Badges, Medals & Prizes

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A looted Napoleonic War Fork

Napoleonic Wars.
A Spanish thread edge Tablefork, circa 1800, marked by Zunzarren of San Sebastian, Spain, inscribed on the front 'Plunder of St. Sebastian 31st August 1813.' Engraved on the ...    Read more

Maker: ZUNZARREN (worked from c.1790)

£350.00

A Scottish Debating Society Badge.

The Pantheon Society.
A George III unmarked silver Medal,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£725.00

A George III Dining Club Badge.

An unmarked silver Dining Club Badge in the form of a miniature griddle, engraved with contemporary initials and the motto ‘Donum Amicitiae et Gloria Solomonis.’ Circa 1800. Suspension ring to ...    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£395.00

A George IV Horticultural Medal.

The Horticultural Society of London. A Medal wawarded to Mr. Thomas Gibbs    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM WYON (1795-1851)

£330.00

A 19th century Agricultural Medal

The Society for the Improvement of Agriculture. A Medal presented to Messrs. Gibbs and Co.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£165.00

A 19th century Agricultural Medal

The Society for the Improvement of Agriculture. A medal 'Presented to Messrs. Gibbs & Co. Seedsmen    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£165.00

A George IV Horticultural Medal.

The Horticultural Society of London. A medal depicting Joseph Banks, by W. Wyon.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM WYON (1795-1851)

£260.00

An Anglesey Hunt Badge

Anglesey Hunt. A commemorative hunt badge in the form of a frosted silver horn applied with a hound, London 1888, GC,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£570.00

A Ticket for Vauxhall Gardens

An oval ivory Vauxhall Gardens Ticket, engraved on one side "1808 Vauxhall Two", and on the other "Mr. Biven".    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£920.00

A Glasgow Mathematics Prize

A Prize for Mathematics from Glasgow University awarded by H. Blackman to John Alison MacFadyen, 1855.    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£40.00

A City of London Deputy's Badge.

A Victorian silver-gilt Badge for the Chairman of the City of London Lord Mayor's Committee, London 1842, John MacGregor.    Read more

Maker: JOHN MACGREGOR (worked 1817-c.1860)

£925.00

A Prize for Robert Peel.

Sir Robert Peel [1788-1850; Prime Minister 1835-6 and 1841-6].
A silver Prize Medal from Whalley Agriculture Society,    Read more

Maker: Unknown

£650.00

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