British Historical Medals from the Collection of Michael Longfield

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Date of Auction: 12th December 2016

Sold for £200

Estimate: £120 - £150

Edward VII, Coronation, 1902, a silver medal by G.W. de Saulles, 55mm (W & E 4100.4; BHM 3737; E 1871); other medals for the same event (6), by E. Fuchs for Elkington, (2), in silver, 39mm (W & E 4205A.11; BHM 3772; E 1870); in bronze, Union Castle Line, 39mm (W & E 4205HH.1; BHM 3866), by A. Fenwick, in white metal, Chesterton, 51mm (W & E 4327D.1; BHM 3781), by The Mint, Birmingham (3), in silver, bronze (2), all 51mm (W & E 4435.14, 4435.16; BHM 3767); Opening of Queen Alexandra Dock, Cardiff, 1907, a bronze medal by Spiridion & Sons, 52mm (W & E 4921.4; BHM 3945; E 1900); Visit to Rugby, 1909, a bronze medal by W.J. Dingley, 39mm (W & E 4948; BHM 3965) [9]. Generally extremely fine; mostly cased £120-150