Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals

To be Sold on: 2 December 2020

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Irish Surplus Revenue Dispute, 1753, a gold medal, unsigned, Speaker of the Irish Parliament placing cap of liberty on Hibernia, Industry and Law standing to left, Fame flying left above, vulture and wolf in exergue, rev. legend in ten lines, named on edge (Gustavus Lambart Esqr), 44mm, 40.11g/12h (MI II, 673/385; E 641). Some light tooling on reverse, otherwise about extremely fine, very rare in gold; with integral loop for suspension £3,000-£4,000

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Irish Surplus Revenue Dispute, 1753, a gold medal, unsigned, Speaker of the Irish Parliament placing cap of liberty on Hibernia, Industry and Law standing to left, Fame flying left above, vulture and wolf in exergue, rev. legend in ten lines, named on edge (Gustavus Lambart Esqr), 44mm, 40.11g/12h (MI II, 673/385; E 641). Some light tooling on reverse, otherwise about extremely fine, very rare in gold; with integral loop for suspension £3,000-£4,000