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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 3 October 2013 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 3 October 2013. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 36 - British Historical Medals
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
1831 (8th Sept) William IV & Queen Adelaide Coronation medal in silver, diameter 33m, GEF, toning a little patchy on reverse. Scarce. £100 to 130 £140.00
1851 Prince Albert, The Great Exhibition (Crystal Palace) white metal medal by Allen & Moore, bare head right, rev panoramic facade, details below, 52mm (BHM 2422), extremely fine, a few minor spots. £25 to 30 £44.00
1887 Victoria, official Royal Mint Golden Jubilee copper medal by J E Boehm & Frederick, Lord Leighton, engraved by L C Wyon, bust left, rev Empire enthroned, 77mm (BHM 1329; Eimer 1733) in very badly damaged case of issue, 'dusty' surface, nearly extremely fine. £45 to 70 £64.00
1906 Edward VII, The Inter Parliamentary Union 14th Conference, Palace of Westminster, silvered bronze medal by Allan Wyon, bare head left, rev draped figure beside legend, 51mm, deeply toned, extremely fine. £20 to 25 £20.00
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