Vtg 1964 William Shakespeare 400th Anniversary Medal
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Sold Date: 08/09/2010
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Coins & Currency
Vintage Commemorative Medal Wow! This auction is for a very nice and very rare vintage commemorative bronze medal that is still inside the original presentation case. The medal commemorates the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare and it was minted by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust back in 1964. Really a well made piece and signed P. Vincze (artist). Measures about 2�" wide and is in excellent condition. Case has a little wear.
Bidder pays $4.50 for shipping and handling via USPS Mail within the United States. International bidders please email me for shipping cost if they are not disclosed in the above Shipping and Handling section. I charge a 5.1% sales tax to all Wisconsin residents - sorry, it's mandatory! !
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