When I first saw these medallions, I just knew they had to join my collection. Now that I have them, I can see just how phenomenal they are.
The first thing to notice is that they are huge--both are 80mm in diameter. They each weigh more than 300g (Unicorn 310g; Athena 309g). They are easily the largest and heaviest medallions in my growing collection.
The reverse of each medallion has a statement in French that reads:
Cette oeuvre de salvador dali a ete frappee dans les ateliers de la monnaie de paris au mois de mars 1967 pour le compte du club francais de la medaille ce tirage etant limite a cent cinquante exemplaires d'argent au premier titre numerotes de 1 a 150I don't speak French, so I used an online translator to assemble this translation:
Both medallions are limited to 150 of each; the Dionysos is number 40 of 150, and the Unicorn is number 37 of 150.
I estimate that each medallion is worth a minimum of $400.