Medals (2) German States - Marriage of Ferdinand Albert, Duke of Brunswick and Luneberg, to Antonia Amalia 1712 in silver, GVF, with mount removed from the top, Austria 1765 Arrival of the Imperial Family in Innsbruck to celebrate the Wedding of Archduke Leopold, signed A.Wideman, cast, Obverse Four busts conjoined of Francis I, Maria Theresa, Joseph II and Maria Josepa, Reverse a triumphal arch built in front of the city and decorated with medallions with the Emperor and Empress' portraits surmounted by the Imperial Eagle between the statues of Religion and Justice NEF
EMC (European Medal Club) a 6-Medal Set 39mm in Silver all depicting scenes from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, UK Europa and Zeus/ Europa and Bottom, Finland European Capital of Culture 2000, Austria depicting Sigmund Freud and a dynamic interpretation of Europa and Zeus, Belgium 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Emperor Charles V 2000, Germany (Hamburg) depicting Charles the Great and Europa and Zeus, Netherlands depicting Rijks Museum 1800-2000 and Europa and Zeus FDC cased as issued with certificates
Austria medals (7) Coronation of Ferdinand V 1830 24mm diameter in silver GEF toned, Coronation of Leopold II 1791 24mm diameter in silver GEF, Coronation of Francis II as King of Bohemai 1792 20mm diameter in silver GEF, Coronation of Ferdiand IV 1653 18mm diameter in silver EF toned, Karl IV Homage of the Upper Austrian Estates in Linz 20mm diameter in silver EF toned, Maria Theresa Homage of the Austrian Estates 20mm in silver 1743 EF, Coronation of Carolina Augusta as Hungarian Queen in Presburg 1825 19mm diameter in silver GEF toned, Austrian States Salzburg Wilhelmine Amelie von Brauschweig 1699 WAS monogram reverse 22mm diameter in silver GEF toned, Salzburg 10 Kreuzer 1782 EF, plus German States Aache 8 Marck 1752 F, Archduke Johan of Austria elected 1848 37mm diameter in white metal Lustrous EF, Ernst Friedrich I as Archduke 1715 24mm in silver Fine, Salvator Mundi 30mm diameter in bronze 1700 Fine, Jeton NUREMBERG FRANGIT ET ATOLLIT CEPHALUS PROCRIS 28mm Fine, mounted
Papal & Austrian Medals (4), 16th C issues, League against Turks 1571 by Rossi, Cardinal Granvella by G. Melon, John of Austria by G. Melon, Pope Julius II medal, rev. fortresas & ships. All bronze issues, cast or later struck. GVF. (4).
Admiral Vernon/Capture of Portobello 1739 Obverse with 3/4 length portrait, Fine, BirminghamTaylor and Challen Minting Machinery Coining Press 1903 EF with lustre, Austria One Gulden 1854A NEF, JapanVictoriaJubilee Medal 1887 Hyogo and Ozaka EF, A.Negro Token Cooperativa Genova Fine, First Congress of Medicine 1902 Reverse Sphinx and Pyramids GVF, Medal Battle of Jutland 1916 45mm diameter in Silver Eimer 1951 Toned UNC
EMC (European Medal Club) a 6-Medal Set 39mm in Silver all depicting scenes from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, UK Europa and Zeus/ Europa and Bottom, Finland European Capital of Culture 2000, Austria depicting Sigmund Freud and a dynamic interpretation of Europa and Zeus, Belgium 500th Anniversary of the Birth of Emperor Charles V 2000, Germany (Hamburg) depicting Charles the Great and Europa and Zeus, Netherlands depicting Rijks Museum 1800-2000 and Europa and Zeus FDC cased as issued with certificates, EMC (European Medal Club) an 8-medal set 39mm in Silver with medals from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway and the UK each depicting scenes from Greek Mythology FDC cased as issued with certificates
George VCoronation 1911 Obverse Conjoined busts of King George V and Queen Mary GEORGIVS V. REX ET MARIA REG with BRONZE stamped below the bust, About EF, Death of Queen Adelaide 27mm diameter in White Metal Eimer 1436 Obverse half-length bust, wearing a bonnet and draped, HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN DOWAGER ADELAIDE. BORN 13 AUG 1792. Reverse ADELAIDE BORN 13 AUG: DIED 9 DEC: 1849 on a tomb, above BELOVED LAMENTED GEF, Germany and Austria-Hungary Franz Joseph I/Humbert I/Wilhelm II bronze medal 1892 Reverse EINIGKEIT MACHT STARK with the three shields of the respective countries NEF/EF
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