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A Rare 1901 Assembly of Indian Chiefs Peace Medal



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A Rare 1901 Assembly of Indian Chiefs Peace Medal

102 Edward VII 1901, Obv: - Conjoined Busts left, THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CORNWALL AND YORK, around, Rev:- Royal Arms, PRESENTED TO HEAD CHIEFS IN COMMEMORATION OF ASSEMBLY OF INDIAN TRIBES, around, CALGARY SEP 28th 1901, below, suspended from a red, while and blue ribbon with a brooch showing an Indian in a canoe, ribbon taped on back, brooch pin catch broken, Bronze, 64.8mm, brooch 60x43mm, Jamieson Fig. 39. Abt. VF, obverse marks and is triple struck. Purported to have been presented to Jacob Johnson (Broken Jaw) a Cree, as per Sotheby Co. (Canada) Ltd catalogue 28th October 1969 lot# 155.
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