Jeton de Vermeil

The Jeton de vermeil is an award recognising scholarly achievement in numismatics. It is awarded by the Société française de numismatique [fr] annually to a foreign (non-French) numismatic scholar, and every three years to the outgoing president of the society. It was formerly known as the Médaille de vermeil.[1] It is a widely recognised award for numismatics.

The medal was created in 1932-36 by Lucien Bazor, engraver at the Paris Mint, thanks to a bequest to the Society from Pierre Babut (who was President of the Society, 1907-1908 and 1912-1913).[2]

Recipients of the Médaille de vermeil

Recipients of the Jeton de vermeil


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  3. ^ Villaronga, L.; Institut d'Estudis Catalans; Societat Catalana d'Estudis Numismàtics (2014-11-12). Obra numismàtica esparsa Vol. 5. Institut d'Estudis Catalans. p. 341. ISBN 978-84-9965-212-2.
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  5. ^ Institut d'Estudis Catalans (2009). Directori de les societats filials: (1907-2007). Institut d'Estudis Catalans. p. 265. ISBN 978-84-92583-11-9.
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