List of Medals, Medallions, and Plaques, Reproduced in Metal in the South Kensington Museum

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Page 79 - Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, from 10 AM till 4, 5, or 6 PM, according to the season.
Page vi - By the Lords of the Committee of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council on Education.
Page 79 - IL, •which will admit all the pupils of such school on all Students' days. To be obtained at the Catalogue Sale-Stall of the Museum.
Page iii - The commencement of a system of reproducing works of art has been made by the South Kensington Museum, and illustrations of it are now exhibited in the British section of the Paris Exhibition, where may be seen specimens of French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Swiss, Russian, Hindoo, Celtic, and English art.
Page iv - ... a system of reproducing works of art has been made by the South Kensington Museum, and illustrations of it are now exhibited in the British section of the Paris Exhibition, where may be seen specimens of French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Swiss, Russian, Hindoo, Celtic, and English art. (c.) The following outline of operations is suggested : — I. Each country to form its own Commission according to its own views for obtaining such reproductions as it may desire for its own Museums....
Page iv - The Commissions of each country to correspond with one another and send information of what reproductions each causes to be made, so that every country, if disposed, may take advantage of the labours of other countries at a moderate cost. iii. Each country to arrange for making exchanges of objects which it desires. iv. In order to promote the formation of the proposed Commissions in each country, and facilitate the making of the reproductions, the undersigned members of the reigning families throughout...
Page iv - SIR, 10, St. James' Square, March 14, 1868. I HAVE had the honour to receive your Royal Highness's letter of the 12th March, informing me that a Convention had been entered into by several Princes of the reigning families of Europe, whereby they agreed mutually to assist the museums of Europe in procuring casts and copies of national objects for the promotion of art, and at the same time transmitting to me copies of this Convention, and inquiring if I see any objection to the Lord President acting...
Page iii - Convention for promoting universally Reproductions of Works of Art for the benefit of Museums of all Countries. — Throughout the world every country possesses fine Historical Monuments of Art of its own, which can easily be reproduced by Casts, Electrotypes, Photographs, and other processes, without the slightest damage to the originals. "(a) The knowledge of such monuments is necessary to the progress of Art, and the reproductions of them would be of a high value to all Museums for public instruction.
Page iv - ... operations is suggested : — I. Each country to form its own Commission according to its own views for obtaining such reproductions as it may desire for its own Museums. II. The Commissions of each country to correspond with one another and send information of what reproductions each causes to be made, so that every country, if disposed, may take advantage of the labours of other countries at a moderate cost. III. Each country to arrange for making exchanges of objects which it desires. IV....
Page iv - Sweden and Norway - OSCAR, Prince of Sweden and . Norway. Italy ... HUMBERT, Prince Royal of Italy. „ - - - AMADEUS, Duke of Aosta. Austria ... CHARLES-LOUIS, Archduke of Austria. „ - - - RAINER, Archduke of Austria. Denmark - FREDERICK, Crown Prince of Denmark. Paris, 1867.

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