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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 1 February 2017 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 1 February 2017. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 39 - Tribute Medals
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
280
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold from Shildon Club & Institute Ltd. presented to T. E. Wanless (6.2gms), VF. £60 to 100 £140.00
281
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold from Blackhall (6.2gms), VF. £60 to 100 £86.00
282
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold from Winlaton Welcome Home Fund, un-named (5gms). £50 to 80 £64.00
283
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold from Marsden, A. McGee is lightly erased on reverse (17.1gms), Nr VF. £170 to 200 £180.00
284
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold from Wylam, named to Pte. Thomas W. Stobbs (10.9gms), VF. £100 to 150 £100.00
285
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold, from Batley named to Pte. J. Rowles, Batley Volunteer K.O.Y.L.I on return from South Africa 1902 (10.7gms), VF. £100 to 150 £900.00
286
Tribute Medal in 9ct hallmarked gold, named to George R. Bowen 1919, obverse has CBR in shield & Great European War (4.2gms). £40 to 60 £74.00
287
Tribute Medals (5) Hartlepool in memory of Dec 16th 1914 (enamelled brass), W. Hartlepool Peace 1919 (silver hallmarked), Peace Commemoration (silver hallmarked), Ashington Welcome Home tribute medalet, Pelton Owners tribute medalet (silver), VF+ £50 to 100 £105.00
 
   
       
   
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