Tokens and medals a varied and interesting group (14) Edward VII Visit to London 1903 31mm diameter by Spink and Son NEF, Wirral and Birkenhead Agricultural Society 52mm diameter in silver awarded to Messrs Peter Patrick and Son for anti-sag gate hangings 1906 EF, France Watch fob of Schloss & co 1889 Universal Exposition 31mm diameter in silver, which reproduces in miniature the prize won by Schloss and Co. at the 1889 Exposition, NVF with fob mount at top, Argentina Constitution Jura 1854 32mm diameter in silver Fine, George IIIGolden Jubilee 1810 Eimer 1007var. 42mm diameter in bronze, Good Fine, Gaming Counters (3) George III, Anne and Maria Theresa obverses VG to Fine, USA Hard Times Token undated (c.1837) 'The Constitution as I understand it', 'Roman Firmness' mule reverse, Fine, Duchess of Gloucester Token 1774 in copper by J.Kirk Fine, some scratches, Copper token by Sparrow of Bishopsgate, 1823 Ironmongers, reverse hot air balloon, 'ASCENDED AT OXFORD JUNE 23 1823' Good Fine, Farthing token or medalet George IV 1821 21mm diameter in copper Fine, Halfpenny 19th Century Middlesex Political and Social Series 1794 DH1016 edge 'CURRENT EVERY WHERE', Fine, plus an unidentified ancient coin
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
Investiture of the Prince of Wales 1969 (9) Eimer 2118, 52mm diameter in bronze (3) and in silver (6) UNC in the red boxes of issue, one with ribbon toning. Men in Space a 5-medal set by Slade, Hampton and Son Ltd depicting Apollo 8, Apollo 9, Apollo 10, and the first American and Russians in space, each 40mm diameter in silver, UNC in the white box of issue with certificate. Men in Space, USA Astronauts 1969 UNC in silver, boxed. Apollo 11 Mans First landing on the moon 1969 in bronze UNC in slide case. Silver Jubilee 1977 in base metal UNC in slide cases (4)
Spain, Birth of Charles III 1716, by G.B.A., silver, 24mm., obv. Heads of Charles & Elizabeth, rev. female standing with child, 25mm. Cleaned, Fine, along with USA Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago, USA 1892-1893 bronze, cleaned with edge bruising, Home for the Aged - Sons & daughters of Israel, brass, together with six other US medals and a Vancouver Ferry token. Generally VF. (10).
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
USA 1859 James Ross Snowden Mint Medal, an impressive piece, 79mm diameter in Bronze with plain edge, by Anthony C. Paquet. Obverse: facing bust with legend, Presented to James Ross Snowden, Director Of The Mint, By His Personal Friends, As A Mark Of Regard For Him As An Officer, And Their Esteem For Him As A Citizen, in concentric lines. Paquet F. on the truncation and the date of 1859 below the bust. Reverse: United States Mint Building :- The Mint Of The United States Of AmericaPhiladelphia. In exergue: Built 1832, Rendered Fire Proof 1856. This is an extremely popular medal featuring Mint Director Snowden on the obverse, and an exceptional depiction of the second Philadelphia Mint building on the reverse, A/UNC and nicely tone with a few small spots
Churchill 40th Anniversary 2005 Commemorative Gold Medal an impressive 65mm diameter in 22 ct. gold weighing 292.67 grammes by David Cornell Obverse Churchill Bust facing, with St. Pauls Cathedral in the background 40th ANNIVERSARY 1965-2005 THE END OF THE CHURCHILL ERA, Reverse a rejoicing crowd carrying flags of Great Britain, USA and Australia, nFDC with some light hairlines in the fields, number 8 of just 40 issued
Churchill 40th Anniversary 2005 Commemorative Gold Medal an impressive 65mm diameter in 22 ct. Gold weighing 292.67 grammes by David Cornell Obverse Churchill Bust facing, with St. Pauls Cathedral in the background 40th ANNIVERSARY 1965-2005 THE END OF THE CHURCHILL ERA, Reverse a rejoicing crowd carrying flags of Great Britain, USA and Australia, nFDC with some light hairlines in the fields, number 21 of just 40 issued
GB and USA (10) RoyalSilver Jubilee 1977 in Silver Crown-sized (4), European Football Championships 1996 (2) Wembley Stadium and First Floodlit Match in silver, Silver Jubilee 1977 9 carat Gold Medal, The White Tower 1978 in Silver 51mm, George VI for Pa
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