This fascinating silver coin is dedicated to Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, the German physicist who produced and detected radiation in wavelengths now called X-rays. This spectacular set of experiments earned him the very first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901. Röntgen passed away in 1923 on the 10th of February.
- Amazing fluorescent print
- Limited mintage 500 pcs. worldwide
The reverse of this incredible coin depicts the inner part of a hand, as seen in X-rays. The hand features a special fluorescent printing that glows in the dark. All around the reverse, the inscriptions: “WILLHELM RÖNTGEN 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEATH” and “1845 – 1923”.
|Weight (g)||1/2 oz (17.50)|
|Presentation case (box)||Yes|
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