Prince Albert Industrial Exhibition

Prince Albert Industrial Exhibition Medal 1851

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Obverse, Prince Albert facing left, H. R. H. PRINCE ALBERT. STRUCK IN THE BUILDING OF THE EXHIBITION (signed under bust: W J _A_I_R LONDON).

Reverse, lion and unicorn holding the royal coat of arms surrounded by inscription GREAT EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS 1851.

Both obverse and reverse, very sharp fields, rare in this grade, reflective like proof fields

Prince Albert Industrial Exhibition Medal 1851

Prince Albert Industrial Exhibition Medal 1851

Struck in white metal, 38 mm
Weight 16.7 grams

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Prince Albert Industrial Exhibition Medal 1851

SOLD

Obverse, Prince Albert facing left, H. R. H. PRINCE ALBERT. STRUCK IN THE BUILDING OF THE EXHIBITION (signed under bust: W J _A_I_R LONDON).

Reverse, lion and unicorn holding the royal coat of arms surrounded by inscription GREAT EXHIBITION OF THE INDUSTRY OF ALL NATIONS 1851.

Both obverse and reverse, very sharp fields, rare in this grade, reflective like proof fields

Prince Albert Industrial Exhibition Medal 1851

Struck in white metal, 38 mm
Weight 16.7 grams

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Metal

White Metal
White metals are a series of often decorative bright metal alloys used as a base for plated silverware, ornaments or novelties, as well as any of several lead-based or tin-based alloys used for things like bearings, jewellery, miniature figures, fusible plugs, some medals and metal type

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