Medal: All England [Lawn Tennis and Croquet] Club Wimbledon Four-Handed Championship 1914

Maker
Harry Soane
Production date
1914
Description
A gold colour All England [Lawn Tennis and Croquet] Club Wimbledon Four-Handed Championship 1914 medal won by Wilding and Norman Everard Brooks; circular; obverse: Two tennis racquets, three balls and a flower with text "All England Club Wimbledon". Reverse: Wreath around inside with text "Four-handed Championship"
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Measurements
Diameter: 38.5mm (1 1/2")
Thickness: 3mm
Current rights code
Other Id
584
Accession number
2006.3.25
Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: "Harry Soane, London"; Type of mark: Maker's Mark; Notes: Made in production (on reverse)
Marks/Inscriptions: "1914. A.F.Wilding. N.E.Brookes."; Type of mark: Inscription; Method: Engraved
Marks/Inscriptions: All England Club Wimbledon; Type of mark: Legend; Method: Struck
Marks/Inscriptions: Four-handed Championship; Type of mark: Legend; Method: Struck

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