A unique collection of the aircraft used during the First World War 1914-1918. One side has the soldiers marching forward with fixed bayonets. The other side has a full colour rendition of an aircraft which fought during the conflict. You get five different aircraft in flight: F-904, N1977, 1264, 7851 and C1904. They will remind you of all those famous films that were made with these planes flying and fighting under most extreme circumstances. It is the first time we have offered them and we did a deal with the exporter to sell them for less than £4.00 each with the presentation case thrown in. A bargain and has a fantastic history.
Richard is proud to be a dual British and American national, but, there is one day each year when he feels confused. And that day is the 4th of July. For Americans, it is a day to celebrate their independence from the British. For the British, it is the day they lost the American Colony. When The Worth Collection offered us a set of five medallions to celebrate the 4th of July Richard did not know what to do. Then he saw the collection and his mind was made up. It is a fantastic set and well worth having. You get five crown sized medals with full-colour paintings of battles being waged. You have the British red coats, the Americans with their flags flowing and it was after all almost 250 years ago. They are in Proof condition with reverse reading United States of America Independence Day 4th July. Just to show that we are fair to both sides, instead of the usual price of £22.50 we are going to offer them at just £19.50. And that's because Richard cannot make up his mind. He wants both sides to win!
This set is a real bargain. You have five different crownsized pieces for the 75th anniversary of D-day issued in 2019 ago. The medallions are full colour with a back that shows their flags. It comes in a superior display case and was issued by the ‘Worth Collection’. Not only are they of superior quality but the price is incredible too! We were only allowed to get 300 collections, so at this price please get in quickly. On one side they read ‘Operation Overlord D-Day 75 1944-2019’ with a full colour picture. The reverse has the flags of Great Britain, the United States, Canada and France with the legend ‘D-Day 75 Anniversary 1944-2019’. OK here is the real bargain, five different coloured crownsized pieces in a handsome presentation case for just £19.50! That’s right less than £4 a piece and the case is Free. But remember we were only allowed 300 collections and at this Special Price they should sell out quickly.
This fantastic set of five medallions has been issued by The Worth Collection for the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. You get five different silvered medallions with full colour photos of Apollo 11. They are in Proof condition and have been silver plated. The set comes in a plush display case. The reverse medallion has an astronaut standing on the Moon holding an American flag with his spaceship in the foreground. If you are into space then this set is for you. First time offered.
This most unusual set of medallions says it all ‘Never Forget’, never forget what happened on 9-11 in the United States. When terrorists attacked the World Trade Centre in New York City but also the Pentagon in Washington D.C. The planchet, or piece of metal the medallion is struck on, is not round but rather in the shape of the Pentagon. That is what makes this collection so impressive. Each has a full-colour photograph on the obverse. They are gold plated with the reverses showing the World Trade Centre and ‘We will not tire, we will not falter and we will not fail’ G.W. Bush. They are a fantastic set, yes they cost just a little bit more than the normal sets but we assume this shape costs more to make. The small extra cost will immediately be worthwhile when you see this stunning 9-11 ‘Never Forget’ Collection. It comes in a Worth Collection presentation case.
Audrey Hepburn was a famous actress, 1929-1993, who was perhaps best known for her role in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. But I will always remember her for her role in My Fair Lady, she went from Covent Garden flower seller to a lady. We have been able to buy a small quantity of a wonderful collection of five full-colour medallions honouring Audrey Hepburn. Each crownsized medal has a different picture of Ms Hepburn from one of her films. They are in beautiful proof condition and the collection comes in a handsome presentation case. The reverse has her smoking a cigarette in a very long holder with a rose. The obverse has her and the line ‘I just do my thing’. The medals are gold plated and you get all five medals, each in a protective plastic case in the presentation case for just £19.50. She was a fine actress and this is a wonderful remembrance at a most reasonable price… Less than £5 each!
This handsome Worth Collection is for the Battle of Midway in the Second World War, the battle that started the battle changing in the good guys favour. It is a magnificent collection. The reverse of each crownsized medal has the flags and planes of Japan and the United States fighting each other. The obverses show fi ve diff erent colour renditions of the Battle of Midway. Each is gold plated and comes in a protective capsule, the whole collection comes in a Worth Collection presentation case. This collection would be great for your World War Two collection, especially as the set of fi ve in the presentation case is just £19.50. That is less than £4 a medallion. Supplies are limited.
This medal was given to those in the Resistance in Belgium during World War II. You had to be not only in the resistance but you also had to carry a weapon to qualify for this award. You have a woman, hair flying in the breeze, holding her arm around her. The reverse has ‘1940 Resistere 1945’ within a wreath. It is struck in bronze with a black ribbon with thick green and thin red stripes. We have all heard of the brave resistance fighters during World War II, now you can own a medal honouring them. But supplies are very limited.
Issued to the brave men and women, who served in World War II from Belgium. It was issued at the end of World War II and is a rather handsome piece. You have the rampant lion of Belgium superimposed on a cross within a circle. The other side has a raised dagger or sword with the dates 1940 and 1945. It is a yellowy bronze metal and comes with a green, red, black, and yellow ribbon. We believe this is the first time that we have been able to offer this medallion, one that was given to the brave Belgium fighters who fought and won against great odds. We think you will like this simple but important medallion.
Instituted on 21 July 1905 to commemorate the 40th year of the reign of King Leopold II. This medal was to be awarded to those who had given 20 years’ “good and faithful service”. The initial issue had the dates 1865 - 1905 on the reverse. In 1951 (allegedly due to pressure from veterans’ groups) the award was further extended to Military personnel who had a minimum of one years’ good and faithful service between 16th December 1865 and 18th December 1909. The medal is struck in gilt bronze and is 30 mm in diameter, it has a ball and ring type suspension mounted on a bow design. The obverse has the bust of Leopold II set over a Rupert Cross surrounded by laurels and oak leaves. The reverse is similar, but with the bust of Leopold replaced by the dates 1865 - 1905 (first type). The ribbon is red, yellow and black. Never offered before and available in very limited numbers.
Instituted on 21 July 1905 to commemorate the 40th year of the reign of King Leopold II. The medal was to be awarded to those who had given 20 years’ “good and faithful service”. This second issue had the reverse dates 1865 - 1909. The medal is struck in gilt bronze and is 30 mm in diameter, it has a ball and ring type suspension mounted on a bow design. The obverse has the bust of Leopold II set over a Rupert Cross surrounded by laurels and oak leaves. The reverse is similar, but with the bust of Leopold replaced by the dates 1865 - 1909 (second type). The ribbon is red, yellow and black. Never offered before and available in very limited numbers.
Bruce Lee was a Hong Kong and American martial artist, actor, and filmmaker. We in the West first heard about him after he played Kato in the TV series Green Hornet, but it was his role in Enter the Dragon that catapulted him to global stardom. Unfortunately, Lee would pass away just six days before the release of Enter the Dragon on July 20, 1973. A visionary and a pioneer in the martial arts world, Bruce Lee combined elements of Eastern (Judo, Karate) and Western martial arts (Boxing, wrestling) with the Wing Chun Kung Fu he learned in Hong Kong to create his own style of martial art: Jet Kune Do. This is why many credit him with paving the way for mixed martial arts. This set hounours the great action star of the 60s and 70s and comprises 5 gold-plated medallions each with a full-coloured picture of Bruce Lee as seen in martial arts demonstrations and in his films. If you are a martial arts fan or a fan of his action films, you will have to grab this set my friend!
These are very attractive pieces produced with a gilded finish with black, red and turquoise enamel. At the centre is a diagram showing the atom being split into Alpha, Beta and Gamma radiation. This medal was awarded to soldiers, policemen and many civilians who handled the fallout from this disaster. Complete with ribbon and suspension.
As civil war raged in China in the 1940’s, Xinjiang experienced a brief period of independence and became known as East Turkestan. On 1 October 1949, Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong declared the creation of the People’s Republic of China and brought Xinjiang under its control. On 31 December 1954 and 1 January 1955 there was an ethnic-Uighur uprising and Communist troops and their families were sent to the region. Following the suppression, The Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR) was established by the PRC government on October 1, 1955. In 1985, to celebrate the 30th anniversary, the government issued this medal to those military members and their families. These are now quite scarce and sought after. The medal is a 13-point gilt star measuring 45mm across with red and white enamel depicting a power station with snow-capped mountains in the background and animals grazing in the foreground and a golden star in the sky above. A bar with the dates 1955-1985 is attached above. The reverse carries bilingual script in Chinese characters and the local Uighur language which is a kind of Arabic script. The medals come as issued in a presentation case which has its own stand on the back for upright display.
This is just a fantastic and beautiful set of medallions. If you love to flash and gold colour and real fighting men this is for you. Five different crown-sized medals coloured enamel on both sides. Each medal in a display capsule and all five are in a rather impressive case. We worked hard on this one to offer the whole collection to our collectors for just £19.50! Less than £4 each. You will love this collection, Great Britain and Canada are featured but also represented are the United States and the Free French. You have real soldiers pointing their weapons at you. You have the colours red, white, and blue on a heavy gold colour gleaming out at you. These beautiful and striking medals are certainly not subtle pieces. We love them and we hope you will too. We have kept the price fantastically low even with inflation on the rise!!! It will cost you less than £4 each and the case is FREE. This is a bargain you don't want to miss out on...
This is a fantastic set of five different Dinosaur Medallions in a smart presentation case. You get the Triceratops, Spinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus, and Velociraptor. They are in full-colour and have been coated in silver and come with a certificate printed on silver-coated paper. The reverse has a giant head ready for eating. Each crownsized medallion comes in a protective capsule in the display case. This is the first time they have been offered, and with the holidays coming up they will make a wonderful holiday present…
We were only allowed to get a very limitied number of these five piece Albert Einstein collections. Because that was all they had left. Each crownsized medal shows a different portrait of the scientist Einstein on one side, the other side has his engraved portrait and his most famous quote ‘E=MC2’. This set of five Proof medallions comes in a handsome presentation case. Great for yourself or someone into science. Unfortunately now we now have just 16 collections available but good news they are still at our normal price of just £19.50. Remember that is less than £4.00 a crownsized medallion, great value but a small supply available. You couldn’t have them made at this price and we saw just one of the medallions online for £8. Please do remember, just 16 sets available.
These beautiful crownsized medals honour ‘The King’ of music, Elvis Presley. On one side you have a portrait of Elvis, a copy of his signature and the legend ‘The King of Rock n’ Roll’. The other side has his dancing to the music and his dates 1935-1977. They come in two colours, silver-coloured and gold coloured. Each Prooflike piece comes in a capsule. If you liked some of the other Elvis material we have offered in the past, you will love these medallions. Supplies are limited.
This medal was awarded to all the members of the Indian Police force who were serving on 26th Jan 1950, the date on which India was declared a Republic. The obverse shows the Ashokan Lions above the Indian National motto Truth Alone Prevails in Sanskrit with the words INDIAN INDEPENDENCE above and 26th January 1950 below. The reverse shows the chakra wheel with a lotus border above and the word POLICE below and the ribbon has red, blue and orange stripes. Not an easy medal to find now and this is the first time we have offered it, supplies are very limited.
From the Cook Islands, we offer this beautiful crownsized medallion commemorating the life of John Lennon. On one side you have the facing portrait of John and the fact that it was the 25th anniversary of his death (2005). The reverse has the sun shining from the earth and Elizabeth II Cook Islands Commemoration. They are struck in a Proof gold coloured metal and come in a protective capsule. This is the first time we have had them and we think that should be a lot of interest in this medal.
Albert I of Belgium ruled from 1909 until 1934 when he died. This handsome high relief medal was issued upon his death. His bust in wartime helmet is on one side and a crowned ‘A’ with his dates 1909-34 is on the other side. It comes complete with a yellow ribbon with a green stripe. The medals are in Extremely Fine condition and we have just 25 examples in stock. He was King during the First World War and ruled over the Belgium Congo an interesting figure.