Tokens and medals a varied and interesting group (14) Edward VII Visit to London 1903 31mm diameter by Spink and Son NEF, Wirral and Birkenhead Agricultural Society 52mm diameter in silver awarded to Messrs Peter Patrick and Son for anti-sag gate hangings 1906 EF, France Watch fob of Schloss & co 1889 Universal Exposition 31mm diameter in silver, which reproduces in miniature the prize won by Schloss and Co. at the 1889 Exposition, NVF with fob mount at top, Argentina Constitution Jura 1854 32mm diameter in silver Fine, George IIIGolden Jubilee 1810 Eimer 1007var. 42mm diameter in bronze, Good Fine, Gaming Counters (3) George III, Anne and Maria Theresa obverses VG to Fine, USA Hard Times Token undated (c.1837) 'The Constitution as I understand it', 'Roman Firmness' mule reverse, Fine, Duchess of Gloucester Token 1774 in copper by J.Kirk Fine, some scratches, Copper token by Sparrow of Bishopsgate, 1823 Ironmongers, reverse hot air balloon, 'ASCENDED AT OXFORD JUNE 23 1823' Good Fine, Farthing token or medalet George IV 1821 21mm diameter in copper Fine, Halfpenny 19th Century Middlesex Political and Social Series 1794 DH1016 edge 'CURRENT EVERY WHERE', Fine, plus an unidentified ancient coin
Medals (9) Internation Exhibition Prize Medal 1862 77mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1553 to A.N.Sherson GVF, Queen VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 77mm diameter by the Corporation of LondonEimer 1816 EF, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 the Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze (2) EF and GEF both boxed, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 the official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter EF boxed, The Whitworth Memorial Medal 1968 Obverses bust left, reverse Whitworth Scholarships Founded 1968 A/UNC boxed, King George VSilver Jubilee (3) 32mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issues EF to GEF boxed
Olympic Games 1908 London, Commemorative medal 50mm diameter by B.Mackennal, silvered and toned, Eimer 1904 Obverse Fame standing upon a globe, facing, head right with trumpet and palm branch ELIS ATHENS PARIS St. LOUIS LONDON IN COMMEMORATION OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES HELD IN LONDON 1908 Reverse a quadriga advancing left, driven by two standing figures, inscribed Laughton on the edge, NEF
Medals (4) Robert Bentley Todd, Kings College London 1860, 76mm in bronze NEF, Lusitania medal 1915 EF, Italian Cinematic Medal 1960 40th Anniversary of Cinematography 70mm diameter in bronze, EF, Italy Rome 1973 Declaration of Human Rights 50mm Gilt in case
Olympic Games, London, 1908, a bronze medal for Lawn Tennis Men's Doubles by B. Mackennal for Vaughton, two allegorical figures seated holding a wreath above a standing figure, rev. St George riding left over dragon, angel at left, un-named, edge stamped vaughton, 33mm (GV 62.1; BHM 3964; E 1905; Peers, The Medal 23, p.31, fig.3). VF and very rare, in a contemporary box by Fattorini (Skipton and Bolton), we note a similar Olympic bronze medal realised over £4000 in auction in 2015. Cataloguers Note: The Olympic bronze medals for Men's Lawn Tennis Doubles were won in the 1908 London Games by Clement Cazalet and Charles Dixon
Set of three medals in a glass frame 55mm copper, Sir John Vanbrugh with Blenheim Palace reverse BLENHEIM in exergue Benj Wyon SC, Sir G. Gilbert Scott RA 1811 - 1878 reverse ART UNION OF LONDON over Edinburgh Cathedral EDINBURGH 1884 in exergue, Inigo Jones reverse with Banqueting House Whitehall 1616 all Unc
Visit of the King of Denmark Christian IX and Princess Louise to London 1893 75mm diameter in bronze, Eimer 1783, issued by the Corporation of London Obverse Busts right, conjoined, CHRISTIANUS IX ET LOUISE D:G: DANIAE V:G: REX ET REGINA, Reverse Londinia seated almost facing beside a pedestal decorated with a Danish shield, right, holding a streaming pennant inscribed WELCOME CHRISTIAN IX TO LONDON, beyond a facade of the Guildhall. Exergue: 8th July 1893, A/UNC in the box of issue, along with Queen VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1887 Borough of Lewes medal 44mm diameter in bronze toned UNC the reverse with some spots, in the box of issue, and a St.Dunstans Billiard Fund medal EF boxed
Quoiting Association Medals & badges, West London District Medals, Pimm Shield & Boyes Cup, c1920's (8), all 9ct gold and enamel. English Quoiting Association, all 9ct gold & enamel (6), Gold medals (8), from 1917-1927. Total weight for the 22 x 9ct gold medals is 111gms. Generally EF. (22)
Coronation of George V 1911 30mm diameter in silver, the Official Royal Mint issue, A/UNC in the Red box of issue, Coronation of George V 1911 32mm diameter in bronze by Fattorini, Bradford, UNC toned in the round red box of issue, Tristan da Cunha Five Pound Crown 2013 Birth of Prince George certificate unnamed as was first on the first day of the Prince's life Silver Proof FDC in a London Mint Office box, along with Tokens and medals a varied group (38) the tokens mostly 19th Century, in mixed grades, contained in an aluminium case
Quoiting Association Medals & badges, West London District Medals, Denison & Pimm Shield & Boyes Cup, c1920's & 30's (8), all hallmarked silver and enamel. Other Quoiting Association medals in silver or silver & enamel & (7), Lapel badges (2), the International badge hallmarked silver . Total weight for the silver medals 176gms. generally GVF. (17)
Exhibitions (4) International Exhibition 1862 by Wiener, struck at exhibition, silver plated, another for 1862 exhibition by Pinches, bronze. Fine Art Exhibition 1874 by Morgan, bronze, named on edge. Colonial and India Exhibition London 1886, by Wyon, bronze. GVF. (4)
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
International Medical Congress, London 1881 by Wyon, bronze, 77mm., edge impressed "Presented with the thanks of the executive committee to John Alexander Brand Esqre. Comptroller of the City of London" (Eimer 1683). GVF.
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).
Exhibitions (4), London 1862 by A.Bovy, white metal, International Exhibition 1862, by Dowler, white metal (Eimer 155), London Fine Arts Exhibition 1873, by Morgan to C. Le Bosquet Catalogue no. 5262, gilt lead, (Eimer 1622), Antwerp Exposition Anvers 1930, bronze, Fine or better. (4).
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).
Exhibitions (20), Exhibition of Art Treasures, Manchester 1857, w/m., International Exhibition 1862, Prize Medal (H.Hussey Vivian M.P. F.G.S. Juror Class 1), bronze, Fine Arts Exhibition 1873, gilded lead, Colonial and Indian Exhibition London 1886, bronze, together with 16 other exhibition medals. Generally VF or better (20).
Religion related medals (20) includes Baptist Union 20th Century Fund, w/m., Church Missionary Society Centenary 1899, w/m., Catholic Emancipation Centenary of Cardiff, bronze, Myers Coverdale, Bishop of Exeter, publication of First English Bible 1535-1835 w/m. (2), English Bible Tercentenary 1835, w/m., London Missionary Society Centenary 1895, bronze; Robert Raikes Sunday School medals (9), Sunday School Centenary, Wales 1885, w/m., Wesleyan Methodist medals (3). Generally VF. (20).
Masonic Jewels and regalia, a good collection awarded to F. Durbin, Union Lodge between 1924 and 1931. Ancient Order of Buffaloes jewels (9), seven silver gilt and enamel, one 9ct gold, 18gms, one 9ct gold and set with jewels, 19.2gms. All jewels hallmarked. Together with a 1939-45 Defence medal in card box of issue addressed to F. Durbin London SE5, Collar jewel with "Roll of Honour" clasps in base metal, Union Lodge apron and sash. In brown leather case.
Medals and tokens (17) a mixed group with many in silver includes Christ's Hospital Edward VI UNC boxed, City of London Brokers Pass James Hutchinson (c.1801) GVF, Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea 1955 55mm diameter in silver GVF, 1966 900th Anniversary of the Battle of Hastings William the Conqueror (2) 56mm diameter and 38mm diameter both EF, the remainder of Brighton interest mostly base metal in brass or white metal includes token issues in mixed grades
Royal Veterinary College Collegiate Medal, clinical Prize 1922, bronze, in case. Church of Scotland Training College Aberdeen, Joseph Ogilvie Medal, bronze, in case. Heriot - Watt College Edinburgh Prize Medal 1909-10, bronze, in case. German Gymnastic Society London, prize medal 1904, bronze. Netherlands, Liberation Medal 5th May 1945, bronze. Generally EF (5).
The Great Exhibition 1851 Eimer 1462 variant 45mm diameter in white metal by Allen and Moore, Obverse text in 15 lines, Reverse a view of the Exhibition Building in high relief THE BUILDING AT LONDON FOR THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 1851 UNC or near so and lustrous
Jernegan's Lottery 1736 39mm diameter in Silver by J.S.Tanner Eimer 537 Obverse: Minerva standing between military trophies and emblems of the Arts and Sciences. BOTH HANDS FILL'D FOR BRITAIN. Exergue: GEORGE REIGNING. Reverse Caroline royally robed, waters a grove of young palm trees. GROWING ARTS ADORN EMPIRE.. Exergue CAROLINE PROTECTING 1736 GVF and scarce thus Note: originally given to purchasers of a Lottery Ticket for a silver cistern made by Henry Jernegan (d.1761) a London goldsmith and banker
Colonial and Indian Exhibition London 1886 51mm diameter in bronze by L.C.WyonEimer 1725 Obverse: bust of Prince Edward left ALBERT EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT Reverse COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION LONDON 1886 in 5 lines within wreath A/UNC
South London Working Classes Industrial Exhibition 1865 Medal of Merit 51mm diameter in silver by R.W Martin and J.Moore Reverse MEDAL OF MERIT surrounded by names of artists, inventors and other prominent people About EF
Medals (10) LondonInternational Exhibition of all Fine Arts 1874 51mm in bronze UNC, Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1887 Leyland Free Library and Museum EF, Art Union of London 1849 Inigo Jones Reverse Banqueting House Whitehall 1616 54mm in copper EF, Universal Exhibition of London 1862 50mm in bronze EF, Nelson and the Foudroyant 38mm in copper VF with some spots, Prize Medal Muirkirk Photographic Association 1904 39mm in copper, Prize Medals (2) both awarded to G.K.Murray the first 51mm diameter 1st High Jump Class II GEF boxed the second Athletic Sports 1931 G.K.Murray 3rd (equal) High Jump Open EF boxed, The Schneider Trophy 1981 51mm in bronze The Supermarine S6B UNC and lustrous, Destruction of the Armada 1588 Plymouth Commemorates the Battle of the Spanish Armada 1988 Lustrous UNC
General Strike, Service Medal 1926 Eimer 2003 51mm diameter in bronze by E.Gillick Obverse Helmeted figure of Britannia seated left, hand resting on a shield, holds out a laurel, in the field, winged emblem of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company, between a rose and a thistle, FOR SERVICE IN NATIONAL EMERGENCY MAY 1926, Reverse: An allegory of three draped figures standing with their backs to each other, two locomotives resting upon their outstretched hands LARGITAS MVNERIS SALVS REIPVBLICAE UNC
George Canning Treaty of London 1827 51mm diameter in bronze by Galle Obverse: Bust Left GEORGE CANNING, Reverse: LIBERTÉ CIVILE ET RELIGIEUSE DANS L'UNIVERS. 1827 A LA CONCORDE DES PEUPLES UNC and nicely toned in the circular brown case of issue
Crystal Palace Sydenham 1854 41mm diameter in White Metal by Pinches of LondonEimer 1487 Obverse a female figure with lamb and helmet at her feet, opens the doors of INDUSTRY and SCIENCE to the exhibition Lustrous UNC in brown box
Great Exhibition 1851 38mm diameter in White Metal Obverse Bust left H.R.H. PRINCE ALBERT below: STRUCK IN THE BUILDING OF THE EXHIBITION Reverse Royal Arms and supporters . GREAT EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS. LONDON 1851 by W.J.Taylor. UNC with minor cabinet friction and almost full mint lustre, rare in this grade, comes with the accompanying issue ticket
The Shire Horse Society Medal 1934 44mm diameter in silver, with matt finish, suspension mount attached at the top as issued by Mappin&Webb of London for 'Premium Pair of Heavy Horses, Salford Hospital Parade' UNC in the red box of issue
Prince of Wales National Thanksgiving 1872 in copper 77mm Eimer 1618 by J.S and A.B.Wyon Obv.Londinia attended by Britannia invites the Queen and the Prince of Wales into St. Paul's Cathedral, Exergue, I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID UNTO ME LET US GO INTO THE HOUSE OF THE LORD. Rev. Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral with the Ryal Procession and congregation, ornamental end-panels decorated with the Royal Arms and ribbon inscribed 'NATIONAL THANKSGIVING' left and a City Shield and ribbon inscribed 'ST.PAUL'S LONDON right two upright supports inscribed FOR THE RECOVERY OF/H.R.H THE PRINCE OF WALES GEF/UNC with minor friction, VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1887 77mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1733 the official Royal Mint issue Obv. Bust left crowned and veiled VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX Rev. Enthroned figure of Empire facing, flanked by standing figures of Science, Letters and Art, left, opposite, those of Industry and Agriculture, right. At their feet, below Empire, are Mercury reclining and Time, above two cherubs displaying shields inscribed MDCCCLXXXVIII and MDCCCXXXVII and VRI in a wreath in between. IN. COMMEMORATION Exergue. Five linked shields inscribed ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALASIA and AFRICA, A/UNC
A scarce World War Two D.S.M. group of seven to Petty Officer D.N.Garrett R.N., D.S.M. George VI issue, fixed suspension (JX 134386 D.N.Garrett P.O. R.N.) , 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star with France & Germany clasp, Italy Star, War Medal, Naval Long Service Medal G.VI.R. issue (JX 134386 D.N.Garrett C.P.O. H.M.S. Daedalus (Fleet Air Arm Base)), these mounted as worn. Together with a Naval General Service Medal bar Near East E.II.R. issue (JX 134386 D.N.Garrett D.S.M. C.P.O. R.N.), GVF. (7). D.S.M. London Gazette 1.1.1943 "For gallantry and outstanding service ... in dangerous waters ...). Probably awarded for Malta Convoys.
City of London 1989 63mm diameter in .925 silver 800th Anniversary of Mayoralty UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate weight 152.42 grammes, City of London 1989 63mm diameter in bronze 800th Anniversary of Mayoralty UNC in the Royal Mint box of issue with certificate
The Engagement of HRH Prince William to Catherine Middleton 2010 struck in 22 carat gold weighing 31.1 grammes number 18 of only 30 issued, FDC, along with an ingot inlaid with a sapphire, in a London Mint box with certificate, originally purchased at £4995
Admiral Vernon Battle of Portobello 1739 Fair, Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 51mm in copper EF, Coronation medal 1953 in white metal EF boxed, London Academy of Music (2) 1937 and 1938 presented to Charlotte Huscroft for Elocution these in silver and boxed, Twopence 1797 with crude and large countermarks? Fine, 18th Century Halfpennies (2) 1791 John Wilkinson, Ireland 1804 Convenience of Trade Fair, Australia Halfpenny 1857 Holloways Near Fine with edge knocks
Silver Medallic Issues Opening of London Bridge 1973 50mm, JF Kennedy 37mm, Edward Duke of Windsor 1972 37mm these three toned Unc and cased, Edward Heath 1973 EEC 37mm in Franklin Mint's perspex holder, Royal Wedding First Day Cover Anne and Mark Philips 38mm, UN 4 coin cover set in blue book with 4 x silver proof crown sixed medals
White Metal Medals (4) Grand National Jubilee 1809, William IVCoronation 1831, Thomasons Metallic Bronze Vase 1821, pierced, Universal Exhibition of London 1862 by Bovy, Jubilee 1897, Marquis of Salisbury & Prime Ministers by Spink. AVF or better
City of London School 1834 58mm diameter in silver by B.WyonEimer 1279 Obverse Façade of the building CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL Exergue FOUNDED BY THE CORPORATION 1834 I.B.BUNNING ARCH Reverse Knowledge seated right instructs a youth who leans upon a tablet inscribed IOHN CARPENTER 1447 and decorated with the City Arms FOR THE RELIGIOUS & VIRTUOUS EDUCATION OF BOYS & THEIR INSTRUCTION IN LITERATURE & USEFUL KNOWLEDGE UNC in the black box of issue
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
Edward VIIIAbdication 1936 Eimer 2040 variant Obverse Bust right crowned and draped KING EDWARD VIII, Reverse ASCENDED THE THRONE JAN 20th 1936. ABDICATED DEC 10th 1936 within a wreath EF/GEF in a leather purse with James Walker London Jeweller on the front
Sir Christopher Wren, Art Union of London 1846 Eimer 1411 Obverse bust right WREN behind, Reverse Façade of St.Paul's Cathedral CHRISTOPHER WREN ARCHITECT - MDCCX Exergue SI MONUMENTUM REQUIRIS CIRCUMSPICE Edge ART UNION OF LONDON 1846 58mm diameter in bronze by B.Wyon in the original card case
Photographic Society of London 1853 53mm diameter in bronze by W.J.Taylor Obverse Bust left. H.R.H. THE PRINCE CONSORT PATRON Reverse Female Figure driving a quadriga in clouds PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY OF LONDON EF
George I Entry into London 1714 47mm diameter in copper by J.Croker Eimer 467 Obverse Bust Right Laureate, Armoured and draped, GEORGIVS .D.G. MAG.BRI. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. F.D. Reverse the King in a carriage before the Royal Exchange, is presented with the City Keys by Londinia LAETITIA PVBLICA Exergue ADVENTVS. REGIS. IN. VERBVM 20.SEPT: 1714 EF with some old thin scratches in the obverse field
Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 Obverse bust left, crowned, veiled and draped, IN.HONOREM.VOICTORIAE R. ET.I.EXCUD.CUR.CIVITAS.LON: Reverse Londinia with attendants presents a garland to Britannia, seated before her on a dais, FROM MY HEART I THANK MY BELOVED PEOPLE MAY GOD BLESS THEM V.R.I Exergue: 1837-1897 76mm diameter in copper Eimer 1815 UNC in the Spink and Son box, issued by the Corporation of London with gilt lettering on the lid, the box in fair condition
King of Denmark Christian IX and Princess Louise visit to the city of London 1893 75mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1783 Obverse Busts conjoined and draped, the Princess diademed, the King uniformed, CHRISTIANUS IX ET LOUISE D:G: DANIAE V: G: REX ET REGINA + Reverse Londinia seated left almost facing, beside a pedestal decorated with the Danish shield right, holding a streaming pendant with the inscription WELCOME CHRISTIAN IX TO LONDON beyond a facade of the Guild Hall Exergue: 8th July 1893 by F.Bowcher, issued by the Corporation of London, in the original black box, with inscription on the lid 'In Commemoration of the Visit of the H.M. THE KING OF DENMARK to the City of London. THE RT.HON. SIR STUART KNILL, BART.. Lord Mayor 8th July 1893, SIR JOSEPH RENALS. KNT, SIR WALTER WILKIN, KNT Sherriffs. ALFRED BROOKMAN ESQ Chairman of the Committee, with description of the medal on the green lining
Marriage of the Duke and Duchess of York 1893 Obverse Busts left, conjoined, the Duchess draped. T.R.H THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK. MDCCCXCIII Reverse the couple advancing in a triumphal car driven by Cupid and drawn by two horses, left approach an archway, inscribed FELICITAS GM, and are welcomed by Londinia, Exergue: JULY 6 1893 diameter 76mm by G.G.Adams Eimer 1780 UNC with a few small tone spots, issued by the Corporation of London, in the original box of issue with gilt lettering on the lid, the box in very good condition
Opening of Blackfriars Bridge and Holborn Viaduct 1869 Obverse Bust left crowned. VICTORIA D:G: BRIT: REGINA F:D: Reverse City shield in the centre linking two wreaths, each containing a view: HOLBORN VIADUCT above and BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE below, on either side Londinia, left, with a scroll inscribed OPENED NOV. 6 and Britannia, right, at the top, Eimer 1604 76mm diameter in copper UNC, issued by the Corporation of London in the original case with the gilt lettering on the lid, the box in fair condition
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
Richard Lambert Jones 1849 Eimer 1438 64mm in bronze by W.Wyon Obv Bust right R>LAMBERT JONES A.D.MDCCCXLIX Reverse PRESENTED BY HIS GRATEFUL FELLOW CITIZENS TO COMMEMORATE EXERTIONS BY WHICH THE CITY OF LONDON WAS IMPROVED ART ENCOURAGED HEALTH AND CONVENIENCE PROMOTED in seven lines within a wreath Toned UNC and most attractive
Opening of London Bridge 1831 in copper 51mm by B.WyonEimer 1245 Obv. Bust right WILLIAM THE FOURTH, Rev. five-arched bridge spanning river . LONDON BRIDGE Ex. COMMENCED 15 JUNE 1825 OPENED 1 AUGUST 1831 UNC in fitted case
Sir Christopher Wren 1846 in copper 58mm by B.WyonEimer 1411 BHM 2232, Obv.Bust right draped, WREN behind, Rev. Façade of St.Paul's Cathedral CHRISTOPHER WREN ARCHITECT - MDCCX Ex.SI MONUMENTUM REQUIRIS CIRCUMSPICE Edge. ART-UNION OF LONDON UNC in fitted case
Prince of Wales National Thanksgiving 1872 in copper 77mm Eimer 1618 by J.S and A.B.Wyon Obv.Londinia attended by Britannia invites the Queen and the Prince of Wales into St.Paul's Cathedral, Exergue, I WAS GLAD WHEN THEY SAID UNTO ME LET US GO INTO THE HOUSE OF THE LORD. Rev. Interior of St.Paul's Cathedral with the Ryal Procession and congregation, ornamental end-panels decorated with the Royal Arms and ribbon inscribed 'NATIONAL THANKSGIVING' left and a City Shield and ribbon inscribed 'ST.PAUL'S LONDON right two upright supports inscribed FOR THE RECOVERY OF/H.R.H THE PRINCE OF WALES UNC with minor friction
Sir John Vanbrugh 1855 (undated) in copper 55mm by B.WyonEimer 1500, BHM 2572 Obv. Bust almost facing, draped, SIR JOHN VANBRUGH Rev. Façade of Vanbrugh's Blenheim Palace Ex.BLENHEIM edge ART-UNION OF LONDON 1855 UNC
Numismatic Society of London 1887 57mm by Pinches in bronze Eimer 1729, BHM 3344 Obv.Bust right draped IOH.EVANS. D.C.L. S.R.S. PRAESIDI Rev.SIC L SIC C within a wreath SOCIETAS NVMISM. LOND. ANNOS CONST. LI. MDCCCLXXXVII UNC with a trace of lustre on the reverse
A scarce R.A.F. Meritorious Service Medal group of four to Sjt. Mjr. G.Gilmam R.A.F. British War & Victory Medals (8398 S.M.1 R.A.F.), R.A.F. Long Service Medal, G.V.R. (8398 S.M.1 R.A.F.) R.A.F. Meritorious Service Medal G.V.R. (8398 Temp Sjt Maj. R.A.F.). Mounted as worn GVF. Sold with service details which show that Gilman from Lewisham, South London, joined the R.A.F. from the 16th Lancers. M.S.M. London Gazette1.1.1919.
Victoria, Visit to the City of London 1837 by Barber, bronze, (Eimer 1303) AEF another in white metal by Barber (Eimer 1303). Jubilee 1887, bronze official Royal Mint issue, 77mm. In red case of issue, FDC. (Eimer 1733).
Jernegan's Lottery 1736 39mm diameter in Silver by J.S.Tanner Eimer 537 Obverse: Minerva standing between military trophies and emblems of the Arts and Sciences. BOTH HANDS FILL'D FOR BRITAIN. Exergue: GEORGE REIGNING. Reverse Caroline royally robed waters a grove of young palm trees. GROWING ARTS ADORN EMPIRE.. Exergue CAROLINE PROTECTING 1736 EF or near so and scarce thus Note: originally given to purchasers of a Lottery Ticket for a silver cistern made by Henry Jernegan (d.1761) a London goldsmith and banker
Battle of Waterloo 175th Anniversary Medal 63mm diameter 5oz Silver UNC, Spanish Armada 400th Anniversary 1588-1988 63mm diameter 5 oz Silver UNC, Tercentenary of the Revival of the Order of the Thistle 1987 63mm diameter 5oz Silver medal UNC, 800th Anniversary of the Mayoralty of the City of London 1989 63mm diameter 5 oz Silver medal UNC, Bi-Centenary of the Launch of 'The Original' Lifeboat 1790-1990 medal 63mm diameter in Bronze UNC all in the original cases of issue with certificates
First World War Peace 1919 53mm diameter in Silver Obverse a farmer ploughing a field with two oxen with sun inscribed 'PAX' on the horizon below the shields on 9 nations EUROPEAN WAR 1914-1919 Reverse Peace standing facing before an array of standards PAX VICTORIS GEF, Prize medal Company of Poulterers London awarded to Mrs. A. Edwards 1913 45mm in silver UNC boxed, Apollo 12 Moon Exploration Mission medallion 1969 38mm 1 oz Troy Silver UNC boxed
City and Guilds of London Institute, Technical Education bronze medal c.1890 by L.C.Wyon for Technical Examination. Rim engraved "Charles Roland Honiball Mechanical Engineering, 2nd Prize 1894". In John Pinches case of issue (Eimer 1764). EF.
Tercentenary of the Great Fire of London 1966 by the Royal Mint Obverse with a panoramic view of London ablaze and the River Thames GREAT FIRE OF LONDON 1666, Reverse figure on Horseback CAROLVS.II.DEI.GRATIA.MAG.BRITANNIAE. FRANCIAE.ET.HIBERNIAE.REX.FIDEI.DEFENSOR Toned UNC with a few small spots
G.B medals (6) Cambridge University bronze medal (1880 3 miles 2nd T W Walker Pemb. Coll.), Polytechnic Technical Schools London, bronze medal to L Shattock 1911 Day School of Architecture 1st Year Drawings. The Daily Telegraph Cup Rifle Competition between teams of the Regulars & Volunteers in the Home District 1906, bronze. Esquilant Trophy by J.W.Minton, bronze. King Edward VII visit to Cardiff to open Queen Alexandra Dock 1907, bronze. Confectioners & Bakers Medal, silver to J Wood Whitburn, hallmarked 1903. EF.
Assorted medals (11) including Jubilee 1887, Lancaster, bronze. London Missionary Society Centenary 1896 bronze, obv. slightly damaged; State of Queensland 1901, bronze; Calendar Medal 1907-1927, white metal; Coles Book Arcade MelbourneAustralia 1918, bronze; Baptist Missionary Society 1922, bronze. Torbay Regatta 1937, silver. Together with four other medals. generally extremely fine.
Olympic Games, London 1908 by B.Mackennal, bronze, 50mm., obv. Fame standing holding trumpet and palm branch, with inscription "in commemoration of the Olympic games held in London 1908". Rev. A quadriga advancing left. GVF.
The Confectioners, Bakers and Allied Trades Exhibition, London by Mappin and Webb Ltd. Sheffield and London in 9 carat Gold weighing 37.1 grammes, Obverse female figure standing, Reverse BREWSTERS Ltd. Londonderry 1938 in centre UNC and boxed, with an edge knock at 11 o.clock
VictoriaGolden Jubilee 1887 80mm diameter in copper Eimer 1732 issued by the Corporation of London, VF with some verdigris on the reverse, George I of Greece Visit to London 1880 76mm in copper Eimer 1668 VF, Italy 1844 Obverse: A.BANDIERA,E.BANDIERA,MORO,RICCIOTTI, NARDI,BERTI,VENERUCCI,ROCCA,LUPATELLI, E CONSORTI, Exergue A MEMORIA ED ESEMPIO Figure lighting torch within Reverse ORA E SEMPRE/ E FEDE NOSTRA/ GIOVARE-l'ITALICA LIBERTA/ MORTIMEGLIO CHE VIVI within wreath NVF some pitting, Practical Pathology Session 1909-1910 in copper and eye-shaped William James Edgar EF
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
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