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Lot 2471    SESSION 5 (2.00PM WEDNESDAY 29TH JULY)    British Historical Medals

Estimate $40

DEATH OF JOSEPH PRIESTLEY, 1804, in white metal (56mm), by Halliday, bust facing left, obverse, extensive legend, reverse, (BHM 563). Good very fine.

Joseph Priestley, nonconformist theologian and chemist, most famous as the discoverer of oxygen.

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