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Netherlands, Zeeland. Hoedjesschelling 1680, countermark with arrows, V. 213.2, HPM Ze 74, CNM 2.49.82, Silver 27 mm, weight 4,81, Condition VF, patina
Sweden, Medal by Lea Ahlborn commemorating the death of Queen Lovisa in Stockholm on March 30, 1871, pewter/tin 42 mm, weight 33.42 g., condition XF+, nice luster.
Louise was born in August 1828 in the Hague, and was the daughter of Fredrik of the Netherlands and Louise of Prussia.
She was chosen as a suitable wife for the Swedish heir to the throne, Karl (XV). Their wedding took place in June 1850 and her official name became Lovisa. In 1859, she became queen of Sweden and Norway. Lovisa and Karl XV were very different, and their relationship was never particularly happy. They had two children, of whom only their daughter reached adulthood.
Lovisa devoted herself to charity work and was the patron and founder of several associations, such as a care home for sick children, a school for deaf children, and a society for the establishment of orphanages in Lapland.
Spanish Netherlands (Albert and Isabela 1598-1621), Antvers. Jeton (Rekenpenning) 1607, Peace proposals in 's-Gravenhage
Spanish Netherlands (Albert and Isabela 1598-1621), Antvers. Jeton (Rekenpenning) 1607, Peace proposals in 's-Gravenhage, Dugn. 3622, vLoonII.29, Tas392, Copper 27 mm, weight 5,37 g., Condition VF, nice patina
Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon 10 Soldi 1813 B, Bologne, KM C# 6.3, Silver 18 mm, weight 2,5 g. .900, Condition VF+, small scratches on obverse, nice patina, scarce
Italy (Parma) / France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze Medal Maria Luisa of Austria Duchess of Parma, 1815. RRR
Italy (Parma) / France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal Maria Luisa of Austria Duchess of Parma, 1815, by Donaldi, Obverse: Bust facing right, no legend, Reverse: Legend in seven lines: MARIA LUIGIA / PRINC. IMP. ARCID. / D'AUSTRIA / PER LE GR. DI DIO DUCH. / DI PARMA PIAC. / E GUAST. / 1815; in small lettering near the rim, DONALD'I F., Bramsen 1695, Julius 3435, Bronze 40 mm, weight 29,05 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster, exquisitely preserved piece, original minting. Extremely rare type of medal, virtually unheard of on the collector's market. Few listed copies mostly are later castings.
Belarus 1000 Roubles 2007, Cross of St. Euphrasyne of Polock, KM 171, Parchimowicz 704, mintage 2000 pcs., Silver 100 mm, weight 1083,8 g. 925 (1 kg pure Silver), gold-plated cross (0,13 g.), decorated with synthetic stones, Condition Proof-Like, Original Box with Certificate, a very impressive coin
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Medal commemorating the visit of Alexander I of Russia to Paris, 1814, Denon, Bramsen 1464, Bronze 41 mm, weight 36,68 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
Italy, Mantua (Mantova) - Austrian administration. Soldo 1731, Carlo VI 1707-1740, KM 248, Copper 22 mm, weight 2,04 g., Condition aVF, dark brown patina
Vatican City. Set 2 Lire, 1 Lira, 50 i 20 Centesimi 1941 AN IV, Pius XII 1939-1958, KM 36,36,34,33, Stainless Steel, Condition UNC
Belgium. 20th century Bronze medal, commemorating World War I 1914-1918, Nieuwpoort, in 1914, Bronze 50 mm, weight 36,36 g., Condition UNC