A silver and navy blue enamel medal for Cambridge Amateur Boxing Club made by James Andrews Restall, Jeweller Silversmith & Medalist Cambridge Street Birmingham. Hallmarked Birmingham 1909-10. In original makers box. Cambridge's coat of arms depicts a shield decorated by a bridge over a river with three sailing boats, their sails furled. The shield is topped by a castle and flanked by a pair of magnificent seahorses. Below the castle is a helmet from a suit of armour and above the bridge are two roses and a fleur-de-lis signifying Cambridge’s royal connections.
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