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Lot 536    Session 2 (11.30am Wednesday)    Session 2 (11.30am Wednesday)

Estimate $150

MELBOURNE, 1956, Australian Equestrain Team Supporter, oval metal badge (c.1950's), (29mm), horse and rider jumping centre, green, gold, red, white, blue and black coluring, by Stokes, Melbourne; Angus & Coote, Jewellers, official time keepers 1956 Olympiad, medalet (2) aluminium (27mm); Moscow, 1980, shield shaped banner (150x95mm) featuring the official Moscow bear mascot; Los Angeles 1984, Olympic official? souvenir medal (38mm) in case of issue; Atlanta 1996 commemorative medal (3); Sydney 2000, supporters medal (4), three years to go pin (4) large colour poster 'Share the Spirit' Commonwealth Games, Perth 1962, blue and white enamel badge (19mm), Northern Ireland team enamel badge; Christchurch 1974 medallion (35mm) aluminium, commemorating the Royal Visit and the Commonwealth Games; Australia 1982 medallion (31mm); Victoria 1994, supporters medal. Mostly extremely fine - uncirculated, the first rare. (21)

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