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Lot 2481    SESSION 5 (2.00PM WEDNESDAY 29TH JULY)    British Historical Medals

Estimate $140
SOLD $100

QUEEN VICTORIA, Visit to the City of London, 1837, in bronze (61mm) by J.Barber, obverse, bust left, reverse, Victoria seated beneath a canopy welcomed by the Lord Mayor, City Arms above (BHM 1772, Eimer 1303). Areas of corrosion on obverse, otherwise nearly extremely fine.

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