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9ct gold medallion for Dux (Stanmore) weight: approx 4.2 grams

Three Royal silver Jubilee commemorative dishes and a spoon Marking the Christening of Prince William of Wales, 1977 London, with makers' marks for Roberts & Dore, and Da-Mar Silverware, and 1982 London with maker's mark for Franklin Mint, the

9ct gold medal for 'Terrace bicycle open' marks rubbed, 3.3g

An early Australian 9ct yellow & rose gold medal by Aronson & Co, Melbourne, circa 1924, with engraved initials on the front and date on reverse., Wt 4.9grams

Two shield medals, one 9ct rose gold with a horses head the other silver gilt 'Trolly Draymen & Carters Union, 1911'. 9ct gold shiel... Two shield medals, one 9ct rose gold with a horses head the other silver gilt 'Trolly Draymen & Cart

Good hallmarked silver medallion, hallmarked Birmingham 1898

Good hallmarked silver medallion, hallmarked Chester

Good hallmarked silver medallion, hallmarked Birmingham 1934

Good hallmarked silver medallion, hallmarked Birmingham 1920

Hallmarked 9ct rose/yellow gold medallion, Masonic bowling trophy hallmarked Glasgow 1934, weight approx 7.1 grams, length: approx 5 cm including bale

Sydney N.S.W. International Exhibition 1879 bronze medallion (75mm) presented to 'W.Bennetts, First Award' in fitted box

Medallion: 'Melbourne & Hobsons Bay Railway Station Flinders Street' in bronze (51mm) by Stokes c.1914 for Alfred Chitty to commemorate the opening of the first steam railway, Melbourne to Sandridge 1854.

Large antique chameleon oval medallion, purchased Afghanistan circa 1960s, silver mount

1885 silver medal, Departure of NSW Troops for the Soudan

Queen Victoria 1897 jubilee Gigantic Wheel medal 3.9 cm diameter, a great Ferris Wheel was erected in Earls Court London as part of the Jubilee celebrations and the reverse refers to this structure

Australian Bicentennial Commemorative Medallion set, consisting of six silver medallions in a presentation box

French Napoleon III1867 Exposition Paris medal 5 cm diameter approx.

1933 British hard court Championships gold medal, 9ct gold medal, 'The Lawn Tennis hard court Championships of great Britain', engraved '1933, men's Doubles Champions, J.Crawford, D.P.Turnbull', in original case. (Jack Crawford's nu

1975 cricket world cup: silver medal, 'The Prudential cup/ Runners-up 1975', hall marked on reverse, in original presentation case. Ex Ross Edwards, who played 20 Tests & 9 ODIs 1972-75. [West Indies 291/8 defeated Australia 274 to win the inau

Toogod & Sons sterling silver medal, the Kings Seedsmen Championship medal, hallmarked 1927

Touring Club De France boxed medallion by R Delamarre, circa 1964, in original box

A 1938 Royal Hobart Centenary Regatta medal, a 1894 St David's Cathedral Consecrated Children's Festival medal and a Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company Limited insignia

Australian Bicentennial commemorative medallion, consisting of six silver medallions in a presentation box

A cased Wedgwood Sydney Cove medallion made from clay supplied from Sydney Cove, 1975. Limited edition 312/500, with certificate.

Antique French medallion from the city of Sceux, first prize for drawing 1882

An Australian 9ct yellow and rose gold medal by Aronson & Co, engraved detail with initials HRT, reverse engraved Presented to Lieut HR Townson by the residents of Broadford Dec 1919. Total weight 7.5grams.

An Australian 9ct yellow and rose gold medal by JM Dempster, Sydney, engraved filigree with initials EEMG, reverse engraved St Paul's Sunday school. Highest prize (girls) Edna EM Greenaway. 31st May 1911. Stamped JMD. Total weight 5.7grams.

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