Italy. Venice. St. Mark's Basilica medal, 1854 by Jacques Wiener
Italy (Parma) / France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze Medal Maria Luisa of Austria Duchess of Parma, 1815. RRR
Poland, Republic of Poland 1918-1939. Silver gorget with Our Lady of Ostra Brama (Turmont, Lithuania 1939)
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Italy. Venice. St. Mark's Basilica medal, 1854 by Jacques Wiener.
Obv: On the obverse, the facade of the multi-domed Basilica of San Marco (1850-1876), above the entrance four horses, at the bottom in six lines the history of the basilica.
Rev: Interior perspective toward the altar under the great dome. Signed J. Wiener Bruxelles.
Van Hoydonck 65, Bronze 59,8 mm, weight 87.84 g., Condition XF, dark nice patina, small edge nicks
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France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal commemorating the surrender of Mantua, 1797, Hennin 782, Bronze 35 mm, weight 21,56 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
Belgium, West Flanders (Bruges). Medal 1924 commemorating the procession of the Holy Blood in Bruges
Belgium, West Flanders (Bruges). Medal 1924 commemorating the procession of the Holy Blood in Bruges, by Hondt, Bronze 47,00 mm, weight 34,34 g., Condition XF, nice brown patina with luster.
Vatican / Papal State. Silver miniature medal with John Paul II, Silver 14 mm, weight 1,79 g. .800, Condition UNC
Germany. Porcelain medal 1921 on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of the city of Löbau, Scheuch 1829, porcelain 37 mm, weight 9,68 g., Condition XF+
France, Arras - Pas de Calais. Berthonval Arras Alumni Association medal (L'école d'agriculture d'Arras)
France, Arras - Pas de Calais. Berthonval Arras Alumni Association medal (L'école d'agriculture d'Arras - Berthonval Ecole d'Agriculture), Silver 45,0 mm, weight 44,24 g., Condition VF+, grey patina, stamps and signatures stamped on the rim
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal commemorating the death of General Desaix at the Battle of Marengo, 1800
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal commemorating the death of General Desaix at the Battle of Marengo, 1800, Brenet & Auguste, Bramsen 44, Julius 807, Essling 2724, Bronze 50 mm, weight 60,48 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with lustre, edge damage on reverse, dark tarnish in places
Germany, Meissen. Medal on the occasion of the re-establishment of the Diocese of Meissen in 1921, porcelain 48 mm, weight 15,55 g., Condition XF+
France. Napoleon I Bonaparte, medal commemorating the alliance with Saxony, 1806, by Andrieu for Denon, Bramsen 551, Bronze 40 mm, weight 34,88 g., Condition XF, nice brown patina.
A beautiful commemorative medal and a true gem in the collection of any enthusiast of the French Emperor.
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Medal commemorating the return from Egypt and arrival in Frejus, 1799, Julius 921, Bramsen 716, Bronze 33 mm, weight 16,17 g., Condition XF, beautiful brown patina with luster, edge damage.
Germany, Weimar Republic, Nuremberg 1921 Satirical Medal, Silver plated Brass 37,0 mm, weight 19,64 g., Condition XF+, damaged rim.
This satirical medal by Wittig Friesen, Deutscher Not und Schmach Taler / German Thaler of Misfortune and Disgrace is a real treat for all lovers of the Weimar Republic era.
Germany, Hanover. Porcelain medal 250 years of German Porcelain, Hannover Industry Fair 1959, porcelain 33 mm, weight 7,25 g., Condition XF
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. A fancy medal made by casting and combining the obverse and reverse of two different medals, one is an 1804 medal commemorating the Code Napoleon, the other is a typical obverse of many medals with a portrait of the Emperor and an inscription: Napoleon Emp. et Roi., Bronze 40 mm, weight 42,54 g., Condition VF. A numismatic curiosity.
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Medal commemorating the conquest of Istria, 1806, aut. Andrieu & Brenet, Denon, Obverse: Laureate head of Napoleon facing right; around, NAPOLEON EMP ET ROI; on neck truncation in small lettering, ANDRIEU F., Reverse: View of temple of Augustus at Pola with ROMAE ET CAESARI AUGUSTO on lintel; around, TEMPLE D'AUGUSTE A POLA. in exergue, L'ISTRIE CONQUISE / AN MDCCCVI; in small lettering near edges above the exergue line, BRENET F. and DENON D. Bramsen 512, Bronze 40 mm, weight 37,72 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina. A medal that is sure to catch the attention of any collector of Napoleonic medals.
Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865). Bronze medal 1850-1852 from the prison in Verviers (Palais de Justice et Maison d'Arret a Verviers), by J. Wiener, Bronze 50,00 mm, weight 48,05 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal commemorating Napoleon's second abdication, 1815, Andrieu, Denon, Bramsen 1665, Julius 3394, Bronze 40 mm, weight 38,53 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful bronze patina with lustre.