Medal of Sir William Parkhurst Artist: Sir Thomas Rawlins (British, 1620–1670)

1644

Numismatics

On view, 1st floor, Numismatics
Medium

Silver

Dimensions

11.74 g, 77.5 mm

Credit Line

The Susan G. and John W. Jackson, B.A. 1967, Numismatics Acquisition Endowment Fund

Accession Number

2021.33.1

Culture
Period

17th century

Classification
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Provenance

Provenance

Sale, Morton and Eden, London, June 27, 2006, lot 416 [see note 1]. Christopher Foley, F.S.A, London, by 2014; [sale, Woolley and Wallis, Salisbury, Wiltshire, 16 October 2014, lot 266 (unsold)]; possibly sold through eBay [see note 2]. Sale, Classical Numismatic Group, Lancaster, Penn., May 19, 2021, lot 1088; sold to the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn., 2021.

Note 1: The Woolley and Wallis printed catalogue erroneously lists the coin as having been sold at Dix, Noonan and Webb on June 27, 2006; this information is corrected in the on-line Woolley and Wallis catalogue.

Note 2: Per consultation with external experts, many of the coins that were unsold at Woolley and Wallis were offered on eBay (see correspondence, April 30, 2021, curatorial object file).
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Object/Work type

portraits

Subject

medals

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