Reference numberNLB/4/874
Alternative reference numberNLB/4 p363
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to Allan Wyon
Date18 November 1890
DescriptionThe Royal Society has this morning received permission from Sir Charles Fremantle to have the Darwin Medal struck at the Mint and it will be ready for the Anniversary if the dies are sent at once to the Mint. Rix notes the arrival of a parcel for the Treasurer [John Evans] and supposes this does not contain the dies in question. [Letter annotated as 'cancelled']
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