Medal: Great Britain Sir T S Raffles Founder of Singapore  1819
Medal: Great Britain Sir T S Raffles Founder of Singapore 1819

Singapore was founded in 1819, and Sir T S Raffles looks mighty proud of his work. But this pewter medal is of modern origins (probably around 1980) and, as such, does not carry very much value.

(I've heard of a silver version of this medal. Since it is so large, it contains a lot of silver and that makes it valuable. Just about all of them, or perhaps all of them, are made of pewter.)

Typical catalog values:

worn: $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $5
well preserved: $10
fully uncirculated: $40

Coin: 14933 , Genre: Medals
Requested by: syahir, Tue, 16-Jul-2013 08:31:57 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Wed, 17-Jul-2013 14:21:45 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Thu, 02-Jul-2015 13:36:21 GMT
Requester description: 1819 first inscription : SIR THOMAS STAMFORD RAFFLES FOUNDER OF SINGAPORE. front device : sir thomas is standing with his arm cross on top of each other and there is a small lion figure beside him and a few buildings behind him. back inscription : SIR THOMAS STAMFORD RAFLES FOUNDED SINGAPORE IN 1819 AND WITH GENIUS AND PERCEPTION CHANGED THE OBSCURED FISHING VILLAGE TO A GREAT SEAPORT AND MODERN METROPOLIS unknown
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thanks for ur infos, I have a silver coin exactly like this but it's damaged. I wanted to know if u can help me if it worths? I've searched about other versions of this coin but they were pewter and bigger than mine. mine is 38mm diameter I think - mehregan
If the damage is substantial, your medal is worth its weight in silver. Damage removes all collector value, leaving only precious metal value. I have not been able to find out the weight of a silver medal. Take your piece to a jeweler who can weigh it and give you a quote on value. - CoinQuest (Paul)




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