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Looking for the valuation on a coin/medal. It's a 'Jubilee

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Hello, looking for the valuation on a coin/medal. It's a 'Jubilee Industrial Exhibition' coin/medal dated 1906. The reverse side contains Edward VII.Thank You
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Your antique bronze medal in original box that was presented for the Jubilee Industrial Exhibition in 1906 has a high vale of 500GBP - 675GBP on today's market.

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Thanks for the positive rating! Much Appreciated.

FYI, the medal was modelled by Allan Wyon, here is a link to a brief bio on him:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allan_Wyon

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