VictoriaDiamond Jubilee 1897 the Official Royal Mint issue 56mm diameter in bronze UNC in contemporary box (not Royal Mint). Edward VIICoronation 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue A./UNC in the Royal Mint box. George V Silver Jubilee 1935 The official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver UNC toned, in the red box of issue. George VI Coronation 1937 The official Royal Mint issue 31mm diameter in silver UNC toned in the red box of issue. Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee 1887 by W.O.Lewis, Birmingham Reverse: Britannia standing on a seashore, with trident, shield and anchor, behind to her right a plinth with Crown, sceptre and drapery, in the distance, a ship and lighthouse, 46mm diameter in bronze UNC boxed. Sandy Horticultural Medal 1931 Reverse Sandy Place in silver boxed UNC, as part of a mixed group (16) includes many prize medals, EF to UNC boxed, and a Crown 1889 VF in a silver brooch mount, this boxed, along with an album of USA (88) mostly modern Masonic tokens with some wooden nickels, in mixed grades
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
Half Sovereign 1937 a Jewellers CopyEdward VIII in 9 carat gold, Jerngans Lottery 1736 40mm diameter in silver Fine the edge with some small flaws, as part of a group of Medals and Tokens (136) GB and Canadian issues noted, in mixed grades
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
The Battles of Rosbach and Lissa 1757 48mm diameter in bronze, Fine, Official Royal mint issues (4) Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 25mm diameter in silver (2) VF, Coronation of King Edward VII 31mm diameter in silver NEF, Silver Jubilee of King George V 1935 31mm diameter in silver GEF, as part of a group of medals and tokens (42) the remainder largely base metal types, in mixed grades
Medals a small group (9) Board of Agriculture 1793 48mm diameter in gilt copper Eimer 853, Coronation of George IV 1821 48mm, diameter in copper gilt, Coronation of Edward VII 1902 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue, Queen Alexandra Dock Opened Cardiff 1907 52mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1900, Coronation of George V 1911 the official Royal Mint issue Eimer 1922 51mm diameter in bronze, Silver Jubilee of George V 1935 a local issue in base metal pierced for suspension, plus School medals (3) 1855, 1900 and undated, in white metal for attendance and good conduct in mixed grades average NVF-VF
1874 Chicago World Exposition/Elgin Watch Company 30mm diameter in White metal GVF, USA Nickels, mostly Buffalo types (64), USA Cents (12) 1902-1924, in mixed grades, Vatican Mint set of 2001 (5 coins plus 3 stamps), Crowns 1953-1981 (100), India/Indian Princely States (22) 15 in bronze, 7 in silver includes dump coinage also medals, tokens and paranumismatic items, a varied group in mixed grades
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
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
Prince of Wales Investiture 1969 44mm diameter in silver Toned UNC in the box of issue, Crown Edward VIII 1936 in the style of the Hearn issues UNC, Sri Lanka 1000 Rupees 1999 Cricket World Cup Silver Proof, plus medals in base metal a varied group in mixed grades
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
Silver Medals (11) mostly 1970s issues some Crown sized or bigger boxed UNC with certificates, Base metal medals (3), a mixed group of tokens (15), 18th and 19th Century Copper tokens (5), in mixed circulated grades
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
Stampex Trophy Contes Award 55mm Victoria YH obverse 1960s, not hall marked but presumed silver (10) mixed grades one once mounted others (4) also of various philately themes along with Bronze Medals (13) relating to philately mixed grades some once mounted
Jubilee 1897 (Official Royal Mint issues) silver, 26 mm., together with five other Royalty medals in bronze. U.S.A. Cleveland Centennial Medal 1896, bronze by Metz (with verdigris), Royal Tournament Medal 1930 bronze, Thomason Metallic Vase, bronze, Duke of Wellington Chancellor of Oxford 1834, bronze set in large mount, Society of Watermen, bronze badge (pin fitting broken). Together with two tokens. Mixed grades (14)
The Official Emblems of the World's Greatest Airlines 50 piece silver miniature ingot set UNC in the box of issue with certificates, GB Proof Set 2000 FDC in the case of issue, Medals (11) First World War Star to 2.Lieut H.W.Perry-Gore, Second World War (7) Atlantic Star, Pacific Star, Africa Star, 1939-1945 Star (2), Defence Medal, Coronation Medal 1937 in brass, Trafalgar Medal reproduction in Pewter, German Iron Cross Reproduction, in mixed condition, plus Silver pendant 25mm diameter engraved with a bird, Switzerland Collectors Knives (2) 1983 Battle of Morgarten 1315, 1984 Battle of Laupen 1339, UNC boxed
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).
An accumulation of mixed GB and World, Medals, a small group of lower grade World Paper Money and Framed bonds and shares approximately 10 Kilos, in mixed grades, unsuitable for posting, Room Bidders only
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
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
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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