Commemorative medals are struck from time to time to mark important anniversaries and other great occasions. In keeping with that tradition, the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal was created in 1977 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the ascension of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to the throne.
The first one is a CROWN MEDAL, On the obverse of this coin/medal is Queen Elizabeth II, On the on the reverse of this coin/medal is the Crown 1977, The Queen Silver Jubilee. It also says, "TO HELP YOUNG PEOPLE HELP OTHERS" This crown medal is minted in Cupro-Nickel authentic from the Pobjoy Mint.
The second coin/medal is the same, but with a different obverse and reverse. For example, Queen Elizabeth II has two different hats and hair styles in the two coins. Also, her head is positioned in a different angle in each coin.
These two souvenirs medals are part of history celebration of Her Majestic Elizabeth II. THESE COINS/MEDALS are not available anymore.
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