This crownsized medallion was issued in 2014 to honour the 100th anniversary of the start
of World War One. On one side you have Lord Kitchener with his moustache pointing a
finger and saying ‘Your country needs you’. The other side has Uncle Sam with the same pose
and saying ‘I want you for the U.S. Army’.
Crownsized, gold coloured, in Proof condition and in a protective capsule, what more could
you want. We were only allocated 100 of these 100th anniversary of World War One medals.
So if you want one, we suggest you order quickly....
A deluxe presentation of the medallions issued
in the English Civil War. It is two large hard
bound volumes in a slip case, with the illustrations
in full colour and the two volumes running
to 808 pages.
Earls Court Ferris Wheel, Bronze Medal, 1897.
In 1895 a gigantic ferris wheel was built in Earls Court, London. To mark the event, they struck these bronze medals as souvenirs with an engraving of the wheel on one side and facts about the wheel on the other. They are 32mm diameter and were struck for each year from 1895-1907. This example is dated 1897 and is as struck with lovely toning and is now over 120 years old.
This Red, White & Blue gold coloured ingot is the first Margaret Thatcher item
that we have been able to offer our collectors. Some will love Mrs. Thatcher
and some will hate her, but we are just dealers who buy and sell.
It is a rather handsome ingot a proof example in a protective capsule. A stunning
facing portrait on the obverse, the reverse is coloured red, white and blue.
Dated 13.10.1925-8.4.2013. She was our first female Prime Minister and as such
was historically very important. Love her or hate her, you will love this ingot.
To mark the centenary of the beginning of World War I, INA, home of the Patinas, has issued a
handsome commemorative medallion. It has the bare head of King George V on one side and
Britannia standing with wings on the other side, reminiscent of the Official World War I war medal.
They are full crownsized and come in a four page descriptive folder; they are in Prooflike
Uncirculated condition and come in two finishes. On offer here is the silver plated VIP finish in a presentation package.
In 1887 the Royal Mint started to issue a series of large sized medallions for historic
events such as Coronations and Jubilee’s. The medallion offered here is of Edward VII in 1902, produced in bronze. Prices at antique fairs for these medallions are, I think extremely high, but I think you will like our
prices even more… Supplies are limited.