Unites States of America, Donald Trump half dollar sized medal

Well the election is finally over. We have a small quantity of Donald Trump medallions left in stock. We don’t speculate on whether they will become serious collectables. We are just dealers that buy and sell. Below is listed all the Trump medallions we have left, when they are gone, we won’t be able to get any more. Get them while you can…
Availability: In stock
SKU: DTM020
£4.95
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