Japan Expo '70 Medallions
A set of three medallions struck to commemorate the World Exposition in Osaka Japan in 1970.
A design resembling a five petalled flower. Designed by Shigeo Fukuda?
Each medallion has a different reverse design symbolising a different theme, and by a different Japanese artist.
Designed to symbolise the never-ending progress of mankind and its conquest of space in the second half of the 20th Century. By Kohei Sugiura.
As the budding tree shows eternal growth, so does this medal signify the spirit of prosperity and harmony on mankind. By Churyo Sato.
- Bronze or Copper
This medal is dedicated to man reaching out towards space subsuming the endless progress of the 20th Century and praying for the harmony of peace and goodwill of mankind. By Shigeo Fukuda.
The edges are plain.
Notes on Table
Diameter = Diameter in millimetres.
Weight = Weight in grams.
Prices & Availability
Description||Availability||Price £||Price $
Set of all Three||Yes||£125||$200
Copper or Bronze||Yes||£10||$15
Alloy = millesimal fineness, and carats.
Fine gold content = troy ounces.
Postage & Packing
UK Registered Post (Special Delivery) £9 per order
EU Insured Post £10 per order
USA Airmail $10,
Insured Shipping $20
Canada Airmail $15,
Insured Shipping $30