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Lot 2854    SESSION 11 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH MARCH)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $150
SOLD $140

MEDALETS, a small collection from 1887 - 1995, noted Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 1897, in silver (24mm) (C.1897/87); Good Luck to Australian Bushmen, 1900, in silver (23mm) (C.1900/3); Federated Australia, 1901, in white metal (37x41mm) (C.1901/30); a variety of other issues (22); also Voyages of Captain Cook medal in proof sterling silver, issued 1978 by Franklin Mint (FML) (38mm); Presbyterian Fellowship badges (2, one male, one female type); South Sydney High School Prefect badge, in enamel and silvered, by W.Kerr; Australian five dollars, 1988 for Opening of Parliament House. Poor - FDC. (30)

Ex John Houstone Collection.

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