Summary

Australia Victoria
Medal - Shire of Winchelsea, Victorian Sesquicentenary 1985 (AD)
Mint: Brim
Other Details: A gold-plated medal issued by the Shire of Winchelsea to commemorate the sesquicentenary of Victoria in 1984-5. The Shire of Winchelsea, on the Barwon River south-west of Melbourne, between Geelong and Colac, was proclaimed on 27 May 1864. On 9 March 1994 part of Shire of Winchelsea, the Shire of Barrabool and City of Greater Geelong united to form the Surf Coast Shire Council.

Physical Description

A gold-plated medal issued by the Shire of Winchelsea to commemorate the sesquicentenary of Victoria in 1984-5. It features Pagasus flying left over ribbon with motto and the sesquicentenary logo

Obverse Description

Within broad rim formed by line circle, Pagasus flying left over ribbon with motto NIL CONSCIRE SIBI;around, SHIRE OF WINCHELSEA * 1864 *

Reverse Description

Logo of the Victorian sesquicentenary; below, VICTORIA 150 / GROWING TOGETHER 1984-5 at rim in small letters the mint name, BRIM MELB

Edge Description

Plain

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