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This bronze medal commemorated the dedication of the new building of the Medical College of Philadelphia on November 9, 1909. The obverse has a standing man holding picture of building and above “NON SIRI SEDITION”; also “COLLEGIUM MEDICORUM PHILADELPHIAE” and “MDCCLXXXVII MDCCCCIX.”
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Medal; Commemorative & Association Items
date made
associated dates
1787 01 01+ / 1787 01 01+, 1909 12 31- / 1909 12 31-
Physical Description
metal, bronze (overall material)
average spatial:.5 cm x 7 cm; x 3/16 in x 2 3/4 in
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Credit Line
Gift of The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland
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National Museum of American History
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