Well the runner up would be East Germany as England won the 1966 World Cup. It's worth my just be the metal contained in it. I've been to a great deal of sports collecting conventions and such and rarely if ever see anything from the World Cup. Probably because it is really not well followed here in the US.
No the runner up was West Germany
medal probably worth in the region of £2000
its about $ 8,800 u.s. dollars
My name is Harold Stilley and I have a 1928 world war copper medal. I would like to know the value of this medal.
Sometimes war medals can be worth a lot of money. The value of a British war medal depends on the specific kind of medal.
The value of a 1212 bronze medal is $ 4 75 or 3 UK pounds
The value of a 1919 Victory medal will vary. It depends upon the overall condition of the medal. However, in general, one will be worth around $100.00.
A metal what? Oh!?! You mean a Medal as in an award. It depends on the several factors. You should identify the MEDAL and describe it. Does it have the soldier's name engraved on it? Does the Medal include the Ribbon that it is hung from? Are both in good shape?
That would depend entirely on what it is, what country issued it, overall condition, etc..
Whatever it is, it's not a genuine US coin. It's more likely to be some kind of campaign medal (G. W. Bush ran for President in 1988), and may not even be made of silver. Without more information, it's not possible to determine its value.
i think its worth about 20000 pound
worth more as a pride thing rater than monetary value
Probably not that much, because the medal is made out to the swimmer.
A 1939 war merit medal has a value of around 20 to 30 Dollars us. The award document that accompanies such an award has a greater value. The Value of the medal may go higher if the medal is court mounted ...est 40 to 50 Dollars US. The general condition also plays a role.
A WWI English peace medal can be worth forty dollars or more. The specific value of the medal is determined by the current condition of the medal.
The Africa Star is a campaign decoration, (technically NOT a medal) and not worth much.
A good questions to add to this question would be..."Why on earth would you want to sell a special Olympic medal?" Is there no sentimental value?
It is a copper bullion coin and its value is close to whatever the copper market is.