Commissioned by Harland and Wolff, the RMS Titanic commemorative medal was struck by the Royal Mint in 1997 as a collector piece for the many marine enthusiasts who continue their research into the super-liner's enduring tragedy.
The reverse of the medal depicts Titanic on her depature from Southampton water on 10th April 1912, bound for New York.
The medal's obverse has an emblazonment which couples the shipbuilder's logotype with the company's registered flag and White Star burgee.
Alloy - Sterling (.925) Silver
Weight - 28.28gms
Diameter - 38.61mm
Only 25,000 of these stunning Silver Proof Titanic Medals were issued.
The medal is encapsulated, presented in the original Royal Mint case and packaging and is accompanied with a colourful illustrated information booklet.