Australian Historical Medals

  PrevNext  

This lot is not illustrated.

Lot 632    SESSION 3 (2.30PM TUESDAY 17TH APRIL)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $250
SOLD $250

A GROUP OF HANDCRAFTED GOLD FOBS, (all 9ct, total weight 13.1g) including tennis (29x30mm) inscribed on reverse 'Tennis Trophy/Prestd by/J.Baker Esq/Won by/Mrs Johnson/Temora/18.11.0?'; NBTC (32x32mm) inscribed on reverse 'Tennis Tournament/1911/R.Temple/Winner'; IOOF, voided (28mm) uninscribed; map of Australia within circular frame (26mm) 'Australia' across map; Advance Australia, coat of arms on map of Australia within circular frame (26mm). Fine - very fine. (5)

Estimate / sale price does not include buyer's premium (currently 19.25% including GST) which is added to hammer price. All bids are executed on the understanding that the Terms & Conditions of sale have been read and accepted. For information on grading and estimates please refer to the Buying at Auction advice.

Quick find

View a lot by number and sale.

Adjacent lots

  • Lot 630  

    MELBOURNE METROPOLITAN FIRE BRIGADE, Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in bronze with 30 Years ...

    Estimate $200

  • Lot 631  

    NEW SOUTH WALES UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, undated (pre 1910), prize medal in bronze (52mm), by ...

    Estimate $100

  • Lot 632   This lot

    A GROUP OF HANDCRAFTED GOLD FOBS, (all 9ct, total weight 13.1g) including tennis (29x30mm) inscribed ...

    Estimate $250

  • Lot 633  

    VICTORIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION, United Service Challenge Shield, 1911, in silver (85x55mm), hallmarked for London 1911 ...

    Estimate $200

  • Lot 634  

    ROWING, handcrafted fob in gold (9ct, 4.7g, 28x30mm) inscribed on reverse 'W.B.R.C./Regatta 1911/Steindl Cup/Fours/S.Alston/No 2'; ...

    Estimate $130