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Tag: Medals

The Medallist Anton Meybusch

The medallist Anton Meybusch is known for his magnificent baroque medals. Karsten Kold presents a biography and a complete catalogue of Meybusch’s work. Ursula Kampmann took a look at it – despite her inexistent knowledge of Danish.

Movie Stars Instead of Generals – How the “Seventh Art” Established Itself on Commemorative...

Films have been around for about 120 years establishing the much-admired film stars, who are among the most famous personalities of all times. Nevertheless it took a long time until actors appeared on coins and medals. Why? What changed? Let’s go on a little journey through time.

Medals of the Jewish-American Hall of Fame 1969-2019

Jewish-American Hall of Fame medals have found homes in collections and museums around the world. Now, for the first time, a book by Mel Wacks publishes the biographies of more than 50 inductees along with their portrait medals.

The Scher Collection in the Frick Collection in New York

In 2016, Stephen K. and Janie Woo Scher entrusted the Frick Collection in New York with their collection of medals. A comprehensive catalogue has been published illustrating just how unique a gift this collection is.

A Life’s Work of Royal Glory, Immortalized on Metal and Paper

Auction house Künker offers in its upcoming eLive Auction 58 precious and useful pieces of numismatic literature. The offer includes two editions of the most important work on the medals of the Sun King.

ANS Bestows Saltus Award to Mashiko Nakashima

The American Numismatic Society presents its 2019 J. Sanford Saltus Award for Excellence in Medallic Art to Mashiko Nakashima. The ceremony will take place on December 12, 2019.
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