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1st Battalion, Montreal Militia badge
ca. 1808
Maker: Robert Cruickshank (1743-1809, active in England 1759-1772 and Canada 1773-1807)
Country: Canada
"Boy Fishing" medal
1934
Maker: Herbert Adams (American, 1858-1945), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their ninth issue
Country: USA
Upper Canada Preserved medal
c. 1814
Maker: Re-struck from Thomas Wyon's (English, 1767-1830) original die
Country: UK; England
"Abundance" medal
1934
Maker: Albert Laessle (American, 1877-1954), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their tenth issue
Country: USA
Tureen presented to Captain Robert Heriot Barclay (1786-1837)
1815-1816
Maker: William Burwash (English, active c. 1772-1816)
Country: UK; England
Tureen presented to Captain Robert Heriot Barclay (1786-1837)
1815-1816
Maker: William Burwash (English, active c. 1772-1816)
Country: UK; England
Commemorative tray
c. 1861
Maker: Designed by Edward Charles Moore (1827-1891), made by Moore Company (1853-1868) for Tiffany & Co.
Indian peace medal commemorating the end of the War of 1812
1814
Maker: Engraved by Thomas Wyon (English, 1767-1830), minted by the Royal Mint
Country: UK; England
Presentation goblet
c. 1861
Maker: Workshop of Robert Hendery (Canadian, 1814-1897), for Savage & Lyman (British, Canadian, 1851-1868)
Country: Canada
Saucer, after Benjamin West's 1770 painting "The Death of Wolfe"
c. 1790
Maker: Made by Meissen, possibly painted by Christian Friedrich Kuhnel (1719-1792)
Country: Germany
Centrepiece presented to Sir John Beverly Robinson
1809-1829
Maker: Frame by Benjamin Smith II (English, 1764-1823) and James Smith III (English, active c. 1792-1812), branches by Benjamin Smith III (English, 1793-1850); frame, 1809-1910; branches, 1829
Country: UK; England
Presentation trowel
c. 1869
Maker: Robert Hendery & Co. (Canadian, active c. 1866 - 1870)
Country: Canada
"Pegasus and Men" medal
1933
Maker: Gaetano Cecere (1894-1995), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their eighth issue
Country: USA
Plate, commemorating "Hamilton, The Electrical City"
c.1910-1920
Maker: Wedgwood & Co, Unicorn and Pinnox Works
Country: UK; England
Windsor Hotel Cup for snowshoeing
c. 1879
Maker: Workshop of Robert Hendery (Canadian, 1814-1897), retailed through J.R. Harper & Co. (Canadian, c. 1873-1888)
Country: Canada
Canadian National Horse Show Trophy
c. 1907
Maker: Frank T. Proctor (Canadian, active c. 1813-1846)
Country: Canada
"Whatsoever Man Soweth" medal
1932
Maker: Lee Lawrie (1877-1963), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their fifth issue
Country: USA
"Fame and Glory" medal
1933
Maker: C. Paul Jennewein (1890-1978), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their seventh issue
Country: USA
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