How do you find information on old commemorative medallions?
You could start by searching the Coins section at Ebay and the other related links below, which are Exonumia, the Token and Medal Society, and the Coin Club. == == Commemorative Coins can be found in the current US Coins Red Book by R. S. Yeoman. For Commemorative Medallions, you would need to look at a book about tokens and medals. There is a group called the Orders And Medals Society of America. This is a group of collectors that collects medallions and are a wealth of knowledge and they may be able to help you. They also go by the acronym OMSA. (see related link below)
Presumably you refer to the bronze medallions designed and produced by 13 year old Daniel Hendy to help assist the farming families effected by the 2001 British "Foot and Mouth" outbreak. The medallions were originally sold for £6 GBP each, a total quantity of 1,000 medallions. There appears to be no information available on these medallions, but since there were only 1,000 made, I suggest that they are collectible and have some value beyond their…
How Old is OLD? If you're looking at something pre-1900, try Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms. There is some information in the Blue Book of Gun Values on the Models 1907, 1915 and 1917, but very little. If you can find these two books in your library, browse through the indexes of other books on the same shelf and you should find something.
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Information needed on an Apollo 13 commemorative coin 3 astronauts on one side includes Swigert who was replaced by Mattingly thought they were destroyed and reissued also what value?
Mattingly was apparently replaced by Swigert (not the other way round) after the former was found to have been exposed to German measles. Some of these "scarcer" medallions recently have been on Ebay, featuring Mattingly's name instead of Swigert's. However the design of the Moon's surface on the reverse of these coins seems to be more modern-looking, in contrast to the old-style Moon surface as seen on earlier Galaxy Mint coins. Maybe they did re-issue…