1726-27 Great Britain Death of Sir Isaac Newton Medal

Death of Sir Isaac Newton

Death of Sir Isaac Newton 1727
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Obverse draped bust facing left, ISAACVS NEWTONVS, initials I.C in exergue, reverse Science seated against a table, shows a planetary-system diagram, legend FELIX. COGNOSCERE CAVSAS (“It makes one happy to know causes”), in emerge M.DCC.XXVI

Dated in the old style. Besides being a natural philosopher and mathematician best known for his Principia Mathematica, Newton also served as Master of the Royal Mint from 1699 until his death in 1727.

Eimer 504
Bronze 51mm

1726-27 Great Britain Death of Sir Isaac Newton Medal

1726-27 Great Britain Death of Sir Isaac Newton Medal

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Death of Sir Isaac Newton 1727
SOLD

Obverse draped bust facing left, ISAACVS NEWTONVS, initials I.C in exergue, reverse Science seated against a table, shows a planetary-system diagram, legend FELIX. COGNOSCERE CAVSAS (“It makes one happy to know causes”), in emerge M.DCC.XXVI

Dated in the old style. Besides being a natural philosopher and mathematician best known for his Principia Mathematica, Newton also served as Master of the Royal Mint from 1699 until his death in 1727.

Eimer 504
Bronze 51mm

1726-27 Great Britain Death of Sir Isaac Newton Medal

1726-27 Great Britain Death of Sir Isaac Newton Medal

Alternatively, take a look at https://www.acsearch.info whereby auction results can be viewed, please note that these results are normally shown before Buyers Premium and VAT

Please note that GMCoins is not responsible for the content on any associated website.

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Metal

Bronze

Year

1727

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