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Canada, Commonwealth. A 125th Anniversary of Confederation Medal 1867-1992

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Canada, Commonwealth. A 125th Anniversary of Confederation Medal 1867-1992

In rhodium-plated copper and zinc alloy, measuring 36.3 mm in diameter, original ribbon with pinback, extremely fine. In its cardboard box of issue, Canadian coat-of-arms and dated 1867-1992 on the lid, navy blue felt medal bed, box also extremely fine.

 

Footnote: This medal was awarded to Canadian citizens who had made a significant contribution to Canada, their community or their fellow citizens in celebration of the 125th anniversary of confederation. Approximately 44,000 medals were awarded, including 4,000 to the military.

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