Register | MENU
Dix Noonan Webb
LONDON SPECIALIST AUCTIONEERS
NEWS & EVENTS
HELP & INFORMATION
Lots Per Page:
Total Lots Found: 27
Admiral Edward Vernon (1684-1757), Captire of Porto Bello, pinchbeck medal, 1739, three-quarters figure three-quarters to left, THE BRITISH GLORY..., no line below legend, rev an aerial view of the harbour, 37mm, (MI plate CLV, 14; Betts (?) 199), good fine £60-£80
Sold for £50
Earl Howe, battle of the Glorious First of June 1794, copper medal by C. H. Küchler, 48mm, uniformed bust of Earl Howe right, rev Howe’s flag-ship Queen Charlotte sinks a French ship; together with a commemorative token ‘Earl Howe & the Glorious First of June’ with uniformed bust of Howe left, rev ‘King and Constitution’, this fine, the first nearly extremely fine (2) £200-£300
Sold for £170
Glorious First of June 1794, engraved coin, a William III Halfcrown, rev engraved with three-masted ship sailing left, ‘The Glorious Firft of June’ above, ‘1794’ below, obv engraved ‘H. Gibb. Queen’ in two lines divided by a potted plant, a salmon above, plain edge, 33mm, 12.55g (Comfort -) fine and very rare £300-£400
Sold for £460
Admiral Viscount Duncan, battle of Camperdown 1797, copper medal by Wyon, bust of Duncan in uniform three-quarters right, rev Britannia seated by lion, with rudder and standard, 38mm (BHM 428; MH 461) nearly extremely fine £40-£60
Sold for £65
Nelson Testimonial Medal 1844, by E. Avern, obv. bust of Nelson facing left, enclosed by a garter, ‘England Expects Every Man Will do His Duty’; rev View of the Column in Trafalgar Square, with the National Gallery and the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in the background, ‘To Commemorate the Opening of the Nelson Testimonial in Trafalgar Squ.’; exergue, ‘21 October 1844’, 60mm., pewter, pierced for ring suspension (Hardy 97; MH 53...
Sold for £650
Matthew Boulton’s Medal for Trafalgar 1805, a specially struck reduced-size medallion, issued for the centenary celebrations in 1905, 31mm (2), one in bronze-gilt, the other in white metal, identical in all respects to the full-size medallion, but ‘Centenary of The Battle of Trafalgar 1905’ additionally struck on reverse, the edge inscribed ‘bronze’ on first, and both struck without presentation inscription to edge, first nearly extreme...
The 88th Foot Order of Merit awarded to Private Francis Connolly who was severely wounded in the left thigh at Salamanca, in the left leg at Busaco, in the head at Ciudad Rodrigo, and in both hands when quelling a riot at Montmartre in France in 1815
88th Foot Order of Merit 1818, 1st Class Cross for 12 General Actions, 44mm, the reverse inscribed ‘Francis Connolly’, fitted with straight bar suspension inscribed ‘Peninsula’, good very...
Sold for £4,800
Hanbury Rifle Volunteers Marksmans Prize Medal 1870, 41mm, silver, the obverse featuring two Rifleman, one kneeling and taking aim, the other standing at ease, ‘In Defence’ around, the reverse engraved ‘The Hanbury Medal Marksmans Prize 1870’ within laurel wreath, the edge engraved ‘3rd Mon of Hanbury Rifle Volunteers Captn. Commandant A. Hair’, with silver scroll suspension, edge bruising, suspension claw loose, otherwise very fine...
Sold for £300
Army Inter-Regimental Rifle Matches Prize Medal, 48mm, silver, hallmarks for Birmingham 1884, a skeletal prize medal, the obverse featuring the Royal coat of arms, with outer laurel wreath and crossed rifles below, these engraved ‘1884’, the reverse engraved ‘Won by Corporal Brimer, 13th. Hussars’, good very fine £80-£120
Sold for £110
Norwich Tribute Medal 1899-1901, 32mm x 26mm, silver, the obverse featuring a shield bearing the city arms, ‘Presented by Mayor and Citizens of Norwich’, within laurel wreath around, the reverse inscribed ‘Pro Patria Norfolk Volunteers South Africa 1899-1901’, and contemporarily engraved ‘Pte. E. Ingate 5606’, lacking ring suspension, nearly extremely fine, rare £200-£240
Sold for £400
The Poignant, Historically Important Manuscript Journal, Peking Siege Commemoration Medal and Archive of Doctor Wordsworth Poole, who was Mentioned in Despatches for his devoted and gallant services as Physician to the British Legation during the Siege at Peking, having previously served as Principal Medical Officer in Central Africa and Southern Nigeria.
Poole’s Journal, lavishly illustrated by sketches, diagrams, and tables, is a fascinati...
Sold for £26,000
The Memorial Plaque and Messina Earthquake Medal to Leading Stoker F. C. Rowe, Royal Navy, who was killed in action when H.M.S. Good Hope was sunk at the Battle of Coronel, 1 November 1914
Memorial Plaque (Frank Charles Rowe) in card envelope, with Buckingham Palace enclosure; Italy, Kingdom, Messina Earthquake Medal 1908, silver, unnamed as issued, edge bruise to last, generally very fine (2) £140-£180
Sold for £360
Memorial Plaque (Thomas Arthur Watterson) mounted for display in a circular wooden frame, good very fine £100-£140
Sold for £220
Canadian Memorial Cross, G.V.R. (709392 Sgt. E. H. Luck.) good very fine £60-£80
Sold for £150
Victoria Cross, an official Hancocks & Co, London, replica, the reverse engraved ‘Hancocks 270’, in fitted leather case of issue, extremely fine £300-£400
Sold for £550
Baronet’s Badge of Nova Scotia, a fine and rare Georgian silk neck cravat, 80mm (3.25in) wide, 850mm (34in) overall length, complete with gold split ring for attaching badge and full-width 2-part gold ribbon fastening clasp, extremely good condition for age £200-£300
Sold for £1,700
Princess Mary Christmas 1914 Gift Tin, complete with original packets of tobacco and 19 monogrammed cigarettes; and Princess Mary Christmas Card, the inner lining of the tobacco split, otherwise good condition £80-£120
Sold for £140
A glazed copper framed portrait photograph of an unidentified member of the Royal Flying Corps in uniform with Royal Flying Corps cap badge affixed to the bottom of the frame, 28cm x 37cm, good condition £20-£40
Sold for £20
Royal Air Force officers mess presentation items comprising three silver tankards, a pewter tankard and a double handled silver cup presented in memory of five highly decorated officers from the elite No. 8 (Pathfinder Force) Group, all of whom were killed on active service during the Second World War
Double handled silver cup, hallmarks for London 1944, engraved ‘Presented to the Pathfinders in memory of “Pluto” W/Cmdr. Alan Cousens. D....
Sold for £600
A German Second War Luftwaffe Battle of Britain Pilot’s Grouping.
A very nice small grouping of paperwork and award to Feldwebel Karl Heinz Wilhelm, who served with Jagdgeschwader 77 (Ace of Hearts Fighter Wing) during the Battle of Britain, and was shot down and captured at Waldron, Sussex, on 20 October 1940. The documents comprise his A4 size once folded award certificate for his Pilots Badge dated 1 April 1940, A4 size...
Sold for £900
A German Second War Infantry Assault Badge Document Grouping.
A nice grouping to a wounded German soldier Obergefreiter Zentes, a member of the 8th Company Grenadier Regiment 436. A5 size citation for the Wound Badge in black dated 7 October 1944. A very interesting document being a pass for a seriously disabled veteran dated 8 January 1946 allowing the holder Zentes to get preferential treatment within society. A letter to Zentes...
Sold for £130
A German Second War Metz 1944 Cuff and War Winners Document Group.
A soldbuch in excellent condition with the cover punch holed for filing belonging to Leutnant Wizard Muller, born October 1922, served in a heavy artillery unit, initially in Germany and then Mons in Belgium and finally Boulogne Northern France from 1942 until 1944. January 1944 he transferred to Artillery Regiment 195 where he was wounded and withdrawn and served in various ho...
Grant of Arms Elizabeth II Period.
To Eve Maida Platel, widow of Francis Vittery Platel, Esq., G.M., late Major, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, of Shrewsbury, granted 15 April 1954 by Garter King of Arms and Clarenceux King of Arms, full illuminated parchment scroll complete with attached brass cased seals in its original presentation box bearing EIIR cypher, very good condition £80-£120
Copy Medals: Naval Small Gold Medal 1794-1815, a gilt base metal copy, 33 mm., the reverse inscribed, ‘Thomas Masterman Hardy, Esquire, Captain of H.M.S. Victory, on 21 October MDCCCV, the combined Fleets of France and Spain defeated’, with gilt slip-bar on ribbon; together with Boulton’s Trafalgar medal, gold plated replica edition struck for the Royal Naval Museum in association with the Royal Mint to commemorate the bicentenary of Trafal...
Sold for £260
If you are interested in selling your items and would like a valuation, our experts would be happy to help.
Click here to request a valuation