Medallion/Souvenir Lot

Currency:CAD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:40.00 CAD Estimated At:80.00 - 100.00 CAD
Medallion/Souvenir Lot
110.00CAD+ (22.00) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2021 Aug 14 @ 20:46UTC-4 : AST/EDT

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(1)-Masonic Medallion, Columbia Preceptory No.34, Vancouver B.C., Chartered May 23rd, 1895. Al, 38mm; (2)-Medallet or Fob, Obv: “1919” at top, scene of Vancouver Harbour at centre, dove above, with banner “Peace”, Coat of Arms below, with “By Sea & Land We Prosper“; Rev: “Greater Vancouver Peace Celebration, Vancouver, B.C., Canada July 19-Aug. 3 & 4, 1919, His Worship, R.H. Gale, Honorary Chairman”; Ae, 40mm x 30mm, O.B. Allan, Vancouver B.C., loop at top slightly bent; (3)-Obv: “Jubilee of Confederation”, “1867.CANADA.1927”, Coat of Arms of Canada at centre; Rev: “Don’t Argue”, “Compliments of Con Jones, Vancouver, B.C.”, at centre, man putting his hand over another’s mouth; Al, 35mm, Greene#U4530b, with some glue residue;(4)- Souvenir spoon for Cowansville, Quebec, probably made in 1908, as it has a 1908 five cents silver incorporated in the design of the handle, with a crown above. The handle is marked Sterling. The obverse of the coin has some scratches. Possibly made as an RCM souvenir or to celebrate the Tercentenary of the founding of Quebec. However, on September 19th, 1908, Federal Conservative leader R.L. Borden visited Cowansville and a huge picnic was hosted for him, in celebration of his visit. It was the largest gathering the town had ever seen. It is possible that souvenir spoons were made up to sell to visitors on this occasion; Total of 4 pcs.