Shakspearean (sic) Tercentenary Badge

Woven by Mulloney & Johnson.

Reference Number:-  
omu8  
 

 
three silks with portrait of William Shakespeare, Stratford on Avon, and his birthplace, held together with a crest button

Words:

THE SHAKSPEAREAN TERCENTENARY BADGE,
COVENTRY MANUFACTURE.
MANUFACTURED UNDER THE PATRONAGE AND BY THE EXPRESS SANCTION OF THE
STRATFORD-ON-AVON
AND
LONDON CELEBRATION COMMITTEES.
 
 
 
 
 
 

three silks with
portrait of William Shakespeare,
Stratford on Avon,
his birthplace,
held together with a crest button,
still attached to original backing paper

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
printed diamond registration mark
with date of 3 February 1864.
together with the signed initials of
Mulloney & Johnson, Coventry  

same three silks and button, but woven in different colour:
 
three silks with portrait of William Shakespeare, Stratford on Avon, and his birthplace, held together with a crest button  three silks with portrait of William Shakespeare, Stratford on Avon, and his birthplace, held together with a crest button
 
Sizes:

of Support Paper:    20.3cm high by 15.2cm wide

of each Silk:  Front silk: 8.5cm long by 6.0cm wide
             Other two silks: 9.5cm long by 6.0cm wide

Alternative back-ground colours:
Blue
Black
Turquoise
 
Comments:
This silk is not listed by Godden, although he does record the three individual silks which make up the badge.

Godden, in recording the Register entries, does not record this registration.
The three silks which make up the badge though were registered individually on 7 January, 9 January and 27 January 1864.


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images of black silk and turquoise silk added 17 July 2018 © Peter Daws
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