Lot 332

Lot of 25 American Medals

Estimate: $200 - $400

Bid Increments

Price Bid Increment
$0 $25
$300 $50
$1,000 $100
$2,000 $200
$5,000 $500
$10,000 $1,000
$20,000 $2,000
$50,000 $5,000
$100,000 $10,000
$1,000,000 $50,000
1. 1865 Abraham Lincoln Inauguration Assassinated Medal by Morgan. 2. Benjamin Franklin Bifocal Sesquicentennial 1784-1934 copyright 1934 by Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. 3. 1853 New York, Exhibit of the Industry of all Nations. By Carstensen & Gildemeister Architects. 4. 1853 White metal, Building for the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations. The first Pillar was erected 1852 by Dowler Birm. 5. 1832 Seal Uniface with set pin on reverse. Boston Lying-In Hospital, Stork in center. 6. 1899 White metal, For the American Ladies Hospital Ship Fund- Boer War item in original case. S.S. Maine, Chairman Lady R. Churchill. 7. 1893 World's Hygenic Expo at Christopher Columbian World's Fair. Christopher Columbus portrait by Lemaire. 8. 1896-7 Obelisk shaped Medal in case. Saint Mungo's College Award Medal. Caduceus on reverse, Awarded on edge for Physics. 9. Large uniface signed. He Died for freedom and honor. Franklin Hulley. 10. White metal medal for Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia. Bishop Matthew Simpson, First President 1882. 11. 1905, Memorial medal, "to Nicholas Senn, the master surgeon. 12. 1961 Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Mines, Intl Contest, Charlestown, West Virginia. by Bertrand Nebel. 13. Unengraved Uniface Clarence Salsbury Medal established 1962. 14. 1969 Apollo II, Armstrong, Collins, Aldrin. Man's First Lunar Landing July 20-21 1969., by Medallic Art Co., NY 15. Mix of 9 medals from Hospitals; Met Life; Kettering Medical Center; Johns Hopkins 75th Anniv.; American Cancer Society, Iowa; NFDA New York City; Metal Casket Co; Childrens Hospital, Orthopedics; Charles Murphy Award-Cancer control; Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. 16. Shaped by three figures in bronze. Grand Street Boys Association, Inc. Incorporated 1920. Greetings on the opening of our Clubhouse 1924. 17. Hephaetus by Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Largest 6". Smallest 1-1/4". Copy and paste this link for a high-res image: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wkp7rmg9oprmhpe/6482372_1.jpg?dl=0

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