A medal struck in tin to commemorate the opening of the Newtown and Llanidloes Railway on 31st August 1859. Struck by the Birmingham engraver and die sinker, Joseph Moore. 41mm diameter. Also known in copper. Weight 18.47g
Pierced at the top for suspension and numerous edge knocks, but rare.
Toy money. A Prince of Wales Model Half Sovereign struck in brass. General wear and a weak spot on the reverse. Grade: VF
A small medal with suspension loop to commemorte the coronation of Edward VII in 1902. On the reverse is an advertisement for Barrett's sweets. Grade: Very fine, the obverse better.
Medal commemorating the 800th anniv. of Liverpool's Charter. Struck in base metal. Diameter 39mm. Weight 25.09g. Brilliant, practically as struck with just a hint of toning. Grade: uncirculated.
A bronze medallion struck in conjunction with the British attempt to bring the Olympic Games to the UK in 1996. Brilliant, as struck. Grade: FDC