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Jasperware plaque, in frame, made by Josiah Wedgwood, c.1790 - 'Am I Not a Man and a Brother?'. Abolition plaque.
Silver medal awarded to Arthur L. Hobbs for 6 years "Regular Attendance & Satisfactory Conduct". Issued by Bristol Education Committee. In a dark red box, with "Bristol Education Committee" written on the lid. Lined inside with blue velvet. On the under-side of the lid is written; "Vaughtons Ltd. Goldsmith & Medallists Birmingham".
School medal. Awarded to Florence Moss for 3 years regular attendance & satisfactory conduct. Issued by Bristol Education Committee. In red issue box inscribed "Bristol Education Committee" on the top of the lid, and "Vaughtons Ltd. Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Birmingham" inside. Base of lid is lined with blue velvet.
Commemorative medal, nickel silver struck for the City of Bristol, by the Tower Mint, December 1979. Jointly produced by the Lord Mayors office and the Museum shop.
2d copper token, pattern and legend on both faces, for Rennison's Grand Pleasure Bath Ladies' Private Bath & Fountain.
George Pine's 1914-18 Star medal. Copper coloured star medal with a pink, white and blue ribbon; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's 1914-1918 war medal. Gold medal with an angel on the front. Rainbow coloured ribbon; vertical lines. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's Allied Victory Medal 1918. Yellow and green ribbon; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's Territorial Efficiency Medal. Silver medal with a blue, white and orange medal; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 are mounted together on a large pin.
George Pine's Distinguished Conduct Medal. Red and blue ribbon; vertical stripes. Medals O.1619-O.1623 swing mounted on a large pin.
Coin. 8 maravedis of 1603 with various cmks. Segovia mint. Philip III (1598-1621).
Small coin. Edward II. Type 13. Shows a crowned head on one side & a cross with 3 circles inside each line of the cross on the other.
Small coin. Edward II. Type 13. Shows a crowned head on one side & a cross with 3 circles inside each line of the cross on the other. Small chips at the side.
Obverse: Bristol Eg. & Ind. Co-op Society. Â£1. H.Smith.. B(irmingham). Reverse: Plain, except for beaded rim.
Silver proprietor's pass number 26 for the Bristol Theatre Royal. Plain disc, engraved on both sides.
Medal commemorating the West of England and South Wales, Industrial Exhibition at Bristol, September 19th 1865.
Medal commemorating Bristol, West of England and South Wales Industrial Exhibition. September 19th 1865.
Coin. Picture of a castle on one side & a lion, or similar creature, on the other side. Ferdinand & Isabel, 1478-1504.
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