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Medal - Channel 7 Sport, Essendon versus Hawthorn, HSV 7, Victoria, Australia, 1985 Numismatics Reg. No: NU 20654

Summary:
Australia Victoria
"7" Sport, Essendon V's Hawthorn 1985 (AD)
Mint: Brim Medallions
Other Details: Channel 7 Sport medallion, issued to commemorate the Essendon versus Hawthorn football game in 1985 at VFL Park. Essendon played Hawthorn in the Grand Final. The final score was Essendon 26. 14 (170) defeated Hawthorn 14. 8 (92). HSV-7 was established in Melbourne in 1956 by the Herald and Weekly Times newspaper consortium, and later expanded to include television stations established in the other states. Today it has wide media interests.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Emil Hafner, 1985
Discipline: Numismatics
Dimensions: 51 mm (Diameter)
Weight: 55.377 g (Weight)

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Tagged with: australian rules football, celebrations, media, sport, victoria sesquicentenary 1985
Themes this item is part of: HSV 7 (Channel 7), Television Station, Leisure Collection, Public Life & Institutions Collection
Primary Classification: MEDALS
Secondary Classification: Commemorative
Tertiary Classification: sport
Series: Commemorative
DateEra: 1985 AD
Obverse Description: At centre 7 surrounded by a large O from SPORT; around, ESSENDON V HAWTHORN * VFL PARK *
Reverse Description: Sesquicentenary logo above, VICTORIA 150 / GROWING TOGETHER 1984-5 / BRIM MELB
Inscriptions: (edge)
At centre 7 surrounded by a large O from SPORT; around, ESSENDON V HAWTHORN * VFL PARK * (obverse)
Sesquicentenary logo above, VICTORIA 150 / GROWING TOGETHER 1984-5 / BRIM MELB (reverse)
Shape: round
Material: Gilt
Issued By: HSV 7, Victoria, Australia
Mint: Brim Medallions (Mint)
Organisation Named: HSV 7, Australia

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