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yes it is 9Ct gold
by: Rose

I looked for the translation and I can't find it.. Nor is it Swiss.. *sighs* it's pretty big. I will look at the site you recommended.. xoxoxo Thanks

Try Ken Potter
by: Anonymous

Hello Rose,

fascinating; do you know what the inscription says on the reverse of your medallion?

Numismatics, is not my area of expertise Rose, but it looks to be commemorating an event in the year of 1932, the date of which is inscribed on the reverse. I can also see a row of small marks stamped on the bottom of the round medallion, on the reverse, but cannot see clearly enough to read.

Three Crowns (struck on precious metals) is the Swedish Country and Standard mark, but these three crown, which look to be the subject on the front of this medallion does not necessarily imply it is connected in any way to Sweden. Translation of the inscription will be an important step in your investigation.

Rose, is it stamped 9 carat? The more more information, and also background information, you may discover, the better chance of someone identifying it for you.

Can you help Rose identify this medallion or translate the inscription? Please post comment in the above link.

Rose, you might like to visit Ken Potter's Variety Vault.

Ken Potter has been a Numismatist for over 50 years and has a wealth of information on many types of old medallions & coins.

They also have an examination service.

Best Wishes,

Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre

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