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Lot 1498    Session 6 (9:30am Wednesday 1st August)    British Historical Medals

Estimate $200
SOLD $300

ABOLITION OF SLAVERY, Coronation of William IV, 1831, in white metal (46mm), obverse, Conjoined busts, reverse, Coronation scene showing negro with broken chains, (BHM 1501); William Carey, Baptist Missionary 1841, in white metal (44mm), by Davis, obverse, facing bust, reverse, legend including abolition of slavery 1838, (Eimer 1361, BHM 2027, RRR); Jubilee of London Missionary Society, 1844, in white metal (45mm), by Davis, obverse, shows people of different nationalities including a freed slave with broken chains, reverse, legend, (Eimer 1388, BHM 2168, RR). Good very fine and several rare. (3)

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