Victoria Cross Replica

The Victoria Cross is our highest award for Valour and out ranks all other decorations. It was first given by Queen Victoria in 1856 to honour those who were in the Crimean War. It is struck from bronze that comes from a melted down cannon captured from the Russians in the Crimean War. So far 1,355 individuals have been awarded a Victoria Cross. It is given for Extreme Bravery carried out under direct enemy fire. It is a bronze cross with a lion standing on a crown and the legend reads ‘’For Valour’. Today an original can cost several hundred thousand pounds. This is a beautiful replica with the word ‘Copy’ on the reverse, so no one can pass it off as real. The ribbon is ribbed red and just like on the original. We are tired of people asking £50.00 or more for a poor copy of the Victoria Cross. Our friends, who do such excellent work, took months to plan and make this exact copy. We are sure you will appreciate the quality of the workmanship and our incredible pricing. At Coincraft we know what our clients like and we try and give it to them.
Availability: In stock
SKU: VCREP
£14.50
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