Royal Mint Zodiac Year of the Tiger

This scarce small rectangular medals was issued by the Royal Mint and placed in a gold proof sets. So if you wanted it, you had to buy a gold proof set and then take it out. We believe they are gold plated rather than gold. Here we offer the 1998 medal for the Chinese year of the Tiger. We bought them from someone who actually broke up these gold proof sets. After all that was the only way to get them...
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SKU: ZC011
£8.95
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