GB (8) and Europe (15) GB Queen Anne's Bounty 1704 Eimer 404 45mm diameter in silver GF, Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 Eimer 288b (cast) VF with some light tooling, Battle of Waterloo 1815 Eimer 1068 in silver, Fine, Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 25mm diameter in silver EF toned, Elizabeth I oval medal in silver (?) 48mm x 40mm, Obverse bust left, reverse coat of arms legend HONI SOIT Y MAL Y PENSE on both sides, with loop mount at top, British Colonization 1670 as Eimer 244 a cast copy in base metal, Good Fine, George IVCoronation and Visit to Hanover 1821 39mm diameter in bronze GF cleaned, Dassier Cast copies in base metal Cromwell (2) and Elizabeth I and another Cromwell cast example, Europe includes France Silver Jettons (4) 1750 City of Nemours 28.5mm diameter in silver, VF toned, undatedLouis XV 28.5mm diameter LATE CVNCTA PROFUNDIT (2) different bust types, NEF and GVF, Louis IV 1700 Hercules facing, 28.5mm in silver Good Fine, France Jetton undated Louis XVI 24mm diameter in brass (?) OMNIBVS NON SIBI reverse, EF, France Jetton in bronze 26.5mm diameter Reverse inscription in 7 lines Les Habitants de Lille ont bienmerite de la patrie de crete de la conv on nat le 12 Octobre 1792 EF, France Jeton Louis XVI France undated Obverse bust right, Reverse a rural scene VF, Abbe Suger 1820 41mm diameter in bronze by Dupaulis VF holed, Death of King Gustav Adolf II 1932 cat, EF, along with a further three pieces these worn and unattributed
Napoleonic and related in bronze (10) comprising Napoleons first Victory 1796 40mm diameter, by Gayard, 1798 Conquest of Egypt 41mm diameter by Brenet, Peace of 1801 40mm diameter by Bucher, Coronation 1804 in Paris 40mm by Andreu/Jeuffroy, Vienna captured 1805 42mm diameter by L.Manfredini, Supremacy as Emperor 1806 40mm by Andrieu, Battle of Salamanca by Brenet for Mudie, Louis XIV Entry into Paris 1814 40mm diameter by Andrieu/Brenet, Napoleon Return from Elba 1815 40mm diameter by Brenet, Napoleon death 1821 40mm diameter by Brenet, GVF to GEF an interesting group, with the attribution tickets and purchase prices
AnneAccession 1702 by Croker, silver, Good Fair, Coronation of Caroline 1717 by Croker, silver, Fair, George III Coronation 1761, silver (Eimer 695) Fair, Death of George III 1820 by Kempson, bronze, Prince Albert Chancellor of Cambridge University 1847, bronze. VF. Together with eight other Royalty medals. (13)
Churchill - Death of Churchill 1965 25mm diameter in base metal Lustrous UNC, 1965 Bicentenary of the Revetment Act 25mm diameter in base metal, Lustrous UNC, both by S.G.M.Adams of Leeds , apparently never offered for sale
Death of John Bell, 1770, 35mm diameter in silver, unsigned, Obverse: family arms, (Wickford, Essex), an insect either side, IOHANNI BELL NATVRAE ET ANTIQVITATIS INDAGATORI, Reverse: a funerary urn on plinth, BHM 143. EF and with an attractive tone, the obverse with some surface marks
Memorial Medal for Fran Carol Marshall, silver, 40mm., obv. bust left, rev. inscription within wreath "NATA XXI MAII MDCCCXII DENATA XVIII IVNII MCMI and below ANNO AETATIS NONAGESIMO, Death of Frederick Duke of York 1827 40mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1189 var GEF, Queen Caroline Return to England 1820 40mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1130 GEF
Death of Sir Ralph Abercromby, by T.Halliday, bronze, 40mm. (Eimer 930), Repeal of the Test and Corporation Act 1828, bronze, 43mm., (Eimer 1199), Marriage of Victoria to Prince Albert 1840, by B. Wyon, bronze, 46mm. (Eimer 1336),Victoria Golden Jubilee Medal 1887, by J.C., bronze gilt, 45mm., Italy "Vincentivs Monti Vates" medal by Putinati, bronze, 35mm., Prussia, Frederick the Great medal for Rossbach & Leuthen 1757, bronze, 48mm. Generally GVF. (6).
Death of Charles James Fox 1806, by T.Webb, bronze, Death of William Pitt 1806 by Webb, bronze, obverses of first two discoloured, Colonial and Indian Exhibition London 1886, by L.C.Wyon, bronze. GVF. Together with a Royal Tournament medal and an H.M.S. Royal Sovereign medal, both silver. (5).
Anne Jetton 1701 & 1711 (imitation Shillings, and 6d 1761 bronze), George III & Charlotte, 1762, bronze, Charlotte 1773, bronze, Coronation of Caroline 1727, by J.Croker, bronze, Fair. Marriage of Princess Charlotte 1816, pierced, Death of Princess Charlotte 1817, Death of George III, w/m, & brass. Fair or better (10)
Hardy, Thelwall and Tooke, Acquitted of High Treason 1794, w/m., Fair, Repeal of Sacramental Test 1828 by S.Clint, bronze, some edge nicks GVF, Protestant Ascendancy 1845, obv. Bust of William III, pierced, gilt metal, Death of Duke of Wellington 1852 by Allen & Moore, w/m., AVF, Williams Memorial Prize Fund, founded in 1891, bronze, GVF with catalogue ink numbers. (5).
Churchill and related, Death of Churchill 1965 (2) 56mm and 39mm diameter in silver by F.Kovacs Eimer 2104a and 2104b UNC in the Spink boxes, one with certificate, Death of Churchill 1965 Obverse Full facing portrait Reverse V for Victory-sign, 56mm and 39mm in silver, boxed with certificate, Death of Churchill 1965 51mm diameter in bronze, in the red box of issue, Churchill Centenary of Birth 1974 a 4-piece set in 39mm diameter silver by Toye, Kenning and Spencer Ltd., each medal depicting residences of Churchill (10 Downing Street, Blenheim Palace, Chequers House and Chartwell Manor) UNC toned in the box of issue
Death of Oliver Cromwell 1658 Eimer 202b a later cast copy weighing 2.85 grammes, Obverse draped bust left OLIVAR.D.G.R P ANG.SCO. HIB&PROTECTOR, Reverse a young olive tree beside a shepherd with flock, 21mm x 19mm oval, Good Fine/Fine with a suspension loop
Death of Isaac Newton 1727 43mm diameter in bronze by J.DassierEimer 505 Obverse: Bust almost facing, draped, head three-quarters right, ISAACVS NEWTONVS Reverse: Newton's monument in Westminster Abbey, the base inscribed NAT.1642 M.1726 UNC toned with a few very light contact marks, Ex-J.Elsen & Sons Auction 101 Lot 1706
John Lennon 1940 - 1980 crown sized gold medal by the Royal Mint and in their white presentation case with certificate, FDC. John Lennon was the founder member of the most famous and commercially successful rock band of all time The Beatles, still today 34 years after his death wherever in the world background music is playing it never seems long before the Beatles is heard
East Indiaman Kent Medal 1825 48mm diameter in silver by T.HallidayEimer 1178 Obverse: A burning ship from which departs a rowing boat carrying survivors towards another ship Ex.1.March 1825 Reverse TO COMMEMORATE THE DESTRUCTION OF THE KENT EAST INDIAMAN BY FIRE, IN THE BAY OF BISCAY, AND THE RECEPTION ON BOARD THE BRIGCAMBRIA WILLIAM COOK, MASTER OF 547 PERSONS THUS PROVIDENTIALLY DELIVERED FROM DEATH, in the centre, FROM FALMOUTH, TRURO, HELSTON, PENRYN, AND ST.IVES, the edge inscribed EDWARD CONNELLY CHIEF MATE, these medals in silver with their edges inscribed, were awarded to those participating in the rescue. EF and lustrous with some contact marks on the obverse, in a maroon box
Death of Edward VII 1910 WE4971 76mm diameter in gilt copper, Obverse Bust almost facing, Crowned, draped and holding a sceptre EDWARD' VII.D'G' REX.ET.ET.IMP Reverse EDWARD THE SEVENTH BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND, AND OF ALL THE BRITISH DOMINIANS BEYOND THE SEAS, KING, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH, EMPEROR OF INDIA BORN NOVEMBER, 1841. ASCENDED THE THRONE 22ND JANUARY, 1901.CROWNED, 9TH AUGUST, 1902 DIED 6TH MAY, 1910 UNC in the original box of issue
Death of Charles I 51mm diameter in bronze by J. and N.Roettier Eimer 162 Obverse: Bust right, armoured and draped. CAROL.D.G.M.B.F.ET.H.REX.&.GLOR.MEM. Reverse a hand issuing from heaven hold a celestial crown, below, sheep in a landscape, VF in a presentation box
Death of Mary II 1694 49mm diameter in copper Eimer 362 Obverse Bust right MARIA.II.D.G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA Reverse SVBLATAM EX OCVLIS QVAERIMVS INVIDI with NAT APR 30 1662 MOR.DEC 28 1694 in four lines in the centre NVF/VF
Death of Winston Churchill 1965, by F.Kovaks for Spink, silver, 56mm.rim stamped silver, 80gms. Obv. bust facing with books & paint brushes, rev. " Very Well Alone" from cartoon by David Low. In red case of issue with leaflet, EF
Death of Charles James Fox 1806 Obverse Bust Right, draped, C.I.FOX OB. SEP.XIII MDCCCVI Reverse Victory standing facing upon a globe marked with Britain. LIBERTATIS . HVMANITATISQVE VINDEX Eimer 979 NEF with some contact marks
Death of Winston Churchill 1965 (2) Obverse Bust almost facing, draped, books and paint brushes on a shelf behind, exergue Winston Churchill 1874-1965 Reverse a soldier standing defiantly on a sea-shore, aircraft above, Ex. VERY WELL ALONE one 39mm diameter. the other 56mm diameter both in silver UNC and in Red Spink boxes
VaticanPapal Medal 32mm diameter in bronze undated (1667-1669) Obverse Bust of Pope Clement IX, left, wearing camauro, mozzetta, and stole. CLEM.IX.PONT.MAX.AN.II Reverse PACE POPVLIS SVIS A DOMINO CONCESSA, Procession of clergy in St. Peter's Square, entering basilica to celebrate a Te Deum for the Peace of Aachen. [Moroni XIV, 55] Fine, Plymouth Burrator Reservoir 1898 44mm diameter in White Metal, Obverse 'PLYMOUTH 21st SEPR 1898 THE BURRATOR RESERVOIR CONSTRUCTE TO AVERT THE DANGER & HARDSHIP TO WHICH THE TOWN WAS FORMERLY LIABLE WAS THIS DAY COMPLETED.THIS MEDAL WAS STRUCK TO COMMEMORATE THE EVENT AND IS THE GIFT OF J.T.BOND MAYOR 1891-1896-1898 in 13 lines Reverse view of the reservoir and surrounding area COMMENCED 9th AUGUST 1893. AREA IS 116 ACRES. CAPACITY 651,000,000 GALLONS, EF, Borough of Plymouth 1896 38mm diameter in White Metal Obverse Town arms, Reverse BOROUGH OF PLYMOUTH CREATED 1439 WILLIAM KETHRICHE MAYOR EXTENDED 1896 J.T.BOND MAYOR in 6 lines EF holed at the top, Lusitania medal 1915 55mm diameter cast Eimer 1914a EF, Death of Princess Charlotte 1817 25mm diameter in base metal Fine, FranceParis undated 10-sided in base metal Obverse C.DETOUCHE 228 RUE ST.MARTIN 230, Reverse MAISON DE CONFIANCE ORFEVRERIE INVARIABLE PRIX FIXE HORLOGERIE BIJOUTERIE JOAILLERIE Fine
Death of Guillaume de Lamoignon in 1677 27mm diameter in bronze Obverse bust right GUILLAUME DE LAMOIGNON Reverse a tombstone inscribed P.PRESIDENT AU PARLEMENT DE PARIS M.1677 Exergue I.D.F About EF with a rim cud, the surfaces slightly uneven
Death of Charles Fox 1806 54mm diameter in copper by T.WebbEimer 979 Obverse Bust right, draped, C.I.FOX OB. SEP. XIII MDCCCVI . Reverse Victory standing facing, upon a globe marked with Britain. LIBERTATIS. HVMANITATISQVE VINDEX.NEF with a few surface nicks
Death of Prince Albert 1861 64mm diameter in white metal Obverse Bust Left HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALBERT, Reverse Britannia, mournful, seated on a recumbent lion beside a tomb, inscribed THE PRINCE CONSORT DIED DECE 14 1861 AGED 42 on facia IN MEMORY OF HIS OBSEQUIES AT WINDSOR DECEM. 1861 Wreath Border by Ottley Eimer 1547 About EF/EF
International Medical Congress, London, 1881 Obverse Bust left, crowned, veiled and draped, VICTORIA QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND: EMPRESS OF INDIA Reverse Three supplicant figures, one holding an infant, kneeling before Aesculapius; beyond, a globe and the departing figures of Death. INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CONGRESS, LONDON. JAMES PAGET, PRES. WILLIAM MAC CORMAC, HON. SEC. GEN. Exergue: 1881 Eimer 1683 77mm diameter in copper UNC with a couple of tone spots on the reverse
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
Death of Sir Francis Bacon 1626 in copper 42mm by J.Dassier (struck c.1740) Eimer 107 Obv. Bust three-quarters right, draped, FRANCISC. BACON Rev. Aurora floating on a cloud, approaches the Earth, sun rising. NON PROCUL DIES, UNC
19th Century Larger (over 50mm) White Metal issues (4) 1831 Coronation by T.W.Ingram, 1806 Death of William Pitt by Halliday, 1824 Sir Walter Scott by W.Wyon, 1806 Death of Charles Fox by Webb EF or better
George IICoronation Medal 1727, by J Croker, silver, 34mm. AVF. Death of The Duke of York 1827 by T.Webb, WM, VF. Jubilee 1897, silver. Together with Churchill Medals (4) bronze, in case and two other foreign bronze medals. Generally GVF unless stated otherwise
Death of Princess Charlotte 1817 by Webb/Mills, silver, rev. seated Britannia (Eimer 1097), rare, AEF, slight surface scratches, another by Kempson (BHM 944). Visit of Queen Charlotte to Bath 1817, by P.Kempson, bronze & scarce
Royalty related medallets/counters (8) in brass or copper, around 24mm dia., includes coronation 1702 by Croker (Eimer 391), The Church Preserved 1714, Coronation 1761, Caroline Marriage 1768, Louis Restored 1814 this pierced, Death of Geo.III 1820, Geo.IV Coronation 1821, William IV Coronation 1831. Generally GVF or better.
Death of Charles James Fox 1806 by T.Webb, bronze, University of Edinburgh Chemistry Prize Medal 1859, bronze, Prince Albert, Chancellor of Cambridge University 1847, rev. Senate House interior, Truro Cathedral 1887, bronze. EF
Death of Charles Duke of Lorraine, Governor of Belgium 1780 Obv. Draped bust right, D.CAROLO ALEX.LOTH.BELG.PRAEF.OPT.PRINC, Reverse Memorial MEMORIAE AETERNAE Exergue. MORITVR.IV.NON.JVLII MDCCCLXXX UNC with superb green, gold and red tone
Death of Queen Mary 1694 Eimer 362 49mm diameter in Copper. Obverse Bust right draped MARIA.II.D.G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA Reverse NAT.APR 30. 1662. MOR. DEC 28. 1694 in the centre. SVBLATAM EX OCVLIS QVAERIMVS INVIDI, by J. or N. Roettiers VF once cleaned now almost fully retoned
Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORASTIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' Ex COMMENCED BUILDING 1789. LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16TH 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM THE COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP diameter 37mm in copper Good VF boxed, Centenary of the Death of Nelson 1905 28mm in bronze Obverse Nelson standing with scroll beneath DEATH OF NELSON OCT 21 1805 CENTENARY MEMENTO OCT 21 1905. PRESENTED BY BRITISH AND FOREIGN SAILORS SOCIETY CONTAINING VICTORY COPPER FROM THE LORDS ADMIRALTY, Reverse Ship VICTORY TRAFALGAR OCT 21 1805 beneath, ENGLAND EXPECTS THAT EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY. THANK GOD I HAVE DONE MY DUTY Good EF Lustrous
Death of Martin Tromp 1653, silver, cast & chased, 73mm. Dia., obv. Bust of Tromp with cherubs above and inscription below, rev. Naval engagement with sinking English ship in foreground and surrounded by inscription. (Eimer186). Pierced otherwise very fine. Martin Tromp, a Dutch Admiral fought against England in 1652-3 and was killed in the Battle of Terhejide on Aug. 10 1653.
Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp Death Medal 74mm diameter in base metal Obverse an impressive high relief facing portrait surrounded by Angel and Cherub, Reverse a NavalBattle scene, Waarom deet muller Tromp door kunst vangaut in filver leeven : am dat hy dys
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