Jump to content

Manchukuo Empire: Enthronement Commemorative Medal


Recommended Posts

 

Does anybody know who and how many persons got this medal?

According to the statute this medal was awarded to those who were invited to Enthronement or performed official duties during Enthronement. Also prime minister office could award anybody at its own discretion.

The exact number is not known (as per today), but at least 16 000 were issued. Quite likely the total number is much higher .

It`s not very rare.

It was made by japan mint. You will find its marks at the rim.

Edited by JapanX
Link to post
Share on other sites
 

According to the statute this medal was awarded to those who were invited to Enthronement or performed official duties during Enthronement. Also prime minister office could award anybody at its own discretion.

The exact number is not known (as per today), but at least 16 000 were issued. Quite likely the total number is much higher .

It`s not very rare.

It was made by japan mint. You will find its marks at the rim.

Thank you!

I found that the medal stands on 4 of 5 on scarcity scale on this site  http://www.imperialjapanmedalsandbadges.com/manenthronment.html

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

"Quite a high price" for a what? That is the question.

For a medal that has 4 of 5 on scarcity scale? 

Rare manchukou medals gonna cost you thousands. 

By the way, what makes you think that a "fair price" for this "rarity" is 200 euros or even 300?

Without the box it will be more like 200 dollars or less.

For example this set of medals was sold for 300 dollars.

hanbainghr001-img800x598-15177127045go0aa23954.jpg

Edited by JapanX
Link to post
Share on other sites

And this medal without ribbon was sold for190  dollars (actually pretty high price for a medal in such condition).

 

i-img1200x900-1523976687lvn6yh25370.jpg

i-img1200x900-1523976687jlbd0v25769.jpg

So, as mentioned previously, this medal not realy that rare and its not really that pricey, 

Edited by JapanX
Link to post
Share on other sites
 

  I bought it for 15 euro.

Now that`s a darn rare and sweet price for this medal.  

 

BTW I found it sold without box on one of the auctions for 600 usd.  

Quos Deus perdere vult dementat prius ;)  

Edited by JapanX
Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Blog Comments

    • Sounds great other than the Orange & Mango squash only because I prefer cran-pomegranate juice.
    • "(...) disgusting herbal concoction (...)" I took note of this description, to enrich my otherwise limited, English "Wortschatz"...
    • At work the standard indian tea such as PG tips is referred to as chimp tea. This goes back to the days when we had a Spanish girl working for us whose command of the English language was extremely limited. One lunch she said she was going to the shop could she get anything. I asked if she could get a pack of tea bags. She returned with some disgusting herbal concoction. I tried to explain what was required but without success. I then remembered PG tips had a picture of a chimpanzee on the packe
    • When I read Lapsang Souchong i decided to post something about these Tea . Many years ago I dont  know about Lapsang until I read James Michener book Centennial and the description of the savour of the Lapasang as a mix of tar and salt & smoked made me proof . It was exact ! and i liked it since then .
    • I have been known to drink Lapsang Souchong and Tea, Earl Grey, Hot... both "without pollutants". I normally have one mug of coffee in the morning, then spend the rest of the day drinking Orange & Mango squash (by the pint). Then evening comes and it's a pint, followed by red wine with dinner and sometimes a drop of Laphroaig afterwards.
×
×
  • Create New...