1958 WORLD CONGRESS OF CARDIOLOGY BRUSSELS BRONZE MEDAL

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  • Item Category: Coins & Currency
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 18,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

1958 WORLD CONGRESS OF CARDIOLOGY BRUSSELS BRONZE MEDAL
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2 3/4" High
2" Wide
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Sculptor signed: Jul. Dillens
Especially thick, crisp strike in high relief, the design is superb.
Deep in thought, don't miss the enamored birds on the tree branch just above him,
sprawling foliage and book by his side.
Is it a heart in his hand that he intensely ponders?
The reverse in French above, English beneath:
III WORLD CONGRESS
OF CARDIOLOGY
BRUSSELS 1958
Despite a few rim nicks, this is a gorgeous piece.
Whether a doctor, medical historian or lover of uncommon bronze medals,
this piece is sure to delight.

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