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Queen's visit to the city in 1837

Queen's visit to the city in 1837

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

George III "Incorrupta" crown

George III "Incorrupta" crown

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

George III "Incorrupta" crown

George III "Incorrupta" crown

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

"Three Graces" crown

"Three Graces" crown

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

George IV crown

George IV crown

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Burmah Medal, 1824–26

The Burmah Medal, 1824–26

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

George IV sovereign

George IV sovereign

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Indian Wars Medal

The Indian Wars Medal

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Royal Academy of Arts Medal

Royal Academy of Arts Medal

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

William IV

William IV

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

William IV
Study for "Flying Victory"

Study for "Flying Victory"

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

William IV proof crown

William IV proof crown

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Coronation of William IV

Coronation of William IV

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Proof sovereign of William IV

Proof sovereign of William IV

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Coronation of William IV

Coronation of William IV

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

William IV sovereign

William IV sovereign

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

James Watt
James Watt

James Watt

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Queen Victoria's Visit to the Corporation of London

Queen Victoria's Visit to the Corporation of London

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Queen Victoria's Visit to the Corporation of London

Queen Victoria's Visit to the Corporation of London

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Sir Joseph Banks (1743–1820)

Sir Joseph Banks (1743–1820)

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria Visit to the Corporation of London

Victoria Visit to the Corporation of London

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria's Visit to the Corporation of London

Victoria's Visit to the Corporation of London

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria proof sovereign

Victoria proof sovereign

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria sovereign

Victoria sovereign

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria five pounds

Victoria five pounds

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria sovereign

Victoria sovereign

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

"Penny Black" postage stamps

"Penny Black" postage stamps

After a design by William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Victoria Medal, Poet reverse

Victoria Medal, Poet reverse

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Unused block of four "Penny Black" postage stamps of Queen Victoria

Unused block of four "Penny Black" postage stamps of Queen Victoria

After a design by William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

"Two Penny Blue" postage stamps

"Two Penny Blue" postage stamps

After a design by William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

"Penny Red Brown" postage stamps

"Penny Red Brown" postage stamps

After a design by William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Unused block of forty-two "Penny Red-Brown" postage stamps of Queen Victoria

Unused block of forty-two "Penny Red-Brown" postage stamps of Queen Vi...

After a design by William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

"Two Penny Blue" postage stamps

"Two Penny Blue" postage stamps

After a design by William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Jellalabad Medal (Afghanistan), 1842

The Jellalabad Medal (Afghanistan), 1842

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Wrangham Medal for Cambridge University

Wrangham Medal for Cambridge University

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Second Form of the Afghanistan Medal, 1842

Second Form of the Afghanistan Medal, 1842

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The China Medal of 1842, granted by the Government of India

The China Medal of 1842, granted by the Government of India

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

First Form of the Afghanistan Medal, 1842

First Form of the Afghanistan Medal, 1842

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Fourth Form of the Afghanistan Medal, 1842

Fourth Form of the Afghanistan Medal, 1842

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Scinde Medal

The Scinde Medal

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Scinde Medal

The Scinde Medal

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Scinde Medal

The Scinde Medal

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Royal Exchange

The Royal Exchange

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Sutlej Medal (1845-6)

The Sutlej Medal (1845-6)

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Sutlej Medal (1845-6)

The Sutlej Medal (1845-6)

William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

The Sutlej Medal (1845–46)

The Sutlej Medal (1845–46)

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)

Sir Francis Chantrey

Sir Francis Chantrey

Medalist: William Wyon (British, Birmingham 1795–1851 Brighton)