2023 Christmas Fox Medallion

2023 Christmas Fox Medallion


  • Engraving

    Please check the box if you wish to have the medallion engraved on the reverse. The cost is $20 for up to the first 20 characters, and $.50 per character after that.

    • 20 $

    We can engrave up to 100 characters. For more than that, please call us.
    If you chose to have your medallion engraved, the reverse will be blank with your personalized message engraved.

    For medallions that are not Christmas ornaments, this can add 2-3 weeks manufacturing time.

    • .5 $
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Our Christmas medallion will be available in late March. The blue on the artwork indicates the polished areas on the finished coin.

Tired of spending hours looking for a Christmas gift every year just to get something that the person doesn’t use? Well, it’s a good thing you found us! This item checks off all the boxes to be a perfect gift. This is unique, it encapsulates the Christmas spirit, and it is something that your loved one will use for years to come! It even can be personalized for that special person by utilizing our engravable reverse. We come out with new designs every year so this can be a recurring gift. We want to make Christmas shopping as easy as possible. Start this tradition and you’ll never have to think of a new gift again!

This Christmas Fox coin ornament is dated 2023. It is available in golden bronze, 1 ounce .999 fine silver, 1 oz single gold relief (24k plating on front of the silver coin) and 1 oz. double gold relief (24k gold plating on both sides). It is similar in size to a silver dollar and is packaged in a Christmas airtight container made for hanging, along with a red or green trim ring and gift box. The reverse is blank and your personalized message can be engraved.

The Christmas tree has been a symbol of Christmas for about 200 years. But 300 years before that, in the 1500’s, “Christmas Talers” (Christmas coins) made of gold or silver were given to children by their godparents and could be worn as jewelry or melted down in time of need.

From the English we get a story to explain the hanging of stockings from the fireplace mantel. Father Christmas once dropped some gold coins while coming down the chimney, The coins would have fallen in the ash and been lost if they hadn’t landed in a stocking that was hung up to dry!Since that time children have continued to hang up stockings in hopes of finding them filled with gifts. 

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