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Miscellaneous

The Coronation of King Haakon VII and Queen Maud 1906

Silver medal from the coronation of King Haakon VII and Queen Maud 22 June 1906. Engraver: Ivar Throndsen. There were only 1252 recipients of this scarce medal. Grading: VF/XF. Reference: Støre & Holst 264, Hallberg III 4.

Protocol no. 2863

kr 5,500

Commemorative Medal of Queen Josephine 1876

Commemorative Medal of Queen Josephine dated 1876. Grading: XF. Reference: Kvist & Kvist (2002) 67. Weight: 6,82 g.

Protocol no. 2837

kr 2,500

Sweden, The King’s Visit to Bender in Turkey 1709

Sweden, medal dated 1709 (no year), struck under King Karl XI by engraver P.H. Müller in Nürnberg. The medal commemorated the King’s visit to Bender in Turkey in 1709. Grading: Good VF. Reference: Hildebrand (1874/5) 147. Weight: 29,77 g.

Protocol no. 2836

kr 7,000

Sweden, The King’s bravery and thoughtfulness 1680

Sweden, medal dated 1680 (no year), struck under King Karl XI by engraver A. Karlsten. The medal marked the King’s bravery and thoughtfulness, characteristics which had helped to raise Sweden’s honour and welfare. Reference: Hildebrand (1874/5) 77. Weight: 2,5 g.

Protocol no. 2835

kr 2,000

The Coronation of King Oscar II and Queen Sophie in 1873

Commemorative medal from the coronation of King Oscar II and Queen Sophie in 1873. Grading: VF. Reference: Kvist & Kvist (2002) 54. Weight: g.

Protocol no. 2788

kr 600

The European Swimming Championship in Wembley 1938

Great Britain, badge from The European Swimming Championship in Wembley 1938.

Protocol no. 2774

kr 700

The Olympic Games in London 1948

Great Britain, badge from the Olympic Games in London 1948. This badge was awarded to the «Chef de Mission» and only 60 specimens were produced. The badge illustrates Big Ben and has a blue and multi-coloured ribbon. The condition of the badge is good. Reference: Lord Burghley (1948) pp. 76-77.

Protocol no. 2772

kr 3,350

The Olympic Games in Melbourne 1956

Australia, badge from the Olympic Games in Melbourne 1956. The badge is of oxidized silver with a blue enamelled border and has enamelled rings, torch and depiction of Australia. The ribbon discloses that it was given to an athlete in the sport of athletics. The condition of the badge is very good. Reference: E.A. Doyle (ed.) pp. 103(b), 106.

Protocol no. 2771

kr 2,100

King Haakon VIIs Medal for Outstanding Civil Service (1905-1957)

King Haakon VII’s medal for outstanding civil service 1905-1957. 441 recipients were awarded this medal. It is scarce as the outstanding civil service medal is ranked highly by the recipients’ heirs. The medal is in a very good condition. Reference: Hallberg II 6. 

Medal catalogue 36

kr 18,500

King Oscar II’s Medal for Noble Deed (1885-1905)

King Oscar IIs Medal for Noble Deed 2nd Class. Engraver: Ivar Throndsen. 403 recipients were awarded this medal for saving lives. The medal is in a very good condition with frosted bust. Reference: Hallberg II 8.

Medal catalogue 202

kr 10,500

King Oscar II’s Medal for Noble Deed (1885-1905)

King Oscar IIs Medal for Noble Deed 3rd Class. Engraver: Ivar Throndsen. 689 recipients were awarded this medal for saving lives. The medal is in a very good condition. Reference: Hallberg II 9.

Medal catalogue 22

kr 7,500

King Oscar II’s Medal for Noble Deed (1885-1905)

King Oscar IIs Medal for Noble Deed 3rd Class. Engraver: Ivar Throndsen. 689 recipients were awarded this medal for saving lives. The medal is in very good condition. Reference: Hallberg II 9.

Medal catalogue 101

kr 4,500