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Pic ID Description Price
31412 US Stamps Sons of Philatelia Enamelled Medal c1900 8.00
Bronze, approx 19mm across, a stamp club that was formed in 1901, but vanished I believe around 1900 after one of the founders stole from the organization
68005 Tanzania Independence Medal 1961 16.00
Brass, approx 33mm across, struck for Independence Day, popularly known as Siku ya Uhuru in Tanzania, is celebrated on 9 December every year. Earlier, Tanzania used to be a German colony and was known as Tanganyika. However, in the year 1918, it became a British mandate territory. On 9 December 1961, Tanganyika got its freedom from the British rule.
77557 Argentina Art Nouveau Death Medal Domingo Sarmiento 1911 7.00
Silvered brass, approx 31mm across, for the death of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, the second President of Argentina, engravd by Rossi
56609 Argentina Centennial Birth Jose de San Martin 1878 Sailing Ship 14.00
Bronze, aprox 34mm across
64694 Argentina Club Atlético Belgrano Medal c1910? 5.00
Club Atlético Belgrano is a traditional club and a popular soccer team from the city of Córdoba in Argentina. White Metal, approx 29mm across
77558 Argentina Medal for Centennial of Independence 1910 5.00
Brass, approx 23mm across
39571 Argentina Medal Library Domingo Faustino Sarmiento 1910 5.00
Copper nickel, approx 26mm across, looped as issued, plain edge, no edge mark. Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Albarracín (San Juan, February 15, 1811 – Asunción, Paraguay, September 11, 1888) was an Argentine activist, intellectual, and writer, and the seventh President of Argentina.
31437 Thaland Commemorative Medal King of Norway 1907-1997 9.00
Looks proof, Copper Nickel - 27 mm, 1997 commemoration of King Chulalongkorn’s month long visit to Norway in 1907, depicts kings of the 2 countries
64560 Austria Medal Karl Ritter von Stremayr 1912 30.00
Bronze, approx 45mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, by R. Marschall, made for the 80th year of his birth, he was an Austrian statesman. He served as the 9th Minister-President of Cisleithania
60099 Belgium Prison Maison de Force Ghent 1826 AU 49.00
Bronze, approx 32mm across, originally founded in 1772, this medal is for the opening of the new prison complex depicted on the medal in 1826
67685 Belgium Silver Award Medal c.1870 Engraved Awarded for Drawing 34.00
Silver, not marked as silver, 50 mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, engraved and awarded to Joseph Bloiere.
18940 Bolivia Medal Opening of Mental Hospital Sucre 1884 Holed 16.00
Struck to expresses the gratitude of the National Congress to the philanthropist G Pacheco for the establishment of the Pacheco Mental Hospital in Sucre on October 2, 1884. Silver, reeded edge, similar size and weight of a 20 centavo coin of the time, approx 23mm across.
74033 Uruguay La Paz Medal 1865 Uruguayan War 59.00
Zinc, approx 55mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, "Album Villalba en Conmemoracion de la Paz 20 feb 1865"
65200 Canada Aluminum Company Map Medal 5.00
Aluminum, approx 43mm across
62367 Canada Congress for French Language Quebec 1937 Art Deco 12.00
Bronze, approx 37mm across, The Second Congress on the French Language in Canada (Deuxième Congrès de la langue française au Canada) was held at Université Laval in Quebec City from June 27 to 1 July 1937. The theme of the second congress was "The French spirit in Canada, in our language, our laws, our habits" (L'esprit français au Canada, dans notre langue, dans nos lois, dans nos mœurs).
38707 Canada Medal 1939 Royal Visit Cadbury 5.00
White metal, approx 38mm across, holed as issued
79998 Canada Nova Scotia 1st Powereed Flight in Canada 1984 5.00
Looks like nickel, approx 33mm across
77447 Canada Royal Visit 1927 Confederation Anniversary 5.00
Bronze, approx 26mm across.
77448 Canada Royal Visit 1939 5.00
Bronze, approx 26mm across.
38654 Canada Royal Visit 1939 Visit Larger Size Medal UNC Pair 8.00
Bronze, larger one is approx 31mm across, larger than the more common one that is also included
77449 Canada Royal Visit 1953 4.00
Bronze, approx 34mm across.
36589 Prince Edward Island One Cent Centennial Medal 1871-1971 9.00
bronze. Approx 39mm across
Central America
77560 Central American Havana International Harvester Medal Tractor 12.00
Approx 33mm tall, looks to be from the 1950s
77561 Central American Religious Medal c1900? 5.00
Approx 25mm tall
78113 Chile Medal 1910 C entenary of the Navy Sailing Ship 28.00
Bronze, approx 41mm across, depicts Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, who reorganised the Chilean navy with British commanders, introducing British naval customs and, formally, English-speaking governance in their warships.
28508 Germany Hand Engraved Award Medal Cooking 1932 17.00
Brass, looped as made, approx 31mm across, "für hervor ragende leistungen auf demgebiet der koch kunst" (for outstanding services in the field of cookery).
80007 Czechoslovakia Silver Medal Nagano Olympics 1998 18.00
Silver, proof, approx 31mm across 13 grams
49289 England Edward I Dassier Roman Architecture 1730s UNC! 85.00
Made in Geneva by Jean Dassier c1730, an original struck in bronze, part of a series by subscription of English celebrities, great shape, approx 41mm across.

Edward I (17 June 1239 – 7 July 1307), also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots, was King of England from 1272 to 1307.
79679 England Medal Edward V by Dassier 1730s 26.00
Made in Geneva by Jean Dassier c1730, an original struck in bronze, approx 40mm across, part of a series by subscription of English kings, nice shape
43718 England Medal Richard II by Dassier Original 1730s 37.00
Made in Geneva by Jean Dassier c1730, an original struck in bronze, part of a series by subscription of English kings, nice shape, a bit dirty as shown (looks like wax that comes off if you pick it with your fingernail), approx 41mm across.

Richard II (6 January 1367 – c. 14 February 1400) was King of England, a member of the House of Plantagenet and the last of that house's main-line kings. He ruled from 1377 until he was deposed in 1399. Richard was a son of Edward, the Black Prince and was born during the reign of his grandfather, Edward III.
73101 Dog Show Silver Medal American Kennel Club c1900 80.00
Silver, approx 49mm across, awarded and engraved
73268 England George IV Coronation Medalette 1821 Scratches 7.00
Brass, approx 25mm across, fair amount of luster.
80083 England George V Coronation Medal 1911 BU 6.00
Brass, approx 23mm across
73191 England Historical Medal Houses of Parliament 1847 135.00
HANOVER. Victoria. 1837-1901. WM Medal (64mm, 105.60 g, 12h). Opening of the New Houses of Parliament. By J. Davis. Struck 1847. VICTORIA D : G : BRITANNIAR : REGINA F : D :, head left, wearing floral wreath; DAVIS on truncation of neck / View of the Houses of Parliament from the Thames; above, arm of balance in splendor, terminating in KING/LORDS-COMMONS; NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT/C. BARRY ESQ. ARCHT:/J. DAVIS BIRM:/MEDALLIST BY COMMAND TO H: R: H: PRINCE ALBERT in four lines in exergue. BHM 2292;
48054 England Medal 300th Anniversary Edward VI School Wyon 1850 99.00
Bronze, approx 42mm across, engraved by L.C. Wyon, for the 300th anniversary in 1850.
65175 England Medal John Hodgson Elected MP for Newcastle-on-Tyne 1830 15.00
Copper medal by T.W. Ingram, 57mm
75099 England Tower of London Sir Thomas More Medal 1977 7.00
Bronze, proof, approx 44mm across
75414 England Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal 1897 Holed 12.00
Gilt bronze, approx 26mm across, holed as issued
80252 England Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal 1897 Holed 6.00
Gilt bronze, approx 26mm across, holed as issued
65199 England William and Mary Death Medal for Mary 1684 20.00
William and Mary. 1689-1694. Æ medal. Approx 49 mm across. Death of Mary. By J. and N. Roettier. 1684. Draped bust of Mary right; MARIA II D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET HIB. REGINA around / NAT APR 30 • 1662 ,PR DEC • 28 1694 in four lines in center; SVBLATAM EX OCVLIS VÆRIMVS INVIDI around
75100 England Windsor Castle Bull of Clarence 1982 6.00
Bronze, proof, approx 44mm across
72101 England WWI British War Medal 1918 Highland Light Infantry 32.00
Silver, approx 36mm across, approx 29 grams, condition as shown, edge mark 38232 PTE. J. Simpson H.L.I.
71306 Great Britain Burrator Reservoir Medal 1898 38.00
24514 Great Britain Death of William Pitt 1806 by Webb 27.00
Eimer 975, bronze, approx 50mm across
74036 Great Britain George IV Death Medal 1830 48.00
White metal, struck, plain edge, no edge mark, Obverse: HIS MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY GEORGE IV -- Bust of George IV facing left, surrounded by legend. // Reverse: DIED AT WINDSOR CASTLE / JUNE 25 1830. / AGED 67. -- View of Windsor Castle as seen from the front, legend in exergue.
67311 Great Britain Hallmarked Silver Medal Truro Cathedral 1930 7.00
Silver, approx 18mm across, Vaughton & Sons, Birmingham
73192 Great Britain Historical Medal Brunel White Metal 44mm BHM 2080 48.00
Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, inventor, engineer, and architect. 1769-1849. WM Medal (43mm, 27.02 g, 12h). Completion of the River Thames Tunnel. By W. J. Davis. Dually-dated 1824 and 1842. SIR ISAMBART MARC BRUNEL, F · R · S · &c ·, bare head left / ROTHERHITHE/ENTRANCE, view of the twin tunnels; in four lines in exergue, THAMES TUNNEL 1200 FEET LONG/COMMENCED 1824 · COMPLETED 1842/76 FEET BELOW HIGH WATER/COST £450000. BHM 2080
73193 Great Britain Historical White Metal Wellington Statue 44mm BHM 2196 38.00
White Metal, approx 44mm across, The Wellington Statue at the New Royal Exchange, façade / statue (BHM 2196; JT 146p; Eimer, Wellington 124)
73194 Great Britain Historical White Metal Westminster Abbey 44mm BHM 2373 40.00
White Metal, approx 44mm across, 1840s: Westminster Abbey, façade / 21 line legend (BHM -; cf 2373)
32804 Great Britain Medal 1872 Battle of Hafrsfjord? 7.00
Bronze, approx 20mm across, millenium celebration in 1872 of something… not sure what, but I'm sure it's something
68818 Great Britain National Trust 25 Year Service Sterling 0.7500 ASW 24.00
Awarded for 25 years service to the National Trust, awarded to Eleanor J. Ford in 2009, hallmarked and engraved on the edge, sterling silver, approx 39mm across, the medal has been lightly cleaned
79906 Samuel Johnson Silver Medal 1984 Proof 34.00
Apepars to be silver, thought not marked as such, approx 44mm across, 34.2 grams, an English writer who made lasting contributions as a poet, playwright, & essayist
67308 Denmark Christian IX Death Medal 1888 6.00
Bronze, approx 18mm across
31860 Denmark Medal 400th Anniversary of Christianshavn 1918 7.00
Brass, approx 27mm across
55667 Serbia Medal c1900 Military? Civil Service? 19.99
Brass, aprpox 30mm across, removed from mount at top, not really sure what it is for, but of the style of c1900
80128 Burssels Universal Exposition Medal 1958 Sterling Silver Proof 22.00
Silver, plain edge, edge mark 925, approx 37mm across,
74698 Columbian Exposition 1893 Bronze 65mm 109.00
Listed as Rulau X12 in his book Discovering America. Obverse: Columbus and a robed female stride left on deck of his ship; a radiant star in the sky. Around: Chicago 21. Octbr. 1892./ Guanahani 12. Octbr. 1492. Reverse: (In Italian) Esposizione Universale / Chicago 1893 / In Memoria Dell Illustre / Navigatore / Cristoforo Colombo. With ornate rectangular cartouche, spread eagle above, exposition buildings below. XF, plain edge. Signed N. Fristrup, Inv. F. Schmahlfeld SC. V. Christesen.
74525 Columbian World's Fair Chicago 1893 Columbus Medal 75.00
Columbian World's Fair Bronze Medal. Eglit-55. Bronze, 49 mm. Obverse: half-length portrait of Columbus posed with a map within a wreath, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS / BORN 1456 DIES 1506 around. Reverse: two allegorical figures looking to the Exposition grounds, eagle with E PLURIBUS UNUM ribbon above, 1492 - 1892 / IV. CENTENNIAL in exergue below, SOUVENIR WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, U.S.A. 1892 - 1893. around.
60094 France Award Medal for Drawing Academy in Dijon by Monnier 1768 36.00
Bronze, approx 40mm acoss, plain edge, no edge mark, original strike, award medal for drawing engraved by Louis Gabriel Monnier, the medal was commissioned by M. Legouz -Gerland, member of the Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters in Dijon
42660 France Bronze Medal Napoleon III Visit Midi 1852 UNC 7.00
Bronze, UNC, looped as made, approx 23mm across, for the visit of 1852
57271 France Louis XVII Medusa Perseus Winged Horse 41mm 1694 by Mauger 125.00
Divo 259, bronze, approx 41mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, essentially UNC

Depicts Perseus on Pegasus with the head of Medusa
57273 France Louis XVII Neptune Opens Canal 41mm 1667 by Mauger 125.00
Divo 101, bronze, approx 41mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, UNC

Depicts the opening of the canal from the Garonne to the Port of Sète in 1667
57272 France Louis XVII Siege of Limbourg 41mm 1675 by Mauger 125.00
Divo 146, bronze, approx 41mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, UNC

Depicts the French victory after the siege of Limbourg in 1675
38713 France Medal 3rd Republic of 1870 4.00
Bronze, approx 23mm tall
38714 France Medal 3rd Republic of 1870 3.00
Bronze, approx 23mm tall
76088 France Medal Dominique Arago by Pierre-Jean David d’Angers 1832 55.00
Cast Bronze, approx 75mm across, by Pierre-Jean David d’Angers, of Dominique François Arago (1786–1856) the astronomer and secretary of the Academy of Sciences
57477 France Medal Mother and Child Art Nouveau The Kiss Ovide Yencesse 65.00
Bronze, approx 50mm across.
45143 France Medal Music Competition 1870 Nice UNC 5.00
Bronze medal, approx 23mm across, struck for the "concours d'orpheons & fanfares" (competition of choruses & bands) in Guyard in 1870.
38711 France Medal Revolution of 1848 Archbishop Denis Auguste Affre 5.00
Bronze, approx 24mm across, struck for Archbishop Denis Auguste Affre who died in the revolution of 1848, la bon pasteur donne sa vie pour les freris (the good shepherd gives her life for the brothers)
38710 France Medal Revolution of 1848 Archbishop Denis Auguste Affre 6.00
Silvered bronze, approx 24mm across, struck for Archbishop Denis Auguste Affre who died in the revolution of 1848, puisse mon sang etre le dernier verse (may my blood be the last to shed)
38708 France Medal Statue for Paul Rubens Artist 1840 6.00
Tin or white metal, approx 29mm across, struck for the dedication of a statue to Paul Rubens on the 200th anniversary of his death
56185 France Victor Hugo Grand Poete Francais c1890 8.00
Brass, approx 30mm across, loop removed at top
41245 Napoleon III Josephine Marriage Medal Gilt Bronze 1853 5.00
Gilt bronze, approx 23mm across, looped as made.
62144 Paul Martin de Draguignan Department du Var 10.00
Brass, approx 24mm across, holed as made, from the 1800s, no idea who this guy actually is, but the Paris Musuem has an exampleof this medal
Franklin Mint
78302 Franklin Mint Peace Medal 1976 Bronze Proof 5.00
Approx 38mm across
79964 East Germany Silver Chess Medal Emanuel Lasker 1968 13.00
Silver, aprpox 28mm across, Emanuel Lasker was a German chess player, mathematician, and philosopher who was World Chess Champion for 27 years, from 1894 to 1921, the longest reign of any officially recognised World Chess Champion in history
71307 Germany / Austria WW I Medal Art Nouveau 1915 48.00
Bronze, approx 49mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, obverse Head of a young male, head, bare, left, hair blowing right, with a hand holding a sword to the left. Lyre underneath, with tragedy and comedy masks either side Kunstfür Sorge 1914-15 (concern for art) / Der Menschheit Würdeistineure handgegeben, Bewahret sie!... (The dignity of mankind Is given in your hand, keep it!)
71312 Germany Bavarian Box Taler 1914-1916 Ludwig III WW I 90.00
Silver, approx 52mm across, Signed Richard Klein. Bust of Ludwig III left, rev arms of Bavaria. The medal separates into two pieces, it is missing the military scenes paper insert
65192 Germany Brunswick-Lüneburg Julius of Braunschweig 1528-1589 12.00
Copper, klippe, uniface, approx 52mm across, made proably 50 years ago, not old, HEINRICHSTETISCH COMMIS VND LONZEICHN, a modern production of a trade coin struck by Julius in the 1500s that I saw written up in a coin article published in Germany in 1855
65193 Germany Brunswick-Lüneburg Julius of Braunschweig 1528-1589 Eagle 12.00
Copper, klippe, uniface, approx 52mm across, made proably 50 years ago, not old, HEINRICHSTETISCH COMMIS VND LONZEICHN, a modern production of a trade coin struck by Julius in the 1500s that I saw written up in a coin article published in Germany in 1855
58852 Germany Medal Hans Sachs Silvered Bronze 41mm 18.00
Cast, possibly 1880-1920? Unsigned, depicts Hans Sachs (5 November 1494 – 19 January 1576), a German Meistersinger ("mastersinger"), poet, playwright, and shoemaker from Nuremberg
73480 Germany Silver Medal for the City of Aschaffenburg in Bavaria 1960s 13.00
Silver, approx 26mm across, maybe made in the 1960s?
34966 Germany Town of Schwerte Meeting Medal Clover Swastica 1935 20.00
Bronze, appears to be sand cast, approx 48mm across, not sure what it is, but labeled as "Schwerte" and the reverse shows the crossed swords emblem of the city. I can make out the words Muenz (coin) and tagung (meeting), but not sure about the rest
79630 Verdun WW1 1916 Official Award So-Called Dollar 26.00
Bronze, Paris Mint, approx 36mm across, marked bronze with a cornucopia on edge, "THEY SHALL NOT PASS" - the motto of Verdun, a town in the "front line" against German assaults - was the guiding epithet of all France, so resolved not to let history (the humiliatingly brief1870 Franco-Prussian War) repeat itself. This medal was awarded to numerous war heroes.
41027 Hungary Sports Medal Budapest Nude Gilt Bronze 1912 45.00
Bronze, gold plated, approx 42mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, not really sure what it is for, but the legend is Hungarian and it makes a reference to Budapest. An attractive item.
75689 India British Award Medal Sterling 1931 Baluchistan 24.00
Silver, approx 35mm tall, hallmarked sterling silver (Birmingham 1931, by Deakin & Francis)
71309 India Military Field Hockey Award Medal 1923 Royal Artillery 38.00
I believe it is silvered bronze, approx 44mm across, 49 grams, awarded to Lieutenant M. Duke, 105th Artillery Battery
73386 Egypt Turkey Medal for War c1900 11.00
Bronze, aprpox 27mm across, removed from loop at top, reeded edge like a coin, not sure what it is for, looks to be from around 1880-1900
63922 Israel Medal Genesis Angel 15.00
Bronze, 51MM, original box, angel struggling with Jacob superimposed over the number 27. The REV has the State of Israel emblem and GEN 32:29 "Thy name shall be called…Israel."
71315 Italy Exposition Award Medal Geneva 1914 70.00
Gilt Bronze, approx 56mm across
78819 Italy General Garabaldi Italian Independence Medal 1860 7.00
Brass, approx 15mm across, hold as issued.
64321 Italy Giambattista Bodoni Italian Typographer 1802 UNC Rim Nick 45.00
Bronze, approx 50mm across, UNC but a rim bump as shown, by Manfredini, Giovani Battista Bodoni (1740-1813) was an Italian typographer, type-designer, compositor, printer and publisher in Parma.
61971 Italy Milan Bronze Medal Beatrice d'Este Renaissance Style 8.00
Bronze, approx 30mm across, medal for Beatrice d'Este, princess of Milan and wife of Ludovico Sforza, probably struck less than 50 years ago
62068 Italy Military Reward Medal Philip II of Spain 1556 Aftercast 14.00
White metal, cast, approx 40mm across, Philip II of Spain and King of England, Military Reward, 1556, by Gianpaolo Poggini, (c.1518-1580), bearded bust left, wearing armour and small ruff collar, PHILIPPVS DG HISPANIARVM ET ANGLIÆ REX, rev., a pelican pecks her breast to feed her young with her blood, tablet below inscribed, D PRO LEGE REGE ET GREGE, within ornamental border
32531 Italy Palermo Botanic Garden Medal 40mm 1895 30.00
Silvered bronze, 40mm, for the 1st centennial of it's opening
74253 Italy XII National Alpine Meeting Genoa 1931 by Baroni ex mount 14.00
Bronze, approx 36mm across, made for the twelfth National Gathering of the Alpine troops in Genoa, Alpine troop / II ANNVAL ADVNATA OF 10 ° ALPINI = • GENOA XX APRIL 1931 • IX • lighthouse of Genoa with omet
79479 Japan China Incident War Medal 1937-1945 10.00
Bronze, approx 30mm acrss, the China Incident Medal was created by Imperial Edit No. 496 on July 27, 1939; and was awarded for service in China at any time from the 12th through the 20th years of the Showa period (1937–1945)
77453 Cornerstone Lodge Portland Maine Buiding Fund c1930 5.00
Copper Nickel, approx 35mm across
45243 I.O.O.F. Convention Medal 1920 Boston 16.00
Gilt white metal, approx 3.3 inches tall, nice design
74956 I.O.O.F. Convention Medal Portland ME 1907 24.00
Approx 4 inches tall, for Canton Lodge #9 in Augusta ME
69176 I.O.O.F. Member Medal Handshake 6.00
Copper nickel, approx 35mm across, International Oder of Odd Fellows.
77799 IOOF Grand Lodge Medal Canton Ridgely Maine 1898 12.00
Approx 120mm tall, convention September20-21 1898
77798 IOOF Medal Augusta Maine 1902 Encampment 10.00
Approx 120mm tall, convention October 21 1902.
54544 Knights Templar Medal Engraved Skull Cross Bones De Witt Clinton 1896 18.00
About 3 inches tall, held together with a string, looks like gilt bronze, engraved with a sailing ship and skull and cross bones. Seems to be from a conclave held June 24-25 1896.
77791 Knights Templars Boston Commandery Convention 1904 Bean Pot 15.00
Copper, approx 56mm tall, from the convention in San Francisco in 1904
74953 Knights Templars Convention Medal Rumford ME 1908 24.00
Approx 3.5 inches tall, from Dunlap Commandery #5 in Bath Maine hosting a visit from Lesiston Commandery #7 at a convention in Rumford ME in 1908
77792 Knights Templars Golden Gate Commandery #16 San Francisco 15.00
Appears to be gilt bronze, approx 58mm tall
77794 Knights Templars Portland Maine Commandery 1904 San Francisco 20.00
Appears to be gilt bronze, approx 68mm tall, for the 1904 San Francisco convention
77797 Knights Templars Trinity (Augusta ME) & Dunlap (Bath ME) Commandery 12.00
Approx 120mm tall, convention June 22-23 1900
77796 Knights Templars Trinity Commandery Manchester NH 1904 16.00
Approx 90mm tall
76132 Masonic Grand Lodge of Maine 50 Year Sterling Silver Medal 1945 35.00
Aprpox 55mm tall, engraved, Medallic Art company, approx 1 tro ounce
77457 Masonic Medal Hillsboro Texas (?) 1970 5.00
Brass, approx 32mm across
77459 Masonic Penny Grand Lodge of CT 1939 7.00
Copper, approx 32mm across
77458 Masonic Penny Mount Hayes Berlin NH 10.00
Copper, approx 32mm across
60452 Masonic Rising Sun Lodge Eastwood District 1878 16.00
Brass, approx 20mm across
55070 Shriner Convention LA 1907 Murat Temple Indianapolis 24.00
#5 Approx 2.8 inches tall
68014 Mexico Medal 1910 Beer Cervecera Toluca & Mexico 21.00
White metal, approx 40mm across
76755 Japan Order of the Rising Sun Medal 8th Class Sterling Silver w/ Case 35.00
In silver, measuring 31 mm (w) x 28.5 mm (h), on its original ribbon with hook and eye. In its hardshelled case of issue, balsa wood frame, black lacquer finish, gilt characters on the lid, recessed medal bed. The Order of the Rising Sun is a Japanese order, established in 1875 by Emperor Meiji of Japan. The Order was the first national decoration awarded by the Japanese government, created on April 10, 1875 by decree of the Council of State. The badge features rays of sunlight from the rising sun. The design of the Rising Sun symbolizes energy as powerful as the rising sun in parallel with the ""rising sun"" concept of Japan (""Land of the Rising Sun"")
80751 US Army 35th Infantry Division Reunion Medal 7.00
Brass, approx 35mm tall, american expeditionary forces, the 35th Division was organized 25 August 1917, at Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma, as a unit of the National Guard, with troops from Missouri and Kansas. It was inactivated in 1919, but the division headquarters was reconstituted in 1935 and it served with a brief interruption until it was inactivated again in 1963.
74041 US Military Medal Marksman Sharpshooter Tiffany & Company 28.00
Bronze, approx 90mm tall
73460 US Women's Relief Corp Medal 1883 13.00
Copper, approx 29mm across, Woman's Relief Corps (WRC) is a charitable organization in the United States, originally founded as the official women's auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in 1883
56414 Belgium Music Medal 1872 UNC 5.00
Brass, approx 23mm across
71314 Netherlands Silver Medal 1887 Industry and Science Award Medal Gent 60.00
Silver, approx 46mm across, engraved and awarded
79565 Netherlands Sivler United Nations Medal Tulips Proof 10.00
Silver, approx 35mm across
65197 Olympics 1984 Los Angeles Medal Australia 9.00
Copepr nickel, approx 30mm across
78956 Olympics 1984 Los Angeles Medal Los Angeles Nude Relay Race Silver? 26.00
I believe this to be silver (but not marked as such), 27 grams, 38mm across, nicely made, reeded edge
73269 France Napoleon Medal c1800 School for Mines at Mont Blanc CAST 24.00
Bramsen 471, Ess.1121, a base metal cast copy of the reverse of this medal that was once gilt. Old and unusual
76724 Martin Luther Medal 1868 Proof Like Luther Monument 85.00
White metal, approx 47mm across, Establishment of the Luther monument in Worms in 1868, Slg. Whiting# 742 ERINNERUNG A.D. ENTHÜLLUNG DES LUTHERDENKMALS ZU WORMS 1868. / HIER STEHE ICH.ICH KANN NICHT ANDERS GOTT HELFE MIR.AMEN. GOTT HELFE MIR.AMEN. 1868.
76725 Martin Luther Medal Silver Ducat 1817 Reformation 64.00
Whiting 606, silver, approx 22mm across,
59749 Peru 2nd Annual International Fair 1961 BU 9.00
Brass, approx 33mm across
77562 Peru Coin Made to Love Token Medal For a Death 5.00
Copper nickel 10 soles coin engraved as a memory to J. Urie
64468 Polish American Club Enameled Deputy Badge c1926 10.00
Gilt bronze, approx 120mm tall, from an organization associated with the Polish church in America, possibly Our Lady of Poland Roman Catholic Church in Southampton N, called St. Wojciecha Z.P.R.K. Wojciecha is the local name of Saint Albert of Prague
78586 Netherlands Medal Original 1742 War of the Austrian Succession 85.00
Brass or bronze, once giltm original, commemorates the war of the Austrian Succession 1741-1748. The medal is in Dutch, approx 42mm across, DE PRAGMATIQUE SANCTIE BELOOFT EN NOU VANMYN ERVELANDE BEROOFT, crowned figure of Maria Theresia seated to left, holding the infant Josef (later Emperor Josef II) in her hands, 1742 in exergue / EEDE EN VERBONDE GEBROOKEN ENT VUUR ALOMME AANGESTOOKEN, Cardinal Fleury, chief Minister of France, sitting at left and pointing on a map with a staff, and to his left Holy Roman emperor Charles VII Albert, King August III of Poland, and King Frederick II of Prussia, each pointing to areas on the map that they think they are entitled to and are marked in abbreviation on the map: "SILES" (Silesia), "SAX" (Saxony), "BOHEME" (Bohemia), "BYR" (Bavaria), "OOSTENE" (Austria), AND "BAV". Slg. Julius 1711.
67312 Greece Baptismal Medal 5.00
Brass, approx 25mm across
64965 Greece Baptismal Medal 1800s Pierced St. John Jesus Mary Joseph 4.00
Copper, pierced, approx 17mm across
70959 Greece Baptismal Medal Old 5.00
Brass, approx 22mm across
77436 Italy Papal Medal Pius IX 1867 Satin Peter and Paul 12.00
Bronze, approx 38mm tall, looped as made
74247 Italy Papal Medal Pius X An XI = 1914 Silver Original Toning 195.00
Montenegro 22, Rinaldi 108, silver, approx 44mm across, by Bianchi, PIVS X PONT MAX ANNO XI / ALVMNIS SACRI ORDINIS AD VETEREM KLERI ROM GLOR EDVCENDIS, depicts Roman Seminary
54671 Italy Religious Medal 1700s Saint Peter Virgin Mary Lovely Bronze 65.00
Bronze, original, lovely patina, approx 34mm across
78555 Italy Vatican Papal Medal 1953-1963 Madonna 10.00
68941 Papal Medal Holy Year 1950 Pope Pus XII 6.00
Probalby silvered bronze, approx 23mm across
36590 Pope Saint John Paul II Our Lady of Czestochowa Medellian 4.00
Silver plated, approx 36mm across
64692 Religious Medal Old Jesus Mary Angels 12.00
Brass, appears old and cast, approx 28mm across
64693 Religious Medal Old Saint Bernadette Lourdes 8.00
Brass, approx 19mm across
46923 Spain Jesuit Medal c1750 Saint Venantius of Camerino 19.99
Bronze, approx 21mm across, cast as issued, original medal made around 1750AD, probably Spanish or French. Depicts Saint Venantius of Camerino.

Venantius of Camerino (San Venanzio) (died 18 May 251 or 253) is the patron saint of Camerino, Italy. Christian tradition holds that he was a 15-year old who was tortured, and martyred by decapitation at Camerino during the persecutions of Decius. Martyred with him were 10 other Christians, including the priest Porphyrius, Venantius' tutor, and Leontius, bishop of Camerino.
39164 Vatican Medal Pope Leo XII Jubilee Year 1826 10.00
White Metal, approx 24mm across
71295 Soviet Order of Maternal Glory 3rd Class c1944 40.00
A Soviet civilian award commemorating mothers with a substantial number of children, created on 8 July 1944 by Joseph Stalin. The 3rd class medal was for mothers mothers bearing and raising seven children
75608 Switzerland Archery Shooting Medal Chur 1842 UNC 29.00
Brass, approx 19mm across
So Called Dollar
77452 Boston Evacuation Day 1901 So Called Dollar HK-131 12.00
Bronze, approx 38mm across.
43009 Century 21 Expo Medal Seattle Washington 1962 5.00
Brass souvenir medal, 1.324 inches diameter (33.6 mm). Obverse: Century 21 Expostion Seattle, Washington USA 1962. Reverse: United States Commemorative Medal - Space Age World's Fair.
69550 Spain Festival of Barcelona 1902 Gilt Bronze 8.00
Gilt Bronze, approx 28mm across
74759 Crew Rowing Medal Silver 1898 Rudern Verband Regatta 46.00
Silver, looped as issued, approx 34mm across, awarded and engraved, "Hip Hip Hurray" on one side engraved Amateur Rudern Verband v 1898 Regatta 10.19.98 1st Preis
76722 German American Sports Club 1891 Medal 1930s Boxing 22.00
Sivler plateted bronze, approx 62mm x 42mm, the DASV (German American Marksmanship Club/Deutsch-Amerikanische Schießverbund) was founded in
76723 German American Sports Club 1891 Medal 1934 22.00
Gilt bronze, approx 62mm x 42mm, the DASV (German American Marksmanship Club/Deutsch-Amerikanische Schießverbund) was founded in
76127 International Snow Shoe Convention Lewiston ME 1929 24.00
Brass, approx 90mm tall, A souvenir in the shape of a snowshoe of the Convention Internationale Raquetteurs held in Lewiston-Auburn Feb. 2-3, 1929. The snowshoe club movement in the United States began in Lewiston through the efforts of Jean-Philippe Gagne.
79029 Netherlands Skittle Club 25th Anniversary Medal 1912 26.00
Silvered bronze, approx 32mm across
76144 NY Giants Superbowl Ring Medal 6.00
Approx 45mm across
76137 Silver Enameled Medal 100 Yard Dash 1930 26.00
Sterling silver, for discus throw. Approx 32mm tall
78459 Super Bowl 36 Champions solid bronze medallion New England Patriots 38.00
Postage for this item will be based on actual postage costs
37333 US UK 1800s Horse Jumping Medal 4.00
Brass, holed as issued, approx 21mm across, looks to be from the 1800s
76448 Sweden Medal 1740s Regents of Sweden Series King Charles VII 29.00
Copper medal, approx 33mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, #20 of a series of medals of Swedish kings made in the 1740s by D. Fehrman.

Charles VII or Carl, was ruler of Götaland, and then King of Sweden from c. 1161 to 1167, when he was assassinated in a military attack by Knut Eriksson who succeeded him as Canute I.
76449 Sweden Medal 1740s Regents of Sweden Series King Cnut I 29.00
Copper medal, approx 33mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, #21 of a series of medals of Swedish kings made in the 1740s by D. Fehrman

Canute I was king of Sweden from 1173 to 1195 (rival king since 1167). He was a son of King Eric the Saint and Queen Christina, who was a granddaughter of the Swedish king Inge the Elder.
76446 Sweden Medal 1740s Regents of Sweden Series King Eric IX "The Holy" 29.00
Copper medal, approx 33mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, #18 of a series of medals of Swedish kings made in the 1740s by D. Fehrman.

Eric IX, also called Eric the Holy, Saint Eric, and Eric the Lawgiver, was a Swedish king in the 12th century, c. 1156–1160. The Roman Martyrology of the Catholic Church names him as a saint memorialized on 18 May. He was the founder of the House of Eric, which ruled Sweden with interruptions from c. 1156 to 1250.
76447 Sweden Medal 1740s Regents of Sweden Series King Magnus Henriksson 29.00
Copper medal, approx 33mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, #19 of a series of medals of Swedish kings made in the 1740s by D. Fehrman.

Magnus Henriksson (c. 1130 – 1161) was a Danish lord and king of Sweden between 1160 and 1161. agnus was a claimant to the throne of Sweden, which was much-contested at the time. In 1156 he allegedly bribed a trusted servant of King Sverker I to assassinate him.
76450 Sweden Medal 1740s Regents of Sweden Series King Sverker 29.00
Copper medal, approx 33mm across, plain edge, no edge mark, #22 of a series of medals of Swedish kings made in the 1740s by D. Fehrman.

Sverker I or Sverker the Elder, murdered 25 December 1156, was King of Sweden from about 1132 till his death. Of non-royal descent, he founded the House of Sverker, the rulers of which alternated with the rival House of Eric over the next century.
28702 Sweden Medal Adolf Hedin Silver 1947 Tone 45mm XF 44.00
Silver, approx 45mm across, plain edge, marked silver 1947 on edge, engraved by Eric Lindberg of Nobel Prize Medal fame.

Sven Adolf Hedin (23 April 1834 – 20 September 1905) was a Swedish newspaper publisher, writer and politician. He was known for his advocacy for democratic and social reforms. In 1870 Hedin was elected a member of the lower house of the Swedish parliament. He continued as a Member of Parliament until his death, with the exception for the years 1874 to 1876 (when he was editor of Aftonbladet) and 1888.
30894 Sweden Medal Jacob Albrecht Lantingshausen 1765 Old Aftercast 24.00
Brass, approx 52mm across, nicely made, Governor of Stockholm
65194 Sweden Vasa Ship Museum Opening Medal 1961 9.00
Copper, approx 46mm across, with booklet, struck for the opening of the museum for the ship Vasa that sank in 1628, was salvaged in 1957, and for the opening of the museum in 1961
44931 Uruguay Medal Julio Herrera y Obes 1893 13.00
Appears to be silver but is not marked as such, approx 28mm across, nice AU, looped as made.

Julio Herrera y Obes (Nairobi , January 9 of 1841 - ditto, August 6 of 1912 ) was a political and constitutional president of Uruguay between 1890 and 1894.
72659 Canada United Nations International Cooperation Year 1965 8.00
Bronze, approx 41mm across, The United Nations has designated 1965 as International Cooperation Year as a means of emphasizing cooperative programs and activities throughout the world.
68877 Carl Trumbull Hayden Retirement Medal 1969 5.00
Copper nickel, approx 40mm across, American politician and the first United States Senator to serve seven terms. Serving as Arizona's first Representative for eight terms before entering the Senate, Hayden set the record for longest-serving member of the
67668 Cathedral Church Of St. John The Divine New York Souvenir Medal 4.00
Brass, approx 32mm across
36610 Cathedral Church Of St. John The Divine New York Souvenir Medal 5.00
Brass, approx 32mm across
73742 Colorodo Centennial 1976 Medal Silver Denver Mint 30.00
Silver, approx 35mm across
74031 Ford 50 Year Medal 1903-1953 Henry Edsel 29.00
Medallic Art Company NYC on edge, bronze, approx 77mm across
69621 Frederick Maryland Jub Bridge Memorial Souvenir 1/2 Dollar 1965 5.00
Brass, approx 34mm across
77451 Lucky Lindberg 1927 New York to Paris Non-stop Flight 5.00
Brass, approx 32mm across.
65201 Lucky Penny 1898 Indian Head US Capitol 20.00
Copper, approx 78mm across, thick and heavy
79375 Mississippi River Parkway Foundation Silver Proof Medallion 28.00
.999 Silver, 28.6 grams, approx 40mm across, issued in 1970 to commemorate the Mississippi River Parkway, Great River Road from Canada to the Gulf.
73392 Perry 150 Year Celebration 1963 Good For 50 Cents Erie PA 7.00
Brass, approx 34mm across
77404 Popes Creek Plantation George Washington Birthplace 1932 10.00
Brass, approx 32mm across, The monument (referring to the house, property and memorial complex) and its preceding plantation, which eventually would be called Wakefield, are located at the confluence of Popes Creek and the larger Potomac River, and is representative of 18th-century Virginia tobacco plantations
76140 Presidential Bronze Medal Calvin Coolidge US Mint 4.00
Bronze, approx 34mm across, by the US Mint from the 1980s I assume
76142 Presidential Bronze Medal Richard Nixon US Mint 4.00
Bronze, approx 34mm across, by the US Mint from the 1980s I assume
69169 U.S. Medal Union Pacific Railrowad Alcoa 1934 6.00
Aluminum, approx 32mm across
70475 United Nations 25th Anniversary Peace Medal 1970 Ounce Sterling Silver 28.00
Approx 39mm across, 1 ounce sterling
71304 US 1909 Hudson Fulton Medal Aluminum 52mm 48.00
This 1909 medal was struck by the American Numismatic Society as the official medal for the Hudson-Fulton celebration. It was designed by E. Fuchs in a low-relief style typical of the period. The obverse commemorates the centenary of steamboat navigation on the Hudson (that's Robert Fulton in the cartouche above the seated ladies). The reverse commemorates the 300th anniversay of the discovery of the Hudson by Hendrik Hudson (that's him on deck, center).
69175 US Benjamin Franklin Memorial Souvenir Token 1930 5.00
TC# 166852, ronze, approx 19mm across
69170 US Elks Club Medal 1965 Mardi Gras Jackson Square 5.00
Aluminum, approx 39mm across
38715 US Medal Centennial 1884 Methodist Episcopal Church 22.00
Gilt bronze, approx 35mm across, holed as issued, depicts Francis Asbury, the “Father of American Methodism” and Matthew Simpson, an American bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1852 and based mostly in Philadelphia
77446 US Medal Indian Head Goldbreacht Dollar Eagle 4.00
Copper nickel, approx 34mm across
77443 US Medal Massachusetts Bay Tercentenary Souvenir 1930 7.00
Brass, approx 32mm across
80750 US Medal Ronald Regan 39mm 5.00
77445 US Medal Sons of Liberty Bicentennial 1972 5.00
Brass, approx 38mm across
77444 US Medal Vermont Bicentennial 1977 5.00
Brass, approx 38mm across
69558 US Mint Medal Philadelphia Lord's Prayer 1832 7.00
Gilt Bronze, approx 14mm across
74673 US Plymouth Landing 1620-1970 Medal 69mm 28.00
Silvered bronze, approx 69mm across, marked Reed & Barton on edge, with original packaging
76154 US Pony Express Diamond Jubilee Oregon Trail 1935 BU 11.00
Copper nickelWhitehead & Hoag BU
75093 US Thomas Edison Medal 52mm 8.00
White metal, approx 52mm across
76160 US Veterans Medal WW II Iwo Jima 5.00
Bronze, approx 40mm across
79682 Washington Oath of Allegiance Medal 1861 Modern 12.00
Julian CM-2, Baker 279A, Bronze, approx 30mm, a more modern restrike by the US Mint. This medal was orignally struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1861 after the defection by the New Orleans Mint employees of that year to join with the South during the beginning months of the Civil War. Apparently Mint Director James Pollack believed that taking an oath would dispel and southern sympathizers, and had Paquet engrave the dies with the obverse showing Washington's bust facing right, with the words The Constitution is Sacredly Obligatory on All". On the reverse a laurel wreath surrounds "U. S. Mint. / Oath of Allegiance Taken by the Officers and Workmen / Sept 2, 1861 / Jas. Pollock Dir."
73389 White House / US Capitol Medal c1960 (?) 5.00
Brass, approx 29mm across
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