Faraday Centenary medal

Made:
1925 in Europe
artist:
André Adolphe Rivaud

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Faraday Centenary medal by A Rivaud, awarded to James Morton in 1925 for his work on artificial dyestuffs. Gold; 68mm diameter, 4mm thickness, in brown case 11x11x2cm. rim legend: OR. Obverse: portrait HS of Michael Faraday (1791-1867), signed blc, A Rivaud. Reverse: Faraday Benzene Centenary 1825-1925; [chemical symbols and] AIN; James Morton 1925; with schematic representation of four Benzene rings.

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Category:
Coins, Medals & Tokens
Object Number:
1975-465
type:
medal, medals medals
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Morton, J.W.F.
status:
Permanent collection

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