1926 Olympic Trials Boxing Gold Medal 27.6 grams, 44mm. Struck in 10 karat gold by the Dingwall Company, the obverse features a gowned female figure resembling a Greek goddess ascending and holding a wreath in her right hand. AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF CANADA is above, CHAMPIONSHIPS is below and left of her right foot; reverse: plain surface with DINGWALL 10K at the bottom. It is engraved: DOMINION BOXING / CHAMPIONSHIPS / OLYMPIC TRIALS / 1926 / V.GLIONNA / 118 LBS / TORONTO. It is well preserved and shows a matte finish overall with deep honey-golden color. A rare opportunity for the collector of Olympic memorabilia.Vincent "Vince" Franklin Glionna (February 4, 1906 – October 31, 1973) was a Canadian boxer who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics. He was born in Toronto. He was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the bantamweight class after losing his fight to the eventual bronze medalist Harry Isaacs of South Africa.

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1926 Olympic Trials Boxing Gold Medal
27.6 grams, 44mm. Struck in 10 karat gold by the Dingwall Company, the obverse features a gowned female figure resembling a Greek goddess ascending and holding a wreath in her right hand. AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF CANADA is above, CHAMPIONSHIPS is below and left of her right foot; reverse: plain surface with DINGWALL 10K at the bottom. It is engraved: DOMINION BOXING / CHAMPIONSHIPS / OLYMPIC TRIALS / 1926 / V.GLIONNA / 118 LBS / TORONTO. It is well preserved and shows a matte finish overall with deep honey-golden color. A rare opportunity for the collector of Olympic memorabilia.

Vincent "Vince" Franklin Glionna (February 4, 1906 – October 31, 1973) was a Canadian boxer who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics. He was born in Toronto. He was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the bantamweight class after losing his fight to the eventual bronze medalist Harry Isaacs of South Africa.

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1926 Olympic Trials Boxing Gold Medal
27.6 grams, 44mm. Struck in 10 karat gold by the Dingwall Company, the obverse features a gowned female figure resembling a Greek goddess ascending and holding a wreath in her right hand. AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF CANADA is above, CHAMPIONSHIPS is below and left of her right foot; reverse: plain surface with DINGWALL 10K at the bottom. It is engraved: DOMINION BOXING / CHAMPIONSHIPS / OLYMPIC TRIALS / 1926 / V.GLIONNA / 118 LBS / TORONTO. It is well preserved and shows a matte finish overall with deep honey-golden color. A rare opportunity for the collector of Olympic memorabilia.

Vincent "Vince" Franklin Glionna (February 4, 1906 – October 31, 1973) was a Canadian boxer who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics. He was born in Toronto. He was eliminated in the quarter-finals of the bantamweight class after losing his fight to the eventual bronze medalist Harry Isaacs of South Africa. Extremely Fine, edge marks
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