Thomas Wells Ingram's brass calendar medal for the year 1829. Thomas Wells Ingram struck single year calendar medals from 1826 to 1832 with most years known. He was a die-sinker, medallist and maker of patent horn buttons with his business at 131 Snow Hill, Birmingham, and was the first to include his street address on his medals. The British Museum does not have an example for this year, ref: Ackerman, "Calendar Medals in the British Museum", The Medal, Autumn 2004. Nice collectable condition, see photograph.
This year not in Ackerman. Diameter 38.5mm. VF. £150.00
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