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London Coins Auction 164
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Canterbury : Medals

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 163
Medals Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288a (Struck) Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a cap and clerically robed GVIL.SANCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688. Reverse Seven s containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, edge: SI FRACTUS ILLABATUR ORBIS IMPAUIDOS FERIENT RUINAE. GVF toned. Cataloguers Note : William Sancroft (1617-1693) Archbishop of refused to read 's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting s and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
£130

Auction 153
Medals Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288b (cast, 49mm diameter with plain edge) Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a cap and clerically robed GVIL.SNCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688. Reverse Seven s containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, NEF, scratched and lightly tooled in the fields, Cataloguers Note : William Sancroft (1617-1693) Archbishop of refused to read 's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting s and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
£50

Auction 147
Medals I Memorial medal 1694 by J., bronze from the series of English , 41mm., William Wake, Archbishop of 1725, by Dassier, bronze, 42mm. From the series of reformers. GVF.
£55

Auction 146
Medals Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288a (Struck) Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a cap and clerically robed GVIL.SANCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688. Reverse Seven s containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, edge: SI FRACTUS ILLABATUR ORBIS IMPAUIDOS FERIENT RUINAE. EF with grey toning and some edge nicks, Cataloguers Note : William Sancroft (1617-1693) Archbishop of refused to read 's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting s and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
£200 London Coins : A146 : Lot 1824 : Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288a (Struck) Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a ca... London Coins : A146 : Lot 1824 : Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288a (Struck) Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a ca...

Auction 127
Medals Chaucer and the Tales a 36-medal set in silver by Pinches (Medallists) Ltd. in an album the medals depicting Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas a Becket, and a scene from each of the Canterbury Tales nFDC-FDC some with toning, in a brown album with certificate, the album with some damage
£320

Auction 121
Medals Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288b Obverse: Bust facing right wearing a cap and clerically robed GVIL.SNCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688. Reverse Seven s containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White, and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, edge: Plain. Very Fine. Cataloguers Note : William Sancroft (1617-1693) Archbishop of refused to read 's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting s and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
£120

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