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  1. Swiss (and other countries) shooting medals are highly collectable. I didn't become interested in them at all until I saw this one. From the Swiss Canton of Glarus. Had to buy it. I've bought a few since, but none of them are quite so colourful. Amazing though it may seem, the toning is indeed natural and is one of those occasions where it just seems to blend in with the coin.
  2. Listed on eBay starting 8:00 pm Sunday, Jan. 15 and ending 8:00 pm Sunday, Jan 22 Auction opens at $9.99 Basel 1869 Swiss Shooting Thaler/Taler 5 Fr. Federal Sch├╝tzenfest R92a/M56a (without rays between sword and legs) Metal: Silver Size: 38mm Engraver: Eduard Durussel / Landerer / Federal Mint, Bern Rarity: H Mintage: 30,000 pieces
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