Excerpt from The Numismatic Chronicle, and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society, 1889, Vol. 9
University of Oxford, is one which will give you great scope in extending the use of Numismatics in this most important dirce tion, and I trust that this Society may constantly re... ceive recruits from among those whose studies and tastes you may assist in guiding. The medal of our Society has up to the present time been for the most part awarded to those who after long numismatic labours, were entitled to repose upon their laurels, but I hand it to you not only in recognition of work done and as a token of regard from your fellow-workers, but also as some incentive to continue your labours in that field which you so well know how to cultivate.
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