Medals and sets a small group comprising Coronation of George V 1911 38mm diameter in bronze, presented by the Mayor of Stoke Newington EF. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 32mm diameter in silver Reverse GRI monogram EF. The Three British Kings of 1936 a 3-medal set depicting George V and Queen Mary, Edward VIII, George VI and Queen Elizabeth respectively, each 32mm diameter, matt finish in silver UNC boxed with certificate. Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF in the Royal Mint box. Coronation of George V 1911 51mm diameter in bronze the Official Royal Mint issue EF in the Royal Mint box. Coronation Medal 1937 32mm diameter in silver Obverse conjoined busted, no legend, reverse crowned GRI monogram, A/UNC boxed
Coronation of William and Mary 1689 35mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier, Eimer 312, Obverse: conjoined and draped busts GVLIELMVS.ET.MARIA.REX.ET.REGINA, Reverse: Jove hurling thunder at Phaethon falling from chariot NE TOTVS ANBVMATVRN GVF with some light contact marks
Coronation of William and Mary 1689 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 312 the official Coronation issue Obverse Busts right conjoined and draped GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA. REX. ET. REGINA. Reverse Jove hurls thunder at Phaeton falling from his chariot. NE TOTVS ABSVMATVR Exergue INAVGVRAT. II.AP 1689 by J.Roettier GEF/EF
Coronation of Mary of Modena 1685 34mm diameter in silver, Obverse bust right laureate and draped, MARIA D.G. ANG. SCO. FR. ET. HI. REGINA. Reverse the Queen seated right upon a mound, O. DEA. CERTE Eimer 274, minor contact marks, About EF, Ex-Folley Collection
Sacramental Trust Abolished 1828 by S Clint, bronze, 58mm., in case, St Mary's College prize medal 1937, silvered metal, 55mm., in case, Greek style bronze medal, portrait and trident, 58mm., together with Royalty and other medals. VF or better. (12).
Mary II Memorial medal 1694 by J.Dassier, bronze from the series of English kings and queens, 41mm., William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury 1725, by Dassier, bronze, 42mm. From the series of Protestant reformers. GVF.
Coronation of William and Mary 1689 35mm diameter in silver by J.Roettier, Eimer 312, conjoined and draped busts obverse GVLIELMVS.ET.MARIA.REX.ET.REGINA, reverse with Jove hurling thunder at Phaethon falling from chariot NE TOTVS ANBVMATVRN VF with some contact marks
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
Mary as Regent 1690 49mm diameter in bronze Eimer 320/321 by J.or N.Roettier Obverse bust right MARIA. II. D.G.MAG.BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA. Reverse a full moon amid clouds and stars over a landscape. EX NOCTE DIEM About EF
Turks and Caicos Islands, "Silver Bank" (Spanish ship) medallion, by Crown Agents, silver (hallmarked), this number 221 of 1000 struck in 1971, 54mm. Similar in design to Eimer 285 "Spanish Ship Recovered" obv. busts of James II & Mary, rev. ship at sea. (Eimer 285b). EF. In case of issue
Jubilee 1887, by J.E. Boehm, bronze, 77mm. The Official Royal Mint issue, rim engraved "Frances Mary Fordham April 17 1887", two severe edge cuts otherwise GVF. Together with other assorted Coronation & Jubilee medals (12). Mixed grades. (13).
Coronation of William and Mary 1689 35mm diameter in silver Eimer 312 the official Coronation issue Obverse Busts right conjoined and draped GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA. REX. ET. REGINA. Reverse Jove hurls thunder at Phaeton falling from his chariot. NE TOTVS ABSVMATVR Exergue INAVGVRAT. II.AP 1689 by J.Roettier UNC or near so with some hairlines on the reverse
Official Royal Mint cased issues (4), VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 the official Royal Mint issue with the Young Head and Veiled Head portraits the larger 56mm silver issue EF (one minor edge bump) in the box of issue, another 56mm this in copper and Unc or near so also in the official box, Edward VIICoronation 1902 crowned right facing bust Queen Alexandra reverse 9th AUG 1902 the official Royal Mint issue in their box 56mm copper EF bright tone, George V Jubilee 56mm silver issue 1935 busts of George V and MaryRoman Numeral dates surround, Windsor Castle reverse Eimer 2029 Unc in the Royal Mint red box
Visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India 1911-12, silver, in 15ct gold glazed mount and chain, rim of mount engraved "H.M.S. Renown 1905-6 S. Bryant. Together with an attractive colour certificate to Stephen Bryant to commemorate the presentation of Boer War Medals by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall & York in New Zealand on 22nd June 1901.
William and Mary c.1689 26mm diameter in silver by J. or N. Roettier Obverse Busts right conjoined, the King Laureate, GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA D.G. Reverse Two clasped hands hold a sceptre upon which is a Crown. IVNGIT. AMOR. PATRIAEQ. SALVS Eimer 317 EF with some old thin scratches on the busts, comes with old collector's ticket
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
1685 Official Coronation medal of Mary of Modena, Wife of James II, by John Roettier. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Mary facing right. Leg: MARIA . D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET . HI . REGINA. Rev: The queen seated. Legend: O . DEA . CERTE Eimer 274, 400 struck, Fine, Rare
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
Order of the British Empire, M.B.E. 1st Type Military Division awarded to Emily Anne Curtis, Unit Administrator, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. M.B.E. in case of issue with certificate of award dated June 1919. Together with other interesting original documentation. Mrs Curtis served at the Military Convalescent Hospital, Crownhill Plymouth, retiring in 1919, served 1939-45 with the Civil Defence at Caterham & Warlingham, (entitled to the Defence Medal) and died in 1952
Winchester Coronation Sports 1911 in 9 Carat Gold weighing 25 grammes Obverse KING GEORGE V QUEEN MARY conjoined busts facing left, Reverse WINCHESTER CORONATION SPORTS 1911 J.S Furley Mayor surrounding town arms UNC boxed
Coronation, Jubilee and other Medals (9), including Jubilee 1887 & 1897, Coronation 1911 - Sheffield, Royal visit Dundee 1914, Queen Mary 1943 Daily Record Medal, Jubilee 1935, Coronation 1937 (2), all unofficial medals in white metal or copper .Second Wo
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