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Medal - Melbourne Juvenile Industrial Exhibition, Victoria, Australia, 1888 Numismatics Reg. No: NU 42846

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Australia Victoria Melbourne
Melbourne Juvenile Industrial Exhibition 1888(AD)
Description:
Obverse: Head of Queen Victoria; around: AUSTRALIA'S CENTENARY
Reverse: Coat of arms. Around: JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION * MELBOURNE 1888 *
Discipline: Numismatics
Dimensions: 1 mm (Height), 21 mm (Width), 20 mm (Length), 19 mm (Diameter)

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Tagged with: exhibitions
Themes this item is part of: Public Life & Institutions Collection, HM Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
Primary Classification: MEDALS
Secondary Classification: Commemorative
Tertiary Classification: exhibitions
DateEra: 1888 AD
Obverse Description: Head of Victoria. Around: AUSTRALIA'S CENTENARY
Reverse Description: Coat of arms. Around: JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION * MELBOURNE 1888 *
Inscriptions: AUSTRALIA'S CENTENARY
JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION MELBOURNE 1888
Shape: Round with loop
Material: Silver
Issued By: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1888
Person Depicted: HM Queen Victoria, England, Great Britain, 1888

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References: Not listed in Carlisle

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Alf McKelvie Posted on 20 May 2010 7:20 PM
Do you have any information on the McKelvie Milk cart which I believe was exhibited at this exhibition
Discovery Centre Posted on 22 May 2010 12:28 PM
Museum Victoria Comment
Hi Alf. Ohinemuri Regional History Journal (NZ) indicates that it was actually a model of a milk cart, built by George McKelvie, that was exhibited at the 1888 Juvenile Exhibition and actually won a first prize. There is some indication that the cart is now at the Paeroa Museum and you may wish to contact them to see if they have any further information. You can also look at the Official Catalogue at the State Library of Victoria to further investigate this.

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