A solid 15k gold medal presented by the Nottingham City Golf Club to the Division I winner, F.G. Adams Sept. 1926... Marked 15
625 with the letter B along with the W.J.D mark for William James Dingley.Weight 7.5grams ~7/8" round
Ca 1910 A solid sterling medal with its original box and ribbon. Marked Sterling Dieges & Clust 25 John St. NY. Etched on the obverse is SHSAA vs HPHSAA, reverse, Hammer Throw. No date is noted and the box is slightly musty. The medal measures 1-1/4" round.
Very nicely done .999 silver memorial medal for Admiral Karl Donitz. Donitz passed away in 1980 and this medal was produced in 1981. The reverse of the medal commemorates the U-boat war specifically. The medal has not been removed from its wrapping but does have some toning to the bottom left obverse. Also comes with a 20 page autobiographical booklet on Donitz as well as a numbered certificate of authenticity. This COA is numbered 982.
A large bronze 3-D medal or paperweight that weighs 6.8ozs and measures 3" round. Marked COPYRIGHT Davison & Sons. Phila. it is inscribed on the back, "This medal was struck for the Grand Army of the Republic in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln".
Interesting antique firemen's medal dated October 4-5-6 1923. Very nice fireman artwork on the medallion portion. While fire medals are not particularly rare this one is also notable as it has the ribbon and cockade which are normally all long gone. As can be seen in the images the red ribbon has some damage and the MEMBER bar to the top of the ribbon needs a couple of stitches to reattach to the cockade...
Very nice named British Life Saving Medal. RLSS bar coincides with medal obverse that reads 'ROYAL LIFE SAVING SOCIETY ESTABLISHED 1891' and shows a sea rescue in process. The reverse reads 'AWARDED TO' and is engraved with the name 'M. S. COSSETT AUG 1926'. Around the edge of the obverse is Latin, probably the society slogan. The second bar is the date 1933, probably when the award was presented. Both bars are on the original ribbon which is usually long gone...
A heavy ornate gold filled medal with a raised papal emblem marked Pius X Mind Body Spirit. The back is stamped "Gold Filled September 1905"... Measures 1-1/4" round weight 12.3grams.
Silver Plated Shield Medal with 13 Stars and Stripes, c. 1876. Attributed to the Union League of Philadelphia. Nicely made wriggle work decoration. 3 inches x 1 3/4 inches.
Gilt Bronze Delegate Medal to Annual Fireman's Convention, 1935. Showing the Capitol Building with a fire hat dangling from the medal. Perfect condition. 2 1/8 inches x 1 7/8 inches.
American Gilt Bronze Fireman's Medal of Manor Hall, erected 1682. The medal is circa 1935. Made by C.G. Braxmar, 10 Maiden Lane, New York City. With a Phoenix rising out of flames at the top and other fireman's symbols. 3 inches x 2 1/8 inches.