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Medal commemorating the opening of Sydney Harbour bridge, 1932; reverse
Medal commemorating the opening of Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1932. Obverse: View of Sydney Harbour Bridge and vessels passing beneath; in the foreground two engineers with their tools, one seated another standing (left). Behind, Fame flying, a wreath in her extended left hand. Reverse: Inscription within a laurel wreath entwined by an inscribed ribbon, 'LABORE ET HONORE'. Inscription: 'HARBOUR BRIDGE SYDNEY. N.S.W. OPENED MARCH 19 1932'.
- Image reference: E4299-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London