50 years after the soccer World Cup final between England and Germany the score is still under discussion. The "Goal or no goal?" question may never be answered unequivocally.
The inner part of the commemorative "Wembley 1966" medal" interprets the decisive goal area scene. The front for the coins is commsioned from German sender "Degussa" and shows the ball on the line: So no goal! : The back of the coin commissioned from the English sender "Sharps Pixley" situates the ball behind: Goal!
The unique character "Wembley 1966" is a one ounce sold fine silver medal. Due to the so-called turning stamping the coin with players, goal and goal line is exactly the same in the horizontal rotation between thumb and forefinger. Only the ball "moves". In the preparation process, the medal is embossed repeatedly with specially polished dies and thus offered in quality "proof".
Diameter: 40.3 mm
Strength: 2.6 mm
Material: Fine silver 999.0 / 1000.0
Weight: 1 ounce (31.1035 g)
preparation: coined / Proof