Duke of Wellington 1815 51mm diameter in white metal by Allen and Moore, Birmingham, Obverse bust left, ARTHUR DUKE OF WELLINGTON , Reverse a monument with Britannia positioned to the left, crying, with a lion lying on the ground humbly and an angel offering a crown of laurels to the right. GVF
VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 the Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze UNC in contemporary box (not Royal Mint). Edward VIICoronation 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue A./UNC in the Royal Mint box. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 The official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver UNC toned, in the red box of issue. George VI Coronation 1937 The official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver UNC toned in the red box of issue. Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 by W.O.Lewis, Birmingham Reverse: Britannia standing on a seashore, with trident, shield and anchor, behind to her right a plinth with Crown, sceptre and drapery, in the distance, a ship and lighthouse, 46mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed. Sandy Horticultural Medal 1931 Reverse Sandy Place in silver boxed UNC, as part of a mixed group (16) includes many prize medals, EF to UNC boxed, and a Crown 1889 VF in a silver brooch mount, this boxed, along with an album of USA (88) mostly modern Masonic tokens with some wooden nickels, in mixed grades
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
Queens of the British Isles a 9-medal set by the Birmingham Mint each medal depicting a different monarch, each medal 44-45 grammes of .925 silver, UNC-FDC in the box of issue, one medal with a line of discolouration, The Falkland Islands Campaign 1982 a 9-medal set each medal 25 grammes of .925 silver FDC in the case of issue with leaflet, 400th Anniversary of the Spanish Armada 1588-1988 Silver 5 ounce Medal by the Royal Mint UNC lightly toning, in the box of issue with certificate
Great British Regiments, an impressive collection, by the Birmingham Mint, housed in a large wooden lockable box, with key containing 52 x 50 mm medals each depicting a Regiment in active service and the details of their achievements, along with a badge for each regiment, each medal around 45 grammes of sterling silver, FDC in the impressive wooden box of issue, only the second such set we have offered
Jubilee 1897 by M.B. Ltd (Mint Birmingham), 40mm bronze & silver in red presentation case. Together with a similar, silver, in red round card case. 38mm. EF. See BHM nos. 3547, 3548 and 3549. Only 39 manufactured (3)
International Philatelic Exhibition 1936 New York Rider on galloping horse, awarded to Fred Schulze, reverse inscribed GIBRALTAR AND MALTA (COMBINED) silvered with gold horse and rider EF, International Philatelic Exhibition Vienna 1933 (2) 89mm x 69mm in bronze EF boxed, to Fred Schulze, Birmingham, and 42mm x 38mm in silver, Gibraltar and Malta, GEF boxed, International Philatelic Exhibition Basle 1948 40mm x 40mm silvered EF boxed, inscribed MALTA awarded to Fred Schulze Birmingham, all except the first in original cases, along with Birmingham Philatelic Society (2) the 'La Trobe' medal 1942-1943 Mafeking, in gilt silver awarded to Fred Schulze, EF boxed, Birmingham Philatelic Society Golden Jubilee 1936 in base metal UNC boxed
Buildings (4), Abbey Church Bath by Carter, Birmingham (2) bronze & golded white metal, 50mm., Clifton suspension bridge opened 1864, by J. Moore, white metal, 45mm. Royal Exchange London opened 1844, rev. Wellington Statue, white metal, 38mm., edge knock. Good fine or better (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
Football Medals (3) Dominian of Canada Football Championship Connaught Cup Finals 1913 awarded to J.Ryder Ormskirk and District Amateur Football League Runners up 1904-1905 awarded to M.Ryder Ormskirk Rovers by Vaughton of Birmingham, plus a third medal unnamed, all three in silver NVF to GVF
Silver ingots; Royal Palaces by Birmingham Mint, 12 x 31.8gms each, in wooden case. Queen's Visit to the U.S. 1976 (48.2gms), Royal Cyphers 1977 x 2 (42.8 gms each). The 100 greatest cars silver miniature collection (full set of 25 packets with 4 medals in each).
Free Grammar School Birmingham Present Edifice erected 1836 52mm diameter in bronze Obverse Bust of Edward VI almost full face EDWARDUS VI LAUS DEO Reverse: View of the building FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BIRMINGHAM. FOUNDED BY KING EDWARD VI A.D 1552 REBUILT 1707. PRESENT EDIFICE ERECTED 1836 REV.FRANCIS JEUNE D.C.L. REV. SYDNEY GEDGE M.A.MASTERS C.BARRY ARCHITECT in 6 lines A/UNC toned
The Marriage of HRH the Prince of Wales and HRH Princess Alexandra 1863 51mm diameter in White Metal by Ottley of Birmingham, Eimer 1563 EF, France Series Numismatica (2) Ludovicvs Galvani (Physiologist) 41mm diameter in bronze, by Caque, A/UNC, Ludovicvs Lacaille (Astronomer) 41mm diameter in bronze by Schmit A/UNC
Discovery in Silver a 24-medal set by the Birmingham Mint, each in .925 silver and weighing 40 grammes depicting the World's Great Explorers Proof nFDC to FDC in red book-style cases of issue each with accompanying text
Canada Brewers and Allied Traders International Exhibition and Market (2) Cider in Cask and Bottled Cider prize medals 1913 44mm diameter weights 46.34 grammes and 46.30 grammes both choice UNC in Sulley and Rangers cases. Prize Medal Poultry Best Breed 1932-1933 40mm diameter in silver by P.Stall, Birmingham awarded to Miss N.B.Maddison GEF boxed
James Watt & Co Bronze 37mm diameter, Obverse Boulton & Watt conjoined busts right. No legend J Moore F. 1871 below busts, Reverse JAMES WATT & CO. LATE BOULTON & WATT ENGINEERS LONDON. & SOHO BIRMINGHAM in six lines GVF with some rim nicks and a stain on the reverse, Ex-Michael Freeman
Miscellaneous in bronze and white metal 1834-1932 (8) includes Birmingham Town Hall, Gainsborough Toll Bridge, 1925 Railway Centenary VF-AU, Coronation Provincial issues 1902-1937 (7) in base metals GVF-AU
Coronation 1911 by Mackennal, frosted silver, 51mm. (Eimer 1922), another by The Birmingham Mint with boat and trumpeter's on reverse, bronze. Investiture of Edward Prince of Wales 1911, Official Royal Mint issue, silver. All three in cases of issue and EF
School Medals (3) Walthamstow Education Committee bronze medal awarded to P. Travers for regular and punctual attendance 1908; Alleyns School Dulwich C.J.Rappard, Class IV,100 yds.,1925, bronze; Edward VI Schools in Birmingham to L.A.Kirby on election to a foundation scholarship 1966, silvered metal. Extremely fine
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