Crawford Medal

The Crawford Medal is a vermeil medal awarded by the Royal Philatelic Society London for the most valuable and original contribution to the study and knowledge of philately published in book form during the relevant period.[1]

See also Crawford Award for fantasy novels.
See also Max Crawford Medal Australian academic award.
The former premises (1925-2019) of the Royal Philatelic Society London at 41 Devonshire Place, W1.

The medal is named after James Lindsay, 26th Earl of Crawford, who by the time of his death in 1913 had amassed the greatest philatelic library of his time.[2]