Lot 364

Lot of World Medals, Two Silver.

Estimate: $100 - $200

Bid Increments

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$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. Germany 1915 Crown Princess Cecile by Robert Kuchler. Bronze 2. Dr. Sigaud Professor of Clinique Chirurgicale. Hosipal Civil De Grenoble. Bronze. 3. Bronze of Professor A. Lacassagne1880-1913 by A Inyalbart ?. 1913. 4. French Unknown Soldier1914-1918 by Benard. 5. Henri Hallopeau Academy of Medicine.by J.C. Chaplain. 6. Women during War. by H. Allouard 1918. Bronze 7. German 1845 Jacobus Berzelius by P.H. Lundgren Listed in Brettauer. 8. France Napoleon III empereur by Chaeaud, Convallescents. 1857. 9. Republic of France by H. Ponscarme vaccine and Hygiene 10. Hanbury Memorial Prize. Pictured Alexandra Queen and Empress. The homes for LIttle Boys Farningham & Swanley Kent Incorporated.by Allan Wyon. 11. 1852 Belgium Louis Joseph Seutin by Wiener 12. 150th Anniversary Bestand des Kranken Institutes. 1745-1895.by FX Pawlix Fec. 13. Great Britain Conolly Norman M.P. 1853-1908 by Vivier Sheppard. 14. Gadient Engi , Chiscal Industry in Basel 1904-1929.encased in frame viewable on both sides. 15. Dr. Ferdinand C. Valentine 1851-1909 - for The New York Academy of Medicine, Awarded to John P. Merrill M.D. 1970.in case 16. Dr. Berillon Psychotherapy 1929 by P. Lenoir. In case, 17. France 1930, Professor V. Balthazard by Anie Mouroux 1930.Confederation of French Medical Syndicates.in case. 18. France 1865. Visit of Napoleon III to Empress Eugenie to Hospitals. by E. Laurent Scupt. 19 Lud. XVI Rex Christianiss by Duvivier. 1786. 1861-1936 Dr. Albert Marcais Founder of the Homeopathic COMPLEX. 20. France 1917-1918.Scene of war, soldier in forefront running.by M. Lordonnois 1919. 21. WWI small medals given to people who made charitable contributions during WWI. For the amounts $10, $100, $100. 22. One medal and two plaquettes, a. Orphans of the war. by Paul Dubois. Bronze. b. Two silver plaquettes. Protection of Children by P. Theunis and Commission of Infants by Victor Rousseau. Total weight: 6.440 ozt. Plaque of 3 medals H 9-7/8" W 4". Smallest H 1-1/4". Copy and paste this link for a high-res image: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/x3nkrpbcz49461a/AABtHb45EgdaiW2E_OljCKd-a?dl=0

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