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Auction Description for Dix Noonan Webb: Coins, Paper Money, Tokens and Historical Medals
Viewing Notes:
28 November to 30 November: Strictly by appointment only
2 December to 6 December: Strictly by appointment only
7 December to 7 December: Public viewing, 10:00 to 17:00
9 December to 9 December: Public viewing, 10:00 to 17:00

Appointments to view: 020 7016 1700 or viewing@dnw.co.uk
Sale Notes:
Please note this is an online only auction. To bid please go to www.dnw.co.uk

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Coins, Paper Money, Tokens and Historical Medals (818 Lots)

by Dix Noonan Webb


818 lots | 814 with images

December 13, 2016

London, United Kingdom

IRISH HISTORICAL MEDALS FROM VARIOUS PROPERTIES

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Description: BRITISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, Irish Surplus Revenue Dispute, 1753, a copper medal, unsigned, Speaker [Henry Boyle] places Liberty cap on the head of Hibernia, attended by figures of Industry and Law, rev. legend, 44mm (MI II, 673/385; E 641). Obverse extremely fine, reverse very fine

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IRISH HISTORICAL MEDALS FROM VARIOUS PROPERTIES

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Description: BRITISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, Death of the Earl of Chesterfield, 1773, a copper medal by J. Kirk after I. Gosset, bewigged bust left, rev. Hibernia standing facing, holding cornucopia and harp, 37mm (BHM 181; E 748). About extremely fine, rare

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IRISH HISTORICAL MEDALS FROM VARIOUS PROPERTIES

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Description: BRITISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, Historical Society of the University of Dublin, a silver award medal, unsigned, standing robed female with lyre, rev. named (Alexander Marsden, for his Poem which he read to them on Wednesday the 6th of Feby. 1782), 53mm, 65.77g. Cleaned in the past, otherwise very fine, a very rare and early Irish academic award; with clip and ring for suspension

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IRISH HISTORICAL MEDALS FROM VARIOUS PROPERTIES

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Description: BRITISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, [Roscommon Farming Society], 1783, a copper medal by W. Woodhouse, from the landlord to his improving tenant, 43mm; Waterford Farming Society (Est. 1855), a white metal award medal by T. Ottley for C.N.B., un-named, 51mm (cf. DNW M5, 1220); Rathmines School, Dublin, Johnston Medal, a silver award, unsigned, named (Richard Albert Morgan), 52mm; Church of Ireland Temperance Society, a white metal medal by Keesey, Birmingham, 35mm [4]. Last very fine and with small piercing for suspension, others fine, first very rare

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IRISH HISTORICAL MEDALS FROM VARIOUS PROPERTIES

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Description: BRITISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, Thomas Ryder, 1786, a copper medal by W. Mossop, 43mm (BHM 242; E 820); Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 1800, a copper medal by J.G. Hancock and P. Kempson, 38mm (BHM 494; E 917; Frazer p.316); Skerry’s School of Shorthand Type Writing & Commercial Training, Dublin, a silver award medal by West, named (First Place in Half-Yearly Examination in Shorthand Dec. 1914, won by Ruby Harris), 32mm; North of Ireland Bands Association, Championship of Ireland, a silver badge, named (U.A.F.B. to W. McCartney, 1923), hallmarked jr Dublin 1923, 31 x 27mm; Irish Olympic Horse Society, a silver award medal for the Burton Hall Riding Estate, un-named, hallmarked tw Dublin 1966, 37mm; other Irish base metal medals (2) [7]. First good fine but edge knocked, rare, others very fine or better; fifth in red card case of issue

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