Sydney Harbour Bridge commemorative medallion

Made in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1932.

Medallion, commemorative, opening of Sydney Harbour Bridge, gilded bronze, Australia, 1932

Circular medallion of gilded bronze. One side of the medallion depicts an image of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with a boat located in the water below, the other side depicts a statue of Captain James Cook with the harbour, lighthouse and sunset.

Summary

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Medallion, commemorative, opening of Sydney Harbour Bridge, gilded bronze, Australia, 1932

Circular medallion of gilded bronze. One side of the medallion depicts an image of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with a boat located in the water below, the other side depicts a statue of Captain James Cook with the harbour, lighthouse and sunset.

Production

This medallion was designed and produced to coincide with the official opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932. The designer and manufacturer are unknown.
1932

Source

Gift of Martin Daniel Coin Dealers, 1988
28 November, 1988

Cite this Object

Sydney Harbour Bridge commemorative medallion 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 June 2017, <https://ma.as/81769>
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