Medals of Lord Byron
George Gordon Byron, 6th Lord Byron was enormously popular among liberal thinkers across Europe, especially for his embrace of Greek independence from the Ottoman Empire.
Inv. 3525. Medallion portrait of Lord Byron by David d’Angers. Bronze, Foundry mark of Richard Frères, contemporary mount. This example was viewed by our friend Joe Reinis, who pronounced it “pre-1844”. 135 mm. J. G. Reinis, The Portrait Medallions of David d’Angers (New York, 1999), #81, $4,500.
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Figure 1 Lord Byron medallion by David d'Angers
Inv. 210. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron, signed William B., c. 1830, bronze, 42 mm, 46.9 grams, EF++ condition, $425.
Figure 2 Byron Medal signed William B.
Inv. 402. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron, by Leclerc, c. 1830, bronze, 42 mm, EF++ condition, $495
Figure 3. Byron medal by Leclerc
Inv. 403. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron issued by the Paris Mint, 1969, bronze, 89 mm, perfect condition, $135
Figure 4 Byron medal by Paris Mint
Inv. 404. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron, by A. J. Stothard, c. 1826, bronze, 64 mm, VF condition, $495
Engraved on edge: F. ΠΙΚΕΡΙΝΓ.ΚΑΙ.F.FΟΡΘΙΝΓΤΩΝΤΟΣ.ΚΑΘΙEΡΩΣΙΣ.Α.Ι.ΣΤΟΘΡΔΠ αωχδ
Figure 5 Byron medal by Stothard
Inv. 405. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron, 1931, 9 carat gold, 44 mm, 46.9 grams, perfect condition, in custom leather case of Hicklenton & Sydal Gem Specialists, 4 Queen Street, E.C.4, $1,600
Figure 6 Byron medal by Hicklenton & Sydal
Inv. 406. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron, by G. Galeazzi, c. 1840, bronze, 55 mm, EF++ condition, $695
Figure 6 Byron medal by Galeazzi
Inv. 407. Medal of George Gordon, Lord Byron, by Mudie and Faulkner, c. 1820, bronze, 52 mm, choice EF++ condition, $495
Figure 7 Byron medal by Mudie and Faulkner
Inv. 408. Portrait plaque of George Gordon, Lord Byron, c. 1830, brass, 120x143 mm, choice VF (+) condition, $400
Figure 8 Byron plaque
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