A lot of medals won by Christopher Bird in Edwardian era sprints, hillclimbs and motor races,

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Lot 189
A lot of medals won by Christopher Bird in Edwardian era sprints, hillclimbs and motor races,

Sold for £ 747 (US$ 996) inc. premium
A lot of medals won by Christopher Bird in Edwardian era sprints, hillclimbs and motor races,
consisting of a medal for second place in the Brooklands Autumn Handicap, 1906, in 9 carat gold, a medal for Open Class Fastest Time at the Leicester A.C, 1911, silver, hallmarked, another same for 20hp class, 1912, three medals for the Sutton Colfield & Mid-Warwickshire the hillclimb Fastest Time of Day, 1911, gold, 9 carat, hallmarked, the second the Speed Trials, Touring Motor Cars Fastest Time, 1910, gold, 9 carat, hallmarked, the final Closed Hillclimb 2nd Class 10, 1912, silver, hallmarked, three medals from the Nottinghamshire Automobile Club, the first for the Scratch Event Flying Handicap Second, 1911, gold, 9 carat, hallmarked, the second Welbeck Meeting One Mile Handicap Second Prize, 1908, silver, hallmarked, the final for the Clipstone Races Scratch Event Winner, 1909, silver, hallmarked, offered together with three shield shaped medals presented to Alfred Bird M.P. two for 1910, one for 1911, gold, 18 carat, all in good condition.
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