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    Large and Unusual Shaped Medals. Included are: huge (110 mm.), uniface Louis Philippe medal in bronze; Harding medal, 77 mm., bronze; 1899 singing medal awarded to Hortense Abbott by the Royal Academy of Music, 41 mm., bronze, in original purple box; 1919 Clemenceau medal, 110 mm., bronze; rectangular medal from the 1920s with BOEFJE on the obverse--a barefoot boy, a rabbit eating in the background, and a headmaster with chin whiskers, on the reverse is ANNIE VAN EES, a full figure of a woman with bobbed hair, silver, patina, 41 mm. x 61 mm.; blank high jump medal in bronze, 46 mm.; and a strip of zinc coated steel used to strike 1943 cents, 97 mm. x 145 mm.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 1998
    24th-25th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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