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'A bittersweet advent moment' medal

Medal 'A bittersweet advent moment'. Includes bronze made from cast of a palm to palm handshake, wrapped in the style of a Christmas tree chocolate decoration. From a series of 16 medals entitled 'Sensing every moment: a celebration of the ordinary'.

Morrant, Ailsa

Bram Stoker medal

Classical scene; three figures. Awarded to David Broadfoot Carter. Inscribed obverse: "Glasgow School of Art, Bram Stoker Medal for the best imaginative work of the year/ D.Broadfoot Carter 1903".

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Bram Stoker medal

Classical scene; three figures. Inscribed obverse: "Glasgow School of Art, Bram Stoker Medal for the best imaginative work of the year/ D.Broadfoot Carter 1903". This medal was cast from the original by Roger Miller, Head of GSA Silversmithing and Jewellery, 1990s.

Millar, Roger

Commemorative medal for Eugene Guillaume

Single-sided metal casting of a medal in honour of the sculptor Eugene Guillame. Inscription: "Eugene Guillaumes Statuaire / Ne a Montbarf Cote d'Or / IV / IVILLET / MDCCCXXII / Ringel d'Illze ach SC/ MDCCCLXXXIV". The medal depicts a portrait of Eugene Guillame and several symbols representing sculpture and the arts.

Ringel d'Illzach, Jean-Désiré

Department of Science & Art medal

Medal awarded by the Department of Science and Art, South Kensington, London. Awarded to George Millar. Inscribed Obverse: "Local prize for success in art awarded by the Department of Science and Art"Obverse: "Victoria by the grace of God queen MDCCCLVI" On rim: "George Millar. Glasgow. Stage 18a".

Wyon, William

Department of Science & Art medal

Medal awarded by the Department of Science and Art, South Kensington, London. Awarded to James Sellars. Inscribed Obverse: "Local prize for success in art awarded by the Department of Science and Art"; Obverse: "Victoria by the grace of God queen MDCCCLVI"; On rim: "James Sellars. Glasgow. Stage 23a. 1860".

Wyon, William

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