A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657
A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657
A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657
A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657
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A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657

Estimate: 1,000 - 1,500 GBP

A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657

Estimate: 1,000 - 1,500 GBP

Lot Sold:1,250GBP

Lot Details

Description

A DUTCH SILVER MEDAL OF WILLIAM III OF ORANGE, JERIAN POOL, AMSTERDAM, DATED 1657


the front tooled with a profile of a young William III, the verso tooled in Dutch: Al lag d' oranje boom geknot dit eedel Spruitje wierd van Godt, gekoestert in Mariaas schoot. Des leeft de Vader na zyn doodt, gelyk een Fenix, in zyn Zoon. Hy groei en bloei en span de kroon in deugd en Princelik verstand, tot hel en hail van Vaderland. 1657

4.6cm., 1 ¾ in. diameter

28.6gr., 18dwt.


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Condition Report

Light wear. Good condition overall for age.


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Cataloguing

Literature

David Jones, The Life of King William III, Late King of England and Prince of Orange, London, 1705, pg. 6, plate 2.

Works of Art from the Morpurgo Collection
Online bidding closed08 Nov 2018 | 06:03 PM GMT