REFERENCES.

 

This website has a series of pages devoted to the enlightenment of collectors and those interested in the medallic art. There will be reference material added as time permits. They are not intended to further any commercial aspirations but to put together information in a simple and hopefully, useful format, making the website more interesting than a simple list of medals for sale from my collection, although the website will retain that level of importance.

 

The Great Exhibition of 1851 at the Crystal Palace was an occasion that caused the production of some of the finest medals ever produced. In particular the official medals awarded to exhibitors, jurors and both major and minor players in creating and participating in this magificent World Show. This small article outlines the background to the Exhibition and depicts the medals that were produced. Reference

Galerie Metalique Des Grands Hommes Francais. A lengthy series of medals produced by numerous medallic artists over a twenty year period in the first quarter of the 19th century. There were 119 medals in the series and this reference lists the medals, their makers and their year of production in a simple alphabetical format. Reference.

A Grand Series of National Medals by James Mudie. A series of 40 medals commissioned by James Mudie as a speculative venture to reflect the British Victories and Successes in the latter part of the 18th century and the first 20 years of the 19th Century. Reference

Dating of French medals. A guide to identifying the period of production of French medals with edhar markings.Reference

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