Scottish Football Alliance winner's gold medal for the Reserve League's Rangers, from the 1931-1932 season. Obverse features victory goddess Nike in relief, with the name ''E.B. Weir'' engraved to lower right. To reverse are scrolls reading, ''Rangers F.C. / Alliance / Championship / 1931-32'', surrounding the City of Glasgow Coat of Arms, bearing its motto, ''Let Flourish Glasgow''.
Medal bears hallmarks of ''375'' (9K gold) as well as a small g within a square, sideways anchor within a square and captial H, also within a square, plus the Vaughton & Sons name and ''V&S'' mark. Measures just over 1'' in diameter. Weighs half an ounce at 14 grams. Copper is a main ingredient in 9K. gold and lends a rose tone to medal. Near fine.