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Lot 2927    SESSION 11 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH MARCH)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $100
SOLD $70

AUSTRALIAN EXPLORERS, Sir John Franklin Arctic Explorer, 1987, in bronze (64mm) (C.1987/5), edge number 053, by Tasmanian Numismatic Society; Charles Sturt, c1969, in bronze (51mm) (C.C/4), edge number 103, and John Oxley, c1968, in bronze (51mm) (C.J/1), edge number 149, both by Numismatic Association of Victoria; also an issue by John Pinches, Matthew Flinders Australian Coast Surveyed, in sterling silver (44mm); and another by The Birmingham Mint, Stuart Reaches the Geographic Centre of Australia, undated ingot, in sterling silver (24x50mm). The first with edge fault at 5 o'clock, otherwise uncirculated. (5)

Ex Wal Shannon Collection.

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