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Lot 2929    SESSION 11 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH MARCH)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $120
SOLD $90

THE BICENTENNIAL OF THE "FIRST FLEETERS", 1987, in silver (edge number 0568), gilded and bronze (51mm) (C.1988/B301), by Ian Stewart; also The First Fleet Re-Enactment Voyage England to Australia official medal, 1987-88, in proof sterling silver (37mm) (C.1988/B299), another identical but uncirculated in cupro nickel, by Sandhill (Bullion) Limited, England for Sherwood Numismatics Melbourne. In cases of issue, a few of these with a spot of foxing, the gilded medal with verdigris spotting on rim, otherwise uncirculated. (5)

Ex Wal Shannon Collection.

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