Great Britain, 1882, AE Commemorative Medal for the Corporation of the City of London (No. 17), The Dedication of Epping Forest, by Charles Wiener. Obv. Bust of Queen Victoria l., wearing the small diamond crown, sash and Orders/ Rev. Londinia standing facing the seated Queen within a forest setting, holding gate open to winding pathway, IT GIVES ME THE GREATEST SATISFACTION TO DEDICATE THIS BEAUTIFUL FOREST FOR THE USE AND ENJOYMENT OF MY PEOPLE FOR ALL TIME. EPPING FOREST, 6 MAY 1882. Eimer 1689, BHM 3128, Welch 17. 75 mm., 268 g. Great Britain, 1837-1897, AR Official Royal Mint Medal to Commemorate 60th Anniversary of Victoria's Reign. Obv. Bust l., crowned, veiled and draped, VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN. MDCCCXCVII. Rev. Young head of the Queen, l., dividing inscription LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA. Below, 1837 upon branch tied with ribbon. By G.W. de Saulles, after T.Brock/W. Wyon. Eimer 1817a, BHM 3506. 56 mm, 82.5 g. Great Britain 1911, AR Official Medal for Investiture of Prince of Wales [the future Edward VIII]. Obv. Bust three-quarters l., crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. XIII MCMXI across the field. INVESTITURE OF EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES. K.G. / Rev. Caernarvon Castle; the Welsh dragon, below. GORPHENAF MCMXI above, on a radiate sky decorated with the Prince's crest within Garter, crowned. ARWISGIAD. IORWERTH TYWYSOG. CYMRU. M.G. By W. Goscombe John. Eimer 1925, BHM 4079. 35 mm., 22.5 g. [The blue toning seems to have come from the medal being kept in its case since issuance.] Now some French medals. France 1898, La Source and Le Nid, both by Daniel Dupuis. AE France 1922, L'Enfant aux Roses, by Ovide Yencesse. Silvered AE.