Olympics & Other
Athletic
Medals & Badges
1935 Athletic meet in Budapest commemorative belt buckle. 'Japan Student
Track and Field Federation, Dispatch to Europe.' The red insignia is enameled.
A rare 1936 Berlin Olympics two-part badge with silk ribbon.
The swastika is sewn on and is made of felt. The
suspension badge reads 'WILLKOMMEN' and has a border
of swastikas. The main badge reads 'XI Olympiade.'
A rare 1936 Berlin Olympics two-part badge with silk ribbon. The swastika is sewn
on and is made of felt. The suspension badge reads 'WILLKOMMEN' and has a
border of swastikas. The main badge reads 'XI Olympiade 1936 Berlin
Deutshchlands.' This case is not fitted to the medal, but they were together when I
found them. A label inside the case reads 'Frerrel Berlin.']
A rare 1936 Berlin Olympics badge with silk ribbon. The
circular ribbon and center ribbon appear to have been blue
originally, but they have faded. The center ribbon reads
'WILLKOMMEN'. The main badge reads 'XI Olympiade 1936
Berlin Deutshchlands.' This case is not fitted to the medal,
but they were together when I found them. A label inside the
case reads 'Frerrel Berlin.'
A rare 1936 Berlin Olympics Japanese flag enamel
pin badge.
A rare 1936 Berlin Olympics Japanese belt buckle commemorating the
athletes. Inscribed in Japanese on the reverse: '11th Olympics, Dispatched
Athletes Commemorative, [Imperial Year] 2596 [1936].'
Enameled West German and Japanese flags. Athletic meet official's badge
and ribbon, dated 1954. Held in Osaka Japan.
Tokyo 1964 Olympics Bronze & Silver Commemorative medals in
separate plastic cases. The silver medal is .925 (.125 bronze).
There is also a .750 gold medal.
A rare 1936 Berlin Olympics Japanese belt buckle commemorating
the athletes. The obverse has the Nazi Olympics symbol in the
center and a Japanese flag on either side.
Inscribed in Japanese on the reverse: '11th Olympics, Dispatched
Athletes Commemorative, [Imperial Year] 2596 [1936].'

The cardboard box was found with the buckle, but I'm not sure if it
is original. (I am assuming it isn't.)
1936 Berlin Olympics commemorative watch fob. Inscribed 'The Glory that is Japan, [Imperial Year] 2596 [1936].'
Japan Mint medal celebrating the 1964 Olympic Games. This medal was
issued by the national police department and probably awarded to
policemen who performed some sort of duty at the games. Inscribed
'18th Olympic Games, Tokyo Tournament Commemorative, Kyoto Large
Exhibition, Showa 39 [1964] October, Metropolitan Police Department.'
The medal is hallmarked 'Japan Mint manufacture.'
Plastic case.
Four small enamel Olympic pins.
Not sure what the colors signify.
Montreal 1976 Olympics.
Sapporo 1972 Winter Olympics.
Bronze medal. Hallmarked by the Japanese Mint.
Rare 1964 Tokyo Olympics commemorative belt buckle for judo.
24 karat gold plated. Original case.
Seoul Olympics cased bronze badge.
Barcelona Olympics cased bronze badge.
1994 Lillehammer Olympics bronze commemorative medal.
The medal has a signature that reads 'S. Onda.'
The medal itself measures about 5 cm diameter.
1996 Atlanta Olympics bronze commemorative medal.
The medal has a signature that reads 'S. Onda.'
The medal itself measures about 5.5 cm square.
Two athletic meet badges modeled on the 1936 Berlin Olympics design logo. Inscribed '4th Hyogo Track and Field
Tournament, Showa 11 [1936] September 20. Sponsored by Hyogo Track and Field Association.'
Inscribed '4th Kyoto Track and Field Athlete Qualification Tournament, 2596 [1936]. Sponsored by Kyoto Track and
Field Association.'
Somewhat scarce 1964 Tokyo Olympics commemorative medal.
Designed by Hata, one of the most famous medal designers in Japan.
Measures about 5 cm diameter.
Very rare 1936 Berlin Olympics-related aluminum badge.
The obverse has the Olympic rings and the German phrase 'I call the youth of the world.' This phrase was
inscribed on the Bell Tower made specifically for the 1936 Olympics.
The reverse says 'university.'
The inscription reads '1964 Tokyo Olympics. Shinjuku Ward. Commemorating the Passing of the Olympic torch.'