ANOVA was also performed to determine any differences in the swabbed areas (i.e., obverse
, reverse, and edge).
Portrait medal of Leonello d'Este obverse
and reverse, early 1440s, Antonio Pisano called Pisanello (c.
On the obverse
side of ` 500 note, a vertical band on the right side of the Mahatma Gandhi's portrait contains a latent image showing the respective denominational value in numeral
of each coin depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
, or heads side, of the coin depicts the legs and boots of three disabled veterans.
The authors, both military veterans, establish the authority of the medal, when it was first issued, criteria, order of precedence, devices, designer, description and symbolism, describe the front and obverse
of the medal and give historical background.
The new design by Welshman Matthew Dent, for all the coins except the pounds 2, is based on the Royal Arms with the existing portrait of the Queen on the obverse
After the samples had been exposed to humidity for 5 days, 10 punches were made on the obverse
and 10 on the reverse for each humidity level and each corrugated cardboard type.
More than 1,000 black-and-white obverse
and reverse coin photographs clearly show the visual distinctions to look for when grading currency, and the easy-to-understand terms and grading descriptions make Photograde a snap to use for beginners and advanced graders alike.
The article includes a polymer fabric substrate having a reverse side and an obverse
side; a conductive metal layer on one side of the substrate; and a flame retardant coating intermediate the conductive coating metal layer and the polymeric substrate.
There are no ribbons attached and I don't have the history of the soldiers who owned them, but the first medal is dated 1854 and on the obverse
side bears Queen Victoria's head with a clasp and the place Sebastopol on an oak leaf.
The other will be the same as the obverse
of coins minted by other member states of the EU.