Commemorative Medals and Tokens
Victoria, Golden Jubilee, 1887, a gold medal by L.C. Wyon
Hammer Price: £7,500
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Recent commemorative medal highlights include a silver medal commemorating the Devon landing of William of Orange in 1688, a winner’s medal from the London Olympic Games in 1908 and a bronze medal celebrating Admiral Vernon’s capture of Porto Bello in 1739.
Important tokens have included a 17th century Butchers’ Guild halfpenny, a 1669 token used at London’s notorious Newgate prison and the largest copper coin ever to circulate in Great Britain, a sixpence of the Birmingham Workhouse, 1813.
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