Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288b Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a cap and clerically robed GVIL.SNCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688. Reverse Seven medallions containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, edge: Plain. Very Fine. Cataloguers Note : William Sancroft (1617-1693) Archbishop of Canterbury refused to read James II's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting Catholics and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
Assorted Militaria including Para's Badge in silvered metal, Embroidered badges including Guards cloth/bullion wire badge and two other bullion badges. German Fob with 1914 Iron Cross emblem on black ribbon & silver bullet engraved "Gruss von der Fleissigen Berta"
Canada, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police Medals (3), R.C.M.P. Long Service, tailors copy. Police Exemplary Service Medal and Calgary Police Distinguished Service Medal, tailors copy. Extremely fine. (6).
First World War group of three to Private Bunce, Oxf. & Bucks L.I., 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals (8697 Pte. Oxf. & Bucks L.I.). Together with 1939-45 Defence & War Medals and two Watches by Sekonda &Medana
First World War Medals to Private A. Mullender, R.W.Kent R., 1914-15 Star (S.E.-1432 Pte A.Flack, A.V.C.) presumably a replacement, British War & Victory Medals (203793 Pte. A. Mullender R.W.Kent R.), Defence Medal, these four mounted as worn. Special Constabulary Medal G.V.R. ( Charles Mullender). ImperialService Medal, G.VI.R.(Henry Fitzhugh) in case of issue. World War II Medals - 1939-45 & France and Germany Stars, and War Medal. Together with three commemorative medals. Good very fine. (5).
First World War pair to Quarter Master / Lieut. A. Hollett, British War Medal (Q.M. & Lieut. A.Hollett) Correction to surname, Army L.S.& G.C., G.V.R.issue (4887 C.Sjt. A. Hollett North'd. Fus.). Hollett was appointed Q/mst. whilst serving with the 16th Batt. Chatsworth Rifles on 11.6. 1918. sold with copied service card
Independence & PoliceService Medals (5), Ceylon Police Independence Medal 1948, Fiji Police Meritorious Service Medal, Papua New Guinea Independence Medal 1985 and Police L.S.& G.C. Medal, Rhodesia Police Gallantry Cross, tailors copy. Generally good very fine
Medallions of the World (13) in silver, including Jubilee1897, Coronation 1902, Jubilee 1935 in red card box, Coronation 1937 (2), Coronation 1953, together with seven other pieces., generally extremely fine
Medals (6) Coronation Medal 1902 Reverse Grand Hotel Trafalgar Square 38mm diameter in base metal A/UNC boxed. Victoria Coronation 1838 64mm diameter in base metal H.M.G MAJESTY VICTORIA Born May 24th 1819, Ascended the British Throne June 20th 1837 with crowned June 28th 1838 inside within exergue VF. Victoria 1887 THE STATIONARY TRADES COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL 45mm diameter in white metal, boxed. Victoria 1897 Diamond Jubilee an unofficial issue 35x40mm with small oval portrait of the Queen in the centre flanked by 1837 1897 IVR monogram and 'VICTORIA THE GOOD' below VF. 1937 George VI and Elizabeth Coronation an unofficial issue in base metal NEF boxed. Prince and Princess of Wales 1888 Silver Wedding a miniature in bronze 13mm THE FUTURE KING AND QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 1888 EF
National Society of Art Masters, Past Presidents Medal in silver and enamel, excellent quality manufacture, in Asprey case. This Society was in existence between 1888 and 1947 and there were ONLY 26 Presidents between 1909 and 1943, scarce. Sold with further research
Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. 1st Type Military Division awarded to Emily Anne Curtis, Unit Administrator, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. M.B.E. in case of issue with certificate of award dated June 1919. Together with other interesting original documentation. Mrs Curtis served at the Military Convalescent Hospital, Crownhill Plymouth, retiring in 1919, served 1939-45 with the Civil Defence at Caterham & Warlingham, (entitled to the Defence Medal) and died in 1952
School Medals (3) Walthamstow Education Committee bronze medal awarded to P. Travers for regular and punctual attendance 1908; Alleyns School Dulwich C.J.Rappard, Class IV,100 yds.,1925, bronze; Edward VI Schools in Birmingham to L.A.Kirby on election to a foundation scholarship 1966, silvered metal. Extremely fine
The Kings and Queens of England by Pinches (1970) a collection of 43 Silver Proof Crown-sized medals portraying each monarch. Housed in a large red hardback album nFDC-FDC some with toning, plus Crowns (4) 1977 (3), 1981A/UNC-UNC, Halfcrown 1967 VF
Bombay Duncan Stratton and Co. Bronze Coining Trial Proving Piece undated (c.1905-6) by Greenwood and Batley, Leeds Obverse monogram, Reverse Tiger 24mm in bronze Ex-DNW 5/10/2002 sold with original description, GVF or better with toning area on the lion's face
Coin Cabinet professionally made by Peter Nichols of St.Leonards lockable with key 30 trays all felts intact approximately 480 mm x 330 mm x 470 mm in excellent condition. ROOM BIDDERS ONLY. TO BE COLLECTED ON THE DAY OF THE SALE.
FantasyCrowns William IV in Silver (3) 1835 Reverse 'Three Graces', 1836 Reverse in the style of the 1826 Five Pounds, 1837 George and the Dragon BU, plus the Patina Collection (10) inspired by W.J.Taylor. Golden Alloy (2) Scotland 1808, Ireland 1808, Bronzed Copper (3) Gibraltar 1808 (2), Isle of Man 1808, Nickel Silver (1) Sierra Leone 1808, Aluminium (3) Ceylon, Jersey and GB, Pewter (1) Bahamas all BU
Gaming Tokens (257) 'IN MEMORY OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS' in brass, Guinea sized 1797 (80) and Half Guinea sized 1788 (160) plus a small group of Half Guinea sized (17) dated 1790 with normal legend, in mixed better grades generally VF-EF
Greeksilver (8), includes Athens new style Tetradrachm, obverse head of Athena, reverse owl.Thasos Tetradrachm (2), obverse head of young Dionysos, reverse Herakles standing. Amphipolis Tetradrachm, obverse Macedonian shield, reverse club. Apollonia Pontika silver Drachm (2), obverse Anchor, reverse Gorgoneion. Lysimachos Drachm, obverse head of Alexander, reverse Athena enthroned. Samothrake Didrachm, obverse head of Athena, reverse kybele enthroned left. All fine to very fine, some with mount marks
Greeksilver (9), includes Alexander IIITetradrachm (5), obverse head of Herakles, reverse Zeus enthroned. Alexander III Drachm (2). Seleukos I Tetradrachm, obverse head of Herakles, reverse Zeus enthroned. Phillip III Tetradrachm, obverse head of Herakles, reverse Zeus enthroned. All fine to very fine, mostly ex-jewellery, have been polished, but are now toning. Interesting group
Edward IV 1st reign light coinage Groat, mint mark crown. London, quatrefoils at neck. S. 2000. About very fine, slightly clipped on one side. Together with Henry Vpenny, London, no marks, class G. S.1781. About very fine.
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