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N15018-1 Medal, School children's Victory medal, NSW, 1945, red/white/blue ribbon.. Click to enlarge.

Medal, School children’s Victory medal, NSW, 1945, red/white/blue ribbon.

Made in New South Wales, Australia, 1945.

Medal, School children’s Victory medal, NSW, 1945, red/white/blue ribbon.

Summary

Object No.

N15018-1

Object Statement

Medal, School children's Victory medal, NSW, 1945, red/white/blue ribbon.

Physical Description

Medal, School children's Victory medal, NSW, 1945, red/white/blue ribbon.

Production

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Medal, School children's Victory medal, NSW, 1945, red/white/blue ribbon. 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 June 2019, <https://ma.as/295246>

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