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Lot 888    SESSION 4 (4.30PM TUESDAY 23RD MARCH)    Australian Historical Medals

Estimate $150
SOLD $110

JAMES COOK, Kill'd By The Indians At O'Why-Hee, 1979, set of three in bronze, silver and gilded (57mm) (C.1979/8) (3), edges impressed, '* The Metropolitan Coin Club Of Sydney * 1728-1978 *** 1779-1979 *' the bronze and silver 'No. 4 *', and the gilded, 'No. C 4 *'. In case of issue, uncirculated. (set of 3)

Ex Dr W.J.D.Mira Collection.

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