Many 's Blog

05 Dec 2018

The Horace Mann Medal

Exonumia | Many

C. Paul Jennewein’s life as an artist is a classic success story. As a clever young boy in Germany he was apprenticed at 13 to sculptural artisans where he rapidly learned the techniques of casting, modeling, and painting. His life from then until his death in 1978 at age 87 was marked by a series of artistic accomplishments.

Several of his medallic works to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans at New York University Series, including the Horace Mann Medal engraved in 1971, are collector’s treasurers.

Horace Mann (1796 – 1859) was an American educational reformer and Whig politician dedicated to promoting public education. A central theme of his life was that "it is the law of our nature to desire happiness”.

I invite you to visit my collection of Medals designed by C. Paul Jennewein in the section of "collections" in my blog. 



Level 5

Nice medal, and will do!


Level 6

This is a beautiful medal! I'll be checking out your collection to see more!

I love medals because a lot of them are really high relief. . .


Level 5

Incredible medal. This is an area that I have started collecting in.


Level 6

Another beautiful medal. I too love the high relief. I will take you up on viewing your collection. Thanks.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Beautiful, and the ultra high relief makes your medal just pop. I will definitely view your collection.


Level 7

Many you keep surprising me with these beautiful medals. I don't have to know who sculpted it because it's beautiful like the others.


Level 6

Lovely, well done. Not familiar w/this sculptor

A prodigy he was, and great series f medals, nice collection you have assembled there.


Level 6

Great American series has some really nice medals.

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