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

Reform Bill, 1832, a white metal medal signed H.C., 47mm (BHM 1604); Abolition of Slavery, 1834, a white metal medal by J. Davis, 45mm (BHM 1665); Dereham Horticultural Society (Est. 1835), Prize Medal, a copper award, unsigned, un-named, 38mm; Exeter Meat and Corn Market Completed, 1837, a copper medal by B. Wyon, 38mm (Taylor 118a); Victoria, Coronation, 1838, medals (2), in copper by B. Pistrucci, 36mm (W & E 88.1; BHM 1801; E 1315), and in white metal by W.J. Taylor for the Court Gazette, 34mm (W & E 132A.1); CANADA, Toronto Industrial Exhibition, 1906, a silver medal by P.W. Ellis & Co, 38mm; together with other miscellaneous British base metal medals (34), from Holcombe, Sutton Coldfield, Worcestershire, Lancaster, Cardiff, etc [41]. Second fine and pierced, others described generally very fine, remainder in varied state £120-150