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Auction 181
Medals Medals (8) of Queen and Prince Albert 1840 42mm diameter in white metal by W.J. Obverse: Conjoined heads right, the Queen ed with roses, the Prince bare-headed, with torch in field to left, VICTORIA OF ENGLAND . ALBERT OF SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA, Reverse: Conjoined shields of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert crowned and garlanded with roses, MARRIED AT THE CHAPEL ROYAL ST. JAMES' PALACE . FEB. 10. 1840, BHM 1918 EF and lustrous, of , of - Henry II (No.5) by J. 1731 Obverse: Bust of Henry II right, HENRICUS II D.G.ANG.ET.HIB.REX, Reverse: seated among trophies, leaning on the shield of England and holding , Eimer 526, NVF/GF the obverse with some surface dirt, College medal, 38mm diameter in bronze GVF, Metropolitan Borough of St. Pancras 39mm diameter in white metal EF holed for suspension, Counters 'To (2) the first 1837 the second with the date area damaged, Near Fine to Fine, Peace medal 1919 Borough of -on-Sea 33mm diameter in base metal, GVF holed for suspension (2), and Holy medal 40mm diameter in white metal, undated, EF holed for suspension
£55

Auction 180
Medals of Queen to Prince Albert 1840 46mm diameter in silver by B., Obverse: Busts left conjoined, ALBERT VICTORIA Reverse: An upright torch dividing the shields of Britain and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. EVER MAY LOVE SHED ROSY GARLANDS ROUND. FEBRUARY X. MDCCCXL. Eimer 1336, BHM 1920, UNC with white tone, in a watch style glass bound in a silver frame, (see notes in Eimer), a most attractive piece
£2,000 London Coins : A180 : Lot 816 : Marriage of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert 1840 46mm diameter in silver by B.Wyon, Obverse: Busts l... London Coins : A180 : Lot 816 : Marriage of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert 1840 46mm diameter in silver by B.Wyon, Obverse: Busts l...

Auction 175
Medals A group of medals in white metal (5) comprising (1) Enters 1812, 45mm diameter in white metal, Eimer 1025, BHM 737 by T. Snr./P.Wyon Obverse: Bust left, LIEUT. GEN. MARQUIS WELLINGTON. K.B. &c.&c. MDCCCXII Reverse: ed Shields of Britain, and , upon a plinth inscribed VIMEIRA/TALAVERA/BCO/CIUDAD RODRIGO/BADAJOZ/SALAMANCA amidst trophies, ENTER'D MADRID AUGUST XII, NVF, (2) , Obsequies 1820 45mm diameter in white metal, unsigned, Eimer 1126, BHM 1006, Obverse: Bust left, uniformed Bust GEORGE III DIED JAN. 29. 1820 IN THE 82 YEARS OF HIS AGE & 60 OF HIS REIGN. Reverse: A Funerary urn upon a tomb. IN MEMORY OF HIS OBSEQUIES AT WINDSOR FEB. 16. 1820 VF/GVF, (3) Cathedral (c.1830) 50mm diameter in white metal by BHM 1469, Obverse: View of the cathedral In Exergue SALISBURY CATHEDRAL, Reverse: The Interior of the cathedral, In Exergue: THE CHOIR OF SALISBURY CATHEDL. VF, (4) of Princess to Frederick William of 1858 Eimer 1517, BHM 2627, 38mm diameter in white metal by J.Hinks, , Obverse Busts left, conjoined, the Princess laureate, THE PRINCE OF PRUSSIA & THE PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND, Reverse: Conjoined shields, within a wreath JANy.25. 1858 EF and lustrous, (5) William of his Birth 1864 51mm diameter in white metal, by Ottley, Birmingham, Obverse Bust almost facing SHAKESPEARE . BORN 23 APRIL 1564. DIES 23 APRIL 1616. Reverse: A view of Shakespeare's Birthplace . THE TERCENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF SHAKESPEARE CELEBRATED 23 APRIL 1864 In Exergue: HIS BIRTH PLACE STRATFORD-ON-AVON EF and lustrous
£130 London Coins : A175 : Lot 780 : A group of medals in white metal (5) comprising (1) British Army Enters Madrid 1812, 45mm diameter i...

Auction 175
Medals of Queen 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by Davis, BHM 1807, Head of Victoria left, ed with Roses, thistles and shamrocks. On a raised band: VICTORIA D:G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F:D: Reverse: On a raised stage, the Queen seated holding a sceptre and a orb is crowned by the Archbishop of . To the right she is proclaimed by the figures of Britannia, Scotia and . To the left she is attended by Justice and Industry with a winged ld and cherub above, a lion, cornucopia and other symbolic objects below. H.M.G. MAJESTY VICTORIA BORN MAY 24th 1819. ASCENDED THE BRITISH THRONE JUNE 20th 1837. In Exergue: CROWNED JUNE 28th 1838 GVF/NEF
£32 London Coins : A175 : Lot 809 : Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by Davis, BHM 1807, Head of Victoria ... London Coins : A175 : Lot 809 : Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by Davis, BHM 1807, Head of Victoria ...

Auction 173
Medals of Queen 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by C. Davis, Obverse: Head of the Queen left, ed with roses, thistles and shamrocks, VICTORIA D:G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F:D: Reverse: Queen Victoria enthroned, on a raised stage, being crowned by the Archbishop of . To the right she is proclaimed by the figures of Britannia, Scotia and ; to the left she is attended by Justice and Industry, a winged ld and cherub above, with a lion and cornucopia below. H.M.G. MAJESTY VICTORA . BORN MAY 24th 1819 . ASCENDED THE BRITISH THRONE JUNE 20th 1837. In exergue: CROWNED JUNE 28th 1838. Signed DAVIS BIRM. to the right of the design, BHM 1807, 81.66 grammes, A/UNC and lustrous with a few small spots, Rare
£370 London Coins : A173 : Lot 1050 : Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by C. Davis, Obverse: Head of the Que... London Coins : A173 : Lot 1050 : Coronation of Queen Victoria 1838 64mm diameter in White Metal by C. Davis, Obverse: Head of the Que...

Auction 170
Medals and Lady Spencer 1981 38mm diameter in 9 carat gold, 29.04 grammes. Obverse: Conjoined busts of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, CD monogram, and Feather and motto, all within a of wedding bells, Reverse: St.Paul's Cathedral, ST.PAUL'S CATHEDRAL 29th JULY 1981 UNC and lustrous, with some toning, only 10 examples struck
£420 London Coins : A170 : Lot 386 : Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Royal Wedding 1981 38mm diameter in 9 carat gold, 29.04 gramme... London Coins : A170 : Lot 386 : Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer Royal Wedding 1981 38mm diameter in 9 carat gold, 29.04 gramme...

Auction 167
Medals 1902 38mm diameter, weighing 25.25 grammes, in silver by Fenwick of , BHM 3763, Obverse: Bust three quarters left in Coronation robes Obverse: EDWARD VII. KING & EMPEROR . GOD SAVE THE KING with E R 1901 in the field, Reverse: EDWARD VII KING OF GREAT BRITAIN & COLONIES ACROSS THE SEA & EMPEROR OF INDIA CROWNED 1902. Two shields inclined toward each other and overlapping. The left shield, representing the , is quartered with: (1) Star of , (2) kangaroo – , (3) scale balance – and (4) beaver – and with a small shield of the superimposed in the centre. On the right shield, the British coat of arms. To the left, a with a rose (), shamrocks () and thistles (). To the right, a laurel branch. Above, the Crown. Two clasped hands across the divide between the shields at the bottom. GOD SAVE THE KING on a br below. 355487 below the clasped hands, Other medals were made bearing this design, all used the number 355487, Lustrous UNC with touches of colourful toning, in a round red contemporary case
£280 London Coins : A167 : Lot 1750 : Coronation of Edward VII 1902 38mm diameter, weighing 25.25 grammes, in silver by Arthur Fenwick of ... London Coins : A167 : Lot 1750 : Coronation of Edward VII 1902 38mm diameter, weighing 25.25 grammes, in silver by Arthur Fenwick of ...

Auction 164
Medals The (2) Enters 1812 45mm diameter in iron, Eimer 1025 by T. Snr./P.Wyon Obverse: bust left, LIEUT. GEN. MARQUIS. WELLINGTON, K.B &C. &C. MDCCCXII Reverse: ed shields of Britain, and upon an plinth, inscribed VIMEIRA TALAVERA BCO CIUDAD RODRIGO BADAJOZ SALAMANCA amidst trophies, ENTER'D MADRID AUGUST XII Fine with some corrosion. of the Duke of Wellington 1852 45mm diameter in white metal Obverse bust left, uniformed THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON Reverse BORN MAY 1st 1769. DIED SEPr.14th 1852 within a wreath GVF
£38 London Coins : A164 : Lot 719 : The Duke of Wellington (2) British Army Enters Madrid 1812 45mm diameter in iron, Eimer 1025 by T.Wy... London Coins : A164 : Lot 719 : The Duke of Wellington (2) British Army Enters Madrid 1812 45mm diameter in iron, Eimer 1025 by T.Wy...

Auction 163
Medals , Souvenir 1899-1900 in White Metal 'United in the Cause of Freedom' 38mm diameter in white metal, Hern 86, BHM 3673,Obverse:- Two shields inclined tod each other and overlapping. The left shield is quartered with: Star of , Kangaroo – , Scale balance – and Beaver – . The right shield has the coat of arms. To the left is a with a rose (), shamrocks () and thistles (). To the right is a laurel branch. Above is the Crown. Two clasped hands across the divide between the shields at the bottom. On a ribbon below: “WE . SERVE . UNDER . ONE . CROWN”. Above the ribbon, and below the hands, stamped: “REGISTERED”. Legend in ornate lettering above: “UNITED IN THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM” and below between stops: “WE DEFEND OUR EMPIRE”. Reverse:- To the left, a sailor with rifle at attention; to the right, a soldier with rifle at the ready. They stand guard over the British Union flag, between them on a flagpole surmounted by a crown. Behind, two artillery pieces facing outwards and in the background, a ship behind the sailor and a tent behind the soldier. Legend in ornate lettering: “SOUVENIR (left) MEDAL 1899 / & 1900 (right)”. In the exergue in ornate letters: “THE QUEEN / GOD BLESS HER (in an arc)”. Signed on the left close to the rim: “FENWICK. F”. On the right near the rim, stamped: “REGISTERED”. UNC boxed
£24

Auction 158
Medals 1902 65mm diameter in silver by E.Fuchs Eimer 1870a, Obverse Busts right Crowned and conjoined, KING EDWARD VII QUEEN ALEXANDRA, Reverse,: Female figure seated right, displaying an oval shield, inscribed 26 June 1902, and bearing the arms, looks towards Abbey beyond, above: a radiate crown The of Huwelijk van Lodewijk van Angoulême and Maria Theresia van Bourbon 1799, 51mm diameter in bronze by Jeuffroy/Michaut Obverse Busts right, conjoined, with above, LUDOVICVS.ANTONIVS.DVX.ENGOLISMENSIS MARIA.THERESIA.CAROLINA.LVD.XVI.FILIA, Reverse: Man seated, enthroned, with the couple standing either side, FRATRVM.LIBEROS.CONNVBIO.IVNGIT Exergue: MITTAVIAE.DIE..INVII.MDCCLXXXXIX VF/GVF boxed
£140

Auction 131
Medals of Queen 1897 Obverse bust left, crowned, veiled and draped, IN.HONOREM.VOICTORIAE R. ET.I.EXCUD.CUR.CIVITAS.LON: Reverse Londinia with attendants presents a to Britannia, seated before her on a dais, FROM MY HEART I THANK MY BELOVED PEOPLE MAY GOD BLESS THEM V.R.I Exergue: 1837-1897 76mm diameter in copper Eimer 1815 UNC in the Spink and Son box, issued by the Corporation of with lettering on the lid, the box in fair condition
£150

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