French Historical Medals in Silver, from the Collection formed by James Spencer

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Date of Auction: 7th December 2015

Sold for £100

Estimate: £100 - £150

Concours Musical, Privas, a silver award medal by A. Borrel, named (2e Divon., 1re Son., 3e Prix, Union Chorale de Tournon-s-Rhône, 1865), 45mm; Enseignement de Chant, Paris, a silver award medal, unsigned, named (11me Arrond…Mr Georges Galland, 1873), 45mm; Festival Musical, St Quentin, a silver-gilt award medal, unsigned, named (Mr Bruyer, Chef de Musique du 1er de Ligne, 9 Juin 1878), 50mm; Académie de Musique, Roubaix, a silver-gilt award medal, unsigned, named (Prix d’Excellence, Violon, Albert Dujardin, 1880), 42mm; Conservatoire de Musique, Le Havre, a silver award medal by A. Noel, Rouen, named (Classe de Solfège, 1er Division, 1er Prix, Julia Groult, 1888-89), 41mm; Conservatoire de Musique et de Déclamation, Marseille, a silver award medal, unsigned, named (2e Prix de Solfège à la Unanimité, Mlle Felicie Ehrhardt, 1891), 42mm; Concours de Musique, Neufchâtel-en-Bray, 1907, a silver-gilt award medal, unsigned, named (Louis Margerie, Prix de Direction, Directeur de la Fanfare de Grandvilliers), 42mm [7]. First about very fine, others very fine and better, several toned; some with clips and rings for suspension £100-150

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Third only illustrated