1968 Switzerland PF St. Gallen National Section Shooting Medal

1968 Switzerland PF St. Gallen National Section Shooting Medal

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Shooting contests have been a part of Germanic cultures for centuries. The first shooting festival was held in Aarau, Switzerland in 1824. The competitors would receive Copper and Silver medals for their efforts.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .835 oz struck in .900 fine Gold.
  • These artistic coins where awarded at a modern shooting competition is the swiss town of Saint Gallen.
  • Obverse: Depicts the Coat of Arms of the town of St. Gallen.
  • Reverse: Reads "Sankt Gallische Landesteil Schiessen 1968". Which in English translates to " Saint Gallen National Section Shooting".

This beautiful Gold Shooting Medal would make a great addition to any collection and is a wonderful conversation piece. Add this Gold Shooting Medal to your cart today!

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