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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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Cambridge : Medals

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 168
Medals Medallic Cased items in silver (8) 2011 of and Gold layered Silver nFDC-FDC in the Mint Office box with certificate, 2017 Queen Birthday Medal Silver Proof FDC in the Mint box with certificate, of Christening 2015 50 grammes Gold Plated Silver Proof FDC in the Jubilee Mint box with certificate, 2017 Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle Engagement One Ounce in .999 silver, gold plated (2) both Proof FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, 2018 Birth of Prince Louis of Cambridge One Ounce of .999 silver with inset diamond birthstone (2) both Proof FDC in the boxes of issue with certificates, 2018 End of - The Unknown Warrior Antique Silver Proof with soldier-shaped cut-out 15.55 grammes of .999 silver FDC in the box of issue with certificate

Auction 165
Medals Medals a small group (5) Prince Albert Chancellor of University 1847, 58mm diameter in silver by G.G.Adams, Eimer 1417 Obverse: Bust left ALBERTUS PRINCEPS, Reverse: CELSISSIUM PRINCEPEM ALBERTUM CANCELLARIUM SUUM FAUSTO FELICIQUE OMINE INAUGURATUM LAETA CONSPICITACADEMIA CANTABRIGIENSIS JULII VI MDCCCXLVII EF and attractively toned. Richard Sainthill 1855 58mm diameter in bronze, by L.C., Obverse: Bust right RICHARD. SAINTHILL. OF. TOPSHAM. DEVONSHIRE. NUMISMATIST. BORN. JAN. 28 1787. Games 1908 Medal 51mm diameter in bronze Eimer 1904 by B.Mackennal Obverse: Fame standing upon a globe, facing, with head right, with trumpet and palm branch ELIS ATHENS PARIS ST.LOUIS LONDON IN COMMEMORATION OF THE GAMES HELD IN LONDON 1908, Reverse: a quadriga advancing left driven by two standing figures EF. Medal 1914-1918 awarded to Pte. J.H.West Light Infantry. Pte.West was killed in action on October 22, 1918, and is buried at (Hyde Park) Cemetery Panel. KX416. Lusitania Medal 1915 UNC with some surface corrosion, in the box of issue

Auction 165
Medals Rowing Medals to W.J.Fernie (2) University Eights Winning Crew 1895 , 51mm diameter in silver by D.Munsey/Peters of Cambridge, in half lunette-style presentation holder , boxed, with old white toning, suggesting once fully encased, the case with a shield-shaped with inscription of the crew, and weights of the crew, and positions in the boat. W.J.Fernie is shown as Stroke position. The final elimination trial for rowers for entrance into the Cambridge Boat Race Crew for the historic University Boat Race. This is the only time prior to the Boat Race that the crews race over the full 4 1/4 mile Putney to Mortlake course. These race were contested intra-University v. Oxford and Cambridge v. Cambridge to decide the final crews. The Race still takes place today, although the medal prize has been replaced by the ad of sponsored clothing and equipment to the competitors. Head of the River - Trinity Hall 51mm diameter in silver, by D.Munsey of Cambridge, in lunette-style presentation holder, boxed, with old white toning, the case with a shield-shaped plaque with inscription of the crew and their respective positions in the boat. W.J.Fernie is shown as position 7 in the boat, and his name and position are inscribed on the outer ring of the lunette case. UNC, both medals in the black boxes of issue. A fascinating insight into the history of the lead up to the annual University Boat Race.

Auction 163
Medals of Medal 1799-1826 with Bhurtpoor clasp aded to Corpl.T.Henry, 59th Foot, EF with minor surface marks

Auction 163
Medals Prince Albert, installed as Chancellor of University 1847 46mm diameter in White metal PRINCEPS CELSISSIMUS ALBERTUS ACAD:CANTAB: CANCELL. 1847, Reverse view of the Senate house A/UNC

Auction 161
Medals HRH of - The Baby, 2 May 2015, One Ounce Gold with Emerald inlaid into the reverse, the obverse with Assay Office hallmarks, FDC in the box of issue with certificate

Auction 153
Medals 1702 by Croker, silver, Good Fair, of Caroline 1717 by Croker, silver, Fair, Coronation 1761, silver (Eimer 695) Fair, of George III 1820 by Kempson, bronze, Prince Albert Chancellor of University 1847, bronze. VF. Together with eight other ty medals. (13)

Auction 139
Medals Music & Academic Prize medals (5): Handel Festival 1859 (Miss A Madot, performer), bronze (Eimer 1527), medal to Ernest Fowles, Harmony 1884, in case. Royal Polytechnic Society 1833, bronze to Anna Maria Fox (Eimer 1272), University winning Company medal, bronze 1904, bronze. Public Schools Sports ad, silver oval rev engraved "1912 hurdles senior won by S.C. Alexander". EF (5).

Auction 131
Medals & University Rifle Clubs Chancellors VIII Ads (4, 3 bronze and I silver) in cases. English Twenty Club (Rifle Shooting) from 1960's (3). Public Schools veterans Challenge Trophy (2), County NRA Medals (5), Miniature Rifle Clubs Medals (5) EF. (18). Together with 25 assorted cloth Rifle Club s

Auction 127
Medals of Charles James Fox 1806 by T., bronze, University of Chemistry Prize Medal 1859, bronze, Prince Albert, Chancellor of University 1847, rev. Senate House interior, Cathedral 1887, bronze. EF

Auction 125
Medals G.B medals (6) University bronze medal (1880 3 miles 2nd T W Walker Pemb. Coll.), Polytechnic Technical Schools , bronze medal to L Shattock 1911 Day School of Architecture 1st Year Drawings. The Daily Telegraph Cup Rifle Competition between teams of the Regulars & s in the Home District 1906, bronze. Esquilant Trophy by J.W.Minton, bronze. King visit to to open Queen Alexandra Dock 1907, bronze. Confectioners & Bakers Medal, silver to J Wood Whitburn, hallmarked 1903. EF.

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