British Historical Medals from the Collection formed by Robert Thomas

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Date of Auction: 7th December 2015

Sold for £360

Estimate: £150 - £200

Salisbury Cathedral, 1830, a white metal medal signed Bennett [by T. Halliday], 50mm (BHM 1469; Taylor 10a); Thomas Attwood, Parliamentary Reform, 1832, a copper medal, unsigned [by J. Davis], 41mm (BHM 1564; E 1258); Leominster Agricultural Society, a white metal award medal by T. Halliday, un-named, 44mm; Opening of the New Houses of Parliament, 1847, medals (3), by J. Davis (2), in white metal and gilt, both 43mm (W & E 526A.1, 527A.1; BHM 2293-4), and by W.J. Taylor, in copper, 39mm (W & E 532A, not listed in copper; BHM 2184 rev.); Burnham Horticultural Society, a silver award medal, signature removed, named (H. Corder), 43mm; together with other miscellaneous British medals in silver (2), base metal (92), from Kings Norton, Liverpool, Alloa, Aberdeen, Dundee, Lewes, Southport, Eton, Lostwithiel, Neath, Cardiff, etc [103]. Those described about very fine and better, others in varied state £150-200