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Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 159
Medals Queen 1897 Eimer 1817 56mm diameter in bronze the Official issue GEF with a few small spots, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 Eimer 1819 46mm diameter in bronze by G.G.Adams Obverse conjoined young and old heads of the Queen, left, VICTORIA REG:IMP: 1837 1897, Reverse: Royal Arms UNITED IN LOYALTY, IN PROSPERITY, IN ENTERPRISE within a central frame, Around, various flora separating fifteen compartments, each inscribed with a Colony or Protectorate UNC, Queen Alexandra Dock Opened 1907 52mm diameter in bronze by Spiridion & Son, Eimer 1900, Obverse Busts right, conjoined, KING EDWARD VII . QUEEN ALEXANDRA, Reverse: TO COMMEMORATE THE VISIT TO THE CITY OF CARDIFF OF THE KING & QUEEN & H.R.H PRINCESS VICTORIA ON THE OCCASION OF THE OPENING OF THE QUEEN ALEXANDRA DOCK 13TH JULY 1907. Below: Sir W.S.Crossman Kt. Lord Mayor of Wheatly Town Clerk UNC and nicely toned

Auction 151
Medals Medals a small group (9) Board of Agriculture 1793 48mm diameter in copper Eimer 853, of 1821 48mm, diameter in copper gilt, Coronation of 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the official issue, Queen Alexandra Dock Opened 1907 52mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1900, Coronation of 1911 the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1922 51mm diameter in bronze, of George V 1935 a local issue in base metal pierced for suspension, plus School medals (3) 1855, 1900 and , in white metal for attendance and good conduct in mixed grades average NVF-VF

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