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.
Mini Royal Order of Vasa(Kungliga Vasaorden)knight approx 3.8 grams (18ct and gilt). White enamel ball-tipped Maltese cross with silver gilt Swedish crowns between the arms, on swivel crown suspension; the face with an oval central medallion bearing a go
9ct yellow gold West Australian Lodge no 118, WAC Masonic medal by S Middlewick,- Perth with original makers case. Engraved verso 'Presented to Wor. Bro. H.R. Crofts By the Brethren 15/10/14' & S. Middlewick 9ct. Height 12.5 cm. Weight 16.2grams
A boxed set of sterling silver Australian state medals, 1976, the Premiers edition of the Australian state medals commemorating the seventy-fifth anniversary of Australian Federation, each state medal bearing the respective coat of arms and notable symbols
A commemorative medallion on chain, the 18ct yellow gold curblink necklace hung with a 22ct gold medallion inscribed "50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN IN THE VALLEY OF THE KINGS AT THEBES, EGYPT BY HOWARD CARTER & LORD CARNARVON
A large handmade Persian Gabeh, in modulating orange and lemon shades with two red panelled sections with stylised figures and blue camels, to the centre a diamond shaped medallion comprising a border of camels. Length 343 cm. Width 292 cm
Ivory inlaid timber backed medallion of a Centaur and His Lover bound by silver plated banding and set upon on a silk lined backing. Condition fair, some restoration to the silver plate and losses to the timber. Diameter 10.5 cm
Irish Trinity College silver Language Award medals one inscribed 'The Provost and Senior Fellows of (Trinity College). Dub to James. G. Rynd Dec 1834. G.brown' to one side and 'For his proficiency in the French language' to the other side. Dublin, c1834, m
A collection of Australian badges, medals, Fobs, comprising of 13: Federated furniture trade Society Australasia. Commonwealth Jubilee Celebrations 1951, Participant. West Australian education silver medal 1904. Masonic club of Victoria 1942. Bowls clubs.
i) 9ct yellow gold, 1932 football Premiership medal engraved verso: 'Premiers C.F.C Pres. to C. Slade 1923'. maker: 'Willis & Co. 9ct'. Height 3.5 cm weight 3.5grams, ii) the football Association 1925 gilt medallion. Height 51mm, iii) NSW Rugby football Le
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