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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry I, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 2

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry I, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 2


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 34.81g. With a trace of wear to the high points and toned to a medium milk chocolate brown, I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry II, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 3

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry II, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 3


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 38.81g. With a trace of  wear to the high points and toned to a chestnut brown with a hint of reddish lustre in the protected areas. I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, John, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 4

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, John, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 4


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 40.18g. With very light wear to the high points and toned to a chestnut brown with a hint of reddish brown colour remaining in the protected areas. I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry III Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 4

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry III, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 4


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This is a very early casting, circa late 18th or early 19th century. This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 28.68g. With very light wear to the high points and toned to a medium brown with lightly mottled reverse. I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Edward III Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P9/8

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Edward III, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 9/8


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 29.71g. With a trace of wear to the high points and toned to a medium chocolate brown, I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry IV Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P12/6

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry IV, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 12/6


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 33.8g. With a trace of wear to the high points and toned to a medium chocolate brown, I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Edward V Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 18

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Edward V, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 18


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 30.31g. With a trace of wear to the high points and toned to a medium chocolate brown with mottled fields, I would grade this medal Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Richard I Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 3

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Richard I, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 3


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 33.37g. With very light wear to the high points and toned to a medium chocolate brown, I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Richard II Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P10/2

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Richard II, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 10/2


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 33.33g. With very light wear to the high points and toned to a medium chocolate brown, I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£49.95
1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry V Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P12/6

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry V, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 12/6


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This is a very early casting, circa late 18th or early 19th century. This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 27.15g. With very light wear to the high points and toned to a medium brown with lightly mottled reverse. I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Edward IV Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P18/4

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Edward IV, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 18/4


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 32.33g. With very light wear to the high points and toned to a chestnut brown, I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Richard III, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P19

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Richard III, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 19


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 39.40g. With a trace of wear to the high points and toned to a chestnut brown, I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry VII, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P23/6

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, Henry VII, Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I Page 23/6


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 38.74g. With light wear to the high points and toned to a chestnut brown, I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, James I Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P237/104

1731 Dassier Kings & Queens Of England, James I Bronze Medal, MI Vol. I P237/104


A lovely example of this medal from Jean Dassier's popular series of medals issued in 1731 (and reissued from recut dies in 1755 and 1773). This medal has a diameter of 41mm and weighs 39.39g. With light wear to the high points and toned to a chestnut brown, I would grade this medal Nearly Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU55). I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


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