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GM25228

Coronation of William & Mary, 1689, Festivities at Amsterdam.

Regular price £3,950
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Coronation of William & Mary, 1689, Festivities in Amsterdam, silver Medal, unsigned, formed from two plates cast in high relief and joined at the edge with a broad collar in the manner of medals by Pieter van Abeele, fields stippled, William & Mary enthroned, almost facing, each holding orb and sceptre, GVILHELMVS ET MARIA. REX. ET. REGINA CORON APR 11/12 1689, rev. three figures representing the captain, lieutenant and ensign of the City Guard of Amsterdam, armorial shield of the city above, TER. GEDAGTNIS DAT. OP. DE. DAGH. DER. KRONIG. DE WAGHT. HAD. D. COMP. VAN. D. H. B. MVIKENS, 60.8mm, 46.24g, two hallmarks to edge. Extremely fine.

Provenance:

Ex Chr. Rogier collection († 1968) - purchased privately from J. Schulman, Augustus 1956

Ex Schulman Auction 225, 14 February 1955, lot 998 (Silver Jubilee auction)

Ex Schulman Auction 210, 18 December 1945, lot 226 (W.K.F. Zwierzina collection)

Ex Schulman Auction 161, 31 October 1927, lot 1619 (W. Kalis collection)

The medal is a variety distinguished from the Eimer plate medal most noticeably by the shape of the flag held by the central figure on the reverse.

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