This year marks the 950th anniversary of the most recognisable dates in British history – 1066. 

In 1066, one of the greatest battles in world history took place - The Battle of Hastings after which came the dawn of a new Britain, ruled by William the Conqueror.

To mark this milestone, The London Mint Office is proud to offer The Battle of Hastings 950th Anniversary Commemorative Medal. Struck in solid bronze, by Worcestershire Medal Service, holders of a Royal Warrant as Medallists to Her Majesty The Queen, this stunning piece depicts a scene from the battle, inspired by the intricate Bayeux Tapestry, one of the world’s greatest treasures. 

Available to less than 0.03% of UK households, the reverse of this medal features the double dates 1066 – 2016, commemorating 950 years since the Battle of Hastings and its own unique limited edition number is engraved directly onto the special banner.

The ultimate collector’s item – the earliest orders receive the lowest numbers – act now to secure your own individual numbering.

Specifications
Metal:
Solid Bronze
Quality:
Proof
Diameter:
36mm
Issued by:
Worcestershire Medal Service, holders of a Royal Warrant as Medallists to Her Majesty The Queen
Year of issue:
2016
Mintage limit:
17,500