Lists 1 2 and 3, 2007 (scroll down for lists 2 and 3)

(Medals offered subject to prior sale)

List 1, 2007

  1. 1633, Scotland . SCOTTISH CORONATION OF CHARLES I. By N. Briot . Silver 28mm. Obv: Crowned bust right. Rev: A thistle and rose joined as one. MI I 265/60, pl. XXI/2. Very fine. $750
  2. 1689, England . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM AND MARY. By J. Roettiers. Silver 36mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: Jove hurling bolts at Phaethon. MI I 662/25, pl. LXX/10. Very fine, some insignificant nicks. $475 (SK4287)
  3. 1697, England/Europe. PEACE OF RYSWICK . By Jan Luder. Silver 21mm. Obv: Peace (or Charity) raising a female with an infant. Rev: Arms burning on an altar bearing the arms of Muiden supported by two tritons. MI II 175 464. Fine with some light scratches in its fields. $95
  4. 1702, England . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF QUEEN ANNE. By John Croker. Silver 35mm. Obv: Bust of Anne, left. Rev: Pallas hurling thunder at a two-headed monster. MI II 228/4, pl. CXV/4 (Variety with FR: in legend). Some insignificant marks in fields, otherwise extremely fine, lightly toned. $500
  5. 1718, Great Britain , Turkey , Germany and Venice . TREATY OF PASSAROWITZ. By J. Croker. Silver 46mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust of George I, right. Rev: George I standing and pointing to a globe. MI II 437/39, pl. CXLII/10. Very fine, some slight cuts, color a little uneven. $825 (TT4297)
  6. 1727, Great Britain . OFFICIAL CORONATION OF GEORGE II. By John Croker. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate bust, left. Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. MI II 479/4, pl CXLVIII/4. 800 issued. Extremely fine, lightly toned. $500
  7. 1735, Switzerland . 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REFORMATION AT GENEVA . By Jean Dassier. AE 53mm. Obv: A city view of Geneva . Rev: Religion seated on a cloud; a female ( Geneva ) standing before her; a yoke and broken shackles on the ground. Whiting 476. Very fine. $250 (TT4298)
  8. 1739, Great Britain . PORTOBELLO TAKEN. An illustrated list of a selection of “ Vernon ” medals is available upon request.
  9. Undated (circa 1750), Rome/Switzerland. ROMAN HISTORY. A SERIES OF 60 MEDALS. By Jean Dassier and Son. AE 31mm. Each medal depicts a figure or scene from Roman History on each side. Rare as a complete set. Extremely fine. $2,750
  10. 1759, Great Britain/Prussia. FREDERICK THE GREAT AND PRINCE FERDINAND OF BRUNSWICK . Unsigned. AE 39mm. Obv: Two figures shaking hands. Rev: A cavalry advance. MI II 704/437. A crude medal in the style of the “ Vernon ” medals. Fine. $125
  11. 1800, France . GENERAL KLEBER, MEMORIAL. By Puymaurin. AE 41mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. D’Essling 2804. Extremely fine. $125 (DD3214)
  12. 1800, France/Italy. THE BATTLE OF MARENGO. By Lavy. AE 53mm. Obv: Bust of Bonaparte, left. Rev: Hercules raising a female figure. Victory, inscribing a tablet, in the background. D’Essling 838, Bramsen 42. A handsome piece. Very fine. $325 (CE4278)
  13. 1809, Great Britain . GEORGE III ENTERS THE 50TH YEAR OF HIS REIGN. By T. Wyon Sr. WM 42mm. Obv: Cuirassed, draped bust, right. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. BHM 653. Bright, but with slight oxidization on high points and flecking in the fields. $75
  14. 1821, Great Britain . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE IV. By Benedetto Pistrucci. Silver 35mm. Obv: Laureate bust of George IV, left. Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. BHM 1070. 800 issued. In a contemporary, circular case. Extremely fine, lightly toned. $500
  15. 1822, France . ANDRÉ MASSÉNA, PRINCE D’ESSLING, MARSHAL OF FRANCE . By Gatteaux. AE 41mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $90 (PR4121)
  16. 1830, Great Britain . ACCESSION OF WILLIAM IV. WM 35mm. Obv: Bare head, left. Rev: Bust of Queen Adelaide. BHM1427. Bright, very fine. $45
  17. 1835, Austria . FERDINAND I, HOMAGE OF THE LOWER AUSTRIAN STATES. By J.D. Boehm. AE 47mm. Obv: Laureate bust, right. Rev: A standing female and a reclining river god. Extremely fine. $125
  18. 1838, Great Britain . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF VICTORIA . By Pistrucci. Silver 35mm. Obv: Bust of Victoria, left. Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. BHM 1801. 2,209 issued. A medal that has become surprisingly scarce. In a contemporary, circular case. Extremely fine, lightly toned. $550
  19. 1839, Belgium . TRIBUTE TO D.C. DU MORTIER. By J. Leclercq. AE 50mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $30
  20. 1840, France . THE RETURN OF NAPOLEON’S REMAINS. AE 52mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Napoleon, right. Rev: The names of battles radiating around an eagle. Some insignificant spots, otherwise extremely fine. $150 (PR 4046)
  21. 1841, Great Britain . BIRTH OF THE PRINCE OF WALES . By T. Halliday. WM 45mm. Obv: Conjoined bust of Victoria and Albert, left. Rev: Baptismal scene. BHM 1992 R. Brilliant, insignificant marks in its fields. Pierced (typical). $75
  22. 1846, Austria . INAUGURATION OF A MONUMENT TO FRANCIS I IN VIENNA . By Konrad Lange. AE 50mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Ferdinand I, right. Rev: The monument. A slight spot on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine and a pleasing piece. $125
  23. 1848, Belgium . ST MICHEL ET GUDULE, BRUSSELS . By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $150
  24. Undated (mid 19th C.), Germany . BAPTISMAL MEDAL. Unsigned. Silver 37mm. Obv: Bust of Christ, left. Rev: John the Baptist baptizing Christ. Very fine. $30
  25. 1853, Belgium . ANDRÉ DUMONT , GEOLOGIST. By G. Jéhotte. AE 60mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $60
  26. 1853, Belgium . 18TH BIRTHDAY OF THE DUKE OF BRABANT . By Dubois. AE 51mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $50 (TT960)
  27. 1853, Belgium . TRIBUTE TO MARIE-HENRIETTA-ANNE OF AUSTRIA , DUCHESS OF BRABANT . By Dubois. AE 50mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription. Slight edge bump, otherwise extremely fine. $50
  28. 1853, Germany . MUNSTERKIRCHE, AACHEN . By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $150
  29. 1853, Great Britain . STUDENTS’ PRIZE, DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND ART. By William Wyon. AE 45mm. Obv: “Penny Black” bust, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Edge: Inscribed to recipient. Extremely fine. $75
  30. 1854, France . ST. FRONT, PERIGUEUX. By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $150
  31. 1857, Great Britain . FOUNDATION OF THE ROYAL VICTORIA PATRIOTIC ASYLUM. By W.J. Taylor. AE 46mm. Obv: “Gothic” portrait of Victoria , left. Rev: Inscription. BHM 2611 RR. Some nicks, otherwise extremely fine. $150 (CE4276)
  32. 1857, Italy . ST. PETER’S BASILICA, ROME . By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $175
  33. 1858, Great Britain/Prussia. MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCESS ROYAL AND PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM OF PRUSSIA . By L.C. Wyon. AE 63mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Inscription within a floral wreath. BHM 2627. Some insignificant nicks, otherwise extremely fine. $325 (TT4294)
  34. 1859, Great Britain . HENRY HALLAM, Historian. By L.C. Wyon. AE 64mm. Obv: Bare head, right. Rev: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $175 (WJ4272)
  35. 1860, Great Britain . LOCAL PRIZE FOR SUCCESS IN ART. By William Wyon. AE 55mm. Obv: “Penny Black” portrait of Victoria , left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Edge: Inscription to recipient. Cased. Extremely fine. $65
  36. 1861, Austria . INSTALATION OF THE IMPERIAL SENATE. By Wenzel Seidan. AE 46mm. Obv: Bust of Franz Joseph I, left, within a circle of shields. Rev: A female standing with a shield. Extremely fine. $95
  37. 1861, France . CHARTRES CATHEDRAL. By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $160
  38. 1862, Norway . ST. OLAV’S, TRONDHEIM . By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $175
  39. 1863, Great Britain/Denmark. MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES AND PRINCESS ALEXANDRA. By Brooks & Adams. WM 46mm. Obv: A marriage scene. Rev: Plumes above an inscription within a wreath. BHM 2756. Brilliant with slight oxidization on highest points. Pierced (typical). $50
  40. 1864, Great Britain . TERCENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. By W.J. Toft. AE 23mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: View of Shakespeare’s Birthplace. BHM 2814. Extremely fine. $50
  41. 1867, Portugal . ST. MARIA OF BELEM , LISBON . By Jacques Wiener. AE 60mm. Obv: Exterior view. Rev: Interior view. Extremely fine. $160
  42. 1869, Great Britain . OPENING OF BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE AND HOLBORN VIADUCT. By G.G. Adams. AE 77mm. Rev: Diademed head of Victoria , left. Rev: The bridge and viaduct. BHM 2906, Welch 11. From the “City of London ” series (400 struck). Cased. Extremely fine. $400 (CE4281)
  43. 1869, Great Britain . OPENING OF BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE AND HOLBORN VIADUCT. By G.G. Adams. AE 77mm. Rev: Diademed head of Victoria , left. Rev: The bridge and viaduct. BHM 2906, Welch 11. From the “City of London ” series (400 struck). Cased Pair (Rare as such). Case slightly scuffed and the lid very slightly warped. Extremely fine. $800 (CE4282)
  44. 1872, Great Britain . THANKSGIVING FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES . By J.S. and A.B. Wyon. AE 77mm. Obv: Londinia, attended by Britannia, invites the Queen and the Prince of Wales into St. Paul ’s Cathedral. Rev: Interior view of St. Paul ’s Cathedral. BHM 2928. Welch 12. 400 struck. Cased. Extremely fine. $400 (CE4283)
  45. Undated (circa 1875), Great Britain . ST. THOMAS ’S HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL , RICHARD MEAD MEDAL. By L.C. Wyon. AE 73mm. Obv: Draped bust, right. Rev: Salus holding a patera, a snake entwined around her arm. BHM 3000 R. Some insignificant spots and discoloration, otherwise extremely fine. A handsome and rare medal. $675 (TT4291)
  46. 1879, Great Britain/Prussia. MARRIAGE OF THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT AND PRINCESS LOUISE OF PRUSSIA . By J.S. and A.B. Wyon. AE 64mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: A crown above two shields. BHM 3052. Extremely fine. $325 (TT4295)
  47. 1882, Great Britain/Germany. MARRIAGE OF THE DUKE OF ALBANY AND PRINCESS HELEN OF WALDECK. By J.S. and A.B. Wyon. AE 64mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: Two crowned shields. BHM 3113. Some insignificant spots and nicks. $300 (TT4300)
  48. 1885, Great Britain/Germany. MARRIAGE OF PRINCESS BEATRICE AND PRINCE HENRY OF BATTENBERG. By A. Wyon. AE 64mm. Obv: Two crowned shields. BHM 3183. Extremely fine. $325 (TT4299)
  49. 1886, Austria . CLEMENT MAXIMILIAN BACHOFEN VON ECHT. By Anton Scharff. AE 49mm. Obv: Bust, ¾ right. Rev: An armorial shield surmounted by a helmet and a sheep. Extremely fine with some luster. $125
  50. 1887, Great Britain . VICTORIA ’S JUBILEE. By Joseph Moore. AE 39mm. Obv: Diademed, draped head, left. Rev: An inscription within a wreath and shields. BHM 3262. Extremely fine. $40
  51. 1887, Great Britain . VICTORIA ’S JUBILEE, ST. GILES, CRIPPLEGATE. By Baddeley Bros. AE 45mm. Obv: Veiled, diademed head, left. Rev: View of the church. BHM 3220. Extremely fine. $75
  52. Undated (late 19th C.), Spain . TRIBUTE TO DAOIZ AND VELARDE, HEROES OF THE NAPOLEONIC WAR. By V. Gonzalez. AE 51mm. Obv: Two ovals containing portraits. Rev: Inscription within a continuous wreath. Vives 199. Extremely fine. $75 (BG2969)
  53. 1890, Great Britain (philately). JUBILEE OF THE PENNY POST. By L.C. Lauer. AE 66mm. Obv: Bust of Sir Rowland Hill above an envelope. Rev: Bust of Victoria above an envelope. BHM 3407. Extremely fine. $350 (There is an article on this medal in the latest issue of TAMS Journal) (TT4027)
  54. 1892, Great Britain . CENTENNARY OF THE BAPTIST MISSION . WM 45mm. Obv: Three circular compartments showing symbols of West Indian emancipation, India , China and Africa . Rev: The house in which the mission was formed. Pierced with a loop. Bright, extremely fine. $60
  55. 1892, Great Britain . THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN SAILORS’ SOCIETY. WM 39mm. Obv: Uniformed bust of the Duke of Clarence. Rev: The ship “Bacchante” under full sail. Bright, very fine. $45
  56. 1892, Great Britain . SCIENCE AND ART DEPARTMENT , AWARD FOR PROFIECIENCY IN SCIENCE. By William Wyon. AE 38mm. Obv: “Penny Black” portrait, left. Rev: Inscription. Edge: Inscription to recipient. Extremely fine. $40
  57. 1894, Great Britain . OPENING OF THE MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL . WM 37mm. Obv: Bust of Victoria within concentric legend. Rev: A sailing ship and a steam vessel. Pierced (typical). Very fine. $25
  58. 1895, Great Britain . CENTENARY OF THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Bronzed-WM 45mm. Obv: Four scenes including individuals being burnt alive and hung. Rev: The Ship “Duff.” Pierced (typical). Very fine. $50
  59. Undated (circa 1897), VICTORIA . By C.B. Birch. Uniface, cast AE. 160mm. Obv: Crowned, veiled bust, right. Extremely fine. $375 (CE4285)
  60. 1897, Great Britain . VICTORIA ’S DIAMOND JUBILEE. AE 44mm. Obv: Crowned, veiled bust, left. Rev: Inscription. W & E 3922 A1. Loop for suspension with a faded and frayed ribbon. Light marks, otherwise extremely fine. $45
  61. 1897, Great Britain . VICTORIA ’S DIAMOND JUBILEE. Signed with a T.B.B. monogram. AE 44mm. Obv: Diademed, laureate, veiled, draped bust of Victoria, right. Rev: Young, diademed head of Victoria within a circular medallion flanked by branches and flags. BHM3580. Cased. Extremely fine. $75
  62. 1897, Great Britain . VICTORIA ’S 60TH YEAR OF REIGN. By Frank Bowcher. AE 76mm. Obv: Crowned, draped bust of Victoria , left. Rev: Britannia seated and receiving three figures. BHM 3510. From the “City of London ” series of medals. 500 struck. Cased. Extremely fine. $400 (CE4284)
  63. 1897, Scotland . DUNBARTONSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. AE 39mm. Obv: A shield above a group of animals. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Very fine, edge somewhat uneven. $100
  64. 1897, South Africa . VICTORIA ’S JUBILEE. Unsigned. WM 40mm. Obv: Diademed, draped bust of Victoria , left. Rev: Royal arms above those of the Transvaal . BHM 3589 R. Extremely fine. $125
  65. 1898, France . AGENTS DE CHANGE DE PARIS . By Oscar Roty. Silver 50mm. Obv: a putto pouring coins from a cornucopia into a small chest on the lap of a seated female. Rev: A snake entwined around a mirror and a branch. View of Paris . Cased. Extremely fine. $150 (TT4292)
  66. 1901, Austria . (Railroad). DR. HEINRICH R. VON WITTEK, 25TH ANNIVERSARY AS PRESIDENT OF THE AUSTRIAN RAILROAD CLUB. AE plaquette 39mm x 60mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: A winged wheel above an inscription. Color slightly uneven, otherwise extremely fine. $100
  67. 1902, Great Britain . CORONATION OF EDWARD VII, CAMBRIDGE . AE 38mm. Obv: Crowned bust, right. Rev: an armorial shield. Pierced (typical). Extremely fine. $30
  68. 1902, Great Britain . CORONATION OF EDWARD VII, GRAND HOTEL. By Emile Fuchs. AE 38mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: View of the hotel. Cased. Extremely fine. $60
  69. 1902, Great Britain . CORONATION OF EDWARD VII, HOTEL METROPOLE, LONDON . By Emile Fuchs. Cased pair. 1) AE 38mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: View of the hotel. 2) AE 20mm. Obv: Conjoined busts. Rev: Britannia seated. Integral loop. Some light handling. $75
  70. 1906, Austria . THE UNVEILING OF THE “DEUTSCHMEISTER” MONUMENT AT VIENNA . By Karl Maria Schwerdtner. AE 63mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Franz Ludwig of Pfalz-Neuburg and Arch Duke Eugen. Rev: The monument. Extremely fine. $60
  71. Undated (circa 1910), France . “CERAMICS” By G. Prud’homme. Plaquette 51mm x 64mm. Obv: A seated female holding up a small vase. Rev: Various ceramic objects on a monument. Cased. Extremely fine. $125
  72. 1911, Great Britain . CORONATION OF GEORGE, ROWNTREE’S MEDAL. AE-gilt 33mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Inscription. In its original cardboard box.
  73. 1911, Great Britain . CORONATION OF GEORGE V, Wimbledon . AE 35mm. Obv: Conjoined, crowned busts, left. Rev: An armorial shield. BHM4026. Extremely fine. $30 (CL1291)
  74. Undated (circa World War I), Germany . VON HINDENBURG. Uniface, cast iron 37mm. Obv: Head, left. Extremely fine. $45
  75. 1914, Germany . CROWN PRINCE WILHELM. By R. Küchler. Cast iron 98mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, left. Rev: A naked warrior with a sword and shield. Cf. Zetzmann 4019. Extremely fine. $225 (CE4275)
  76. 1916, Austria . ARCHDUKE FREIDERICH, ALLIANCE WITH THE CENTRAL POWERS. By Mayer & Wilhelm. AE 54mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Rev: A crown above a double eagle. Slightly streaky finish (typical of this and similar pieces), extremely fine. $150
  77. 1917, Austria/Germany. OBSTLT. ROBERT SIRK. Uniface Zinc 67mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Very fine. $45 (TT3338)
  78. 1918, France . MARSHAL FOCH. By A. Maillard. AE 50mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, left. Rev: Quote by Foch made in London . Extremely fine. $60
  79. 1918, France . MARSHAL FOCH. By J.P. Legastelois. AE 68mm. Obv: Bust, three-quarters right. Rev: The Gallic rooster breaking a sword. Extremely fine. $125
  80. Undated (World War I). Belgium . “FOR THE FUTURE.” By Devreese. Bee-hive shaped medal. AE 25mm x 33mm. Obv: A beehive. Rev: A female serving food to children. Original loop for suspension. $25
  81. 1919, Belgium . APPRECIATION OF THE CITY OF ANTWERP FOR AID WORK DURING THE WAR. AE 65mm. Obv: A standing, allegorical female surrounded by a mother and infant, a girl, naked boy and an old man. Rev: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $75
  82. 1919, Great Britain . BIRMINGHAM PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. Unsigned. Uniface AE plaquette 47mm x 90mm. Obv: A seated female holding a wreath. Very fine. $95
  83. 1920, France . THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER. By M. Damman. AE 68mm. Obv: Three draped female figures. Rev: Soldiers carrying a coffin. The Arc de Triomphe in the background. A superb Art Nouveau medal. Extremely fine. $175 (TT4288)
  84. 1925, Belgium . 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF CHAMBRE SYNDICALE DES MAITRES IMPRIMEURS, BRUSSELS . AE 52mm x 49mm. Obv: A printer working an early press. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $125
  85. 1925, Great Britain/Argentina. VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO ARGENTINA . By J.M. Lubary. Silver 50mm. Obv: Head, right. Rev: Two shields. BHM 4201 R. Insignificant nicks, otherwise extremely fine. $225 (CE4280)
  86. 1925, Great Britain . THE CENTENARY OF THE STOCKTON AND DARLINGTON RAILWAY. By G. Bayes. AE 76mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Edward Pease and George Stephenson, left. Rev: Vulcan holding a model of Locomotive No. 1. Another locomotive in the background. BHM 4105. In its original cardboard case. Extremely fine. $175 (TT4289)
  87. 1925, South Africa . CENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF PAUL KRUGER. AE 61mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Three shields with South Africa in the background. Extremely fine. $150
  88. Undated (circa 1920), Belgium . CANINE AWARD. By Schwab. AE 41mm. Obv: Diana running with a hound. Rev: Branches around a circular compartment. Color a little streaked. Extremely fine. $20
  89. 1930, Belgium . CENTENARY OF INDEPENDENCE . By Rau. AE 70mm. Obv: A winged female holding a crown and an olive branch. Rev: A sword rising out of ears of wheat. Color slightly uneven, otherwise extremely fine. $50
  90. 1930, Hungary (Judaica). DR. KISS ARNOLD. AE uniface plaquette 54mm x 65mm. Obv: Bust, left. Extremely fine. $175
  91. 1934, France . ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY. Unsigned. AE 41mm. Obv: A female standing with outstretched arms and surrounded by a dog, cat and other animals. Rev: Branches and inscription. Some insignificant spotting, otherwise extremely fine. $45
  92. 1934, South Africa/France. IN COMMEMORATION OF 1914-18 FROM FRENCH EX- SERVICE MEN TO THE B.E.S.L. ( SOUTH AFRICA ) PILGRIMAGE. By M. Delannoy. AE 51mm. Obv: A bust of female warrior, right. Rev: Inscription. Color slightly uneven, extremely fine. $75
  93. 1937, Great Britain . ABANDONED CORONATION OF EDWARD VIII. By H.B. Sale. Silvered-AE 50mm. Obv: Crowned bust, left. Rev: Five figures linking hands around a globe. Cased. Extremely fine. $125
  94. 1937, Great Britain . (Judaica). CORONATION OF GEORGE VI, NORWOOD JEWISH ORPHANAGE. AE-gilt 38mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: The orphanage. Extremely fine. $60
  95. 1938, Sweden . 125TH ANNIVERSARY OF HAEGSTRÖMSKA PRINT WORKS. AE 56mm. Obv: Three busts. Rev: A printing press. Extremely fine. $100
  96. 1945, U.S.A./Luxemburg. TRIBUTE TO GENERAL PATTON, BY THE CITY OF ETTELBRUCK . By J. Lefevre. AE 70mm. Obv: Head in a helmet, right. Rev: A Crowned shield. Extremely fine. $125
  97. 1948, Belgian Congo . 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOWER CONGO RAILROAD. AE plaquette 92mm x 60mm. Obv: A monument showing two groups of individuals with a train in the background. Rev: Bilingual inscription. Extremely fine. $200
  98. 1950, Belgium . GEORGES VAN LERBERGHE. By G. Jacobs. AE 60mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $30
  99. 1951, France . THE HISTORY OF PARIS . By R. Delamarre. Uniface AE plaquette 92mm x 188mm. Obv: Various figures representing historical events. Extremely fine. $325 (TT4293)
  100. 1951, U.S.A. UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS , SCHOOL OF PHARMACY . Uniface AE 76mm. Obv: A shield bearing a mortar and pestle. Extremely fine. $40
  101. 1959, Belgian Congo . 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BANK OF BELGIAN CONGO . AE 70mm. Obv: An elephant. Rev: Two buildings. Some slight marks, otherwise extremely Fine. $100
  102. 1962, U.S.A. 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW YORK . AE 76mm. Obv: A nude male with other figures in the background. Rev: Logo and tree. Extremely fine. $45
  103. 1965, Austria . INTERNATIONAL POSTAL EXPOSITION, VIENNA . Uniface AE plaquette 70mm x 90mm. Obv: A stamp above an inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $25
  104. 1970, Great Britain/U.S.A. 350TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SAILING OF THE “MAYFLOWER.” By Paul Vincze. Published by Spink & Son, Ltd. Silver-gilt. Cased pair 57mm, 38mm. Obv: A group of pilgrims. Rev: Columbia and Britannia holding a wreath above an unfurled scroll. Limited edition of 100. Cased with certificate. Some staining on side of lid (unfortunately common for this type case). Some patches of slight toning. Extremely fine. $125
  105. 1970, U.S.A./Great Britain . THE ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN MARY AT LONG BEACH. AE 39mm. Obv: ¾ view of the ship under steam. In its original plastic holder with a stand and sealed in a polythene bag. Extremely fine. $30 (BE3592)
  106. 1971, Guinea-Bissau . NEW NAVAL INSTALATION. AE 84mm. Obv: A stylized naval boat. Rev: An anchor above initials within a wreath. Extremely fine. $75 (PP2198)
  107. 1973, Great Britain . OPENING OF THE NEW LONDON BRIDGE . AE 51mm. Obv: A view of the bridge. Rev: Arms of the City of London . One of the later medals of the City of London series. Extremely fine. $30-
  108. 1976, Great Britain . ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS. Unsigned. Silver 65mm. Obv: Bust of Prince Philip, left. Rev: The façade of the Royal Society of Arts building. Edge: Inscribed to recipient. In original, Royal Mint Case. Extremely fine. $75

MEDALS RELATED TO EXHIBITIONS

  1. 1846, Belgium . WILLIAM TELL SOCIETY OF ANTWERP TRIENNIAL EXPOSITION. AE 50mm. Obv: A shield showing a crossbow. Rev: Inscription. Edge a little uneven, othwerwise extremely fine. $20
  2. 1851, Great Britain . THE GREAT EXHIBITION. By Messrs Allen & Moore. WM 52mm. Obv: Head of Prince Albert, right. Rev: The Crystal Palace . BHM 2421. Some slight nicks, otherwise bright, extremely fine. $75 (CE4279)
  3. 1851, Great Britain . THE COUNCIL MEDAL OF THE GREAT EXHIBITION. By W. Wyon and J.P. Domard after H. Bonnardel. AE 89mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Victoria and Albert, left. Rev: Mercury and Commerce standing before Britannia. Edge: Inscription to the Government Oldenburg . BHM 2461. Very fine. $1,350 (TT4290)
  4. 1855, France . UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION. By Albert Barre. AE 60mm. Obv: Bare head of Napoleon III, right. Rev: The French arms encircled by the shields of participating nations. Extremely fine. $45
  5. 1855, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. By Ponscarme. AE 50mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Napoleon III, left. Rev: A winged female holding a plan of the exposition site. Very fine. $40
  6. Undated (circa 1855), France . UNIVERSAL EXPOSITON. By Ponscarme. AE 51mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Napoleon III. Rev: Inscription: B. VICKERMAN/ & FILS. Slight wear on the highest points. $75
  7. 1857, Great Britain . OPENING OF MANCHESTER ART EXHIBITION. WM 43mm. Obv: Three allegorical females amid various objects. Rev: The exhibition building. BHM 2609. Bright, very fine. $35
  8. 1860, Austria . INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, VIENNA . Unsigned. AE 43mm. Obv: Bust of St. Joseph. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $60
  9. 1860, Belgium . CANINE SHOW, BRUSSELS . By A. Fisch. Silver-gilt 39mm. Obv: Bust of Leopold II. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $45
  10. 1862, Italy/Great Britain . ITALIAN PARTICIPATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON . By G. Ferrari. AE 56mm. Obv: Bust of Victor Emanuel II, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Slight rubbing on high points and light scuffs in the fields. $95 (GB3082)
  11. 1866, Sweden . SCANDANAVIAN EXPOSITION, STOCKHOLM . By Lea Ahlborn. WM 44mm. Obv: Bust of Oscar I, right. Rev: Exhibition building. A ring of dark staining on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine. $25
  12. 1866, Sweden . INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, STOCKHOLM . WM 37mm. Obv: A large building. Rev: An exposition building. Bright, extremely fine. $20
  13. 1872, Denmark . SCANDINAVIAN EXPOSITION, COPENHAGEN . WM 55mm. Obv: Three allegorical figures. Rev: An exhibition building. Bright, very fine. $20
  14. 1872, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, LYON . Signed “C.T.” WM-gilt 51mm. Obv: A female bust with wings and a wreath in her hair. Rev: An exposition building. Extremely fine. $60
  15. 1873, Austria . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, VIENNA . By Anton Scharff. Brass WM 33mm. Obv: Bust of Franz Joseph, right. Rev: Exposition building. Contained in a uniface, brass “box medal,” 38mm. Obv: Armorial shield. Medal lightly handled, box medal container: fine. $60
  16. 1873, Austria/France. FRENCH PARTICIPATION IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, VIENNA . Unsigned. AE 51mm. Obv: A seated figure of Minerva. Rev: Wreath (center plain). Extremely fine. $75
  17. 1874, Great Britain . INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. By J.E. Boehm and G.T. Morgan (designer of the “Morgan” dollar). AE 51mm. Obv: Head of the Prince of Wales, left. Rev: The Horticultural Society’s Arcades and the Albert Hall. BHM 2992. Some insignificant spots. Very slight rubbing on the highest points. $75 (CE4277)
  18. 1878, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. By Oudiné. AE 51mm. Obv: A female head with flowers, ears of wheat, olive leaves and oak leaves in her hair. Rev: The Trocadero. Some insignificant spots, otherwise extremely fine. $25
  19. 1881, Great Britain . INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES EXHIBITION. By L.C. Wyon and J. Pinches after L.F. Day. AE 46mm. Obv: Draped, diademed head of Victoria , left. Rev: A cartouche, crab, fish and seaweed. BHM 3111 R. Cased. Extremely fine. $135 (EC4273)
  20. 1881, Sweden . INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, MALMO . By Lea Ahlborn. AE 52mm. Obv: Bust of Oscar II, right. Rev: A seated female with objects symbolic of industry and commerce. Extremely fine. $30
  21. 1883, Netherlands . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, AMSTERDAM . WM 51mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of the king and queen, left. Rev: Exposition buildings. Very fine with some patches of corrosion. $20
  22. 1884, Great Britain . INTERNATIONAL HEALTH EXHIBITION. By L.C. Wyon and J. Pinches. AE 46mm. Obv: Draped, diademed head of Victoria , left. Rev: Two figures standing before a globe. BHM 3175. Cased. Extremely fine. $125 (EC4274)
  23. 1885, Belgium . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, ANTWERP . By A. Fisch. AE 50mm. Obv: Bust of Leopold II, left. Rev: Exhibition buildings. In a contemporary, circular cardboard box. Brilliant, extremely fine. $60
  24. 1885, Belgium . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, ANTWERP . By Charles Wiener. Gilt base metal. 60mm. Obv: Bust of Leopold II, right. Rev: A seated female and a putto with various objects symbolic of the arts and industry. Extremely fine. $75
  25. 1886, Great Britain . INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LIVERPOOL . By Elkington & Co. AE 51mm. Obv: Crowned head of Victoria , left. Rev: A female standing before a terrestrial globe. BHM 3216. In its original case. $160 (TT4296)
  26. 1886, Great Britain . COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION, LONDON . By L.C. Wyon. AE 52mm. Obv: Head of the Prince of Wales, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Edge: Inscription to recipient. BHM 3209. Extremely fine. $50
  27. 1888, Belgium . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, BRUSSELS . By A. Fisch. AE-gilt 35mm. Obv: Bust of Leopold II, left. Rev: A branch with exposition buildings in the background. Very fine. $10
  28. 1888, Denmark . SCANDINAVIAN EXPOSITION, COPENHAGEN . WM 53mm. Obv: A group of five allegorical females. Rev: An exhibition building. Bright, extremely fine. $25
  29. 1888, Switzerland . NATIONAL EXPOSITION. WM 45mm. Obv: An allegorical female and two putti. Rev: The exposition building. Bright, very fine. $20
  30. 1889, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. AE 32mm. Obv: A female bust, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. with some luster. $10
  31. 1889, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. By Oudiné. AE 51mm. Obv: A female head with flowers, ears of wheat, olive leaves and oak leaves in her hair. Rev: View of the exposition with the Eiffel Tower . Very fine. $20
  32. 1891, Great Britain . THE ROYAL NAVAL EXHIBITION. By A.E. Warner. WM 38mm. Obv: Eddystone Lighthouse between H.M.S. Victory and H.M.S. Camperdown. BHM 3419. Slight oxidization, but generally bright. $25
  33. 1893, U.S.A. THE COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO . Wood 87mm. Obv: The Administrative building. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $90
  34. 1894, Austria . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, VIENNA . By W. Pittner . Aluminum 42mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, ¾ right, of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Rev: A cartouche set against two cornucopiae. Extremely fine. $65
  35. 1896, Switzerland . THE SWISS NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. By H. Bovy after J.A. Dassier. Silver 28mm. Obv: bust of Jean Dassier, medalist, right. Rev: Putti on a monument. Attractively toned, light nicks. $60
  36. 1897, Sweden/Norway. ART & INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, STOCKHOLM . AE 61mm. Obv: Bust of Oscar II, left.. Rev: A semi-nude, seated female holding a palm frond. Extremely fine. $60
  37. 1901, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, NICE. AE gilt 50mm. Obv: Neptune and an allegorical female either side of a shield, symbols industry and commerce. Rev: A blank cartouche set against branches. Gilding worn on high points. $25
  38. 1905, Belgium . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, LIEGE . Aluminum 39mm. Obv: Entrance to the exposition. Rev: A crowned armorial shield. Original ribbon and suspender. Extremely fine. $15
  39. 1910, Belgium . UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION, BRUSSELS . AE plaquette. 62mm x 49mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Count Adrien Van der Burgh and Eugene Keym, right. Rev: A seated, nude female holding two shields. Exposition building in the background. Extremely fine. $100
  40. 1913, Belgium . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, GHENT . By Carl de Cock. AE 56mm. Obv: A nude male on a rearing horse. Rev: A shield and branches with an exposition building in the background. Some insignificant marks, otherwise extremely fine. $75
  41. 1913, Belgium . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, GHENT . AE-gilt 28mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Albert I and Elizabeth, left. Rev: An exhibition building. Light handling. $10
  42. 1914, France . INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, LYON . AE 50mm. Obv: A reclining female with a cornucopia. City view in the background. Rev: A shield and tablet set against branches. Insignificant spots on the obverse, reverse discolored. $30

List 2, 2007

  1. 1603, England . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF JAMES I. Silver 28mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust, right. Rev: A rampant lion. MI I 101/11. plate XIV/11, Wollaston i. Rare. (The rarest of the English medals). Very fine, light, even toning. A pleasing example of this medal. $2,750 (TT4306)
  2. 1662, England . MARRIAGE OF CHARLES II, “THE GOLDEN MEDAL.” By John Roettier. Silver 43mm. Obv: Bust of Charles II, right. Rev: Bust of the Queen, right. MI I 489/111, pl. XLVII/1. Very fine with multiple small nicks. $600 (AB2600)
  3. 1661, England . OFFICICAL CORONATION MEDAL OF CHARLES II. By Thomas Simon. Silver 31mm. Obv: Crowned bust right. Rev: Allegorical coronation scene. MI I 472/76, plate XLV/7, Wollaston v. Fine, lightly cleaned in the past. $375
  4. 1688, England/Netherlands. LANDING OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE AT TORBAY . By R. Arondeaux. Silver 49mm. Obv: Britannia greeting William III. Rev: Boats landing troops. MI I 639/65, plate LXVIII/4. Rare. Very fine with an edge bump noticeable on the obverse. $1,250
  5. 1689, England . CORONATION OF WILLIAM AND MARY. By George Bower. Contemporary silver cast 37mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: Perseus rescuing Andromeda. MI I 669/26, pl. LXX/11. In a contemporary circular shagreen case. Extremely fine. $675
  6. 1702, England . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF QUEEN ANNE. By John Croker. Silver 35mm. Obv: Bust of Anne, left. Rev: Pallas hurling thunder at a two-headed monster. MI II 228/4, pl. CXV/4 (Variety with FR: in legend). Very fine, some slight nicks. $350
  7. 1714, Great Britain . CORONATION OF GEORGE I. By Nicolaus Seelander. Uniface electrotype 128mm (but with a border extending further than the original edge). Obv: Cuirassed, laureate bust, right. The letters of Inscription are composed of symbols. MI II 426/15, plate CXL/6. Original examples of this impressive medal are extremely rare. Very fine. $625 (FD4312)##U
  8. 1741, Great Britain . ABRAHAM DE MOIVRE, Mathematician. By J.A. Dassier. AE 55mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription within a cartouche. MI II 565/197, pl. CLX/8. Extremely fine. $225
  9. 1761, CORONATION OF CHARLOTTE . By Natter. AE 34mm. Obv: Bust of Charlotte, right. Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. BHM 66 variety Rare. Very fine. $325
  10. Undated (circa 1785), U.S.A./Great Britain . AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE . By Lewis Pingo. Silver 40mm. Obv: Bust of George III, right. Rev: Liberty standing and holding a cap and spear. BHM 265 RRR, Eimer (Pingo) 54. Extremely fine. $4,750 (MT4306) A medal of great historical significance for its allusion to American Independence. The exact occasion for which it was struck is unclear. Brown notes: “it is possible that it was struck on the occasion of John Adams, the first American Ambassador’s initial interview with George III.”
  11. 1795, Great Britain/Brunswick. MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK . Unsigned. WM 43mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Two cornucopiae, two hearts and an inscription. BHM 396 RR. Some slight wear. $225 (RC4308)
  12. 1801, Ireland/Great Britain . UNION OF IRELAND WITH GREAT BRITAIN . By J.G. Hancock and P. Kempson. AE 38mm. Obv: Britannia and Hibernia holding a bundle of rods; a pyramid in the background. Rev: The British lion reclining on an anchor. BHM 494. Extremely fine. $90
  13. 1809, Great Britain . DEATH OF SIR JOHN MOORE. By G. Mills and J.A. Couriguer. AE 41mm. Obv: Bare head, left. Rev: A Roman soldier protecting a fallen body and fending off an attacking eagle. BHM 666. From Mudie’s series of “National Medals.” Color very slightly uneven, otherwise extremely fine. $150
  14. Undated (circa 1815), Great Britain . THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON . By Rundell, Bridge and Rundell. Uniface AE 38mm. Obv: Bare head, right. BHM 861. Very fine. $90
  15. Undated (circa 1820), Netherlands . PETRUS NANNIUS, Humanist. By Jean Henri Simon. AE 45mm. Obv: Bust, in a cap, left. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $20
  16. 1820, Great Britain . QUEEN CAROLINE’S RETURN TO ENGLAND . By P. Kempson. WM 41mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Britannia welcoming a ship. BHM 1021. Very fine. $125
  17. 1821, Great Britain . CORONATION OF GOERGE IV, BOX MEDAL. Unsigned (J.G. Hancock?). AE 46mm. Obv: Laureate bust of George IV, left. Rev: A crown above a rose, thistle and shamrock. Contains 17 round discs entitles “Chronology of the Sovereigns of England.” BHM 1078. RRR. $750 (CL4301)
  18. 1830, Great Britain . SOCIETY OF APOTHOCARIES. By William Wyon. AE 47mm. Obv: Bust of Charles Linnaeus, right. Rev: A boy before a seated female. Cased. Extremely fine. $175
  19. 1831, Great Britain . OPENING OF LONDON BRIDGE . By Benjamin Wyon. WM 27mm. Obv: Arms. Rev: Bridge-House estates mark within an oak wreath. BHM 1545, Welch 2 A little dull, extremely fine. $45
  20. 1833, France . TRIBUTE TO THE JUSSIEU FAMILY, BOTANISTS. By Oudiné. AE 59mm. Obv: 3 conjoined busts, left. Rev: An inscription. In a contemporary, circular case. Some insignificant spots, otherwise extremely fine. Case rather rubbed. $120 (EL4212)
  21. 1833, Great Britain . TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. By Ottley. WM 28mm. Obv: A man and woman supporting a shield. Rev: A temperance pledge. Pierced with remnant s of ribbon. Extremely fine. $60
  22. 1838, Great Britain . OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF VICTORIA . By Pistrucci. AE 35mm. Obv: Bust of Victoria, left. Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. BHM 1801. Very fine. $175
  23. Undated (circa 1840), Great Britain . CHRONOLOGY OF THE REIGNS OF ENGLAND . By T. Ottley. WM 65mm. Obv: Inscriptions radiating from a circular compartment containing a head of Victoria . Rev: Inscriptions radiating from a circular compartment containing an inscription. Not recorded in BHM. Very fine. Clasp on the case missing. $135
  24. Undated (circa 1840), India/Great Britain . LORD WILLIAM BENTINCK, GOVERNOR GENERAL OF INDIA . By Carter for Hardman & Iliffe. AE 52mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Lengthy inscription. Unrecorded in BHM and Puddester. Color a little uneven, otherwise extremely fine. $275 (RC4309)
  25. 1841, Great Britain . DUKE OF WELLINGTON LAUDATORY MEDAL. By Benedetto Pistrucci. AE 61mm. Obv: Head, left. Rev: A Corinthian helmet above a thunderbolt. BHM 2011. Very fine, with numerous small nicks. $175
  26. 1843, Great Britain . CONVENTION OF THE FRIENDS OF THE UNIVERSAL PEACE. By W. Griffin . WM 44mm. Obv: Peace standing with an olive branch over four females, who destroy weapons in a fire. Rev: A dove above an inscription. BHM 2113 RR. Extremely fine. $135
  27. 1851, Great Britain . THE GREAT EXHIBITION. By Allen & Moore. WM 51mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Victoria and Albert, left, within a wreath on a raised border. Rev: The Exhibition building. BHM 3419. Extremely fine. $75
  28. Undated (mid 19th C.), Great Britain . EDWARD VI SCHOOL , BIRMINGHAM . By Allen & Moore. AE 57mm. Obv: Edward VI seated with two ministers before him. Rev: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $75
  29. 1854, Great Britain . DEATH OF WILLIAM COLYER. By W. J. Taylor. WM 42mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: An hourglass, bible, butterfly and cross within a serpent ouroboros. BHM 2529 R. Extremely fine. $60
  30. 1854, Great Britain , France , Turkey , etc. THE BATTLE OF INKERMAN. By Pinches. AE 41mm. Obv: British grenadiers advancing into enemy lines. Rev: The names of participating regiments arranged in the form of a rose. BHM 2541. Extremely fine. $225 (CE4307)
  31. 1855, Great Britain/France. VISIT OF NAPOLEON III. By Allen & Moore. WM 39mm. Obv: Fame supporting oval portraits of Napoleon III and Victoria. Rev: Crossed flags. BHM 2563.Extremely fine. $45
  32. 1855, Great Britain/France. VISIT OF NAPOLEON III TO ENGLAND . By Pinches. AE 42mm. Obv: An eagle above oval portraits of Victoria and Napoleon III. Rev: Fasces set against flags. BHM 2564. Very fine. $65
  33. 1856, Great Britain , Turkey , etc. THE PEACE OF PARIS . By Hardman & Illife. WM 41mm. Obv: A female standing and holding a palm frond and a cornucopia. Rev: A dove above an inscription. Not recorded in BHM or Pax in Nummis. Very fine, pierced (typical of many whitemetal medals of the period. $225
  34. 1858, France . SCHOOL OF PHARMACY . By A. Farochon. AE uniface electrotype 45mm. Obv: A seated female. Edge: Inscription to recipient. Extremely fine. $45
  35. 1860, Austria . INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, VIENNA . Unsigned. AE 43mm. Obv: Bust of St. Joseph. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $60
  36. 1860, Austria . 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK. By Anton Scharff. AE 64mm. Obv: A seated female with symbols of abundance and industry. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Cased. Extremely fine. $125 (CF3014)
  37. 1861, Austria . CORONATION OF FRANZ JOSEPH. By Seidan. AE 46mm. Obv: Bare head, left. Rev: A standing female figure with a sword and a shield. Extremely fine. $65
  38. 1861, Austria . INSTALATION OF THE IMPERIAL SENATE. By Wenzel Seidan. AE 46mm. Obv: Bust of Franz Joseph I, left, within a circle of shields. Rev: A female standing with a shield. Extremely fine. $100
  39. 1862, Great Britain . EXHIBITION OF ART TREASURES, MANCHESTER . By Pinches. WM 63mm. Obv: Three allegorical females amid art treasures. Rev: The exhibition building. BHM 2605. Pierced. Extremely fine. $60
  40. 1863, Great Britain . MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES AND PRINCESS ALEXANDRA. By Thomas Ottley. WM 65mm. Obv: Prince of Wales Plumes above two oval medallions containing busts of the couple. Rev: Crowns above an inscription within a wreath. BHM 2767. Extremely fine. $150
  41. 1863, Great Britain . INAUGURATION OF THE MEMORIAL OF THE GREAT EXHIBITION. By Charles Wiener. AE 68mm. Obv: Head of Prince Albert, left. Rev: Inscription within a closed wreath. BHM 2790. Extremely fine. $225 (CE4303)
  42. 1864, Bavaria . INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION, MUNICH . M. Sebald. WM 41mm. Obv: Head of Maximillian II, right. Rev: The exposition building. Very fine with brilliant surfaces. $50
  43. 1864, Great Britain . TERCENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. By Pinches. AE 51mm. Obv: Bust of Shakespeare within an arched portico. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. BHM 2813. Some spots, otherwise extremely fine. $250 (RC4210)
  44. 1866, Great Britain . VISIT OF QUEEN VICTORIA TO WOLVERHAMPTON . By Thomas Ottley. WM 65mm. Obv: Diademed bust, left. Rev: Inscription. BHM 2851 R. Extremely fine. $175 (RC4611)
  45. Undated (1868), Great Britain . ASCENT OF THE BALLOON CAPTIVE. By LaBouche. WM-gilt 51mm. Obv: The balloon. Rev: Inscription. BHM 2896 RRR. Very fine. $450
  46. Undated (circa 1875), Germany . SHOOTING MEDAL, SAXONY . By Max Barduleck. Silver 42mm. Obv: Head of Albert of Saxony, right. Rev: Inscription within an oak wreath. Very fine. $95
  47. 1883, Austria . COMPLETION OF THE CITY HALL, VIENNA . By Anton Scharff. Silvered-AE 72mm. Obv: A seated figure of Austria pointing to a plan held by an architect, two other allegorical females. Rev: The City Hall. Extremely fine. $125
  48. 1886, Austria . CLEMENT MAXIMILIAN BACHOFEN VON ECHT. By Anton Scharff. AE 49mm. Obv: Bust, ¾ right. Rev: An armorial shield surmounted by a helmet and a sheep. Extremely fine. $125
  49. 1887, Great Britain . ROYAL JUBILEE EXHIBITION, MANCHESTER . AE 45mm. Obv: Diademed, veiled bust of Victoria , left. Rev: The exhibition building. BHM 3446. Slight cut on the face, otherwise extremely fine. $50 (CE4124)
  50. 1887, Great Britain . THE PEOPLE’S PALACE, LONDON , APPRENTICES EXHIBITION. By J.A. Restall. 45mm. Obv: Three youth before an allegorical female. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. A couple of insignificant spots, otherwise extremely fine. $50
  51. 1888, Switzerland . NATIONAL EXPOSITIONAL, ZURICH . By B. Jackle-Schneider. WM 46mm. Obv: An allegorical female and two putti. Rev: The exhibition building. Some slight oxidization, otherwise bright and extremely fine. $45
  52. 1889, Great Britain . 700TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MAYORALTY OF THE CITY OF LONDON . By Messrs A. Kirkwood & Sons. AE 77mm. Obv: Busts of Richard I and Queen Victoria. Rev: St. Michael presenting a scepter to a female personification of London . BHM 3377, Welch 23. Cased. Case damaged (scuffed and a section missing from the lower part). Extremely fine. $325
  53. 1890, Austria . MARRIAGE OF FRANZ SALVATOR AND ARCHDUCHESS MARIE VALERIE. By Anton Scharff. AE 44mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: A seated female, and two putti with shields. Extremely fine. $125
  54. 1891, Great Britain . AWARD OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF THE NEWPORT SCHOOL DISTRICT . By Vaughton. AE 39mm. Obv: A castle. Rev: A seven-pointed star. Extremely fine. $20
  55. 1891, Great Britain . FOUNDATION OF THE DERBYSHIRE INFIRMARY. By Bemrose. AE 38mm. Obv: Crowned, veiled, draped bust of Victoria . Rev: Inscription between two shields. BHM 3422. Extremely fine. $60
  56. 1897, Germany . 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF SIEMANS & HALSKE , BERLIN . By D. Schultz. AE 46mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $100
  57. 1897, Great Britain . OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR VICTORIA 'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. By Brock. Silver 26mm. Obv: Diademed, veiled bust, left. Rev: Young portrait, left. BHM 3506. In its original Royal Mint envelope. Richly toned, extremely fine. $30
  58. Undated (early 10th C.), Great Britain . THE SIAMESE CAT CLUB , ENGLAND . AE 39mm. Obv: A seated cat. Rev: A rose, thistle and shamrock. Extremely fine. $175
  59. 1905, Germany . 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF SENDLING ON CHRISTMAS DAY. By Karl Goetz. AE 70mm. Obv: Farmers repelling an Austrian on horseback. Rev: A fir tree and inscription. Kienast 2. Extremely fine. $375
  60. 1908, Austria . 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF FRANZ JOSPEH. By. R. Neuberger. AE 30mm. Obv: Old and young busts, left. Rev: A racing horse. Very fine. $20
  61. 1909, Great Britain . UNIVERSAL COOKERY & FOOD ASSOCIATION. MEDAL FOR ECONOMY IN COOKING BY GAS. Silver 39mm. Obv: A small child, wearing only an apron, cooking on a stove. Rev: A seated female holding a lighted candle. Matt finish, extremely fine. $50
  62. 1911, Great Britain . OFFICIAL CORONATION OF GEORGE V. By Mackennel. Silver 31mm. Obv: Bust of George V, left. Rev: Bust of Queen Mary left. BHM 4022. Extremely fine. $40
  63. Undated (1911/12 hallmark), Scotland . THE SCOTTISH CAT CLUB. Silver 39mm. Obv: Two cats. Rev: Inscription (unawarded). Cased. Extremely fine, with a rich tone. $275
  64. 1912, Ceylon . ALL CEYLON EXHIBITION. Silver 34mm. Obv: A female seated between two elephants’ heads. Rev: Two palm trees, a temple, ship and rising sun. Very fine. $75
  65. 1913, Germany . 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF WILHELM II. By Lauer. Silver 33mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Crown with drapery. Very fine. $45
  66. 1914, Germany . FIELDMARSHAL ARCHDUKE FRIEDRICH OF TESCHEN. AE 55mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Rev: A cluster of buildings surrounded by trees. Very fine. $75
  67. 1916, Austria . ARCHDUCHESS MARIA ANNUNCIATA, Abbess Of the Convent of Noble Ladies of Prague . By Arnold Hartig. AE Obv: Bust, left. Rev: A city view of Prague with a bridge in the foreground. Extremely fine. $125
  68. 1916, Germany . CHRISTMAS TRIBUTE TO THE K. UND K. INFANTRY REGIMENT. Uniface zinc plaquette, 52mm x 66mm. Obv: A portrait of the Kaiser above a Christmas tree in a rocky landscape. Extremely fine. $90
  69. 1916, Germany/Ukraine. GENERAL FREIHERR VON PFLANZER. By O. Thiede. AE 65mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, left. Rev: City view of Czernowitz. Extremely fine. $100 (TT3336)
  70. Undated (circa 1916), Great Britain . LORD KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM . By J.P. Legastelois. AE 45mm. Obv: Almost facing, uniformed bust. Rev: Britannia standing with a sword, flag. BHM 4120. `Extremely fine. $50
  71. 1917, France . TRIBUTE TO CAPTAIN GOERGES GUYNEMER. By L.P. Legastelois. AE 71mm. Obv: Uniformed bust with decorations. Rev: A winged figure supporting an engraved tablet, birds in flight. Some discoloration on the reverse, otherwise extremely fine. $125
  72. 1918, France . MEMORIAL TO THE FALLEN OF THE GREAT WAR. By A.J. Corbierre. AE 50mm. Obv: A fallen soldier laid out holding a flag and a palm frond. Rev: A shield within a wreath. Extremely fine. $50
  73. 1918, Great Britain . ARMISTICE DAY. By C.L. Doman. AE 32mm. Obv: Victory standing and supporting a wounded prisoner. Rev: The cenotaph. BHM 4132. Extremely fine. $30
  74. 1918, Rwanda . RWANDAN SUPPORT IN WORLD WAR I. By J. Witterwulche. AE 71mm. Obv: An African soldier kneeling and firing a rifle. Rev: An African female kneeling before a seated allegorical female.Extremely fine. $150
  75. Undated (World War I), LUDWIG III OF BAVARIA . Signed “D.” Uniface AE 102mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Extremely fine. $150 (TT3326)
  76. 1919, Great Britain . PEACE CELEBRATION, Presentation of John Dickinson & Co. AE 38mm. Obv: A dove with an olive branch in its beak. Rev: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $45
  77. Undated, (circa 1920), France . ST. JOAN OF ARC. By G. Prud’homme. AE 60mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Three shields. Extremely fine. $90
  78. Undated (circa 1920s), Great Britain . THE STOCK EXCHANGE RIFLE CLUB. Unsigned. AE 56mm. Obv: Bust above crossed rifles. Rev: A wreath, center plain. Extremely fine. $35
  79. Undated (circa 1920s), France . SYNDICAT GENERALEDE LA CONSTRUCTION ÉLECTRIQUE. By C. Pillet. AE 68mm. Obv: A female, on a cloud hurling a lightning bolt. Rev: A hydro-electric station. Extremely fine. $125 (TP1234)
  80. 1924, Great Britain . THE BOY SCOUT IMPERTIAL JAMBOREE, WEMBLEY. AE 43mm. Obv: Bust of Baden Powell. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Very fine. $125
  81. 1929, U.S.A. OPENING OF THE MOUNT HOPE BRIDGE . AE octagonal 74mm x 74mm. Obv: A rectangular compartment depicting the bridge and set against and an octagon within an elaborate border. Rev: A wreath above an inscription. Some spots (mostly on the reverse), otherwise extremely fine. $125
  82. 1935, France/Algeria. COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE, MAIDEN VOYAGE OF THE “ALGERIE.” By Delamarre. AE 69mm. Obv: The ship above plan of Marseille and Algiers harbors. Extremely fine. $225
  83. 1935, Germany , 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GERMANY RAILWAYS. By Karl Goetz. Silver. 36mm. Obv: Three, almost facing busts. Rev: A crowd with an early locomotive. Kienast 509. Extremely fine. $325
  84. 1937, Great Britain . ABANDONED CORONATION OF EDWARD VIII. Set of four medals. By E. Carter Preston. Al 36mm (with ribbon and suspender)., AE-gilt: 22mm (uniface on a tie clip), 27mm (pinback), 36mm (with ribbon and suspender). Obv: Crowed bust, left. Rev: Britannia seated with a crown and dove. In original box with descriptive card. Quite scarce as a complete set. Case slightly damaged. Extremely fine. $150
  85. 1937, Great Britain . CORONATION OF GEORGE VI. By Turner & Simpson. AE 32mm. Obv: Conjoined, crowned busts, left. Rev: Britannia with Westminster Abbey in the background. BHM 4351. Extremely fine. $20
  86. 1938, Sweden . 125TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE HAEGGSTROM (PRINTING) COMPANY. AE 56mm. Obv: Busts of three generations of the founding family. Rev: A printing press. Extremely fine. $100
  87. Undated (circa 1930s). LA FONTAINE’S FABLE OF THE STORK AND THE FOX. By Jean Vernon. Uniface AE 59mm. Obv: A fox and a stork with a long-necked vessel. Extremely fine. $75
  88. Undated (circa 1930s). LA FONTAINE’S FABLE OF THE FROGS WHO SOUGHT A KING. By Jean Vernon. Uniface AE 59mm. Obv: Frogs and a crane grabbing one in its beak.. Extremely fine. $75
  89. Undated (circa 1930s). LA FONTAINE’S FABLE OF THE FOX AND THE GRAPES. By Jean Vernon. Uniface AE 59mm. Obv: A fox stretching to reach grapes. A fox turning away. Extremely fine. $75
  90. Undated (circa 1930s). LA FONTAINE’S FABLE OF THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER. By Jean Vernon. Uniface AE 59mm. Obv: An ant and a grasshopper. Extremely fine. $75
  91. Undated (circa 1930s). LA FONTAINE’S FABLE OF THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE. By Jean Vernon. Uniface AE 59mm. Obv: A hare leaping past a tortoise. $75
  92. 1941, U.S.A./Antarctic/Arctic. POLAR EXPLORATION. By Edwin Spring Weiler. AE 73mm. Obv: A polar bear. Rev: A group of penguins. #24 in the Society of Medalists series. Extremely fine. $90
  93. 1943, U.S.A. THE WATER HOLE. By Anna Hyatt Hunter. AE 73mm. Obv: An elephant. Rev: Animals at a water hole. #27 in the Society of Medalists series. Extremely fine. $275
  94. 1953, Great Britain . CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II. By Turner & Simpson Ltd. Silvered-AE 32mm. Obv: Crowned bust, right. Rev: Rose, thistle, shamrock and leek. BHM 4444. Extremely fine. $25
  95. 1954, South Africa . SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY OF MEDICINE. AE 63mm. Obv: A snake coiled around a stick and set against an oval cartouche. Rev: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $90
  96. 1969, Great Britain . OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE INSTALATION OF PRINCE CHARLES AS PRINCE OF WALES . AE-gilt 57mm. Obv: Head, right. Rev: a dragon. In its original, Royal Mint Case. Extremely fine. $35
  97. 1973, Great Britain . OPENING OF THE NEW LONDON BRIDGE . Silver-gilt 51mm. Obv: A view of the bridge. Rev: Arms of the City of London . One of the later medals of the City of London series. In its original case. Rich blue tone. $60
  98. 1973, Great Britain . OPENING OF THE NEW LONDON BRIDGE . AE 51mm. Obv: A view of the bridge. Rev: Arms of the City of London . One of the later medals of the City of London series. In its original case. $35
  99. 1977, Great Britain . OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH II. AE-gilt 57mm. Obv: The queen enthroned. Rev: A rose within an ornamental border. In its original, Royal Mint Case. Extremely fine. $45
  100. Undated (1988), U.S.A. CAT AND MOUSE. By Robert A. Weinman. AE 70 x 54mm. Obv: The head of a cat peering around a large cheese and looking at a mouse in a hole in the cheese. Rev: The back of the cat behind the cheese. (The medal is in the shape of the cat and cheese). A charming piece. Extremely fine. $125

List 3, 2007

1.       1626, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF CHARLES I. By Nicholas Briot. Silver 28mm. Obv: Crowned bust, right. Rev: An arm holding a sword and extending from a cloud. MI I 243/10, plate XX/1, Wollaston  ii. Fine. $700

2.       1689, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM AND MARY. By J. Roettiers. Silver 36mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: Jove hurling bolts at Phaethon. Die variety with shorter rays and smaller cloud. Cf. MI  I 662/25, pl. LXX/10, Wollaston xviii. Slight wear, light nicks in the fields. $775

3.       1689, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM AND MARY. By J. Roettiers. Silver 36mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, right. Rev: Jove hurling bolts at Phaethon. Die variety with shorter rays and smaller cloud. Cf. MI  I 662/25, pl. LXX/10, Wollaston xviii. Very fine, some small nicks in the field, most notably on the reverse. $525

4.       1703, England/Germany. CITIES CAPTURED BY THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. By John Croker. AE 43mm. Obv: Bust of Anne, left. Rev: A female surrendering keys to the Duke, on horseback. MI II 246/33, pl. CXVIII/1. A striking flaw with some excess metal, near the rim. A couple of spots on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine.  $275

5.       1708, Great Britain/Netherlands. THE BATTLE OF OUDENARDE. By John Croker. AE 45mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Anne, left. Rev: Two captives. MI II 322/148, pl CXXVII/6. Extremely fine. $350

6.       1713, Great Britain. THE PEACE OF UTRECHT. By J. Croker. AE 35mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Anne, left. Rev: Britannia standing with ships in the background. MI II 400/257, pl. CXXXV/11. Extremely fine. $175

7.       1721, Switzerland. MICHEL TURRTTINI, Cleric and Professor of oriental languages. By Jean Dassier. AE 33mm. Obv: Bust, left, in ecclesiastical robes. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $50

8.       1727, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION OF GEORGE II. By John Croker. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate bust, left. Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. MI II 479/4, pl CXLVIII/4, Wollaston . 800 issued. Slight wear on highest points, light handling in fields. Attractive, light toning. $400

9.       Undated (circa 1730), Great Britain. JOHN LOCKE, Philosopher. By Jean Dassier. AE 43mm. Obv: Bust, ¾ right. Rev: Two figures seated on a tomb. MI II 271/73, pl CXXI/5. Extremely fine. $135

10.   Undated (circa 1730), Great Britain. THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. By Jean Dassier. AE 42mm. Obv: Almost facing, cuirassed bust. Rev: Victory standing amid a trophy of arms. MI  II 457/68, pl. CXLV/7. Extremely fine. $150

11.   1761, Great Britain, OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE III. By Natter. Silver 34mm. Obv: Bust of George III, right. Rev: Allegorical coronation scene. 800 issued. BHM 23,  Wollaston xiii. Slight wear on the highest points with some insignificant marks in the fields. $850

12.   1765, Great Britain/Germany. THE SECOND BIRTHDAY OF PRINCE FREDERICK, BISHOP OF OSNABRUCK.  By Thomas Pingo. AE 30mm. Obv: A seated female. Rev: Inscription. BHM 90. Extremely fine. $150

13.   1793, France. EXECUTION OF LOUIS XVI. Silver 30mm. Obv: Head, left. Rev: Gallia mourning by a monument. Hennin 459. Very fine. $125

14.   1797, France/Italy. THE TREATY OF CAMPO-FORMIO. By Lauer. AE 33mm. Obv: Uniformed bust of Napoleon, right. Rev: Figures on horseback either side of a pyramid. D’Essling 720, Hennin 819. Very fine with some light scratches. $60

15.   1803, Great Britain. ROBERT BANKS, SECRETARY OF STATE.  By J.G. Hancock, P. Kempson & S. Kindon. AE 50mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Britannia seated dispatching Mercury across the seas. BHM 548. Die crack in exergue. Extremely fine, light nicks in fields. $125

16.   1804, France. CORONATION OF NAPOLEON. By Andrieu. Silver 32mm. Obv: Laureate head, right. Rev: Two figures raising Napoleon on a shield. D’Essling 1022, Bramsen 327. Die flaw on the reverse. Very fine. $150

17.   Undated (circa 1805). SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. By Andrieu. Silver 41mm. Obv: Laureate head of Napoleon, right. Rev: Standing figure of Aesculapius with a small figure in a cape and hood. Extremely fine. Lightly toned with the look of a contemporary striking, but it is a restrike with a cornucopia edge mark. $175

18.   1809, France/Austria. ENTRY OF NAPOLEON INTO VIENNA. Silver 41mm. By Andrieu. Obv: The Carinthie Gate in Vienna. Rev: The

Porte St.
Martin in Paris. Extremely fine. Lightly toned with the look of a contemporary striking, but it is a restrike with a cornucopia edge mark. $165

19.   1711, Great Britain/France. THE FRENCH LINES PASSED AND BOUCHAIN TAKEN. By John Croker. AE 45mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Anne, left. Rev: A figure surrendering arms to a seated female. A city in the background. MI II 385/237, pl. CXXXIII/14. Extremely fine. $350

20.   1813, France/Germany. BATTLE OF WURTCHEN. Silver 41mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Rev: A trophy of rifles and other arms. D’Essling 1400, Bramsen 1232. Restrike with a cornucopia edge mark. Lightly toned with the look of a contemporary striking, but it is a restrike with a cornucopia edge mark. $175

21.   1817, France. 300TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REFORMATION CELEBRATED AT PARIS. By Depaulis. AE 41mm. Obv: Bust of Martin Luther, right. Rev: Religion standing beside an open bible on a small stand. Whiting 566, Belli 2120. Very fine. $125

22.   1817, Great Britain. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE, MEMORIAL. By J. Hancock. AE 38mm. Obv: Diademed bust, right. Rev: An urn under a weeping willow tree. BHM 937. Extremely fine. $95

23.   1817, Great Britain. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE MEMORIAL. By T. Webb and G. Mills. AE 50mm. Obv: Bust, ¾ right. Rev: Britannia mourning by a broken column. BHM 940. Extremely fine. $175

24.   1820, Great Britain. GEORGE IV MEMORIAL. By C.H. Küchler. AE 48mm. Obv: Cuirassed bust of George III, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. The reverse is slightly darker than the obverse. Extremely fine. $225

25.   Undated (circa 1820), France. BON A. MONCEY, MARSHAL OF FRANCE. By Pingret. AE 41mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Not recorded in D’Essling. Extremely fine. $90

26.   1821, Germany. 300TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE POSTING OF THE 95 THESES AT WITTENBERG. By König. AE 40mm. Obv: Bust of Martin Luther, left. Rev: a monument. Whiting 629. Extremely fine. $125

27.   1821, Great Britain. CORONATION OF GEORGE IV. By T. Halliday. AE 49mm. Obv: Laureate bust, left. Rev: Coronation scene. BHM 1073. Extremely fine. $150

28.   1822, France. ETIENNE MEHUL, Composer. By Veyrat. AE 41mm. Obv: Bare head, left. Rev: A lyre and inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $75

29.   1823, Germany. MARRIAGE OF FRIEDRICH WILHEM OF PRUSSIA AND ELIZABETH LOUISE OF BAVARIA. By F. König. AE 48mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: An allegorical marriage scene. Some slight marks, otherwise extremely fine. $70

30.   Undated (circa 1825), Great Britain. GEORGE IV, PATRON OF THE ARTS. By T. Halliday. AE 42mm. Obv: Head, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. BHM 1333. Extremely fine. $90

31.   1834, Great Britain. FOUNDATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL. By Benjamin Wyon. Silver 58mm. Obv: Façade of the school building. Rev: Knowledge seated, instructing a youth. BHM 1680. Welch 4. 350 struck. Cased. Some insignificant surface flaws, slight hairlines, extremely fine. $275

32.   1837, Great Britain. THE MAJORITY OF PRINCESS VICTORIA. By J. Davis. WM 52mm. Obv: Bust, right with the head turned almost full face. Rev: Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia offering a wreath and scroll to the seated princess. BHM 1736 R. Very fine. $90

33.   1837, Great Britain. VISIT OF VICTORIA TO THE CITY OF LONDON. By J. Barber. AE 62mm. Obv: Crowned bust, left. Rev: An allegorical scene of welcome. BHM 1772. Slight dullness, extremely fine. $150

34.   1838, Great Britain. CORONATION OF VICTORIA. Unsigned. WM 35mm. Obv: Bust, left, wearing a tiara with hair in a bun. Rev: Victoria with a lion and allegorical figures BHM 1842. Pierced with ring attached to long white and light blue silk ribbons. Ribbons somewhat spotted and a little frayed. Extremely fine. $35

35.   1838, Great Britain. CORONATION OF VICTORIA. By J. Barber, published by Messrs Griffin and Hyams. WM 61mm. Obv: Crowned bust, facing, with head turned to the left. Rev: The queen under a canopy attended by courtiers. BHM 1803. A little wear on highest points, light marks in fields. $150

36.   1839, France. CHARLEMAGNE. By Caqué. AE 52mm. Obv: Crowned, bearded bust, left. Rev: Biographical inscription. From Caqué’s series of medals of the kings of France. Extremely fine. $75

37.   1841, Great Britain. THE REVEREND WILLIAM JAY. By K.K. AE 49mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Façade of Argyle Chapel, Bath. BHM 2005. Extremely fine. $125

38.   1849, Great Britain. OPENING OF THE NEW COAL EXCHANGE. By Benjamin Wyon. AE 89mm. Obv: Portrait medallions of Victoria, Prince Albert, the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal. Rev: An exquisitely detailed interior view of the Coal Exchange. BHM 2357. Welch 6. 350 struck. Extremely fine. $525

39.   Undated (circa 1851), Great Britain/U.S.A. (Circus) RISLEY & MC COLLUM’S HIPPODROME. AE 32mm. Obv: A figure riding two horses. Rev: A large bird pulling a small chariot, “TROISIEME” and an elephant and castle. Fine. $100

40.   1855, Great Britain / Italy. VISIT OF VICTOR EMMANUEL II TO THE CITY OF LONDON. By Benjamin Wyon. AE 76mm. Obv: Bust left. Rev: Britannia and Londinia welcoming Sardinia. BHM 2567. Welch 8. 350 struck. In its original case (lettering somewhat faded). Extremely fine. $500

41.   1855, Great Britain / Italy. VISIT OF VICTOR EMMANUEL II TO THE CITY OF LONDON. By Benjamin Wyon. AE 76mm. Obv: Bust left. Rev: Britannia and Londinia welcoming Sardinia. BHM 2567. Welch 8. 350 struck. Slight wear on high points, with some nicks, clasp not working. Small edge bump on the reverse. $275

42.   1855, Great Britain / Italy. VISIT OF VICTOR EMMANUEL II TO THE CITY OF LONDON. By Benjamin Wyon. AE 76mm. Obv: Bust left. Rev: Britannia and Londinia welcoming Sardinia. BHM 2567. Welch 8. 350 struck. In its original case. Extremely fine. $500

43.   1856, Great Britain/ France/ Russia. THE TREATY OF PARIS. WM 39mm. Obv: Mercury and two female figures. Rev: Inscription. BHM 2582. Very fine. $50

44.   1878, Sweden. TRIBUTE TO JOHANN AUGUST WAHLBERG. By Leah Ahlborn. AE 31mm. Obv: Head, left. Rev: An elephant. Extremely fine. $75

45.   Undated (circa 1860), France. NAPOLEON III. By Caqué. AE 52mm. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Rev: Biographical inscription. Extremely fine. $75

46.   1860, Great Britain. REVIEW OF THE VOLUNTEERS. By Joseph Moore. Silver 38mm. Obv: Diademed head of Victoria, left. Rev: Inscription. BHM 2683. Unrecorded in silver. Extremely fine. $300

47.   1862, Switzerland. OPENING OF THE PONT DU MONT BLANC, Geneva. By A. Bovy. AE 50mm. Obv: City arms above a view of the bridge. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $125 (FD2584)

48.   1865, France. THE OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING FOR THE TRIBUNAL DE COMMERCE. By M. Merley. AE 76mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Napoleon III, left. Rev: Façade of the building. Some insignificant surface marks, extremely fine. $125

49.   1867, Great Britain. NORWICH AND EASTERN COUNTIES INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. By J.S. Wyon. AE 57mm. Obv: Bust of the Prince of Wales, left. Rev: An armorial shield. Cased. Extremely fine. $150

50.   1870, Malta. HORTICULTURAL AWARD. By Massonet. Silver 37mm. Obv: A shield between grape vines. Rev: A wreath composed of a rose branch and an orange branch. In a contemporary, circular case. Extremely fine. $75

51.   1871, Great Britain. MARRIAGE OF PRINCESS LOUISE AND THE MARQUIS OF LORNE. By J.S. Wyon. AE 63mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Two crowned shields. BHM 2916. Slight wear on the highest points, some minor nicks on the surface. $275

52.   1872, Great Britain. THANKSGIVING FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. By J.S. and A.B. Wyon. AE 77mm. Obv: Londinia, attended by Britannia, invites the Queen and the Prince of Wales into St. Paul’s Cathedral. Rev: Interior view of St. Paul’s Cathedral. BHM 2928. Welch 12. 400 struck. Extremely fine. $350

53.   1877, South Africa. SOUTH AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. Unsigned. Silver-gilt 39mm. Obv: A shield within a wreath. Rev: An inscribed cartouche. Very fine. $125

54.   1878, Great Britain. THE REMOVAL OF TEMPLE BAR. By Foot and Tebay. Made from lead removed from the roof of Temple Bar. 101mm. Uniface. Obv: Façade of Temple Bar. BHM 3051, Welch 15. From the City of London series of medals. Mintage unknown, the rarity of the series. (Usually mounted under glass within a circular brass frame to form a paper weight). Removed from its frame and glass. Some slight edge bumps and light metal pest. $475

55.   1882, Great Britain. VISIT OF VICTORIA TO EPPING FOREST. By Charles Wiener. AE 75mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Londinia and the queen in the forest. BHM 3128. Welch 17. 400 struck. Some insignificant nicks, otherwise extremely fine. $325

56.   1882, Great Britain. OPENING OF THE NEW BUILDING OF THE CITY OF LONDON SCHOOL. By J.S. and A.B. Wyon. AE 76mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of the Prince and Princess of Wales. Rev: The new building. BHM 3133. Welch 18. 400 struck. Extremely fine.   400 pieces struck. Extremely fine. $325

57.   1887, Great Britain. OPENING OF VICTORIA BRIDGE, STOCKTON-UPON-TEES. By Pinches. WM 36mm. Obv: Laureate, crowned, veiled head of Victoria. Rev: Armorial shield above the bridge. BHM 3281 (only lists AE). Extremely fine. $50

58.   1887, Great Britain. VICTORIA’S JUBILEE, THE STATIONERY TRADES COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL. WM 46mm. Obv: Draped, diademed head, left. Rev: Winged females supporting a shield. Bright very fine. $50

59.   1889, Great Britain. THE ENGLISH HORSE SHOW SOCIETY. Unsigned. AE 51mm. Obv: A horse. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $125

60.   1890, Italy. PRIZE MEDAL OF THE “BEATRICE” EXHIBITION, FLORENCE. By Luigi Giorgi. AE-gilt 51mm. Obv: Bust of Beatrice, left. Rev: A putto holding a cartouche. The Duomo and other buildings in the background. Extremely fine. $75

61.   1891, Czechoslovakia. FRANTIŠEK JOSEF. Signed J. CH. AE-gilt. Obv: Uniformed bust, right. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $75

62.   1897, Scotland. OPENING OF NORTH BRIDGE, EDINBURGH. By Messrs A. Kirkwood & Sons. AE 64mm. Obv: Bust of Sir Andrew McDonald, Lord Provost. Rev: A view of the bridge with trains underneath. BHM 3619. Cased. Case a little scuffed and lining a little frayed. Small edge bump on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine. $175

63.   1897, South Africa. VICTORIA’S JUBILEE. By Crun Brothers. WM 40mm. Obv: Diademed, draped bust of Victoria, left. Rev: Royal arms above those of the Transvaal. BHM 3589 R. Very fine. $95

64.   1898, Great Britain. THE OPENING OF THE  EXTENSION TO VICTORIA PARK, HANDSWORTH. AE 39mm.  Obv: A shield within a wreath. Rev: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $45

65.   1899, Bulgaria. DEATH OF QUEEN MARIE LOUISE. AE-gilt 29mm. Obv: The king and queen of Bulgaria with their two children. Rev: The queen lying in state. Integral loop. Spot on the obverse, very fine. $45

66.   1899, Germany, Hesse. 17TH ANNUAL SHOOTING FESTIVAL, GIESSEN. Silver 39mm. Obv: Uniformed bust of Ernst Ludwig, left. Rev: A target, gun and branches with a city view in the background. Very fine. $75

67.   1900, Great Britain. DOG SHOW, ALEXANDRA PALACE. Silver 51mm. Obv: A naked child standing on a globe and holding a ribbon inscribed “EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY.” Rev: Inscription. Color a little uneven. Extremely fine. $150 A list of other dog-related medals is available on request.

68.   Undated (circa 1900), Great Britain. AGRICULTURAL AWARD. By Ottley. Silver 47mm. Obv: A group of farm animals with a farmhouse in the background. Rev: A wreath (uninscribed).  Cased. Extremely fine, attractive, light toning. $135

69.   Undated (early 20th C.), France. CONSEIL MUNICIPAL DE MARSEILLE. By G. Martin. AE 50mm. Obv: City view above a shield and anchor. Rev: a cartouche. Extremely fine. $45

70.   1902, Great Britain. CORONATION OF EDWARD VII, The Grand Hotel,

Trafalgar Square
. By E. Fuchs. AE 39mm. Obv: Conjoined, crowned busts, right. Rev: A view of the hotel. W & E 4205/N. Original case. Extremely fine. $60

71.   1903, France/Italy. STATE VISIT OF VICTOR EMANUEL III TO FRANCE. By J.C. Chaplain. AE 74mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of Victor Emanuel III and Queen Elena. Rev: Inscription and a spray of flowers. Extremely fine. $150

72.   Undated (circa 1902), Great Britain. AGRICULTURAL MEDAL. By J.A. Restall. WM 39mm. Obv: Conjoined, crowned busts of Edward VII and Alexandra, right. Rev: A group of farm animals. Not recorded by Whittlestone and Ewing. Extremely fine. $90

73.   1909, Germany. 50TH BIRTHDAY OF KAISER WILHELM II. By Dan. Stocker. AE 59mm. Obv: Head, left. Rev: An inscribed tablet set against leaves. Color uneven, a couple of slight nicks on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine. $65

74.   1910, Great Britain. CENTENARY MEETING OF OXFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. By J.A.Restall. Silver 57mm. Obv: Inscription on a ribbon encircling a shield bearing a bull. Rev: Inscription and an engraved cartouche. Cased. Extremely fine. $150

75.   1911, Germany, Baden. 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 5TH BADEN INFANTRY REGIMENT. Silvered-AE 35mm x 40mm. Obv: Head of Friedrich II of Baden, left. Rev: The regimental cipher within a wreath. Integral loop. Extremely fine. $60

76.   1912, Wales. VISIT OF GEORGE V AND MARY TO CARDIFF. WM 44mm. Obv: Conjoined, crowned busts, left. Rev: City shield with supporters. Pierced with original loop and ribbon. Extremely fine. $40

77.   1913, Great Britain. NATIONAL MEDAL FOR SUCCESS IN ART. By Bertram Mackennel. Silver 50mm. Obv: Crowned, robed bust of George V, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Edge: Engraved to recipient. Cased. Extremely fine. $120

78.   1913, Italy. INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, ROME. By F. Rasumny. AE-gilt 60mm. Obv: Uniformed bust of Victor Emmanuel III, right. Rev: Crowned armorial shield of Rome. Extremely fine. $75

79.   1913, Netherlands. INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION, GRAVENHAGE. By J.C. Wienecke. AE 65mm. Obv: Head of Prince Consort Hendrick. Rev: A man sowing seed. Very fine. $60

80.   1916, Belgium/Romania ASSISTANCE OF THE ROMANIAN RED CROSS TO BELGIUM. After George Scott. AE plaquette 53mm x 80mm. Obv: A Belgian and Romanian soldier shaking hands; standards flying in the background. Rev: Inscription. Extremely fine. $80

81.   1920, Scotland. EDINBURGH PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. By R. Hope. Uniface AE plaquette 41mm x 71mm. Obv: A seated female looking at a photograph Edge: Inscription. Cased. Extremely fine. $150

82.   1922-3 (hallmark), Great Britain. ST. DUNSTAN’S BILLIARD FUND. Silver 33mm. Obv: Players at a billiard table. Rev: A wreath and crossed cues. Unawarded. Extremely fine. $40

83.   1923-4, Great Britain. BRIGHTON BILLIARDS LEAGUE. Silver irregular shape 28mm x 38mm. Obv: A circular compartment, depicting a billiard player, bordered in blue enamel and gilt. Rev: Inscription. Original loop for suspension. Extremely fine. $45

84.   Undated (circa 1930), France. LE CHAPLETTE. By Prud’homme. Uniface plaquette AE 68 x 98mm. Obv: A woman kneeling with a rosary. Very fine. $90

85.   1930, Great Britain. ROYAL NORFOLK AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Silver 45mm. Obv: A cup made with a horseshoe, inscribed ribbon. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Cased. Extremely fine. $85

86.   Undated (circa 1930), Austria. WILHELM KUBITSCHEK, Numismatist and archeologist. AE 61mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: Inscription within a wreath. Extremely fine. $75

87.   1935, Great Britain. SILVER JUBILEE OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE V, J. & J. CASH, COVENTRY. Silver 26mm. Obv: Conjoined, crowned busts, left. Rev: inscription. Original ribbon and suspender. Very fine. $60

88.   Undated (circa 1935), Switzerland. JOHN CALVIN, Reformer. AE plaquette 31mm x 55mm. Obv: Bust, right. Rev: Inscription. Very fine. $60

89.   1936, Great Britain. ABDICATION OF EDWARD VIII. AE-gilt 35mm. Obv: Crowned bust, right. Rev: Inscription. BHM 4273. (Unrecorded in AE-gilt), W & E 6330A/3. Very fine. $60

90.   1936, Great Britain. THE YEAR OF THE THREE KINGS. Set of three medals. AE 51mm. 1) George V. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: A group of figures. BHM 4263. 2) Edward VIII. Obv: Crowned bust, right. Rev: Inscription within a cartouche.  BHM 4280. 3) George VI.  Obv: Conjoined bust, left. Rev: George VI.  Britannia before Westminster Abbey. BHM 4351. (No case) Extremely fine. $175

91.   1938, Great Britain. DARWEN & DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. AE 38mm. Obv: A shield, farm animals and a cartouche. Rev: An armorial shield. Extremely fine. $30

92.   1949, Europe. COUNCIL OF EUROPE. By Henri Dropsy. AE 68mm. Obv: Justice and Peace standing either side of a tablet resting on a monument. Rev: A map of Europe. Extremely fine. $75

93.   1953, Great Britain. CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II. AE-gilt 35mm. Obv: Crowned bust, right. Rev: Westminster Abbey. BHM 4440. In a cardboard box. Proof finish. $35

94.   Undated (1965), Great Britain. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL. By Christopher Ironside, struck at the Austria Mint. 22ct gold 20mm, 3.5gms. Obv: Head, left. Rev: A lion holding a standard. Engstrom 23C. Extremely fine. $125

95.   1967, Great Britain. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL.  By Arnold Machin for the Britannia Commemorative Society. Silver 44mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: A lion holding a sword. Engstrom 76D In its original cleat plastic container and cardboard box. Proof finish, some toning aroungd the rim. $45

96.   1969, Great Britain. OFFICIAL INVESTITURE MEDAL OF PRINCE CHARLES AS PRINCE OF WALES. By M. Rizello. Silver  45mm. Obv: Head, right. Rev: A dragon. Attractive, light toning. Extremely fine. $40

97.   1971, France. HUNTING DOG. AE 50mm. Obv: High-relief bust of a dog. Rev: A duck in flight. Extremely fine. $50 A list of other dog medals is available upon request.

98.   1974, Great Britain. CENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF WINSTON CHURCHILL. Published by Nordon Art Company. AE 51mm. Obv: Facing bust. Rev: Inscription. Original case. Proof finish. $45

99.   1977, Great Britain. SILVER JUBILEE OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH II. By Spink & Son Ltd. Silver 57mm. Obv: Bust, left. Rev: A rose. Cased. Matt finish. Some slight, uneven toning. $50

100.            Undated (circa 1980), U.S.S.R. TRIBUTE TO CHOPIN. AE 60mm. Obv: Head ¾, right. Rev: A candle with a piano in the background. Extremely fine. $35