Bronce. Oval. Coined by the House of the Currency. Obverse: Ship "Francisco de Asis" with inscription "May 28, 1858". Reverse: Monogram with the letter "Y2F" on two anchors. On top, Royal Crown articulated. Only 2.329 were made/grabted. *Not make an offer allowed.
Oval and minted in bronze. Only 600 pieces were made. Obverse: Numancia Frigate sailing on Globe with inscription "The first who went arround the world in an armoured ship". Reverse: Inscription "Spanish war Frigate Numancia. February 4, 1865 - Spetember 20, 1867". Engraver: G. Sellán. Weight: 25grs. Dimension: 42mm x 30'5mm. *Not "make an offer" allowed.
Circular. Bronze. Awarded to the naval troops that bombed the fortresses of El Callao. Only 4.000 were made. Obverse: Bust of Elizabeth II. Reverse: Shield with the inscription "Callao Mai 2th, 1866". Engraver "G.Sellán". Original red ribbon. Not "make an offer" allowed. Weight: 18'49 grs. Diameter: 30mm.
Circular Medal. Silver. Obverse with bust of Isabel II between laurel bouquets and border with inscription "Africa Campaign 1860". Reverse with inscription "Serrallo - Sierra Bullones - Torre Martín - Los Castillejos - Monte Negro y Asmir - Cabo Negro - Keleli - Tetuan - Larache y Arcila - Samsa - Uad Ras" (name of battles). Royal crown articulated with...
Humanitarian Order of the Holy Cross and Victims of the May 2, 1808. Medal in silver. Obverse with four-armed cross enameled in red, over crossed cannons and bullets. Bordered with laurel wreath. Reverse flat. Original ribbon in red, with frame in black. Dimension: 22mm x 13mm.