Australia Victoria Prahran
Medal - Prahran School of Design Prize
The Victoria Medal for Original Architectural Design c. 1880 (AD)
Mint: Stokes & Martin
Awarded to: De Lacy Evans, G.
Other Details: Prahan School of Design silver prize medal for original architectural design, awarded to G. de Lacy Evans around 1880. It was not his first medal. In 1879 Evans won an elocution prize medal in silver from Wesley College.
An silver prize medal (38 mm diameter) to award for Original Architectural Design , featuring a crowned and veiled head of Queen Victoria facing left.
At centre, crowned and veiled head of Queen Victoria facing left; aropund on broad rim, THE VICTORIA MEDAL +; in small letters on either side of cross, STOKES & MARTIN MELBOURNE
Above wreath of olive and laurel (all engraved), ORIGINAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN below wreath, FIRST PRIZE ; within wreath, AWARDED / TO / C. DE LACY EVANS. / A.V.I.A.
(engraved) PRAHAN SCHOOL OF DESIGN
circa 1880 AD
Obverse: THE VICTORIA MEDAL STOKES & MARTIN MELBOURNE Reverse: ORIGINAL ARCHETECTURAL DESIGN FIRST PRIZE AWARDED TO C. DE LACY EVANS A.V.I.A. Edge (engraved):PRAHRAN SCHOOL OF DESIGN
Type of item
38 mm (Outside Diameter), 27.39 g (Weight)