Thomas Wells Ingram (Biographical details)

Thomas Wells Ingram (sculptor/medallist; Male; 1799 - 1844)

Also known as

Ingram, Thomas Wells


Die-sinker, medallist and maker of patent horn buttons; issued calendar medals in brass and copper for 1826, 1827, 1828, 1831 and 1832, following series of P. Kempson (q.v.) but adding issuer's street address; may have worked 1825-27 as 'Wells' (one of the finest artists) at Edward Thomason's manufactory and the Soho mint before setting up independently as 'Ingram'; used succession of businesses addresses including '131 Snowhill' 1827-31.
(see also J Ingram and Co. - possible error in transcription)


Ackermann 2004, p 40; Sweeny 2004, p 25; Richard Doty, 'The Soho Mint and the industrialization of money', London, 1998, p 253; Hawkins 1989, part 2, pp 305-25; Fuld, April 1958, p. 416 (N.IN.1); July 1973, p 1211 (N.IN.1, N.IN.2, N.IN.5); Forrer 1923 p 472; Forrer 1907, pp 26-27.