Fifteen Bronze Commemorative Medallions, four rectangular portrait medals: one of composer Fredrich Schiller by Franz Stiasny, and one of Beethoven, Goethe, and Mark Twain, all unmarked; a round "Beilby Medal for Technical Chemistry" from the "Royal Technical College Glasgow"; a possible scouting medal featuring a scout standing beside an allegorical figure, possibly Liberty, marked "J. P. Legastelois"; a WWII "American Campaign" medal; a "Southwest Expedition Commemorative Medal/Colorado 1806-1906" centennial medal, a Baker 155A, U.S. Mint Series, undraped bust of Washington facing right with monogram "AP" at the truncation near the back of the neck, the reverse contains the legend within a wreath; a "17th OF JUNE CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION" medal, commemorating the battle at Bunker Hill in Charlestown, Massachusetts; and five American Presidential Inaugural medals, for Ulysses S. Grant, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, and Gerald R. Ford.
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