Commissioned by Harland and Wolf, the RMS Titanic commemorative medal was struck by the Royal Mint in 1997 as a collectors piece for many marine enthusiasts who continue their research into the super-liner‘s enduring tragedy.
The reverse of the medal depicts Titanic on her departure from Southampton water on 10 April 1912, bound for New York. The medals obverse design has an emblazonment which couples the shipbuilder‘s logotype with the company‘s registered flag an white star burgee.
The medal has been struck in solid 22 carat Gold Proof and weighs 47.50 grams with a diameter of 38.61 mm.
The medal comes boxed with a certificate of Authenticity.
These legal tender coins have been struck to proof quality using specially prepared dies and highly polished blanks.
Year of issue: 1997
Total Weight: 47.50 Grams
Diameter : 38.61 mm
Carat/equivalent: Solid 22 Carat Gold
Issue Limits 1,000 Worldwide
Presentation: Includes Box & Certificate of Authenticity
Minted by: The Royal Mint
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