Medal - Geelong College Swimming Prize1931 (AD)
Awarded to: P.M. McCann
Other Details: Geelong College swimming championship second prize medal awarded to P.M. McCann in 1931. Geelong College was a Presbyterian school founded in Newton, Geelong, in 1861. It still operates in the 21st century. The recepient may be Peter Maxwell McCann, who served in World War II.
A silver prize medal (26 mm diameter) awarded for swimming, featuring the college shield with Pegasus flying above and motto SIC ITUR AD ASTRA (This is the way to the Stars) on ribbon below
Geelong College Shield with Pegasus flying above and motto SIC ITUR AD ASTRA (This is the way to the Stars) on ribbon below
Engraved P.M.McCANN / 2ND / GEELONG COLLEGE / Swimming Champ. / 1931.
Purchase from Barrie Winsor - Wynyard Coin Centre, 16 Mar 1990
Obverse: SIC ITUR AD ASTRA Reverse (engraved): P.M. McCANN / 2ND / GEELONG COLLEGE / Swimming Champ. / 1931.
Type of item
25 mm (Outside Diameter), 10.586 g (Weight)