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Brass commemorative badge attached to manufacturer's card in brown box. Badge composed of a rectangular pin labled "Committee," blue gros-grain ribbon. Brass medallion. Medallion front has idealized scene of Boston's State House over three mountains and a colonial meetinghouse. Front and back inscriptions. Card has manufacturer's information. Box has donor's mailing address and postage.
Heads: "COMMITTEE" in the center, SICUT PATRIBIS SIT DEUS NOBIS/BOSTON TERCENTENARY around the pin; BOSTON 1930 on the top and 1630 on the bottom. Tails: PRESENTED BY/HON. JAMES M. CURLEY/MAYOR OF BOSTON in the center and ROBBINS CO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. on the bottom. (Stamped)
"BOSTON TERCENTENARY/ SICUT PATRIBUT SIT DEUS NOBIS" (Front medallion circumference)
"BOSTON / 1930/ TRIMOUNTAINE/ 1630" (Front medallion)
"PRESENTED BY/ HON. JAMES M. CURLEY/ MAYOR OF BOSTON/ ROBBBINS Co. ATTLEBORO, MASS." (Back medallion)
"The Robbins Co./ Manufacturers of Badges and Medals/ Attleboro, Mass." (Manufacturer's card)
"After 3 days, return to/ 49 CITY HALL/ BOSTON, MASS."
"Mr. Charles M. Rogerson/ 53 State Street,/ Boston, Mass."
"UNITED STATES POSTAGE/ 1 1/2 CENTS/ HARDING"
1 1/8 x 5 1/4 (HxW) (inches)
Gift of Mrs. Helen R. Haddad, Mr. Edward S. Rogerson, Mr. Henry P. Rogerson and William G. Rogerson, Esq.
Massachusetts (United States)
Attleboro (Bristol county, Massachusetts)
Title Sauceboat Accession Number 2001.251