Tokens & Medals

Occasionally we find some cool stuff for this category.   And we did:  check out the 1937 Great Britain King George VI Coronation Medal!

1776 Continental Dollar restrike, silver, NGC MS-64
HK-852A So-Called Dollar. I like Continental Dollars too, but would you rather pay $25K for an ugly one, or $395 for a decent restrike? (This is the August Frank restrike of 1962).
Price: $395
Washington Born Virginia Collis Restrike, NGC MS-63, copper
Uniface restrike made by Collis in 1959.
Price: $60
1937 Great Britain King George VI Coronation NGC MS-63, wonderfully toned
32 mm, weight 15.8 grams, silver, BHM-4314. Absolutely super toning on both sides of this medal. Medal turn. Marked "King George IV" on the slab, but a bit of knowledge of British history convinced me that it is King George VI on the medal. (Plus, it says George VI" on the medal!) Picture came out great and the color you see is accurate.
Price: $1,000
Numismatic News 1987 1-oz. silver round, PR-66 Cameo
Price: $75
1938 Jefferson Nickel Winning Design medal set
Pair of medals (one matte and one brilliant proof) made by the JFSNC (Jefferson Full Step Nickel Club) several years ago. Mintage was 1,938, this set is serially numbered #662. The medals are .999 silver, are the size of a nickel, and are in SEGS ungraded holders. This pic shows the brilliant, and the next listing shows the matte. Note: the price is for the pair of medals.
Price: $225
1938 Jefferson Nickel Winning Design medal set
This listing shows the matte medal which goes with the prior listing. Note: the price is for the pair of medals.
Price: $225