Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Grissell Medal: wax proofs of the medal mounted in their original box
|Artist/Photographer||Wyon, Alfred Benjamin (1837-1884) | Wyon, Joseph Shepherd (1836-1873)|
|Library Reference||BRIT 6/8(1)|
|Subject||Insignia, emblems ; Sculpture|
NOTES: Thomas Grissell was a building contractor who, when he died in 1874, bequeathed -ú250 to the RIBA to be invested in order to present an annual prize for drawings illustrating architectural construction. The first medal awarded was presented to George Daniel Stevenson in 1876.
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