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Lot 566    SESSION 2 (2.00PM TUESDAY 28TH JULY)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $100

THE 'CANTATA' MEDAL, 1885, in silver (25.5mm) uninscribed. Edge knock on obverse at 3 o'clock, nearly very fine.

It is thought eight hundred of these medals were struck by the Melbourne Mint for the choristers at the Melbourne International Exhibition 1880-81.

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