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London Coins Auction 159
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Royal Family : Medals

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 158
Medals Queen 1897 (6) each 51mm diameter in bronze by Spink and Son Obverse Crowned Veiled head, laureate, the Reverses depicting Town Hall, and , Prime Ministers of 1837-1897, Commerce, Primates of All and The 1897 respectively GVF to EF

Auction 153
Medals 1897 56mm in silver the official issue VF, Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm in bronze the official Royal Mint issue EF, Victoria Diamond Jubill 1897 32mm in bronze Obverse Four generations of the , Four conjoined heads, VF, 1862 54mm in white metal VF, Victoria 'In ' medal in bronze GEF, 1953 45mm in base metal NEF

Auction 142
Medals Medal 1897 by Spink, white metal, 50mm., rev. The , in card box of issue. EF.

Auction 139
Medals , medal in silver (80gms.), stamped "999", 55mm., obv. six small portraits with crown above, rev. Royal Arms surrounded by text in Greek. In case. EF.

Auction 128
Medals Britain's Hope by Allen & Moore, set of four white metal medals in a tin case. Includes medals of Queen , Prince Albert, & members. Scarce. EF.

Auction 123
Medals The Cameo a 6-piece set in Gold by Pinches Medallists Ltd. Depicting the Queen, , , Princess , and each on a oval cameo, the portrait without legend on the obverse, with their Royal Titles on the reverse, as well as the Assay marks. nFDC with a few light contact marks. Total weight 474.5 grammes of 22 carat gold, housed in a front-folding red box with oval blue felt inlay, with accompanying booklet, impressive and rare certainly the first set we have seen

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