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fwo_713994 - ITALY - DUCHY OF PARMA DE PIACENZA AND GUASTALLA - MARIE-LOUISE OF AUSTRIA 1 Lira 1815 Milan

ITALY - DUCHY OF PARMA DE PIACENZA AND GUASTALLA - MARIE-LOUISE OF AUSTRIA 1 Lira  1815 Milan AU
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Type : 1 Lira
Date: 1815
Mint name / Town : Milan
Quantity minted : 66335
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 23,5 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 5,01 g.
Edge : incuse
Coments on the condition:
Monnaie nettoyée
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : MARIA LUIGI PRINC.IMP.ARCID.D’AUSTRIA // 1815.
Obverse description : Buste diadémé et drapé de Marie-Louise à gauche, les cheveux coiffés en chignon.
Obverse translation : (Marie-Louise princesse impériale archiduchesse d'Autriche).

Reverse


Reverse legend : PER LA GR.DI DIO D.DI PARMA P.G. // 1 LIRA.
Reverse description : écu sur manteau couronné.
Reverse translation : (Par la grâce de Dieu duchesse de Parme, Plaisance et Guastalla).

Historical background


ITALY - Duchy of Parma PLEASURE AND GUASTALLA - MARIE-LOUISE OF AUSTRIA

(14/09/1814-16/12/1847)

Marie-Louise of Habsburg (12/12/1791-18/12/1847) is the daughter of Emperor Francis II of Austria and Maria Theresa of Naples. After the battle of Wagram, Austria is in bad shape and the emperor was forced to give his daughter in marriage to Napoleon to preserve the peace between France and Austria. The marriage took place April 2, 1810 after Napoleon repudiated Joséphine. Napoleon II, King of Rome, was born March 20, 1811. In 1813, Napoleon gave him the regency. After the abdication of Napoleon in 1814, she joined her father in Vienna. It receives lifetime sovereignty of the Duchy of Parma. It morganatic wife Count von Neipperg in 1821, four months after the death of Napoleon and has two children by him. After the death of Field Marshal, she remarried with his grand chamberlain, Count Bombelles in 1834. His son, Napoleon said "L'Aiglon" consumptive dies two years before in Vienna.

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