World Historical & Commemorative Medals

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Elvis gold coloured

These beautiful crownsized medallions honour ‘The King’ of music, Elvis Presley. On one side you have a portrait of Elvis, a copy of his signature and the legend ‘The King of Rock n’ Roll’. The other side has his dancing to the music and his dates 1935-1977. They come in two colours, silver coloured and gold coloured. Each Prooflike piece comes in a capsule. If you liked some of the other Elvis material we have offered in the past, you will love these medallions. Supplies are limited.
£8.95

Elvis silver coloured

These beautiful crownsized medallions honour ‘The King’ of music, Elvis Presley. On one side you have a portrait of Elvis, a copy of his signature and the legend ‘The King of Rock n’ Roll’. The other side has his dancing to the music and his dates 1935-1977. They come in two colours, silver coloured and gold coloured. Each Prooflike piece comes in a capsule. If you liked some of the other Elvis material we have offered in the past, you will love these medallions. Supplies are limited.
£8.95

Zaire medal Silver coloured

You don’t see a lot of material from Zaire, and certainly not much in the line of medals. So we were naturally pleased to be able to purchase this small group. They are Civilian Awards for Merit in Agriculture and are silver coloured. The designs are the same: a central Shield of arms surrounded by a wreath and small medallions showing agricultural implements and produce. On the reverses the legend: ‘Republique du Zaire – Merite Agricole’ and twelve stars. We imagine that the ‘Silver’ coloured is the higher ranked medal! The ribbons are equal stripes of red and green with a central yellow gold stripe for medal. Very limited number available, so please order quickly.
£19.95

Trump 2nd Amendment Medal

This Donald Trump piece is rather controversial. The reverse shows two weapons one a rifle and the other what looks like a heavy gun. The legend reads ‘The 2nd Amendment will never be repealed- Donald J. Trump’. This refers to the 2nd Constitutional Amendment in the United States, which allows its citizens to carry arms. It is that law that allows Americans to arm themselves and protect their property. But there is a strong feeling against it, because of all the shootings that happen in the United States. On the obverse you have Trump facing left and the legend ‘Freedom – In God We Trust -2018’. The reverse has the two guns. A most controversial piece, while we think that they should have the right to have guns, we think that perhaps some of the larger guns should not be so readily available to almost anyone. This piece is crownsized struck in a Prooflike goldene material and comes in a protective capsule. We will let you make up your own minds, but this piece is likely to cause some rather ‘interesting’ discussions.
£6.95

Trump Re-Election

We have just had in the latest Trump piece, for his re-election in 2020! You have President Trump raising his fist in between two American flags. It is gold coloured and highlighted in red, white and blue enamel. The reverse has the seal of the President of the United States a bald eagle with a shield on its chest again in red, white and blue. Each proof crownsized medal comes in a clear presentation capsule, so you can see it without having to handle it. We are not political, but the last Trump items sold out, so there is a collector base out there and that is what we are in business for. A handsome piece no matter how you feel.
£9.95

India 50th Anniv Medal

This is an incredible item. It is based on the British Trade Dollar and the dies were actually engraved by the Royal Mint. It is for the 50th anniversary of the Independence of India from Britain 1947-1997. It is full crownsized and struck in Proof cupro-nickel. On one side you have the standing figure of Britannia holding a trident and a shield with a sailing ship in the background. On the other side you have a full colour picture of Jawaharlal Nehru superimposed over a map of India. It comes in a protective capsule and is now 21 years old. We bought them recently and feel that they very important, unfortunately the available supply was very limited. The Royal Mint did a brilliant job on the engraving.
£14.50