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Medals : Auction 175 : Lot 779

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 175
Medals Lot
779
A group of medals in white metal (7) 1827 of George Canning, Eimer 1195, BHM 1304 NEF and lustrous, 1830 Death of , Reverse: a crowned urn on a plinth, inscribed DIED JUNE 26th 1830, UNC or near so with good lustre, 1831 of Eimer 1250, BHM 1485 NEF, 1842 Thames Tunnel Completed, 44mm diameter by Davis, , GVF with some lustre, 1843 Thames Tunnel Opened, 38mm by J., Birmingham, EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Ten Hours Bill 1848 Eimer 14213, BHM 2306, 39mm diameter, by Green & Co. , Obverse: Bust of the Queen left GOD SAVE THE QUEEN ROYAL ASCENT 8th JUNE 1847, Reverse: a family seated around a table, In Exergue: EVENINGS AT HOME/TEN HOURS BILL/1st MAY 1848, NVF, and Death of Queen 1901 39mm diameter in aluminium, GVF
£190
A group of medals in white metal (7) 1827 Death of George Canning, Eimer 1195, BHM 1304 NEF and lustrous, 1830 Death of George IV, Reverse: a crowned urn on a plinth, inscribed DIED JUNE 26th 1830, UNC or near so with good lustre,  1831 Coronation of William IV Eimer 1250, BHM 1485 NEF, 1842 Thames Tunnel Completed, 44mm diameter by Davis, Birmingham, GVF with some lustre, 1843 Thames Tunnel Opened, 38mm by J.Taylor, Birmingham, EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Ten Hours Bill 1848 Eimer 14213, BHM 2306, 39mm diameter, by Green & Co. London, Obverse: Bust of the Queen left GOD SAVE THE QUEEN ROYAL ASCENT 8th JUNE 1847, Reverse: a family seated around a table, In Exergue: EVENINGS AT HOME/TEN HOURS BILL/1st MAY 1848, NVF, and Death of Queen Victoria 1901 39mm diameter in aluminium, GVF : Medals : Auction 175 : Lot 779
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A group of medals in white metal (7) 1827 Death of George Canning, Eimer 1195, BHM 1304 NEF and lustrous, 1830 Death of George IV, Reverse: a crowned urn on a plinth, inscribed DIED JUNE 26th 1830, UNC or near so with good lustre,  1831 Coronation of William IV Eimer 1250, BHM 1485 NEF, 1842 Thames Tunnel Completed, 44mm diameter by Davis, Birmingham, GVF with some lustre, 1843 Thames Tunnel Opened, 38mm by J.Taylor, Birmingham, EF and lustrous with some contact marks, Ten Hours Bill 1848 Eimer 14213, BHM 2306, 39mm diameter, by Green & Co. London, Obverse: Bust of the Queen left GOD SAVE THE QUEEN ROYAL ASCENT 8th JUNE 1847, Reverse: a family seated around a table, In Exergue: EVENINGS AT HOME/TEN HOURS BILL/1st MAY 1848, NVF, and Death of Queen Victoria 1901 39mm diameter in aluminium, GVF : Medals : Auction 175 : Lot 779
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