Commemorative, Historical and Art Medals (30 May 2012)

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1 Royal Agricultural Society of England, silver award medals (2), both by J. Pinches (second unsigned), Ceres standing by plough holding scythe, rev. Royal English Arboricultural Society, named (Capt. J.M. Naylor, class IX, Plantations Competition, 1925); rev. Royal English Forestry Society, named (His Grace the Duke of Northumberland, class IV, Forestry Exhibition, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1935), both 55mm (MJP p. 134, nos 3, 4) [2]. Extremely fine or better; in fitted cases of issue £100-150 £110
2 Royal Pomona Palace and Gardens, silver prize medal, unsigned, front elevation of Palace, rev. wreath, named (International Horse Show, 1874, awarded to Mc Dougall Brothers for Cattle Cake &c), 38mm. Nearly extremely fine with suspension loop £30-40 £45
3 Building Trades Exhibition, silver award medals (2), London 1886, Victory crowns two workers, rev. named (Blackman Air Propeller Ventilating Co), 51mm, London 1894, named (H.G. Mankin), 39mm; Institute of Builders Licentiate Discussion Club, a silver award medal, named (Presented to S.T. Saunders, First Chairman, 1925-26), 51mm; National Federation of Building Trades Employers, an enamelled silver badge (D.E. Lockhart, 1970), 39 x 31mm. [4]. Very fine or better £60-80 £55
4 (Chartered) Surveyors’ Institution, silver award medals (2, one gilt), unsigned, bust of John Clutton three-quarters right, revs. named (George Freeman, Highest Marks Professional Associateship Examination, 1899) and (Charles John Howell Thomas, Highest Marks Fellowship Examination, 1900), both 51mm [2]. Some surface marks and hairlines, otherwise extremely fine or better, the first very rare £80-100 £75
5 Guild of Building, The Tarran Medal, a silver award medal by T. Fattorini, temple facade within border, rev. six cartouches containing views of buildings, edge named (Robert Goodwill 1936), hallmarked Birmingham 1936, 50mm; Institute of Builders, a silver award medal, unsigned [by J. Pinches], named (Awarded to Albert V. Sweet, a student of general building industry subjects at the L.C.C. School of Building, Brixton), 38mm (cf. MJP p.63); London Master Builders Association, a silver award medal by C. Thomas, named (Keith Anthony Savory, Plumbers’ Work 1965), edge hallmarked London 1965, 57mm [3]. Extremely fine; cased as issued £90-120 £90
6 Royal Institute of British Architects, a silver award medal, unsigned (by B. Wyon?), legend within wreath, rev. named (Medal of Merit with an Honourable Addition thereto to Mr C.F. Hayward for his Essay on the Pre-Gothic Age in Germany or the Romanesque Development of the Rhine and Central Europe, 1853), 58mm. Sometime cleaned, nearly extremely fine, rare; in fitted case of issue £70-90 £90
7 Royal Institute of British Architects, George Godwin Medal, 1881, a silver award by G.G. Adams, bust right, rev. legend around wreath, named (Herbert Austen Hall, F.R.I.B.A., Godwin Bursar, 1919), 56mm. Cleaned in the past, otherwise about extremely fine £50-70 Unsold
8 Royal Institute of British Architects, a silver award medal by W. Wyon after Chantrey, bust of John Soane right within a broad additional border, this engraved (Walter Sykes George for a Design for Bacon’s Ideal Mansion, 1906), rev. elevation of the Tivoli corner of the Bank of England, the border engraved (Presented by the Royal Institute of British Architects), 72mm (MJP p. 160; cf. BHM 1662; Taylor 106a). Nearly extremely fine, very scarce; in case of issue [this damaged] £80-100 £160
9 Royal Institute of British Architects, 1919, a silver award medal by C.W. Thomas, decorated column supported by two lions, rev. named (Board of Architectural Education, Awarded to Elie Mayorcas, School of Architecture, Architectural Association, London, 1932), 89mm (BHM –; E –; cf. BM Acq. 1978-82, p.87, 156). Extremely fine; in green fitted case of issue £150-200 £360
10 Derby Art Gallery, 1882, a silver award medal, crowned shield within quatrefoil, rev. female figure before easel, edge named (Frederick J. Robinson, Architectural Design 1883), 39mm; Howell & James, 1882, a silver award medal by J.S. & A.B. Wyon, named (Howell & James Art Pottery Exhibition, 1882, Ornaments, Birds & Flowers, Awarded to Mrs Morant), 46mm [2]. About extremely fine or better, first toned and cased as issued £70-90 £130
11 Long Eaton, a silver-gilt award plaque by Spink, seated female before easel, rev. cherub, named (Long Eaton Higher Education Comee, Awarded to Reginald C. Fox for Lace Design, 1914), edge stamped silver, 51 x 38mm. Extremely fine; in fitted case of issue £30-50 £60
12 Mellin’s Art Competition, 1896, a silver award medal, signed ok fec, female seated at easel, rev. tablet, named (Awarded to Amy Cockburn), 50mm; Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts (Founded 1858), a silver award medal by S. Rosenthal and W.J. Taylor, named (Mlle. Titiens, Honorary Member, 1862), 51mm; together with other silver award medals (3) for drawing, painting etc. [5]. Mostly about extremely fine £120-150 £110
13 Aero Club of Great Britain, 1908, a copper medal for the F.A.I. International Balloon Contest, London, balloon over London cityscape, with small plane and dirigible also in sky, rev. engraved details, named (C. Ceerts), 38mm (Malpas 171). Extremely fine, rare £90-120 £260
14 Scottish Chess Association, a silver award medal, unsigned, thistle on chessboard, rev. named (Bearsden Chess Club, First Prize Junior Championship, won by R.C. Higgins, 1903-4), hallmarked Birmingham 1903, 39mm; Surrey County Chess Association, a silver award medal by A. Fenwick, named (Won by Mr W.D. Childs, 1900-01), 45mm [2]. About extremely fine; in fitted cases of issue £60-80 £55
15 Ancient Order of Druids, an oval silver award medal by J. Moore, druid’s head left within wreath, rev. named (Presented by Lodge 59 of Druids to P.N.A. W. Kimber, Jany 1889), 76 x 59mm. A few surface marks, otherwise good very fine, very rare; with clip and ring for suspension and original maroon ribbon £150-200 £140
16 Bath & West of England & Southern Counties Society, award medals (2), by J.A. Restall, Prince of Wales plumes, rev. wreath, named (Awarded to Wardlaw Bros for Cider in Cask, Bath, 1900); royal arms in Garter, rev. named (Awarded to the Hon. Mrs Smyth for Field Gate, Bristol, 1921), both 39mm [2]. Very fine or better £40-60 £40
17 Celtic Society, a uniface silver medal or badge by Marshall & Sons, armed Highlander guarding loch and glen, fort in background, thistles, roses and shamrocks in foreground, rev. named (Wm McKay, Little Ferry), hallmarked Edinburgh 1826, 36mm (D & W 115/120; Brodie 250). Very fine; with suspension ring £100-150 £150
18 Foundation of the Cobden Club, 1866, a silver award medal by J.S & A.B. Wyon, bust left, rev. inscription within wreath, 57mm (BHM 2864; E 1584). Reverse edge bruise, otherwise good very fine, lightly toned £60-80 £55
19 Liverpool Female Parent Abstinence Society, an engraved silver award medal, signed Fairhurst Sc - Leigh Sc, mothers with banners, a child beside them, as supporters of an armorial shield, ‘Estabd. 15th Aug. 1838. Thos Freme President’, rev. legend in 11 lines, named (Presented to Thomas Freme, 17th July 1839), 68mm, Very fine or better, handsomely engraved with an ornate floral border and elaborate suspension loop £120-150 £470
20 Liverpool Royal Institution, 1814, a silver award medal by T. Wyon, head of Minerva right, rev. wreath, named (59, J. Freme), 38mm, 32.29g/12h (D & W –; MG –; BHM –). About very fine £30-50 £35
21 Liverpool Royal Institution, 1814, a silver medal or pass by T. Wyon, head of Minerva right, rev. wreath, named (James Ryder, 315), 38mm (D & W –; MG –; BHM –). Some edge and surface marks, about very fine £30-50 £35
22 Lodge No 1 of Loyal and Independent Britons, c. 1830, a silver medal by Parkin [Birmingham], bust of William IV right, god save the king and named (Benjamin Bill), rev. Britannia stands on sea-shore looking towards distant ship, 64mm. Pierced and edge somewhat rough, otherwise about very fine £120-150 £110
23 Pitt Club (Blackburn), 1814, a silver medal by T. Halliday, bare head left, rev. legend in six lines within wreath, ring named (Walter Bulcock, Admitted 9th May 1816), 41mm (D & W 110/83). Extremely fine and rare, set in a silver ring with glazed lunettes; housed in original round case £80-100 £210
24 Pitt Club (Leicester), 1814, a silver medal by T. Webb, bust of Pitt left, rev. legend in wreath, named (C. Bloomar, May 28th 1815), 48mm (BHM 835; D & W 141/310). Suspension clip removed, otherwise very fine or better £80-100 £110
25 Royal Scottish Society of London, a silver-gilt award medal, lion rampant within crowned garter and wreath of thistles, rev. named (Awarded to Corpl Newton, 1st Life Guards, First Prize for Swordsmanship at the Scottish Fete in Lord Holland’s Park, 10 & 11 July 1851), 42mm. Extremely fine with suspension bar and tartan ribbon, rare £80-100 £75
26 Society of Industry, 1785, a silver award medal by J. Milton, robed figures of Peace and Plenty, beehive in background, rev. legend, named (Presented to the Reverend Mr Frettwell, Vicar of Horncastle, 1785), 34mm, 26.36g/12h (Stainton 1; D & W 137/286; MG 1046). Good very fine and very rare; with integral loop for suspension £100-150 £150
27 Union Society of the City of Westminster, a silver award medal, unsigned, four clasped hands, rev. named (W.J. Styles, 25th November 1904), 42mm; together with other silver award medals relating to St James’s and Westminster (3) [4]. Very fine or better, all with suspension loops, one with original blue ribbon £50-70 £55
28 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, named (John Morgan, 3rd Div. No. 1021, Sept. 1860, Bath), 48mm (D & W 162/475). Light scuffing, otherwise very fine, rare; with silver suspender bar and original faded brown ribbon £50-70 £130
29 Wellington College, the Walter Castle Prize for Merit [for work, character and games], 1929, a (?) silver plaque, named (T.J.R. Dashwood), legend and arms over tablet divided into three segments, 77 x 102mm. Very fine £60-80 £150
30 Albion Cycling Club, a gold and enamel award medal by Dance & Duerden, arms, rev. named (Club Record, A.J. Smith, 100 mls, 5. 16. 14, 3/7/27), hallmarked Birmingham 1927, 15 x 23mm; Stanley Cycle Club, a silver award medal, unsigned, arms (Time Medal 1894), rev. named (J.P.K. Clarke, 4th July, 10 Miles Bicycle Championship, Herne Hill, 27 min 15 sec.), 28mm; West Roads Cycle Club, a silver award medal, unsigned, lion rampant on wheel, rev. named (50 Mile Championship, 1900, 2nd, F. Skowronek, time 2hrs 7mins), hallmarked Birmingham 1900, 30mm [3]. Very fine to extremely fine £50-70 £45
31 Anfield Bicycle Club, a silver award medal by Vaughton, three shields, rev. named (24 Hours Road Race, T.W. Heginbotham, 385 Miles, 14/15 July 1933), hallmarked Birmingham 1933, 29mm; together with other silver award medals (8, five enamelled), from Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, etc, 1924-57 [9]. Mostly very fine; one with suspension ring broken £50-70 £45
32 Belle Vue Cycle Club, gold award medals (2), by W. Hinds, arms, rev. named (50 Miles, F.G. Stevens, 2h 20m 28s, Club Record 1923), hallmarked Birmingham 1923, 40 x 26mm, 9.2g; by W.J. Carroll, named (25 miles J.C. Wyatt, 1.5.44, 1926), hallmarked Birmingham 1926, 37 x 29mm, 12.4g [2]. First very fine, second extremely fine £150-200 £150
33 Brighton Mitre Cycling Club, a gold and enamel award medal by W. Hinds, wings, rev. named (Open 50 Time Trial. Fastest R.G. Stevens 2h 20m 40 1/2s, 1926), hallmarked Birmingham 1926, 28mm, 8.8g. Very fine £70-90 Unsold
34 British Empire Cycling Championships, a gold award medal by W.J. Carroll, crowned arms, rev. named (4 Mile Championship 1908, won by D. Flynn), hallmarked Birmingham 1908, 15ct, 32mm, 20.8g; Scottish Cyclists Union, gold award medals (2), unsigned, arms, rev, named (10 Mile Championship. Won by D. Flynn 1902), hallmarked Birmingham 1902, 32mm, 18ct, 17.5g; by C. Michael & Co (?), crowned arms, rev. named (1 Mile Championship. Won by Dan Flynn), hallmarked Birmingham 1906; United Kingdom Cycling Championships, a gold award medal by Vaughton, crowned arms, rev. named (5 Miles [Amateur], Newcastle-on-Tyne, 23rd July 1904, won by D. Flynn, Time 13mins: 49 4/5 secs:), hallmarked Birmingham 1904, 15ct, 32mm, 14.1g Good fine to good very fine, a rare and interesting group £800-1,000 £780
35 Brookdale Cycling & Social Club, a silver and enamel award medal by Vaughton, crowned shield, rev. named (Unpaced 20 Miles, 6th Sept. 1903, Second Fastest, Mr A. Harper, 1h 4m 17s), hallmarked Birmingham 1899; together with other silver award medals (8, five enamelled), all 20th century [9]. Mostly very fine £70-90 £65
36 Catford Cycling Club, a gold award medal by Vaughton, wreath below wheel, cyclists at sides, rev. named (12 hrs safety, local roads, G. Marriott 167 1/2 miles, Sep 20th 94), hallmarked Birmingham 1886, 32mm, 12ct, 16.9g. Enamel slightly damaged, otherwise good very fine; in case of issue £200-250 Unsold
37 Catford Cycling Club, silver award medals (2), by J.A. Restall, named (Long distance rides. Bicycle. South Roads. E. Perman, 125 1/2 mls in 12h. Sep 7 1890), hallmarked Birmingham 1890, 32mm; by W.J. Carroll, named (J.E. Sibun, Kent R.C. Open 50. 1st Team, 1938), hallmarked Birmingham 1938, 32mm; Crouch Hill Cycling Club, silver award medal by F.H. Adams, named (100 Miles 1935 Inter-Club. F.W. Firman, 5h 6m 31s), hallmarked Birmingham 1935, 30mm [3]. Very fine to extremely fine; first cased £30-50 £25
38 Farnham Road Club, a silver medal by J. Pinches, cyclists riding left, rev. named (1938 Club 50 Miles T.T., 1st L. Bonner, 2 hrs 36 mins), 32mm (MJP –); together with other silver award medals (7, 6 enamelled) from Essex, London, Middlesex, Sussex, 1926-50 [8]. Mostly very fine £60-80 Unsold
39 Glade Cycling Club, a gold and enamel award medal, unsigned, named (Glade C.C. 30 Mi, 10.7.27, F.W.Brockwell, 1h 24m 30s, Club Record), stamped 8ct, 28mm, 5.7g. Very fine £50-70 Unsold
40 Irish Cyclists’ Association Championship, a silver award medal by Gibson & Co, hand of Ulster on shield, rev. named (1898, 1 Mile, second, J.G. Boyton), 30mm. Nearly extremely fine, rare £50-70 £120
41 London Wheelers, 1884, a silver award medal by Vaughton, emblem and arms in arcade, rev. named (Club, 21 Mile Road race, 25th Sept 1886, 4th Prize, Won by J.S. Smith), 35mm. Good very fine, dark tone, rare £50-70 £45
42 Midland Cycling & Athletic Club, a gold award medal by A. Barnett (?), monogram, rev. named (Novice Massed Start 1939. First N. Taylor, Meresbroo [sic] R.C.C.), hallmarked Birmingham 1939, 29mm, 13.4g. Good very fine £120-150 Unsold
43 National Cyclists’ Union, a silver award medal, unsigned, conjoined arms, rev. named (25 Miles Ordinary Bicycle Championship, 25th June 1892. Time Medal, H.D. Faith, 1 hour 19 mins 3 secs), 31mm; together with later N.C.U. awards in silver (3), base metal (3), 1910-37 [7]. Varied state; two cased £80-100 Unsold
44 North Road Cycling Club, silver award medals (2), both unsigned, 1885, arms, rev. named (100 Miles Road Handicap, F. Pearse, 5h 31m 42s, Safety, 9th July 1898); rose and thistles between arms, rev. named (Tug-of-War, Jan 29 1887, C.T. Scrivener), both 28mm [2]. Extremely fine, toned, rare £40-60 £35
45 Notts Castle Bicycle Club, a gold and enamel award medal by Vaughton, named (1926, 30 ml R.T.T., W. Tinkler, 1h 24m 21s, “5m” 1st H’cap), hallmarked Birmingham 1926, 26mm, 11.4g; together with silver award medals (2, one enamelled), from the same club [3]. Very fine to extremely fine £90-120 £120
46 Scottish Amateur Road Championship, a silver award medal, unsigned, rev. named (R. Scott, Hawick C.C., Av. Sp. 22.045 mph, 1949), 32 x 25mm; World’s Open Cycling Championship, a silver award medal by J.A. Restall, cyclist between two hemispheres, rev. named (One Mile, H. Brown, Rode for England, Glasgow, 1897), hallmarked Birmingham 1897, 32mm; together with other silver award medals (8, four enamelled), mostly 20th century [10]. Mostly very fine or better £80-100 £140
47 South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire Centre N.C.U., a silver gilt award medal by Fattorini, arms, rev. named (25 Miles Championship, Time Medal, won by A. Warburton, 1893), 32mm; together with other silver award medals (6, five enamelled) from Derby, Doncaster, Rotherham, etc, 1929-37 [7]. Mostly very fine; first in fitted case of issue £40-60 £45
48 I. Lines Drawing Academy, 1829, a small silver medal, emblems of the arts, rev. named (To J. Cottrill for the best drawing from a bust...), 32mm; Wick Hall Literary Society, 1850, a silver medal, a scholar reading, standing by beehive, rev. named (Presented to Sanders Etheridge as a testimony of his perseverance and industry in the cause of Literature...), 44mm [2]. Both very fine £80-100 £190
49 New Caledonian Asylum, London, 1844, a silver Reward of Merit medal, crown within thistle wreath, rev. named (Dond. S. McKenzie, 14th May 1844), 45mm. Pierced and flan with gentle bend, otherwise about very fine, rare £90-120 £110
50 British Association of Gas Managers, President’s Prize, 1873, a frosted silver award medal by Baddeley Bros, seated figure, industrial landscape behind, rev. wreath, edge ring named (Awarded to Vivian B. Lewes, F.I.C., F.C.S, 1892, Wm. A. Valon President), 57mm. Better than extremely fine, rare; set in a silver ring and glazed £80-100 £150
51 Heriot-Watt University, The Watt Club, a silver award by Kenning & Spencer, bust of Watt left, rev. mechanical pump, edge named (Thomas Webster, 1892), 48mm; Institution of Structural Engineers, a silver award medal by P. Metcalfe, pyramid and lighthouse from the ancient world, with modern bridge and crane, rev. named (D.G. Macintosh…Session 1927-28), 42mm [2]. Nearly extremely fine, the second a good example of Metcalfe's Art-Deco style £70-90 £75
52 Institute of Civil Engineers, Telford Medal, 1828, a silver-gilt award medal by W. Wyon, bare head of Thomas Telford left, rev. Menai Suspension Bridge, named on edge (Edward Ellis Allen, 1855), 57mm (BHM 1328). Good very fine £150-200 £220
53 Institute of Civil Engineers, Stephenson Medal, a silver-gilt award by J.S. & A.B. Wyon, bust left, rev. locomotive no. 2, edge named (Edgar Worthington, 1888-89), 47.5mm. Matt surface, extremely fine £90-120 £190
54 Institute of Civil Engineers, Telford Medal, 1828, a silver-gilt award medal by J.S. & A.B. Wyon after W. Wyon, bust of Telford left, rev. Menai Suspension Bridge, edge named (Alfred Weeks Szlumper M. Inst. C.E., Session 1891-92), 58mm (BHM 1328; E 1206). Extremely fine or better, rare; in fitted case of issue £200-250 £300
55 Institute of Civil Engineers, Watt Medal, 1828, a silver-gilt award medal by J.S. Wyon, bust of Watt, right, rev. steam engine, edge named (Charles Frewen Jenkin, B.A. Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., Session 1895-96), 48mm (BHM –; E 1207). Extremely fine or better, rare; in fitted case of issue £150-200 £190
56 Institution of Aeronautical Engineers, Sir Charles Wakefield Medal, a silver-gilt award medal, unsigned, globe and eagle within wreath, rev. named (Awarded 1949 to E.S. Calvert for his work in the Development of Airport Lighting), 64mm; Midland Counties Institution of Engineers, silver award medals (2), by T. Fattorini, named (Alan Hill, 1949-50; A.E. Naylor 1951-52), hallmarked Birmingham 1950 and 1952, both 44mm [3]. About extremely fine, first with a little edge damage; all cased as issued £120-150 £130
57 Institution of Civil Engineers, Forrest Medal, a silver award medal by A. Wyon, bust of James Forrest three-quarters right, rev. façade of the Institution, edge named (Percival Miller Chadwick, B.Sc, Stud. Inst. C.E., Session 1912-1913), 57mm. Nearly extremely fine, toned £70-90 Unsold
58 Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, a silver award medal by Walker & Hall, bust left, rev. named (Presented to Alexander Bishop for his Paper on Railway Signalling read before the Graduate Section, 12th April 1892), 44mm. Nearly extremely fine; in case of issue £40-60 £35
59 Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a silver-gilt award medal, unsigned, bust of Thomas Hawksley three-quarters left, rev. engineer with shovel, buildings in background, named (A.T. Bowden, 1953), 57mm; North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, C.C. Greenwell medal, a silver award medal, unsigned, facing bust, rev. miner’s lamp, named (Capt. Stanley Walton-Brown M Sc., 1936), 50mm [2]. About extremely fine; both cased as issued £90-120 £85
60 Midland Counties Institution of Engineers, Past President’s gilt-silver and enamel award medal, 1950-51 (Alan Hill), 65 x 45mm; North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Past President’s gilt-silver and enamel award medal, 1983-84 (Ralph Blance), 40 x 23mm; Nottingham Society of Engineers, Past President’s gilt-silver and enamel award medal, 1934-35 (H. A. Bennett), 43mm [3]. Extremely fine £80-100 Unsold
61 Society of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, a silver award medal by Vaughton, standing female figure, rev. wreath, named (W.M. Mason 1928), hallmarked Birmingham 1928, 44mm; together with other silver award medals (3), relating to Engineering, all 20th century [4]. Mostly extremely fine; in cases of issue £120-150 Unsold
62 Yorkshire Union of Mechanics Institution, a silver award medal by G. Davis, shield with supporters, rev. wreath, named (Cloth Workers Second Prize, Frank Tuley of Halifax for Essay on Dyeing, 1882), 64mm. About extremely fine, with integral clasp and suspension ring; in case of issue £120-150 £110
63 Henry Arthur Colmore-Dunn, 1896, a silver award medal, unsigned, bust left, rev. legend within wreath, edge named (John Blackburn from Hugh Pollock, March 1898), 76mm. Very fine but edge knocked £100-150 £120
64 London Fencing Club, 1928, Desborough Foil Medal, a silver award medal by F. Joubert, three people fencing, rev. seated female, named (Awarded to E.P. Minett, 22-12-48), 60mm. About extremely fine; in maroon fitted case of issue £60-80 £60
65 Jersey Football Cup, 1908-09, a small silver shield, ‘R.E. East Kirtlington Winners’, 31 x 21mm; Lord Jersey's Football Association, a silver cross, ‘Kirtlington R. East’, 35 x 31mm; Guernsey Football Association, 1922-23, a shaped silver shield, ‘Jackson League, Northerners, A. Barasin’, 34 x 27.5mm [3]. Last worn, other two very fine £100-150 Unsold
66 CHINA, Tientsin Football Association, 1936-7, League Division 1, silver badge, Chinese Temple, 37 x 26mm; INDIA, E.E.F. Football Tournament, 1919 (1/91st Punjabis L.I.), 38mm [2]. First extremely fine, second very fine; both with suspension loop and ring £90-120 Unsold
67 Pilt Down Golf Club, Sussex, a silver award medal, unsigned, golfer teeing off, rev. winged figure with engraved naming on scroll (The Hon. F.G. Hamilton-Russell, 1908), 45mm; together with other local Club medals in silver (12), Artisan Golfers Association (3), 1934, 1937, 1940; Bexhill, 1895, 26mm; Devon County, 1981, 26mm; East Brighton, 1935, 25mm; Eton Manor, 25mm; Kent Golf Union, 1931, 34.5mm; Norfolk County, 1933, 32mm; Seaford Golf Links, 1912, 26mm; Suffolk Golf Union, undated, with suspender, 28.5mm; Sunningdale Ladies Golf Club, 1908 (Mrs H. Blackett, Winner, Scratch Medal, February 1908) [13]. Mostly extremely fine; two cased £200-250 £300
68 Worshipful Company of Distillers, a silver award medal by Vaughton, arms and supporters, rev. named (Hugh Dugan Stewart, January 17, 1945), hallmarked Birmingham 1947, 51mm. Extremely fine but cleaned in the past, with clip and ring for suspension; in original black fitted case of issue £40-50 £35
69 Birmingham School of Medicine (Inst. 1828), a glazed silver award medal by T.W. Ingram, façade of the building in Snow Hill, rev. named within wreath (George Vaux Hoc Praemio donavit Guliel Sands Cox Prælector de Anatomia), 52mm (Taylor 93a). The silver rim with watch-type suspension loop, virtually mint state £150-250 £300
70 Birmingham School of Medicine, a silver award medal by J. Sherriff, bust of Æsculapius left, rev. torso Belvedere, edge named (Mat. Med. 2nd Prize, C.S. Meeke), 39mm (BDM V, 495); University College, London, Robert Fellowes Medal, a silver award medal by W. Wyon, named (Robert B. Smart, Winter Term, 1852-3), 38mm [2]. Very fine to extremely fine £90-120 £85
71 British Empire Cancer Campaign, 1934, a silver-gilt award medal signed A.G.W., St George on horseback spearing dragon, rev. wreath, named (For Research into the Cause and Cure of Cancer, Garton Medal, Hector Alfred Colwell, 1934), 75mm. Extremely fine; in fitted case of issue £150-200 £370
72 Charing Cross Hospital, London, a silver prize medal, facade of building, rev. named within wreath (Ars Chemica, T.S. Ludlow, mdcccxlvi), 57mm (Taylor 109a); London Hospital, School of Medicine, a silver medal, named (Edward Lloyd, Anatomy & Physiology, Session 1854-55, 37mm; University of Durham, a silver cross, named (Summer Session 1883, Practical Chemistry, Prof. Bedson, B.G. Sumpter), 42mm [3]. Nearly extremely fine £120-150 £130
73 Edinburgh School of Medicine, silver award medals (3), named (Ernest E. Greville, 1884; R.W. Philp, 1892; J.W. Simpson, 1903-04), 48 and 33mm; Minto House, Edinburgh (3), silver award medals (3), named (James Watt, 1883, Practical Chemistry; Murray B. Stewart, 1891; Sheila M Ross, 1898-99), 48 and 33mm; Queen's College, Edinburgh, silver award medal, named (Jacobus Marr, 1841), 48mm [7]. Very fine to extremely fine £200-250 Unsold
74 Edinburgh University, Murdoch Brown Medal in Clinical Medicine, a silver award medal, unsigned, arms within border, rev. wreath, named (Keith M. Morris, 1934), all within an applied wreath rim, 65mm. Extremely fine £90-120 £75
75 Guy’s Hospital, London, a silver award medal by J. Warwick, seated female figure with children, rev. wreath, named (Presented to William Wayland Kershaw, Prize for Pathological Anatomy, 1842), 43mm; Westminster Hospital, a silver award medal by E & W, crowned portcullis in quatrefoil, rev. wreath, named (First Prize in Midwifery awarded to Mr George Green, session 1856-7), 44mm [2]. First good very fine, second extremely fine or better, both toned; in cases of issue £70-90 £90
76 Hackney Hospital, a silver award medal, unsigned, arms, rev. wreath, named (Presented to Annie May Dickenson, Probationer Nurse, 1931), 38mm; Oldswinford Hospital, Worcestershire, 1917, a silver award medal by Fattorini for the 250th anniversary, edge named (H.K. Foster Agent), hallmarked Birmingham 1919, 51mm; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Bristol, a silver award medal by Vaughton, named (P.M. Stock for Shooting, 1931), 51mm; Westminster Medical School, Bulkeley Medal, a silver award, named (D.J. Llewellyn, 1955), 51mm [4]. Very fine to extremely fine, first with suspension ribbon and clasp; first three cased as issued £100-150 £130
77 Leeds Medical School, a silver award medal by B. Wyon, head of John Hunter right, rev. wreath, engraved (Materia Medica), edge named (Robert Atkinson, First Prize, Session 1867) 52mm; Liverpool University College Medical Facility, a silver award medal, unsigned, edge named (H.M. Fletcher), 49mm; Royal Infirmary Medical School, Liverpool, a silver award medal, unsigned, engraved (Third Years Subjects, Winter Session, 1881-2), edge named (J.R.L. Dixon), 50mm [3]. First two slightly hairlined, all about extremely fine; cased as issued £90-120 £95
78 London School of Tropical Medicine, a silver award medal by F.W. Doyle Jones for Pinches, bust of Andrew Duncan right, rev. tablet, named (J.T. Duncan Oct-Dec 1919), 51mm. Extremely fine; in fitted case of issue £50-70 Unsold
79 Manchester Royal School of Medicine & Surgery, a silver award medal, unsigned, crowned shield with supporters, rev. wreath, named (Awarded to Mr Nathaniel Buckley by Dr Newbold for distinction in the Examinations upon Materia Medica, session 1839-1840), 55mm. Better than extremely fine, set in a silver ring with glazed lunette (reverse missing); in original case £80-100 £75
80 Obstetrics, E.J. Hopkins Medal, by Lumley, nurse kneels at the bed of a woman lying-in, holding the baby, above Juno in clouds with two peacocks, rev. Latin legend in 8 lines, edge named (Emanuel Cooper, 1829), 51mm (Storer 1598). Good very fine, toned, very rare £150-200 £160

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