Frederick Victor Grey Wymark
|Born||6 October 1872|
Stawell, Victoria, Australia
|Died||`19 October 1942 (aged 80)|
Church Point, New South Wales, Australia
|Occupation||Bookseller, book and manuscript collector, collector of Australiana|
Frederick Victor Grey Wymark (6 October 1872 – 19 October 1942) was an Australian Australiana collector, book collector and bookseller.
Wymark was born in Stawell, Victoria to a local Victorian mother and British father, he came to Sydney in 1884 and grew up in Wooloomooloo, when David Angus opened a book store in Market Street, Sydney, Wymark became his assistant and was then apprenticed by Angus in 1890, Angus subsequently with his business partner established the retailer Angus & Robertson bookstores. After David Angus died in 1900, Wymark took over the majority share of the company with George Robertson. Wymark died in Church Point, New South Wales in 1942.
- Wymark, Marjorie. "Wymark, Frederick Victor Grey (1872–1942)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Melbourne University Press. ISSN 1833-7538. Retrieved 18 February 2012 – via National Centre of Biography, Australian National University.
- Australian Booksellers Association; Manton, George Jervis, 1876-1961 (1980), The early Australian booksellers : the Australian Booksellers Association memorial book of fellowship, Australian Booksellers Association, ISBN 978-0-9598893-2-1CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)