Medal for the last flight of Concorde

We have just had this fantastic proof medallion for ‘The Last Flight of the Concorde 2003’. It shows three Concordes on one side and the legend ‘A Century of Flight' on the other side. It is a beautiful Proof in a yellow metal and comes in a protective plastic capsule. If you are into airplanes then this is for you. Especially at our price of only £5.95, but supplies are limited.
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