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Alex Kirkwood & Sons
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13 Albany Street, Edinburgh
United Kingdom
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Manufacturer - Medal - Glasgow 2000 National Philatelic Exhibition (Association of British Philatelic Societies Ltd.) awarded to BPT (British Philatelic Trust). On the reverse is an image of R.M.S. Columbia.
Manufacturer - Medal - Judge Medal. Front: 'Glasgow National Philatelic Exhibition 2000'. Thistle motif in relief. Stamp motif on raised bed, Scottish flag and crown. Back: 'The Association of British Philatelic Societies, Judge' Steam boat image of RMS Columba. Plain edging. Circular in shape. In box.
Manufacturer - Medal: Jury. Circular metal medal. Front: embossed with building and 'CHESTER 2002'. Back: plain, engraving 'FRANCIS KIDDLE' 'JUDGE'. Box: green leather-effect with gold decoration and trim, and a gold clasp. under lid fabric lined, with 'ALEX KIRKWOOD & SON Medallists, Edinburgh' information. Plain white sleeve.
Manufacturer - Medal - 2002 Basildon Inter-Federation 1st for Surrey Team Medal. Front: 'ABPS National Stamp Exhibition, Basildon, 2004', with envelope and wing motif. Back: 'G. H. Fryer, Surrey 1st Team, Inter-Fed'. Circular in shape, plain edging. Presented in box with 'Alex Kirkwood & Son, Medallists, 13 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3PY, Est. 1826' on inside lid. White sleeve, 'Basildon, 2004, G H Fryer, Surrey, 1st Team, Inter-Fed, 239', with with envelope and wing motif in colour.
Manufacturer - Medal - Glasgow 2000 National Philatelic Exhibition (Association of British Philatelic Societies Ltd.) awarded to BPT (British Philatelic Trust). On the reverse is an image of R.M.S. Columbia.
Manufacturer - Medal - Front: 'National Philatelic Exhibition, Glasgow, 2000', with thistle and stamp motif with crown in relief. Back: 'RMS Columba', 'The Association of British Philatelic Societies'. Circular in shape, plain edges. Presented in case.
Manufacturer - ABPS Congress Medal, silver, awarded to Ian D. Crane MA FRPSL for service to philately at The Philatelic Congress of Great Britain, Kenilworth, July 2010
Manufacturer - Green and gold leather medal box for ABPS Congress silver medal awarded to Ian Crane FRPSL for his services to philately at The Philatelic Congress of Great Britain in Kenilworth, July 2007.
Manufacturer - Medal - Glasgow 2000 National Philatelic Exhibition (Association of British Philatelic Societies Ltd.). Box for the medal.
Manufacturer - Medal: Jury. Box: green leather-effect with gold decoration and trim, and a gold clasp. under lid fabric lined, with 'ALEX KIRKWOOD & SON Medallists, Edinburgh' information. Plain white sleeve.
Manufacturer - Medal: Jury. Circular metal medal. Front: embossed with building and 'CHESTER 2002'. Back: plain, engraving 'FRANCIS KIDDLE' 'JUDGE'.
Manufacturer - Medal - 2002 Basildon Inter-Federation 1st for Surrey Team Medal. Front: 'ABPS National Stamp Exhibition, Basildon, 2004', with envelope and wing motif. Back: 'G. H. Fryer, Surrey 1st Team, Inter-Fed'. Circular in shape, plain edging. Presented in box with 'Alex Kirkwood & Son, Medallists, 13 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3PY, Est. 1826' on inside lid. White sleeve, 'Basildon, 2004, G H Fryer, Surrey, 1st Team, Inter-Fed, 239', with with envelope and wing motif in colour.
Manufacturer - Medal - 2002 Box for Basildon Inter-Federation 1st for Surrey Team Medal. Presented in green leatherette box with 'Alex Kirkwood & Son, Medallists, 13 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3PY, Est. 1826' on inside lid. White sleeve, 'Basildon, 2004, G H Fryer, Surrey, 1st Team, Inter-Fed, 239', with with envelope and wing motif in colour.
Manufacturer - Medal - Front: 'National Philatelic Exhibition, Glasgow, 2000', with thistle and stamp motif with crown in relief. Back: 'RMS Columba', 'The Association of British Philatelic Societies'. Circular in shape, plain edges. Presented in case.
Manufacturer - Medal - National Philatelic Exhibition, Glasgow, 2000. Presented in leatherette case, with 'Alex. Kirkwood & Son, Medallists, 13, Albany St., Edinburgh EH1 3PY, Established 1826' on inside lid.