Person    | Male  Born 1792  Died 23/9/1817

Thomas Wyon

Categories: Sculpture

Thomas Wyon

Engraver and medallist. Born Birmingham, his father Thomas also being an engraver as were a number of other (male, obviously) members of his family such as Edward Wyon, his brother. Chief engraver at the Royal Mint. Died near Hastings.

World of Coins reprints an article on the Wyon dynasty.

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Thomas Wyon

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Battle of Waterloo

The Fitzwilliam Museum has a page showing an original medal and: "The victory...

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John Atkin

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1 memorial
Christopher Linsey
1 memorial
Edward Bowring Stephens

Edward Bowring Stephens

Sculptor.  Born Exeter.  Moved to London to study in 1835.  Died at home, 110 Buckingham Palace Road.

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3 memorials
Ian Rank-Broadley

Ian Rank-Broadley

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1 memorial
Lady Kathleen Scott

Lady Kathleen Scott

Sculptor. Born as (Edith Agnes) Kathleen Bruce, in Nottinghamshire. Married Captain Scott (of the Antarctic) in 1908 and was given the title Lady which she would have received, had he returned ali...

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials