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Auction 171
Medals Medals (4) issues in White Metal (3) 1862 53mm diameter by Ottley, , Obv. Head of Queen Victoria left, H.M.G.Majesty Queen Victoria, Rev. Opened 1st May 1862 5designed by Captain Fowke R.E., Erected by Messrs Kelk and Lucas GEF the reverse lustrous. International Exhibition 1862 38mm diameter by Allen & Moore, Obverse: Gothic Head of Queen Victoria BORN MAY 24 1819. CROWNED JUNE 28 1838. MARRIED FEB:10 1840. H.M.G.QUEEN NVICTORIA , Rev: INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OPENED MAY 1st 1862, West Front view of the Exhibition building, COVERS A SPACE OF 26 ACRES. 1200 Ft LONG 700 Ft WIDE DOMES 250Ft HIGH COST £300,000,NVF/GVF. 1897 39mm diameter by Restall, Birmingham. Obverse: Bust left crowned and veiled, VICTORIA QUEEN AND EMPRESS DIAMOND JUBILEE 1897, Reverse: Britannia seated with trident and shield, DARTFORD COMMEMORATION on an ornate tablet behind NEF holed. Britain's Longest Reign 1897 Young Head and Veiled heads of the Queen left, Reverse a calendar showing all Sundays of the year 1897, VF
£50

Auction 163
Misc Items The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Spoon a 12-piece set in by John Pinches, the spoon respectively showing the Kestrel, Great Crested Grebe, Robin, Kingfisher, Dartford Warbler, Heron, , Nuthatch, Herring Gull, Curlew, Avocet and Long-eared Owl each spoon with a different bird in a oval in the handle, in the box of issue with certificates
£80

Auction 158
Tokens (3) Town 14, Richard Marks 153, John Cleer 215 all Fine, (3) Barkway John 17, Royston Thomas Godfrey 164, St. Albans 172/3 VG to Fine, 17th Century Kent (4) , Robert Capon 130, Robert Taylor 143, Deal James Coston 148, Dym Andrew Clifford 197 Fair to Fine, 17th Century (8) Arundel Thomas Withers 17, William Fletcher 44, Thomas Godleman 48, Robert Hichcock 52, Thomas Spatehurst 62, Richard Younge 72, Midhurst Robat Atkinson 128, Robertsbridge Robert Grove 151 Fair to Fine
£420

Auction 137
Tokens Tokens a (77) 3, 42, 47, 50, 51, 52, 56, 58, 63, 69, 77, 79, 104, 106, 137, Deal 144, 148, 156, 158, Deptford 184, 200, 202, 205, 209, 212, 213, 218, 223, 224, 230, 239, 240, East 243, 276, 297, 301, 335, Harrietsham 346, Ightham 363, Lenham 372, 381, 385, 389, 390, 393, 397, 398, Milton-Next-Gravesend 414, 426, 430, Queensborough 451, 460, 463, 464, 465, 470, 472, 475, 478, Sandwich 490, 496, 497, 498, 501, 504, 516, 524, Smarden 528, 532, 534, 536, 541, Sturry 542/3, Westerham 563/4, Westgate 567, Wingham 569, Wye 582, the majority with old attribution tickets Fair to Fine
£1,000

Auction 122
English Bulk Lots in six seed trays (over 70 kilos gross weight) from circulation mostly Pennies and along with (4 kilos) of and LSD from circulation (7 containers in the lot, gross weight 75 kilos). Property of the Elizabeth Foundation Charity Dartford
£180

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