Duke of Wellington 1815 51mm diameter in white metal by Allen and Moore, Birmingham, Obverse bust left, ARTHUR DUKE OF WELLINGTON , Reverse a monument with Britannia positioned to the left, crying, with a lion lying on the ground humbly and an angel offering a crown of laurels to the right. GVF
Wellington and related bronze medals (4) 1808 - British Army Arrives in the Peninsula 40mm by Brenet for Mudie, Eimer 988 EF, 1809 Battle of Travera 40mm in bronze Eimer 999 by Mills/La Fitte, 1809 Passage of the Douro 40mm diameter by Brenet for Mudie Eimer 997, 1811 English Army on the Tagus, 40mm by Petit for Mudie, all EF to GEF
Buildings (4), Abbey Church Bath by Carter, Birmingham (2) bronze & golded white metal, 50mm., Clifton suspension bridge opened 1864, by J. Moore, white metal, 45mm. Royal Exchange London opened 1844, rev. Wellington Statue, white metal, 38mm., edge knock. Good fine or better (4).
Hardy, Thelwall and Tooke, Acquitted of High Treason 1794, w/m., Fair, Repeal of Sacramental Test 1828 by S.Clint, bronze, some edge nicks GVF, Protestant Ascendancy 1845, obv. Bust of William III, pierced, gilt metal, Death of Duke of Wellington 1852 by Allen & Moore, w/m., AVF, Williams Memorial Prize Fund, founded in 1891, bronze, GVF with catalogue ink numbers. (5).
Pride of the British Army, 1818 36mm diameter in silver, unsigned, equestrian figure of Wellington left, Reverse rose, thistle and shamrock, Fine or slightly better, very rare, comes with old collector's ticket
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)
Please browse the results of our past auctions using the navigation tools above.
Or browse our previous auctions using our text-based directory
Sell or auction your old medals
With London Coins selling your material could not be easier. We offer free appraisals, house visits, free collection of bulky material from your home, immediate cash offers and an auctioneering service.
If you have material to sell we offer a straightforward and easy to follow service which gives you the option of consigning your material to auction, or selling it to us direct for cash.