A medallion commemorating the 70th anniv. of V-E Day in 1945 as issued by the Windsor Mint. Made in Germany. Struck in copper with gold plating and coloured highlights on a 70mm flan, weight 110g. Supplied in plastic capsule with COA. No. 1842 of 1945 issued.
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