Nicholas I Pavlovich: Peace with Ottoman Turks
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Circular medal of Nicholas I Pavlovich (1796-1855), Tsar of Russia, commemorating the peace with the Ottoman Turks.
Obverse: Profile bust of Nicholas I looking to proper left, wearing laureate wreath; inscribed at edge “NICOLAUS I TOTIUS RUSSIAE IMPERATOR” and under bust “G.LOOS DIR.H.GUBE FEC.”.
Reverse: Emperor, wearing armor, standing at proper left and a Turkish warrior standing at proper right, each holding the same branch at center with many men and flags in background; inscribed above “PAX DATA TURCIS PETENTIBUS” and in exergue “HADRIANOP.D.II.SEPT.ST.V./MDCCCXXIX”.
Obverse: Inscribed at edge "NICOLAUS I TOTIUS RUSSIAE IMPERATOR" and under bust "G.LOOS DIR.H.GUBE FEC.".
Reverse: Inscribed above "PAX DATA TURCIS PETENTIBUS" and in exergue "HADRIANOP.D.II.SEPT.ST.V./MDCCCXXIX".
By 1929, Wolf Kostakowsky, Mattapan, MA; 1929, sold by Kostakowsky to the MFA for $518 [see note 1]. (Accession date: January 17, 1929)
 Five hundred numismatics, MFA accession numbers 29.159 through 29.658, were purchased from Mr. Kostakowsky for a total price of $518.
Frederick Brown Fund