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Thomas Elsley Ltd catalogue of designs by C. F. A. Voysey, Architect: electric table standard lamps, electric pendant ceiling lights and cabinet escutcheons and hook

RIBA94976
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This illustration from page 7 of the catalogue itemises the designs available; the sizes and prices of the items are found at the back of the catalogue. (See RIBA46190 for photograph of nos. 220E and 221E; see RIBA46189 for photograph of no. 106E.)

Roman gold bracelet in the museum of the Collegio Romano, Rome

RIBA96628
NOTES: This bracelet was probably part of the collection of Athanasius Kircher, formerly in the Collegio Romano, which is now in the National Roman Museum (Museo Nazionale Romano). This drawing is in a small Italian sketchbook, dated 'Napoli, April 17, 1815', from Cockerell's Grand Tour of the eastern Mediterranean and Italy between 1810 and 1817.

Roman bronze tripod with lion/animal legs in the museum of the Collegio Romano, Rome

RIBA96629
NOTES: This tripod was probably part of the collection of Athanasius Kircher, formerly in the Collegio Romano, which is now in the National Roman Museum (Museo Nazionale Romano). This drawing is in a small Italian sketchbook, dated 'Napoli, April 17, 1815', from Cockerell's Grand Tour of the eastern Mediterranean and Italy between 1810 and 1817.

Designs for the New Bodleian Library, Oxford: design of the ceremonial key for the official opening

RIBA96866
Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)
NOTES: The construction of the New Bodleian Library, intended primarily for book storage, was begun in 1936 and largely finished by 1940. However, during the war years it was used for other purposes and not completed and officially opened until 1946. In 2015 it was reopened following renovation as the Weston Library, for readers and researchers of special collections. At the official opening in 1946 the key broke in the lock when being turned by King George VI.

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President's Medals: Silver Medal awarded to Finn Wilkie in 2015

RIBA97284
NOTES: This Silver Medal was awarded for the best design project produced during Part 2. The RIBA PresidentÔÇÖs Medals, which date back to 1836, reward talent and excellence in the study of architecture.

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President's Medals: Bronze Medal awarded to Boon Yik Chung in 2015

RIBA97285
NOTES: This Bronze Medal was awarded for the best design project produced during Part 1. The RIBA PresidentÔÇÖs Medals, which date back to 1836, reward talent and excellence in the study of architecture.

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President's Medals: Dissertation Medal awarded to Marie Price in 2015

RIBA97286
NOTES: The Dissertation Medal was awarded for the best written work produced at either Part 1 or Part 2. The RIBA PresidentÔÇÖs Medals, which date back to 1836, reward talent and excellence in the study of architecture.

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President's Medals: President's Medal for Research

RIBA97287
NOTES: The President's Medal for Research is awarded to the strongest winner across the four categories of the President's Awards for Research. The RIBA PresidentÔÇÖs Medals, which date back to 1836, reward talent and excellence in the study of architecture.
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