Medals a mixed group :- Prize medal Chronology of the Reigns of Britain Henry VII to Victoria in white metal UNC boxed, Coronation of George VI and Queen Elizabeth 1937. The Confectioners, Bakers and Allied Trades Exhibition in bronze oval, UNC boxed. Birmingham Photographic Society 1913 Prize medal 80mm diameter in brass reverse inscribed Class A Wilfred Harrison, A/UNC boxed. Eton College Regular attendance medal undated 46mm in bronze UNC boxed. Coronation of Edward VII City of Coventry in white metal UNC boxed. Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 39mm diameter in white metal, by Restall, Birmingham, UNC and lustrous. Sir Isaac Pitman - Pitman's Metropolitan Schools Verbatim Reporting Competition Prize medal 41mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed. Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra 1902 31mm in brass pierced for suspension. France uniface Pewter medallion 1789 Beginning of French Revolution (No.2) 77mm diameter by F.Andrieu EF
Medals and sets a small group comprising Coronation of George V 1911 38mm diameter in bronze, presented by the Mayor of Stoke Newington EF. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 32mm diameter in silver Reverse GRI monogram EF. The Three British Kings of 1936 a 3-medal set depicting George V and Queen Mary, Edward VIII, George VI and Queen Elizabeth respectively, each 32mm diameter, matt finish in silver UNC boxed with certificate. Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF in the Royal Mint box. Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF in the Royal Mint box. Coronation Medal 1937 32mm diameter in silver Obverse conjoined busted, no legend, reverse crowned GRI monogram, A/UNC boxed
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
New Zealand - Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip (3) by S.G.M.Adams of Leeds 32mm diameter in base metal, Obverse with conjoined busts, Reverse all different, two showing Maori portraits, the other a Maori scene UNC and lustrous, and never previously offered for sale
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
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1953 38mm diameter in 18 carat gold, 35.88 grammes by P.Vincze BHM 4451 Obverse crowned bust right QUEEN ELIZABETH II Reverse a keeling female waters a growing rose, shamrock and thistle COMMEMORATING THE CORONATION June 2nd 1953 in field, Extremely rare no.4 of only 25 produced, UNC in the blue box of issue
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 25th Anniversary 1978 88.68 grammes of .925 silver UNC in a Royal Mint box, Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 25th Anniversary 1978 52.76 grammes of .925 silver UNC in a Royal Mint box, 900th Anniversary of Westminster Abbey 1965 80.7 grammes of .925 silver UNC in a Royal Mint box, The Royal Albert Hall Centenary a 5-medal set 1971 depicting events hosted there, each 31.1 grammes of gilt .925 silver UNC boxed
Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 1977 60mm diameter in silver by A.Machin Eimer 2134, Obverse Bust of the Queen left, crown and draped, Reverse Crown in the centre, AMICITIAE VIRTUTISQUE FOEDUS. WASHINGTON D.C..IN COMMEMORATION. QUEEN ELIZABETH II. SILVER JUBILEE 1977, UNC lightly toned in the Blue box of issue
Torbay International Regatta June 1937 51mm silver conjoined busts of George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, the yacht Britannia in full sail on the high seas reverse BRITANNIA 1893 -1936 beneath, UNC with minor cabinet friction, in a red presentation box, scarce, unlisted in Eimer, we note a similar piece realised £85 hammer price in our June 2012 Auction
The Dangers Averted Medal / Defeat of the Spanish Armada, c 1590, bust of Queen Elizabeth facing, rev. bay tree on Island, ships in distance, 48 x 52mm., A good quality later cast medal in gilt metal (Eimer 61A).
VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue NEF with an edge nick, Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue NEF, The 12 Apostles 50mm diameter in cupro-nickel with gold plated highlighting UNC, Hungary 100 Forint 1982 Spain World Cup UNC, Titanic 100th Anniversary 70mm diameter in silver plated copper with gold highlighting UNC, Royal Wedding of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson 1986 57mm diameter in bronze UNC, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 56mm diameter matt finish the official Royal Mint issue UNC, Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition 1857 63mm diameter in white metal by Pinches Obverse Exhibition building opened by Prince Albert, Reverse the 3 Muses A/UNC, Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 70mm diameter with coloured portrait of the Queen in robes on the obverse, AustraliaINA Retro Pattern Crown 1851 in Piedfort Copper Obverse Gothic Head, Reverse Advance Australia Lustrous UNC, Diamond Jubilee 2012 Numis Proof by Westminster in gold plated cupro-nickel the obverse with coloured picture of the Queen, Prize Medal Edmonton and District Sunday Football League in copper, also a large 89mm medal in the style of Charles II a modern reproduction in brass (?) in mixed grades many EF-UNC in a Westminster box
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.
Torbay International Regatta June 1937 52mm silver conjoined busts of George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mum) the yacht Britannia in full sail on the high seas reverse BRITANNIA 1893 -1936 beneath Unc speckled tone in a red Benzies of Cowes box scarce and unlisted in Eimer
A group of recent Royal Mint issues in silver (8) comprising The 2009 Royal Mint Silver Medal 155.517 grammes of .925 Silver, The 2010 Royal Mint Silver Medal 155.517 grammes of .925 silver, 2005 Charles and Camilla Royal Wedding 2oz silver commemorative 62.2 grammes of .999 silver, 2005 The Red Arrows 40 Years of Excellence 63.1 grammes of .925 silver, 2009 50th Anniversary of the first Mini 28.28 grammes of .925 silver, Welsh Assembly Government 2009 28.28 grammes of .925 silver, Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 2006 51.8 grammes of .925 silver, Queen Elizabeth II 80th Birthday 2006 in nickel-brass with a hologram of the Queen on the obverse, all boxed FDC as issued all bar one with certificates
Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 1977 57mm diameter in Silver UNC boxed with certificate, Royal Wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips 1972 (2) Silver Proof like UNC in slide cases, Silver Jubilee Elizabeth II 1977 46mm in bronze the official Royal Mint issue UNC boxed, Investiture of the Prince of Wales 1969 (4) comprising Silver Proof FDC in a labelled holder by Britannia Commemorative Society Ltd, Welsh Dragon Reverse, the official Royal Mint issue EF cleaned, boxed, and Royal Arms reverse Proof like UNC, Obverse Large bust Left, Reverse Royal Arms and supporters in base metal 51mm UNC, Coronation of George VI 44mm in bronze Reverse Britannia standing holding Crown aloft boxed UNC, Coronation of Edward VIII 44mm in bronze Reverse Britannia standing holding Crown aloft boxed UNC, plus 5 modern issues in base metal UNC in slide cases
School Prize Medal, silver, obv. Bust of Queen Elizabeth with "Alumno Optime Merito Praefecti D.D.", rev. view of school building with "Schola S.Salvatoris Cond" and "Elizabetha Reg. 1562 Renov. Victoria Reg. 1839." Rim engraved "Alexander Jam? .illson Novr. 20th 1861" part of naming obliterated by suspension. GVF.
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