I stumbled onto these medals by going to the Texas Renaissance Festival in Plantersville, Texas all the way back in 1974. In 1991 and again 1992 on the outer ring of booths Ron Landis had erected/established the Royal Mint and was actively hawking his medals at the festival and I had one struck by him and Joe Rust. Then I found about his Screw press strikes of other festivals and with due diligence I found one of his silver medals amd became a fan of his work since then. Here's the first one and there have been a lot more since but this is one of the first.6 years ago
That is a beautiful medal!6 years ago
I realy like it6 years ago
That's a neat medal, but ... what happened to the other "favorite medal" thread? I had posted to that one, but now the thread appears to be gone. Hmmm.
It's still there. Just click on the "View Forum" button and scroll down.6 years ago
Ah, I see it now. Thanks. So this is a redundant thread. :(
And it is redundant because the administrators are burying the old threads so new folks like the OP of this thread don't see them. Double :(
Why not design the forum page like everyone else (CU, NGC, etc.) does and list the threads chronologically since that is what most of us are used to???
True, that would be more efficient.6 years ago
That's a great idea. Why not contact the ANA?6 years ago
Since I have never been on those pages or forums you mentioned I guess I don't know any better. Maybe a comment on the theme would be better than snipping at the stuff in place. What about your favorite medal?6 years ago