Reference numberNLB/40/428
Alternative reference numberNLB/40/ p255
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to The Deputy Master of the Mint
Date7 June 1909
DescriptionThe Royal Society is desirous of presenting to the University of Cambridge, in connection with the Darwin celebrations, a gold copy of the Royal Society's Darwin medal. Harrison details the inscription the medal should be engraved with and asks that the Deputy Master of the Mint inform him whether he can comply with this request.
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