croker, Eimer 424b, Obverse: Bust of the Queen, left, crowned and draped ANNA . D:G: MAG: BRI: FR: ET. HIB: REG: Reverse: British Shield within the Garter, crowned, upon a pedestal inscribed with the double cypher of A R, supported by a lion and unicorn. MAII I. MDCCVII GVF £70 - £90 London Coins : Union of England and Scotland 1707 26mm diameter in silver on a thin flan by J.Croker, Eimer 424b, Obverse: Bust of the Queen, left, crowned and draped ANNA . D:G: MAG: BRI: FR: ET. HIB: REG: Reverse: British Shield within the Garter, crowned, upon a pedestal inscribed with the double cypher of A R, supported by a lion and unicorn. MAII I. MDCCVII GVF Click to Enlarge London Coins : Union of England and Scotland 1707 26mm diameter in silver on a thin flan by J.Croker, Eimer 424b, Obverse: Bust of the Queen, left, crowned and draped ANNA . D:G: MAG: BRI: FR: ET. HIB: REG: Reverse: British Shield within the Garter, crowned, upon a pedestal inscribed with the double cypher of A R, supported by a lion and unicorn. MAII I. MDCCVII GVF Click to Enlarge
1336 Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the UK 2010 Gold Proof in the Royal Mint's presentation case with certificate 28.4 mm diameter 15.86g of 22 carat gold only 750 pieces struck FDC £550 - £750 London Coins : Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the UK 2010 Gold Proof in the Royal Mint's presentation case with certificate 28.4 mm diameter 15.86g of 22 carat gold only 750 pieces struck FDC Click to Enlarge London Coins : Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the UK 2010 Gold Proof in the Royal Mint's presentation case with certificate 28.4 mm diameter 15.86g of 22 carat gold only 750 pieces struck FDC Click to Enlarge
1337 Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the UK 2010 Gold Proof in the Royal Mint's presentation case with certificate 28.4 mm diameter 15.86g of 22 carat gold only 750 pieces struck FDC £550 - £750 London Coins : Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the UK 2010 Gold Proof in the Royal Mint's presentation case with certificate 28.4 mm diameter 15.86g of 22 carat gold only 750 pieces struck FDC Click to Enlarge London Coins : Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the UK 2010 Gold Proof in the Royal Mint's presentation case with certificate 28.4 mm diameter 15.86g of 22 carat gold only 750 pieces struck FDC Click to Enlarge

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