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Edwardian 9ct gold fob medallion hallmarked Birmingham 1906, with presentation engraving to back, 5.5 grams approx

Ten silver fob medallions. All sterling silver antique medallion fobs, five of round shape, four of shield shape and one oval, all detailed with inscriptions & Hallmarks, four further detailed by enamel work

A silver shield fob medallion with applied gold cartouche; Birmingham, 1913.

An Edward VII silver fob chain, shield medallion with vacant cartouche; Thomas Fattorini, Birmingham, 1906. Weight 47.5g.

Three 9ct gold shield fob medallions 'Sunlight cup', Nsfa 1920 and Nswfa 1917. (3) total weight: 17.6g.

A silver fob chain, T-bar, gilded shield medallion, vacant cartouche; Herbert Bushell & Son Ltd, Birmingham, 1928. Weight 43.3g.

Two 9ct gold shield fob medallions 'Balmain Fernleigh' and 'Gardiner cup'. (2) total weight 14.6g.

A Victorian silver fob medallion, 'Newington College, 1886'.

9ct rose gold fob medal on plated chain, gold medal approx 3 grams

Victorian 9ct gold fob medallion, hallmarked Birmingham 1900, maker Rolason Brothers, 3.6 cm high, 7.0 grams approx, together with a rope link necklace

Two gold fobs, one a Ballarat Painters Union fob dated 1932 by Willis, Melbourne, the other football medallion dated 1928 by Aronson and Co, Melbourne, both stamped 9ct, weight 12.5 grams

Antique 9ct gold fob medallion & T bar stamped 9ct, 8.4 grams

A 9ct gold shield fob medallion; W.J.Dingley, Birmingham 1918. Wt 9.4g

Six sterling silver fob medallions, various English hallmarks

An Australian 9ct gold shield fob medallion depicting a batsman taking guard, Willis, Sydney. Wt 7.4g

Two silver fob medallions, marked sterling.silver. (2)

Two silver fob medallions, marked sterling.silver. (2)

Two silver fob medallions, marked sterling.silver. (2)

Knight of Malta, 9ct gold & enamel fob/medal with initials 'Brao' on front, engraved on reverse 'Presented to Sir Ian Grubb K.O.M., President, July-Dec 1958'. Weight 20.55 grams

United Commercial Travellers' Association of Australia, 9ct gold fob/medal, engraved on reverse 'J.Williams 24/3/56'. Weight 6.67 grams

9 ct Gold Fobs/Medals: 9ct gold fob/medal with initials 'Sb' on front, engraved on reverse 'State Sch. Burnley, Best Boy, Stanley Bendle, 1925'; 9ct gold fob/medal with initials 'Cp' on front, engraved on reverse 'T.F.B. McPhee Trophy, Won by C.Paton'. Tot

Cross Country Medals: 9ct gold fob/medals (2), engraved on reverse 'Dorne Cup, Fastest Time, 1953' & 'Dorne Cup, Fastest Time, 1954'. Total weight 7.14 grams. [The Dorne Cup is a NZ interclub cross country race]

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