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image005_28129.jpgNumismatic Association of Victoria Medallion, 1962 Papua (Obverse)110 viewsThis medallion was issued to commemorate 60 years of Australian administration of Papua.

This 38 mm diameter medallion was designed by W E Curran and struck by K G Luke, Melbourne in the following metals:

Sterling Silver- 50, numbered 1 to 50
Bronze - 50, numbered 51 to 100

Carlisle reference C1962/2

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Medal_No5_Rev.jpgNumismatic Association of Victoria Medallion, 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne (Reverse)117 viewsThis medallion was issued to commemorate the Olympic Games in Melbourne in 1956.

This 38 mm diameter medallion was designed and struck by K G Luke, Melbourne in the following metals:

Sterling silver - 60, numbered 1 to 60
Oxidised bronze - 40, numbered 61 to 100

Carlisle reference C-1956/6

Seven trial strikes are known to exist in lead.
May 01, 2014
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Medal_No5_Obv.jpgNumismatic Association of Victoria Medallion, 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne (Obverse)132 viewsThis 38 mm diameter medallion was designed and struck by K G Luke, Melbourne in the following metals:

Sterling silver - 60, numbered 1 to 60
Oxidised bronze - 40, numbered 61 to 100

Carlisle reference C-1956/6

The obverse design features an ancient Greek coin showing the head of Bacchus (rather than the head of Zeus) with an olive branch and the legend “XVI ΟΛΥΜΡΙΝΑ Melbourne” – an interesting mixture of Latin, Greek, and English.

May 01, 2014
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image012.jpgNumismatic Association of Victoria Medallion, Melbourne General Post Office Centenary (Reverse)124 viewsThis 38 mm diameter medallion was designed by W E Curran (of the NAV) and struck by K G Luke, Melbourne in the following metals:

Oxidised silver - 30, numbered 41 to 70
Bronze - 40, numbered 1 to 40

Carlisle reference C1959/4

A lead trial strike exists showing both obverse and reverse. An official presentation of a bronze medallion was made to the Postal Department.
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image008.jpgNumismatic Association of Victoria Medallion, Melbourne General Post Office Centenary (Reverse)119 viewsThis 38 mm diameter medallion was designed by W E Curran (of the NAV) and struck by K G Luke, Melbourne in the following metals:

Oxidised silver - 30, numbered 41 to 70
Bronze - 40, numbered 1 to 40

Carlisle reference C1959/4

The obverse design features two shields, the left with a view of the Melbourne GPO in 1859 and the right with a view of the building in 1959, with a representation of mercury (Roman messenger of the gods); the legend below the shields is “. NUMISMATIC . ASSN . OF . VICTORIA”
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image006_28129.jpgNumismatic Association of Victoria Medallion, 1962 Papua (Reverse)123 viewsThis medallion was issued to commemorate 60 years of Australian administration of Papua.

Sterling Silver- 50, numbered 1 to 50
Bronze - 50, numbered 51 to 100

Carlisle reference C1962/2

There is known to exist two trial strikes, each of the obverse and reverse. The "Pidgin English" on the reverse has been criticised as being incorrect.
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