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Lot 1014    Session 4 (4.30pm Wednesday)    Aust Historical Medals

Estimate $150
SOLD $230

MELBOURNE BURNS SOCIETY, medalet in sterling silver (30mm) by Wingfield & Hermann, Melbourne. Nearly very fine and rare.

Melbourne Burns Society established 25 January 1901.

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