100% genuine. Weighs 5.3 grams & is 24mm in diameter. In reasonable circulated condition.
58mm in diameter, in superb condition.
Comes with 2 notes found with the medal + original display case. No other history is known about the medal or the recipient.
In slightly worn condition. 35mm high.
3.4cms high x 4.4cms wide & weighs 16.3 grams, clear makers mark to the rear. The cabachon shaped centre piece appears to be glass, but unsure. Nice condition.
Measures 5.1cms wide x 4.8cms high & weighs 18.6 grams. The brooch is not stamped, but was tested with an X-ray machine & registered as .800. Exact age unknown but judging by the style of the pin, early to mid 1900s. No history is...
29mm x 20mm, in good condition but missing the rear pin. Made by A J Parkes, Brisbane.
Enamel loss as per photo, 36mm high.
The rear is crudely engraved with a name, its very hard to read but possibly D Peters. 57mm high x 17mm diameter logo, made by Stokes
26mm wide, in good condition. Made by Stokes & Sons, Melb.
5.1cms high in nice condition. No history is known about the item.
Made by Wallace Bishop, Brisbane. Quite large 6.4cms high x 4.2cms wide. Near mint.
Super rare, research found absolutely nothing on the medallion. It was made by the Australian maker Stokes. It is 31mm in diameter & weighs approx 13.5 grams
Weighs approx 167.4 grams & is 62mm in diameter. Made by Medallic Art Co, NY. Some surface pitting & wear. No COA or box.
Made of metal and measures 40mm in diameter & weighs 27.9 grams. Made by A J Parkes and was never issued to the public as a general issue, this is ex their factory.
The large badges are 32mm in diameter, the smaller one 24mm. Condition as per photo’s, some surface rust & toning.
60mm in diameter & weighs 98.7 grams. A tourist / souvenir piece.
Great resale potential with some scarce vintage badges.
29mm high, made by Myers & Co, Brisbane.
After extensive research the meaning of H.Q.B. failed to be found, I thought the Q may stand for Queensland or Queen, it's a total mystery. Though not stamped or hallmarked it looks very much like sterling silver. It weighs approx 3...
Made of base metal that has lost most of its gold plating, the pin or attachment is also missing from the rear, see photo. Oval in shape it measures 28mm wide x 22mm high. No other history is known about the item.
The medallion is most likely linked to the R.H.S UK not Australia. It measures 44mm in diameter & weighs approx 44.2 grams. Just wondering if the recipient is related to the SEARLE gardening family as the rear is engraved T.H.S...
Measures 40mm high x 25mm wide, some surface wear & toning.
The name Max R Malner is engraved on the medal. Research was conducted on the name and it was found that he was born January 3rd 1918 & died in 2008. It measures 31mm in diameter & weighs approx 20.2 grams, nice condition.
Struck slightly off centre. 19mm in diameter & weighs approx 3.5 grams. Reasonable grade.
19mm in diameter & weighs approx 3.3 grams. Reasonable grade.
28mm in diameter & weighs approx 10.6 grams. Average grade, holed to the bottom, crudely counter engraved with initials / words & 1837, most are too hard / faint to decipher.
19mm in diameter & weighs approx 3.6 grams. Average grade.
19mm in diameter & weighs approx 3.2grams. Reasonable grade, looks better than the photo’s depict.
27.8mm in diameter & weighs approx 8.5 grams. Nice grade with good details.
19mm in diameter & weighs approx 3.1 grams. One side (2nd photo) has pitting and marks.
19mm in diameter & weighs approx 2.8 grams. Reasonable grade
Hard to get in Australia !! 28mm in diameter & weighs approx 10.5 grams. Surface wear as per photo’s.