Tercentenary Medal

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Date:1863 - 1864 (c.)

Description:A bronze medal struck for the Tercentenary, 1864 by Pinches of London.

The quotation "Each change of many coloured life he drew, exhausted worlds and then imagined new" is from Samuel Johnson's Prologue on the Opening of the Drury Lane Theatre.

Identity number SBT 1999-38/39


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1720s
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1790s
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1810s
Shakespeare Medal
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1860s
Tercentenary Medal
Tercentenary Medal

A bronze medal struck for the Tercentenary by Pinches of London. This bronze ...

1910s
Tercentenary Medal
Tercentenary Medal

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1960s
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Donor ref:SBT 1999-38/39 (15/9934)

Source: The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust - Museums

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