British Historical Medals from the Collection formed by Robert Thomas

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Date of Auction: 7th December 2015

Sold for £360

Estimate: £120 - £150

Battlefield House, St Albans, a plated copper School medal, 44mm; Department of Science and Art, Queen’s National Medal, 1856, in copper, by W. Wyon, named (Samuel C.M. Pilkington, Liverpool, Stage 6A), 55mm (E 1511); International Exhibition, South Kensington, 1862, medals (3), by A. Bovy for Massonnet (2), in gilt-bronze and white metal, both 50mm (Allen B15), and by G. Dowler, in white metal (Allen B95; BHM 2725); Needham Market Fine Art & Industrial Exhibition, 1867, a copper Prize Medal by J. Moore, 44mm (Allen Pt 4); Royal Naval Exhibition, Chelsea, 1891, a white metal medal by A.E. Warner, 38mm (Hardy 105; BHM 3419; E 1767); Completion of the Burrator Reservoir, Plymouth, 1898, a white metal medal, unsigned [by Vaughton], 44mm (BHM 3635); together with other miscellaneous British medals, etc, in silver (2), base metal (50), from Burton-on-Trent, Lancaster, Leeds, Coventry, Wigan, Alloa, Dover, Buenos Aires, Bentham, Droylesden, etc [60]. Those described generally very fine, others in varied state £120-150