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Medals : Auction 175 : Lot 781

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 175
Medals Lot
781
A pair of medals in white metal (2) comprising (1) London Bridge Opened 1831, 26mm diameter in white metal by B., Eimer 1247, BHM 1545, Obverse: Shield, crest and motto, Reverse: LONDON BRIDGE COMMENCED 15. JUNE 1825 OPENED 1. AUGUST 1831, Above: Bridge of the Bridge-House Estates, Issued by the Corporation of the City of London, GVF, (2) Reform Bill 1832 50mm diameter in white metal by T. , Eimer 1256, BHM 1587, Obverse: portrait of KING WILLIAM IV. KING OF GREAT BRITAIN in a central circle, around three segments detailing the text of the Reform Bill, Reverse: Justice and observe Britannia, brandishing a sword, who drives Corruption , holding a money-bag, into the sea. Above: a radiate triangle inscribed KING LORDS COMMONS. BRITANNIA SUPPORTED BY JUSTICE DRIVES CORRUPTION FROM THE CONSTITUTION. In Exergue: MDCCCXXXII, NVF
£24
A pair of medals in white metal (2) comprising (1) London Bridge Opened 1831, 26mm diameter in white metal by B.Wyon, Eimer 1247, BHM 1545, Obverse: City of London Shield, crest and motto,  Reverse: LONDON BRIDGE COMMENCED 15. JUNE 1825 OPENED 1. AUGUST 1831, Above: Bridge of the Bridge-House Estates, Issued by the Corporation of the City of London, GVF, (2) Reform Bill 1832 50mm diameter in white metal by T. Halliday, Eimer 1256, BHM 1587, Obverse: portrait medallion of KING WILLIAM IV. KING OF GREAT BRITAIN in a central circle, around three segments detailing the text of the Reform Bill, Reverse: Justice and Mercury observe Britannia, brandishing a sword, who drives Corruption , holding a money-bag, into the sea. Above: a radiate triangle inscribed KING LORDS COMMONS. BRITANNIA SUPPORTED BY JUSTICE DRIVES CORRUPTION FROM THE CONSTITUTION. In Exergue: MDCCCXXXII, NVF   : Medals : Auction 175 : Lot 781
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A pair of medals in white metal (2) comprising (1) London Bridge Opened 1831, 26mm diameter in white metal by B.Wyon, Eimer 1247, BHM 1545, Obverse: City of London Shield, crest and motto,  Reverse: LONDON BRIDGE COMMENCED 15. JUNE 1825 OPENED 1. AUGUST 1831, Above: Bridge of the Bridge-House Estates, Issued by the Corporation of the City of London, GVF, (2) Reform Bill 1832 50mm diameter in white metal by T. Halliday, Eimer 1256, BHM 1587, Obverse: portrait medallion of KING WILLIAM IV. KING OF GREAT BRITAIN in a central circle, around three segments detailing the text of the Reform Bill, Reverse: Justice and Mercury observe Britannia, brandishing a sword, who drives Corruption , holding a money-bag, into the sea. Above: a radiate triangle inscribed KING LORDS COMMONS. BRITANNIA SUPPORTED BY JUSTICE DRIVES CORRUPTION FROM THE CONSTITUTION. In Exergue: MDCCCXXXII, NVF   : Medals : Auction 175 : Lot 781
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