Allan G Wyon (1882-1962) Bronze Bust Rev. W.F. Cobb


Allan Gairdner Wyon FRBS RMS (1882-1962) was a British Die-engraver and sculptor and, in later years, a Vicar in Newlyn, Cornwall.

His father, Grand-Father, Great Grand-father and two uncles were Chief Engravers of Seals to the Monarchs and their busts of Queen Victoria and British Medals are generally signed WYON.

His work is very highly regarded and this large bronze bust is of the Reverend W.F. Cobb, Doctor in Divinities, who retired to Saltash, Cornwall.

He is also famous for being the leader and first Grand Master of the Honorable Fraternity of Ancient Masonry, formed by a group of men and women who seceded from the Co-Masonic Movements. He is also the author of the book 'Mysticism and the Creed' 1914.

The bronze bust was exhibited at the Royal Academy (number 1598) in 1918.

Height: 66cm
Width: 37cm
Weight: 23.8kg

Due to its weight, this bust will be expensive to ship internationally.