Medal (Reverse), commemorating Sir Walter Scott

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Medal (Reverse), commemorating Sir Walter Scott

This is the reverse of a bronze medal commemorating Sir Walter Scott. Dating from 1822, the medal was made by W. Bain and B.R. Faulkner.

The reverse depicts a lady standing in a small boat on a lake. Underneath her is the inscription, 'Lady of the Lake Canto 1st XVII'.

'The Lady of the Lake' was one of Scott's principal long poems, published in 1810.

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Online ID: 000-100-103-400-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.1949.972
Date: 1822
Material: Bronze
Dimensions: 49 mm
What: Medal, commemorative
Subject: Medals (NMAS Classification)
Who: B.R. Faulkner (Maker)
Forrests (Director)
Lady of the Lake
Sir Walter Scott, 1771 - 1832
W. Bain (Maker)
Description: Bronze medal of Sir Walter Scott, by W. Bain and B.R. Faulkner directed by Forrests, 1822
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