Szilárd Sződy (Nagykáta, 1878. April. 27. – Budapest, 1939, February. 24) was one of Hungary's most noted sculptors and designers of medals and plaques. A lot of WW1 memorials all over Hungary bears his name as well as some of the most famous medals and awards like the one for the Budapest Grand Prix of 1930.
The Levente shooting prize is one of the most famous and common work of Sződy
The Hungarian Scouts also used the Sződy designed medal for their shooting prize.
Szilárd Sződy's grave-site in Budapest.
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