Wellington and related bronze medals (4) 1808 - British Army Arrives in the Peninsula 40mm by Brenet for Mudie, Eimer 988 EF, 1809 Battle of Travera 40mm in bronze Eimer 999 by Mills/La Fitte, 1809 Passage of the Douro 40mm diameter by Brenet for Mudie Eimer 997, 1811 English Army on the Tagus, 40mm by Petit for Mudie, all EF to GEF
Brunel, Thames Tunnel Completed 1842 Eimer 1372 42mm diameter in White Metal, by W.J.Taylor, EF, Laying of foundation stone at St. Georges Hall, Liverpool 1854 by Allen & Moore, 44mm diameter in bronze, EF, Manchester Exhibition of Art Treasures 1857 by Pinches, bronze, 41mm. EF.
Charles IRoyalist badgeEimer 169 (var) Obverse bust of the King, right, draped and wearing a lace coller, CAROLVS. D.G.MAG.BRI. FR.ET.HIB. RX (incuse) Reverse bust of the Queen, left, HENRETTA.MARIA. D.G. MAG. BRITAN. FRAN. ET. HIB. REG, Oval, cast, bt T.Rawlins Fine, once gilded, with suspension mount, and mounting posts at 90 degrees intervals on the edge
Conquest of Trinidad, Centenary 1897, 48mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 1809, Obverse: Sir Ralph Abercrombie, Bust three-quarters left, Reverse: Ships at anchor in mole of Port of Spain, hills beyond, TO COMMEMORATE THE CENTENARY OF THE CONQUEST OF TRINIDAD BY THE BRITISH 1797 Exergue: MISCERIQUE PROBAT POPULOS ET FOEDERA JUNGI GEF and pleasing
Coronation of James II 1685 34mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier Eimer 273 The official Coronation issue, Obverse Bust right laureate, armoured and draped, IACOBVS. II. UNC D.G.ANG.SCO.FR.ET.HI.REX Reverse A laurel wreath upon a cushion, a crown held by a hand issuing from heaven. A. MILITARI. AD. REGIAM. in Exergue INAVGVRAT. 23. AP. 1685 About EF with some light contact marks
Coronation of King George IV 1821 35mm in diameter, in bronze by Pistrucci, Eimer 1146, The official Royal Mint issue Obverse Bust Left Laureate, Reverse George IV enthroned, left, crowned by Victory, behind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue INAUGURATUS DIE. JULII.XIX.ANNO.MDCCCXXI A/UNC with minor cabinet friction
Coronation of Mary of Modena 1685 34mm diameter in silver, Obverse bust right laureate and draped, MARIA D.G. ANG. SCO. FR. ET. HI. REGINA. Reverse the Queen seated right upon a mound, O. DEA. CERTE Eimer 274, minor contact marks, About EF, Ex-Folley Collection
Death of John Bell, 1770, 35mm diameter in silver, unsigned, Obverse: family arms, (Wickford, Essex), an insect either side, IOHANNI BELL NATVRAE ET ANTIQVITATIS INDAGATORI, Reverse: a funerary urn on plinth, BHM 143. EF and with an attractive tone, the obverse with some surface marks
Edward VII visit to The Queen Alexandra Dock, Cardiff 1907 52mm diameter in bronze EF, Coronation Medal Edward VII 1902, 37mm diameter in bronze EF, Edward VII (3) and George V (1) Coronation & Memorial medals, white metal issues. EF, Exhibition medals (4), International Industrial Exhibition 1851 by Allen & Moore; International Exhibition 1851, by Taylor, struck at exhibition; International Exhibition 1862 by Pinches, another with portrait of Victoria, all white metal issues. EF
George IVCoronation 1821 by Pistrucci, The Official Royal Mint issue, 35mm diameter in bronze EF, George IV Coronation 1821 by J.G.Hancock, 46mm diameter in bronze, slight hairline scratches otherwise EF, George IV Coronation 1821 by P.Kempson & Son, white metal, Visit of Louis Philippe to Victoria 1844, white metal, German medal 1911, silver plated, Small holder prize medal, bronze. VF or better. (6)
Great British Regiments, an impressive collection, by the Birmingham Mint, housed in a large wooden lockable box, with key containing 52 x 50 mm medals each depicting a Regiment in active service and the details of their achievements, along with a badge for each regiment, each medal around 45 grammes of sterling silver, FDC in the impressive wooden box of issue, only the second such set we have offered
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 well presented with detailed historical documentation UNC and in the impressive case as issued. issue 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 Unc and cased as issued.
Henry VIII (1509-1547), Head of the Church, restitutional silver medal or `so-called` pattern crown, c. 1545, Obverse: crowned bust virtually full-face, holding sword and orb, Reverse: crowned arms with lion and dragon supporters, HR monogram below, ANGLICE.Z HIBENICE:ECCLESIE: SVPREMVM: CAPVT, 43mm (cf MI 47/43). VF and rare. Medallic Illustrations states `…the unsatisfactory nature of the workmanship renders it probable that it is a copy, made in the present (ie 19th) century on the Continent…`, however H. E. Pagan (BNJ 40, 1971, "Mr. Emery`s Mint"), writing of these pieces states they "could very well be products of the Emery mint"
Queen Elizabeth IIGolden Jubilee 2002 The Official Royal Mint issue Eimer 2206 struck in 22 carat gold weighing 39.94 grammes Obverse Standing figure of the Queen facing, crowned and wearing Coronation robes 1952 2002 across the field. ELIZABETH REGINA, Reverse The Queen advancing right along a line of well-wishers. below FIFTY YEARS OF SERVICE , above GOLDEN JUBILEE, Proof FDC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate, number 48 of only 250 issued
Queen VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in silver, the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1817 A/UNC, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1871 Bright EF with some contact marks and hairlines (this in a Victoria Diamond Jubilee medal box), Silver Jubilee of King George V 1935 56mm diameter in silver (2) both the official Royal Mint issues Eimer 2029 with matt finish, both about UNC, one with a tone spot on the reverse, Coronation of George VI 1937 56mm diameter in silver (2) both the Official Royal Mint issues Eimer 2046 both UNC one with a small edge bruise, all cased, all bar one (as stated) in the official cases of issue
Royal MintSterling Silver Medals (5) The Royal Mint Silver Medal 65 mm 5 oz. (3) 2009, 2010 and 2011, The Machin Head 60mm 97 g, Brand Medal undated 38 mm along with Alderney 1999 Eclipse Silver Proof Crown all cased as issued with certificates
Set of three medals in a glass frame 55mm copper, Sir John Vanbrugh with Blenheim Palace reverse BLENHEIM in exergue Benj Wyon SC, Sir G. Gilbert Scott RA 1811 - 1878 reverse ART UNION OF LONDON over Edinburgh Cathedral EDINBURGH 1884 in exergue, Inigo Jones reverse with Banqueting House Whitehall 1616 all Unc
The Battles of Rosbach and Lissa 1757 48mm diameter in bronze, Fine, Official Royal mint issues (4) Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 25mm diameter in silver (2) VF, Coronation of King Edward VII 31mm diameter in silver NEF, Silver Jubilee of King George V 1935 31mm diameter in silver GEF, as part of a group of medals and tokens (42) the remainder largely base metal types, in mixed grades
Victoria 1897 Diamond Jubilee Medal 25mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue VF, as part of a group of tokens, medals and countermarked coins (54) 18th to 20th century a varied group in mixed circulated grades
Father and Son group (6) World War I pair to Sapper F.G.Harrowell, and group of four World War II, Defence, 1939/45 Star and Atlantic meal to Flying Officer W.F.Harrowell RAF in Air ministry box NEF to EF
Coronation of James II 1685 34mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier Eimer 273 The official Coronation issue, Obverse Bust right laureate, armoured and draped, IACOBVS. II. D.G.ANG.SCO.FR.ET.HI.REX Reverse A laurel wreath upon a cushion, a crown held by a hand issuing from heaven. A. MILITARI. AD. REGIAM. in Exergue INAVGVRAT. 23. AP. 1685 A/UNC nicely toned with some hairlines on the reverse
Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 (2) in silver 56mm the official Royal Mint issues NEF and EF, one boxed, Coronation of George V 1911 the official Royal Mint issue, 51mm diameter in silver, Fine, as part of a wide-ranging group (34) includes 19th Century issues and more, in mixed grades some EF
German States - Prussia Silver medal undated, Z.E. D.XI JUNI 1854 D.L. BRUDERBUNDA.FICHTENB. I.O.STEGLITZ D.BR.A.SELLIN U.SEINER GATTIN K.GEB. MAREZOLL ZUR SILB. HOCHZEIT D.26 SEPTEMBER 1897 (engraved 1897) 51mm diameter by G.Loos UNC boxed
Medals a small group (9) Board of Agriculture 1793 48mm diameter in gilt copper Eimer 853, Coronation of George IV 1821 48mm, diameter in copper gilt, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue, Queen Alexandra Dock Opened Cardiff 1907 52mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1900, Coronation of George V 1911 the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1922 51mm diameter in bronze, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 a local issue in base metal pierced for suspension, plus School medals (3) 1855, 1900 and undated, in white metal for attendance and good conduct in mixed grades average NVF-VF
Spain, Birth of Charles III 1716, by G.B.A., silver, 24mm., obv. Heads of Charles & Elizabeth, rev. female standing with child, 25mm. Cleaned, Fine, along with USA Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago, USA 1892-1893 bronze, cleaned with edge bruising, Home for the Aged - Sons & daughters of Israel, brass, together with six other US medals and a Vancouver Ferry token. Generally VF. (10).
Thomasons Medallic History of the Scriptures Volume III, an 8-piece set of White metal medallions 73mm diameter, includes Jeraboham ordering the Man of God to be seized, Reconciliation between Jacob and hid brother Esau, Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego in the fiery furnace, Absalom slain by Joab in the wood of Ephraim, The philistine David cutting the head of Goliath, Moses descending from the mount and finding the Israelites worshipping the molten calf, The Shun amites son restored to life on the prayer of Elisha and Joseph's brethren selling him to the Ishmaelite Merchants EF in a large bookform case
Visit of the King of Denmark Christian IX and Princess Louise to London 1893 75mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 1783, issued by the Corporation of London Obverse Busts right, conjoined, CHRISTIANUS IX ET LOUISE D:G: DANIAE V:G: REX ET REGINA, Reverse Londinia seated almost facing beside a pedestal decorated with a Danish shield, right, holding a streaming pennant inscribed WELCOME CHRISTIAN IX TO LONDON, beyond a facade of the Guildhall. Exergue: 8th July 1893, A/UNC in the box of issue, along with Queen VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1887 Borough of Lewes medal 44mm diameter in bronze toned UNC the reverse with some spots, in the box of issue, and a St.Dunstans Billiard Fund medal EF boxed
1874 Chicago World Exposition/Elgin Watch Company 30mm diameter in White metal GVF, USA Nickels, mostly Buffalo types (64), USA Cents (12) 1902-1924, in mixed grades, Vatican Mint set of 2001 (5 coins plus 3 stamps), Crowns 1953-1981 (100), India/Indian Princely States (22) 15 in bronze, 7 in silver includes dump coinage also medals, tokens and paranumismatic items, a varied group in mixed grades
Act of Toleration 1689 49mm diameter I silver Eimer 314 by P.H.Muller , Obverse Bust right, laureate, armoured and draped, GVILIELMVS REX ANGL. SCOT. FRANC. ET HYBERN. PATRIAE DECVS ANGLIAE PRAESIDIVM Reverse Britannia, accompanied by Religion and Liberty, grasps the hand of William. TE SERVATORE NON SERIMUS. Exergue: RESTITUTORI BRITANNIAE 1689 edge (by F.Kleinert) REGIA, CREDE MIHI, RES EST, SUCCURRERE LAPSIS UNC and lustrous, the edge weakly struck, this feature noted on other examples of this type
Birth of Prince Charles 1630 Obverse four Heart-shaped shields of England and France, Scotland, France and Ireland Reverse a decorative tablet upon which 'HONOR'. PRIN'. MAG'. BRIT'. FRA'. ET'. HIB'. NAT', 29 MAI'. ANN' EF the reverse with some dark toning
Capture of the Citadel of Lille 1708 44mm diameter in silver Eimer 435 by J.Croker, Obverse: Bust left, crowned and draped ANNA D:G: MAG:BRI:FR:ET.HIB:REG: Reverse Victory holding the shield of Lille above a plan of its fortifications. INSVLAE CARTAE MDCCVIII UNC and lustrous with minor contact marks and light cabinet friction, attractive and with much eye appeal
Christ's Hospital School, 35mm diameter in silver, undated (c.1790) Eimer 29 Obverse Bust of Edward VI right, Reverse open book with HEAR.READ.MARK.LEARN above, Exergue: CHRISTS HOSPITAL INST.MDLIII A/UNC with deep toning, Edge reading (the name of the marker) ALEXANDER E.G.Moore 1882
Coronation & Jubilee medals (8), Edward VII Coronation 1902, bronze, 56mm., George V Coronation, bronze, 55mm, stain to obverse field, these Royal Mint issues. 1897 Jubilee, Edward VII Coronation 1902, George V Coronation 1911, George V Jubilee 1935, these four small silver Royal Mint issues. 1897 Jubilee (2) white metal and bronze. No cases. Generally GVF. (8)
Coronation of George V 1911 30mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue, A/UNC in the Red box of issue, Coronation of George V 1911 32mm diameter in bronze by Fattorini, Bradford, UNC toned in the round red box of issue, Tristan da Cunha Five Pound Crown 2013 Birth of Prince George certificate unnamed as was first on the first day of the Prince's life Silver Proof FDC in a London Mint Office box, along with Tokens and medals a varied group (38) the tokens mostly 19th Century, in mixed grades, contained in an aluminium case
Coronation of James II 1685 34mm diameter in silver Eimer 273 the official Coronation issue Obverse Bust right Laureate, armoured and draped, IACOBVS. II. D.G. ANG. SCO. FR. ET. HI. REX Reverse a Laurel Wreath upon a cushion; above, a hand issuing from heaven. A. MILITARI. AD. REGIAM. Exergue: INAVGVRAT. 23. AR. 1685 by J.Roettier NEF nicely toned with some contact marks
Duke of Argyle & Sir Robert Walpole 1741 37mm diameter in pinchbeck Obverse a full length draped figure, facing, leans against a column on which rests a ducal crown. Behind, a trophy of arms and standards. THE GENEROUSE : DUKE: OF: ARGYLE Exergue: NO PENTIONER Reverse The devil advancing, left, leads Walpole by a leash towards the mouth of a fantastic beast. MAKE. ROOM. FOR. SIR: ROBERT Exergue NO: EXCISE Good Fine and scarce
EMC (European Medal Club) a 6-Medal Set 39mm in Silver all depicting scenes from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, UK Europa and Zeus/ Europa and Bottom, Finland European Capital of Culture 2000, Austria depicting Sigmund Freud and a dynamic interpretation of Europa and Zeus, Belgium 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Emperor Charles V 2000, Germany (Hamburg) depicting Charles the Great and Europa and Zeus, Netherlands depicting Rijks Museum 1800-2000 and Europa and Zeus FDC cased as issued with certificates
Hull Education Authority medal for school attendance over 6 years to Albert Smith, in blue case (damaged0, GVF, with 6 certificates dated 1915-1921 to Albert Smith, Villa Place & Northumberland Avenue Boys Schools (some slightly damaged)
Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in gold Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.IORWERTH TYWSOG.CYMRU.M.G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince's crest within Garter, crowned, choice UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue
Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales 1911 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 1925 The Official Royal Mint Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. OF. EDWARD. PRINCE. OF. WALES. K.G. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.IORWERTH TYWSOG.CYMRU.M.G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince's crest within Garter, crowned choice UNC with a pleasing tone in the Royal Mint box of issue
Italy/GermanyWorld War II Circular bronze medal with integral loop for ribbon suspension; Obverse Arco dei Fileni monument centrally, the Italian fasces to the left, the German swastika to the right, the knot of Savoy below, CAMPAGNA ITALO-TEDESCA IN AFRICA ITALIENISCH-DEUTSCHER FELDZUG IN AFRICA, laurel leaves at the top, oak leaves at the base; Reverse with two armoured soldiers forcing open the jaws of a crocodile representing the British hold on the Suez Canal, signed ‘DE MARCHIS’ at the base, maker’s mark ‘LORIOLI MILANO’ to the left. The award was first created in ribbon form in 1942 for Italian and German troops in North Africa but on 7 January 1943 a medal was proposed by General Magli on behalf of the Supreme Command in Libya. The medal, though produced and distributed, was never officially recognised, VF with some residue
Jubilee 1897 (2), Official Royal Mint issues (2) bronze & silver,56mm., in the red cases of issue. Eimer 1817 both choice with the silver issue toning the boxes too in excellent condition and in the original outer envelopes
Jubilee 1897 by M.B. Ltd (Mint Birmingham), 40mm bronze & silver in red presentation case. Together with a similar, silver, in red round card case. 38mm. EF. See BHM nos. 3547, 3548 and 3549. Only 39 manufactured (3)
Masonic awards and jewels (18), mainly base metal & enamel, Lodges include, Cheshire, Hertfordshire, Lodge of New hope (2), Sale Priory (2 - these silver gilt), RMIG & RMIB medals etc. Generally GVF. (18).
Medals (5) VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1887 Medal official Royal Mint issue in bronze 77mm. (Eimer 1733) A/UNC, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 the official Royal Mint issue UNC with superb tone, Investiture of the Prince of Wales 1969 EF cleaned boxed, Leyton and District Eisteddford awarded ton R.REdburn Technical Drawing 1930 in silver A/UNC toned boxed, Officer of the Order of St. John EF boxed
Medals and Tokens (46) 19th and 20th Century along with a 18th/19th century balance scale with apothecaries weights, in mixed grades along with Medals 1970s issues (17), First and Last Specimen sets (3) in cases EF to UNC
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