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Victorian Badge and chain showing the insignia of the Royal Institute of British Architects

RIBA106284
Hunt & Roskell
NOTES: The badge and chain was worn by John Whichcord, RIBA President 1879-1881, for his presidential portrait (see RIBA100432). It is a gold plated chain made by Hunt & Roskell, later altered by medalists John Pinches Limited circa 1971.

Chain showing the insignia of the Royal Institute of British Architects

RIBA106285
Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)
NOTES: This was a new chain designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott as an alternative to the Donaldson chain (see RIBA106284) and worn by him at the opening of the new Royal Institute of British Architects building, 66 Portland Place in November 1934.

Royal Institute of British Architects insignia as stamped on a leather book cover

RIBA106286
Donaldson, Thomas Leverton (1795-1885)
NOTES: The RIBA insignia was designed by Donaldson in 1837.

London Architecture Medal

RIBA106288
Langford Jones, Sydney (1880-1946)
NOTES: Designed by Sydney Langford Jones in 1923, this medal was featured in the RIBA Journal, 1934 Apr. 14, p.566-569. It also became known as the RIBA Street Architecture Medal.

Design modello for the Royal Institute of British Architects insignia

RIBA106289
Smith, Cyril
NOTES: Cyril Smith was commissioned to produce a bas-relief of the RIBA insignia in 1975. He produced a number of variants, which are seen here.

Design modello for the Royal Institute of British Architects insignia

RIBA106290
Smith, Cyril
NOTES: Cyril Smith was commissioned to produce a bas-relief of the RIBA insignia in 1975. He produced a number of variants, which are seen here.

Design modello for the Royal Institute of British Architects insignia

RIBA106291
Smith, Cyril
NOTES: Cyril Smith was commissioned to produce a bas-relief of the RIBA insignia in 1975. He produced a number of variants, which are seen here.

Birmingham and the Five Counties Architectural Association President's medal: recto

RIBA106292
Gaskin, Arthur J. (1862-1928)
NOTES: Designed by Arthur Gaskin, the figure represents the Goddess of Architecture modelled and cast in an oval frame of silver and niello enriched with 10 panels of gold plates of filigree work. The back or obverse is silver pierced with a pattern of a basket of flowers, surrounded by a border of scrollwork.

Birmingham and the Five Counties Architectural Association President's medal: verso

RIBA106293
Gaskin, Arthur J. (1862-1928)
NOTES: Designed by Arthur Gaskin, this is the obverse or back of the medal seen in RIBA106292. It is silver pierced with a pattern of a basket of flowers, surrounded by a border of scrollwork. The front shows the Goddess of Architecture modelled and cast in an oval frame of silver and niello enriched with 10 panels of gold plates of filigree work.

Royal Institute of British Architects Gold Medal: recto

RIBA106294
NOTES: The Royal Gold Medal for Architecture has been presented annually since 1953.

Royal Institute of British Architects Gold Medal: verso

RIBA106295
NOTES: The Royal Gold Medal for Architecture has been presented annually since 1953.

Medal of Honour for the Akademisk Arkitekforening of Copenhagen

RIBA106296
NOTES: The Akademisk Arkitekforening is the Danish Association of Architects. Formed in 1879 to support and promote architects and their work, they have branches all over Denmark. The medal shows their logo, albeit without the inscription 'Akademisk Arkitek Forening' around the edge.
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