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Paul J. Bosco

Coins and Medals

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TOPICAL MEDALS, ‘Ancient People’ to ‘Education’

TOPICAL MEDALS, ‘Engineering’ to ‘Nudes’

TOPICAL MEDALS, ‘Numismatics’ to ‘World War II’ – this page

 

Other Medals pages

For personal medals sorted by topic click here

For personal medals sorted by person click here

For historical medals by country click here

 

For art medals sorted by country and artist click here

 

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Topics of Medals in our Stock

 

 

Numismatics, see also the list for our forthcoming auction of medals relating to numismatics: http://www.pauljbosco.com/numismaticauction.htm ; and Nudes, Male and Female, above.

Mints

Numismatic artists

Numismatic organizations

France, Napoleon III, melting of bronze coins, by Dantzell, 1852, bronze, 67 mm., Superb Condition, $325.

Austria, 10th Anniversary of Vienna Numismatic Society, 1880,Josef Eckhel, President, by Anton Scharff, medal made from melted ancient coins, bronze, 34 mm., choice, $135.

See under Pigs for the 1893 Excursion of the Vienna Numismatic Club to Trautmannsdorf

Austria, Franz Josef, Visit to Medals Exhibit in Vienna, 1908 by Hujer, bronze, 68 mm., Superb Condition, $195.

Great Britain, Jutland Victory Medal by Walter Gilbert and Charles Wheeler, 1916, issued by the Royal Numismatic Society, bronze, 76 mm., Eimer 1950 (at £300), Choice Condition, $375.

Germany, Hugo Grunthal, numismatic dealer, father of Henry Grunthal, by Morin, 1929, bronze, 54 mm., spot on obverse near beard, $125.

United States, Henry Grunthal, curator at the American Numismatic Society, president of the New York Numismatic Club, specialist on medals of Richard Wagner, 85th birthday, 1990, by George Cuhaj (numismatic writer as well as medallic artist), silver, 85 mm. (289 grams = 10.2 ounces), $450.

Ocean Liners

Normandie, 1935, by Jean Vernon, bronze, 68 mm. With top and bottom of box of issue, $325; when available with whole box, $395.

R.M.S. Mauretania, 1939, made from metal from the old Mauretania, bronze, 32 mm., ribboned, a couple of light spots, else Mint Condition, $65.

 

Olympics. We have a page devoted to Olympic medals on our Art Deco Medals site, such as

Amsterdam 1928, IX Olympiad

Official participants medal. G.2, by Wienecke, bronze, 55 mm., $395.

 

Peace

Philately

International Philatelic Eposition, Paris, 1925, year of the great Paris Art Deco exposition, by Henry Cheffer, silver, 35 mm., $115.

Heinrich von Stephan, Exhibit of German postal stamps in Philadelphia, 1952, iron, 54 x 54 mm.

Photography

Rudolf Dührkoop, German photographer, by Maxilimian Dasio, cast bronze, 81 mm., essentially perfect condition. Accompanied by an ‘old’ (1980s) tag by Richard Margolis citing Ingrid Weber’s praise of Dasio and with a price of 245; our price three decades later: $650.

Art Nouveau award plaque of the Leeds Camera Club engraved to the renowned ornithological photographer Arthur Gilpin, 1934, cast bronze, 78 x 44 mm, mounted on a wooden stand, $125.

Robert Capa Award of the Overseas Press Club of America, unawarded, with portrait of the Jewish-Hungarian photographer famous for his coverage of the Spanish Civil War by Joy Flinsch Buba, bronze, 75 mm., almost perfect condition, $295.

 

W. Selke, Berlin photographer, inventor of a system of ‘photo-sculpture’ using cinematic technique to produce a three-dimensional representation, 1903, bronze uniface plaquette, 105 x 163 mm., $395.

 

Polar exploration

POW

Printing and publishing

Inv. 2721. Johannes Gutenberg medal, Mainz, 1837. Feuchtwanger ‘German silver’, cupro-nickel. 32 mm. The first nickel alloy medal struck in Germany. VF, scratched lower reverse field. $650.

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Inv. 2740. France, Gustave Louis Dubar, Director of L’Echo du Nord, plaquette by Oscar Roty, 1901. Bronze, 49.5x71 mm. Nearly perfect condition, $200.

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Click here to view a webpage of our stock of printing medals sorted by catalogue Über Buchdruck-Medaillen published by Paul Jehne in 1907

Click here to view a PDF of our stock of printing medals sorted by catalogue Über Buchdruck-Medaillen published by Paul Jehne in 1907

Railroads

Red Cross

Relic medals (‘made froms’)

France, Napoleon III, melting of bronze coins, by Dantzell, 1852, bronze, 67 mm., Superb Condition, $325.

Frankfurt am Main, Cathedral Firer, 1867, medal made from melted bell, nickel alloy, 42 mm., Choice Condition, $95.

Austria, 10th Anniversary of Vienna Numismatic Society, 1880,Josef Eckhel, President, by Anton Scharff, medal made from melted ancient coins, bronze, 34 mm., choice, $135.

R.M.S. Mauretania, 1939, made from metal from the old Mauretania, bronze, 32 mm., ribboned, a couple of light spots, else Mint Condition, $65.

 

Religion

Catholic

Islam

Judaism

Orthodox Christianity

Protestant

Click here to view a webpage of our stock of medals of the Protestant Reformation sorted by the catalogue of the Whiting Collection sold by Spink & Son in 1983

Click here to view a PDF of our stock of medals of the Protestant Reformation sorted by the catalogue of the Whiting Collection sold by Spink & Son in 1983

Saints

George

Francis of Assisi

Joan of Arc

Marie d’Orléans, Duchess of Württemberg, Joan of Arc, 1937, by Montagny, bronze, 52 mm, Gorgeous Condition, $175,

Joan of Arc by Félix Rasumny, uniface silvered galvano, 70 x 92 mm., as such quite rare, $295

Joan of Arc by Jean-Baptiste Daniel Dupuis, bronze, 41 x 67, $115

Satire

Science

To check out our inventory of personal scientific medals click here

For medals of individual scientists click here

Copernicus by Joseph Mainért, after the statue by Thorwaldson, 1830, bronze, 60 mm., $250.

Copernicus by Serge Ponomarew, 1970, silvered bronze, 71 mm., 8/100, $110.

Astronomy

Biology

Chemistry

Electricity and electronics

Mathematics

Mechanics and invention

Physics

Scouting

Seals

Series

Dassier

Durand

Society of Medalists

Thomason

Ships and naval

Ocean liners

Yachting

Shooting

France

Germany

Great Britain

Switzerland: see our inventory of Swiss shooting medals  listed by Martin numbers

Space

Israel Shavit Rocket Program, 1961-62

Commemorative Medal, by Miriam Karoli, bronze, 60 mm., $95.

Award medal, by Ya’akov Zim, silver, 60 mm., $295. This medal was not offered for public sale; it was reserved for use by the Ministry of Defense.

Sports

Alpine

Archery

Basketball

Baseball

Bowling

Boxing

Canoeing

Canoe, by Louis Muller, 1940, reverse by Pierre-Alexandre Morlon, bronze, 51 x 53 mm, $95.

Cycling

Fencing

Football

Golf

Gymnastics

Hockey

Martial Arts

Mountain Climbing

Rowing

Skiing

Soccer

Swimming

Tennis

Track and Field

Wrestling

Yachting

Spanish-American War

Temperance

Theater

Belgium, ThéČtre de la Monnaie, by EugŹne de Bremaecker, bronze, 67 x 56 mm., in custom box by Fische, Brussels, $249.

Belgium, Theatrical Prize Medal, by Alphonse Mauquoy, round image on octagonal planchet, 80 x 80 mm., bronze $150; silvered bronze, faint spots, $125.

France, Pierre von Barré, Founder of the Vaudeville Theatre, 1832, by Borrel, bronze, 41 mm., original, no poinćon on edge. Believed rare; virtually perfect. $350.

Great Britain, David Garrick, 1772, bronze, 40 mm., some spots and marks, just VF overall, $185.

Great Britain, Covent Garden, 1809, pierced for wearing in hat in opposition to increase in prices, Eimer 675, white metal, 42 mm., VF+, $149.

Unusual Materials

Bois durci - a mixture of hardwood sawdust, albumen and ox blood, patented in Paris and in England in 1855, by Franćois Charles Lepage

Russia, Alexander II (1855-1881), c.1855 bois durci”, 111 mm., $395.

Rubber

United States, Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, the Hard Rubber Company, New York, rubber (“vulcanite’), 54 mm, EF, rev. rim chips, rare, $275.

Wood

United States, Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876. Six wooden medals in original case, $495.

 

Washington, George, see: http://www.pauljbosco.com/personalmedals.htm

Weights & Scales

Women

Wood

World War I, see www.pauljbosco.com/worldwarone.htm

Austria

Belgium

France

Germany

Medals by Karl Goetz

Great Britain

Jutland Victory Medal by Walter Gilbert and Charles Wheeler, 1916, issued by the Royal Numismatic Society, bronze, 76 mm., Eimer 1950 (at £300), Choice Condition, $375.

Other participants

See also http://www.pauljbosco.com/personalmedals.htm

World War II

See also http://www.pauljbosco.com/personalmedals.htm

 

 

TOPICAL MEDALS, ‘Ancient People’ to ‘Education’

TOPICAL MEDALS, ‘Engineering’ to ‘Nudes’

TOPICAL MEDALS, ‘Numismatics’ to ‘World War II’ – this page

 

Other Medals pages

For personal medals sorted by topic click here

For personal medals sorted by person click here

For historical medals by country click here

 

For art medals sorted by country and artist click here

 

Send your want lists to me at: pauljbosco@covad.net

 

www.pauljbosco.com