The correct title for the product, with MedalBook’s formatting. Please consider the type, division, class and composition (for versions) if you are editing the title. Items often have several
For the relevant history of the product. Please make all description contributions on the MAIN product page.
For technical information about the product or version including rarity, size discrepancies, composition quality, facts about designer, stamps, maker’s marks etc.
A visual image of the item, most often ordered as obverse, reverse, then details. The image(s) must be legally allowed on the site before receiving approval.
Identify what is pictured in each image including the obverse, reverse, detail, hinge, pin, makers mark, date etc.
“Image courtesy of” is automatically generated. Please enter the name of the source. Ex. “John Doe” or “JDoe, Wikipedia”
Identify the source and ensure it is copyright free. Ex. “The image of the Bronze Star is attributed to John Doe. It is from his personal collection.” “The image is of the Bronze Star is attributed to JDoe at Wikipedia and is in the public domain [add link to Wikipedia page].”