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Apollo 11 1st Lunar Landing Medal

Code: 53915

25.00 GBP


Group of Shooting Medallion Medals Original Box of Issue

2 x Silver
2x Bronze
3 of the medallions are named LIEUT W.S. MacKenzie one of which is dated 1934

Code: 53351

150.00 GBP


Surrey County Golf Union in Box of Issue Hallmarked Silver

County Championship West Hill Brookwood 1932
2nd Place

Code: 53352

60.00 GBP


Churchill Centenary Picture Medals

A whole rash of commemorative medallions were issued after the death of the great man in 1965, and a further few on the centenary of his birth in 1974. These medallions vary greatly in size and quality. Some are very impressive, being struck in a large size, and with high relief giving great detail. This medallion is one of the most unusual we have seen. not only is it an attractive medal struck in 22 ct. gold, on solid sterling silver.
The two halves form a precise push fit, and together they house a collection of 13 miniature coloured prints, plus a further pair of paper "medallions", one each in the inside of the front and rear halves of the box.,
TOYE KENNING & SPENCER LTD

ONLY 500

Please note there are some damp spots on the inside of the box due to the nature of its age

Code: 52715

125.00 GBP


C.M.G Presentation Box by Spink & Son Ltd

This box measure 160mm x 90mm

Code: 52066

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The Stock Exchange 1972 Silver Medallion in original box of issue

Maker: John Pinches London

Named Godfrey Barnsley

Code: 52072

Price
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2 Masonic medals

Code: 51998

15.00 GBP


Worshipful Company of Fruiters Silver Medallion

This medallion measures 50mm.

Code: 51935

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United Patriots National Benefit Society of Great Britain

LONDON, United Patriots National Benefit Society of Great Britain (Inst. 1843), a silver Directors’ medal, unsigned, arms and supporters, rev. for the interest taken by him in the prosperity of the society, etc, Hallmarked Silver Birmingham 1927



Code: 51451

150.00 GBP


Technological Examination Medal in the original box of issue

Medal reads: City of Guilds of London Institute Department of Technology
The Rim Reads: William Mclagan Williams. Metal Plate Work 2nd Prize 1932

Code: 51342

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