Part 22: Victoria College Medals

Victoria College is a fee-charging day school for boys in St Helier, Jersey. Founded in 1852, the school is named after Queen Victoria. It is owned and administered by the States of Jersey.






Victoria College Medal
Queen Victoria Bronze
Victoria College was established following the Queen’s and Prince Albert’s visit to Jersey in 1846 and was opened on 29 September 1852 with 98 students enrolled. "X DONO MVNIFICENTISSIMAE REGINAE VICTORIAE" is Latin for "By the gift of the most generous Queen Victoria."



Victoria College Medal
Queen Victoria Gold
Victoria College Jersey, a gold award medal by B. Wyon.
"X DONO MVNIFICENTISSIMAE REGINAE VICTORIAE" is Latin for "By the gift of the most generous Queen Victoria."



Victoria College Medal
King George V Bronze
"EX. DONO. MVNIFICENTISSIMI. REGIS. GEORGII. QVINTI" is Latin for "By the gift of the most generous King George V."



Victoria College Medal
King George V Silver
"EX. DONO. MVNIFICENTISSIMI. REGIS. GEORGII. QVINTI" is Latin for "By the gift of the most generous King George V."



Victoria College Medal
King George V Gilt Silver
The King's Prize Medal, by A. G. Wyon.
"EX. DONO. MVNIFICENTISSIMI. REGIS. GEORGII. QVINTI" is Latin for "By the gift of the most generous King George V."



1937 Victoria College
King George VI Gilt Silver
The King's Prize Medal, undated. This extremely rare, medal by T. H. Paget is the King's Medal, awarded by the Victoria College, Jersey, for outstanding merit in mathematics, languages or classics/science. The diameter is 38mm. "EX. DONO. MVNIFICENTISSIMI. REGIS. GEORGII. VI" is Latin for "By the gift of the most generous King George VI."