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Trial : Medals

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 166
Medals Medals a varied and interesting group (12) 1819-1915 comprising:- International Fisheries Exhibition 1883 45mm diameter in silver, Eimer 1694 NEF boxed. 1832 Reform Bill 49mm diameter in White Metal, EF holed at the top. of the 1852 51mm diameter in White Metal by Allen & Moore, EF. Cathedral 61mm diameter in White Metal by J.Davis of GEF. Sir Charles Cockerell 1819 Election Validated 53mm diameter in bronze by J.P.Suffield Eimer 1111 EF. h of Frittenden, , Restored 1848 42mm diameter by Davis of Birmingham GEF. The of Edd, to Princess Alexandra 1863, 52mm in white metal by Ottley of Birmingham, Lustrous EF. Death of 1837 41mm diameter by T.W. VF. Exhibition 1891 38mm diameter in White Metal. Whitenash Indus Exhibition 1865 St.Margaret's Day 40mm diameter by J.Moore of Birmingham VF with some scratches. Lusitania Sinking 1915 55mm diameter UNC, The Bell Medal 39mm diameter undate Presented by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs 39mm diameter in bronze GEF, all in a Lindner Tray

Auction 165
Medals Rowing Medals to W.J.Fernie (2) University Eights Winning Crew 1895 , 51mm diameter in silver by D.Munsey/Peters of Cambridge, in half lunette-style presentation holder , boxed, with old white toning, suggesting once fully encased, the case with a shield-shaped with inscription of the crew, and weights of the crew, and positions in the boat. W.J.Fernie is shown as Stroke position. The final elimination trial for rowers for entrance into the Cambridge Boat Race Crew for the historic University Boat Race. This is the only time prior to the Boat Race that the crews race over the full 4 1/4 mile Putney to Mortlake course. These race were contested intra-University v. Oxford and Cambridge v. Cambridge to decide the final crews. The Race still takes place today, although the medal prize has been replaced by the ad of sponsored clothing and equipment to the competitors. Head of the River - Trinity Hall 51mm diameter in silver, by D.Munsey of Cambridge, in lunette-style presentation holder, boxed, with old white toning, the case with a shield-shaped plaque with inscription of the crew and their respective positions in the boat. W.J.Fernie is shown as position 7 in the boat, and his name and position are inscribed on the outer ring of the lunette case. UNC, both medals in the black boxes of issue. A fascinating insight into the history of the lead up to the annual University Boat Race.

Auction 164
Medals (11) - 1928 Presidency of Paul von Hindenburg Lustrous UNC with some hairlines, Germany - Weimar Republic 80th Birthday of President von Hindenburg 1927D Mint 36mm diameter in .900 silver (4) generally Lustrous UNC or near one with a small edge nick, Germany Indus Exposition in 1844 (6) by D.Loos, L.Okensuss and E. Schilling (signed obverse: LOOS D. LORENZ Z.; signed reverse: SCHILLING F.).  Obverse: Germania sitting on rock (inscribed: SEID EINIG) with wreath in hand and broad sword on lap - ERINNERUNG AN DIE AUSSTELLUNG DEUTSCHER GEWERBSERZEUGNISSE ZU BERLIN 1844.  Obverse exergue: GERMANIA.  Reverse: steam locomotive on stone bridge surrounded by wreath containing five different cartouches depicting industry and commerce, VORWAERTS MIT DEUTSCHEM FLEISSE UND DEUTSCHER KT'.  45mm diameter in bronze, plain edge generally UNC or near so

Auction 162
Medals Medals a 26-piece set by the Mint 1974-1975, depicting Campaigns, Indus events, Political events, and Political Figures each gold plated, 40-41 grammes of .925 silver UNC to nFDC some with toning, unboxed, most in capsules

Auction 160
Medals , the Indus and Agricultural Exhibition 1904 51mm diameter in bronze about EF with some discolouration, in the brown case of issue

Auction 153
Medals Medal Strike in lead, Bust of , left, in uniform surrounded by garter on which ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY, 68mm diameter (planchet 60mm) EF, Rare

Auction 152
Medals visit to The Queen Alexandra Dock, 1907 52mm diameter in bronze EF, Medal Edward VII 1902, 37mm diameter in bronze EF, Edward VII (3) and (1) Coronation & Memorial medals, white metal issues. EF, Exhibition medals (4), International Indus Exhibition 1851 by Allen & Moore; 1851, by , struck at exhibition; International Exhibition 1862 by Pinches, another with portrait of , all white metal issues. EF

Auction 150
Medals Aston Hall 1858 Visit, Indus Exhibition 1858 visited by Prince Consort, 1887, Municipal Issue, 1830 by E Thompson large and impressive white metal, Scottish s 1881 McPhail large impressive design, Ramsay McDonald visit to 1929 mostly larger diameter issues and in high grades

Auction 146
Medals South Working Classes Indus 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

Auction 136
Medals Medals (22) mostly base metal includes some an issues with some s, in mixed grades to A/UNC

Auction 126
Medals Lord Mayor of Lord Mais 1972-1973 a strike in base metal UNC

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