Australian Historical Medals (1788-1885)
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COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, medal for Capturing Bushrangers, (c1851), in silver (38mm), unawarded, obverse, Queen Victoria bust left, J.C.T. on truncation, Granted For Faithful and Distinguished Services, reverse, Colony of New South Wales and unofficial Coats of Arms. Obverse with die break. Good very fine and extremely rare.
Ex Philip Kennedy Sale 1973 26 (lot M1). The earliest die struck medal in New South Wales and J.C.Thornthwaite's first production.
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COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, medal for Capturing Bushrangers, (c1851), in silver (38mm), unawarded, obverse, ...