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Chernobyl Medal

These are very attractive pieces produced with a gilded finish with black, red and turquoise enamel. At the centre is a diagram showing the atom being split into Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation. This medal was awarded to soldiers, policemen and many civilians who handled the fallout from this disaster. Complete with ribbon and suspension.
£18.95

Elvis gold coloured

These beautiful crownsized medals 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 medals 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

India, 50th Anniversary 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

Italy, Duchess Elenora of Toledo - tribute cast in Florence c.1551

Rare 16th century bronze medal by the Italian Sculptor and medallist Domenico Poggini
£825.00

New Zealand, Royal Visit Medal

One of the first things that the newly crowned Queen Elizabeth II did, was plan a world trip to many of her nations in the Commonwealth. New Zealand was high on her list of places to visit and we were able to buy a small group of the Official medal issued for the Royal visit. On one side you have a handsome portrait of the Queen in her crown; the other side reads ‘Elizabeth II Royal Visit 1953-54’ along with a crowned shield, flowers and Maori implements. To top it all off there is blue ribbon and pin for wearing. These are highly prized by the people who own them in New Zealand. These are in Uncirculated condition, but the bronze medal may have mellowed a bit over the past 65 years. We think you will love them, but supplies are very limited and once these are gone, we don’t know where we'll find any more.
£16.50