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London Coins Auction 173
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 174
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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5th - 6th December 2021

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Auction 169
Medals of 1821 35mm diameter in gold an unfinished of the Official issue by B.Pistrucci (Eimer 1146a), of similar style design. Obverse: Bust Left Laureate, GEORGIUS IIII D.G. BRITANNIARUM REX F.D. Reverse: George IV enthroned, left, crowned by , behind, before him stand Britannia, Hiia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE. ANIMO PATERNO, the pattern however with differing reverse exergue legend thus: INAUGURATUS/ DIE. /ANNO MDCCC in three lines. The B.P initials on the right of the exergual line have the following stop approximately 0.75mm from it's extreme right edge, whereas on the standard Royal Mint issue the stop following the initials is around 1.5mm from the extreme right edge. Weight 33.00 grammes. GVF with some contact marks and edge nicks. We note an example of this rare pattern exists in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fifth Avenue, . Our research has only uncovered the Metropolitan Museum example as well as the medal offered. See also the Gold Coronation of George IV Official Royal Mint issue 1821 medal also offered in this sale
£3,800 London Coins : A169 : Lot 334 : Coronation of George IV 1821 35mm diameter in gold an unfinished pattern of the Official Royal Mint ... London Coins : A169 : Lot 334 : Coronation of George IV 1821 35mm diameter in gold an unfinished pattern of the Official Royal Mint ...

Auction 169
Medals of 1821 35mm diameter in gold by B.Pistrucci Eimer 1146a Obverse Bust left Laureate GEORGIUS IIII D.G. BRITANNIARUM REX F.D. Reverse: George IV enthroned, left, crowned by , behind, before him stand Britannia, Hiia and Scotia PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO in exergue: INAUGURATUS/ DIE. JULII. XIX. /ANNO.MDCCCXXI Weight 31.31 grammes. VF/GVF. See also the unfinished example of this medal also offered in this sale.
£2,600 London Coins : A169 : Lot 335 : Coronation of George IV 1821 35mm diameter in gold by B.Pistrucci Eimer 1146a Obverse Bust left Laur... London Coins : A169 : Lot 335 : Coronation of George IV 1821 35mm diameter in gold by B.Pistrucci Eimer 1146a Obverse Bust left Laur...

Auction 169
Medals Queen 2002 38mm diameter Mint issues in base metal (706) Brass (100), Goldine (136), Bronze (470) Lustrous UNC to BU, (currently being offered on internet websites between £4-£10 per piece), TTT Moneycorp Ltd. 20 Years in Foreign Exchange 1979-1999 45mm diameter in base metal (73) Lustrous UNC with prooflike finish, UK 25 Ecu 1992 UNC, 20 Euro Pattern 1997 UNC
£85

Auction 168
Medals Victories 1794-1816 a set of medals (6) each depicting the victor and the as follows: 1) EARL HOWE ADMIRAL OF THE WHITE K.G, Reverse: THE FRENCH FLEET DEFEATED OFF USHANT 1 JUNE 1794. 2) ADMIRAL EARL ST. VINCENT Reverse: THE SPANISH FLEET DEFEATED 14. FEBy 1797. 3) ADM. VISC. DUNCAN Reverse: THE DUTCH FLEET DEFEATED 11 OCTr 1797, 4) ADMIRAL SIR S>SMITH, Reverse: ACRE DEFENDED. BONAPARTE REPULSED. SYRIA SAVED. 20 MAY 1799. 5) ADM. VISC. NELSON K.B.D. OF BRONTE Reverse: NILE 1.AUGt 1798, COPENHAGEN 1.APRIL.1801, TALGAR 21 OCT. 1805, 6) ADMIRAL LORD EXMOUTH Reverse: ALGIERS AUGUST 1816, All in bronze, around EF in a brass round box with NAVAL VICTORIES and an ornate on the lid
£450 London Coins : A168 : Lot 962 : Naval Victories 1794-1816 a set of medals (6) each depicting the victor and the Battle as follows: 1... London Coins : A168 : Lot 962 : Naval Victories 1794-1816 a set of medals (6) each depicting the victor and the Battle as follows: 1...

Auction 163
Medals 1851 Lambeth - 38mm diameter in copper Obverse Floral LAMBETH LONDON 1851, Reverse similar to Medallic Coinage 20 Kurush AH1255, 22.25 grammes, similar to X#10 where an 1862 piece is described as a Manufacturer's Salesman's example EF with some tone spots, Rare, we note a better grade example recently realised £900 on an internet website
£160 London Coins : A163 : Lot 61 : Great Exhibition 1851 Lambeth - London 38mm diameter in copper Obverse Floral pattern LAMBETH LONDON... London Coins : A163 : Lot 61 : Great Exhibition 1851 Lambeth - London 38mm diameter in copper Obverse Floral pattern LAMBETH LONDON...

Auction 161
Medals Numismatic and Philatelic 2000 (15) each one ounce of .999 silver, comprising (3), Seahorses and Britannia (4), The Penny Black (2), 's Gold Sovereign (2), Edward VII's Standing Britannia (2), The , and Princess 'a Pattern Silver Crown, Prooflike UNC and lustrous, some with light toning
£150

Auction 153
Medals Queen 1897 56mm diameter in bronze the Official issue Eimer 1817a EF boxed, along with Fantasy Crown 1987 reverse in the style of the 1936 Hearn , hallmarked on the edge of the piece with the hallmarks corresponding to the date 2000, 25.18 grammes of 9 carat gold UNC
£220

Auction 152
Medals (1509-1547), Head of the , restitutional silver medal or `so-called` crown, c. 1545, Obverse: crowned bust virtually full-face, holding sword and orb, Reverse: crowned arms with lion and dragon supporters, HR monogram below, ANGLICE.Z HIBENICE:ECCLESIE: SVPREMVM: CAPVT, 43mm (cf MI 47/43). VF and rare. Medallic Illustrations states `…the unsatisfactory nature of the workmanship renders it probable that it is a copy, made in the present (ie 19th) century on the Continent…`, however H. E. Pagan (BNJ 40, 1971, "Mr. Emery`s Mint"), writing of these pieces states they "could very well be products of the Emery mint"
£380 London Coins : A152 : Lot 806 : Henry VIII (1509-1547), Head of the Church, restitutional silver medal or `so-called` pattern crown,... London Coins : A152 : Lot 806 : Henry VIII (1509-1547), Head of the Church, restitutional silver medal or `so-called` pattern crown,...

Auction 143
Medals 1897 56mm diameter in silver the official issue NEF with an edge nick, Victoria Diamond Jubilee 1897 56mm diameter in bronze the official Royal Mint issue NEF, The 12 Apostles 50mm diameter in cupro-nickel with gold plated highlighting UNC, 100 Forint 1982 World Cup UNC, 100th 70mm diameter in silver plated copper with gold highlighting UNC, of and Miss Sarah Ferguson 1986 57mm diameter in bronze UNC, of 1935 56mm diameter matt finish the official Royal Mint issue UNC, Art Treasures Exhibition 1857 63mm diameter in white metal by Pinches Obverse Exhibition building opened by Prince Albert, Reverse the 3 Muses A/UNC, Diamond Jubilee of Queen 70mm diameter with coloured portrait of the Queen in robes on the obverse, Crown 1851 in Copper Obverse Head, Reverse Advance Australia Lustrous UNC, Diamond Jubilee 2012 Numis by in gold plated cupro-nickel the obverse with coloured picture of the Queen, Prize Medal and District Sunday Football League in copper, also a large 89mm medal in the style of a modern reproduction in brass (?) in mixed grades many EF-UNC in a Westminster box
£200

Auction 142
Medals Assorted medals including & s, bronze or base metal, Sports medals inc. Grammar School, (3), Fountain's Abbey, Pitman & Hudson's Bay medals, Ecu's (4), One Pound and D.Dat Five pounds 1994. GVF or better (16).
£26

Auction 136
Medals Prize Medals in Silver (3) Hovis Bread (2) Worsley 1936 awarded to J.W.Murray, 1929 awarded to H.Tong, The Confectioners Bakers and Allied Trades Exhibition awarded to H.Corradine 1930 GF to NEF, in base metal EF, Double Florin the reverse with an engraved of a sphinx on a plinth over a Rose with the inscription EGYPT, EAST LANCASHIRE Fine, Halfpenny Token 1793 barracks Good Fine
£70

Auction 117
Medals Lord Protector Medal struck in high relief in Copper after the design for the Gold Broad by Thomas Simon unlisted as such by Eim
£280

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