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Theft in Gloucestershire 9 November 2015

William IV gold coronation medal, 1831

George II gold coronation medal, 1727

George II gold medal commemorating Lord Anson's circumnavigation of the globe and the defeat of the French, 1740-47.

Silver medals (five) comprising: 18thC restrike of Cromwell's portrait, rev. arms of the Commonwealth; Anne, coronation, 1702 and Battle of Malplaquet, 1709; Cumberland and the Battle of Culloden, 1746, by Yeo, cased; Quebec taken, 1759, this worn (five medals).

Copper or bronze medals (10), comprising: Mary as Regent, 1692 (2); Cambridge University Chancellor's medal, 1752; Victories of 1759; Guadaloupe, 1759; Minden 1759; Canada subdued, 1760; Accession of George III, 1760; Belleisle, 1761; and Thomason's vase, 1821; together with white metal medals (3) of George III and IV (13 medals).

A small Georgian mahogany cabinet containing 10 specially pierced trays holding a series of Russian copper restrikes of late 17th and 18th C medals, totalling 108 different pieces and probably prepared as a set, circa 1800 with two additional silver pieces.

Any information please to Tewkesbury Police Station telephone 101 and ask for Gloucestershire Constabulary quoting Crime Ref 26679/15





Date posted: 20 February 2016