INTERNATIONAL SWEDENBORG CONGRESS LONDON JULY 1910 marked ‘Silver’ and enamelled badge
International Swedenborg Congress London July 1910 Badge
In 1910 the International Swedenborg Congress was held in London, England, to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the foundation of the Swedenborg Society. The Society had officially been instituted on February 26 in 1810 for the purpose of translating and publishing the works of Emanuel Swedenborg. About four hundred representatives came to the Congress from countries around the world, including England, the United States, Canada, Australia, India, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, and Holland.
Back engraved ‘David Wynter’, Made By: G. Kenning & Son silver is slightly toned by age, enamel appears to be near prefect, otherwise excellent condition.weight 16 prams 46 mm high 32 mm, east-west broach fixing.