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Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club
  • Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club

Yachting Sailing Gold Medals 1874 - Royal Yacht Club

Price:

£3,500.00


Product Description

A pair of 22 carat and 18 carat gold medals given as prizes for 1st place by the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club and the Royal Dart Yacht Club in 1874, for the schooner "Cetonia".

The schooner, which was built for Mr W. Turner by Ratney of Cowes in 1873, was rated 156.54ft and set 9300 square feet of canvas. It was sold to Lord Treagh and figured in the Lloyds Register until 1906. It is believed that both Edward VII and the actress Lily Langtree sailed on her.

Also included is a minature painting of William Turner, the original owner, and a large period framed photograph of the schooner. The medals are named and dated on the edges and are both in good condition. Their only flaw in the form of some indentations on the top and bottom where they have been mounted.

Painting Size: 41.5 x 37.5 x 1.5cm
Medal Diameters: 45mm x 3.7mm and 38.4 x 4.2mm
Medal Weights: 62g and 50g

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