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2 Toronto Semi-Centennial Medals 1834-1884

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LeRoux#1816 Bronze 26mm Rarity 4. Obv. Windmill, houses, etc. TORONTO 1834. Rev. Exhibition Building. SEMI-CENTENNIAL, 1884 signed G. W.

 

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LeRoux#1817 Silvered WM 43mm Rarity 4. Obv. Bust of Landsdowne to the right. HIS EXCELL'Y THE RIGHT HON. THE MARQUESS OF LANDSDOWNE, GOV. GEN'L OF CANADA P. W. ELLIS & CO. Rev. View of Toronto in 1834.TORONTO, 1834. SOUVENIR SEMI CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. TORONTO, JUNE, 1884.

Link to Gooderham and Worts Windmill

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Have you ever seen LeRoux #1816 struck in gold?   Mine is probably fake, has a mule reverse of a capped liberty.  Windmill also looks like it has coarse unnatural surfaces suggesting it's a fake.  

 

 

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Very cool coins, guys. I've never seen images of old Toronto. Please keep sharing.

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