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    Hello, I hope this finds you each numismatic in great shape and good will.......I am looking for some professional advice and I am believing I am in the right place. Gentlemen, and Ladies, if so......I have come across this 1965 Churchill commemorative coin and need some guidance. I have done extremely thorough research on this coin as well as the BOAC Cunard lines. From all of this research I still cannot ascertain whether this coin is common mintage or is a found Satin Finish. I do know that this coin was given as a VIP gift to an unknown person of notoriety that either sailed the cruise-line or flew BOAC Cunard, as the 2 did not merge until 1962. I have researched every available flyer and newspaper that was published in that era and cannot find any mention of this piece being bestowed upon a guest or guests. Please examinme the pictures I have included and I beg your professional and forthright opinions. Thank you so much for your time and your future guidance. Please feel free to contact me at any time with concerns. I am located in California, USA and there isn't much information on this side of the pond. Thank you again! Jay B. jaybart55@yahoo.com