The Netherlands

March 2013
Medal;Spring2013, Issue 62, p67
Academic Journal
The article presents information on art medals in the Netherlands including the decision of the Vereniging Voor Penningkunst to issue The Pearl medal by Eddy Gheress and the issuance of the medal Spoken Words Are Fleeting, Written Ones Sink In by Paul Kruimel.


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