Royalty Medallions

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1897 large bronze medal Extremely Fine

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 Victoria in 1897, 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.
£99.50

1897 large silver medal Extremely Fine

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 Victoria in 1897, produced in silver. 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.
£189.50

1902 Large Bronze Medal Ext Fine

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.
£85.00

1935 George V Silver Jubilee Medal

The official silver medal issued for the King's Silver Jubilee in 1935. Extremely Fine condition.
£72.00

1935 Silver Medal in Box

In 1935 King George V celebrated his Silver Jubilee and the Royal Mint struck a beautiful medallion to honour the event. You have the conjoined busts of King George V and Queen Mary on one side and Windsor Castle on the other side. These medallions were struck in Sterling Silver and are now 83 years old. To protect them, the Royal Mint issued them in red card boxes, which over the years have gotten damaged and lost. So it was quite exciting when a dealer offered us this group complete in their original red card boxes of issue. Of course the medallions have toned over the years, but then this is what Sterling Silver does. The boxes have seen a little handling but are extremely difficult to find. The Royal Mint also issued a commemorative crown for the Silver Jubilee, so maybe it would be nice to show the two side by side.
£79.50

1937 large silver medal Extremely Fine

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 George VI in 1937, produced in silver. 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.
£175.00