Arturo Toscanini Bronze Medallion Parma 1867-1967 in celebration of the maestro's 100th birthday.
This medallion comes from the estate of Alfred Wallenstein, conductor and cellist. Wallenstein was the principal cellist in the Chicago Symphony under Toscanini. Wallenstein's friendship with Toscanini and the advice he received from his friend led to his career as the first American born conductor of a major symphony orchestra.
This medallion is from a collection of items that were inherited by my husband, Donald Wallenstein Mueller. Jr.,DDS from his great uncle Alfred Wallenstein upon Wallenstein's death in 1983.
The medallion features a portrait of Toscanini and a facsimile signature. It measures 1 1/2" in diameter and is in excellent vintage condition with a ring to attache it to a necklace or fob.
Arturo Toscanini Bronze Medallion Parma 1867-1967
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