Birth of Prince Charles 1630 Obverse four Heart-shaped shields of England and France, Scotland, France and Ireland Reverse a decorative tablet upon which 'HONOR'. PRIN'. MAG'. BRIT'. FRA'. ET'. HIB'. NAT', 29 MAI'. ANN' EF the reverse with some dark toning
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
Union of England and Scotland 1707 25mm diameter in silver Eimer 424b on a thin flan Good Fine, Union of England and Scotland undated (1707) 24mm diameter in silver Eimer 425 var Reverse British Arms within garter, crowned by winged genii, SEMPER EADEM on ribbons below VF struck on a thin flan
Olympic Games 1936 Berlin 40mm diameter Judge's breast badge, VF in damaged box, Nazi canteen token 50 Reichspfennig 1939 Fine with some verdigris, Anglo-German Youth Movement badge Capel Morris 1936 England, by Thomas Fattorini Ltd, Regent Street London in three colours
The Kings and Queens of England by Pinches (1978 by Franklin Mint) a collection of 43 Silver Proof Florin-sized medals portraying each monarch. Housed in a large blue hardback album nFDC-FDC a few with toning
Resolution and Adventure Medal 1772 Eimer 744a 43mm diameter in copper showing the distinctive die break to the left of the exergue. Obverse Bust of George III laureate. GEORGE III. KING. OF. GR. BRITAIN. FRANCE. AND. IRELAND ETC. Reverse Two Ships at sea RESOLVTION ADVENTURE. Exergue. SAILED . FROM. ENGLAND MARCH MDCCLXXII Fine for wear, with corroded surfaces as is normal on this issue, and showing the mount mark at the top as do all examples. Eimer states:- 'The medal was commissioned by naturalist and benefactor Joseph Banks (1743-1820) who was to have accompanied Captain James Cook on his second voyage (1728-1729) but withdrew at a late stage. These medals were distributed at more than 30 places and generally show up in a worn and weathered state. 2000 medals are said to have been produced made from an alloy of copper, lead, zinc and tin. A further 142 example were struck in silver and 2 in gold. All examples appear to have been struck from a cracked die, as does this example.' Only a handful of examples have been discovered, mainly in New Zealand. Examples are held in the collections of Te Papa and the National Museum of Australia. A truly rare piece.
England's Ashes Victory 2005 crown sized gold medal 22 carat 39.9 grams commemorating the England cricket team's victory in a five test match series over Australia in 2005. May become a rarity as it is likely to be a while before another such commemorative can be issued. FDC cased as issued by the Royal Mint with certificate
Union of England and Scotland 1707 25mm diameter in bronze Eimer 425 by J.Croker Obverse Bust left draped, Reverse Arms of Britain on escutcheon, supported on a platform inscribed SEMPER EADEM decorated with a rose and thistle, with two infant genii supporting a crown above the arms, and collar and George of the Garter below EF
Union of England and Scotland 1707 25mm diameter in silver Eimer 425 by J.Croker Obverse Bust left draped, Reverse Arms of Britain on escutcheon, supported on a platform inscribed SEMPER EADEM decorated with a rose and thistle, with two infant genii supporting a crown above the arms, and collar and George of the Garter below NEF
Marriage of Princess Victoria to Frederick William of Prussia 1858 63mm diameter in silver Eimer 1517 Obverse Busts conjoined left with Victoria laureate VICTORIA PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND * FREDERICK WILLIAM PRINCE OF PRUSSIA Reverse JANUARY XXV MDCCCLVIII within a wreath by L.C.Wyon GEF lightly toned with some hairlines in the fields
Tribute to Henrietta Maria 1628 by N. Briot, silver, 29mm. Obv. shields of England & France, rev. tree. (Eimer110) Surface scratches AVF. Charles & Maria silver jetton, 27mm, obv. conjoined busts, rev. three crowns & crossed swords. AVF. (2).
Anne, Union of England & Scotland 1707 by J Croker, silver 25mm. Victoria New Model Crown bimetal, Dessau's Calendar 1895 by R.E. Daish Edinburgh / John Shaw Stock & Share Dealer, Investiture Caernarvon Castle 1969, silvered metal. (4) in mixed grades VF-EF
Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 69mm diameter in copper BHM 3586 Obverse the Queen veiled, draped and crowned QUEEN OF ENGLAND EMPRESS OF INDIA DIAMOND JUBILEE 1837 1901 VICTORIA, Reverse IN COMMEMORATION OF THE LONGEST REIGN ON RECORD with VICTORIA QUEEN EMPRESS BORN MAY 1819 ASCENDED THE THRONE JUNE 1837 MARRIED FEBRUARY 1840 SIXTIETH YEAR OF HER REIGN 1897 in eight lines on a backdrop of a map of the Commonwealth EF
VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 in white metal (2) Obverse Bust left veiled and crowned, VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX 1897 below bust, Reverse Shields of EnglandIreland and Scotland crowned at the top IN COMMEMORATION OF THE SIXTIETH YEAR OF HER MAJESTY'S REIGN EF-UNC with some scuffs, Battle of Trafalgar Boulton's medal a later restrike with die deterioration evident on both sides with 'Daniel Bradley Conqueror' engraved above the design in the reverse field Good Fine
International Exhibition 1862 and other medals by Ottley, eight white metal medals in damaged display case (lid detached), Prince Albert Memorial 1862, Chronology of the Reigns of England, International Exhibition 1862 (6) slightly different designs and sizes. AEF
Marriage of Princess Beatrice to Prince Henry of Battenberg 1885 64mm diameter in copper by A.WyonEimer 1718 Obverse Busts Left conjoined .PRINCESS BEATRICE OF ENGLAND. Reverse Armorial Shields of the couple with ribbon below, inscribed .23. JULY . 1885 . All within an ornamental quatrefoil EF
Union of England and Scotland 1707 Obverse Bust Left draped ANNA.D:G.MAG.BR.FR.ET.HIB:REG. Reverse Arms of Britain on escutcheon, supported on a platform inscribed SEMPER EADEM, decorated with a rose and thistle, twi infant genii support a crown above the arms, and collar and George of the Garter below Eimer 425 34mm diameter in bronze EF with a small green patch to the left of the Crown
Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 (3) Obverse Bust left crowned and veiled QUEEN OF ENGLAND EMPRESS OF INDIA DIAMOND JUBILEE 1837 * 1897 VICTORIA below, Reverse IN COMMEMORATION OF THE LONGEST REIGN ON RECORD with VICTORIA QUEEN & EMPRESS BORN MAY 1819 ASCENDED THE THRONE JUNE 1837 MARRIED FEBRUARY 1840 SIXTIETH YEAR OF HER REIGN 1897 in nine lines within, three medals one each in Copper, Lead and White metal GVF to EF
Battle of TrafalgarNelson Memorial 1805 in copper 48mm by Kuchler Eimer 960 BHM 584 Obv. Bust facing left uniformed HORATIO .VISCOUNT NELSON .K.B. DUKE OF BRONTE Rev.a panoramic view of the naval engagement ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY Ex. TRAFALGAR Oct 21 1805 Edge TO THE HEROES OF TRAFALGAR FROM M.BOULTON GEF with an edge bruise in original Matthew Boulton 'Clamshell' case Ex-Matthew Boulton
The Queen's Beasts issued 1977 a 10 medal set in silver each weighing 48.4 grammes comprising elliptical pieces depicting 'The Black Bull of Clarence', 'The Beaufort Yale', 'The Red Dragon of Cadwalader','The White Lion of Mortimer','The White Greyhound of Richmond','The Scottish Unicorn', 'The White Horse of Hanover','The Lion of England','The Falcon of the Plantagenets' and 'The Griffin of King Edward III' UNC in a long wooden box with certificates
Union of England and Scotland 1707 69mm diameter in silver by J.Croker. Obverse Bust left Crowned and draped, ANNA. DEI. GRATIA. MAG: BRITAN: FRA: ET. HIB: REGINA. Reverse Statue of Anne as Pallas NOVAE. PALLADIVM.TROIAE Eimer 423 EF with a few light contact marks
Assorted medals (6), The Bible Band of Britain, bronze, National Rifle Assoc. medal, bronze, Chronology of The reigns of England, wm. Jean De La Bruyere Medal 1819, bronze. Francis Henry Egerton, Earl of Bridgewater Medal, bronze, German Koln Cathedral medal, wm. Generally GVF.
Kings and Queens of England a rare 44 miniature medal set in 22 carat gold, each piece depicting a monarch's portrait with shield in garter reverse and each piece individually hallmarked as 22 carat gold on the rim and weighing 3.1 grams, Unc and displayed in a presentation box
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.
The Kings and Queens of England by Pinches (1970) a collection of 43 Silver Proof Crown-sized medals portraying each monarch. Housed in a large red hardback album nFDC-FDC some with toning, plus Crowns (4) 1977 (3), 1981A/UNC-UNC, Halfcrown 1967 VF
Coronation & Royalty medals including George 1 Coronation 1714 by Croker, silver, (Eimer 467), Peace between England & France 1814, white metal, Silver wedding 1863 (1.2cm), Coronation 1902, gilt metal (BHM 3836), other Coronation Medals worn with ribbons
Universal Exhibition of London 1862 by Massonnet of Paris Obverse VICTORIA QUEEN OF ENGLAND Bust facing left by A.Bovy, Reverse the exterior of the Exhibition building UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION OF LONDON 1862 in three lines in the exergue UNC in the round case
Union of England and Scotland 1707 as Eimer 425 Obverse Bust draped left facing, ANNA D:G: MAG: BR: FRA: ET: HIB: REG: Reverse Arms of Britain on escutcheon, supported on a platform inscribed SEMPER EADEM decorated with a rose and thistle: two infant geni
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