This large white metal (2" diameter) British Medal is quite rare and seldom available ....the only example we could find was sold at Auction in the USA for over US$400 in September of 2010. This medal we are offering has faults...some wear marks, flattened edges etc ...all as pictured, so it is offered for considerably less than $400. The maker was B.R HAYDON. The Obverse depicts Thomas Clarkson in high relief with the Reverse depicting a kneeling slave in chains and the words....."Am I Not A Man And A Brother".THE TWO RINGS OF SCRIPT READ...... 'British Foreign Anti-Slavery Society' and 'General Anti-Slavery Convention Held In London 1840 / President Thomas Clarkson' with a facsimile signature, followed by.... Aged 81.
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At Molloy's of Milford Antiques Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
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