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Lot 61721
Twenty-Two Science and Industry-Related Bronze, Silver, and 14K Gold Medallions, late 19th-early 20th centuries
3 inches diameter (7.6 cm) (largest)
46 grams (14K medal)

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MR. KENNETH W. DAVIS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS Lot including but not limited to 1936 14K gold medal from the National Oratorical Contest on the Constitution of the United States awarded by the New York Times, 1919 Peace of Versailles American Numismatic Society table medal (edge struck 64, weight 106 grams), French Jeanne D'Arc silver plaque (66 grams), 1893 bronze Columbian Exposition medal awarded to Aug. A. Devoe, Luzern silver shooting medal (38 grams), Lucien Coudray silver medal with battlefield motif (142 grams), 1862 London International Exhibition medal awarded to W.D. Andrews, Class VIII, and others.

Condition

Noticeable rubbing and scratching to Versailles medal, other errant nicking and scratching, with wear commensurate with age and use.

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61721: Twenty-Two Science and Industry-Related Bronze,

Estimate $800 - $1,200Dec 9, 2017
Dallas, TX, USA
Auction Curated By:
Rachel Weathers
Consignment Director of Fine & Decorative Arts
Karen Rigdon
Director Decorative Art & Design, Silver & Vertu