A SELECTION OF MEDALS RELATED TO ROYAL EVENTS

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CORONATION OF JAMES I


1603, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF JAMES I. Unsigned. Silver 28mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust of James I facing right. Legend: IAC: I: BRIT: CAE: AVG: HAE CAESARUM CAE D.D. (James I, Caesar Augustus of Britain the heir of the Caesars, presents this medal). Rev: A rampant lion, crowned and holding a beacon and wheatsheaf.  Legend: ECCE . PHAOS; POVLIQ' . SALUVS (Behold the beacon and safety of the people). MI I 191/11, plate XIV/11, Wollaston 1, Eimer 80, Fearon46.1. Very fine. Sorry, SOLD

ENGLISH CORONATION OF CHARLES I


1626, England. OFFICIAL ENGLISH CORONATION MEDAL OF CHARLES I. By Nicholas Briot. Silver 30mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Charles I, wearing ruff, ermine robes, collar and badge of the Garter, facing right. Legend: CAROLVS . I . D. G. MAG . BRITAN . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX. (Charles I, by the grace of God, king of  Great Britain, France and Ireland). Rev: An arm, issuing from clouds, holding a sword. Legend: DONEC . RAX . REDDITA . TERRIS. (Until peace is restored to the earth). Exergue: CORON. 2 .FEBRV . 1626 (Crowned February 2, 1626). MI I 243/10, plate XX/1, Eimer 106, Fearon 69.1, Wollaston 2. Sorry, SOLD

 
SCOTTISH CORONATION OF CHARLES I

1633, Scotland. THE CORONATION OF CHARLES I. By Nicholas Briot. Silver 28mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Charles I facing left. Leg: CAROLVS . D : G . SCOTIAE . ANGLIAE . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. (Charles, by the grace of God, king of Scotland, England, France and Ireland).  Rev: A thistle and rose joined as one. Leg:. HINC . NOSTRAE . CREVERE ROSAE. (Hence have our roses grown). Exergue: CORON . 18 . IVNII . 1633.  (Crowned on June 18, 1633). MI I 265/60, plate XXI/2; Wollaston 3; Eimer 123., Feraon  76.1. Struck on a thick planchette. Fine. $825

ENGLISH CORONATION OF CHARLES II


1661, England. THE ENGLISH CORONATION OF CHARLES II. By Thomas Simon. Silver 29mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Charles II in ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter. Legend: CAROLVS . II . D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET . HI . REX. (Charles II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland). Rev: Peace hovering over the enthroned king and placing a crown on his head. Legend: EVERSO . MISSVS . SVCCVRRERE . SECLO . XXIII . APR . 1661. (Sent to support a fallen age, 23 April, 1661. - based on Virgil Georgics 1.500). MI I 472/76, plate XLV/7, Eimer 219, Fearon 112.1, Wollaston 5. Nearly extremely fine. ($600). sorry, SOLD


CORONATION OF JAMES II


1685, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF JAMES II. By John Roettier. Silver 35mm. Obv: Laureate bust of James II facing right. Leg: IACOBVS . II . D. G. ANG . SCO . FR . ET . HIB. REX. (James II, by the grace of God, king of England, Scotland, France and Ireland). Rev: A hand holding a crown above a wreath on a cushion. Leg: A . MILITATI . AD . REGIAM. (From the military to the royal crown). Exergue: INAVGVRAT . 23. AP . 1685 (Crowned, 23 April, 1685). MI I 605/5, plate LXIII/5, Wollaston 6, Eimer 273, Fearon 136.3 Mintage of 800. Extremely fine., a choice example. $1,200

CORONATION OF MARY OF MODENA, WIFE OF JAMES II


1685, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF MARY OF MODENA, WIFE OF JAMES II. By John Roettier. Silver 35mm. Obv: Laureate bust of Mary facing right. Leg: MARIA . D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET . HI . REGINA. (Mary, by the grace of God, Queen of England, Scotland, France and Ireland. Rev: The queen seated. Legend: O . DEA . CERTE (Assuredly a Goddess). MI I 606/7, plate LXIII/7; Wollaston 8., Eimer 274, Fearon 136.4. 400 struck. Good very fine. $825

WILLIAM AND MARY


1689, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM AND MARY. By John Roettier. Silver 35mm. Obv: Cojoined, draped busts facing left. Legend: GVLIELMVS . ET . MARIA . REX . ET . REGINA. (William and Mary, king and queen). Rev: Jove hurling thunder at Phaeton, falling from his chariot, the earth in flames. Leg: NE TOTVS ABSVMATVR. (That this may not all be consumed). Exergue:  Inavgvrat . ii . ap . 1689 (CRowned, 11 April, 1689), MI 662/5, plate LXX/10, Wollaston viii, Eimer 309, Fearon 140.5. Some additional metal on the rim of the reverse, extremely fine. $950. Sorry, SOLD


 

1689, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM AND MARY. By John Roettier. Silver 35mm. Obv: Conjoined, draped busts, left. Leg: GVLIELMVS . ET . MARIA . REX . ET . REGINA. (William and Mary, king and queen). Rev: Jove hurling thunder at Phaeton, falling from his chariot, the earth in flames. Leg: NE TOTVS ABSVMATVR. (That is may not all be consumed). Exergue: INAVGVRAT . II . AP . 1689 (Crowned, 11 April, 1689). MI 662/5, plate LXX/10, Wollaston viii., Eimer  309, Fearon140.5. Very fine. $525

Another example struck from different dies. Fine. $275

ACCESSION OF QUEEN ANNE

1702, England. ACCESSION OF ANNE. By John Croker. Silver 37mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Anne facing left. Rev: A crown above a heart set against branches. MI II 227/1, plate CXV/1; Eimer 388, Fearon 153.3. Good very fine. $250

CORONATION OF ANNE


1702, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF ANNE. By John Croker. Silver 35mm. Obv: Bust of Anne facing left. Leg: ANNA . D : G : MAG : FR : ET . HIB : REGINA (Anne, by the grace of God, Queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland). Rev: Pallas hurling thunder at a two-headed monster. Leg: VICEM GERIT . ILLA . TONANTIS. (She is vice-regent of the Thunderer). MI II228/4, plate CXV/4 (variety with FR: in obverse legend); Wollaston ix, Eimer 390, Fearon 153.5. 1,200 struck. Lightly cleaned in the past. Slight mark in the field in front of the bust, otherwise nearly extremely fine. $500

1702, England. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF ANNE. By John Croker. AE 35mm. Obv: Bust of Anne facing left. Rev: Pallas hurling thunder at a two-headed monster. MI II 228/4, plate CXV/5 (variety with FRA: in the obverse legend); Wollaston ix, Eimer 390, Fearon 153.5. Examples of this medal in AE are much scarcer than those in silver. Extremely fine. $250. Sorry, SOLD

 
CORONATION OF GEORGE I


1714, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE I. By John Croker. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate bust of George I facing right. Rev: Britainnia placing a crown on the king's head. MI II 423/8, plate CXXXIX/7, Wollaston x, Eimer 470, Fearon 165.5. 1,200 struck. A pleasing example, nearly extremely fine. $450

CORONATION OF GEORGE II


1727, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE II. By John Croker. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust of George II facing left. Leg: GEORGIVS . II . D. G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REX. (George II by the grace of God king of Great Britain, France and Ireland. Rev: The king, seated on King Edward's chair, holds the scepter and orb and is crowned by Britannia, holding a cornucopia and leaning on the fasces. Leg: VOLENTES . PER . POPULOS. (By a willing people). Exergue: CORON. XI . OCTOB . MDCCXXVII. (Crowned on 11 October, 1727). MI II 479/4, plate CXLVIII/4, Wollaston xi, Eimer 510, Fearon 178.6. Slight wear on highest points, light handling in the fields. Attractive, light toning. $400

1727, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE II. By John Croker. AE 34mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust of George II facing left. Rev: The king, seated on King Edward's chair, holds a scepter and orb while being crowned by Britannia, who holds a cornucopia and leans on the fasces. MI 479/4, plate CXLVIII/4, Wollaston xi, Eimer 510, Fearon 178.6. This medal in AE is much rarer than the silver version. Extremely fine. Sorry, SOLD

THE CORONATION OF CAROLINE


1727, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF CAROLINE. By John Croker. Silver 34mm. Obv: Draped bust of Caroline facing left. Legend: CAROLINA . D : G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA. (Caroline, by the grace of Gof, queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland. Rev: The queen in royal robes, attended by Religion and Britannia. Legend: HIC . AMOR . HAEC . PATRIA. (This my affection, this my country). Exergue: CORON . XI . OCTOB . MDXXVII. MI II 480/8, plate CXLVIII/11, Eimer 512, Fearon 178.7. Wollaston 14. Extremely fine. $450

THE CORONATON OF GEORGE III


1761,  Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE III. By Lorenz Natter. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust of George III facing right. (rare variety with the two ties projecting straight, behind the head). Legend: GEORGEIVS.III. D.G. M. BRI. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. F.D. (George III, byt the grace of God, king of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith). Rev: Britannia holding a crown above the head of the king , who is enthroned and dressed as a Roman emperor. The Biritish lion lies behind the throne. Legend: PATRIAE . OVANTI (For his rejoicing country). Exergue: CORON. XXII . SEP/ MDCCLXI (Crowned 22 September, 1761). Wollaston 18, BHM 24 RR, Eimer 694, Fearon 212.8. Richly toned, good very fine. $750


1761, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE III. By Lorenz Natter. Silver 34mm. Obv: Laureate, cuirassed bust of George III facing right. Rev: Britannia holding a crown above the head of the king, who is enthroned and dressed as a Roman emperor. The British lion lies behind the throne. Wollaston 16, BHM 23, Eimer 694, Fearon 212.8. Very fine. $625

THE CORONATION OF CHARLOTTE

1761, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF CHARLOTTE. By Lorenz Natter. Silver 34mm. Obv: Bust of Charlotte facing right. Legend: CHARLOTTA . D.G. M . BR . FR. ET . HIB . REGINA. (Charlotte, by the grace of God, queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland). Rev: The Queen standing, facing being crowned by Fame hovering above. Legend: QVAESITVM . MERITIS (Sought for his deserts [Horace]). Exergue: CORON . XXII . SEPT . / MDCCLI (Crowned September 12, 1761). BHM 66, Eimer 696, Fearon 212.4, Wollaston 33. Sorry, SOLD

THE SECOND BIRTHDAY OF PRINCE FREDERICK

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. Color a little uneven, otherwise extremely fine. $125  

 

CORONATION OF GEORGE IV


1821, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE IV. By Benedetto Pistrucci. AE 35mm. Obv: Laureate head of George IV facing left. Leg: GEORGIUS IIII D . G. BRITANNIARUM REX F . D. (George IV, by the grace of God, king of the British, defender of the faith). Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. Leg: PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO. (Now in his own right with his father's mind). BHM 1070, Wollaston xv, Eimer 1146, Fearon 272.1. In a contemporary, circular case. Small spot in the hair, on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine. $175

1821, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE IV. By Benedetto Pistrucci. Silver 35mm. Obv: Laureate head of George IV facing left. Legend: GEORGIUS IIII D.G. BRITANNIARUM REX F . D. (George IV, by the grace of God, king of the British, defender of the faith). Rev: An allegorical coronation scene. Legend: PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO. (Now in his own right with his father's mind. Exergue: INAUGURATUS / DIE JULII XIX / ANNO MCCCXXI. (Crowned July 19, 1821). BHM 1070, Wollaston xv, Eimer 1146, Fearon 272.1. Attractively toned, extremely fine. $575


CORONATION OF WILLIAM IV

1831, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM IV. By William Wyon after Francis Chantrey. Silver 33mm. Obv: Head of Willliam IV facing right. Legend: WILLIAM THE FOURTH CROWNED SEP : 8 1831. Rev: Head of Adelaide facing right. Legend: ADELAIDE QUEEN CONSORT. CROWNED SEP: 8 1831. BHM 1475, Wollaston xvi, Eimer 1251 Fearon 282.1. In a contemporary, circular case. Extremely fine. $450

1831, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF WILLIAM IV. By William Wyon after Francis Chantrey. AE 33mm. Obv: Head of William IV facing right. Legend: WILLIAM THE FOURTH CROWNED SEP : 8 1831. Rev: Head of Adelaide facing right. Legend: ADELAIDE QUEEN CONSORT. CROWNED SEP : 8 1831. BHM 1475, Wollaston xvi, Eimer 1251, Fearon 282.1. Extremely fine. $150  

1838 CORONATION OF VICTORIA

 

1838, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF VICTORIA. By Benedetto Pistrucci. Silver 35mm. Obv: Head of Victoria facing left.Legend: VICTORIA D.G.BRITANNIARUM REGINA F.D. (Victoria, by the grace of God, queen of the British, defender of the faith). Rev: Queen Victoria enthroned being offered the crown by Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia. Legend: ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM (We will be a noble kindom to thee). Exergue: INAUGURATA / DIE JUNII XXVIII / MDCCCXXXVIII (Crowned June 28, 1838). BHM 1801, Eimer 1315, Wollaston xvii., Fearon 289.1 Lightly cleaned in the past with some hairlines and slight contact marks, nearly extremely fine. $475


1838, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF VICTORIA. By Benedetto Pistrucci. AE 35mm. Obv:  Head of Victoria facing left. Legend: VICTORIA D.G.BRITANNIARUM REGINA F. D. (Victoria by the grace of God, queen of the British, defender of the faith.) Rev: Queen Victoria enthroned being offered the crown by Britannia, Scotia and Hibernia. Legend: ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM (we will be to thee a noble kingdom). Exergue: INAUGURATA / DIE JUNII XXVIII / MDCCCXXXVIII (Crowned June 28, 1838). BHM 1801, Eimer 1315, Wollaston xvii, Fearon 289.1. Nearly extremely fine. $200


VICTORIA'S GOLDEN JUBILEE


1887, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE GOLDEN JUBILEE OF THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA. By L.C. Wyon after Sir J.E. Boehm and Sir Frederick Leighton. AE 77mm. Obv: Bust of Queen Victoria, wearing a veil and small crown, facing left. Leg: VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX (Victoria, Queen and Empress). Rev: The Queen, enthroned, surrounded by seven figures sybolizing the arts and industries of Britain. Above: Two putti holding wreaths and shields. Legend: IN COMMMEMORATION. Exergue: Five shields inscribed with the names of the continents. BHM 3219, Eimer, 1733, Wollaston 39, Fearon 338.1. In its original case. Case a bit faded and dirty. Extremely fine. $175. Sorry, SOLD


1897, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE GOLDEN JUBILEE OF THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA. By Leonard Charles Wyon after Sir J. Edgar Boehm after Sir Frederick Leighton. Silver 77mm. Obv: Bust of Victoria, wearing a veil and small crown, facing left. Leg: VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX (Victoria, Queen and Empress). Rev: The Queen, enthroned, surrounded by seven figures symbolizing the arts and industries of Britain. Above: Two putti holding wreaths and shields. Legend: IN COMMEMORATION. Exergue: Five shields inscribed with the names of the continents. BHM 3219, Eimer 1733, Wollaston 39, Fearon 338.1. In its original, Royal Mint case. Attractive, light toning. Some contact marks in the fields, otherwise extremely fine. $775.


VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE


1897, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. By George William De Saulles after Thomas Brock and William Wyon. Silver 55mm. Obv: Diademed, veiled bust of Victoria facing left. Legend: VICTORIA ANNVM GEGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN.MDCCCXCVII  (Victoria successfully completed the sixtieth year of yer reign, 20 June, 1897). Rev: Young head of Victoria facing left. Legend: LONGI-/TVDO/DIERVM/IN DEXTRA/EIVS/ET IN/SINISTRA/GLORIA. (Length of days is her right hand; and glory in her left hand. Vulgate, Proverbs III, v. 16).   BHM 3506., Eimer 1817, Fearon 348.1. Wollaston 40. 27,728 issued. In its original Royal Mint case. Attractive, rich toning, extremely fine. $150

1897, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. By By George William De Saulles after Thomas Brock and William Wyon. AE 55mm. Obv: Diademed, veiled bust facing left. Rev: Young head facing left. BHM 3506, Eimer 1817, Fearon 348.1, Wollaston 40.  41,857 issued. In its original Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $65

1897, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. By George William De Saulles after Thomas Brock and William Wyon. Gold 26mm. Obv: Diademed, veiled bust facing left. Rev: Young portrait facing left. BHM 3506, Eimer 1817, Fearon 348.1, Wollaston 40.  19,498 issued. In its original Royal Mint case. Some spots, otherwise extremely fine. Sorry, SOLD


1897, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE. By William George Se Saulles after Thomas Brock and William Wyon. Silver 26mm. Obv: Diademed, veiled bust of Victoria facing left. Rev: Young portrait of Victoria facing left. BHM 3506, Eimer 1817, Fearon 348.1, Wollaston 40. 246,270 issued. In an original Royal Mint case (scarce thus). Extremely fine. Sorry, SOLD ($45)

CORONATION OF EDWARD VII


1902, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF EDWARD VII. By George William DeSaulles. Silver 55mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Edward VII facing right. Rev: Crowned bust of Alexandra facing right. BHM 3737, Eimer 1871, Fearon 353.1, Wollaston 27. 7,811 issued. In its official Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $150


1902, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF EDWARD VII. By George William DeSaulles. AE 55mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Edward VII facing right. Rev: Crowned bust of Alexandra facing right. BHM 3737, Eimer 1871, Fearon 353.1, Wollaston 27. 27,456 issued In its official Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $65


1902, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF EDWARD VII. By George William DeSaulles. Silver 35mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Edward VII facing right. Rev: Crowned bust of Alexandra facing right. BHM 3737, Eimer 1871, Fearon 353.1, Wollaston 27. 102,454 issued. Extremely fine. $30 

CORONATION OF GEORGE V

1911, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE V. By Bertam MacKennel. AE 50mm. Obv: Bust of George V facing left. Rev: Bust of Queen Mary facing left. BHM 4022, Eimer 1922, Fearon 362.1, Wollaston 28. 6253 issued. A suprisingly scarce piece. In its original Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $90


1911, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE V. By Bertram Mackennel. Silver 50mm. Obv: Bust of George V facing left. Rev: Bust of Queen Mary facing left. BHM 4022, Eimer 1922, Fearon 362.1, Wollaston 28. 2,117 issued. A suprisingly scarce piece. In its original Royal Mint case. Dark toning. Extremely fine. $275


1911, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE V. By Bertram Mackennel. Silver 30mm. Obv: Crowned bust of George V facing left. Rev: Crowned bust of Queen Mary facing left. BHM 4022, Eimer 1922, Fearon 362.1, Wollaston 28. Richly toned, slight abrasion in the obverse field, otherwise extremely fine. $40.

Another, in an official Royal Mint case (rare thus). Extremely fine. $80

1911, Great Britain. CORONATION OF GEORGE V. By J.R. Gaunt & Son. Silvered-AE 63mm. Obv: Conjoined busts of George V and Mary facing left. Rev: Britannia seated facing and holding a trident and the imperial crown. BHM 4038 (Unrecorded in silvered-AE). Matt finish. Extremely fine. $225

INVESTITURE OF EDWARD, PRINCE OF WALES

1911, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE INVESTITURE OF EDWARD, PRINCE OF WALES (LATER THE UNCROWNED EDWARD VIII). By William Goscombe John. Silver 35mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Prince Edward facing three-quarters left. Rev: Caernarvon Castle. BHM 4079, Eimer 1925, Fearon 362.6. 5,441 issued. In its original Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $135

VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO ARGENTINA

1925, Great Britain/Argentina. VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO ARGENTINA. By J.M. Loubray. Silver 51mm. Obv: Head facing right. Rev: The shields of the United Kingdom and Argentina. BHM 4201, Eimer 2000. Very fine. $225 

1925, Great Britain/Argentina. VISIT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES TO ARGENTINA. By J. M. Loubray. AE 51mm. Obv: Head facing right. Rev: Two armorial shields. BHM 4201, Eimer 2000. Very fine. $80

SILVER JUBILEE OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE V


1935, Great Britain. OFFICIAL JUBILEE MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE V. By Percy Metcalfe. Silver 57mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Windsor Case. Wollaston 41, BHM 4314, Eimer 2029, Fearon 386.1. 9,649 issued. In its original Royal Mint case. Matt finish. Extremly fine.$135


1935, Great Britain. OFFICIAL JUBILEE MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE V. By Percy Metcalfe. Silver 32mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Windsor Case. Wollaston 41, BHM 4314, Eimer 2029, Fearon 386.1. 167,743 issued. In its original Royal Mint cardboard box. Light, slightly uneven toning. Extremely fine.$35


1935, Great Britain. OFFICIAL JUBILEE MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF GEORGE V. By Percy Metcalfe. Silver 32mm. Obv: Conjoined busts, left. Rev: Windsor Castle. Wollaston 41, BHM 4314, Eimer 2029, Fearon 386.1. Matt finish (very scarce variety). In its original  Royal Mint leather case. Extremely fine.$100

1936, THE YEAR OF THREE KINGS

1936, Great Britain. THE YEAR OF THE THREE KINGS. Set of three medals. Silvered-AE 32mm. 1) George V. Obv: Conjoined busts facing left. Rev: Blank. 2) Edward VIII. Obv: Crowned bust facing right. Rev: An inscription. 3) George VI. Obv: Conjoined busts facing left. Rev: Blank. Original case. Extremely fine. $175

CORONATION OF GEORGE VI


1937, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE VI. By Percy Metcalfe. Silver 57mm. Obv: Bust of George V, left. Rev: Bust of Queen Elizabeth, left. BHM 4314, Eimer 2046, Wollaston 29, Fearon 388.1. 9,051 issued. In its original Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $150.



1937, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GOERGE VI. By Percy Metcalfe. Silver 32mm. Obv: Crowned bust of George VI, left. Rev: Crowned bust of Queen Elizabeth II, left. BHM 4314, Eimer 2046, Wollaston 29, Fearon 388.1. Matt finish, very rare thus. In its original (slightly damaged) cardboard box. Extremely fine. $125

1937, Great Britain. OFFICIAL CORONATION MEDAL OF GEORGE VI. By Percy Metcalfe. AE 32mm. Obv: Bust of George VI, left. Rev: bust of Queen Elizabeth, left. Extremely fine. $20

CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II

1953, Great Britain. CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II. By Spink & Son Ltd. Set of three medals: 22 carat gold, 32mm 23.9 gms; silver 32mm, AE 32mm. Obv: Crowned bust facing right. Rev: Buckingham Palace. BHM 4448, Eimer 2086. In an original case. There is a mark on the inside of the case, where a label has been removed. The gold medal has a proof finish, the other two medals have matt finishes and are extremely fine. Sorry, SOLD

1953, Great Britain. CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II. Published by Spink & Son Ltd. 9 carat gold 32mm 17.6 grams. Obv: Crowned bust facing right. Rev: Buckingham Palace. BHM 4448, Eimer 2086. In its original case.  Extremely fine.  Sorry, SOLD


1953, Great Britain. CORONATION OF ELZABETH II. By Spink & Son Ltd. Silvered-bronze 32mm. Obv: Crowned bust of Elizabeth II facing right. Rev: Buckingham Palace. BHM 4448, Eimer 2086. In its original cardboard box. Extremely fine. $25


Another, but bronze. Extremely fine. $20

INVESTITURE OF CHARLES AS PRINCE OF WALES

1969, Great Britain. OFFICIAL INVESTITURE MEDAL OF PRINCE CHARLES AS PRINCE OF WALES. By M. Rizello. Silver  45mm. Obv: Head, right. Rev: A dragon. In its original Royal Mint case. Gilt embossing on the case a little faded. Extremely fine. $75


1969, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE INVESTITURE OF PRINCE CHARLES AS PRINCE OF WALES. By M. Rizello. AE-gilt 57mm. Obv: Head, right. Rev: A dragon. In its original Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $40

Another. Lightly cleaned, slight mark on the obverse, otherwise extremely fine. $30


1969, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE INVESTITURE OF PRINCE CHARLES AS PRINCE OF WALES. By M. Rizello. AE 32mm. Obv: bust, right. Rev: A dragon. Extremely fine. $20

THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF WINDSOR (EDWARD VIII)

1972, Great Britain. DUKE OF WINDSOR, MEMORIAL. By Messrs John Pinches, Silver 38mm. Obv: Head, left. Rev: A crown set against a rose. Eimer 2124. Cased. Proof finish with light toning. $45

THE SILVER JUBILEE OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH II

1977, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ACCESSION OF ELIZABETH II. By. B. Sindall. Silver 57mm. Obv: The Queen enthroned. Rev: A rose. In its original, blue Royal Mint case. Extremely fine. $125



1977, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ACCESSION OF ELIZABETH II. By B. Sindall. Silver 38mm. Obv: The Queen enthroned. Rev: A rose. In its original, blue Royal Mint Case. Eimer 2135,Wollaston 43. Slight discoloration of the inside lining of the case. Extremely fine. $60

 

1977, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH II. By B. Sindall. AE-gilt 58mm. Obv: The queen enthroned. Rev: A tudor rose within a decorative border. Leg: VIVAT REGINA (Long live the Queen). Eimer 2135, Wollaston 43. Cased. Extremely fine. $50



1977, Great Britain. OFFICIAL MEDAL FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH II. By B. Sindall. AE-gilt 45mm. Obv: The Queen enthroned. Rev: A Tudor rose. Eimer 2135, Wollaston 43. In its original Royal Mint Case. Extremely fine. $30

SILVER ANNIVERSARY OF THE CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II


1978, Great Britain. 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CORONATION OF ELIZABETH II. Struck by the Royal Mint for the Westminster Abbey Trust. Silver 45mm. Obv: Westminster Abbey. Rev: The coronation chair. In its original case. Richly toned on the obverse. Extremely fine. $50

1994, Great Britain. 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE INVESTITURE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. By Michael Rizzello, issued by the Royal Mint. Silver 63mm. Obv: Head facing left. Rev: The Prince of Wales' plumes. Cased with a certificate. Matt finish. Extremely fine. $150