B A P T silver medal

Started by malj1, July 13, 2016, 12:48:00 PM

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malj1

No luck with attempting to research this medal, perhaps British Association of something?  ???

Middlesex coat of arms at top, Silver hallmarked at Birmingham 1929 engraved 1930; 28.5mm
Malcolm
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Clockwise I believe these are the coat of arms of Middlesex, Sussex, Essex and Kent.


malj1

Yes I had recognised Essex where I was born but the Sussex one I found had a crown above like Middlesex which threw me. I gave up there.  ::)
Malcolm
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Figleaf

The arms being local, maybe B is not for British... T might be traders.

Peter
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malj1

I would expect its a sports prize rather than trade.  :-\
Malcolm
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Figleaf

Interesting thought. There is a British Army Polo Association. If they organise a tournament, that could be known as the British Army Polo Tournament (BAPT).

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

malj1

I think a little more local, these are the London home counties.
Malcolm
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