Mercedes F1 2014 F1 medals awarded to the members of the Mercedes F1 team to commemorate there 2014 championship win
You are bidding on a very rare item:
Mercedes F1 2014 F1 medals awarded to the members of the Mercedes F1 team to commemorate there 2014 championship win.
There are 18 medals, 16 for the race wins, detailing the result and a map of the track and 2 larger medals for the drivers and constructors championship. The medals are solid titanium. These are very rare and were never available to the public and come from a team member. Limited edition of 1550.
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