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Edward IV angel.
An angel gold coin from the reign of Edward IV, 1470-83. On the obverse the archangel St Michael is standing, facing the dragon which he pierces with...
Medal commemorating the centenary of the London Missionary Society, 1895.
A medal commemorating the centenary of the London Missionary Society, 1796-1895. The front shows a port quarter view of a full-rigged merchant ship...
Edward I halfpenny.
On the obverse of this silver coin there is a bust of the king. The legend reads 'EDW R ANGL DNS HYB'. On the reverse (shown above) there is a long...
Counter commemorating the London Riggers and Mariners Union.
A counter commemorating the London Riggers and Mariners Union. Obverse: A plain circle within a pearl border divided into four segments. Legend: THE...
A penny token commemorating Greenwich Hospital.
A penny token commemorating the Royal Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich. Obverse: View of Greenwich Hospital, inscription below. Legend: 'GREENWICH...
A Thames waterman’s gold medal.
At the Eastern Thames Regatta of 1902, MJ Mears won this gold medal together with a waterman’s coat and a silver arm badge, which are also in...
Medal commemorating the experimental voyage of the SS
from Bristol to London, 1845.
A medal commemorating the SS 'Great Britain's' experimental voyage from Bristol to London, 1845. The front of the medal shows a starboard broadside...
Medal commemorating the Mercers' Company.
The Mercers' Company is one of the oldest of the City Livery Companies. It originally comprised merchants, particularly textile merchants. On the...
The capture of London, AD 296.
A classical coin depicting the capture of London in AD296 by Constantius Chlorus. On the obverse there is a bust of Chlorus in armour and mantle. The...
The fleet of Allectus the Usurper.
A classical coin showing a galley from the fleet of Allectus the Usurper. On the obverse side of the coin is a bust of Allectus. The coin includes...
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