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Live auction - fme_700424 - GREAT-BRITAIN - GEORGE II Médaille, Bataille de Minden

GREAT-BRITAIN - GEORGE II Médaille, Bataille de Minden AU
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Estimate : 250 €
Price : no bid
Maximum bid : no bid
End of the sale : 25 January 2022 19:36:15
Type : Médaille, Bataille de Minden
Date: 1759
Metal : copper
Diameter : 40 mm
Engraver Pingo
Weight : 29,31 g.
Edge : lisse
Puncheon : sans poinçon
Coments on the condition:
Patine hétérogène avec du rouge de frappe encore visible. Traces de manipulation. Peu d’usure

Obverse


Obverse legend : MINDEN // À L’EXERGUE : SOCIETY. PROM. ARTS / AND. COMMERCE.
Obverse description : Victoire drapée à l’antique, tenant une palme d’une main et un bouclier de l’autre, assise sur des boucliers fleurdelisés.

Reverse


Reverse legend : CONCORD. OF. THE. ALLIES // À L’EXERGUE : AVG. I. MDCCLIX.
Reverse description : Victoire ailée debout sur un globe tenu par les deux hommes cuirassés qu’elle couronnent d’une couronne de laurier.

Historical background


GREAT BRITAIN - GEORGES II

(22/06/1727-25/10/1760)

George II (10/11/1683-25/10/1760) is the son of George I (1714-1727) and Sophia Dorothea of ​​Brunswick. He succeeded his father in 1726 and was also Duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg. He left Walpole govern until 1742. He was the first Hanoverian king to take an interest in England.

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