This item is a silver medal celebrating the centennial of women studying at McGill. The medal depicts a woman in a graduation robe, holding a diploma and a book, standing in front of the McGill Arts building. Text around the edge of the medal reads: "Centennial of women at McGill, Cent ans de présence féminine à McGill, 1884-1984." The back of the medal depicts a venus sign, with text that reads "100, 1884-1984, McGill."
This item is a medal and ribbon from WWI awarded to General H. Lipsey. The ribbon is yellow with white, black and blue stripes near the edges. The medal depicts a mounted rider whose horse is stomping on a skeleton and a shield with the coat of arms of Germany, with the years 1914 and 1918. The back of the medal has King George V in profile and the words "Georgus V Britt. Omn: Rex et In. Imp." around the edge.
This item is a medal for a cross country race held by the McGill Harrier Club in 1909. This medal was awarded to J.B. Young for coming in fourth place. The medal depicts a man running, surrounded by a wreath, on one side, with the medal winner's name etched on the back, surrounded by a wreath.
This item is a one mile medal awarded to A.W. Sheppard of University of Toronto. Medal is topped by a beaver, medal face bears coats of arms of McGill and University of Toronto, surrounded by text that reads: "Universities, McGill, Toronto."
This item is a discus throw medal with a red and cream ribbon. The medal is in three parts, connected by decorative chains, one that reads "Discus throw," one shaped into 1903, one bearing a shield with three martlets, topped by a crown, with text "McGill U.A.A." and surrounded by a cross. Probably won by W.P. Ogilvie.
This item is a medal depicting two figures, a naked man and a clothed man blowing into a horn, on one side, and a variant of the McGill coat of arms on the other, a shield with three martlets, topped with a crown, with a partial wreath of maple leaves, and the words: "McGill University, Montreal."
This item is a round silver medal celebrating Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee. One side depicts Victoria in profile, with the words "Victoria, Queen and Empress, 1837-1897" around the edge. The other shows a wreath of maple and oak leaves with the words "McGill Model School, Montreal" around the edge.
This item is a James Watt medal from 1884. One side of the medal bears a wreath surrounded by the words, "In memory of the Meeting of the British Association at Montreal, 1884. The other side has a profile of James Watt with the words, "Presented at McGill University, Montreal, Prize for applied sciences."