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Medal to commemorate the opening of the first Federal Parliament and the Commonwealth celebrations, May 1901 [2] [realia]
Bib ID 3622051
Format ObjectObject [realia]
Description 1901 
1 medal : gold metal ; length 3.5 cm. 
Series

Medals to commemorate the opening of the first Federal Parliament and the Commonwealth celebrations, May 1901

Summary

Presented to Sir George Turner (1851-1916), Premier and Treasurer of Victoria, (1894-1899, 1900) and Commonwealth Treasurer (1901-1906).

Notes

Part of: Medals to commemorate the opening of the first Federal Parliament and the Commonwealth celebrations, May 1901

Subjects Australia. Parliament -- Anniversaries, etc.  |  Medals -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Anniversaries, etc.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1901-1945.
Exhibited Exhibited: Parliament House Canberra, 1994-2000. 

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