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Thomas Simon Net Worth

Thomas Simon Net Worth is
$300,000

Thomas Simon Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Thomas Simon (c. 1623 – 1665), English medalist, was born, according to Vertue, in Yorkshire about 1623.Simon studied engraving under Nicholas Briot, and about 1635 received a post in connection with the Royal Mint. In 1645 he was appointed by the parliament joint chief engraver along with Edward Wade, and, having executed the great seal of the Commonwealth and dies for the coinage, he was promoted to be chief engraver to the mint and seals. He produced several fine portrait medals of Oliver Cromwell, one of which is copied from a miniature by Samuel Cooper.After the Restoration Simon was appointed engraver of the king's seals. On the occasion of his contest with the brothers John, Joseph and Philip Roettiers, who were employed by the mint in 1662, Simon produced his celebrated crown of Charles II, on the margin of which he engraved a petition to the king. This is usually considered his masterpiece. He is believed to have died of the plague in London in 1665.A volume of The Medals, Coins, Great Seals and other Works of Thomas Simon, engraved and described by George Vertue, was published in 1753. He worked together with his brother Abraham Simon.
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Date Of Birth1623-01-01
Died1665-01-01
ProfessionCinematographer

Cinematographer

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NaturNahTV Series documentary 1 episode, 2011 director of photography - 1 episode, 2012
Der Saurier-Code2011TV Movie documentary
DDR ahoi!2010TV Series documentary
Der Fall X - Wie die DDR West-Berlin erobern wollte2010TV Movie documentary
Im Schatten des Eisernen Vorhangs - Schöne neue Vielfalt2009TV Movie documentary
Welt der Tiere2006TV Series documentary 1 episode
Raus aus dem Käfig - Wohin mit Europas Affen2005TV Movie documentary
Ich wollte nie so alt werden - Eine persönliche Begegnung mit Leni Riefenstahl2002TV Movie
Das Bankett2000Documentary
Höchstpersönlich1994TV Series documentary

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