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 McGill medal commemorating the tercentenary of William Shakespeare's birth. One side of the medal has a an image of Shakespeare in profile with the words "Shakspere [sic], 1564-1616." The other side bears a McGill coat of arms and "Shakspere [sic] Tercentenary, 1864, for English literature" inside a decorative cross, with "McGill College, Montreal" in a ring around the edge of the medal.
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 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 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."
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 1875 Professor William Sutherland medal. One side depicts Sutherland in profile, with text that reads, "Guilielmus Sutherland M.D., OB. MDCCCLXXV." The other side of the medal shows the McGill coat of arms, a wreath of maple leaves and text that reads, "Ad scientias chamicas excolendas cath. Sutherland inst., Universitas McGill, Praemium in facultate medicine."
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.