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Lot 2857    SESSION 11 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH MARCH)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $100
SOLD $250

TOWERS PASTORAL AGRICULTURAL & MINING ASSOCIATION, undated (1889), struck in silver (48x4mm) thick planchet, no maker's name (Hardy Bros), brooch pin-back with safety chain, reverse inscribed 'Awarded to/E.Monahgan/2nd Prize/Shorthorn Cow/& 3 of her progeny/1889' (A&C.p225). Edge nicks, very fine.

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