1873 London International Exhibition medal

Description
Charlotte Treadwin had the privilege of exhibiting her lace at the 3rd London International Exhibition in 1873. Like all other exhibitors she received this medal made by George Morgan, after designs by Joseph Boehm and James Gamble.

On the obverse is a portrait bust of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. On the reverse is a View of the Horticultural Society's arcades, gardens and conservatory with the Albert Hall and Memorial in the background.
Accession Loan No.
1891/4/7/5
Collection Class
Numismatics
Common Name
1873 London International Exhibition medal
Simple Name
medal
Full Name
Mrs Treadwin 1873 London International Exhibition medal
Dimensions
diameter 70 mm
Production Person Surname
Morgan; Boehm; Gamble
Production Person Initials
George T.; Joseph Edgar; James
Period Classification
Victorian (1837-1901)
Production Date
1873
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Area Region
Northern Europe
Production Continent
Europe
Family Group

Material
gilt bronze
Inscription / Transcription
ALBERT EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES PRESIDENT / G. MORGAN SC; LONDON ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ALL FINE ARTS INDUSTRIES AND INVENTIONS / MDCCCLXXIII

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