Definition of Medallions

1. Noun. (plural of medallion) ¹



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Definition of Medallions

1. medallion [n] - See also: medallion

Lexicographical Neighbors of Medallions

medal play
medal table
medal tables
medal winner
medaled
medalet
medalets
medaling
medalist
medalists
medalled
medallic
medalling
medallion
medallionist
medallions (current term)
medallist
medallists
medallurgy
medals
medalurgy
medazepam
medazepam hydrochloride
medcinal
meddies
meddle with
meddled
meddler
meddlers

Literary usage of Medallions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society by James Simpson, Richard Saul Ferguson, William Gershom Collingwood (1904)
"Busts, Portrait medallions, and Modern Effigies in the Churches of the Diocese of Carlisle. By the Rev. R. BOVVER, Canon of Carlisle. ..."

2. The Connoisseur by Bonnell Thornton, George Colman, Mr Town, George Lyttelton Lyttelton (1902)
"Many of these gift pieces contained the portrait in delicate medallions of the royal donor, and full length figures in miniature of courtiers, ..."

3. The Numismatic Chronicle by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1891)
"I AM glad of an opportunity of calling attention to a few Roman medallions in my collection which appear to be hitherto unpublished. ..."

4. A Manual of British Archæology by Charles Boutell (1858)
"ROMAN medallions. Under this title are included all those productions of the ... These medallions were struck, both at Rome and in the provinces of the ..."

5. The Wedgwood Handbook: A Manual for Collectors : Treating of the Marks by Eliza Meteyard (1875)
"HIS class of medallions stands high among Wedgwood's fine art productions. They are well preserved, and a large number have descended to our time. ..."

6. The Antiquarian (1871)
"A beautiful fluted vase, with pierced neck, painted with four medallions of exotic ... A beautiful cabaret, painted with seaports, in medallions in pink, ..."

7. Philosophy in Sport Made Science in Earnest: Being an Attempt to Illustrate by John Ayrton Paris (1842)
"medallions were certainly never intended to become current coin, as some medals probably were; they were struck purely to serve as public monuments, ..."

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