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Lot 2873    SESSION 11 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH MARCH)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $100
SOLD $100

PRIZE FOBS, c1909, in silver, four different, two unnamed both with kangaroo in hallmark, another by W.Kerr inscribed on reverse, 'P.S.A.A.A.' and the last inscribed on the reverse, 'T.A.B.C./3rd Prize/Won by/O.Hauenstein/20.10.09', this last fob with a gold shield affixed to the obverse. Good very fine. (4)

PSAAA is the acronym for Public Schools Athletics Association of Australia.

Ex John Houstone Collection.

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