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Auction 180
Medals and the 1897 37mm diameter in copper, Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORASTIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' Ex COMMENCED BUILDING 1789. LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16TH 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM THE COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP Eimer 1813, BHM 3613, UNC the obverse with full lustre, the reverse with around 40% lustre, boxed
£75

Auction 179
Medals Medals (7) many with a theme, comprising of - Memorial 1805 53mm diameter in bronze by T. (Reverse after J.Flaxman) Obverse; Bust left, HOR. VICECOM. NELSON. OB PATRIAM PVGNANDO MORT. OCT XXI. MDCCCV, Reverse: Bellona advancing right, across the sea tods galleys, IPSE. BELLE. FVLMEM, Eimer 957, BHM 577, EF with some small tone spots, Lord Nelson's Flagship 'Foudroyant' 38mm diameter in bronze, Obverse: Bust facing, uniformed, head three-quarters left, HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON, Exergue: BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21st OCTOBER 1805. Reverse: Ship at anchor without rigging, "FOUDROYANT" . LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP, Exergue: COMMENCED BUILDING 1789, LAUNCHED PLYMOUTH APRIL 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16th 1897. Eimer 1813, BHM 3613 VF, Seamen's Friend Society 38mm diameter in bronze by Vaughton, , Obverse: Bust of Nelson left, uniformed, LIVERPOOL SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY, Reverse: to the left FOR . THOSE . IN . PERIL ON . THE . SEA . Exergue FOUNDED 1820 UNC, nicely toned, Admiral Vernon 1739 (2) different types, the first in copper, Obverse: Full length figure of Vernon, holding baton and sword, ship and cannon behind, THE BRITISH GLORY REVIV'D BY ADMIRAL VERNON, Reverse: Six ships in Portobello harbour, HE . TOOK . PORTOBELLO . WITH . SIX . SHIPS . ONLY . Exergue NOV 22 1739, MI 538/19, unlisted by Eimer Fine, the second in bell metal, Obverse: Full; length figure of Vernon left anchor and cannon behind THE BRITISH GLORY REVIV'D BY ADMIRAL VERNON (reversed N's in legend) Reverse: Six ships in Portobello harbour, HE TOOK PORTOBELLO WITH SIX SHIPS ONLY, Exergue: NOV 22 1739 (reversed N) Good Fine or better, (2) Surrender of 1815 41mm diameter in bronze, by Brenet. Obverse: Bust right, uniformed, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI. Reverse: Napoleon seated to right, writing and facing a draped angel. In Exergue: XVIII. OCTOBRE MDCCCXV JUSQU'A SA MORT, VF, Burial of Charles , Duke of Berry at St. Denis, by Caqué, Dieudonné and de Puymaurin Obverse: Bust left CAROLVS · FERDINANDVS · DVX · BITVRIGVM · INFANDO · SCELERE · SVBLATVS · XIII · FEBR · MDCCCXX, , Reverse: Religion, holding cross, and France, holding shield, standing grieving over a crowned casket set on leonine supporters and surrounded with arms; Religion in process of placing laurel branch on casket; SACRA · IN · FVNERE · DVCIS · BITVRIGVM · PERACTA Exergue: IN ·S ·DYONISII ·BASILICA/XIV · MART · MDCCCXX in two lines, DIEUDONNÉ F. below.63.82 grammes, EF
£160 London Coins : A179 : Lot 912 : Medals (7) many with a naval theme, comprising Battle of Trafalgar - Nelson Memorial 1805 53mm diame... London Coins : A179 : Lot 912 : Medals (7) many with a naval theme, comprising Battle of Trafalgar - Nelson Memorial 1805 53mm diame...

Auction 179
Medals interest (8) Queen 1887 36mm diameter in silver, Duke of legend, by Pinches, A/UNC and lustrous, and Queen Alexandra 1902 39mm diameter by Pinches, EF and lustrous with a n edge nick, 1935 Borough of Lancaster 35mm diameter in base metal (2) both EF one boxed, Borough of - Preston Guild Merchant, Henry and Mabel Astly-Bell Guild Mayor and Mayoress 1922 51mm diameter in bronze EF cleaned, in a Spink box, Opening of the Town Hall, Lancaster 1909 27 Dec. 'GIVEN BY LORD ASHTON - ROBERT WILSON MAYOR (2) each 44mm diameter in bronze both GVF with some spots, Gigantic Wheel - Auto Music Co. Ltd (c.1897) in brass NEF with an indentation in the field on either side
£32

Auction 175
Medals Lord 's Flagship, the Foudroyant, 1897 (2) the first 38mm diameter in , unsigned, Eimer 1813, BHM 3613, Obverse: Bust facing, uniformed, with head turned three-quarters left, HORATIO . VISCOUNT . NELSON . In Exergue: BORN 29 SEPTEMBER 1758, DIED 21st. OCTOBER 1805 , Reverse: Ship at anchor, without rigging, 'FOUDROYANT' LORD NELSON'S 'FLAGSHIP', In Exergue: COMMENCED BULDING 1789, LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16th 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP, NEF with some edge nicks, in a red box with BRITISH & FOREIGN SAILORS' SOCIETY SAILORS' INSTITUTE SHADWELL inside the lid. Note: BHM notes that in the Earl of 's book ' and Foreign Medals' published by the National Maritime Museum 'records two examples of this medal in gilt bronzed', also an example with gilt portrait is pictured on the Museums, website, The second 38mm diameter in gilt white metal?, Obverse: Port broadside view of the Foudroyant NELSON'S FLAGSHIP, In Exergue: THE FOUDROYANT BUILT 1797, Reverse: Starboard broadside view of the wreck of the Foudroyant in a heavy sea, her mainmast over the side, in the foreground, a boat with men in it, WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16th 1897. GVF with some hairlines, a similar example is in the Royal Museums, Greenwich
£140 London Coins : A175 : Lot 843 : Lord Nelson's Flagship, the Foudroyant, 1897 (2) the first 38mm diameter in gilt, unsigned, Eim... London Coins : A175 : Lot 843 : Lord Nelson's Flagship, the Foudroyant, 1897 (2) the first 38mm diameter in gilt, unsigned, Eim...

Auction 160
Medals and the 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' Ex COMMENCED BUILDING 1789. LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16TH 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM THE COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP diameter 37mm in copper EF with traces of underlying lustre, Board of Trade Rocket Apparatus 37mm diameter in bronze, Obverse: Port broadside view of a full-rigged ship at anchor. Legend: "BOARD OF TRADE ROCKET APPARATUS". Reverse: A large crown centre. "PROOF OF SERVICE AT A WRECK". The Board of Trade owned the apparatus which was held at Coastguard Stations. Users could claim expenses from the board. The rocket apparatus was used to fire a line to a ship in distress. The line then used to haul over hawsers and the block to be affixed to the mast. Once fixed a breeches buoy could be used, hauled on a continuous whip line, to take off passengers and crew one by one. It was used by Coastguards but also by Life Brigades and Life Saving Companies. The first of these founded in Tynemouth in 1864.Coastguards trained the volunteers in the use of the rocket apparatus. These Brigades became national institution until rocket apparatus made obsolete in the 1980s. (Source: National Maritime Museum)
£50 London Coins : A160 : Lot 1807 : Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. '... London Coins : A160 : Lot 1807 : Nelson and the Fourdroyant 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. '...

Auction 159
English Bulk Lots s (9) 1836, 1837, 1841, 1855, 1888 (4), in mixed grades to NEF, Netherlands Indies One Tenth (2) 1919 NEF toned, 1920 VG, Ceylon 1890 Lustrous UNC, Token 1897 16mm diameter, Veiled Head/Blackpool Wheel GVF
£70

Auction 141
Medals Hackney Horse Society Medals (7) each 44mm in diameter and in silver aded to Smith, Windle Sceptre, Up 1906, Windle Sceptre, Worsley 1907, Windle Seabreeze, Worsley 1908, Windle Seabreese Prescot 1910, Tissington Merrielees Upholland 1910, Windle Seabreese Ormskirk 1912, Windle Success 1912 all UNC toned in the original red boxes of issue
£170

Auction 139
Medals Lord s Flagship the Fourdoyant 1897 Eimer 1813 37mm diameter in bronze Obverse Bust facing three-quarters left HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON Ex.Born 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21st OCTOBER, 1805 Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S 'FLAGSHIP' Ex. COMMENCED BUILDING, 1789, LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16th 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP GEF
£46 London Coins : A139 : Lot 1416 : Lord Nelsons Flagship the Fourdoyant 1897 Eimer 1813 37mm diameter in bronze Obverse Bust facing thr... London Coins : A139 : Lot 1416 : Lord Nelsons Flagship the Fourdoyant 1897 Eimer 1813 37mm diameter in bronze Obverse Bust facing thr...

Auction 130
Bonds and Shares , North Pier Steamship Co., , Ltd., certificate for one share, 1895, ornate heading, black, taken over in 1905 by the Blackpool Passenger Steamboat Co., VF. (1).
£50

Auction 126
Medals and the 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORASTIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' Ex COMMENCED BUILDING 1789. LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16TH 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM THE COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP diameter 37mm in copper Good VF boxed, of the of Nelson 1905 28mm in bronze Obverse Nelson standing with scroll beneath DEATH OF NELSON OCT 21 1805 CENTENARY MEMENTO OCT 21 1905. PRESENTED BY BRITISH AND FOREIGN SAILORS SOCIETY CONTAINING VICTORY COPPER FROM THE LORDS ADMIRALTY, Reverse Ship VICTORY TALGAR OCT 21 1805 beneath, ENGLAND EXPECTS THAT EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY. THANK GOD I HAVE DONE MY DUTY Good EF Lustrous
£48

Auction 125
Medals and the 1897 Eimer 1813 Obverse Bust facing uniformed three-quarters left. 'HORASTIO VISCOUNT NELSON.' Ex BORN 29th SEPTEMBER 1758. DIED 21ST OCTOBER 1805. Reverse Ship at anchor without rigging, 'FOURDROYANT'. LORD NELSON'S FLAGSHIP' Ex COMMENCED BUILDING 1789. LAUNCHED AT PLYMOUTH, APRIL, 1798. WRECKED AT BLACKPOOL JUNE 16TH 1897 MEDAL STRUCK FROM THE COPPER OF VESSEL AFTER BREAKING UP diameter 37mm in copper About VF boxed
£40

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