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1920: Scots College Athletic Association Bronze Medallion Named

Price: $ 50.00
MPN: Box 14

Scots College Athletic Association Bronze Medallion - Awarded to A. Corbett 1920

The Scots College is a multi-campus independent Presbyterian single-sex primary and secondary day and boarding school for boys, predominately located in Bellevue Hill, an eastern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  The college was formed in 1893 by three men, Archibald Gilchrist, William "Fighting Mac" Dill-Macky, and Arthur Aspinall. Gilchrist devised the school motto of "Utinam Patribus Nostris Digni Simus", which may be translated from Latin as "O that we may be worthy of our forefathers".  


The medallion’s obverse Scots college Crest/Logo featuring a lion, kangaroo, thistle and waratah.


Medallion features a wreath.  Inside the wreath the following has been hand engraved:

220 yds
(Under 16)
A. Corbett
- 1920 -

44mm diameter.  Bronze. Housed in black presentation case (probably not original case).