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1861 Britain Baly Medal Awarded Royal Medical College MS-63 DPL

1861 Britain Baly Medal Awarded Royal Medical College MS-63 DPL

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An 1861 Great Britain Medal, presented by the Royal College of Physicians in London, awarded to Emil Fischer in 1909. Over 3.6 oz of Gold; graded MS-63 DPL by NGC.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 3.6649 oz of Gold.
  • 1861 Baly Medal Awarded to Outstanding Physiologists.
  • Awarded to Emil Fischer in 1909.
  • Obverse: Bust of William Daly in 1861.
  • Reverse: Royal College of Physicians in London two story building.


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Edge: "EMIL FISCHER, 1909". 103.90gm. Head of William Baly facing, legend around / Two-story mansion, legend around. Eimer 1545.

Struck to commemorate William Baly for contributions to the science of physiology. . Awarded to Emil Fischer in 1909; Hermann Emil Louis Fischer FRS FRSE FCS (9 October 1852 – 15 July 1919) was a German chemist and 1902 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He discovered the Fischer esterification. He also developed the Fischer projection, a symbolic way of drawing asymmetric carbon atoms. He never used his first given name, and was known throughout his life simply as Emil Fischer. Superb deeply mirrored surfaces, evidence of die repair at 10 o'clock on obverse and 2 o'clock on reverse (evidently the die had deteriorated before this piece was struck in 1909).

Ex-Sotheby's (Unidentified Sale, Lot 413). Housed in an oversized holder. Includes original Sotheby's auction ticket.

Founded by a gift from Frederick Daniel Dyster (1809–93) received in 1866, confirmed by deed 1930 – in memory of William Baly: £400 to provide a Gold medal for the person deemed to have most distinguished himself in the science of physiology, especially during the previous two years. The award is made every alternate year on the recommendation of the President and Council at the Quarterly Meeting in July and presented on the occasion of the Harveian Oration.


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