Society of Medalists Medals.

This is a brief listing of the Medallic Art Company Society of Medalists medals, issued two every year beginning in 1930 through 1995. The last number issued was 129, however further issues may be considered.

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Title: Each SoM medal was issued with a short introduction from the medalist, with a listing of acomplishments. In most cases there is no formal title. The titles given here are taken from the medal. In addition, key words describing the medal are given for collectors with topical interests. Use your browser SEARCH feature to find topics you seek.

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Society of Medalists Medals.

Number

Artist

Title

Date
1 Laura Gardin Fraser Hunter with dog. 1930
2 Paul Manship Dionysus; nude satyrs, grapes. 1930
3 H. A. MacNeil Hopi Prayer for Rain: Indian 1931
4 Frederick MacMonnies Charles Lindberg, Lone Eagle. 1931
5 Lee Lawrie The Sower. 1932
6 John Flanagan Aphrodite; nude Swift Runners. 1932
7 Carl Paul Jennewein Fame and Glory: nude winged child; insect cicada. 1933
8 Gaetano Cecere No Easy Way from Earth to Stars: nude figures with Pegasus; rugged peaks. 1933
9 Herbert Adams Fisherman: boy fishing, fish. 1934
10 Albert Laessle Abundance of America: turkey; corn. 1934
11 Lorado Taft Danaides: female; sisters carrying water, fountain. Link 1935
12 Anthony DeFrancisci Fiat Vita: Creation: nude child; sun, stars. 1935
13 R. Tait McKenzie Speed and Strength: Nude shotputter; runners, swan. Link. 1936
14 Albert Stewart Peace and Frienship: half-nude female; plow. 1936
15 Robert Aitken Love a Lover: two part nude figures. 1937
16 Chester Beach Sons bury the Fathers: nude men, casket; War. 1937
17 Stirling Calder Life as a Dance: Nude mother and child; 3 nude men. 1938
18 Gertrude K. Lathrop Conserve Wildlife: Wood Duck; Antelope 1938
19 Edward McCartan American, European Home Maker: nude children, Four Horsemen of Apocalypse. 1939
20 John Gregory Betrothal Medal: rose, bees. 1939
21 Edmond Amateis Hawk and Pigeons; Dog. 1940
22 Walker Hancock Victory of Man over Powers of Destruction: nude men. 1940
23 Joseph E. Renier Country and Humanity: Woman & Child; nude man. 1941
24 Erwin Springweiler Polar bear; penguins. Arctic: Greely, Bartlett, Peary, Byrd; Antartic:Palmer, Wilkes, Ellsworth. 1941
25 Janet DeCoux Thou Sluggard; ant, insect. 1942
26 Brenda Putnam Flight: Nude male with airplane; bird. 1942
27 Anna Hyatt Huntington Africa: Elephant; animals. 1943
28 Carl L. Schmitz Four Freedoms: Roosevelt, Churchill. SILVER. 1943
29 R. H. Recchia Bust Outlasts the Throne: Art Deco; nude male. SILVER. 1944
30 Mahonri M. Young Labor: Rigger; Riveters, men at work. 1944
31 Rene P. Chambellan Iwo Jima Flag Raising, WWII. 1945
32 Berthold Nebel American soldier, half-nude comrade; atomic bomb. 1945
33 Joseph Kiselewski World Peace: Globe; dove. 1946
34 Sidney Waugh Happy Are Those: Half-nude woman, man; horse. Art Deco. 1946
35 Bruce Moore Eternal Vigilance: Deer, fawn; vulture. 1947
36 Henry Kreis Five wise, foolish virgins. 1947
37 Michael Lantz John and Salome, from New Testament: nude males, horse. 1948
38 Thomas LoMedico Fruits of Labor: half nude female, males. 1948
39 Adolph Alexander Weinman Genesis; Web of Destiny: nude males 1949
40 Leo Friedlander Harmony; Tranquility: Half-nude woman, lyre. 1949
41 Donal Hord Man Must Sow: Corn planter; Sun above rainbow, nude men. 1950
42 Cecil Howard Peace is Life; War is Death. Family; skull. 1950
43 Albert W. Wein Creation: God. 1951
44 Wheeler Williams Peace on Earth: nude Christ child; lamb. 1951
45 James Earl Fraser Pony Express; prairie schooners, wagon. 1952
46 Karl Gruppe Building Toward Unity: Boy Scouts; Eagle. 1952
47 Gifford MacGregor Proctor Trout Fishing; Dry fly. 1953
48 Peter Dalton Friendly Gestures between Brothers: nude men. 1953
49 Abram Belskie Nude female, winged horse; sculpturer's tools. 1954
50 Ivan Mestrovic Socrates; Plato. 1954
51 Malvina Hoffman Brotherhood of Man; world globe map. 1955
52 Georg Lober Hans Christian Anderson; 150th Anniv., Swan. 1955
53 John Angel The Fall; The Redemption: Adam & Eve, nude; archangel Gabriel. 1956
54 Paul Fjelde Walt Whitman; Leaves of Grass. 1956
55 Pietro Montana St. Francis of Assisi. 1957
56 Donald DeLue Creator, as Father of the Universe: nude males. Link. 1957
57 Charles Rudy Pippa's Song: Man with plow; woman, goose. 1958
58 Jean DeMarco Clown; Music and Drama. 1958
59 Allan Houser Apache Buffalo Hunt, Indian; Apache Fire Dance. 1959
60 Katharine Lane Weems God Made the Beast: Puma; Geese. 1959
61 Leo Lentelli Romulus and Remus, Rome; Constantinius the Great, Holy Cross. 1960
62 Adlai S. Hardin Nativity Scene; Shepherds of Bethlehem. 1960
63 Adolph Block Fight for Freedom: Pilgrims; Colonials. 1961
64 Nat Choate David and Goliath: nude males. 1961
65 Oronzio Maldarelli Dancers; Bathers: nude females. 1962
66 Carl C. Mose This Our Heritage; Man clearing field. 1962
67 Karen Worth Spirit of the Space Age. Link. 1963
68 Joseph A. Coletti Glory of God: angels; Great Frigate Bird. 1963
69 Robert A. Weinman In Understandings, Light: nude male. 1964
70 Frank Eliscu Silent World of the Sea: nude male. 1964
71 Margaret Grigor Alaska; Hawaii: Eskimos; Polynesians. 1965
72 Elizabeth N. Weistrop Sower of the Forest: Squirrel hiding nut. 1965
73 Robert Lohman Mother Nature: nudes. 1966
74 Ralph J. Menconi Founding Fathers: Thomas Jefferson; Liberty Bell, Mayflower ship. 1966
75 Herring Coe Mermaid, Sea Serpant; Flying Saucer. 1967
76 Donald Richard Miller Thoreau: Preservation of Wildness: fish, butterfly, bird, snake. 1967
77 Nina Winkel Children, Hope of the World. 1968
78 Terry Iles Scientific Research: microscope; spider 1968
79 Bruno Mankowski Folklore: Paul Bunyan; Johnny Appleseed. 1969
80 Boris Buzan Space Exploration: Television; Apollo 11. 1969
40th Anniv. Julian H. Harris 40th Anniv. medal: Obv. of #1, rev. of #80, 40 border disks to represent 80 medals; Space exploration, owl obv. 1970
81 Julian H. Harris Uncle Remus: Brer Rabbit. 1970
82 Tom Allen Jr. Ecology: flame; Latin saying. 1970
83 Hal Reed Unleashing the Atom: Albert Einstein; nude males. 1971
84 Elbert Weinberg Pandora's Box One; Two: snake; skull, Atomic bomb. 1971
85 Sten Jacobsson The Human Condition. 1972
86 John Edward Svenson Chilkat Indians, Alaska; totem pole. 1972
87 Mico Kaufman Self and Sacrifice: Soldier; nude female with guitar. 1973
88 Edward R. Grove Development of The Alphabet. 1973
89 Laszlo Ispanky Spring Wind; Autumn Wind: nude female; male. 1974
90 Stanley Bleifeld Chinese Philosphers: Confucius, Lao Tze. 1974
91 Frederick Shady Courage and Hope: winged bird. 1975
92 Bruno Lucchesi Life and it's Goodness: Young lovers; Mother and child. 1975
93 Harvey Weiss. All Creatures Great and Small: grasshopper; whale. 1976
94 Anthony Notaro Pilgrims: Mayflower Medal, ship. 1976
1976 Marcel Jovine Yankee Doodle (Special Bicentennial Issue) 1976
95 Harry Marinsky. Mountain Solitude: Bicycle; old city. 1977
96 Stephen Robin Tutankhamun: Egyptian King Tut gold burial mask; intricate pectoral piece. 1977
97 Robert Cook Music and Dance: ballet: Abstract figures. 1978
98 Moissaye Marans Dawn to Dusk: Mother, Child; female nudes. 1978
99 Donald A. Borja Solar Engery and Helios the Sun God: nudes, horses. 1979
100 Linda Harper. Laughter and Tears: clowns. 1979
101 Marcel Jovine Dreamer of Dreams: Unicorn; horses. 1980
102 Edward Fenno Hoffman III. Lewis Carroll: Alice in Wonderland; Winnie-The-Pooh 1980
50th Anniv Chester Martin The Sixth Day (50th anniv. 1st place): Snail; sculptor. 1980
50th Edward R. Grove Natural World (50th anniv. 2nd place): sampling of textures: eagle, snail, fish, butterfly. 1980
103 Laci de Gerenday Preserve our Heritage: Cougar and Deer in Woods 1981
104 Elizabeth Gordon Chandler Enrichment of Life: early sculptor carves the muse of Painting; ballet. 1981
105 John Cook Pan with pipes, skull; Theatre. 1982
106 Don Everhart II Dance of the Dolphins. 1982
107 Joseph DiLorenzo Camelot, excalibur, castle. 1983
108 Carter Jones George Balanchine 1983
109 Dexter Jones Clown 1984
110 Margaret C. Ellison World of Nature 1984
111 Donald DeLue Bursting the Bounds 1985
112 Richard McDermontt Miller Escape and Capture 1985
113 Marika Somogyi Vanitas: Woman looking in mirror. 1986
114 Alex Shagin One Planet: Nude children around globe; moon, stars. 1986
115 Robert A. Weinman Cat and mouse. 1987
116 Robert Cronbach Dawn and Dusk: Sunrise. 1987
117 Leonda F. Finke The Prodigal Son 1988
118 Patricia L. Verani Snow and Sand 1988
119 Nicola d'Alton Moss Charles Darwin 1989
120 Keiichi Uryu Man and Woman 1989
121 Eugene Daub Fire and Ice 1990
122 Marcel Jovine Creation 1990
123 Michael Meszaros Staircase 1992
124 Joseph Shepard Flight of Icarus 1992
125 Don Everhart Dinosaur T-Rex 1993 1993
126 Karen Worth Adam and Eve 1993 1993
127 Amunullah Haiderzad The Old Kabul Bazaar 1994 1994
128 Don Everhart The Fossil Collection (5pcs) 1994 1994
129 Geri Jimenez Gould The Last Supper 1995 Link 1995
       
 
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