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Canada: Boer War: Queen Victoria and Six Generals / Coat of Arms of Canada

Canada: Boer War: Queen Victoria and Six Generals / Coat of Arms of CanadaCanada: Boer War: Queen Victoria and Six Generals / Coat of Arms of Canada
Form: Circular with two attached lugs for link rings presumably to a suspension bar.
By: ?
Date: 1900
Ref:  Laidlaw: 0570b;
Variations:
SizeMetalMassValue
35.9 mmBrass18.5 gm$65

Edge: Plain.

Obverse: In the centre within a circular beaded border, old-head bust of Queen Victoria, right. Around her, the busts of six generals with ornamental lines between them, each named below the bust. Clockwise from the top left: “ROBERTS”, “BULLER”, “FRENCH” “GATACRE”, “KITCHENER” and “WHITE”.

Reverse: Within a toothed border round the rim, unofficial coat of arms of Canada used at that time representing seven provinces: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island

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