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E-auction 34-12551 - TRÉSOR ROYAL CHAMBRE DU TRÉSOR ROYAL

TRÉSOR ROYAL CHAMBRE DU TRÉSOR ROYAL
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Estimate : 28 €
Price : 17 €
Maximum bid : 23 €
End of the sale : 09 December 2013 18:22:30
bidders : 3 bidders
Type : CHAMBRE DU TRÉSOR ROYAL 
Date : 1710 
Metal : silver 
Obverse
Reverse
Commentary
Historical background
Obverse legend : LUDOVICUS. MAGNUS. REX .
Obverse description : Buste à droite de Louis XIV signé I.M.F. [inédit proche n°243] .
Obverse translation : Louis le Grand, Roi .
Reverse legend : NEC. ASPERA. SISTUNT ; à l'exergue : TRESOR. ROYAL. 1710 .
Reverse description : Un fleuve passant par-dessus une digue .
Reverse translation : Les obstacles ne l'arrêtent pas .

ROYAL TREASURE

The first Capetian kings settled their belongings themselves using a chancellor and four Ministers of the Royal Household: the Seneschal, the Constable, the Grand Bouteiller and Grand Chambrier. Grand Bouteiller managed the royal treasury with the Grand Chambrier. Under Philip IV, the Chamber of Accounts appears in 1311, the Superintendent of Finance is assisted by a Treasurer. Royal Treasury and Treasury nevertheless confuse even under Charles V. Under Charles VII, Treasurers are increased to four and are responsible for setting the revenue budget. Under Francis I, the kingdom was divided into sixteen springs with their heads to the Receiver General and Treasurer of the savings that centralized all.