Exhibitions (15) from assorted international events, including a Plymouth Prize Medal 1865 and British Empire Exhibition 1924 , struck at exhibition, silver, from 1851, bronze & white metal. VF or better.
Coronation of Edward VII 1902 52mm diameter in bronze by G.Frampton Eimer 1872 Obverse Busts left conjoined and draped, EDWRDVS.VV.REX.ET.IMP.ET ALEXANDRA REG. Reverse Imperial Crown upon radiate circle, lion above, flanked by two trees decorated by the Scottish lion, left and the Irish harp, right Exergue: TO COMMEMORATE THE CORONATION OF KING. EDWARD. VI AND QVEEN. ALEXANDRA 1902A/UNC in the red box of issue, British Empire Exhibition 1924, by B. Mackennal / P. Metcalfe, 51mm., bronze, reverse Wembley Stadium with stylized lion (Eimer 1987) UNC in the red box of issue
New York Exhibition 1960 a 2-piece set comprising Crown 1960 Polished Dies and Royal Mint Medal 39mm in diameter in bronze 1960 Eimer 2101 UNC, along with British Empire Medals 1924 (2) Eimer 1991 28mm in bronze EF, Nobel Industries Ltd Struck at the British Empire Exhibition with company logo below 36mm diameter in bronze EF
VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 Eimer 1816 Obverse Bust left crowned, laureate, draped and veiled, IN COMMEMORATIONEM ANNI REGNI LX in the field. VICTORIA. DEI GRA: BRITT: REGINA. FID: DEF: IND: IMP MDCCCXCVII Reverse Royal Arms in the centre; below, THE BRITISH EMPIRE A.D. 1897and a vignette containing 4 clasped hands, inscribed PEACE LOVE AND UNION. Aborder of 50 shields of British Colonies and Protectorates, each identified 76mm diameter in bronze by F.Bowcher GEF
British Empire Medal, E.II.R. for Meritorious Service, Civil Division (Anthony Henry Hazell). In case and brown box of issue. Mr Hazel served with the Southern Electricity Board and was awarded the medal in 1972
British Empire Exhibition 1924 Eimer 1987 Obverse Bust Left, Crowned and Draped, GEORGIVS V BRITT : OMN: REX ET IND : IMP : Reverse Stylized lion seated left, beyond a façade of Wembley Stadium, in exergue; BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924 51mm in diameter in Bronze designed by B.McKennal and P.Metcalf UNC Mint toned
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
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