RARE RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH COMMEMORATIVE SOLID SILVER ENGRAVED MEDALLION 1968
This medallion is very rare, I have never seen another one.
It was given to my father, who worked on the film 'Oh, What a Lovely War' when Richard Attenborough was the Director, as a thank you for my father's work, at the end of filming.
The inscription reads “With Ever Grateful Thanks, Dickie A”.
On the reverse is an engraved First World War-type trumpet to commemorate the War, together with the inscription of the film, and dated Brighton 1968 (where and when the film was made).
The Hallmark as far as I can see is “N.B.” then possibly “& Co” with a Lion and two further hallmarks. The weight is approx 0.65 oz on a jewellery scale but obviously has memorabilia value.
The medallion has always been attached to the key fob.
There is minimal scratching, even though item never used, please see photos before bidding.
I am not a dealer, but I think someone who collects Attenborough memorabilia would be very interested in this very rare object.
Cash on Collection or Posyage First Class Signed For £9.99