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Medal - International Exhibition, London, Prize, Great Britain, 1862 Reg. No: NU 33514
- Great Britain London
London Exhibition Prize Medal 1862 (AD)
Awarded to: Mueller, Ferdinand von
Other Details: Internation Exhibition, London, bronze prize medal, awarded to Ferdinand von Mueller in 1862 in Class IV The International Exhibition was held in South Kensington, London, 1 May - 15 November 1862.
- The prize medal of the London 1862 Exhibition (bronze, 76 mm diameter) awarded to Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, Class IV. It features a scene of Britannia seated on a raised dais beside a crouching lion surrounded by six women representing Industry, Agriculture and The Arts.
- Acquisition Information:
- Transfer from National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), 1976
|Dimensions:||76 mm (Diameter)|
|Dimension Comment:||weight > 100 g|
|Tagged with:||art medals, exhibitions, music|
|Themes this item is part of:||Public Life & Institutions Collection, Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, Botanist & Explorer (1825-1896), Leonard Charles Wyon, Engraver (1826-1891)|
|Tertiary Classification:||exhibition prizes|
|Series:||British Exhibition Medals|
|Obverse Description:||Britannia seated on a raised dais beside a crouching lion surrounded by six women representing Industry, Agriculture and The Arts; in small letter below the lion, D. MACLISE R.A. DES. LEONARD C. WYON FEC.|
|Reverse Description:||Within a wreath of oak, 1862 / LONDINI / HONORIS / CAUSA and in small letters the artist's name, L.C. WYON FEC.|
|Edge Description:||DR. F. MUELLER, CLASS IV.|
|Inscriptions:||Edge: DR. F. MUELLER, CLASS IV.
Obverse: in small letter below the lion, D. MACLISE R.A. DES. LEONARD C. WYON FEC.
Reverse: 1862 LONDINI HONORIS CAUSA and in small letters the artist's name, L.C. WYON FEC.
|Issued By:||London, England, Great Britain, 1862|
|Artist:||Leonard Wyon - Royal Mint, London, London, England, Great Britain, 1862|
|Artist:||D Maclise, London, England, Great Britain, 1862|
|Awarded To:||Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1862|
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