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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 23 October 2014 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 23 October 2014. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 37 - British Historical Medals
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
629
Edward VII & Alexandra Silver Coronation Medal, crown-sized in original fitted case. Signed J. Carter F on King's truncation, proof surfaces with frosted relief, choice and almost FDC, rainbow toned. £30 to 50 £44.00
630
Edward VII & Queen Alexandra Official Large Coronation Medal in bronze, practically FDC with original colour in RM box of issue, this in good condition. £30 to 50 £38.00
631
J. Dassier Kings & Queens Series, two original pieces in copper, Edward V & Richard III, EF. (2) £45 to 60 £52.00
632
J. Dassier Kings & Queens Series, two original pieces in copper, Oliver Cromwell & Mary II, EF. (2) £65 to 90 £65.00
633
J. Dassier Kings & Queens Series, two original pieces in copper, Stephen & Henry IV, EF. (2) £45 to 60 £45.00
634
J. Dassier Kings & Queens Series, two original pieces in copper, William II (Rufus) & Henry I, EF. (2) £45 to 60 £45.00
635
St. Paul's Cathedral, large silvered medal by Joshua Davis, Birmingham, undated, probable late 19thC, GVF. £10 to 20 £22.00
636
Victoria Official Royal Mint Jubilee Medal in bronze, very large, approx 225 gms in RM case of issue, hinge broken, once polished, now re-toned, EF. £40 to 60 £62.00
637
Victoria Official Royal Mint Jubilee Medal in bronze, very large, approx 225 gms, in RM case of issue, catch broken, toned, EF. £45 to 70 £88.00
638
1849 London, St Paul's Cathedral, white metal medal by J Davis, facade of the cathedral, rev interior, nave & choir, 60mm, very fine. £15 to 20 £20.00
639
1702 Queen Anne Official Coronation Medal in silver, 35mm, GVF. £100 to 150 £100.00
640
Newcastle upon Tyne - three large copper/bronze medals of the City: John Hodgson, elected MP July 30th 1830, 57 mm, GVF with a few small EK's, uncased, 1887 Jubilee, Royal Mining, Engineering & Industrial Exhibition, 50 mm, GEF, original case, George V & Queen Mary Coronation, 1911, The City & County of Newcastle upon Tyne, EF, 51 mm, box in poor condition. (3) £40 to 60 £52.00
641   1837-97 Large Bronze Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal with Official case, EF. £25 to 55 N/S
642
1837-97 Large Bronze Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal with Official case, EF. £25 to 55 £34.00
643
1837-97 Large Silver Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal, Official, un-cased and has been gilded, 56 mm, 84 gms, EF. £35 to 50 £42.00
644
1838 Victoria Coronation, large white metal medal by J Barber, crowned bust left holding sceptre, rev the Queen in regalia in procession under a canopy held aloft by Lords, 61mm (Eimer 1311), a superb example, much as struck, choice extremely fine. £30 to 50 £50.00
645
Jubilee/Coronation Official Royal Mint Medals in silver (8) plus two similar un-official base metal items, from 1897 to 1935, one in original card-case of issue. Total silver weight 101 gms. (10) £40 to 60 £54.00
646
Edward VII & Queen Alexandra Coronation, gold medal (probably 22ct) by E. Fuchs, obv. conjoined crowned busts, rev. female figure seated right looking to Westminster Abbey with 26th June 1902 on shield, matt finish, 20mm, contained within a very ornate national wreath mount (this probably 9ct) with Prince of Wales lis pendant at top for wearing. Also a small gold uniface medalet of King Edward VII, topped by crown & mount for wearing. (total weight 14.5 gms) £250 to 350 £250.00
647
Edward VIII as Prince of Wales, Official Gold Investiture Medal 1911, diameter 35mm, weight 29.4 gms, 22 carat. Obv. The Prince, crowned, rev. Carnarvon Castle, matt surfaces, UNC, only 200 pieces issued, unboxed. Rare. £750 to 1250 £2600.00
648
1937 Large Gold Coronation Medal in Official Royal Mint case of issue, c.120 grams, 22 carat gold. A very choice example of this rare medal. Virtually FDC. £2750 to 3000 £2750.00
649
1945 World War II, Achievements of XXXX Corps bronze medal by P Devrees, Brussels, rampant boar, Alamein Cuxhaven, rev 1944-45 Normandy . . final advance into Germany, 51mm (Eimer 2068), in box of issue, as struck. £10 to 15 £12.00
 
   
       
   
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