Medals a mixed group :- Prize medal Chronology of the Reigns of Britain Henry VII to Victoria in white metal UNC boxed, Coronation of George VI and Queen Elizabeth 1937. The Confectioners, Bakers and Allied Trades Exhibition in bronze oval, UNC boxed. Birmingham Photographic Society 1913 Prize medal 80mm diameter in brass reverse inscribed Class A Wilfred Harrison, A/UNC boxed. Eton College Regular attendance medal undated 46mm in bronze UNC boxed. Coronation of Edward VII City of Coventry in white metal UNC boxed. Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 39mm diameter in white metal, by Restall, Birmingham, UNC and lustrous. Sir Isaac Pitman - Pitman's Metropolitan Schools Verbatim Reporting Competition Prize medal 41mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed. Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra 1902 31mm in brass pierced for suspension. France uniface Pewter medallion 1789 Beginning of French Revolution (No.2) 77mm diameter by F.Andrieu EF
Medals (2) German States - Marriage of Ferdinand Albert, Duke of Brunswick and Luneberg, to Antonia Amalia 1712 in silver, GVF, with mount removed from the top, Austria 1765 Arrival of the Imperial Family in Innsbruck to celebrate the Wedding of Archduke Leopold, signed A.Wideman, cast, Obverse Four busts conjoined of Francis I, Maria Theresa, Joseph II and Maria Josepa, Reverse a triumphal arch built in front of the city and decorated with medallions with the Emperor and Empress' portraits surmounted by the Imperial Eagle between the statues of Religion and Justice NEF
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 medallions containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John 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 Canterbury refused to read James II's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting Catholics and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
Thomasons Medallic History of the Scriptures Volume III, an 8-piece set of White metal medallions 73mm diameter, includes Jeraboham ordering the Man of God to be seized, Reconciliation between Jacob and hid brother Esau, Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego in the fiery furnace, Absalom slain by Joab in the wood of Ephraim, The philistine David cutting the head of Goliath, Moses descending from the mount and finding the Israelites worshipping the molten calf, The Shun amites son restored to life on the prayer of Elisha and Joseph's brethren selling him to the Ishmaelite Merchants EF in a large bookform case
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 medallions containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John 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 Canterbury refused to read James II's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting Catholics and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
Medallions, bronze and white metal (14) includes Great Exhibition 1851 Exhibitor's medal bronze, Jubilee 1937 silver, Hyde Town Hall 1885 w/m, Lusitania 1915, St. Georges Hospital Centenary 1933 bronze cased, Coronation 1911 w/m. and Jubilee 1937 bronze, Gardening and tennis medals, bronze (2). Together with World medals (5), bronze. Generally GVF (14)
Assorted medals & medallions (20) Walthamstow Education 1907, bronze, Army Temperance Assoc. Medal silver & enamel, Italy WW1 service medal, L.C.C. school medals (2) Edward VII, French Territorial & Reserve Arras medal, silver, Lord Nelson's Flagship Foudroyant copper from ship medal 1897 (Eimer 1813) and 13 other bronze medals. VF or better.
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
Church and Seven Bishops 1688, Stability of The Anglican Church, silver, 55mm dia, obv. Jesuit monk with spade & pick axe "The Gates of Hell Shall not Prevail", rev. seven medallions of Archbishop & Bishops, cast and chased. (Eimer 289, Medallic Illustrations vol I, 42 p.625). VF and very rare
France Missionary Medallion 1990 in bronze by J.Balme weighing 564 grammes UNC boxed, Missions of the Orbiter Challenger a 10 medal set 1985-1986 showing astronauts connected with the missions UNC cased
Prize Medals in Silver (3) Hovis Bread (2) Worsley 1936 awarded to J.W.Murray, Manchester 1929 awarded to H.Tong, The Confectioners Bakers and Allied Trades Exhibition awarded to H.Corradine 1930 GF to NEF, Edward VIIICoronationmedallion in base metal EF, Double Florin the reverse with an engraved pattern of a sphinx on a plinth over a Lancashire Rose with the inscription EGYPT, EAST LANCASHIRE Fine, Halfpenny Token 1793 NorfolkNorwich barracks Good Fine
Medals (15) 2005 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar in bronze, Battle of Waterloo 175th Anniversary 63mm diameter in Bronze, 1988 Spanish Armada 400th Anniversary 63mm diameter in bronze, Dhurva Mistry Millennium Medal 63mm in bronze, British Numismatic Society Centenary Medal 44mm diameter in Bronze, VictoriaGolden Jubilee Centenary 1987 Two ounces of .999 silver, Eurotunnel Celebration 1994 50mm diameter in Cupro-nickel, Singapore the Unfinished medallion 1984 in bronze, 21st Birthday of the Princess of Wales 1982 in cupro-nickel, Los AngelesOlympics 1984 in cupro-nickel, PopeJohn Paul II British Visit 1982 in cupro-nickel (2), Shakespeare Festival 1983 in cupro-nickel, Netherlands Rijks Museum 100 Years 1985 in bronze, plus an amateur gardening medal in base metal mostly UNC many in the cases of issue some with certificates
George III Recovery of Health 1789 43mm diameter in silver by J.G.Hancock and T.Phipson Eimer 826 Obverse Hygeia standing right, places a patera , from which a serpent in her arms feeds. Upon a column decorated with an oval medallion of the King GERGIO III OPTIMO PRINCIPI Exergue 1789, Reverse Representation of Cheltenham Well. OB. SALUTEM. RESTAURATUM Exergue S.MOREAU ARBIT : ELEG : CHELTENHAM : EXCUD CUR : 1788 Good VF, Rare
Peace of Amiens 1802 38mm diameter in White Metal Eimer 942 Obverse Bust left, uniformed MARQUIS CORNWALLIS BRITISH PLENIPOTENTIARY AT AMIENS. Reverse Britannia seated beside a cherub, holds a tablet inscribed AD (dington) H (awkesbury) COR (nwallis) BUO (naparte) A medallion of George III on her lap. POST NUBILA PHOEBUS. Exergue DEFINITIVE TREATY CONCLUDED 1802 About UNC with a few tone spots
Archbishop Sancroft and the Bishops 1688 cast 51mm diameter in silver by G.Bower, Eimer 288 Obverse Bust right wearing a cap and clerically robed. GVIL.SANCROFT.ARCHIEPISC.CANTAVR.1688 Reverse Seven medallions containing busts, clerically robed depicting William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John Lake, Henry Compton, Thomas Ken, Thomas White and Sir John Trelawney, a field of stars, Plain edged, EF
Earl St. Vincent's Testimony of Approbation 1800 47mm diameter in silver by Kuchler NEF, as part of a group of medals and medallions (26) a mixed group 1800-1910 struck in a variety of metals with some in silver, in mixed grades
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
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 medallions containing busts, clerically robed, of William Lloyd, Francis Turner, John 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 Canterbury refused to read James II's 'Declaration of Indulgence' exempting Catholics and dissenters from penal statutes. The bishops were committed to the Tower for opposing the edicts of James II
Medallions of the World (13) in silver, including Jubilee1897, Coronation 1902, Jubilee 1935 in red card box, Coronation 1937 (2), Coronation 1953, together with seven other pieces., generally extremely fine
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