Medal of Irun. Variant for Officers. Oval. Gilded. Obverse. Enameled in white with golden castle on diagonal sword and between laurel bouquet. Set under ribbon with frame enameled in black/darkblue and inscription "may 17th 1837". Reverse flat. Over the set, trophies (flags and enemy banners) enameled in black/darckblue. Original black ribbon with red...
Five arms Cross/Star enameled in red. On each both sides, center enameled in blue with a golden sun in its center. As a border, enameled in white, inscription "Gra, June 12th, 1837". Enamels in very good condition. On its top, golden laurel wretah. Original red ribbon (but nor for this medal).
Granted to members of the British Auxiliary Division. Circular (37mm). Silver. Obverse: Four amrs cross with laurel wreath in its center, inside the inscription "San Sebastian Mai 5, 1836". In its base maker marked "A.D.Lowenstark & Son. London". Reverse: Lion sourrounded with Toison necklace and inscription "Spain-Grateful". Weight: 31'72grs. Thickness:...
Granted to members of the British Auxiliary Division for the takin of the City of San Sebastián. Circular (16mm). Obverse: Four arms Cross with laurel wreath in its center. Inside inscription "1836 San Sebastián 5 de Mayo". Reverse: Lion sourrounded with Toison necklace and inscription "Spain grateful". Blue ribbon.
Four armed cross on two crossed cannons. Bronze. Circular center. Obverse: Castle bordered with inscription "I took it by assaulting it". Reverse: Inscription "Peñacerrada. July 20th 1838". Original ribbon with three stripes in red-black-red (vid. Pérez Guerra. Ref.: 693).
Cross in five arms blade, enameled in white. Arms of the cross linked with laurel bouquet enameled in green. Circular center. Obverse: On red enameled background (lost) the initial "Y2" and bordered on blue enameled ribbon (lost) the inscription "Mendigorria July 16, 1835". Reverse flat. Over the set, laurel wreath articulated, without ribbon.
Cross in five arms blade. Golden silver. Not enameled (troop version). Arms of the cross linked with laurel bouquets. Circular center. Reverse: Acronym "Y2" borderd with inscription "Value Award". Reverse: Inscription "The Queen to his defenders" and bordered with the inscription "Mendigorría June 16, 1835". Over the set, laurel wretah articulated....
Circular between green laurel bouquet. Gold type. Circular center enameled in white with inscription "Battle of Chiva. July 15th 1837". On top, enameled in white, ribbon with inscription "Discipline and courage overcome strength". Reverse flat. Original ribbon but it does not correspond with the award.
Six-pointed star enameled in red. Circular center enameled in blue with castel in its center. Border enameled in white with inscription "Morella May 30, 1840". Reverse with grenade in gold and border enameled in white and inscription "Northern Expeditionary Army". On top, Crown (wall form) in gold.
Six pointed star enameled in red (slight loss of enamels in both sides). Circular center enameled in white. Obverse: Castle (lost) and border in gold with inscription "Exercito Espedig del Nogrys". Reverse: Whit grenade in gold (partially lost) bordered in gold with inscription "Morella 30 de mayo de 1840". On top, crown wall in gold. Original red ribbon.
Four arms badge (missing the golden bursts between its arms). Obverse, circular center with two towers linked by a wall on a background in blue enameled paint. Border in red enamel and inscription "Patriotism and Constancy". Reverse with maker marked "J.R.Arellano. Madrid".
Circular. Bronze. Obverse: Over war trophies, inscription "Peracamps Battles" and in its border, laurel and oak branches. Reverse, in its center inscription "Y2" an on each side "24 y 28" and "1840". In its bottom inscription "April". Original red ribbon.