Joseph Shepherd Wyon
Joseph Shepherd Wyon (28 July 1836 – 12 August 1873) was an English medallist and seal-engraver.
On 2 December 1858 Wyon was appointed Chief Engraver of the Seals, a post previously held by his father, Benjamin Wyon, and grandfather, Thomas Wyon the elder. He died at Winchester on 12 August 1873.
- 1861, Steevens's Hospital medals, Dublin (Cusack prize);
- 1862?, Great Seal of the Confederate States of America.
- 1863, entry of Princess Alexandra into London;
- 1846–65, New Zealand war medal;
- 1867, confederation of provinces of Canada;
- the great seal of the dominion of Canada;
- reception of the sultan of Turkey in London;
- 1867–8, Abyssinian war medal; and
- 1872, Prince of Wales's recovery.
- L. Forrer, Wyon, Joseph Shepherd (1916). Biographical Dictionary of Medallists. Volume 6. London: Spink & Son Ltd. pp. 588–592.
- Lee, Sidney, ed. (1900). "Wyon, Joseph Shepherd". Dictionary of National Biography. 63. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
- Historical Notes, The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine Vol. 9, No. 2 (Apr., 1908), pp. 102-103. Published by: South Carolina Historical Society. Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/27575191
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