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|1965 Rhodesian Independence Anniversary Gold Medallion|
This lack of official recognition and the constant pressure of black insurgents fighting for black majority rule eventually led to the collapse of Smith’s Rhodesia, with the Lancaster House Agreement signed in 1979 leading to the temporary re-establishment of British rule preceding the re-emergence of independence with black majority rule in 1980, whereupon the country was renamed ‘Zimbabwe’.
Ian Smith surrounded by legend :-
Kariba Dam and legend:-
INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY 1966
|Large Gold Medallion||45.72||0.750||1.1024 troy ounces|
|Small Gold Medallion||11.46||0.750||0.2763 troy ounces|
|Pair in Presentation Box||S.S.7||0.750||1.3787 troy ounces|
|1965 Rhodesian Independence Anniversary Gold Medallion||Yes|
1965 Rhodesian Independence Anniversary Gold Medallion
|1||20.00||£0.00||£0.00||Call to check availability|
Buying & Selling
Buyers and sellers alike may be interested to note that gold medallions like these often trade at prices close to their intrinsic metal value. While this may not be what sellers wish to hear, it should delight potential buyers.
At the time of creating this page, we had a one of these medallions in stock, and would be happy to sell it for a modest premium over their intrinsic gold content, however as with many pages of our website, this page has a dual purpose, to sell our stock, and to provide information. If you have a similar medallion, which you would like to sell, we would be pleased to hear from you.
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