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Battle of Waterloo set of 6 Medals

Five bronze Brilliant Uncirculated medals plus one Proof 14ct gold medal in the original folder. Limited issue.

Charles & Diana Formal Engagement Medal

We issued this medal was issued in 1981, and it was one of only two engagement medals that we issued at the time. The other one was one that we issued with informal portraits on it. The formal one has Prince Charles in a military uniform and Diana in cocktail dress. It is struck in Proof like cupro-nickel and the mintage was rather small. We just found 120 pieces in one of the vault rooms, having been put away for the past 38 years. I am going to offer them at what I think the original price was in 1981, but please remember that there are only 120 pieces available.

Charles & Diana Wedding St. Paul Curpro-nickel

When Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, we issued a medal to honour the event. We did it with formal portraits of the couple and issued it in several different metals. The ones on offer today are in cupro-nickel. The mintage was rather small, especially compared to the number of other medals and crowns that were issued worldwide. Steve found them in one of the vault rooms. I had completely forgotten about them. Supplies are limited.

Charles II ‘Royal Sovereign’ Gold Medal

This Half Sovereign sized gold medal was issued years ago by Pobjoy Mint. It honours the H.M.S. Royal Sovereign, a ship under King Charles II. On one side you have the ship (1637-1696) and on the other side you have the bust of King Charles II. They are struck in Proof hallmarked 9ct Gold. Each one comes with a Pobjoy certificate in a plastic wallet, just the way they were issued. I think they are beautiful pieces and one that I have not seen in years and years. It was a limited edition all those years ago.

Dassier Medals & Book

The famous family of Swiss engravers named the Dassier Family, in the late 1700’s did a series of medals depicting British Kings and Queens. Today this set will sell for well over £1,500. A few years ago a British mint reissued this collection in a superb, huge four tray wooden presentation case. There are a total of 32 different high relief medals struck in a two toned copper finish. They go from William I to George II, as they were originally made in the reign of King George III. This re-issue was made to sell for £595, as the four tray wooden case must have cost them about £100, plus you have the 32 different Kings & Queens medals. At that time The Dassier Family were perhaps, the finest engravers in the world. But we are not going to charge you the £595 for the collection. No, we are going to offer up to 100 lucky collectors the chance to own it for only £195. But we are also going to give you a copy of the large hard bound book ‘The Medals of the Dassiers of Geneva’. 222 glossy pages in both English and French and beautifully illustrated. This book normally sells for £34.95 but it is yours FREE with the collection of handsome medals. One important point, the collection and book are very heavy and it will be sent from our storage facility, separate from the rest of your order. They will be available in the shop for personal callers, but they are heavy. You are getting the medal collection made to sell for £595, plus the handsome book on the Dassier Family fro free. The pair can be yours for just £195 in total! Just 100 collections available, so please do not miss out on this bargain!

Diana In Colour With Blue Stone

This beautiful silver coloured medal truly honours the Late Princess Diana. On one side is a full-colour photo of Diana with a tiara and a blue coloured stone set into a cartouche. The other side has her outline with flowers painted blue. It is in Proof condition and comes with a protective capsule. Supplies are very limited, so order now!