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Medal commemorating the bicentenary of Cook's second voyage, 1969; obverse
Medal commemorating the Hudson Bay Company tercentenary, 1970. Obverse: The arms of the Hudson's Bay Company. Legend: 'HUDSON'S . BAY . COMPANY.' Below: '1670.' Reverse: The vessel 'Nonsuch' starboard bow view. Legend: 'COMPAGNIE . DE . LA . BAIE . D'HUDSON.' Inscription: 'NONSUCH.' This medal designed by Mrs Dora de Pedery Hunt of Toronto and engraved by Canadian Artistic Dies Inc. Sherbrooke, Quebec. Approx. 48,000 examples like this one were struck for presentation to proprietors and staff on the occasion of the 300th anniversary, 2 May 1970.
D. de Pedery Hunt
- Image reference: E4306-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London