Belgium. Medal 1913, by Armand Bonnetain, concerning the professional association of young lawyers in Brussels.
Belgium. Bronze Medal 1861, The Art Congress in Antwerp
Belgium. Numismatic Medal Brussels Mint 1910
- KOD: 4603073
Belgium. Medal 1913, by Armand Bonnetain, concerning the professional association of young lawyers in Brussels. Bronze 65 mm, weight 90,60 g., Condition XF, nice patina.
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France, Burgundy. Commemorative medal of the Agricultural Society of the Canton of Seurre, circa 1910
France, Burgundy. Commemorative medal of the Agricultural Society of the Canton of Seurre, circa 1910, Societe Agricole Syndicale du Canton de Seurre Côte-d'Or, signed L. Patriarche, gilt bronze 40 mm, weight 30,50 g., Condition aUNC
France. Napoleon I Bonaparte, Silver medal commemorating the Peace of Luneville, 1801, by Andrieu, minted at the Paris Mint, Bramsen 108, Silver 42 mm, weight 32,52 g., Condition XF+, beautiful multi-colour patina, hairlines on the obverse.
A beautiful commemorative medal, a true gem in the collection of any enthusiast of the Emperor of the French.
Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865). Bronze medal 1847-1850 commemorating the opening of the Maison de Sureté pour Femmes in Brussels, by J. Wiener, Bronze 50,00 mm, weight 51,96 g., Condition XF, dark brown patina with luster, local discoloration.
Germany, Hanover. Porcelain medal 250 years of German Porcelain, Hannover Industry Fair 1959, porcelain 33 mm, weight 7,25 g., Condition XF
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.
Germany, Meissen. Porcelain medal "Tönendes Erz , Liebe beschert's" ("Sounding the ore, love bestows it"), 10 Mark 1921, porcelain 40 mm, weight 12,47 g., Condition UNC
Belgium, West Flanders (Bruges). Medal 1907 commemorating the procession of the Holy Blood in Bruges
Belgium, West Flanders (Bruges). Medal 1907 commemorating the procession of the Holy Blood in Bruges, by Hondt, Bronze 47,00 mm, weight 35,18 g., Condition aXF, brown patina with luster.
France. Napoleon I Bonaparte, Br medal commemorating the capture of Vienna, 1805, by Bertrand Andrieu and Andre Galle, minted at the Paris Mint, Bramsen 443, bronze 40 mm, weight 37,04 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful lustrous brown patina.
A beautiful commemorative medal from the Napoleonic Wars immortalizing the capture of Vienna on November 13, 1805, which preceded the famous Battle of Austerlitz, also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors, less commonly known as the Battle of Brno - one of the most important battles of the Napoleonic Wars and the decisive battle of the war against the Third Anti-French Coalition, fought on December 2, 1805 and victorious for Napoleon. A true gem in the collection of any enthusiast of the French Emperor.
Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865). Bronze medal 1849-1851 from the prison in Dinant (Maison d'Arret a Dinant), by J. Wiener, Bronze 50,00 mm, weight 53,17 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
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.
Czechoslovakia. Plaque 1912, by Jan Čejk, 40th Anniversary of the founding of the Comenius Society in Vienna
Czechoslovakia. Plaque 1912, by Jan Čejk, issued on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the founding of the Comenius Society in Vienna. Bronze 57 x 76 mm, weight 113,70 g., Condition UNC
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.
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal commemorating the Confederation of the Rhine, 1806, by Andrieu & Brenet, Denon, Bramsen 534, Julius 1587, Zeitz 73, Witt 2465, Bronze 40 mm, weight 38,20 g., Condition aXF, bumped edge, minor surface blemishes, nice brown patina with luster.
Germany, Bremen. Commemorative Medal from the Shooting Festival 1865, COMITE MARKE VI - 2 pcs. Bronze and Gilt Bronze 21,00 mm, weight 3,48 g., Condition XF, patina
Belgium, Kingdom. Leopold I 1830-1865. Posthumous medal of Peter Joseph Trieste, 1836, bronze 40 mm, weight 32,57 g., Condition XF.
Peter Joseph Triest (31 August 1760 – 24 June 1836) was a prelate of the Diocese of Ghent. He is known for his foundations of religious communities in this diocese, and has been called "the St. Vincent de Paul of Belgium". źródło: wikipedia.org