VictoriaRoyal Exchange 1844 43mm diameter in White metal EF, Great Exhibition 1851 in white metal 38mm diameter NEF as part of a group of medals and Tokens (46) these mostly 19th and 20th Century in mixed grades
Victoria 1897 Diamond Jubilee Medal 25mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue VF, as part of a group of tokens, medals and countermarked coins (54) 18th to 20th century a varied group in mixed circulated grades
Medals and Tokens (46) 19th and 20th Century along with a 18th/19th century balance scale with apothecaries weights, in mixed grades along with Medals 1970s issues (17), First and Last Specimen sets (3) in cases EF to UNC
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).
VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in Bronze the Official Royal Mint issue UNC boxed, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 31mm diameter in silver the official Royal Mint issue UNC toned, Prince of Wales Investiture 1969 40mm diameter in silver (3) each consecutively numbered on the edge, France Henry Bouley, Veterinarian, President of the Science Academy 1884-1885 66mm diameter in bronze VF, prize medals 19th and 20th Century (9) mostly in bronze or white metal, in mixed grades
George VSilver Jubilee medal 1935 in silver boxed Toned UNC, a Guinea balance scale, as part of a group of medals and tokens and a weight 17th to 20th Century (13) includes gaming counters and 1850 Whist ' Keep your Temper' tokens
A collection in an album medals (91), badges (16) some 19th or early 20th century in white metal and copper some in high grades a few holed others later including world issues such as Kennedy Centre 1987, the badges mostly later 20th century types some Russian, viewing recommended
Battle of Jutland 1916 45mm diameter in bronze (2) Eimer 1951 UNC in blue Spink boxes, Papal medal Clemens XI 34mm diameter in bronze Bust of the pope, r., wearing camauro, mozzetta and stole.Reverse HAVRIETIS ? IN ? GAVDIO, Harbour of Civitavecchia.by Ferdinando Saint-Urbain (1658-1738).Mazio, 383.Spink 1615 EF, FAO medals 1965 (3) as part of a group of medals and paranumismatic items (119) includes some larger pieces the majority 20th Century in base metal with a few in silver, in mixed grades
Concorde Silver medal 1976 First passenger flight to Bahrain 38mm diameter in silver UNC boxed, World War IIDefence Medals (3) NEF-EF, France 5 Sols medallic 1792 NEF as part of a group of mostly 20th Century base metal (23) in mixed higher grades some boxed
Medals 19th and 20th Century a mixed group (18) includes some silver issues including some Coronation and Jubilee issues, some of these boxed, in mixed grades to UNC, plus gaming counter bearing the head of George III VF
Churchill medals a 4-piece set struck in 24 carat gold on Sterling Silver by John Pinches (Medallists) Ltd. UNC boxed as issued with certificates, A Set of medals 51mm diameter and in silver by Peter Scott (15) all depicting British Birds UNC in capsules, as part of a group of 20th Century (25) mostly 1970s issues in the boxes of issue includes some silver items
Prince of Wales investiture a 3-medal set 1969 by Metalimport 40mm, 32mm and 25mm diameters in .999 silver and weighing 35, 19 and 10 grammes (3 sets, 9 medals in total) FDC toned cased as issued with certificates, as part of a mixed group 19th and 20th Century (31) includes a few coins in mixed grades, plus Royal Air Force Museum medals (50) 45mm in bronze each depicting different people achieving milestones in the history of flight these Lustrous UNC
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