GB (8) and Europe (15) GB Queen Anne's Bounty 1704 Eimer 404 45mm diameter in silver GF, Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288b (cast) VF with some light tooling, Battle of Waterloo 1815 Eimer 1068 in silver, Fine, Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 25mm diameter in silver EF toned, Elizabeth I oval medal in silver (?) 48mm x 40mm, Obverse bust left, reverse coat of arms legend HONI SOIT Y MAL Y PENSE on both sides, with loop mount at top, British Colonization 1670 as Eimer 244 a cast copy in base metal, Good Fine, George IVCoronation and Visit to Hanover 1821 39mm diameter in bronze GF cleaned, Dassier Cast copies in base metal Cromwell (2) and Elizabeth I and another Cromwell cast example, Europe includes France Silver Jettons (4) 1750 City of Nemours 28.5mm diameter in silver, VF toned, undatedLouis XV 28.5mm diameter LATE CVNCTA PROFUNDIT (2) different bust types, NEF and GVF, Louis IV 1700 Hercules facing, 28.5mm in silver Good Fine, France Jetton undated Louis XVI 24mm diameter in brass (?) OMNIBVS NON SIBI reverse, EF, France Jetton in bronze 26.5mm diameter Reverse inscription in 7 lines Les Habitants de Lille ont bienmerite de la patrie de crete de la conv on nat le 12 Octobre 1792 EF, France Jeton Louis XVI France undated Obverse bust right, Reverse a rural scene VF, Abbe Suger 1820 41mm diameter in bronze by Dupaulis VF holed, Death of King Gustav Adolf II 1932 cat, EF, along with a further three pieces these worn and unattributed
Trinity College Dublin Prize medal in gold 39mm diameter, 31.68 grammes Obverse Diademed bust of Queen Elizabeth I, left wearing elaborate ruff, Reverse College crest awarded to Fredericus W.Magran 1886 for History and Science, VF
Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, silver, 48mm, obv. bust of Queen Elizabeth I, rev. heraldic shield surrounded by inscription "Scientiis Naturalibus Feliciter Excultis Edmundus F. Lawson 1907". In case of issue. GVF.
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