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Reference Name BOS1398

2 views of a medal, one of about 100 struck "to commemorate the opening of Fosdyke Bridge by the Right Honourable the Earl of Ancaster, 31.03.1911"; view 16 (obverse) shows the heads of King George V and Queen Mary; view 17 (reverse) shows the inscription; accompanying note reads "on the day the bridge was opened they (the schoolchildren) were given tea and each child was presented with a medal"

Quantity: 2

Location: Fosdyke

Location: bridges

Location: medals

Last updated: 04-November-2015 15:39:55

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