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American art medals, 1909-1995

David Thomason Alexander

American art medals, 1909-1995

the Circle of Friends of the Medallion and the Society of Medalists

by David Thomason Alexander

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Published by American Numismatic Society in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Circle of Friends of the Medallion,
  • Society of Medalists,
  • Numismatics,
  • Medalists,
  • Medals,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-291) and index.

    StatementDavid Thomason Alexander
    SeriesStudies in medallic art -- 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ5801 .A44 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 294 p. :
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25074463M
    ISBN 109780897223171
    LC Control Number2010038758

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AMERICAN ART MEDALS, The Circle of Friends of the Medallion and the Society of Medalists. By David Thomason Alexander. Studies in Medallic Art 1, American Numismatic Society, New York, pages, hard cover, profusely illustrated.

American Art Medals, is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion () and those of the Society of Medalists ().

Together, these two series offer an unmatched panorama of American medallic sculpture in. American Art Medals, 1909-1995 book is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion (–) and those of the Society of Medalists (–).

Together, these two series offer an unmatched panorama of American medallic sculpture in the twentieth century. American Art Medals, – is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion (–) and those of the Society of Medalists (–).

Together, these two series offer an unmatched panorama of American medallic. American Art Medals, is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion () and 1909-1995 book of the Society of Medalists ().

Together, these two series offer an unmatched panorama of American medallic sculpture in the twentieth 1909-1995 book. Founded by the art writer.

American Art Medals, is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion () and those of the Society of Medalists (). Product Information. American Art Medals, is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion () and those of the Society of Medalists ().

Medals. Plaques by American Artists. Art Medals. The Society of Medalists. We have examples of ALL issues in stock for sale. Extensive information on the issues of the Society of Medalists can be found in the new book American Art Medals, by David T.

Alexander available from The American Numismatic Society. All are struck bronze. Both of these periodicals published by Medal Collectors of America. Silver medals were listed in the first list, bronze only for the second.

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Both of these periodicals published by Medal Collectors of America. Silver medals were listed in the first list, bronze only for the second. {} Alexander (D. T.). American Art Medals,Circle of Friends of the Medallion and Society of Medalists," American Numismatic Society, Studies in Medallic Art.

American Art Medals, is the first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion Read more. The first comprehensive study of the two most important series of art medals produced in the United States: the medals of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion () and those of the Society of Medalists ().

These two series offer an unmatched panorama of American medallic sculpture in the 20th century. American Art Medals, The Circle of Friends of the Medallion and the Society of Medalists (Studies in Medallic Art) David Thomason Alexander Hardcover. The medal engravers included some of the best-known names in the field, and this guide will be an indispensable resource for collectors of this series.

The approach taken by the author is similar to his treatment of early 20th century American art medals (American Art Medals,published by the American Numismatic Society), including. Inthe American Numismatic Society (ANS) published an in-depth catalogue raissoné by your humble author, American Art MedalsCircle of Friends of.

Priced at $65 postpaid, the book may be ordered from Signature Art Medals, P.O. BoxGroton, MA David Thomason Alexander is author of the book American Art Medals,   If you are interested in reading more about the Society of Medalists, I highly recommend David Thomason Alexander's book American Art Medals, It is beautifully written and illustrated and covers the history of both the Circle of Friends of.

American Art Medals, by David Thomason Alexander David T. Alexander's book can be purchased at the above link. Highly recommended for anyone interested in SOM.

I am deeply indebted to him for all the information I used to document the SOM medals on this site. Blue Heron Fine Art Blog. american art medals, the circle of friends of the medallion and the society of medalists.

Alexander, David Thomason. New York: ANS, 4to, original tan cloth lettered in black; jacket. ix, (1), pages; well illustrated, largely in color. Paul Bosco Coins and Medals Check out our other webpages for. Medals. Plaques by American Artists.

Art Medals. The Circle of Friends of the Medallion. Extensive information on the issues of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion can be found in the new book American Art Medals, by David T. Alexander available from The American Numismatic are struck bronze, unless.

His book on ANS medals is the second in the Society’s Studies in Medallic Art; the first was a book I authored intitled American Art Medals,the Circle of Friends of the. Alexander is the author of American Art Medals, published inand he presented on these medals.

Of the roughly medals in this series, all presented in his book, Alexander showed slides of 25 of them and followed up with a hands-on display of 28 more.Awards: Bob Leonard presented the Odesser Award to Steven H. Kaplan for his article, Hebrew Kindergarten Tokens, published in The Shekel.

Steven was unable to attend the ceremony. David T. Alexander received the Gold Mishler Cataloging Award for his book, American Art Medals, David was also the speaker at the annual membership.