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Clje Bttitss of Cnglis}) S)istorifal iHetials, 

IX GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE, 

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HEXPtY YI (1422-1471) to GEOEGE II (1727-1760). 




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First Day Thursday. 2n(l .June... 

Second D.VY Friday. Hrd June 

Third Day Saturday. 4th June ... 

FoiniTH Day Monday. t!th June ... 

Fifth F'ay Tut'sdav. 7ih June ... 



Lots 1 to 1 r> 
Lots 18(i to 271 
Lots l'72 to 1<»7 
Lots 4(t8 to '>IA 
Lots .■•)44 to (i7»> 




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CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

COINS AND MEDALS, 

THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE 

JOHN G. MUEDOCH, Esq. 

Memher of the Numismatic Society of London. 



IN GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE, 

FROM 

HENRY VI (1422-1471) to GEORGE II (1727-1760). 



WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 

{In accordance vntli the will of the deceased), 
BY MESSRS. 

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, 

i^actioncers of Ititcrarj ^ropcrtu \^ ISnrfes illustratihB of tijc JFxnc %xiz, 

AT THEIR HOUSE, No. 13, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, W.C. 

On THURSDAY, the 2nd day of JUNE, 1904, and Four following Days, 

AT ONE o'clock PRECISELY. 



MAY BE VIEWED TWO DAYS PRIOR. CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD. 



URYDF.N PRESS: J. DAVY AND SONS, I37, LONG ACRE, LONDON. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. 'I'lie liin^hest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between bidders, the lot so disputed shall be imme- 
diately put up again, provided the auctioneer cannot decide 
the said dispute. 
II. No person to advance less than Is. ; above five pounds, 
2s. 6d., and so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve, the auc- 

tioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the seller. 

IV. The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode. 

and to pay down 5.s'. in the pound, if required, in part 
payment of tlie purchase-money ; in default of which the 
lot or lots purchased to be immediately put up again and 
re-sold. 

V. The sale of any lot is not to be set aside on account of any 
error in the enumeration of the number.-^ stated, or errors 
of description. 

Vj. The lots to be taken away at the buyer's expense, imme- 
diately after tlie conclusion of the sale ; in default of which 
Mes.srs. 80THEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE will 
not hold themselves responsible if lost, stolen, damaged, or 
otherwise destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of 
the j)nrchaser. If at the expiration of Two Days after the 
conclusion of the sale, the lots are not cleared or paid for, 
they will then be catalogued for immediate sale, and the 
expense, the same as if re-sold, will be added to the 
amount at which they were bought. Messrs. SOTHEBY. 
WILKINSON & HODGE will have the option of re- 
selling the lots uncleared, either by public or private sale, 
without any notice being given to the defaulter. 

VII \'\)()\\ failure of complying with the above conditions, tlie 
money recjuired and deposited in part of payment shall be 
forfeited, and if any loss is sustained in the re-selling of such 
tots as are not cleared or ixiid for, all charges on such re-sale 
shall lie made good by the defaulters at this sale. 



Gentlemen vho cannot attend the sale may have their Com- 
iiissions faithfidly executed by their humble Servants, 

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, 

13. Wellington Street, Strand, London. 






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and Ireland to the Death of George II'' 2 vols. London, 18S5. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

COINS AND MEDALS, 

THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE 

JOHN G. MURDOCH, ESQ. 

Member of the Kumismatic Society of London. 



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FIRST DAY'S SALE. 



ENGLISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, &c. 

HENRY VI. 

1422—1471. 
Silver. 

LOT 

1 Expulsion of the English from France, 1451, by Charles VII. 

REGNA PATRIS . POSSIDENS . IN . PACE QZ . LILIA . TENENS. HOSTIBUS ' 
FVGATIS I VIVAS . REX . SEPTIME . REGNANS . KAROLE. FEROX . REBEL- 
LIBVS . SVBDITIS. | EQVVS ERGA . TVOS . IVSTVS . IN HOSTES . FORTIS . r 

ET . VERAX in three concentric circles ; in centre, K crowned, ground- V -^ ^. 

work seme de lis, the whole within tressure of twelve arcs ^* '^<~K ~" / L ~ — 

]jc FERRO . PACEM . QVESITAM . IVSTICIA . MAGNA . CONSERVAS . XPO . 
DEVOTVS : MILITES | DISCIFLINA . COHERCENS IN . EVVM . REGNES . 
HOS . INSIGNES PERAGENS | ACTVS TEMPORA . DE , LICTERIS . HIC . 

ET . RETRO . RESPICE . SCIES. in three concentric circles; in the centre, 
shield of France, crowned, between two tioral Ijranches (for other 
medals commemorating the same event see Med. III. I, -pp. 13, 14), very 
fine and of the highest rarity [PI. I] 1 

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HENRY VII. 

1485—1509. 
Gold. 
Marriage, 1486. Half length figures of bridegroom and bride facing, 
their right hands united ; his left hand upon a book, bis head 
encircled with roses ; her's crowned. Above, celestial rays ; + 

lUXGIMUS . 0PTAT.4S . SUB . AMICO . FOEDERE . DEXTRAS 

y. A wreath of roses enclosing the words UXOR CASTA EST ROSA 
SVAUIS; + SICUT . SOL . ORIEXS . DEI : (sic) SIC . MVLIER . BONA . 
DOMUS . EIUS . ORNAMEXTUM (coillj). Ecclus. XXVI. 21) 

(2-25. Med. III. \, p. 19, ?io. 1), very fine 1 

This medal owes its place here solely to its having been supposed to com- 
memorate the marriage of Henry XIV and Elizabeth of York, and is one of 
a series of medallions, of similar style, made by some goldsmiths at Prague 
towards the close of the l(!th century, (see Kohler, vi, 138). 

EDWARD VI. 

1547—1553. 
Silver. 
Coronation, 1547. A rose on its stalk, crowned, between E R; 

EDWARD ! VI. REX. AXCx. FRAXC. HIBER. ZC. 
51 IXSIGXIA POTEXTLSSIMI . REGIS . AXGLIE . I 547., StojJS, roses {cast) 

(1-1. Med. Hid. IV, 7; Ruding, Gold, pi. vii, 14; Med. III. 1, 
2h 5."), no. 3) 

MARY. 

1553-1558. 
Siege of St, Quentin, 1557. Bust of Philip 11 to right, laureate 
and in arniotu' 
1,< Medallion of St. (,)ueiitin ; across the field AXXO M.D.LVii. DEX x . 
TA(; av(;.wai;d dvucii kvnig riiiLii' zv hisi'AX.vxd exgellaxd. 

DER FltAXZOS GESCIILAGEX DER COXXESTABEL VXD BEST ADEL 
GEFAX(;. V()L(;KXI) DEX XXVII DES SELBEX DIE STAT SAXCT QVIXTIX 
MIT DHM STVRM liKKOl'. . VXD GEPLVXDERT. 

{Med. III. I, p. 84, no. 47) 2 

ELIZABETH. 

1558—1603. 
Gold. 
Dangers averted, 1589. Bust of Elizabeth, almost full face, crowned, 
mil' open in front, erect behind, gown puffed in diainond-shai)ed 
pattern ami jewelled, DITloR . IX . TOTO . XUX . ALTER . CIRCVL^•S . 
OR BE., ///. in. large rose : stops, roses 
\X A bay-tree uninjured by lightning and winds, flourishing upon an 



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Lot 4 — continued. 

island, inscribed NON . IPSA . PERICVLA . TANGVNT., two ships in the 
distance, E. R. upon the field, border of leaves 

(1-9 hy 1-75. Med. Hist. Vii, 7 ; Perry, v, 2 ; Med. III. i, p. 154, 
no. 129), very fine [PI. I] 1 

5 Battle of Nieupopt, 1600. Plan and siege of Fort St, Andrew, 

COAIPVLSO AD DEBIT : PR^SID : ANDREiE : C/ESO FVGATOQ ' A . NEOP : Q 

ALB : AVST. (^ J 

9= Prince Maurice on horseback, to right, holding sword and trampling v^ ^ *-^ " 
on foes, laurel wreath over his head ; beyond, battle and fleet ; over 
all, in clouds, the name of Jehovah in Hebrew and i6oo; CAPTIS 
CXXX MILIT : SIGNIS . ORD : AVSP : PRINCEPS MAVR : VICTOR REDIDIT. ; 
m. m. cinquefoil 

(2"05. Fan Loon, i, 535 ; Med. III. I, p. 174, no. 171), very fine and 
very rare [PL II] 1 

6 Rheinberg taken, Ostend defended, 1601. hang, capimvs. 

VIRTVTE DEL, Rheinberg invested ; above, in radiated clouds, the 
name of Jehovah in Hebrew q 

51 DEFENDIMVS. ISTAM. cioioci., Osteud invested, two ships in the ^ / ■•> — i T** 
offing ; below, s. C ; and above, the name of Jehovah in Hebrew in » *-^ / ^ 

radiated clouds 

(1"15, icith loop. Med. III. i, p. 178, no. 178), very fine and probably 
imique in this metal [PL II] 1 

7 Maurice Prince of Orange, 1602. Bust of the prince to right, 

in armour, cloak and ruff ; on shoulder, in incuse lettering, AET. 34, 
and below bust, G . V . B . r_ mavritivs . PR . avr . co . nass . cat . *^ 

MARC . VER . ET . VLIS . ^^ <\.0 — 

^ TANDEM . FIT . SVRCVLVS . ARBOR . ANNO . i6o2., a young orange tree 

growing from the trunk of an old tree, within a wreath of orange 

(1-4. 3Ied. III. I, p. 181, no. 182), very fine, excessively rare 

[PL II] 1 

Silver. 

8 Accession, 1558. Engraved Bust of the Queen, three-quarter to left, 

wearing coif, veil, ruff, double necklace of pearls, ELIZABETH D.G. ■:_ o ^' ' 

ANG. FR ET. HIB. REGINA, border of dots *~ ' 

9) Phoenix amid flames ; above, crown and royal monogram, semper. 
EADEM, border of dots, very fine and unpublished 1 

9 New Coinage, 1560. Bust of Elizabeth, three-quarters left, crowned, 

wearing ruff and rich dress, within floral wreath 

$1 Justice seated, holding scales and sword within a floral wreath, no 

legend 

(1-15. Med. Hist. VII, 2 ; Med. III. i, p. 100, no. 23) 1 

Struck probably to commemorate the reformation in the coinage of the 
realm . 



10 The Voyage of Sir Francis Drake, 1580. A circular Silver Plate ; 

eiigr.ived upon one side is the Eastern Hemisphere, and upon the 
1^ other the Western ; the course taken by Drake is marked by a 

^4t '- dotted line, and the dale of his departure is inscribed D. F. Dra 

Exiitus anno 1577, and Ills return Redltus anvo 1580. 4 Cal. Oc. 

{Med. III. I, p. 131, no. 83) 1 

This valuable and most iiitercstini,' record of the Voyage of Sir Francis Drake 
loiind the World is attributed to Jodocus Ilomlius of Anisterdatn, and was 
jirohably executed as a contemporary record shortly after Drake's return ; the 
only other known specimin is in the British Museum. 

11 Assistance to the United Provinces, l.')85. Eh'zabeth, crowned, 

seated to right and holding a rose-branch, presents roses from a 
basket to two deputies of the United Provinces, MACTE . AXIMI . 
ROSA. XECTARK . IMBVTA. ; !;{. Two Spaniards eating hay out of a 
manger with a horse and an ass, SPRETA . AMBROSIA . VESCITOR . 
I'ENO. 15S5 (1-2. Van Loon. I, 355, 2 ; Med. III. I, p. 133, no. 86). 
Elizabeth, crowned, seated facing, attended l)y Leicester (]), who 
holds an open book on which are swords ; she presents a sword to 
two deputies of the United Provinces, E . R . EST . ALTRIX . ESVRIEX- 
TIV.M . EVM., in exeigne 1586; Ijl A sword, the point in clouds 
bearing the name of Jehovah in Hebrew, SERMO . DEI. QVO : EXSE. 
AXtTPi : AVCTIOR. (1-15. Van Loon, i, 359 ; Med. III. I, p. 133, no. 87) 

Jealousy of Leicester in Belgium, 1586. A Belgian frightened 
at the smoke falls into the fire, FVGIEXS . fvmvm . IXCIDIT . ix . 
loXEM . 86. ; m. m. cross ; l;l An ape, amidst her young ones, hugs 
one to death, LIBEllTAS . XE . ITA . CIIARA . VT . SIMI.E . G.VTVLI. 
(1-15. Mnl. Ill I, p. 138, no. 96) 

Dissensions of the United Provinces. Two oxen, to right, 
ploughing, TRAlllTK j:qvo ivgo 1591 ; ^ Two pots in the sea, 
FKAX(;iMVK . SI . ('OLLIDIMVR. ; in exergue a hi»rn, symbol of the 
town of Horn (I'S'). Luckins, 312), unj»tblidu'd of fhis date 

Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588. Two ships engaged; 
beneath, ci.Assis . Illsi'., leg. VENIT . IVIT . FVIT. 1588.: \i Shield 
of Zealatul, crowned, SOLI . DEO . (iLOltlA. (I '25. Jdn Loon, I, 
:3Sl.L>: Med. III. i, p. 146, no. 113). Fleet sailing before the 
wind, sun dispersing clouds, I'OST . xviur.A . I'HOEin'S . A°. 1588. ; 
U Sliield of Z''aland, crowned, within the eight shields of her prin- 
(■i|)al towns, CAI.CX'M . ORDIXVM . ZKLAXDI.E. (1-2. J'un LooH, I, 
3-^1, 3; Mill. III. I, p. 147, no. 115), nnp}(hli.died in this mctaJ. 
\'\n\Y persons kneeling, to felt, in prayer : above, rays from 
clouds, ifOMO . PUOPoXIT . DEVS . DISPOXIT. ; in exergue 1588 ; 
U A Sp;uiisli ship breaking asiuider, HispAXi . F\x;i\ r. ET . PEREVT . 
XK.MINK. sK(^)VETE. (LI 5. Med. Hi.^t. i.\, 6; /«/( Loon, I, 386, 2; 




No. 10. 




Lot 11 — continued. 

Med. III. I, p. 147, no. 116). Elizabeth, seated in a car, holds a 
palm-branch and a prayer book, tandem . bona . CAVSA . TRIVMPHAT. 
1589; 5^ In a tree a nest of young birds protecting themselves 
against the attack of a bird of prey ; across the tree BELLV NECESS. ; 
leg. SI . NON . viRiBVS . AT . CAVSA . POTiERES. (MS. Van Loon, 1, 
388; iMed. III. J, p. 153, no. 128) 8 

12 Alliance of England, France, and the United Provinces, 1596. 

The Belgic lion to left, with sword and arrows ; beneath, S. C. ; 
^) A hand from heaven holding a cord with three tassels, rvmpitvr . 
HAVD . FACILE . CIO . 10 . XCVI. (1-15. Fan Loon, I, 471 ; Med. III. I, 
p. 160, no. 141). Faith and Constancy join hands, appealing 
to Jehovah, whose name in Hebrew appears above, fide . ET . 
CONSTANTIA. ; 9= A hand from heaven smites a sow with a stone, 

C.ESA . FIRMABANT . FOEDERA . PORCA . 1 596., m. m. VOSG {Fan Loon, I, 

471, 3; Med. III. i, p. 161, no. 142). Three armed soldiers unite 
hands upon an altar, incusely inscribed LIBERT . patr. ; COM- 
MVNIS . QVOS . CAVSA . MOVET . SOCIAT. ; ^ An armed soldier points 
to a tablet attached to a column inscribed ODIVM tyrannidis ; 
TiTVLVS . FOEDERIS . Cio.iO.xcvL (1-15. Fan Loon, I, 471, 4; Med. III. 
I, p. 161, no. 144). Three shields, France, England and the United 
Provinces, joined by branches of orange ; below, small shield of 
Zealand, DEO . DVCE . C0MI'"E . CONCORDIA. ; ^ Shield, radiate, in- 
scribed with the name of Jehovah in Hebrew, and from whence 
issue three hands, each holding a sword; above, 1596, and a castle, 
the badge of Middleburg, MVTVA DEFESio tvtiss. {Med. Hist, ix, 5 ; 
Fan Loon, I, 471, 4; Med. III. i, p. 162, no. 146) 
Battle of Nieupopt, 1600. Shield of Zealand, crowned, qvos . dies . 
VIDIT . VENIENS . SVPERBOS.; 7n. m. castls ; 5^ Spaniards flying before 
the allied infantry and cavalry ; above, AD neoportv., leg. HOS . 
DIES .VIDIT . fvgiens . iacentes : 2 . iVLii . 1 600. {Fan Loon, I, 535 ; 
Med. III. I, p. 176, «o. 174) 5 

13 Alliance of France, England and the United Provinces, var. 

of no. 144 in last lot 
Spanish Defeats, 1597. The Belgic lion holding sword and arrows, 
SOLI DEO honor et GLORIA ; ^ Inscription, signis ad . tvrnhovt 

XXXIX . POST OPPIDIS TRANS RHENVM III . CIS VI . HISPANO . TRI- 

MESTRI . EREPTis. ; in exergue Cio . 10 . xcvil. S . C (1-15. Fan 
Loon, I, 485, xii ; 3Ied. III. i, p. 168, no. 159) 
Rheinberg taken, Ostend defended, 1601. (2). Rheinberg in- 
vested ; above, in radiated clouds, name of Jehovah in Hebrew, 
HANC . CAPIMVS . viRTVTE . DEI. ; ^ Ostend invested, two ships in 



Lot 13 — '•onlinufd. 

the oHiiig; above, in clouds, the name of Jehovah in Hebrew, 
ra<li;ite : below, s. c. : UEFENDIMVS . ISTAM . Cioioci, (1-15. Van 
L(h>n, I, r)44 ; Med. III. \, p. 178, no. 178) 

Ostend defended, 1602. A portico defended by an arm from clouds 
holding a sword ; above, the name of Jehovah in Hebrew ; on 
either side of portico, 1602 ; FORTIS . ARMATVS . CVSTODIT . ATRIVM. ; 
1/ Shield of Zealand, crowned, within a band inscribed LVCTOR . 
ET . EMEUOO. ; around, the shields of the seven towns which had 
the right of suffrage in that Province, all united by band, and 
l)etween each a flear-dedis (1'2. Van Loon, I, 547; Med. III. I, 
p. 178, no. 179) 

Sir Thomas Heneage, 1588. Shield, arms of Heneage or, a grey- 
hound courant m., between three leopards' faces az. ; a border 
engrailed gu. ; R A knot with ends loose, '^fast thoe untyed. 1588." 
(1. Med. III. \. p. 151, no. 124), extremely rare 6 

14 Protestants Supported in Belgium, 1587. Elizabeth, seated 

facing, on her throne, tramples on a hydra, Leicester, with his foot 
on its tail, seizes her robe imploringly, five naked boys kneeling and 
beaiing the shields of Guelderland, Holland, Zealand, Utrecht and 
Frieshuid, indicate the provinces for which he intercedes, DEO. 
orr . MAX . LAVS . ET . iioxoR . IX . oE . .EVVM . (,>V0D., in exergue 

15S7 
U P"l't', bishops and other ecclesiastics, with clialice, wafers, &c., 
falling from heaven, where appears the name of Jehovah in Hebrew, 

«JVEM . DEVS . COXFICIET . SPIRl'J \' . ORIS . SVI. 

(2-1. Vii.n Loan, I, :569 ; Med. III. i, p. 139, no. 99), rare [PL I] 1 

15 Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588. Pope, kings, bishops and 

otliers, seated in (--onsultation, with l)andaged eyes, the Hoor filled 
with spikes, above o .COECAS . HO.MIXVM . MEXTES . O. PECTORA . 
CuKCV ; A'/. I)\'RV.M . EST . CONTl'.A . STIMVLOS . CALCITRARE. ; Ijl 

The Spanish fleet diiven against rocks, above VEXI . VIDE . VIVE. 
158S ; !r,/. TV . I)i:VS . MAGXVS. ET . M.VGXA . FACIS . TV . SOLVS . 
l»E\s., on l)()th sides ///. m. rose; stops, crosses saltire (Van Loon, l, 
.•;84 ; Mnl. 111. I, p. 1 U, nn. Ill) 
Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588. The Spanish Heet dispersed 
and wix'ckcd, alxive, in elouds, the name of Jehovah in Hebrew, 
li,A\ n . i:i- . Dissii'Ai 1 . s\XT . 15SS. ; 1/ Church founded on a rock 
amid tenipestuniis wa\-es, behiw arms of Prince Maurice, crowned, 
Al.l.ilioi; . Nox . i.KiKii; (Tun Lnun, 1, 38(5, 1; Med. III. I, p. 145, 
no. ill', 2 



16 Dangers averted, 1589. Bust of Elizabeth, full face, wearipg high 

crown, necklace with pendants, ruff open in front, erect behind, 
gown and sleeves puffed in diamond-shaped pattern and jewelled, 
on shoulders high pointed bows, she holds sceptre and orb, field ■/ 
damasked with scrolls, DiTiOR . IN . TOTO . NON . ALTER . CiRCVLVS .^-C '^ — '^ 
ORBE., m. m. fleur-de-lis ; stops, mullets / / 

^ A bay-tree uninjured by lightning, &c., on the island are buildings 
and in the sea, monsters, three ships in the distance, floral border 

(2-3 hy 2"1, silver-gilt, toith loop. Med. III. I, p. 154, no. 130), cad 
and chased, appears to be unpublished in silver 1 

17 Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces, 1596. 

A hand from heaven holding a cord which connects the shields of 
England and France, both crowned, and a heart with the arrows of 
the United Provinces, above 1596, rvmpitvr . havd . facile. 
9: The arrows of the United Provinces within the shields of Guelder- 
land, Holland, Zealand, Utrecht, Friesland and Overyssel, NEXOS. 

FAVORE. NVMINIS . QVIS . DISSOLVES, ill. m. rose 

(2-05. Van Loon, I, 471 ; }[ed. III. I, p. 160, no. UO), very fine 1 

18 Invasion defeated, 1596. A hand from heaven holding a cord 

which connects the shields of England and France, both crowned, 
and a heart with the arrows of the United Provinces, RVMPITVR . 

HAVD . FACILE. 

51 Fleet in distress, above, in radiated clouds, the name of Jehovah in 
Hebrew, qvid . me . perseqveris. 1596. 

(2. Van Loon, i, 476; Med. III. i, p. 163, no. 148), very fine 1 

19 Spanish Defeats, 1597. The Belgic lion to left, holding sword and 

arrows, SOLI . DEO . honor . et . gloria. ; 1^ ordinvm . avspiciis . 

PRINCIPIS . MAVRITII . DVCTV . HOSTE . AD TVRNHOVTVM . C^SO 
DECEM . OPIDIS . ET . TRIBVS . ARCIBVS . EXPVGNATIS . ET . TOTA 

cisrhenana . DITIONE . PACATA. 1 597 (Van Loon, I, 484 ; Med. III. i, 
p. 166, no. 152). Another, The troops of Prince Maurice pur- 
suing those of Spain near Turnhout, VICTORIA tvrnotana . lANV . 

^597 ; ^^9- -^ • DNO . FACTVM . est . ISTVD . ET . EST . MIRABILK . 

IN . OCVLIS . NOSTRIS., m. m. rose ; 1^ VENIT VIDIT DEVS VICIT. en- 
closed within the inscription, VICTORIA, parta. SPATIO . TRIMESTRL, 
around are views of the nine towns captured by the troops of the 
Allies within the time specified and mentioned in the legend, above 

1597 ; leg. ALPEN . BERC . MEVRS . GROL . BREVORT . ENSCH . OLD . 

OTM.LINGEN., ni. in. rose (2. Van Loon, I, p. 482; Med. III. i, 
//. 170, no. 163), both eery fine 2 



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20 Spanish Defeats, loOT. Shield of Overyssel united by bands to 

those of I).-vt'nter, Carapen and Zwolle, ORDINVM . TRANSISSVLANI^E . , 
INSKJNIA., around border of shields of the seventeen members of the 
Council of Overyssel, iioral ornament, stops in legend, crosses ; 1^ 
Prince Maurice, in armour, on horseback, galloping, to right ; below 
view of city and river, LIBERTATKM . NEMO . BONVS . NISI . CVM . 
ANIMA . SIMVL . AMisiT (2'1. Fan Loon, I, jx 482 ; Med. III. I, 
]). 172, no. 1G6). Another, of similar type, but with m. m. cinque- 
foil on rev. and with roses between words of obv. legend, very fine 2 

21 Battle of Nieuport, IGOO. Plan and siege of Fort St. Andrew, 

COMPVLSO AD DEDIT : PR.ESID : ANDRE^E : C^ESO FVGATOQ' A . NEOP : 
ALB : A VST. 
^ Prince Maurice on horseback, to right, holding sword and trampling 
on foes, laurel wreath over his head ; beyond, battle and fleet ; over 
all, in clouds, the name of Jehovah in Hebrew and i6oo ; CAPTis 
CXXX MILIT : SIGNIS. ORD : AVSP : PRINCEPS MAVR : VICTOR REDIDIT.; 
m. m. cinquefoil 

(2-05. Van Loon, I, 535; Med. III. I, p. 174, no. 171), very fine 
and rare 1 

22 Battle of Nieuport, 1600. Shield of Utrecht, crowned, nvmisma. 

ORDINVM . TRAIECTENSIVM, stops, quatrefoils ; l;l Battle-scene, 
Spaniards begiiniing to fly, distant town and ships, HOC . OPVS . 
DOMINI . EXERCITVVM . i6oo (I -35. Van Loon, I, 535; Med. III. I, 
J). 175, no. 172), this piece served for a medal and coin, being struck 
to fh''. lui'ight of the ecu 
Spanish Squadron defeated, 1602. Plan of Grave and adjacent 
country, with names of the places and river, above, in clouds, the 
name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, whence issues an arm holding 
a laurel wreath antl a palm branch, GRAVIA CAPTA . TVRMIS EQVIT . 
VII . C.ESIS. ; 1/ Field divided into two subjects, a cavalry action 
near Maestricht and action off the Goodwin Sands, above, in clouds, 
the name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, whence issue two arms, one 
hohling a sword, the other perhaps a besom, TRIREM VI DEPRESS 
kract . kv(;atisq '. a'^ . cia.io.cii . or . f . p . f . f ., ?«. m. rose 
(2-2. I'aii Lonii, I, .").")."); Med. III. I, p. 179, no. 18(»), very fine 2 

23 Maurice Prince of Orange, 1602. Bust of Prince Maurice to right 

in armour, cloak and rutf, on .shoulder; incuse, .ET. 34; leg. 

MAVltlTIVS . PR . AYR . CO . NASS . C.VT . MARC . VER . ET . VLIS., bcloW 

< i».s. F.i.oc. K. ; l;l Within wreath of orange a young orange tree 
growing fiom the trunk of an old tree, tandem, fit . SVRCVLVS . 
Ai;r.t)K ANNO. 1602. (1-G5. Van Looii,i, 553; Med. III. i, p. 180, 
no. 181). Two othcr.s {one gilt), similar to the preceding, l)ut 
beueatli bust (;. v. w. v. (\-\. Van Loon, 1, 553 ; Med. III. i, p. 181, 
nn. \&1) ■ f/,r first pirrr i, rost, tkc ofhcrs are struck 3 



4 



Sb 



JAMES I. 

1603—1625. 
Gold. 

24 Peace with Spain, 1604. Bust of James I, three-quarters to right, 

his hat crowned and plumed, a jewel under the brim, doublet slashed, 
falling lace collar, lACOBVS . d'.g'. ang! sco! fr'. et . hib! rex. 
9) Peace holding a palm branch and supporting a cornucopia opposite 
to Religion holding beacon-light and cross, Hixc . PAX . COPIA . 
CIARAQ. RELIGIO. ; in exergue, A. 1604 

(1"5. Van Loon, II, 19 ; Med. III. i, p. 193, no. 14), very fine and 
excessively rare [PL III] • 1 

From the Whitehead collection. 

25 Henry Prince of Wales, 1612. Bust of Prince Henry, three- 

quarters to left, in rich armour, and broad and stiff lace collar ; j^ 
HENRICVS . . PRINCEPS ; Til. in. rose : stops, fleurs-de-lis I ^ ^ / 

9) Armorial shield of the Prince, with coronet, beneath celestial rays;^jE -O ' / "" O 
FAX . MENTIS . HONEST.E . GLORIA ; m. 111. rose : stops, annulets 
(1-15. Med. Hist, xii, 3 ; Med. III. i, p. 200, ?io. 29), very fine 1 

26 Frederic Count Palatine, 1613. Husband of Princess EHzabeth, 

OMNES IN VNVM, Two soldiers and an Amazon clad in antique 

costume supporting a sword ; above, on either side two winged y r 

genii with trumpets ^i. -. .— |^ — ^ 

9= CONANTEM PERDERE PERDO, Recumbent lion upon rock, landscape ^'^ 
in distance, cast and very finely chased ; the legends obv. and rev. 
incuse, oval, 1*3 by I'l, with loop, extremely rare and apparently 
unpublished [PL III] 1 

27 Cautionary Towns restored, 1616, zeelandia. Shield of Zealand 

crowned, the seven shields of Towns and nobles who had roles in 
the Senate 

5> BENIGXITATE FIDE. IVSTITIA. lACOBI. REGIS. SALVO. FOEDERE AMICI- 
TIAO. ORDD. GEN. PRVDENTIA RESTITVTA ZEELANDIS FLISSINGA. ET. 

ZEEBVRGO ANNO. MDCXVi.xiii. IVNY, in nine lines 

(1-2. Med. III. J, p. 214, 59), very fine and unpublished in gold 1 

28 Synod of Dort, 1619. The Council assembled in the Chamber of the 

Doel at Dort, in the foreground are spectators and on either side, 

1 619; legend ASSERTA . RELIGIONE. ^ n w 

5c Rock surmounted by circular temple and attacked by the four ^^ <3^ / 
winds, to the temple ascend pilgrims by pathway up the rock, 
above the name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, ERVNT . VT . MONS . 

SIGN. CIO.IO.CXIX. 

(2-3. Fan Loon, ii, 105; Med. III. i, p. 222, no. 78), with loop 
and ring, very fine and very rare [PL II] 1 



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10 

Silver. 

29 Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst, Counter, 1603. Arms of 
Sackville within the Garter : T . SACKVIL . B . U . BVCH . ANG . THES ; 
Ky! .vvka! ; l;l Crest, a leopanl rampant, to left, between 1602, motto, 
SKMl'KK . FIDELIS. (I'lo. Mcd. Hisf. XI, 1 ; Med. III. I, p. 188, 
no. 3) 
Sergeant Hele, Counter 160;j. Arms of Hele impaling Warwick, 
niEV. i:t. sa. maiestie. ieo. seuvier ; ^ An eagle with expanded 
wings upon a cap of dignity, lOHANNES. HELE. SERVIENS. 1 602 
(.IM/. ///. \, J>. 191, no. 10) 

Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, Counter 1608. Arms of Cecil 
tiuarieriiig Wynston, Caerleon, Eckington and Walcott within the 
garter; abovt; Earl's ci:»ronet, ROBERT' . COMS. SALSBVR, SVMM 
ANGLI.E. THESAVR : l)i Two bundles of arrows in saltire, under a 
helmet, motto SERO. SED. SERIO. (Med. III. ],p. 197, no. 21), (dl very 
fine and rare 3 

;i0 Thomas Sackville Lord Buckhurst, Counter, 1603. A variety of 
the preceding counter, with the armorial shield larger, the in- 
scription varied Av"*^'., and no rose before, but two after SEMPER, 
and one after FIDELIS. (M. Med. III. I, j>. 189, no. 4) 
Thomas Cecil Lord Burghley, Counter, 1603. Arms of Cecil, 
(juarteiiiig Caerleon and Walcott ; 1;^ Crest, a wheatsheaf supported 
ijy two lions rampant (M, 1-15. Med. Hist. XI, 5; Med. III. I, 
j>. 189, /('/. .")) 2 

31 Sir Robert Cecil, Counter, 1G()3. Arms of Cecil, with crescent 

iov ditlerence, r" . CECYLL . PRI . SECR . REG . MA"^ . m"' . CVR . 
ward"'. ; IJc Crest, two bundles of arrows in saltire, under a helmet, 
motto SERO . SED . SERIO . i6o2., a rose and four pellets between 
each word (M."). Med. Hist. XI, 6 ; Med. III. \, p. 189, no. 6) 
Sir Edward Coke, Counter, 1603. Arms of Coke, three spread 
eagles, EDW . COKE . ATTORNAT '. (iENERALIS. ; \)l Crest, an ostricli to 
left, with a horse-.slioe in its beak, standing upon a cap of dignity, 
between 1602, motto I'RVDENS . QVI . PATIENS., a rose and four 
pellets between each word (M. Med. Hist. XI, 4; Med. III. I, 
l>. 190, no. 7) 2 

32 Queen Anne, 100:'). !5ust of Anne, three-quarters to left, hair 

drc-.-^ed v"iy high, piofusely jewelled, earrings, &c. {Med. III. I, 
//. 19-J, iu>. \:\) 
Coronation, H;o;;. liust of .Tames I to right, laureate, in armour, 
niiiiitl.- litd ill a loiot on the shoulder, and falling lace collar, lAC : 
I : r.Rir : r.i; : A\"(; : 11.1; ( .io.sakv.m c.i;. u- n- ; 1;(. Lion rampant to left, 



IL 

Lot 32 — continued. 

crowned, holding beacon and wheatsheaf, ECCE . PHAOS ; POPVLIQ '. 
SALVS., before and after legend a rose (1-15. Med. III. I, p. 191, 
no. 11). Bust of Queen Anne three-quarters to left, hair profusely 
jewelled, earrings, necklace, high lace ruff open in front, ANNA. 

D ! G ! REGINA . MXG ! BRIT ! FR '. ET . HIB '. FILIA ^ SOROR REGV . 

DANI^. ; 51 Arms of the Queen crowned, astvtia . fallax ; TVTIOR 
INNOOENTIA. (1-15. Med. III. 1, p. 192, no. 12) 

Peace with Spain, 1604. Bust of James I, three-quarters to right, 
his hat crowned and plumed, a jewel under the brim, doublet 
slashed, falling lace collar, lACOBVS . D ! G ! ANG ! SCO ! FR ! ET . HiB '. 
REX. ; ^ Peace holding a palm branch and supporting a cornu- 
copia opposite to Religion holding beacon-light and cross, HINC . 
PAX . COPIA . CLARAQ . RELIGIO. : in exergue, A. 1604 (1-5 Fan 
Loon, II, 19; Med. III. i, p. 193, 710. U) 

Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (2). A snake gliding amongst lilies and roses, 
DETECTVS . QVI . LATVIT . S . C, m. m. cinquefoil ; P: The name of 
Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, within a crown of thorns, chronogram- 
matic, NON DorMItastI antIstes IaCobI.=i6o5., m. ??i. cinquefoil 
(1-15. Van Loon, 11, 22 ; Med. III. I, p. 196, no. 19) 6 

33 Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces, 

1609. A hand from heaven holds a cord connecting the shields of 
France, England and the United Provinces, those of France and 
England crowned, A . D03IIN0 . FACTVM . EST . ISTVD. 

I^ ORD . F(ED . BELG . A . REGE HISP . ET . ARCHID . LIBERI . AGNITI POST 
BEL . CONT . XLII . AN INDVCIAS PACISCVNTVR . INTERV . REGVM 
GAL . ET . MAG . BRIT . ET . CVM IISDEM . FOEDVS RENOVANT . a" . 
CIO.IO.CIX. 

(2-1. Van Loon, 11, 50; Med. III. i, p. 197, no. 22), very fine 1 

34 Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces, 

1609. The name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, over three united 

hearts, ivncta . corda . fidelivm. 

9: The lily of France and the rose of England, both crowned ; below 

the Belgic lion, CONTRA . vni . tirannorvm. 1609. 

(2. Van Loon, ii, 50 ; Med. III. i, p. 198, no. 25), lery fine 1 

Struck by order of the United Provinces to commemorate the alliance 
between the three Powers, consequent upon the establishment of the emanci- 
j)atiou of the Provinces from the tyranny of the King of Spain. 

35 Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces, 

1609. A hand from heaven holds a cord connecting the shields of 
France, England and the United Provinces, &c. ; similar to the 
preceding ; ^ Inscription, ORD . FCED . BELG . A . REG . HISP . ET . 
ARCHID . LIBERI . AGNITI . POST BEL . CONT . 42 AN . INDVCI . PACISC . 



, 12 

Lot 35 — continue'!. 

INTEKV . KKO . GAL . ET MAG . BKIT . KT CVM . USD . F(ED . RENOVANT. 
1609 {1-2'). I'lin Loun, II, f)0; Mol. III. 1, p. 198, no. 23) 
Frederick Count Palatine and Princess Elizabeth, Marriage, 
1(')1.'5. liust of Frederick to right in falling lace collar, rich 
armour and mantle, FIUDERICVS D : G . COM . PAL .U.S. ROM . IMP . 
KLKCTOR. DVX . I'.AVA. ; helow bust, 1613; 1;L Bust of Elizabeth, 
almost full face, hair ornamented with jewels, earrings, pearl neck- 
lace, rich gown and high stiff lace ruff, ELISABETHA . D : G . COM . 
I'AL . R . S . ELEC . IXFANS . MAGN.E . I5RITAN . D : B. ( 1 '5 iy 1 "So. Van 

Loan, II, 89 ; Med. III. i, p. 203 ; no. 33) 
Frederick Count Palatine and Elizabeth Countess Pala- 
tine, 1613. Cliclu-es of the preceding medal, in turned wood box 4 

3G Elizabeth Countess Palatine, Marriage, 1613. Bust of Eliza- 
beth, nearly full face, decorated with jewels, earrings, necklace, 
gown, high stiff lace ruff with Vandyked edge, elizabetha . riL : 
lA : RE : MAG : BRIT : FRA : ET . HI : VX : PRIN : FRE : 5 : COM : PAL : EL : 
DV : BA., m. in. star ; 1^ Fame winged^ holding in one hand her 
trumpet, to which is attached an English flag, and in the other 
anchor, palm branch and cross, is seated to right in a car drawn by 
a lion and a unicorn, a hand from heaven crowns her with laurel, 

SPE. FIDE . VERITATE . XOBILIS. (TG b)/ 1-45. 3Ied. Ilisf. XIII, 5; 

Med. III. I, p. 203, no. 35) [PI. II] 
Elizabeth Countess Palatine, Marriage, 1613 Bust of Eliza- 
beth, nearly full face, decorated with jewels, earrings, necklace, 
gown, high stiff lace ruff with vandyked edge, ELIZABETHA . FIL : lA : 
RE : mac; : BRIT : FRA : ET . HI : VX : PRIN : FRE : 5 : COM : PAL : EL : DV : 
BA., ?/<. ///. Star ; 1/ Fame winged, holding in one hand her trumpet 
to which is attached an English flag, and in the other anchor, palm 
branch and cross, is seated to right in a car drawn by a lion and a 
unicorn, a hand fiom lieaven crowns her with laurel, SPE . FIDE . 
VF.KITATK . NoBiLis. (l-G bi/ 1-45. Med. Hist. XIII, 5; Med. III. I, 
p. 203, i„>. 3')) 2 

('(iii~i>ls (if two pliitcs uiiitrcL 

37 Henry Prince of Wales, 1612. Bust of Prince Henry, three- 
([uaitt'i-.s lo left, in i icli armour, and bi'oad and stitt" lace collar ; 
iiRXi:ic\s . . i'i:iN(i:i's ; m. m. rose : .stops, fleurs-de-lis B) Armorial 
shield of the Prince, with coronet, beneath celestial rays; FAX. 
MENTIS . HoNKST.i: . (ii.dKl.v. ; iH. m. rose : sto[)S, annulets (Plo. 
.!/<"/. If'sf. XII, 3 ; .][nl. ///. i,y,. 200, no. 29) 
Charles Prince of Wales, lt;i9. Bust of Prince Charles, three- 
([uaitcrs lu right, wilh bear.l, ruff. aii<l doublet, CAROLVS : MA : BR : 
KB. vV HI : I'KINr ; KIKH; : ,V .VLi; : DVX. 9 ; {M"d. III. I, p. 224, 81) 2 



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38 Nicholas and Dorothy Wad ham, 1618. Bust of Nicholas Wadham 

three-quarters to right, head bare, in ruff and plain cloak, WHEN 

CHRIST. WHO IS OVR LIFE SHAL APPEARE. 

9> Bust of Dorothy Wadham three-quarters to left, in damasked gown 
stiff ruff and broad-brimmed hat, we shal appeare. WITH HIM IN 
GLORY., a narrow wreath united by a skull at each side and end, 
forms a border on sides 

(2-15 by \-8. 3Ied. Ill J, p. 220, no. 73) [PI. I] 1 

39 Portrait of James, 1616, by ^S*. Passe, upon an oval plate of silver, 

Bust three-quarters to right, head bare, wearing ruff, ermine robe, Q 
collar and George above, I.R. on either side of crown, below Jacobus L ^ i 
D.G. Mag Britt. Fra et Hybe Rex, at sides S.P. (mon.) and/^ ^ '^» 

^ Royal arms with supporters, &c., lACOBVS DEI. GRA.tia. magn^ 
BRITANNLE. FRANCL^. ET HYBERNI^ REX., below arms the king's 
motto BEATI. PACIFICL, very fine and rare 1 

{Med. III. I, p. 2U, no. 61) 

40 Charles Prince of Wales, 1616. Portrait, by S. Passe, Bust of the 

Prince three-quarters to right, head bare, in ruff, armour and sash, f\ 
&c. ; below Carolus Princeps Quallie \^ 

^ ILLVSTRISS ET. POTEN : P^ CAROLVS. PRINCEPS. WALLIiE. DVX. COR\.^^^D 

YOR ET. ALBE., armorial shield of the Prince within the garter, 
below Jnno D. i6i6 <S"/. Pa fee, &c. 

{Med. III. I, p. 216, no. 66), very fine and very rare 1 

41 Portrait of Prince Charles, hj S. Passe, 1616, not signed, illvs- 

TRISS. ET. POTEN PRINC. CAROLVS. MAGN.E. BRITANNLE. ET. 

HYBERNL^. PRINCEPS. EBOR ET. ALB. DVX., bust of Prince three- r 

quarters to right in rich doublet, ruff, &c. ^_p^ J 'i *" 

5c Prince on horseback to right, in the distance view of Harapton^>J^ "| 
Court, below cartouche ornament with plumes in an oval medallion 
and on either side carolvs. princeps. 

{Med. III. I, p. 217, no. 67), very fine and very rare 1 

42 Portraits of James I, Anne of Denmark and Charles I, by 

*S'. Passe, Busts of James I nearly full-face wearing plumed hat with Q 
badge, ruff and ermine mantle and collar of the garter, to right bast -^ J ^S — — ' j 
of the Queen wearing lo'w-necked dress, ruff and pearl necklace 
with pendant between them, bust of the Prince of Wales wearing 
ruff, &c. 
9) POTENTISS IACOBVS. D.G. MAG. BRITT. ET. HIB. REX ET. SERENISS. 
ANNA. D.G. MAG. BRITT REGINA. VNA CVM. ILL. P. CAROLI. M. BRITT. 

PRiNCi"^, armorial shield of James and his Queen below shield with 

Prince's plumes and motto and the mottoes of the King and Queen 

{Med. III. \, p. 217, no. 68), very fine and very rare 1 



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43 Portraits of Frederick Count Palatine, the Princess Eliza- 

beth and their Eldest Son, by S. Passe, Bust to right of the 
Princess Elizabeth wearing jewels in hair, pearl necklace with pen- 
ilants, rutland richly decorated dress, to left bust of the Count in 
broad lace collar and embroidered doublet, between them the infant 
Prince in lace collar, lace l)()rdered cap with plumes, upon the dress 
of the Princess s P reversed in monogram 
IJi EFFK;. ILLUST. P, F1{EDEIUCI. D.C;. CO. DAL ET ELIZABETHiE. Po P„ 
mac;. BRITl' KEO. FILIA VXA. CVM. SER° P„ FREDEHICO. EOK" FIL. 

PRiMoGEN'iT?, armorial shields of the Count and Princess with sup- 
porters, eV'C. 

{Med. III. I, ]). 218, jio. G9), rer// fine and very rare 1 

44 Portrait of Maria Infanta of Spain, by S. Passe, Bust of the 

Infanta three-quarters to left wearing pearls in hair, large ruff and 
richly decoi'ated costume, above SEREX'"^ D. IMARIA. d'austria 
PIIILIPPI. III. D G. IIISP KEG INFAX, 
!;{. LE TKES. ILLl'STRE PRINcefse MARIE de Austria, fille de le tres puissant 
prince Philippe troisieme Roy d'Espagne, The most Illustrious Princejse 
MART of Austria Daughter to * most puifsat Prince Philip the third 
King of Spaine. Simon Pafs fecit Lond within laurel wreath 

{Med. III. I, 2). 218, no. 70), extremely rare, the only other example 
(jioiii'd is Unit in lite possession of the Earl of Craven 1 

45 Synod of Dort, 1619. The Council assembled in the Chamber of the 

Doel at Uort, in the foreground are spectators, and on either side 

CVM Piav . 1619 ; legend ASSERTA . RELIGIOXE . 
ii Kock surmounted by circular temple and attacked by the four 

winds, to the temple ascend pilgrims by pathway up the rock, 

al)uve the name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, ervnt . VT . MOX.s . 

.siox . ('i.i».i,j.('Xix. 

(2-3. I'an Loon, II, 105; Med. III. I, p. 222, no. 77), very fine 1 
IT) Synod of Dort, similar, but without cvm . priv. {Med. III. 1,2). 223, 

/(". 78), r/^ry far \ 

4 7 Synod of Dort, 1611). The Belgic lion to left crowned, above the 

name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, RELIGIOXE . ET . IV.STICIA . 

KESTITMIS. 

Ij. Shield of Prince Maurice within the Garter, above crown and date 
1611), and at sides olive branches, outside and around the Garter 
two clasped hands, olive luanclies and the Prince's motto, IE. ]\IAIX . 
TIEXKItAV., liclow VXAXIMITAS., ley. RESPVRLICA . DEMVM . FLORE- 

i;iT., divided by a ileur-dc-lLs are the iiutials C.W. (Cornelius Wyntjes) 

(2-3. r„n Louii, 11, 113 ; Med. III. \, p. 223, no. 79), very fine 1 

48 Synod of Dort. \'aricty of the preceding {Med. III. 1, p. 224, no. 81), 

reryjiue 1 



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49 Frederick and Elizabeth of Bohemia, Coronation, 1619. 

Busts conjoined to right of Frederick Count Palatine and the 
Princess Elizabeth ; he is in rich armour, scarf, George of the 
Garter and ruff ; she wears jewel in hair, dress, lace collar, and rich 
necklace ; fridericvs et elisabetha d . g . r . r . BOHEMiiE., on 
truncation CM. (Christian Maler) 
^ In the centre, in an oval cartouche, five hands support a crown 
beneath the name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, DANTE DEO ET 
ORDINVM CONCORDIA FRIDERI : D : G : COM : PALAT : RHENI S.R.I. 
ELEC : DVX BAV CORON : ET CRE : IN REG : BOHE : MARCH : MORA : 
DVCEM SIL : ET MARCH . VTR : LVSAT : ANNO CIOIOCXIX DIE IV 
NOVEM., underneath is a bundle of arrows tied together 

(1-65 by 1-4. Med. III. i, p. 225, no. 82) [PL II] 1 

50 Frederick of Bohemia, Coronation, 1619. Medal with the same 

reverse as the last, but obverse bust of Frederick to right alone, in 

same dress ; FRID . D . G . rex bo . C . PAL . ELECT . D . BA . M . MOR . 

D . SIL . M . LVS ., on truncation C. M. (Christian Maler) 

(1-65 by 1-4. Van Loon, ii, 120 ; Med. III. i, j^. 225, no. 83), very 
fine 1 

51 Maurice Prince of Orange, Knight of the Garter, 1615. Bust 

of Prince Maurice three-quarters to right, in armour, scarf over 

the shoulder and ruff, mavritivs . AYR . PRINC . COM. NASS. ET . <-.h " 

MV . MAR . VE . FL . EQ . OR . PERISCELIDIS . 1615. 

51 Armorial shield of Prince Maurice within the Garter, crown above, 
small laurel border on each side 

(2-15 hy 1-8. Van Loon, II, 87; Med. III. i, p. 205, no. 39) 
[PL II] 1 

52 Maurice Prince of Orange, 1624. Within border of the seven 

shields of the United Provinces, divided by scrolls with their names, 
and joined above by two hands holding the bundle of arrows, bust 
of Prince Maurice three-quarters to right, head bare, in much orna- 
mented armour, scarf, ruff, and George of the Garter ; Mauritius 
D.G. Princeps Auriacce, Com : Nafs, qt'c, Prov : Confce : Gub., below 
J. V. Bylaer ./. 
51 AVithin laurel wreath garnished shield of Prince Maurice crowned 
and encircled with garter, below le Matitiendray. and Cum Privii. 
1624 

(2-7. Van Loon, II, 155 ; Med. III. 1, p. 231, no. 91), very fine 1 



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16 

CHARLES I. 

1625 — 1649. 

Gold. 

r)3 Marriage, 1625. Busts of Cbailes I and his Queen face to face, above 
rays from heaven ; he, head bare, is in ruff, doublet buttoned, and 
George of the Garter suspended to riband ; she, hair jewelled, 
wears ear-rings, neckhvce, dress and stiff ruff, CH . MAG . ET . HEN . 
M.A.. 15RIT . REX . ET . REG. ; ^ Cupid walking to right, scattering 
roses and lilies, above rays from heaven, rvNDiT . amor . lilia . 
MIXTA . ROSis., exergue 1625 (-9. Med. III. i, p. 238, no. 1) 

Birth of Prince Charles, 1630. Four heart-shaped shields united 
at their bases, bearing (1) France and England quarterly, (2) Scot- 
land, (3) France, (4) Ireland, HACTENVS . ANGLORVM . XVLLI., stops, 
stars ; \Ji On a square tablet externally ornamented, honor! prin! 
MA(;! rrit! fra! et . hib! nat! 29 . mai! ann! i 630 (1-2. Fan Loon, 
II, 188 ; JM. III. 1, j>. 253, no. 34) 

Birth of Prince Charles, 1630. Four oval garnished shields, same 
as the preceding, united at their bases, from whence issue rays, 
hactenvs . ANGLORVM . NVLLI., stops, roses ; 1^ On an ornamented 
oval tablet, IN . HoNOi;! CARo! PRiNc! mag! bri! fr! et . hi! nat! 
29 . MAII . 1630. (1-15. Fun Loon, ii, 188; Med. III. i,]). 254, 
no. 35), icrii fine 3 

54 Birth of Prince Charles, similar to last, xery fine 2 

55 Coronation. 1G2G. Bust of Charles to right crowned, in ruff, ermine 
rol)t_:>, (■ollar and badge of the Garter, CAROLVS . I . D G . MAG . 

f r.iiiTAX . ruAN . ET . JiiB . REX., below N. B. (Nicholas Briot) 

I . "■ '-• li An arm issuing from the clouds holds a sword, DONEC . PAX . 

' IM'.IMU'IA . tekuis., in exergue CORON . 2 febrv . 1626 

(!•-. Fun Loon, 11, 164; Med. III. l, p. 243, no. 10), very fine 1 

56 Scottish Coronation, 1633. Bust of Charles I to left, crowned, in 

Jailing hiLH- collar, eruiine robes, and collars of the Garter and the 

r Tllistlf, CAKOLVS I) : (i . SCOTI.E . AXGLI.E . KR . ET . HIB. REX. 

\ . ii Thistle and rose tree combined, IIINC . NOSTR.-E CREVERE . RCS/E., 

Ill ext-rgue ('(MtoN 18. iVNll . 1633, B. (Nicholas Briot) 

(1-1. Mrd. Ills!. \v, 19 : Med. III. I, p. 266, no. 60), very fine 1 

57 Return to London, 1(13.'., after Scotch Coronation. Charles I on 

hoi.veiiH'k t'l left, lie;iil l)are, in armour, his truncheon in right hand, 
k ^ haunch of hor.sc niaikrd witli a rose crowned, above eye of Provi- 

dence, on the giouiid his phuned helmet amidst flowers, CAROLVS 



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Lot bl — continued. 

AVGVSTISS! ET INVICTISS! MAG! BRIt! FRAN : ET HIB! MONARCHA, in 

exergue 1633 
1^ View of London, above mid-day sun in clouds and the letter E., 
indicating Edinburgh, SOL orbem rediens sic rex illvminat 

VRBEM 

( 1 -7. Med. Hist, xvi, 2 ; Med. III. i, p. 266, no. 62), very fine and rare 1 

58 Children of Charles I, 1635. Half-length figures of Charles I and 

his Queen facing each other, their hands united ; he is in rich 
doublet, lace collar and George of the Garter, his right hand rests ^ 
upon the pommel of his sword ; she wears earring, necklace, lace 1/ 

collar and embroidered dress, CARO . D . G . MAG . BR : rex ET HEN . -i ! C^ — ^ ' 

MARIA REGINA ; m. m. lis 7 

^ Busts of their three children, Charles I, James II and Mary, after- 
wards Princess of Orange, all wearing caps and embroidered dresses ; 
above, two infant genii supporting crown, REGIS . POPVLIQVE . SALVS . 

^635 
(1*25, Med. III. p. 274, no. 73), very fine, unpublished in gold 1 
From the Lord Northwick and Whitehead collections. 

59 Scottish Rebellion, 1639. Charles I crowned, scarf flowing behind, 

on horseback to left, trampling upon armour and holding staff in 

right hand, CAROLVs'. d! g! mag! brit! fran! et . hib! rex . in ^ 

exergue 1639 =^ «-, - — ^ „ 

9^ Hand issuing from clouds holds a cord uniting a rose and 
thistle, Qvos . devs, stops, roses 

(1-25. Med.Ull. I, p. 282, no. 90), very fine and very rare [PI. Ill] 1 

60 Dominion of the Sea, 1639, by Briot, carolvs. d.g. mag britann. 

FRAN. ET HIB. REX., bust of Charles I to right, bare-headed, in plain ' 
collar, gorget and highly decorated armour, the pauldrons orna- .^ ' f 
mented with lions' heads, around neck riband with George, behind '^^ ^ "^ ' 1 \J "" 
bust BRIOT 
$1 NEC. meta. mihi. qv^ terminvs. orbi., view of coast to left and 
ship in full sail to right, ajyparently an unpublished variety, very fine 
and very rare {see Med. III. i, p. 285, no. 97) [PI. Ill] 1 

61 Earl of Essex, General, 1642. Half-length figure of the Earl of 

Essex, nearly full face, in armour, falling lace collar, and scarf round fl 

his body, sword in hand, over his head S.X. (Essex), Should hear both X . 

houses of parliament for true Religion and subiects fredo77i stand. Pro ^S pC 5 *"" O " 
Religioiie . lege . Rege . et . Parliamento., legend incuse 
^ The two Houses of Parliament with the King and Speaker. Wreath 
border on both sides, with short gold chain 

(1-75 by 1-45. Med. III. i, p. 295, no. 113), fine and very rare 

[PI. IV] 1 

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62 Peace or War, 1643. Bust of Charles I to right laureate, lovelock, 

in armour and mantle ; CAROLVS I . D : G . ANGL . SCOT , FR . ET . 
III15 . KEX . ; under the bust B . 
yi Sword and olive branch, crossed, between C and R, both crowned, 
IN . VTRMQVE . PARATVS ; in exergue 1643 

(M. Med. Hist, xvi, 13 ; Med. III. i, p. 309, no. 136) 
Another variety, without artist's initial under the bust and CAROLVS I. 2 

63 Sir Thomas Fairfax, General, 1645. Bust of Fairfax to left, hair 
« long, in plain falling collar, armour and mantle fastened upon left 
. shoulder 

at I '^ — ^ 5^ POST HAC MELIOR, and in centre MERVISTI 1645 

(I by -8, vith ring and loop. Med. III. I, p. 318, no. 151), fine and 
rare [PL IV] 1 

A Military Kcwanl given by the Parliament and the City of London. 

64 Death of the Earl of Essex, 1646. Bust of the Earl of Essex 

to right, with mantle over shoulders, ROB . ESSEX . COM . MIL . 

PARL. DVX . GEN., below T. S. F. (Thomas Simon fecit) 
C $t Grief seated to left among ruins, laments over a broken and fallen 

♦- . column, inscribed F . E . R . T. ; HINC. ILL.E. LACHRYM^ ; in exergue 

^ .^ ABRVP:SEP:i4 1646. 

(•8 by -7. Med. Hist, xxi, 8 ; Med. III. i, p. 326, no. 167), fin^ and 

exiremehj rare [PI. V] 1 

65 Giles Strangways, 1648. Bust of Giles Strangways to right, hair 

long, nt'ck bare, in armour and mantle over shoulders, ^GIDIVS . 

STHAN(;WAYS . DE . MELBVRY . IN . COM . DORCESTR . ARMIGER ; below, 

IAN . R . F. (John Koettier fecit) 
\X The White Tower of London ; on it waves the Royal Standard ; 
above, the sun bursting from a cloud, DECVSQVE . ADVERSA . 
DEDERVNT . ; in exergue, INCARCERATVS . SEPT . 1645 . LIBERATVS . 
APR . 1648 . 

(2-35. Med. Hist. XVIII, 9; Med. III. \, p. 333, no. 177) 1 

Till- desii_'n of tlie reverse of this medal was suggested by Charles II. 

66 Memorial of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles to right, hair long, 

in plain falling collar, armour and scarf, CAROL . D . G . M . B . F . ET . 

II . RKX y<C f;i.ORMEM. 
te ^.^ . — I;l Hand from Heaven holding a celestial crown ; below, landscape 

X I ^ with sheep feo<ling, X . VIRTVT . EX . ME . FORTVNAM . EXALJIS . 

(L35. Med. III. \, p. 347, no. 201), unpublished in gold and of the 

Jiiglifsf rirrifij 1 

67 Charles I, Badge. Bust of King to left, hair long, in plain falling 

ci)llar, aiinnur ami scai-f 
^ '^ 5^ C . R in monogram under crown, &c. 

(•5 /'// \^, ir'itli ring imd loop. Med. 111. I, ji.3Q6,no.24:^),fine and rure 1 



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68 Charles I, Pattern (P). Bust of Charles to left, hair long, in lace 

bordered collar, armour and legend incuse, JL CAROLVS D . G . MAG . ^ 

BR , FR . ET . HI . REX . k 

9; Engraved with the Royal arms within the Garter, crowned, the^-^ 
whole encircled by wreath of laurel 

(1-35. Med. III. I, p. 373, no. 266) 1 

Silver. 

69 Marriage, 1625. Busts of Charles I and his Queen face to face, above 

rays from heaven ; he, head bare, is in ruff, doublet buttoned, and 
George of the Garter suspended to riband ; she, hair jewelled, wears 
ear-rings, necklace, dress and stiff ruff, CH . MAG . ET . HEN . MA . 
BRIT . REX . ET . REG. ; 9= Cupid walking to right, scattering roses 
and lilies, above rays from heaven, FVNDIT . AMOR . LILIA . mixta . 
ROSis., ex. 1625 (-9. ; 3Ied. III. i, p. 238) 

Another variety, with the hair of the King longer, and he wears a deep 
falling lace collar instead of a ruff ("85. Med. III. I, p. 238, no. 2) 

Another variety. The King appears in a broad falling ruff, and, instead 
of the rays, a crown is seen above their heads, and the legend on the 
obverse reads CA . MAG . instead of CH . MAG. (-85. Med. III. i, p. 239, 
no. 3) ; this piece is always cast, in higher relief than the other varieties, 
and is dated 1626 

Coronation, 1626. Bust of Charles to right crowned, in ruff, ermine 
robes, collar and badge of the Garter, CAROLVS . I . D G . MAG . 
BRITAN . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX., below N. B. (Nicholas Briot) ; ^i An 
arm issuing from the clouds holds a sword, DONEC . PAX . REDDITA . 
TERRis., in exergue CORON . 2 . FEBRV . 1626. (1-2. Fan Loon, 
II, 164 ; Med. III. i, p. 243, 710. 10), two varieties 7 



70 Attack on the Isle of Rhe, 1627. Bust of Louis XIII to right 

laureate, in armour, ruff and mantle, LVDOVic . xiii rex chris- 

TIANISS . PIVS IVSTVS FEL . AVG . CIOIOCXXVII. 

51 The king standing upon a rostral column erected amidst piles ofr 
arms, a fleet in the distance, VICTIS FVSIS FVGATIS TERRA MARIQ . 
ANGLis., below 1627. 

(1-75. Trdsor, MM. Franc, pi. xxxviii, 2; Med. III. i, p. 247, 
710. 20), fine and very rare [PL II] 1 

This medal was executed iii commemoration of the repulse of the English, 
under the command of the Duke of Buckingham, from the Isle of Rhe. 

71 Tribute to Henrietta Maria, 1628. Two shields, England and 

France united, above crown, below H. M. in monogram crowned 
between olive branches, HENR . MAR . BORBON . D . G . MAG . BRIT , 
FRAN . ET . HIB . REG . 3 $1 A grove where one tree overtops the rest, 

C 2 



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Lot 71 — continued. 

in the distance sea with ships, svpereminet , OMNES., in exergue 
1628. (1-1. Med. Ill I, p. 249, 1x0. 23) 

Another, similar, but with N. B. (Nicholas Briot) in the exergue on the 
reverse instead of the date. (M. Med. III. I, ^?. 249, no. 24) 

An embossed Portrait Jetton for the Coronation, by iV^, Briot 
(Med. III. I, p. 243, m 11) 

Jetton, 1628. Bust of Charles I to right, open radiated crown 
hair long, slight drapery, beneath . a . (Nicholas Briot), CARO- 
LVS . D : G . MAG . BRIT . FR . ET . HIB . REX. ; ^ A sceptre and 
trident crossed and united by a cord, between C and R both 
crowned, below a rose, REGIT. VNVS . VTROQVE . (1-1. Med. Hist. 
XV, 12 ; Med. III. up. 250, no. 26) 

Shield of Britain crowned within the collar and badge of the Order 
of the Thistle, all within the Garter, CAROLVS D : G . ANG . SCO . 
FRAX . ET . HIB . RKX . FIDEI . DEF . ; 9= A sceptre and trident crossed 
and united by a cord, REGIT . VNVS . VTROQVE., stops, roses, in 
exergue 1628. (M. Med. Hist. XV, 11 ; Med. III. I, p. 250, no. 27) 5 

72 Order of the Garter augmented, 1629. Bust of Charles I to 
right crowned, in ruff, ermine robes and collar of the Garter, 

CAROLVS . I . D : G . ANG . SCOT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . FIDEI . DEF . 

I^ The star of the Order of the Garter, PRISCI . DECVS . ORDINIS . 

AVCTVM., in exergue 1629. (M. Med. Hist, xv, 13; Med. III. I, 

p. 253, no. 33), rare 

^ledal. by N. Briot, struck to commemorate an order of the King. 27 April, 
102*5, for the wearinf? of the Cross of St. George within the Garter upon the 
cloaks of the knights at all times, and not as formerly only on occasions of 
great ceremony. 

Birth of Prince Charles, 1630. Four heart-shaped shields united 
at their bases, bearing (1) France and England quarterly, (2) Scot- 
land, (3) France, (4) Ireland, HACTENVS . ANGLORVM . NVLLI., stops, 
stars ; 1;!. On a square tablet externally ornamented, HONOR ! PRIN '. 
MA(; '. liUIT ! FIIA ! KT . HIB ! NAT ! 29 . MAI ! ANN ! 1630. (1-2. Fan 
Loon, II, 188 ; Med. III. i, p. 253, no. 34) 

Birth of Prince Charles, 1630. Four oval garnisheil shields, same 
us the pi'cceiliiig, united at their bases, from whence issue rays, 
MACTHNVs. ANGLORVM. NVLLI. , stops, roscs ; ^i On an ornamented 
oval tablet, IN . IIONDR '. CARO ! PRINC ! MAG '. BRI ! FR ! ET . HI '. NAT '. 
2() . MAII . 1630. (1-15. Van Loon, ll, 188; Med. III. I, ;a 254, 

)ln. 35) 

Another, of similar type but of smaller dimensions, and reading irn ! 

FI:a : (-95. ,]frd. Hisf. XV, 15; Med. III. \,p. 254, no. 36) 
Four shields, bearing (1) England, (2) Scotland, (3) France, (4) Ireland, 

crowned, united by lird<s at their bases, whence i.ssue rays, H.VC- 



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Lot 72 — continued. 

TENVS . ANGLORVM . NVLLL, a rose before and after legend, B. (Ni- 
cholas Briot) ; 5^ Inscription MEM . caroli . prin . magn . britann . 

FRANC . HIBERN . NATI . XXIX MAII . BAPTIZ . XXVII . IVN . MDCXXX. 

(1"15. Van Loon, ii, 188; Med. III. i, p. 255, no. 38), all very fine 8 

73 Dominion of tiie Sea, 1630. Bust of Charles I to right, head bare, 

in large ruff, armour, cloak ornamented with the King and Queen's f\ 
cyphers, C C and CH interlinked, and George of the Garter suspended \ / 
to riband, CAROLVS . i . d . G . mag . britani^ . fran . et . hib . rex. 
behind bust I>BRI0T. (Nicholas Briot) 
^ A ship in full sail to right, on left sea-shore with fort, NEC. META. 

MIHI . QVI . TERMINVS . ORBI. 

(2-3. Gilt, Van Loon, II, 227 ; Med. III. \,]). 256, no. 40), xery fine 1 

74 Dominion of the Sea, 1630. As last, but rev. legend has qv^ in- 

stead of QVI, fine and rare, tmjniblished in silver 1 

75 Dominion of the Sea, 1630. Bust of Charles I to right, head bare, 

in ruff, armour, mantle and riband for medal, CAROLVS . I . D : G . 

ANG . SCO . FRAN , ET . HIB . REX . FIDEI . DEFENSOR., m. m. rOSe, on 

truncation N. B. (Nicholas Briot) ; ^i Ship in full sail to left, on right 
sea-shore with fort, NEC . META . MiHi . QV^ . terminvs . ORBi., in 
exergue 1630. (I'l. Med. III. 1, p. 2b7, no. i'2). Another, as tjo. 43 2 

76 Maestricht and Limburg retaken, 1632. Bust of Frederick 

Henry Prince of Orange, three-quarters to right, head bare, in lace 
collar, armour, and scarf across the breast, AVSPIC . POTENT . BELG . 

ORDD : ARMIS . ET INDVSTR . INVICT . PRINC . ARAVS . FR . HENR . E . 
S.I. LIB . MOSA LIMB , RECEPT . A DEO ILL . VICT., m. W. rose 

5^ Plan of the city and fortifications of Maestricht, and of the lines of 
the besieging forces, below the army of Pappenheim crossing the 
Meuse and marching to the assistance of the besieged, traiect . AD . 

MOSA. RECEPT . 1632. 

(2-2. Van Loon, Ii, 202 ; Med. III. I, p. 263, no. 56) [PL III] 1 

77 Capture of Maestricht and Rheinberg, 1633. Bust of Fre- 

derick Henry Prince of Orange, three-quarters to right, head bare, 
in lace collar, armour and scarf across the breast, PATRI/E QVE . f) 
PATRI QVE , outside legend border of arms and flags, below bust 
view of Rheinberg and date 1633, above which rynberck 
9= Plan of the city and fortifications of Maestricht, &c., TRAIECT . AD . 

MOSA. RECEPT . 1 632. 

(2-2. Van Loon, u, 208 ; Med. III. I, jy. 264, no. 57) 1 

This medal commemorates the capture of Rheinberg by the Prince of Orange, 
2 June, 1G33. 



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78 Scottish Coronation, 1633. Bust of Charles I to left, crowned, in 

falling lace collar, ermine robes, aiul collars of the Garter and the 

Thistle, CAROLVS D : G . SCOTLE . ANGLLE . FR . ET . HIB . REX. 

T^ Thistle and rose tree combined, niNC . NOSTR.E grevere . ROS^E., 
in exergue CORON i8 . IVNII . 1633, B. (Nicholas Briot) 

(1-1. Med. Hid. xv, 19; Aled. III. i, p. 266, no. 60) 4 

79 Return to London, 1633, after Scotch Coronation. Charles I on 

horseback to left, head bare, in armour, his truncheon in right 
hand, haunch of horse marked with a rose crowned, above eye of 
Providence, on the ground his plumed helmet amidst flowers, 

CAROLVS AVGVSTISS '. ET INVICTISS ! MAG ! BRIT ! FRAN : ET HIB ! MON- 

ARCHA, in exergue 1633 
R View of London, above mid-day sun in clouds and the letter E., 
indicating Edinburgh, SOL ORBEM rediens SIC REX ILLVMINAT 

VRBEM 

(1-7, gilt. Med. Hist, xvi, 2 , Med. III. \,p. 266, no. 62), very fine, 
rare 1 

80 Return to London, 1633, after Scotch Coronation. Charles I on 

horseback to left, head bare, in armour, his truncheon in right 
hand, haunch of horse marked with a rose crowned, above eye of 
Providence, on the ground his plumed helmet amidst flowers, 

CAROLVS AVGVSTISS ! ET INVICTISS '. MAG '. BRIT ! FRAN ! ET HIB '. MON- 

ARCHA, in exergue 1633 
\)i View of London, above mid-day sun in clouds and the letter E., 

indicating Edinburgh, SOL ORBEM REDIENS SIC REX ILLVMINAT 
^■RBEM 

(1 -7. Med. Hist, xvi, 2 ; Med. III. I, j^. 266, no. 62), very fine, rare 1 

81 Return to London, 1633, after Scotch Coronation. Charles I on 

horseback to left, head bare, in armour, his truncheon in right 
hand, haunch of horse marked with a rose crowned, above eye of 
Providence, on the ground his plumed helmet amidst flowers, 

CAROLVS AVGVSTISS '. ET INVICTISS ! MAG '. BRIT '. FRAN ! ET HIB \ MON- 
ARCH A, in exergue 1633 
1/ \'i(nv of London, above mid-day sun in clouds and the letter E., 
indicating Edinburgh, SOL ORBEM REDIENS sic REX ILLVMINAT 
VRBEM 

(17. JM/. I[i4. x\l, 2 ; Mt'd. III. I, p. 266, no. 62), rare 1 

82 Return to London, 1G33. Bust of Charles I to right, head bare, in 

falling lace collar, ai inour, and George of the Garter, CAR. D : G. 

MA(;. liltlTAN. FKAN. K T. HIB HEX 

\X \ icw uf London, vVc, as preceding 

(1-7. Mnl. Hi J,, -ji;;, no. (iS), fine and rare [PL IIIJ 1 



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83 Birth of Prince James, 1633. Arms of the prince with ducal 

coronet in an oval shield garnished, NON. SIC. MILLE. COHORTES. ; 
$c In a shield supported by a lion sejant guardant crowned, DVX. 
EBORA. NATVS OCT. 1 4, 1 633 (1-2. Med. HI. p. 267, no. 64) 

Baptism of Prince James, 1633. Arms of the prince, &c., as on the 
preceding ; ^ Within a wreath of roses and lilies, lACOBVS . DVX . 
EBOR : NAT ! 15 : OCT : BAPTis. 24 . NOVE : 1 633. (1-2. Van Loon, ii, 
212 ; Med. El. I, p. 268, no. 65) 

Ciiildren of Charles I, 1635, by H. Briot. Half-length figures of 
Charles I and his Queen three-quarter face towards each other, and 
hand in hand ; he is in rich doublet, lace collar and George of the 
Garter, she wears necklace, earring, lace collar and embroidered 
dress, caro . d g ma . br rex et hen maria regina : m. m. lis ; 
51 Busts of their three children, Charles II, James and Mary, after- 
wards Princess of Orange, all wearing caps and embroidered 
costumes ; above two winged genii holding crown, REGIS . regnorvm 
POPVLIQVE SALVS . 1 635. (1-25. Med. HI. i, p. 273, no. 72), very rare 

Earl of Traquair, Counter, 1635. Armorial shield of the Earl of 
Traquair, with coronet between two double triangles, lOH. stvartvs. 
COM . TRAQVARII . MAG . SCOT. THESA'' ; ^ A triangle, from the apex 
of which is suspended a pair of scales, behind a table diapered with 
fleur-de-lis, on which is a roll of money, HAS . RECTO . METAS . POSVIT . 
DEVS., m. m. a thistle and b., the initial of the artist, N. Briot. 
(1-1. Med. III. I, p. 275, no. 77) 4 

84 Bishop Juxon, Counter, 1637. Arms of the See of London impaling 

those of Juxon, above mitre, at the sides 1637, GVIL ! LOND ! EPVS . 
ET . ANGLIC . THESAVR ! ; ^ Hand issuing from clouds holds a 
crozier, on which is a stork, with a pebble in one claw, behind a 
view of London, NON . DORMIT . QVI . CVSTODIT. (1'05. Med. III. I 
p. 279, no. 85), very fine and rare 
Installation of Prince Charles, 1638. Bust of Prince Charles 
facing, in hat, robes and collar of the Garter, CAROLVS . PRix : MA : 
BR : NOB"'. ORD . GART : MILES , 2 2 MAII . 1638 ; ^ Prince's plunie 
and motto between C P : ICH DEIN on plume, all within the Garter, 

MAGNI. SPES . MAGNA . PARENTIS. (I'OS. Med. III. I, p. 281, no. 87), 

very fine and rare 2 

85 Henry Due de Rohan, died 1638. Bust of the Due de Rohan to 

left, hair thick and curly, small beard, in armour, with lion's head Q 
on shoulder, and fringed mantle fastened with brooch, henr . ROH . f a, 

D . FR . PAR . ARM. REG . MASC . SOB . NAV . & . SCOT . PR. <r^^ 

1^^ A young tree growing out of a decayed stump, and surrounded by 
several others also decayed, ET . ADHVC . SPES . dvrat . AVORVM. 

(1-75, gilt. Trdsor, MM. Franc. PL ii, pi. xv, 1; Med. III. i, 
p. 280, no. 86), very fine and rare [PI. Ill] 1 



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86 Installation of Prince Charles, 1638. Sheep sheltering beneath 

the tallest tree of a forest, above the prince's coronet, in the dis- 
tance sea with ship, SERIS . FACTVRA . NEPOTIBVS . VMBRAM ; 9> 
Within the garter the inscription carol . M . b . regis . filivs . 
CAROL . PRixc . iNAVGVRATvai XXII . MAii . M.D.c.xxxiix. B (Nicholas 
Briot). (1-2. Afed. III. I, p. 28], no. 88) 
Charles, styled Prince of Wales, 1638. Bust of Charles I to left 
crowned, in plain falling collar, armour and mantle, CAROLVS . I . 
D : a . ANGL . SCOT . FR . ET . HIBER . REX., below B. ; 9> Prince Charles 
on horseback to right, truncheon in right hand, behind his plume, 
ILLVST . CAROLVS . PRINCEPS . WALLI^, in exergue two c's inter- 
linked between branches of palm and olive. (1*25. Med. III. i, 
p. 282, no. 89), verti fine and rare 2 

87 Charles Prince of Wales, as in last lot 

Scottish Rebellion, 1639. Charles I crowned, scarf flowing behind, 
on horseback to left, trampling upon armour and holding staff in right 
hand, CAROLVS ! D ! G ! MAG ! BRIT ! FRAN ! ET . HiB \ REX . in exergue 
1639 ; 9^ Hand issuing from clouds holds a cord uniting a rose and 
thistle, QVOS . DEVS, stops, roses. ( 1 -25. Med. III. I, p. 282, no. 90) 

Another, but with the inscription on the obverse beginning at the top and 
no date in the exergue, m. m. fleur-de-lis (r25. Med. III. I, p. 283, 
no. 92), very fine 3 

88 Destruction of the Spanish Fleet by the Dutch off Dover, 

1639. Naval battle between tiie Dutch and Spaniards, in the dis- 
tance a coast with cliffs and castle, in the foreground sinking 
galley, from which escapes the crew 
^ Inscription, within a wreath of flowers, ^ternitati S. Ob Hisp. classe. 
navib. 67 spcctacis belli ducib! iiaucl. milit. 25'" oniq' apparatu instructiss. 
illustr. Pr. Hen. Fred. ausp. a Martino Trompio Hollandis maris p. feet. 
16 Scpc. 1639 navib. tantii. 17 aggressam, & scq. die circ. noct. iterum 
oppugnara, alteroq" die 1 1 navib. aucto, dissipatam, ac sub Angl. litter, 
castella cedcre coacta, ibiq' per mense obsessam, tandemq' a Reg. decedere 
iussa 21 Octb. magna virt. delctu Ordd. Feed. Belg. F. F. 
below /. Loofi', f. 

{•!■'). Van Loon, II, 2-t5, 1 ; Med. III. I, p. 284, no. 95) [PI. VIII] 1 
'I'liis medal \va> struck at MicMleburjjj in Holland. 

89 Dominion of the Sea, 1639. Bust of Charles I to right, head bare, 

hair long, and lovelock on left shoulder, in plain falling collar, 

decorated armour, and George of the Garter suspended to riband. 

^ on truncation incuse 1639, CAROLOS . l. d : G . MAG . BRITANN . FRAN . 

ET . mi;. RKX, behind bust briot 

y. A shi{) in full sail to right, on left sea-shore with fort, NEC . meta . 

MINI . QV.K . TEKMINVS . ORBI 

{A\, 2-35. Med. III. I, p. 285, rar. of no. dl), very fine and rare 1 



90 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Mary, 

1641. William Prince of Orange and Princess Mary joining hands 
beneath rays proceeding from a dove, above each, in clouds, is a 
cherub holding a wreath of myrtle, distant view of a palace, &c. 
Behind her is an inscription : 

Albionum genuit Rex me summusque Monarcha 
Carolus, et Sponsam me Jubet esse Tuam. 
Behind him is also an inscription : 

Princeps me Hevricus genuit fortissimus her as 
Nasouitx, et Sponsum me Jubet esce tuam. 
In exergue : Londini desponsati IVilbelm' et Maria, Ano 1641, 12 Maj. 
5c William, in the form of Pallas, attended by Victory, tramples upon 
Bellona, and receives an olive branch from Mary, in the character 
of Peace, introduced by the genius of Holland and accompanied by 
Plenty. Inscription above : 

Bellonam Princeps Pallas Pedibus Terit, et Pax 
Floret, et Alma Ceres, Confert Sacro Alite Fruges. 
In exergue : Noui Imperii Auspicio Bono. J. Blum Fe. 

(2-85. Van Loan, li, 252; Med. Ill I, p. 287, no. 100) [PL VIII] 1 

91 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Mary, 

1641. Another, same design, differently treated ; the legends are 

placed not as inscriptions, but concentric with the medal, and in 

roman capitals ; no engraver's name 

(2-5. Fan Loon, ii, 251 ; 3Ied. III. 1, p. 288, no. 101) 1 

These medals were struck in Holland to commemorate the marriage of 
William, the son of Frederick Henry Prince of Orange, with Mary, the 
daughter of Charles 1, 2 May, 1641 [O.S.],from which union sprang William III, 
Prince of Orange and King of England. 

92 Another, similar, but gilt and with loop. {3Ied. III. p. 288, no. 101) 1 

93 Arrival of Princess Mary in Holland, 1642. Frederick Henry 

Prince of Orange seated to left upon a throne, decorated with 
trophies of arms, his shield and helmet at his side, tramples on 
prostrate foes, and holds a sword and a band with the shields of the 
seven provinces suspended ; in the distance Prince William and his 
bride, and behind a fortified city and the prince riding at the head 

of his troops, LIBERTAS PATRI^, ME DEFEXSORE, TRIUMPHAT, 
IXSIDIATA NIHIL VIS INIMICA NOCET 

5o A palace, garden and pleasure-ground, enclosed within a wattled 
fenc", the arms of the Hague on a shield at one side ; over the 
entrance strides the Belgic lion, and on either side are statues of 
armed Mars and Venus ; Prince William receives his bride at 
the entrance, above, amid rays issuing from the name of Jehovah 
in Hebrew, are two cherubs showering down wealth and honours, 



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Lot ^^— continued. 

QUO TE MARS ET AMOR VOCAT INTRA DIVA VIRETUM FRUCTUM HIC 

LiBKKTAs TE GENITRICE FERET ; Oil l)ases of obelisks at the entrance 
s. I)., initials of the artist, Sebastian Dadler, in exergue A^ 1648 

(2-i), gilt. Van Loon, II, 257 ; Med. III. I, p. 290, no. 105) 1 

94 Another, simihir to the preceding, exergue plain 1 

95 Declaration of Parliament, 1642. Bust of Charles I to right 

crowned, in falling lace collar, ermine robes, collar and George of 
the garter ; incuse Should hear both Homes of Parliament for true 
Religion and subjects freedom stand 
li The two Houses of Parliament, with the King and Speaker, wreath 
border on both sides 

(1-8 hj 1 -45. Med. III. i, p. 292, no. 108), with outer filigree border 1 

96 Earl of Essex, General, 1642. Half-length figure of the Earl of 

Essex, nearly full face, in armour, falling lace collar and scarf around 
waist, over his head, SX Should hear both houses of Parliament for true 
Religion and subiccts fredom stand. For. Religione lege. Rege et Tarliamente. ; 
legends incuse 
Ijl The two Houses of Parliament with King and Speaker, wreath 
border both sides 

(r75 //// 1-45, (fdt. Med. Ill, i, p. 295, no. 113), very fine and rare 1 

97 Anothei-, without border, also gilt 1 

98 Another, without border, hut not gilt 1 

99 Earl of Essex, General, 1642. Half-length figure of the Earl of 

Essex, same as the preceding, but over his head a hand issuing from 
clouds brandishes a sword, incuse legend, THE SWORD OF THE LORD 
AND OF (;ydp:on, ra. m. quatrefoil 
U The two Houses of Parliament, with the King and Speaker, incuse 

IN THE MVLTITUDE OF COVNCELLORS THERE IS PEACE, m. m. quatre- 

foil 

(1-55 hj 1-2. Med. in. I, p. 296, no. 114) [PI. IV] 1 

100 Earl of Essex, General, 1642. Bust of the Earl of Essex, nearly 

front face, in plain fulling collar, armour, and scarf across his body 
U oval garnished shield of Essex, surmounted by coronet. 

(I •()•■) /,// -S.-). Mnl. III. I, p. 298, no. 117), one gilt, fine 2 

KH Peace or War, Kii;;. IJust of Charles I to right laureate, lovelock, 
in annoiii' and niaiitl.- ; CAROLVS . D : G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET . HIB . 
HEX . ; under the bust . i; . {'J'hoinas Ihuclin.s) ; ^ Sword and olive 
l>rancli, (tossimI, lietween c and R, both crowned, IN . VTRVMQVE . 



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Lot 101 — continued. 

PARATVS; in exergue 1643 (I'l. Med. Hist, xvi, 13; Med. III. i, 
p. 308, no. 134). Another variety, without artist's initial under 
the bust and carolvs i . d . g . ang . scot . fr . et . hib . rex . 
(1-1. Med. III. I, p. 308, no. 135) 3 

102 Earl of Manchester, General, 1643. Bust of the Earl of Man- 

chester ; inner legend, Pro . Religione . lege . Rgge . et . Parliamento . ; 
outer legend, on a raised border. Should hear both houses of parliamant 
for true Religion and subiects fredom stand; legends incuse 
5t> The two Houses of Parliament with the King and Speaker; wreath 
border on both sides 

(1*7 by 1-45. Med. III. i, p. 310, no. 138), cast and chased, with 
ring; a military reward 1 

103 Earl of Essex, General, 1644. Bust of the Earl of Essex, nearly ^ 

full face, in plain falling collar and armour; R.R.K. P.P.P. FIDISSI- 

MVS. 1644 _!_ ^ _ 

9: S. X. and on a scroll G. L. (EsseX, GeneraL.) MAG' : proteg" N/ ^ 
LIBERTAT' : PATRI.^ : 

(1-45. Med. m. I, p. 312, no. 141) 1 

104 Sir Richard Brown, 1644. Bust of Sir Eichard Brown, three- 

quarters to left, in plain falling collar, armour and scarf, the head n 
bare -^ 
^ FOR KING AND PARLIAMENT, 1 644, armorial shield of Brown, on a^-^ / Q — / ^ • -, 

chevron between three griffins' heads erased, as many castles 

(1-35 hy 1*1, gilt. Med. III. l, p. 312, no. 142), very fine and very 
rare 1 

105 Sir John Hotham, the Defender of Hull, 1644, by Thomas 

Simon. Bust of Sir John Hotham to left, bareheaded, hair curled Q 

at ends and with pointed beard, he wears plain falling collar, ^tkO— - — 

armour, and scarf across breast; no reverse {Med. III. I, p. 313, ^^ '^^ 

no. Hi), fine ami excessively rare [PI. "V] 1 

106 Archbishop Laud, executed 10 Jan. 1645. Bust of Archbishop 

Laud to right, GVIL . LAVD . ARCHIEPISC . CANTVAR. X. IAN. 1 644 ; 
on truncation J^oti : f 
y^ An infant angel carrying the mitre and crozier of Laud toward the 
skies, followed by two others carrying the crown, sceptre and orb 
of Charles I ; below, a view of London, Sancti . CAROLI . PR^- 
CVRSOR . ; m. m. mullet 

(2-3. Van Loon, II, 273. Med. III. i, p. 315, no. HI), fine 1 



<^«J *" 



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107 Sir Thomas Fairfax, General, 1615. Bust of Sir Thomas Fairfax, 
three-quarters, on left, hair long, in plain falling collar, armour, 
and scarf across the breast ; $1 Armorial shield of Fairfax, sus- 
pended to a chain, s' . THO : FAIRFAX K"'- FOR KING & PARL"''. ; 
wreatli border on both sides (M by 95. Med. Hist. XXI, 10; 
Med. III. I, p. 317, no. 149), with ring; the reverse is in imitation 
of engraving. Bust of Sir Thomas Fairfax on left, hair long, in 
plain falling collar, armour, and mantle fastened on left shoulder, 
THO : FAIRFAX . MILES . MILIT : PARL : DVX . GEN ; $1 Inscription, 
MERVisTi ; leg. post . hag . meliora . 1645 (1-3 by Tl. Van 
Loon, II, 323 ; Med. III. i, p. 317, no. 150), gilt, very fine and rare 2 

Tho work of Tliomas Simon, both military rewards ; the latter bestowed by 
order of the Parliameut and the City of London. 

108 Two others, similar to last {Med. III. p. 318, no. 150), one not fine 2 

109 Sir Thomas Fairfax, General, 1645. Bust of Sir Thomas Fairfax 
to left, hair long, in plain collar, armour and scarf; 9= POST . HAG 
meliora, and in centre MERVSTI in three lines; below, 1645 0- % '^• 
Med. III. I, p. 318, no. 151), very fine and rare in this metal ; and an 
oval Medal, by Simon, on the Death of the Earl of Essex. (Med. III. I, 
p. 326, no. 165), see lot 64 2 

110 Chief Justice Heath, 1645. Bust of ^Sir Kobert Heath to left, cap 
on head, in plain falling collar, official robes and collar, EFFIG : R : 
HEATH : MIL : CAP : ivs : D : BANC : REG : beneath, ^TAT : SV/E : 71. 
1645. R. {Thomas Rawlins) 

^ Armorial shield of Heath, between branches of laurel 

(1-3 by 1. Med. Hist. XVIII, 6; Med. III. i, p. 319, no. 154), 
cast and chased ; the reverse is in imitation of engraving, fine and rare 
[PI. IV] 1 

111 Baron de Reede, 1645, by T. Simon. Bust of Baron de Reede to 

left, hair long, in cap, doublet buttoned, and broad falling collar, 

edged with iiariow luce 

U 1645. lo : DE . RkkDE . D : DE . ReNSWOVDE . IN . CONSESSV . CELS : 

■■ ^ ^ KT I'U.Kl'OT: 1) : 1) : oitD :Gen . VniT: Pro : NOM :EORVM. AD . Car : 

' .Mac : I>iiiT : Kk<;km . ad . sedanda . intesti : dissidia . Legatvs . 

EXTKA : in . Ai; . KoDKM . IN BaRONEM . DE . ReEDE . CREATVS . 
.ETAT . Wl 

(1-40. Vn„ Luun, II, 274 ; Med. III. I, p. 320, no. 156) [PI. V] 1 

112 Earl of Loudoun, 16 if), l,y Abraham Simon. Bust of the Earl of 

Loudoun l(j left, hair lon^, in cap, broad falling collar, and doublet 
Ijultoned ; uii truncatinn, A. S. 



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Lot 112 — continued. 

9. Inscription, lOHAN : COM : LOVDOVN . SVMMVS . SCOTIA CANCEL- 
LARIVS, 1645 

{M gilt, 1-4: Med. Hist, xxiv, 10 ; Med. III. i,p. 321, no. 157), fine 
and rare [PI. Vj 1 

John Campbell Earl of Loudoun, born 1598, was theeldest son of Sir James 
Campbell of Lawers. In 1641 he was made Lord Chancellor of Scotland, and 
was nominated one of the Commissioners for Scotland at the Treaty of 
Uxbridge in 1645. 

113 Albert Joachim, 1646, by Abraham Simon. Bust of Albert Joachim 

to left, hair short, bearded, in official robes and broad plain falling 
collar ; on truncation, A. s. 
^ Inscription, 1646 . alb : lOACHiMi . EQ : f.^derat : belg : POST . 

VARIAS . IN . EVROP . LEGAT : lAM . ORDINAR : IN . BRIT : AN : 22 . ' 

Ml : 86 

(l-4f). Fan Loon, ii, 287 ; Med. III. i, p. 324, no. 162), fine and 
rare [PI. V] 1 

Cast and chased. In 1624 Joachim visited England in the capacity of 
Ambassador Extraordinary of the United Pi'ovinces, and again in 1646. Ou 
the second occasion he was not in the negotiations between the King and the 
Parliament. 

114 Lord \r\cW\qu\r\,\QiQ,\)j Alraham Simon. Bust of Lord Inchiquin 

to left, hair long, in falling lace collar, lace cravat, decorated armour, 
and scarf across the breast ; on truncation, A. S. 
51 Inscription, 1646 . HON : D : MOR : BAR : d'inchiqvin D : PRASES . 
PROV MOMONIiE . iET . 30 

(1-4. Med. Hist. XXIII, 11; Med. III. i, p. 324, no. \Q\), fine 
[PI. V] 1 

Murrough O'Brien, Lord Inchiquin, commanded in Ireland for the King 
until 1643, when he joined the Parliament, and was afterwards President of the 
Province of Munster. At the end of 1646 he returned to the King's party. 

115 Sir Sidenham Pointz, 1646, by Abraham Simon. Bust of Sir 

Sidenham Pointz to left, hair long, in plain falling collar, armour, 
and scarf across the breast; on truncation, A. s. ^^ 1^^'^— 

^ Inscription, 1646 . SIDEN : POINTZ . loooo . EQVIT : ET . PED : 
ASSOCIAT : SEPTENT : DVX . SVM : EBOR : GVBER : 

(1-4. Med. 111. I, p. 325, no. 163) [PI. V] 1 

Sir Sidenham Pointz was an ardent anti-Eoyalist, and commanded for the 
Parliament during the Civil War. 

116 Manteau van Dalem, 1647, by ^5raAam»S'2mon. Bust of Van Dalem 

to right, hair long, in plain collar and armour, with baldric ; 011 ./ 
truncation, A. s. ■"■ . _t ^^ 

$1 P'' MANTEAV VAN DALEM ESS INGEN GEN 1 647, in fine lines across 
field, very fine, unpublished, and possibly unique ; from the Montagu 
collection [PL V] 1 






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117 Giles Strangways, 1648. Bust of Giles Strangways to right, hair 

long, neck bare, in armour and mantle over shoulders, ^GIDIVS . 

STRANGWAYS . DE . MELBVRY . IN . COM . DORCESTR . ARMIGER ; below, 

IAN . R . F. (John Roettier fecit) 
$1 The White Tower of London ; on it waves the Royal Standard ; 
above, the sun bursting from a cloud, DECVSQVE . ADVERSA . 

DEDERVNT . ; in exergue, INCARCERATVS . SEPT . 1 645 . LIBERATVS . 
APR . 1648 . 

(2-35. Med. Hist, xviii, 9; 3Ied. III. i, p. 333, no. 177) 1 

Tlic design of the reverse of tliis medal was suggested by Charles II. It 
was not struck till after the llestoration. 

118 Call to Unanimity, 1648. Bust of Charles I to right, laureate, &c. ; 

similar to the preceding, CAROLVS. I . D : G . angl. SCOT. FR . ET . 
HiB . REX . ; below • B • (Nicholas Briot) ; ^ Three crowns united 
by a cord, &c., VNIT/E INVICT^, m. m. rose (I'l, Med. Hist, xvi, 
12; Med. III. I, p. 336, no. 180) 
Charles Louis, Elector Palatine, and Charlotte of Hesse 
Cassel. Betrothal, 1649. Busts of Charles Louis and Charlotte 
of Hesse Cassel, face to face ; he, hair long, is in doublet and 
scarf across the body ; she wears necklace, low dress, and bodice, 
VNIENDO . MVLTIPLICAMINI . ; ]Ji Cupid facing towards the left, 
laurel wreath in one hand, bow in the other ; on left, young tree 
growing from the stump of an old one, on right quiver resting against 
a tree, PERFECI . 1648; {Med. III. I, p. 339, no. 185), fine and very rare 2 

119 Death of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles I to left, hair long, in 

falling lace collar, armour richly decorated, with lion's head on 

shoulder, and mantle, DIVVS CAROLVS brt : Pivs, over the head two 

roses, in the field c. R. 

9- A hammer striking a diamond upon an anvil, INEXPVGNABILIS . 

1648, m. m. cross 

(1-65, gilt. Med. Hist, xvii, 1 ; Med. III. i. p. 340, no. 187), very fine 1 

This raedal is by Thomas Rawlins, and was published upon the King's 
deatli, .'JO Jan. l)i48-9, to commemorate his fortitude. 

120 Death of Charles I, 1649. Another, bust of Charles I to left, hair 

long, in falling lace collar, armour richly decorated, with lion's head 

on shoulder, and mantle, DIVVS CAROLVS BRT : Pivs, over the head 

two roses, in the field c. R. 
^ A hummer striking a diamond upon an anvil, INEXPVGNABILIS. 

1648, ;iilf 1 

1-_>1 Death of Charles I, 1649. Another, bust of Charles I to left, hair 

long, in falling lace collar, armour richly decorated, with lion's head 

on shoulder, and mantle, DIVVS CAROLVS BRT : PIVS, over the head 

two roses, in the field c. R. 
1^ As preceding, very fine 1 



p 



31 

122 Death of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles I to left, hair long, &c. ; 

same as the preceding ; C. R. in the field omitted ; SVCCESSOR VERVS 
VTRIVSQVE. 

51 Salamander to left, amid flames ; CONSTANTIA cesaris ian . 30 . <^:;^ LL j Q 

1648. 

(1-65. Med. Hist, xvii, 3 ; Med. III. i, p. 341, no. 188), with ring, 
very fine 1 

123 Death of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles I to left, hair long, in 

plain falling collar, rich armour with lion's head on shoulder, mantle, 
and George of the Garter ; CAROLVS . D : G : MAG : brit . fran : ET . 
HIE : REX . FIDEI . DEFEN^*^'^. ; below, R. (Thomas Rawlins) ; ^ Rock, 
buffeted by winds, waves, and thunderstorms ; immota . TRIVM- 
PHANS ; in exergue, IAN . 30 . 1648. rawl. f. (Thomas Rawlins 
fecit.) (M5. Fan Loon, 11, 321 ; Med. III. i, p. 341, no. 190), a 
memorial of the fortitude of Charles 
Death of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles I to left, hair long, in 
plain falling collar, robes and star of the Garter ; in his hand, a 
crown of thorns and scroll with the motto, CHRISTI . tracto. ; in 

two circles, lANII : 30 . 1648 . CAROLVS . PRIMVS . MORITVR . ET . 
VIVIT . EST . NOBILE . VICENDI . GENVS . PATIENTIA. ; floral border ; 
51 Rock, buffeted by winds and waves ; on a scroll, jmmota trium- 
PHANS.; corded border. (1*05. Med. III. I, p. 342, no. 191), both 
very fine 2 

124 Death of Charles I, 1649. Oval Medallion, by Thomas Rawlins, 

CAROLVS D. G. MAG BR. FR. ET. H. REX, bust of Charles bare-headed, O 

to left, hair long, wearing falling collar, richly decorated, armour ^ 

and scarf "^ 't / I ~ O 

9. Jan. 30, 1648 Qu SJNCTFS Viueris et qui post funera MARTYR 
Protumulo nostrum CAROLE pectus habe in seven lines across the 
field, with loop and ring 

{Med. III. I, p. 344, 194), very fine and extremely rare [PI. IV] 1 

125 Memorials of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles I to left, hair 

long, in plain falling collar, doublet, mantle, and medal suspended 
to riband ; CAROLVS . D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET . HI : REX. ; ^ A skull 
between C. R. ; over it a celestial crown with a label GLORIA ; below 
it an earthly crown and a label VANITAS. ; beatam . ET , eternam . 
SPLENDIDAM. AT . GRAVEM. (Med. III. I, p. 345, no. 197). Another, 
Bust of Charles I to right, hair long, lovelock on left shoulder, plain 

armour ; CAROL . I . D . G . M . B . F . ET . H . REX . & . GLOR . MEM. ; 

below, N. R. F. (Norbert Roettier fecit) ; ^ inscription, REX pacifi- 
cvs victvs vincebat hostes victor trivmphat in ccelis. (2-3. 
Fan Loon, ii, 320; Med. III. i, p. 346, no. 199) 2 



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126 Memorial of Charles I, 1649 (2). Bust of Charles I to right, similar 

to the preceding, with a little drapery thrown round the bottom of 

the bust ; CAROL . D . f; . M . B . F . ET . H . REX . & . GLOR . MEM. ; 

below, monogram, ^, (John Roettier) : ^ Hand from heaven hold- 
ing a celestial crown ; below, a landscape with sheep feeding with- 
out a shepherd ; VIRTVT . EX . ME . FORTVNAM . EX , ALUS. {M, Vb. 
Van Loon, ii, 320 ; Med. III. i, j). 346, no. 200) 
Oxford Memorial, 1649. Altar, between 16 — 48, inscribed, P. M. 
Jcad. Oxon. ; |i inscription, Deo, Ecclefiae, Principi Victima (^, 1'15. 
Med. Hist. XVII, 6 ; Med. III. I, p. 348, no. 20.5), very Jine and scarce 3 

127 Memorials of Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles I to right, hair 

long, in plain falling collar, armour, and medal suspended to riband ; 
inner legend, CAROLVS REX. ; outer legend, POPVLE MEVS QVID FECI 
Tiiii, 1649 (Micah VI, 3); Jl Head of Medusa, CONCILIABVLVM 
ANGLL-E., two outer concentric legends, divided by flaming sword, 
thunderbolt, and arms, BLASFEMANT DEVM . NECANT REGEM . 
SPERNVNT LEGEM. (2-25. Van Loon, ii, 321; Med. III. i, p. 349, 
no. 208). Bust of Charles I, three-quarters, to left, hair long, in 
plain falling collar, armour, and mantle flowered with roses round 
shoulders; inner legend, CARL. i. V. G. G. KONIG VON ENGEL : 
SCHOTT : UND IRRLAND. ; outer legend, leyden gott und obrig- 
KEIT. ; beneath F., the artist's initial ; Jl A seven-headed monster, 
rampant, to right, over the head of Charles, the crown, and sceptre ; 
legend in continuation of that on the obverse, bey des pofels macht 
UXD STKEIT. (1-85. Van Loon, il, 321 ; Med. III. I, p. 352, no. 210) 2 

128 Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. Bust of Charles I to 

right, ifec.j similar to Med. III. no. 213, but no lovelock; legend incuse, 

CAROLVS . D . G . MAG . BRI . FR . ET . HIB . RX. 

1^ Bust of Henrietta Maria to left, hair fiat at the top, curly at the 
sides, drawn through a small coronet behind, and tied into a bow, 
pi-arl necklace and pendant, figured bodice with brooch in front, 
bust terminated in drapery, HENRETTA . MARIA . D . G . MAG . BRITAN . 
FRAN . ET . HIB. REG. ; below, T. RAWLINS. F. ; m. m. fieur-de-lis 
(1-45 by 1 -lo. Med. III. I, p. 354, no. 215), very Jine [PI. IV] 1 

129 Badge, similar to last but with wreath border and loop 

{Med. III. 355, no. 215) 1 

130 Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. Bust of Charles I 

to right, crowned, hair long, in falling lace collar, ermine robes, 
collar and George of the Garter ; CAROLVS . D. G . MAG . BRITAN . 
FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . Fl . D . 

51 Bust of Henrietta Maria to left, kc. ; same as the preceding ; wreath 
border on both sides 

( 1 -Sf) //// 1 -55. Med. Hi ft. xiv, 4 ; Med. III. i,p. 355, no. 216), very fine 
[PI. IV] 1 



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131 Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. Bust of Charles I 

to right, wearing arched crown, falb'ng lace collar, richly figured 
armour, with lion's head on shoulder, medal suspended to riband O 
and scarf across the breast; legend incuse, CAROLVS . D .G. REX., =». Q 
the Garter with the motto incuse forms the border J^ -> Lu — - 

$1 Bust of Henrietta Maria to left, &c. ; same as no. 128 ; legend in- 
cuse, HENRETA . MARIA . D . G . REG. &C. 

(1-3 hy 1-05. Num. Chron. xiii, pi. i, 8; Med. III. i, p. 355, 
no. 217) 1 

132 Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria Bust of Charles I 

to left, laureate, hair long, in armour with lion's head on shoulder, 
medal suspended to a chain and mantle festooned upon the breast 
$1 Bust of Henrietta Maria to left, &c. ; same as no. 108 ; no legend ; 
floral and corded borders on both sides 

(1-25 hy 1. Num. Chron. xiii, pi. i, 9 ; Med. III. i, p. 355, no. 218) 
[PI. IV] 

133 Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, as Med. III. nos. 215, 

218 (2) 3 

134 Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. Bust of Charles I 

almost facing, bare head, hair long, love-lock on left shoulder, y 

wearing plain falling collar, armour, and medal with chain at sides, ;^ Q ^^ 

C. R. I 

$1 Bust of Henrietta Maria, love-lock on right shoulder, lace collar, 
richly decorated dress and cross on breast ; M. R. at sides 

(1-25 hy r05. Med. III. I, p. 357, no. 222), gilt, extremely rare 
[PL IV] 1 

135 Badge. Bust of Charles I to right, hair long, in falling lace collar, 

doublet buttoned close, riband to suspend medal, and scarf across 
the breast ; legend incuse, CAROLVS . D . G . MAG . bri . fr . et . HIB . 

RX. 

1^ incuse ; Royal arms, crowned, within the Garter ; without border 
(1-85 by 1-55. Num. Chron. xiii, pi. in, 20 ; Med. III. i, p. 360, 
no. 231) 
And another, as Med. III. no. 223 2 



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SECOND DAY'S SALE. 



CHARLES \— continued. 

LOT 

136 Badge. Bust of Charles I to right, crowned, hair long, in falling lace 

collar, ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter ; CAROLVS . 

D . Cx . MAG . BKITAN . FRAN . ET . HIE . REX . FI . D . 

5: Royal arms, crowned, within the Garter ; wreath border on both 
sides 

(1-8 bi/ 1-4. Num. Chron. xiii, pi. Ill, 21 ; Med. III. i, p. 360 
no. 232), very fine, rare 1 

137 Badge. Bust of Charles I to right, in falling lace collar, armour, 

medal suspended to riband, and scarf across the breast 
I;l A crown, within a band incusely inscribed, LONG MAY KING CHARLES 
REIGNE ; small beaded border between two others plain, on both 
sides 

(•8.5 hji -7. Num. Chron. xiii, pi. IV, 30; Med. III. I, p. 365, 
no. 246), cast uitd chased, with ring 
And others as Med. III. p. 360, no. 231, p. 362, 7W. 238, all scarce 4 

138 Badges as Med. III. p. 360, nos. 231, 235, ;;. 358, no. 225, and p. 366, 

no. 248 4 

139 Three heart-shaped Lockets. («) containing a small portrait 

medallion of Charles I, the outside engraved with a heart pierced 
by two arrows, and an eye with three tear drops ; {h) one side 
repousst' portrait of Charles crowned between C.K., the other side 
engraved / Joy in one, but annoy none ; (c) engraved I innista vos mea 
nos, and on the other side, Quis tempcry a lachrimis Jans. 30, 1648 
(compare Med. III. 366-249) 3 

140 Badge. Bust of Charles three-quarters to right, head bare, hair long, 

love-lock on left shoulder in falling lace collar, figured armour, with 
lion's head on shoulder, and medal suspended to riband ; leaf 
border ; No l;l 

(1-65 htj 1-35), xcnj rare [PI. IV] 1 



35 

141 Badge of Prince Charles. Bust of the Prince to left with long 

hair, richly embroidered robes open in front, with riband and medal 
^ Arms surrounded by Garter and crowned 

(Oval JR, 1-62 by 1-45. Med, III. p. 372, no. 263) 
And another of Charles I 2 

142 Charles I, 1649. Bust of Charles to right, head bare, love-lock on 

left shoulder, in falling collar, rich armour, scarf across breast and ^ 
George of the Garter suspended to riband, carolvs I. D. G. MAG. ^^1^ / r) 
N. BRIT. FRANC. ET. HIB. REX. ^TATIS SV^E. ; on truncation Natus. 
i6oo, and behind bust 1649 (compare Med. III. p. 292, no. 107) 
[P].. X] 1 

143 Charles I, Pattern (?) Bust of Charles to left, love-lock on left 

shoulder, in falling collar, with lace border, armour (?) and scarf, 
legend incuse 1^ CAROLVS D . G . MAG . BR . FR ET . HI . REX .; 5^ en- 
graved with the Royal Arms crowned within the Garter, around 
border in laurel (1-35. Med. III. J, p. 373, no. 266), 2 examples, one 
gilt ; and an engraved medallion-style of Passe, but probably of later 

work, CAROLVS . D . G . MAG . BRIT , FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . 1 649 . 27 . 

JANY, bust of Charles to right, in broad-brimmed hat, lace collar, &c. ; 

55) MARIA D G MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET. HIB REG ., bust of the Queen, 

nearly full face, to left. (1-2) 3 

144 Charles I, Pattern, carolvs d. g . mag . brit . fra \ et . hib . rex . 

FIDE ., bust similar to last ; ^ Full-blown rose within laurel border, 
in imitation of engraving (1'4. Med. III. I, p. 374, no. 268) ; and a 
small Badge with head of Charles I ; ^ Plain 2 

145 Oval Medallion, with repousse portrait of Charles I with titles, and 

date of execution ; and a Pendant formed as a bust of Charles I 2 

146 Charles I and William III Prince of Orange. Bust of Charles I, 

three-quarters, to right, hair long, in broad falling lace collar, doublet, 

&c., CAROLVS . DI ., groundwork etched with scroll work and roses 

^ William Prince of Orange on horseback to right, view of the Hague 

in background, wilhelmvs . hi . d . g . princ avric^e com . nass ^^ • 

(2-7, gilt. Med. III. i,p. 449, no. SS,fo7- obverse) 1 

COMMONWEALTH. 

1649—1660. 
Gold. 

147 Henry Scobell, 1649, by T. Simon. Bust of Henry Scobell to left, in /; 

doublet close buttoned, and plain falling collar meeting low in front 
$1 engraved HENRY SCOBELL E/^r 

(1-3. Med. III. I, p. 384, no. 2), very fine and of the highest rarity 
[PI. V] 1 

D 2 



^S'^- ^ 



r 



^'i' 



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36 

148 Battle of Dunbar, 1650. Bust of the Protector to left, hair 
long, in plain collar, armour and scarf, on truncation THO SIMON 

- FK, in background battle, THE lord OF HOSTS wobd at dunba* 

BKPTBMBEB Y. 3, 165O 

J^ The Parliament assembled in one house with the Speaker 

{Med. Ill I, p. 392, no. 14), very fine and rare [PI. VI] 1 

149 Coronation of Charles II at Scone, 1651. carolvs. 2. d. g. 
SCO. ANG. FRA. HI. REX FI. DE. cor. ia Scon 1 65 1, crowned bust in 
plain collar, ermine robe and collar of the Garter, to right 

^ NEMO. ME. IMPVNE. LACESSIT., Hon rampant holding thistle in his 
paw 

{Med. III. I, p. 394, no. 18), very fine and very rare [PL IX] 1 

150 Naval Reward, 1653. An anchor, from the beams of which are 

suspended three united shields, bearing St. George's cross for 
England, St. Andrew's for Scotland, and a harp for Ireland ; the 
cable encircles the whole ; near the ring of the anchor the mono- 
gram of T S. (Thomas Simon) 
^ Naval engagement ; in the foreground is a ship sinking, on the 
■ ^ '^ stern of which is the artist's name, SIMON, and on the prow of 

' another, T. s. (Thomas Simon) ; broad laurel border on either side 

(2 hy 1-8. Med. III. 1, p. 399, no. 27), extremely fine and of the 
very hif/hest rarity [PI. VI] 1 

One of the four medals struck by order of the Parliament, to be given to the 
flatr officers of the vessels engaged. This medal was presented to Captain 
William Haddock who commanded the " America" in the action of July 81, 
lti.53. From tlie Whitehead collection. 

151 Naval Reward, 1653. An anchor, from the beams of which are 

suspended three united shields, bearing St. George's cross for 
England, St. Andrew's for Scotland, and a harp for Ireland ; the 
cable encircles the whole ; near the ring of the anchor the mono- 

^ '" ^ _ gram of T. s. (Tliomas Simon) 

l^ Kaval engagement; in the foreground is a ship sinking, on the 
stern of which is the artist's name, siMON, and on the prow of 
unotlier, T. s. (Thomas Simon) 

( 1 () In/ 1'4. Mi'il. III. I, p. 400, no. 28), ven/ fine and e.rfremely rare 
[PI. VI] ■ ■ 1 

l'"iom the Addington collection. 

152 Cromwell, Protector, 1653. Bust of Cromwell to left in plain 

falling collar, decorated armour and scarf, OLIVERVS. DEI. GKA. 
'^ . itKii'Vi: ANCii.i.i:. SCO kt. mii <^ protector, and below bust tho 

» J SIMON r. 

U Lion sejant, laureate, supiiorting shield of the Protectorate ; on an 



n 



4 



•ti 



37 

Lot 152 — continued. 

escutcheon of pretence the paternal coat of Cromwell, PAX. QV^- 

RITVR. BELLO. 

{Med. III. I, pp. 409, 410, no. 45), very fine and as a struck 

medal excessively rare [PI. "VI] 1 

The portrait of Cromwell was copied from a miniature by S* Cooper, now in 
the collection of the Duke of Devonshire. 

153 Peace with Holland, 1654. Justice and Peace, with their appro- 

priate symbols ; each rests a hand upon a cornucopia standing erect 
between them ; above, the name of Jehovah, in Hebrew, radiate ; 
H^ MIHI EKVNT ARTES. ; in exergue CIOIOCLIIII. (1654) 
Jl> Inscription Q . F . F . Q . s. Post . atrox . belvm . qvod . inter . 

ANGLIC^ . BELGIC^QVE . REIP . RECTORES . BIS . FRVSTRA . TENTATIS . 
PACIS . CONDITIONIBVS . ANO . CIOIOCLII . EXARSIT . IN . QVO . MAXI- 
MIS . VTRINQVE . CLASSIBVS . SEX . SEPTENTRIONALI . DVO . MEDITER . 
MARI . PVGNATA . SVNT . CRVENTA . PR^LIA DEI . OPT . MAX . BENE- 
FICIO . AVSPICJS . OLIVARI . M . BRH ANI^ . PROTECTORIS . ET . FCEDER . 
BELGI . ORDINVM . PAX . CVM . ANTIQVO . FCEDERE . RESTITVTA . CVIVS . 
OPTIM/E . RERVM . IN . MEMORIAM . SEMPITERNAM . S . P . Q . A . HOC . 
MONVMENTVM . F . C. 

(2-5. Med. III. I, 2^- 414, no. 51), very rare, and probably unique in 
this metal [PL VII] 1 

154 Death of Cromwell, 1658, by T. Simon. Bust of Cromwell to left, 

laureate, hair short, in plain falling collar and armour, on trunca- 
tion T . siM0N_0LIVAR . D . G RP . ANG . SCO HIB &^ PROTECTOR 

P) A young olive tree growing close to the dead stump of an old one, -^ t-^' — / rt~* _^ 
shepherds attending their Hocks, NON . defitient . OLIVA SEP 3 1658- 

(•85 hy -Jo, oval,tvith loop. Med. III. I, p- 423, no. 82), very fine 
and excessively rare [PL "V"I] 1 

155 Death of Cromwell, 1658. Bust of Cromwell to left, laureate, hair 

short, neck bare, mantle over shoulders, OLIVAR D . G . RP . ANG SCO . 
HIB . PRO . 
51 NON . DEFITIENT OLIVA . SEP 3 . 1658 ., a young olive tree, shepherd 
tending flock, &c. 

(1-15. Med. III. I, p. 484, no. 8i), grained edge, very fine [PL VI] 1 

156 Death of Cromwell, 1658. Bust of Cromwell to left, laureate, hair 

short, neck bare, mantle over shoulders, OLiVAR D . G . RP . ANG SCO . 

HIB. PRO. 

^ NON. DEFITIENT OLIVA . SEP 3 . 1 658 ., a young olive tree, shepherd 
tending flock, &c. 

(1-15. Med. III. I, p. 484, no. 8i), plain edge, very fine 1 



r 



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* 



38 

157 Death of Cromwell, 1658. Bust of Cromwell tQ left, laureate, in 

plain falling collar and armour, olivak d.g . rp . ang . SCO hiberni^ 

PHOTKITOR 

yi Nt»N . DEFITIENT OLIVA . SEP 3 . 1 658, an olive tree, shepherd with 
Hock, and buildings in distance 

(1-9. Med. III. 1, p. iSb, no. So), vert/ fine 1 

Silver. 

158 Lilbupne's Trial, 1649. Bust of John Lilburne to left, in falling 

lace collar and drapery round the V)ust ; in three concentric lines, 

lOHX . LILBOKXE . SAVED . BY . THE . POWER . OF . THE . LORD . AND . 
THE . INTEGRITY . OF . HIS . IVRY . WHO . ARE . IVGES . OF . LAW . AS . 

WEL . AS . FACT . OCT 26. 1649.; 1/ A rose in the centre of four 
concentric circles, on which are the names of his Jurymen, myles . 

PETTY . STE . ILES . ABR . SMITH . ION . KING . NIC . MVRIN . THO . 
DAINTY . EDM . KEYSAR . KDW . PARKINS . RAL . PACKMAN . WIL . 
COMINS . SY . WEEDON . HEN . TOWLEY . OCTOBER . 26 . 1649. (1"35. 

^fe(l. III. I, /(. .'^S.'), HO. 3) ; and one gilt 
Cromwell, Lord-General, 1650. Bust of Cromwell, three-quarters, 
to right, in plain falling collar, armour, and scarf tied in a knot on 
his right shoulder; oLI : CROMWEL . MILIT : PARL : DVX . GEN :; 
U Plain, oviil (l-'i hi/ M. Med. III. I, p. 388, no. 7), very finely executed 

//// Tlldlliil^ Sillinn 3 

159 Cromwell, Lord-General, 1650. Bu.st of Cromwell, three-quarters, 
^ to right, in plain falling collar, armour, and scarf tied in a knot on 

I ^ — I - ^ ^ hi^ right shoulder ; oLi : CROMWEL . MlLlT : PARL : DVX : GEN : 

\ U Plain 

(1-2//// 1-1. Med. III. I, p. 388, no. 7), tlm viedal, very finely 
(xendi'd Inj Thonia.'i Siiiion, hoval, lid i<trnck on a round fian, and before 
1h>' die tni^ fr<id,ir>'d [PI. VI] 1 

160 AiKilhcr, stnick upon a circnlar blank from fractured die {Med. III. I, 

y. .'{SS, iio. 7), ri-rii fiu<- condition 
Cromwell and Fairfax, 1650. Two heads, rever.sible, Cromwell 
and the Devil, ^Vc. : di;x . eeN . MEX.S . IS . DEN . A . SUN . DVIVEL. ; 
^ Two heads similarly placed, Fairfax and a Fool: in the field, 
fai:k.)X ; I) . KKN . soT . IS . 1) . A . s . (;kk. {A\, 1-45. Med. III. i, 
p. 3S!t, iin. Ifi), iiiij'iddi.'^lird ill this nirfal 2 

161 Naval Reward, H;.')0. An anchor, from the beams of which are 

suspended two sliiclils ; one bearing the Cross of St. George for 

I ' _^ '"''"glaii'l, the (pth.T .1 harp (or Iielanil, on beam T.s. (Thomas Simon); 

^ ' al)(ive, MKi;visTl, a cabh- eiKiircIcs the whole 

1/ IhtPailianieiit ass.'inltled in one house with theSpeaker, without loop 
{.Mnl. III. I, y.. :yj(j, nu. \-2), ceri/fine and fcnj rare [PL VI] 1 



39 

162 Battle of Dunbar, 1650. Bust of Cromwell to left, hair long, in 

plain falling collar, armour, and scarf festooned upon the breast ; () 

in the distance, battle ; THE LORD OF HOSTS . wobd . at dvnbab . septbm : t . ^ 

3.1650; on truncation, T . SIMON. F. ^ ~t 

9: Plain 

(1 hy -85. Med. III. i, p. 391, no. 13), very fine 1 

163 Battle of Dunbar, 1650. Bust of the Protector to left, hair long, in 

plain falling collar, armour and scarf, on truncation THO SIMON FE, ^' 

in background battle, the loed of hosts woed at dukbab septbmbbb t. 3, 1650 f) , v^ 

^ The Parliament assembled in one house with the Speaker ''^^ ^ / -T* 

{Med. III. 1,2). 392, no. 14), very fine 1 

164 William II of Orange, Disputes with the States, 1650. Bust 

of William II of Orange, three-quarters, to right, hair long, 
in plain falling collar, armour, scarf, and George of the Garter 
suspended to riband ; the field is decorated with tracery of orange 

branches ; WILHELMVS II . D . G . PRINC . AVRAIC^ COM . NASS . E* ; 

behind, P. v. A. (Peter Van Abeele) ; 5^ Armorial shield of William, 
crowned, and surrounded by the Garter (2-55. Med. III. i, p. 393, 
no. 16) 
William II of Orange and Princess Mary, 1650. Bust of 
William II of Orange, three-quarters, to right, &c. ; same as the 
preceding ; ^ Bust of Mary, Princess of Orange to left, hair 
elegantly wreathed with diamonds and pearls, pearl necklace and 
earring, drapery fastened with brooch on the shoulder ; the field is 
decorated with tracery of roses and thistles ; MARIA D . G . PRINCEPS 
M . BRIT . AVRANT . DOTARIA . ETC. ; behind, P. V. ABEELE (in mono- 
gram), F. (2-55. 3Ied. III. I, 2). 'i93, no. 17) 2 

165 Coronation at Scone, 1651. Bust of Charles II to right, 

crowned, hair long, in plain falling collar, ermine robes, and collar 
of the Garter ; CAROLVS . 2 . G . SCO . ANG . fra & Hi . REX . Fi . DE . 
cor . 2 . ia . scon .1651 
)^ Lion rampant, to left, holding a thistle in his paw ; NEMO . ME . 

IMPVNE LACESSET 

(.R, 1-25. Med. III. I, p. 394, no. 18), cast, and slightly chased. 
Cojiunemm-ative of the Coronation of Charles II hy the Scots at Scone, 
1 Jan. 1651, very fine 1 

166 Inigo Jones, 1652. Bust of Inigo Jones, three-quarter length, hair 

long and flowing, short beard, with cap on head, plain broad falling 

collar and doublet buttoned, holding in left hand a sheet of paper ',^ y 1 ' D — Z' 

Xo ^ 

(2-62), cast, and chased, very fine and unpublished [PI. VII] 1 



■ / 



40 

167 Martin Tromp, died 1653. Bust of Tromp, three-quarters, to right, 

in plain falling collar, doublet, metal gorget, and medal of St. 
Michael suspended to riband ; the field is damasked with arabesque 

ornaments ; MART . HERP . TROMP . R . L . ADM . V . HOLL . E . WESTV . 

A°.i653; on truncation, P V A. (in monogram) F. (Peter van 
Abeele fecit.) ; the whole within laurel wreath 
9> Armorial shield of Tromp, with helmet, crest, and supporters ; 
behind, two anchors crossed ; on a scroll above, OBYT ^ 56 ; in a 
compartment below is a naval battle ; in the foreground an English 
ship sinking 

(2-8. Med. III. i,p. 402, no. 32), very fine 1 

168 Martin Tromp, died 1653. Bust of Tromp, almost full-face, in 

plain falling collar, doublet, metal gorget, and medal with his own 
arms suspended to riband ; MARTEN . HARPERTSEN . TROMP . RIDDER ; 
beneath bust, i. pool. 
51 Naval action, in the fore-ground an English ship sinking ; LIEV- 

TENANT . ADMIRAAL . VAN . HOLLAND . VOOR . HET . VAADERLAND . 
GESNEVVELT . DEN . lo. AVGVSTI . ANNO .1653 

(2"7. Med. III. I, ]). 403, no. 33), very fine. Conimejnorative of the 
death of Tromp [PI. VIII] 1 

169 Martin Tromp, died 1653. Bust of Tromp, three-quarters, to right, 

&c., from the same portrait as no. 138, between palm branches; 
two infant genii hold a navaJ crown above his head ; at the sides, 
naval trophies ; on a band below, Myn hert en bandt was voor htt 
landt. 
Ijl: Naval engagement, in front an English ship sinking ; 

Waarom doet muller Trump door hunst van gout en silver leeven : 

cm dat hy dyser eezv door krygsdeugd heeft verdrevcn ob'yt den. i o aug. 1653 

ra. m. rose 

(3-0. Mnl. III. I, p. 403, no. 34) [PI. VIII] 1 

170 Another, as preceding, hut not gilt 1 

171 Martin Tromp, died 1653. Bust of Tromp, three-quarters, to 

right, with accompaniments and inscription, similar to the preceding 
5> Naval engagement, no sinking ship ; legend similar to the preceding, 
the word ohijt being omitted 

(2-65. Mcil. III. I, p. 404, no. 35) 1 

172 Martin Tromp, dit-d 1653. Bust ahuost full-faced of Tromp, 

MART . ilAKP . TROMP . II . L . AD . V . HOL . ZE . WES . 

^ Naval engagement, no sinking ship; legend as on preceding medal 
(/R, 2-65), tin, jil(i.ijiu'.'< chased, and soldered together, unpublished 
and prohahhi viivpw 1 



41 

173 Martin Tromp, died 1653. Bust of Tromp, three-quarters, to 

right, in plain falling collar, large gorget, mantle round bust, and 
medal with his own arms suspended to riband ; underneath, two 
tablets, one inscribed, I. L. del. (Jan Livens (?) delineavit) ; the 
other, D. V. KiswiCK. f. (Deric Van Riswick fecit) ; the artists' 
names ; martinvs . herperti . trompius eques . et . thalassiar . 
HOLLAND!^. XX ANS. ; in the field, ^T. LV. (aged 55) 
9) Naval engagement ; VICTOR . HOSTiUM . fortiter . pro . patria . 
PUGNANS . OCCUBUIT . lo . AUG . AN? . DOM . cioiocLiii. ; beneath 
ships, D. V. R. (Deric van Riswick) 

{2-2. Med. III. I, p. 404, no. 36) [PL VII] 1 

174 General Lambert, 1653 (?). Bust of Lambert to left, hair long, 

plain falling collar and doublet ; No 9= 

(1-3 by -95. See Med. III. i, p. 405) 1 

175 William Lenthall, 1653. Bust nearly facing to right, hair long, 

lion's head at shoulder, plain scarf ; landscape in background, ^-^ ^ — IT"^ 
within cartouche border ornamented with skull and masks; under 
truncation, C.T. 

(3-5% 3) [PL VIII] 1 

176 Sir James Harrington, 1653. Bust of Harrington to left, hair 

long, in plain falling collar, armour, and scarf festooned over the 
breast and tied on left shoulder ; on truncation c/. jS . (Thomas 
Simon) 
^ Inscription THE , effigies . of . S^ : Iames . Harrington . of . / 
SwEAKLEY . IN . Y . GOV : OF : MiD : K"^ & Bar . Mai . Gen : OF . y 



forces . of . Y . CiTTIES . OF . LONDON . & . WESTMINSTER . AT . 

E 

Y . BaTTELL . OF . NeWBERY . IN . 1644 . A . MEMBER . OF . PARLIA- 

E E 

MENT . FOR . Y . COV : OF . RVTLAND . & . ONE . OF . Y . COVNCEL . 

OF . State . aged . 45 . 1653. 

(1-3. Med. III. I, p. 408, no. 43) [PL V] 1 



177 Cromwell, Protector, 1653. Bust of Cromwell to left in plain 
falling collar, decorated armour and scarf, OLIVERVS . DEI . gra . 

REIPVB ANGLIiE . SCO ET . HIB & PROTECTOR, and below bust THO 
SIMON F . 

Jl Lion sejant, laureate, supporting shield of the Protectorate ; on an 
escutcheon of pretence the paternal coat of Cromwell, pax . QV^E- 

RITVR . BELLO . 

(Med. III. I, pp. 409, 419, no. 45), very fine 1 



5> 7. 



42 

178 Cpomwell, Protector, 1653. Rust of Cromwell, three-quarters to 

right, in plain falling collar, armour, and scarf with fringe and 
looped on right shoulder, OLiv . D . o . R . P . ANG . SCO . et . hib . pro . 
under the bust, T. S. (Thomas Simon) 
^c Lion sejant, laureate, supporting a shield, as on the preceding, 

PAX . QV-ERITVR . BELLO. 

(1-35. Med. III. I, /?. 410, no. 46) 1 

179 Cromwell, Protector, 1653. Bust of Cromwell, three-quarters to 

right, in plain falling collar, armour, and scarf with fringe and 
looped on right shoulder, oi.iv . i) . G . R . P . ANG . SCO . ET . HiB . PRO . 
under the bust, T. s. (Thomas Simon) 
51 Lion sejant, laureate, supporting a shield, as on lot 147, PAX . 

QVvERITVR . BELLO. 

(1-35. Med. III. 1, p. 410, no. 46) 1 

180 Henry Cromwell, 1654. Bust of Henry Cromwell, three-quarters, 

to right, hair long, in plain falling collar, armour and scarf across 
breast, on truncation A. s. 
l;l HEN . CROMWELL . GUB . HIB . 1 654 . across field, border of leaves and 
roses obv. and rer. 

(1-15 h)j -95. Mnl. III. I, p. 412, no. 49) 1 

181 Peace with Holland, 1654. Two armed female figures representing 

Britain a!id Holland, holding spears, each surmounted by a cap of 
Liberty, and bearing a fiag with the arms of their respective coun- 
tries ; Peace is uniting the shafts with a wreath of olive ; the field 
is decorated with tracery of fioral ornaments 

HIKK ]}1NT ])E HEIL'gE VREE DEN BRIT, EN BATAVIER, 
DE AVERELT EEIl' . T VEKI'.ONT, EN VREEZ' ER KRYGSBANIER. 
ni. III. fieur-de-lis 
l;l A ship, her sails tilled ; favouring gales propel her forward ; Fame 
above and Tritons below proclaim tlie peace ; below, A° . 1654. 
WAAROM ZEILT . TVREDESCHIP OP T . SILVER . IN . DE . ZEE 1 
OM . DAT . DE . BKOEDEPvKRIIG . VERANDERT . IS . IN . VREE. 

?n. III. rose 

(3-L'. ^rnl III. \,p. 413, no. 50), vni/ Jinr [PL VII] 1 

182 Peace with Holland, 1654. Two armed female figures representing 

Britain and lldUaiid, holding spears, each surmounted by a cap of 
Liberty, and bearing a fiag with the arms of their respective coun- 
tries ; Peace is uniling the shafts with a wreath of olive ; the field 
is decorated with tracery of lioral ornaments 

iiiKi; lUNi" itK iikii,"(;h \kkh den r.Ri'i", en batavier, 
DK WKiu'j.i i;ki;'.i vi;i;i'.(»nt, en vi;ekz' er kry(;sbanier. 
7n. III. fieur-de-lis 



43 

Lot 182 — continued. 

9i A ship, her sails filled ; favouring gales propel her forward ; Fame 
above and Tritons below proclaim the peace ; below, A° . 1654. 

WAAROM ZEILT . X'VREDESCHIP OP T . SILVER . IN . DE . ZEE 1 
OM . DAT . DE . BROEDERKRIIG . VERANDERT , IS . IN . VREE. 

ra. m. rose 

(3-2. Med. III. I, p. 413, no. 50) 1 

183 Peace with Holland, 1654. Britannia, with a harp on her knee, 

and Holland, with her lion at her feet, are holding up a cap of 
Liberty 

Mentibus unitis priscus procul absit amaror, 

PiLEA NE SUBITO PARTA CRUORE RUANT. 

in exergue, CoxcL : ~^ T> . APRIL . A° . M . DC. Liv. 
$1 A British and a Dutch ship of war, sailing peaceably together upon 
a calm sea 

LUXURIAT GEMINO NEXU TRANQVILLA SaLO ReS. 

Excipit uanimes totius Orbis Amor. 
on the stem of each ship, s . D . (Sebastian Dadler.) 

(2-4. Med. III. I, p. Uo, 710. 52), very fine [PI. VII] 1 

184 Peace with Holland, 1654. Neptune, having on his knees the 

shields of the Commonwealth and Holland, attached to the beams 
of two anchors crossed and united by an olive wreath, is advancing, 
facing, in his naval car, which is decorated with palm branches and 
a caduceus with cap of Liberty ; two Tritons attend upon him ; ^ 
the rays of the sun fill the field ; AMANTIVM IRA amiciti^e redin- ^ 
TEGRATIO est. On the car is the artist's name, Jerian Pool ; below, ^ ^ ~ / ^ 

fecit Ariuterdami • 

1^ Inscription, Ter Memorie der Vrede, Unie en Confcederatie, den 15 April 
soiemneiyck gejloten tot' West Monfter, tufschen zyn Hooghcyt den Heer 
Protecteur vande Republique van Engelant, Schotlant, en Trlant ter eener, 
en de Hoogh mogende Heer en Staten Generael ter andre syde ; daer op 
wederzyts Ratificatie in behoorlycke forme den 2 der maent Maij is 
uytgezvij'selt, en gepubliceert den 27 der selver Maent Anno. 1654. 

(2-35. Med. III. i, p. 416, no. 53) 1 

185 Many, Princess of Orange, and her Son, 1654. Bust of Mary, 

Princess of Orange to left, hair elegantly wreathed with diamonds 
and pearls, pearl necklace and earring, drapery fastened with brooch 
on the shoulder ; the field is decorated with tracerj'^ of roses and 
thistles; MARIA D . G . PRIXCEPS . M . BRIT . AVRANT . DOTARIA . ETC. ; 
behind, P. v. abeele. (in monogram) F. 
^ Bust of William HI (as a child), three-quarters to right, wearing 



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Lot 185 — anilinufd. 

over a lace cap, a hat decorated with ribands and jewellery, and 
two ostrich feathers drooping behind, drapery round the bust ; 
underneath, a band inscribed, wilhelmvs III . D . g . PRINC . 
ARAVS . ETC. AN . 1654. ; in the field, PVA. (in monogram) F. (Peter 
van Abeele fecit) ; around is a broad border of branches of laurel 
and orange entwined 

(2-55. Med. Ill i, p. 417, vo. 55), very fine [PL VII] 1 

186 William II and William III of Orange, 1654. Bust of William II 

of Orange, three-quarters, to right, hair long, in plain falling collar, 
armour, scarf across the breast, and Greorge of the Garter suspended 
to riband ; the field is decorated with tracery of orange branches ; 

WILHELMVS II . D . (t . PRINC . AVRAIC^ COM . NASS . E^ J behind, 

p. V. A. (Peter van Abeele) ; same as no. 16 
9) Bust of William III (as a child), three-quarters to right, &c. ; same 
as the last, and with same inscription on band 

(2 -55. Med. Ill I, p. 418, no. 56) [PL X] 1 

187 Subservience of France and Spain, 1655. Bust of Cromwell 

to left, laureate, in plain falling collar and armour ; OLIVAR . D G . 

R P . ANG . SCO . HIP.ERNL*; . PROTECTOR. 

ijl Britannia seated to left ; Cromwell kneeling with his head in her 
lap, the French and Spanish Ambassadors contending for the first 

salute ; RETIRE . TOY . l'HONNEVR . APPARTIET . AN . ROY , MON . 
MAISTER : in exergue, LOVIS . LE . GRAND. 

(1-85. Med. III. \, p. 420, no. 60), a rtry finely chased cast 1 

188 Cromwell and Masaniello, 1658. Bust of Cromwell, three- 

quarters to ri<rht, hair long, in plain falling collar and armour, 
between two soldiers supporting a laurel wreath over his head ; in 
the cartouche below, OLiVAR cromwel protector v . engel : 

SCIIOTL : YRLAN .1658 

\^ Bust of Masauit'llo, three-quaiters to right, hair short, waistcoat 
open at the neck, Ix'twceii two sailors supporting a crown over his 
head ; in the caitou'lie below, mas'anmello VISSCIIER EN CONINCK 
V. NAPKI.S 1647. 

(2-f<r). M<'d. III. I, //. 4:52, no. 78) 1 

189 Death of Cromwell, 1G5S. Bust of Cromwell to left laureate, hair 

short, niantlt' over .shouldtMS, oLiVAR D . G . RP . AN(; . SCO . HIB . 
Pl{(» . 
51 A young olive tree, sliepherd attending flock, in the distance trees 

aJld buildings. NoN DKI'I'IIKNT oLIVA . 

(1 •!.•). Mi'l. III. I, y,. };ji. no. 84), very fine, vith knurled edge 1 



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190 Death of Cromwell, 1658. Bust of Cromwell to left, laureate, 

hair long, in plain falling collar and armour ; OLIVAR . D . G . RP . 

ANG , SCO . HIBERNIiE , PROTECTOR. 

-^3 Device and legend ; similar to the preceding 

(1-9. Med. III. I, p. 435, no. 85), executed in Holland, very fine 1 

191 Prince William of Orange, on the Defeat of the English by Admiral 

van Galen, 1658. DEN . ORDEN . WILLEM . VORST VAN NASSOVEN, 

&c.) ; Bust three-quarters to right, in ruff and in armour 
5^ RIDDER . MARTEN HARPETSEN . TROMP . &c. ; a conference of the 
four Admirals named on the medal, all with tall hats, and seated 
round a table 

(3"25. Van Loon, 11, 3(i0), a finely embossed and chased medal, very 
rare [PL X] 1 

Bronze. 

192 Henry Ireton, 1650, by T. Simon. Bust of Ireton to left, hair long, 

no drapery, qvid . tibe . retribvam (?) and below truncation, T. S. 
1650 
55= A soldier climbing up a rock and setting fire to the roof of a cottage, 
in the distance landscape and battle, IVSTITIA . NECESSITAS . Q . IVBET 
(1-2 by M5. Med. Hist, xxiii, 5 ; Med. III. i, p. 387, no. 6), very 
fine and very rare [PI. VI] 1 



CHARLES II. 

1649—1685. 
Gold. 

193 Restoration, 1660, " Invidia Maior." Bust of Charles II to right, 

laureate, &c. 
$1 Pallas, or Britannia, seated to left, pierces Envy with her spear, and 
points to heaven ; INVIDIA . MAIOR . 

(1-4. Med. ni. I, p. 459, no. 52), very fine [PI. IX] 1 

194 Restoration, 1660, " Felicitas Britanniae." Bust of Charles II 

to right, hair long, flowing upon the shoulders, in scale armour, 
with lion's head on breast, straps on shoulder, and mantle fastened 
with brooch on the shoulder ; CAROLVS . secvndvs . d . g , MAG . brit . 

FRAN . ET . HIB . REX. 

51 Justice, laureate, bearing the scales, and leaning on the fasces, 
accompanied by Hercules, and Pallas, bearing ears of corn, presents 
the olive branch to Britannia, seated under a cliff near the sea- 
shore, and holding spear and shield ; above, an infant genius brings 



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Lot 194 — continued. 

a palm branch, and Fame proclaims the happiness of Britain, as 
expressed by the legend in the exergue, FELICITAS . BRITANNI^E . 
29 . MAI I . 1660. ; rays from heaven beam over all 

(3"3. Med. HI. I, p. 460, no. 53), very fine and unpublisJied in gold 
[PI. X] ' 1 

195 General Monk, 1660. Bust of Monk to right, hair long, curling, 

in plain falling collar, armour, and scarf across the breast; on 

truncation, <^ . 0. (Thomas Simon) 
W r 1 - iA Inscription, Georgivs Munke. Omnivm. copiarvm . in . Anglia . 

* ' ' Scotia . et . Hiueknia . Dvx . Svpremvs . et. Thalassiarcha 

^TE : 52 . 1660. 

(1"35. Med. III. I, p. 465, no. 63), exfremely fine and excessively 
rare [PI. V] 1 

From the Wliitohuad collection. 

196 Coronation, 1661 Bust of Charles II to right, crowned, hair long, 

in royal ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter ; CAROLVS . ii . 

D. G . ang . S('0 . FR . ET . HI . REX. ; on truncation, T. H. (Thomas 

Simon) 

P — '^ - Jt Charles II, to left, in royal robes, holding the sceptre, is seated on 

' a throne ; Peace hovering over him, places the crown upon his head 

EVERSO . MISSVS . SVCCVRRERE . SECLO . XXIII . APR . 1661 

(1-15. M'd. III. I, p. 472, no. 76) 1 

197 Coronation, 1661. Bust of Charles II to right, crowned, hair long, 

in royal ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter ; CAROLVS . II . 
D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET . HI . REX. ; on truncation, T. s. (Thomas 
Simon) 
^ Charles II, to left, in royal robes, holding the sceptre, is seated on 
a throne ; Peace hovering over him, places the crown upon his head ; 

EVERSO . MISSVS . SVCCVRRERE . SECLO . XXIII . APR . 1661 

(1-15. Mrd. III. I, p. 472, no. 76) 1 

198 Charles II and Catherine, 1662. "The Golden Medal." Bust 

of Charles 11 to ri^ht, laureate, hair long, Howing in front, in 
scale armour, with lions head on shoulder, and mantle tied in a 
knot on the shoulder ; CAROLVS . ii . DEI . G . MAG . BRI . FRAN . 

I - ET . HIB . RKX. 

/ 3= Bust of Catherine to right, hair gracefully and compactly arranged 

with a ])Iain tillct and strings of pearls, one loose ringlet at each 
side of the neck ; the gown is fastened with brooch on the shoulder, 
and a mantle thrown over it ; CATHARINA . D. G . MAG . BRI . FRAN . 
ET . HIBER . RKGINA. 

(1-7. Med. III. i,j>. 489, no. Ill) 1 



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199 Peace of Breda, 1667. Shield of the city of Leyden, crowned 

dividing the DATE M.DC.LXVII. ; above, the inscription, TRIBUUM 

PR^F . OB . OPERAM PR/ESTITAM. ; on a scroll, E . FOCO . REFOCILIATIO. 

$1 Ship sailing to right ; on flags, the letters A. s. ( Arend Smeltzing) ; 
below, FELiciTER . ; legend, asserto . per . vulcanum . neptuno . 
PAX ; m. m. star 

{N, 1-15. Med. III. I, p. 532, no. 181), very fine and very rare 1 
This medal was struck by order of the magistrates of Leyden, and a speci- 
men in gold was presented to each of the Overseers, who were appointed to 
supply lists of the hearths of that city for the purpose of levying the hearth-tax 
for the support of the Xavy. 

200 Peace of Breda and Alliance of England and Holland, 1667. 

An English and a Dutch ship sailing amicably alongside each other, 
an olive wreath decorates the main-topmast of each 

51 A festoon of fruit and flowers encircled by a wreath of olive, whence ^ '^"^ 

are suspended the shields of Great Britain and Holland below 
branches of palm and laurel, and a band inscribed britan . batav : 
PAX . 1667 . CA. 

(1"75. Med. III. I, p. 534, no. 184), very fine, and uiipublished in 
this metal 1 

201 Peace of Breda, 1667. "Favente Deo." Bust of Charles II to 

right, laureate, hair long, and no drapery ; CAROLVS SECVNDVS DEI 

GRATIA MAG . BRI . FRAN ET . HIB . REX. 

5c Britannia, seated to right, at foot of rock, contemplates her navies 1 

sailing on the ocean, &c., favente . DEO ; in exergue BRITANNIA . ; r^ l^ 

edge inscribed carolvs . secvndvs . PACis . ET . imperii restitvtor 
AVGVSTUS -1- , and two roses before CAROLVS and mullets in legend 

(2 -2. Med. III. I, p. 535, no. 186), the rarer variety of this interest- 
ing medal 1 

202 Charles XI of Sweden, Knight of the Garter, 1669. The Garter 

twisted, inscribed, formed into a circle with the medal of the George ^ 

suspended from the buckle, passed through the crowns of England 

and Sweden, and ten pairs of interlinked C's CONCORDIA . regum • - /^ i *^ , 

1669 

^ St. George on horseback to left spearing the dragon 

(1*65. Med. III. I, p. 544, no. 19S), very fine, and probably unique 

in gold 1 

From the Montagu collection. 

203 British Colonization, 1670. Busts conjoined of Charles II and 

Catherine, the hair long, neck bare, in ornamented armour, she is 
in slight drapery ; carolvs . ET CATHARINA . rex . ET . regina . ^ 

^ Globe whereon appears some portion of all the four quarters, '^^ « | "" 

DIFFVSVS. IN . ORBE . BRITAN VS 1670. 

(r6. Med. III. I, p. 546, no. 203), fine, and scarce in this metal 1 



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204 The Elector of Saxony, Knight of the Garter, 1671. St. George 
aiitl the Dragon to right, the knight and his horse armed caparisoned 
as for a tournament ; en . HON N EUR DU . souverain . DU tres. 

I ts^ _ NOBLE . ORDRE DE LA. lARTlERE. 

ii DU . THE HAUT TRfe PUISSANT ET TRES EXCELLENT PRINCE CHARLES II 
PAR LA GRACE DE DIEU ROY 1)E LA GRANDE BRETAG FRAN . ET 

IHLANDE DEFEN.SEUR DE LA FOY M.D.C.LXXI. in nine lines within a 
wreath of olive 

(1-9. Med. III. I, p. 548, no. 205), very fine and venj rare, unpub- 
lisluid in gold 1 

205 The Elector of Saxony, Knight of the Garter, 1678. Similar to 
last except the date, which is M.D.C.LXXVIII 

(r9. Med. III. I, p. h~i'2, no. 242), extremely fine and rare, unpub- 
" Iv'Iml in gold [PI. XII] 1 

206 Charles II, 16.s;5(?; " Royal Medal," by Roeitier. Bust of Charles II 
to right, hair long, and falling over shoulder, in armour and mantle ; 
CAROL . II . i>. G. ANt;L . SCOT. FRAN ET . HIB . REX, ; on truncation, R . 

^ Royal arms within the Garter, supporters, crowned helmet with 
— , lambrequins and crest ; in exergue DIEV . ET . MON DROIT . 

(2-1. Med. 111. 1, p 595, no. 277), very fine, and unpublished in 
this met id 1 

Silver. 

207 Badges of Charles II. Bust of Charles II, three-quarter face to 
right, hair long, in plain falling collar, rich armour, with lion's 
heads on shoulders, and medal suspended to riband ; legend incuse, 
CAFtoLUS sEClNDis ; l;l Square royal shield, crowned within the 
Garter (•85 //// -75), cast and chased, with ring {Med. III. i, p. 437, 
/('/. 1). Bust of" Charles II, three-quarters to right, ifec, similar to 
the preceding ; l;l Two angels supporting a crown (Med. III. i, p. 438, 
no. 5). Another, with crowned bust of king; ^i same as last 4 

208 Badges of Charles II. Bust to right, crowned, long flowing hair, 
in plain falling colhir, and mantle tied in a knot over the shoulder ; 
legend ineuse, CAlloLus SECUNDUS ; ^ Oval royal shield within the 
(iarter ; above, crown between C. R. Bust to right, not crowned, 
hair long, in plain falling collar and mantle tied in a knot on the 
shoulder ; legend incuse, CAUOLVS SECVNUVS ; l;l Oval royal shield 
within tlu! (Matter ; above, crown between c R. ; same as no. 9 
(1 //// '75. Mcil. III. I, y*. 441, no. 11). One, similar to preceding, 
but without legend, border or reverse ; and another. Bust to right, 
not crowned, iVc. ; .•-anie us no. 11; no legend ; ^ Phoenix to left, 
rising from flumes ; uliove, I'uys of light (-S //// "7. Med. III. i, p. 443, 
no. 1.')). Bust to right, not crowned, vVc. ; similar to no. 11, but 



49 

Lot 208 — continued. 

between C and R, crowned ; 9= Phoenix to left, rising from flames, 
&c. ; same as the preceding (750 by 6*50. Med. III. I, p. 443, no. 16). 
Bust to right, crowned, long flowing hair, in broad falling plain 
collar, armour, and riband for medal ; oramented border ; $1 Cir- 
cular armorial shield within the Garter ; above, crown between C R. 
(1-25 hy Mn. Med. III. I, p. 444, no. 19 [2]) ; and another, similar, 
but with square shield on rev. 8 

209 Badges of Charles II. With bust as before in thin ornamented 

border, and same type on both sides, probably unique. Another, 
similar to preceding, but obv. plain ; and a small Badge, Crowned 
head of king between C . R. Bust to left, crowned, hair long, in 
falling lace collar, armour, and medal suspended to riband, between 
C R. ; floral border ; ^ same as obv. (I'l by 1. Med. III. i, p. 446, 
no. 23). Another, similar to last, but with C i R . crowned, behind 
head ; no reverse, unpublished. Bust front face, crowned, long wavy 
hair, in falling lace collar ; border of oval detached beads ; no 
reverse ('65. Med. III. i, p. 448, no. 28). Bust facing, crowned, 
long wavy hair, in lace cravat or falling collar and royal robes, 
between c R. ; beaded border ; no reverse (55. Med. III. I, p. 448, 
no. 29) ; and two others, of very thin fabric 9 

210 Charles I and Charles II, 1660. Bust of Charles I, three- 

quarters to right, hair long, in broad falling lace collar, doublet 
buttoned, and riband to suspend medal ; CAROLVS . D. I. 
5^ Bust of Charles II, almost full face, hair long, in plain falling collar, K V/ «% / 

doublet buttoned, and broad riband with medal ; CAROLVS . D . ii. ; v/^ t — "^ '^ \^ 
field on both sides decorated with tracery of flowers 

(•8. Med. III. I, p. 449, no. 33) [PL X] 1 

211 Restoration, 1660. Bust of Charles II to right, &c. ; ^ Three 

crowns on the branches of a leafless oak ; above, the sun bursting 
from clouds; TANDEM REVIRESCET. (I'S. Med. III. vol. I, p. 453, 
no. 38). Bust of Charles II to right, &c. ; bare head, C . R . at sides ; 
9: Three crowns on the branches of a leafless oak, &c. ; same type 
and legend as previous, but incuse (1'4 by ri5, Med. III. i, p. 454, 
no. 40), cast and chased, with ring ; the reverse is in imitation of en- 
graving. Bust of Charles II to right, &c. ; similar to no. 37, with 
the addition of a crown upon his head ; legend incuse, CAKOLUS 
SECUNDUS. ; 9^ Three crowns on the branches of a leafless oak, &c. 
(1*4 by 1"15). Bust of Charles II to right, crowned, &e. ; similar 
to the preceding ; legend incuse, CAROLVS SECVXDVS. ; ^ Three 
crowns on the branches of a leafless oak, &c. ; same type and legend 
as no. 38, but incuse ('85 by -75. Med. III. i, p. 454, no. 41) 4 

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212 Restoration, 1660. Bust of Charles II to right, not crowned; 

legend incuse, CAROLVS . SECVNDVS . REX. ; ^ Dove with olive 
branch on the top of a mount (Ararat) within a border of leaves 
(Med. III. I. p. 454, 110. 42), cast and chased, and with ring. Double 
cypher of C. R. for CAROLUS rex. ; Ijl Crown and rising sun ; orna- 
mental border on both sides (M. Med. Hist, xxvi, 4 ; Med. III. i, 
p. 45, no. 49) 3 

213 Embarkation at Scheveningen, 1660. Bust of Charles II, al- 

most full face, hair long, in large neckcloth with bow, armour, and 
medal suspended from string of jewels ; CAROLUS . II . D : G . MAGN^ . 

BRIT . FRA . ET. HIB . REX. 

5^ Fleet under sail ; above. Fame with a trumpet and scroll inscribed 
SOLI DEI GLORIA. ; below a shell inscribed S. M. is liit Hollant van 
Scheveling afgevaren naer fyn Conincryken A° i66o Juni z. ; IN NO- 
MINE MEG EXALTABITUK CORNU EIUS. PSAL. 89 [v. 25], m. m. 
quatrefoil ; on edge, PVA. (in monogram) F 

(2-75. Med. III. i, p. 455, 710. 44). 1 

214 Embarkation at Scheveningen, Bust of Charles II, almost full 

face, hair long, in plain falling collar, doublet buttoned, and broad 
riband with medal ; the field is decorated with tracery of flowers ; 
CAROLUS D . II as lot 210 
p. Fleet under sail, &c. ; and inscription on shell and legend same as 
preceding 

(2-7.-)) 1 

215 Landing at Dover, 1G60. Bust of Charles II to right, hair long, 

witli drapery round the shoulders, large cravat bow, and George of 
the Garter .suspt^nded to riband ; all witliin branches of laurel ; 
upper legend, DEUM . I'ROVIDENTIA . ATQ . MISERICORDIA . VIVO . ; 
_ / lower legend, anno . RESERAT.-E . SALUTIS . 1660 . DIE . 29 . MAII . ; 

outer legend, CAIIOLUS . II . D . G . MAGN : BRITANN : FRANC : ET . 
hii;f.i:n : i;kx : tn. in. rose slipped ; below, monogram, y^. (John 
Koellier) 
Ijl A ship approaching the coast, where three warriors, i.e. England, 
Scotland and Ireland, holding sceptre, sword and three crowns, 
wait its an-ival : over the ship is a star, indicative of the king, who 
is on board ; an<l the Hag is inscribed irso FAVENTE COELO ; in the 
sea. a young oak growing from the stump of an old one ; at a 
distance. l)(jver C-asth; with its Hag inscribed PR.EDESTINATO. ; over 
tlie wiiole beams the Eye of Providence; si DEUS EST GUSTOS QUIS 

MEIS IlOSriS KlilT. 

(2-25. M>'d. III. I, p. 457, no. 48), very fine [PI. IX] 1 



51 

216 Restoration, 1660, Gigantomachia. Bust of Charles II to left 

hair long, in lace cravat, robes, collar and George of the Garter ; 

CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. Q 

9) Jupiter, seated, upon his eagle, launches his thunder against the ^- ' — . ^ 
prostrate giants ; below, G. Bower . F. ; a rich raised border pro- ' < 

tects and ornaments the medal on both sides 

(2-5. Tlfed ///. I, ^. 458, wo. 50) [PI. XJ 1 

217 Restoration, 1660, "Invidia IVIaior." Bust of Charles II to 

right, laureate, &c. 
1^ Pallas, or Britannia, seated to left, pierces Envy with her spear, 
and points to heaven ; INVIDIA . MAIOR. (Superior to Envy) 

(1-4. ITe^. ///. I, ^. 459, 710. 52) 1 

218 Restoration, 1660, "Felicitas Britannise." Bust of Charles II to 

right, hair long, flowing upon the shoulders, in scale armour, with 
lion's head on breast, straps on shoulder, and mantle fastened with 
brooch on the shoulder ; CAROLVS . SECVNDVS . D . G . MAG . brit . 

FRAN . ET . HIB . REX. C 

^ Justice, laureate, bearing the scales, and leaning on the fasces, |-s r\ 

accompanied by Hercules, and Pallas, bearing ears of corn, presentsf'>\ ^ ■ 

the olive branch to Britannia, seated under a cliff near the sea- 
shore, and holding spear and shield ; above, an infant genius brings 
a palm branch, and Fame proclaims the happiness of Britain, as 
expressed by the legend in the exergue, FELICITAS . britanni/E . 
29 . MAII . 1660. ; rays from heaven beam over all 

(3-3. Med. III. I, p. 460, no. 53) 1 

219 Restoration, 1680, " Britannise." Bust of Charles II to right, 

hair short, neck bare, in figured armour, and mantle over the 
shoulders ; AVGVSTISS . CAROLO . SECVNDO .P.P.; below, mono- 
gram, ^ (John Roettier) 
9: Hercules, Minerva, Peace and Mercury (with features of the king) 

assembled round an altar, behind which stands Prudence leaning , 

on a shield, bearing figure of Britannia ; Plenty reposes in the fore- 
ground ; rays beam from heaven ; NVLLVM . nvmen . ABEST. ; in 
exergue, BRITANNIA. 

(2-45. Med. El. i, p. 460, no. 54) 1 

220 Restoration, 1660, Moses. Moses approaching the people of 

Israel while brickmaking under the blows of the Egyptian task- 
masters, CVM . DVPLICATVR . ONVS . REDIT . MOYSES. ; 9= Inscrip- 
tion, within a wreath of oak, IN . ^eter : MEMOR : Caroli . ii . MA : 

BR : FRANC : ET . HIBERN : CLEMENTISSIMI REGIS : RED^ . 29 . MAII : 

1660. (1-2. Med. III. I, p. 462, no. 56). Another (as Med. III. 
p. 462, no. 57) 2 

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52 

221 General Monk, 1660. Bust of Monk to right, hair long, curling, 
n ill plain falling collar, armour, and scarf across the breast; on 
K truncation, 3 .^. 

>i I (? -^ L ' ^ Inscription, GeORGIVS MONKE . OmNIVM . COPIARVM . IN . Anglia . 

Scotia . et . Hibernia . Dvx . Svpremvs . et . Thalassiarcha 
.ETE : 5 2 . 1 66o. 

(1-35. Med. III. I, p. 465, no. 63) 1 

222 General Monk, 1660. Bust of Monk to left, hair long, in plain 

falling collar, armour, and mantle fastened with brooch on the 
shoulder ; legend incuse, GEORGE DVKE OF ALBEMARLE 
51 Armorial shield of Monk, enclosed within the Garter, and sur- 

yT — ^ (J mounted by the ducal coronet, border on both sides, composed of 

laurel leaves within two corded circles 

(r45 by 1-2, gilt. Med. III. i, p. 466, no. 65), rare 1 

223 General Monk, 1660. Bust of Monk to right, hair long, in falling 

lace collar, legend incuse, GEORGE DVKE OF ALBEMARLE ; 1^ Incuse, 
square shield of Monk, surmounted by ducal coronet ; border on 
both sides composed of roses and thistles (I'l by -95. Med. III. i, 
jj. 467, no. 66), cast, chased, and with a how-like loop. Another 
similar, but 1^ has arms engraved 2 

224 Solicitor General Cooke, executed 1660, by T. Simon. Bust of 

Cooke to left, hair long, wearin.i;; plain falling collar and doublet, 
with double row of billions, headed border and loop, no rev. 

(Med. I, p. 469, no. 70.) [PI. V] 1 

225 Charles II and William III, Prince of Orange, 1661. Bust of 

Churles II, almost full face, hair long, in plain falling collar, doublet 
l)Uttone(l, and broad riband with medal, the field is decorated with 
tracery of flowers, CAROLVS. D. II. 
U ^^'illiam III of Orange on horseback, to right. &c. WILHELMVS. Ill 
I) G. PKINC AXUM COM. NASS E'^. 

(2-7. Med. III. Lp. 471, no. 74) [PI. VIII] 1 

226 Coronation, KiGl, by Simon. Bust of Charles II to right, crowned, 

hair long, in royal ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter ; 
(AltOIAS . II . I) . (; . ANG . SCO . FIl . ET . Ill . REX. Oil trun- 
cation, T. S. 
U Charles II, to left, in royal robes, holding the sceptre, is seated on 
a throne ; I'euce hovering over him, places the crown upon his head 
i:vi:i;so . .missxs . s\-ccvi;itKKi-: . skclo . xxiii . apr . 1661 

(1-15. M'd. lU. \,p. 4 72, no. 76) 3 



227 Coronation, 1661, "Dixi Custodiam." Bust of Charles II to 

left, crowned, hair long, flowing over the shoulders, in lace cravat, 
ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter, CAROLVS . II . D : G : 
MAG : BRI : FRA : ET . HI : REX . CORONATVS. ; Jl Charles II as a 
shepherd, crook in hand, mantle floating behind him; three flocks 
of sheep feeding round him ; DIXI . CVSTODIAM . xxili , APRIL . 
i66i ; edge CORONATO . PASTORE . OLAT . OVILE. stops, stars (1-3. 
Med. III. I, p. 473, no. 78) 
Coronation Memorial, 1661. Two C's interlinked, crown above; 
^ a rose, floral border on both sides 

(•55 Med: III. I, p. 477, no. 85) 2 

228 Coronation, 1661. "lam Florescit." Bust of Charles II to left, 

laureate, hair long, flowing over the shoulders, in falling lace collar, 
ermine robes, collar and George of the Garter, CAROLVS . II . D . G . 

MAG . BRIT . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . FI . DE 

51 Oak-tree in full leaf, three crowns among the branches ; above, the 
meridian sun; lAM . FLORESCIT., exergue 23 . APR . 1661 

{M 1-7. Med. El. i, p. 475, no. 83) [PI. VI] 1 

This medal is beautifully cast bj- Thomas Simon, Vertue says, it " was 
designed and made for a badge or cognizance to be worn by the new intended 
order of Knights of the Royal Oak." 

229 Lady Lane (Dorcas Brabazon), 1602, by T. Simon. Bust of Lady 

Lane to right, hair in plaited knot at back of head and two ringlets 

at side, she wears pearl necklace and pearl drop earring, low-necked ]_^ 

gown with border of lace or embroidery ^ - ^ — I ^ — ^ - 

$1 Incuse DORCAS BRABAZON GEORGII LANE . EQ : AV . DILECT CONIVX. 
MDCLXII 

{Med. III. I. p. 480, no. 89), very fine and very rare [PL V] 1 

230 Marriage, 1662. Busts of Charles II and Catherine face to face. 

He, laureate, hair long, flowing behind, is in armour with lion's head 

on shoulder, and mantle ; she, with her hair collected behind within 

a coronet, a narrow wreath twisted round the head, detached ringlets 

falling down the neck, wears a slight mantle over the gown, which * - 

has sleeves fastened with jewels ; within two circles, CAROLVS . ii . j. "^ | »J " 

ET . CATHARIXA . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . ET . 

REGINA. Under busts, G. B. (George Bower), m. ra. rose 
9; Fame, facing, blowing her trumpet and bearing an olive branch ; 

QVANTVM . SAT . ERIT . HIS . DICERE . DIGNVM . AND 1 662, G. B. 

(George Bower), stops, roses 

(2-1. Med. III. i,p>. 480, no. 90), very fine 2 

231 Marriage, 1662. " Maiestas et Amor." Busts conjoined to 

right, of Charles II and Catherine, from the same die as the 
preceding ; ^ Jupiter, beard very long, mantle concealing all the 



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Lot 231 — con tin ued. 

lower limbs, his left hand holding the fulmen and resting on the 
eagle's head, is seated to left, among clouds, opposite to Venus, who 
is looking towards him, Cupid behind her ; maiestas et amor 
(/II, 1-05. Med. m. I, p. 481, no. 92) 
Marriage, Portrait Medal. Bust of Charles II to right, laureate, 
hair long, flowing behind, in scale armour, with lion's head on 
shoulder, and mantle looped on the shoulder ; CAROLVS . ii . D. g . 
MAG . BRITT . FRAN . ET . HiB . REX. ; below G. B. (George Bower) ; 
51 Bust of Catherine to right, hair wreathed behind and collected 
into a small coronet, detached ringlets descend upon the neck ; she 
wears ear-ring, pearl necklace, and mantle over the shoulders, with 
brooch in front ; catharina . d . g . mag . brit . FRAN . et . hib . 

REG . edge, SIC . SINE . FINE . DVOS . AMBIAT . VNVS . AMOR . 

(2-1. Med. III. I, p. 4:82, no. 23), very fine 2 

232 Another, with same obverse and reverse, but with edge inscribed 

HINC PROGENIEM VIRTVTE FVTVRAM 
EGREGIAM ET TOTVM QV/E VIUIBVS OCCVPET ORBEM. 1 

233 Two others, both with inscribed edges and reading ORBUM (one gilt) 2 

234 Marriage Badges or Memorials, 1662. Bust of Charles II to 

left, crowned, hair long, in lace cravat, ermine robes, and collar of 
the Garter; at the sides, c and R, both crowned, below, PACE . 

TRIVMPHANS . 

yi Bust of Catherine to left, hair decorated with small coronet, and 
falling in a heavy mass behind, lace border to the gown ; in front, 
a crown, above, FVTVRI . SPES . ; one with two floral borders the 
outer one broad, the other without borders 

(1-2 hi/ 105. Med. III. i, p. 483, no. 96); and three heart- 
.sliaped lockets, two with busts of the king and queen, and the third 
with figure of Cupid shooting in relief, around " NOE HEART MORE 

TRUE THAN MINE TO YOU." 5 

235 Marriage Badges, 1662. Bust of Charles II to right, crowned, long 

flowing hair, in plani falling collar and mantle tied in a knot on the 
shoulder ; legend incuse, CAROLVS SECVNDVS ; ^i Bust of Catherine 
to left, with coronet, &c. 

(•85 b>/ -75. M^'>J. III. I, p. 486, no. 103). Another, Bust of Cathe- 
rine to left, hair turned back from the front, wreathed and collected 
into a coronet towards the hack of the head, large mass of ringlets 
behind, drapery over the shoulders; legend incuse, INFANTA DONA 
CATIIKRINA. ; \Ji. incuse. Two orange trees with their stems inter- 
twiuetl, ca.sl, with ring, the head is in high relief, the rest incuse 
(1 l)y -S.'). J/"/. ///. I, yy. 486, no. 104). 
Charles II and Catherine, 1662. Bust of Charles II to right, 



Lot 235 — continued. 

laureate, hair long, flowing behind, no drapery, CAROLVS . ii . d . g . 
MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX. ; $L Bust of Catherine to right, 
hair confined by a fillet, tied into a bow in front and behind, with 
one detached ringlet, mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder ; 

GATHER . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REGINA . 

(1-4. Med. III. I, p. 488, no. 109), very fine 3 

236 Charles II and Catherine, 1662. A variety of the above medal 

distinguished by the monogram ^ (John Roettier), under the 
King's bust, and by the Queen having two ringlets behind the neck, 
struck upon a much thicker blank of silver (1-4. Med. III. I, p. 489, 
no. 110) 
Charles II and Catherine, 1662. " The Golden Medal." 
Bust of Charles II to right, laureate, hair long, flowing in front, in 
scale armour, with lion's head on shoulder, and mantle tied in a 
knot on the shoulder ; CAROLVS . ii . DEI . G . MAG . BRI . FRAN . 
ET . HIB . REX. ; 5^ Bust of Catherine to right, hair gracefully and 
compactly arranged with a plain fillet and strings of pearls, one 
loose ringlet at each side of the neck ; the gown is fastened with 
brooch on the shoulder, and a mantle thrown over it ; catharina . 

D . G . mag . BRI . FRAN . ET . HIRER . REGINA. (l*?. Med. III. I, p. 489, 

no. Ill) 2 

237 St. Catherine, 1662. O as the reverse of the last; ^ St. Catherine 

resting on a sword holds up a palm branch, the broken wheel lies 
at her feet; pietate. insignis. (Med. III. i, p. 490, no. 113.) 
Nuremberg Counter, 1662. Bust of Charles II to right, laureate, 
hair long, in mantle ; CAROLVS . ii . D . G . ilAG . BR . fra . ET . HIB . 
REX. ; 5^ Royal arms, in square shield, &c., covnters . CONR . 
LAVFFERS . RECH . PFENING . ; the portrait is copied from the early 
shillings of Charles II (1 -15. Med. III. i, p. 494, no. 121), rare in silver 2 

238 Commercial Treaties between Holland, France and Eng- 

land, 1662. Mars prostrate beneath the feet of Peace, who holds 
an olive branch and cornucopia, and stands amidst military trophies, 
and has before her the crowned shields of Holland, France, and 
Englanil ; DEVS NOBIS H.EC OTIA FECIT. ; m. ni. rose : Ii Inscription 
incuse, 

De Free met een oiyvenbant 

Verbint het vrye Nederlant 

Aen groot Britanje ent Franscheryck 

Zoo bloeyt de Staet der Fromenwyck 

MDCLXII. 

(2-05. Med. Ill \, p. 496, no. 125), very fine 
Naval Reward, 1665. Bust of Charles II to right, laureate, hair 



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Lot 238 — contimied. 

short, mantle round the shoulders ; carolvs . SECVNDVS . d . g . 
MAG . BKi . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX. m. m. mullet ; 9) Charles II, 
habited as a Roman general, standing on the sea-shore under a rock, 
viewing a naval engagement ; the two nearest ships sailing before 
the wind; in exergue, PRO . talibvs . avsis. (2-45. Med. III. i,p. 503, 
Hc. 139), struck as an honorary reward, a fine medal by John Roettier 2 

239 Earl of Southampton, 1664. Bust of the Earl of Southampton 

to left, hair long, descending in detached curls, in falling lace collar, 
cloak, and riband to suspend medal ; cap on the head ; on trunca- 
tion, Tho : Simon. 

9) THOMAS . COMES SOVTHAMPTONI^. SVMMVS . ANGLIC THESAVRARIVS 
&C. MDCLXIIir 

(1*65. Med. III. I, p. 502, no. 137), gilt, cast from a model by 
Abraham Simon, and chased by Thomas Simon [PI. V] 1 

240 Earl of Southampton, as the last, hut not gilt I 

241 Duke of York, Naval Action off Lowestoft, 1660. Bust of the 

Duke of York to right, hair long, flowing over the right breast, iu 
armour and ample mantle round the shoulders ; lACOBVS . DVX . 

EBOK . ET . ALBAN . DOM . MAGN . ADMIRALLVS . ANGLI.E . &C. ; 

below, 'J^rfti. wT. 
$1 Naval engagement, one ship in front, bearing the Admiral's flag 
and the Royal standard ; NEC MINOR IN TERRIS. ; in exergue, 
3 . ivxii. 1665 

(3. Mc'd. III. I, p. 504, no. 142), very fine 1 

242 Dominion of the Sea, 1665. Bust of Charles II to left, laureate, 

hair long, in richly figured armour, which is ornamented with a 
lion's head, and mantle over the shoulders ; CAROLVS . II . D ; G ; M ; 
BR ; lit ; KT . K ; KKX. ; on truncation, T. R. (Thomas Rawlins) ; 
IJi An Engli.sli .shij) in full sail to right, the flag inscribed C. R. ; leg. 
N()S. PEXKs. IMI'KKIVM., floral border On both sides (cast), (1-6 by 15. 
Med. III. I, p. 506, HO. 144). Bust of Charles II to right, laureate, hair 
long, flowing Ix-hind Liic neck and on his left shoulder, neck bare, in 
mantle; CAiioi.vs . ii . D . g . M . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REX. ; below, 
Simon. (Tliomas Sinioii) ; U Charles II, in royal robes, crowned, and 
bearing a trident, is drawn over the sea in a naval car by four sea- 
horses ; fli-et in the distance; ET . PONTVS . SERVIET . 1665. (Tl. 
ran Lnon, II, 507 ; M^d. III. i, p. 506, no. 145). Tliis small but 

bnUlliflll iD'dol ;>• snj,ir,>,'il fn h,' flic hid of Thoiil'is SuHOn's WOrk. Its 

ddfe .<hoi':-i tlidt if inis intended to commemorate the empire of the sea 
obtained hy Etn/loid fit rough the vicfwy of 3 June, 1655. Very fine 2 



57 

243 Action at Bergen, 1665. Naval action within the harbour of 

Bergen ; beyond, the city ; on this side, houses protected inland by 
palisades, and people witnessing the fight ; below, G. POOL. ^ 
Inscription, 0/> de roof zugt van Caret de tweede vorgevallen den 
lo Augusti 1665 voor bergen in 'Noorweegen. 

Dus wort Brittanjes Trotr. gestuijt, 

die %elfs bij Vriendt vaert op vrijbuijt ; 
en tergt de Noortfche Wallen. 

Hi; schaekt Vorft Fredericks haven recht 

dog krijgt Sijn loon, door boeg en plecht 
van Neerlandts donderballen. 
underneath, branches of laurel. (2*15. ilfed^. ///, I, ^. 508, wo. 140) 
Naval action within the harbour of Bergen, &c. ; same as the pre- 
ceding; $1 Inscription within a border of oak leaves. Anno 1665 den 
10 AuguJ'ti genaakte d''Engehche Graafva Zandwigh met 15 Oorloghs-^chepc, 
4 kitzen, 2 branders, tot voor de have van Bergen in 'Noorweegen, alwaar de 
10 Ooft-lndifcheschepen waren ingelopen, waarop hy den Commandant van de 
Deens Kroon niet konnende omzetten, xigh met de genoemde Stuarts Vkot in een 
halve-mae gingh zetten en de Nederlantsche met huyi, en hair meenden in te 
slicken ; zuaar op de van die Kafteelen als haer Sckepen vuur gaven, end'Enge 
hair Anckers happen, en met schade vlught namen. (2*1. Med. III. I, 
p. 509, no. 150) [PI. IX] 2 

244 Alliance of France and Holland, 1666. Bust of Louis XIV, hair 

very long falling in front of breast, armour, &c. ; LVDOVICVS. 

MACHVS. REX. CHRISTIANISS. 

51 France as Minerva extends her shield over Holland who places her 
hand upon an altar as relying upon the compact ; BATAVIS . terra . 

MARIQVE . DEFENSIS ; in exergue, RELIGIO FOEDERVM . M . DC . LXVI . 

(2-85), venj fine 1 

345 Proposed Commercial Treaty with Spain, 1666. Bust of 
Charles II to right, laureate, hair long, fringed mantle round the 

shoulders ; CAROLVS . SECVNDVS . DEI . GRATIA . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . 

ET . HIRER . REX. ; m. m. mullet 
5c Statue of Charles II, habited as a Roman general, standing upon a 
pedestal near the sea crowded with shipping; redeant . commercia . 
FLANDRis. ; in exergue, 1666 

(2-2. Med. III. I, 2). 516, no. 161) 1 

246 Naval Action with the Dutch, 1666. Naval engagement ; on a 
piece of wreckage the artist's name, G. pool . feict . i . a . DAM. ; 
51 The shields of the Seven United Provinces, suspended over the 
inscription, 



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Lot 246 — continued. 

De Godt der goden -zet 

Den oceaen de wet. 
Ah hooft der amiraelen 
Hy J'terkt der- Staeien helt. 
Die boett het Britfsch gezcelt. 
If'ie kan Godts maght bepaelen. I . V . V. 
VICTORIA ORD . CONFCED . BELG . SVB AVSP . ARCHIT . MI . RUITER . 

1666 , 1 . ivNi. (2-25. Van Loon, 11, 524 ; Med. HI. i), rare [PI. IX] 
Naval Action with tlie Dutch, 1666. A general in Roman cos- 
tume caresses a fawning lion, and holds a sceptre, to which is 
attached the shield of Amsterdam, and a laurel wreath ; Amsterdam 

in the distance, 

Manhaftiche'^t befchermt het lant 
en leyt de bhetsucht aen den bant. 
^ Inscription, 

Toen Munster zveek en Careh k'lelen vloon, 

Het Vander IVey . dees Jtlvre ftemple fmede. 
Manhafttgheyt verd'ient een lauwer Croon, 

Hy temt de leezv ontbloot van regt, en i-ede 
der Burgren moet bevryt de vrye ftaat 
-ivie moet ontbreeckt zvas nimmer goet foldaat. 
1666. 
Edge plain (1-8. Van Loon, ii, 524; Med. III. i, p. 520, no. 166) 
[PI. XII] 2 

247 Michael de Ruyter, Naval Action, 1666. Bust of De Ruyter, 

three-quarters, to right, in plain falling collar, doublet, and badge 

of the Order of the Elephant suspended to a riband ; above, a 

t: V-f Triton and a Xereid holding a naval crown over his head, trophies 

"^ / ^ ^^ arms behind him ; underneath, a band incusely inscribed, 

M . A . D . KUYTP:R LUYT ADMIRAAL . GEN 

\}a Naval Engagement ; in front stern of a sinking ship, legend incuse 

HIEll . STRYCKT . UET . BRITSCH . GEWELT . VOOR . NEDERLANT, &C. 

(3-1. Med. III. I, p. 522, no. 168) 1 

248 Cornelius Tromp, Naval Action, 1666. Bust of Tromp, three- 
quarters, to right, in lace cravat, doublet, and broad scarf across 
the body ; above, two Tritons, holding laurel wreath over his head, 
trophies of arms Ix'hind his shoulders; on a band beneath, incusely 
inscribL'<', coknklis tkomp LUYT . ADMIRAAL . V . HOLL. Legend 
incuse, 

Suo IIHELDT >[EN TltuMl' HIER AF . DES AMSTELS ADMIRAAL. 
HV SlKECKl' DE /KF, LN i;RA\DT, (JELYCK EEN BLIXEMSTRAAL. 

A°. 1666. 
^ Naval eiiga^'omciit and legend : same as last 

(3-15. M.'d. in. I, p. .J24, no. 172), rare [PL XI] 1 



I 



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249 Michael de Ruyter, Naval Action, 1666. Bust of de Ruyter, 

almost full face, in plain armour, small ruff round neck, and the 
Collar and Order of St. Michael ; M. A.D. RUITER . lIadm , V . HOLL . E*^ '^ 
^ as the two preceding, unpublished and extremely fine and rare 
[PI. XI] 1 

250 Michael de Ruyter, Naval Action, 1666. Bust of de Ruyter, 

three-quarters, to right, head facing, hair long, in cravat, armour, 
mantle tied in a knot on the right shoulder, collar and badge of the 
Order of St. Michael ; MICHAEL de rviter provinciarum confoe- 
DERAT : BELGic : archithalassvs dvx et eqves. ; on truncation, 

C . AD . F . 

$1 Naval engagement ; in the foreground, ship on fire ; in exergue, 

PVGNANDO. 

(2-75. iMed. III. i, p. 522, no. 169), very fine 1 

Van Loon, ii, 76, has placed this medal under the year 1676, as if relating to 
de Euyter's death in the naval engagement ofE Syracuse. The reverse refers, 
however, to the war with England, and occurs on other medals of this time. 

251 Cornelius Evertsen, Naval Action, 1666. Bust of Evertsen, 

three-quarters, to right, in lace cravat, doublet, and broad scarf 
across the body ; above, two Tritons holding laurel wreath over his 
head ; trophies of arms behind his shoulders ; on a band beneath, 
incusely inscribed, CORN . evertsen . ADMIRAAL . zbeI. Legend^ 
incuse, 
heer everts, met triomf, op 't bed van eer gesneeft. 

ALDUS IN 'T silver DOOR DE KUNST VAN MULLER LEEFT. 

A°. 1 666 . 14 Junii. 
^ Naval engagement and legend, as Med. III. I, p. 521, no. 167. 

(3-05. Med. III. i, ^.523, no. 171). 1 

252 Michael de Ruyter, Ships burnt in the Medway, 1667. Bust 

of de Ruyter in plain armour and cravat ; legend (incuse) M. D. D. 
RVYTER. R. L* ADMIR AAL GEN. V HOL . EC. ; beneath the bust in 
script characters, (o JvcittcvilV .tun .a. 1667; no reverse 

(2 "2), unpublished 1 

253 Peace of Breda, 1667. Holland, facing, holding a sceptre, termina- 

ting in an open eye, and a spear with her arrows attached, tramples 
upon Discord ; at her feet repose a lion and a lamb ; in the distance 
are seen ships in flames, and view of Breda ; MITIS ET FORTis, ; in 
exergue, procul. hinc . mala . bestia . regnis (!) iun 122. 1667 c.a. 
l;t Peace, facing, holding a sheathed sword with olive wreath on the 
point, a cornucopia, and a caduceus, tramples upon arms : a hand 
from heaven sustains a garland of fruit and flowers, and the united 
shields of Great Britain and Holland ; merchant vessels fill the 



f ^i." i; 



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Lot 253 — ronfinued. 

background, and across the field is a band inscribed, IRATO BELLUM 

PLACATO NUMINE PAX EST. ; in exergue, REDIIT . CONCORDIA . MATER . 

BRED.E . lUL . 31 . k°. 1667 ; shield of Breda; edge, NUMISMa . 

POSTERITATI . SACRUM . BELC4A . BRITANNOQUE . RECONCILIATIS . 
CUM . PRIVIL : ORDIN : HOLLAND : ET . WEST : 

(2-8. Med. Ill I, j>- 528, no. 176), nn-y fine 1 

254 Peace of Breda, 1667. A lion, spoiling amongst arms and cannon, 

near the sea covered with shipping; below, LEO BATAVUS. ; legend 
chronogrammatic, sIC fIxes nostros. Leges tVtaMVr, et 
VxDas. ; on left, 1 .0 .yi .J\ .L. in cypher, the artist's initials. 
^ Inscription, DEo . avspice . assertls . XON . minore . animo . qvam . 

SVCCESSV . AVITIS . PATRLE . LEGIBVS . ADVERSUS . TRES . POTEN- 
TISSIMOS . HISPANIAKVM . REGES . COACTIS . DEINDE . SEMEL . 
ITERVMQ; CONTRA . VICIXOS . BRITANNOS . ARMA . SVMERE . BATAVIS . 
POST . PACEM . EGREGLV . VIRTVTE . BELLO . PARTAM . ATQVE . 
REDVCTA . GEXEUIS . HV>[AXI . COMMERCLA. . CONSVLES . SENATVSQVE . 
AMSTELODAMEXSIS . MUXVMEXTVM . HOC . CIO. lO. LXVII. F . C. ; 

above, the shield of Amsterdam 

(2-7. Med. III. I, IK 529, no. 177), very fine [PL XI] 1 

255 Peace of Breda, 1667. Shield of the city of Leyden, crowned, 

dividing the date M.DC.LXVII. ; above, the inscription, TRIBUUM 

PR.«F . OB . OPEHAM PK.KSTITAM. ; on a scroll, E . FOCO . REFOCILIATIO. 

^ Ship sailing to right ; on flags, the letters A. S. (Arend Smeltzing) ; 

below, FELICITEK. ; legend, ASSERTO . PER . VULCANUM . XEPTUNO . 
PAX. ; lit. in. star 

(1-15. Med. III. I, p. 532, no. 181), unpuhlished A\ 1 

This in«'(lal was struck by order of the mugistrates of Leyden. and a speci- 
men in u'oid was ]ircsented to each of the Overseers, who were appointed to 
supply lists of the hearths of that city for the purpose of levying the hearth-tax 
for the support of the Navy. 

256 Ships burnt in the Medway, and Proclamation of Peace, 1667. 

'J'he Ijurniiig of ships near Chatham, in the foreground, one 
sinking; bcnciiLli, u .shell insci'ibod, Juii. 1667 Door Order van haer 
E. Hoogh Mog . ondcr 'thclcp van d . Heer . R. Muh . A .d . Rubier L . Ad . 
gcneracl J ijn hrjprongcn np dc Rivicr va'i Chattam d'Coninckx Oorloogh 

Schcpcn en die verbrant en gefomken. 

\}. Peace, hohJ'.ng olive branch and cornucopia, is .seated, facing, upon 
piles of arms, supported by infant genii of war holding an arrow 
and a torch ; from a cable which forms a border to the medal are 
suspended, on one side, the sliields of France, England, Scotland, 
Ireland, Dcnniaik, and Sweden ; on the other, those of the Seven 
I nited Provinces: above, a scroll incusely in.scribed, SOLI DEu 
(U.OKIA. ; below, a tablet incusely inscribed, Den . 6 Septcmb'.An", 1667 



61 

Lot 256 — continued. 

is de Vreede tufchen haer E . Hooghm en dent Coningh van Groot-Eritanien 
gepublifert. ; edge, monogram of P v A. (Peter van Abeele). 

(2-85. Van Loon, li, 538; Med. III. i, p. 533, no. 182), very fine 
[PL XI] 1 

Two embossed plates, chased, and united by a broad rim. Executed in 
Holland by Peter van Abeele. It commemorates on the obverse the attack upon 
the ships at Chatham. 

257 Proclamation of the Peace of Breda, 1667. Neptune, in his 

car, decorated with olive branches, and drawn by four horses, raises 
his trident to stay the progress of a naval engagement ; SIC CVNCTUS 
PELAGI CECIDIT FRAGOR. ; m. m. rose 
5c View of Breda ; above, two infant genii supporting beneath the 
beams of heaven the crowned shields of Denmark, France, England, 
and Holland, with Sweden (as mediator) in the centre ; in exergue, 

BREDA . Den. 7 Sept. 1667. G. POOL. Legend, NULLA SALUS BELLO, 
PACEM TE POSCIMUS OMNES. 

(2'05. Med. 111. i, p. 534, no. 183), very fine and rare, executed hy 
Jerian Pool in Holland, to commemorate the proclamation of the peace 1 

258 Peace of Breda, and Alliance of England and Holland, 1667. 

An English and a Dutch ship sailing amicably alongside each 
other ; an olive wreath decorates the main-top mast of each ; 
J^ A festoon of fruit and flowers encircled by a wreath of olive, 
whence are suspended the shields of Great Britain and Holland ; 
between them, branches of palm and laurel crossed and tied ; 
below, a band inscribed, BRITAN : BATAV : PAX. 1667. ; C. A. (1-75. 
Med. III. I, p. 534, no. 184), neatly executed hy Christop)her Adolf szoon, 
icho has committed the mistake of placing Scotland in the first o.nd 
fourth quarters of the British shield 
Peace of Breda, 1667, "Favento Deo." Bust of Charles H to 
right, laureate, hair long, fringed mantle round the shoulders ; 

CAROLVS . SECVNDVS . DEI . GRATIA . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET . HIRER . 

REX. ; m. m. mullet ; 9= Britannia seated to left, at the foot of a 
rock near the seashore, holds her spear and shield, and contemplates 
her navies sailing on the ocean ; meridian sun ; favente deo. ; in 
exergue, Britannia. ; edge, carolvs * secvndvs * pacis * et * 
IMPERII * RESTITUTOR * AVGVSTVS. ; cross between two roses (2-2. 
Med. m. I, p. 535, no. 185) 2 

259 Peace of Breda, as preceding; and another on the same event. 
"Favente Deo." Busts conjoined, to right, of Charles H and 
Catherine ; he, hair long, flowing behind, is in armour and mantle 
over the shoulders ; she wears slight drapery ; carolvs . ET . 
CATHARINA . REX . ET . REGINA. ; below, monogram, ^, (John 
Roettier) 



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Lot 259 — continued. 

^ BriUinnia seated to left, on the sea-shore, holds her spear and 
shield, ships in the distance; meridian sun; FAVENTE DEO.; in 
exergue, BRITANNIA. 

(1-75. Med. III. I, p. 536, no. 187) 2 

260 The Duke's Bagnio, 1667 (?) View of an oval vapour bath, sup- 

ported upon columns, a person undergoing the shampooing process; 

THE DVKES BAGNIO IN LONG ACRE : TVESDAY. FRYDAY. WOMEN. 

9. JDY. (James Duke of York) in cypher, crowned, upon brass let into 
centre of a silver medal ; around, the Garter 

(1-1. Med. III. \,2K 536, no. 190), rare 1 

261 Charles II and Catherine, 1667 (?) " Felicitas publica." 

Busts conjoined, to right, of Charles II and Catherine ; he, hair 
long, falling in front, is in lace cravat, armour, mantle on shoulder, 
and riband for medal ; she wears necklace and mantle fastened with 
brooch in front; CAROLVS. II. ET. CATHARINA. D. G. MAG, BRIT. FR. 
ET. HI. REX. ; in exergue, Rk. ; below, G .BOWER, r 
$1 A female figure, Felicitas standing holding a caduceus and cornu- 
copia ; FELICITAS. PVBLICA. (Public happiness) 

(2-15. Med. III. I, f. 539, no. 191), uiqjuhlished in this metal 1 

262 Charles II and Catherine, 1667 (?). Bust of Charles II to right, 

hair short, neck bare, slight drapery upon the shoulders; CAROLVS . II . 

REX. ; below, r. r. (Philip Koettier) ; 1^ Bust of Catherine to right, 

hair compactly collected into a knot at the back of the head, tiara 

appears in front, mantle fastened with brooch on her right shoulder ; 

c.\thi:rina regina. (1-05. Med. III. i, p. 540, no. 192) 
State of Britain, 1667 (?). Bust of Charles II to right, hair short, 

in large wavy curls, neck bare, no drapery ; CAROLO secvndo. ; 

below, p. R. (Philip Roettier) ; ^ Sleeping lion to left; QVIESCIT. ; 

in exergue, BIUTAX. (105. Med. III. \, p. 541, no. 193) 
Tribute to Charles II, 1667 (?). Bust of Charles II to right, &c. ; 

same as the preceding; Ijl A rose-bush; ANTE OMNES. {M, 1-05. 

Med. Hid. xxx, 1 ; Med. III. i, 'p. 541, tjo. 194) 4 

263 Duchess of Richmond, 1667 (?). Bust of the Duchess of Rich- 

mond to left, hair drawn back from the ears and collected behind; 

.^ a metal baiideau encircles tlie head: she wears a loose tunic with 

\ * brooch upon the right shoulder, and low down on the left arm, 

where it is fastened by another brooch 
9; Plain. (2-8. Med. III. i, p. 541, no. 195) 1 

The lesemhlaiicc In-twcru this portrait and tlial of Britannia upon tlic 
reverse of a previously (icsciibed medal, leaves no doubt about their beina; 
intended for the sanui per>oii, whom Evelyn pronounces to be the fair Mr.s. 
Stuart Duehess of Uiehinond. 



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264 Charles XI of Sweden, Knight of the Garter, 1669. The 

Garter twisted, inscribed, formed into a circle, and, with the medal 

of the George suspended from the buckle, passed through the two 

crowns of England and Sweden, and two pairs of interlinked C's ; 

CONCORDIA REGUM . 1 669. ; 9> St. George, full faced, on horseback 

to left, sword at his side, pierces with his spear the mouth of the 

Dragon, writhing on its back ; SALUS POPULORUM. (1-65. Med. Ill I, 

p. 544, no. 198) 

British Colonization, 1670. Bust conjoined, to right, of Charles II 

and Catherine ; he, hair long, bare neck, wears ornamented armour ; 

she is in slight drapery ; CAROLVS . ET . CATHARINA . rex , ET . 

REGINA. ; ^ Globe, whereupon appear some portions of all the 

four quarters; diffvsvs . IN . ORBE . britannvs. 1670.; m. m. 

cross (1-6. Med. III. I, p. 516, no. 203) 2 

The former struck in Sweden. Clifirles II conferred the Order of the Garter 
upon Charles XI, 19 June, 1668, and he was invested at Stockholm, 29 July 
following. 

265 The Elector of Saxony, Knight of the Garter, 1671. St. 

George and the Dragon to right ; the knight and his horse armed 
and caparisoned as for a tournament ; En HONNEUR DU Souverain 
DU tres NOBLE Ordre de LA Iartiere. ; m. m. rose; 5^ In- 
scription within laurel wreath, Du TRE HAUT TRE puissant et 
tres excellent Prince Charles . II . par la grace de Dieu 
ROY DE la Grande Bretag : Fran : et Irlande Defenseur de 
LA FOY . M . D . c . LXXI. (1-9. Med. III. I, p. 548, no. 205). 
Charles XI of Sweden, Knight of the Garter, 1671. St. 
George and the Dragon to right ; CAROLVS . xi . rex . SVE . EQ . NOB . 
ORB . PERISC . INAVG. ; in exergue, 29 . MAII .1671.; ^ The Garter, 
inscribed, formed into a circle with the star within, passing through 
two crowns and two pairs of C's interlinked ; all within the collar of 
the Order with the George suspended ; CONCORDIA . regvm . SALVS . 
POPVLORVM. (1.7. Ashmole, p. 455 ; Med. III. i, p. 549, no. 206) 2 

The former struck at Dresden to commemorate the installation, at Windsor, 
29 May, 1671. of John George II, Elector of Saxony, as a Knight of the Garter. 

266 Baron de Reede, 1671. Bust of Baron de Eeede to left, hair long, 

cap on his head, in plain falling collar and doublet buttoned close ; 
badge of the Order of the Elephant suspended to riband ; iohannes 

BARO DE REEDE LIBER DOM . DE RENSWOUDE ET EMMICKHUYSEN. 
1^ Inscription, INTER ORD . FOED . BELGII GEN . ET EORUM AD CAR . I 
BRIT . REG . LEGAT . EXTR . REGII DANI.E ORDIN . ELEPHANTINI EQUES 
VIRIDI SENECTA ^.T . AN . LXXVIII PATER AVUS PROAVUS CUM IPSE 
ET UXOR lACOBA AB HEEDE ANN . LXXVII VIDERENT SUPERSTITES 



64 

Lot 266 — continued. 

FILIOS NEPOTES ET PRONEPOTES EISDEM POSTERISQUE EORUM HOC 
TAXTI.^ FELICITATIS GRATIQUE IN DEUM ANIMI MONUMENTUM 
RELIQUE . ANNO CONIUGII LV . SALUTIS CIOIOCLXXI. 

(1-95. Med. III. I, p. 549, no. 207), very fine and rare 1 

2G7 William III Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, &c., 1672. Williamlll 
of Omiige on horseback to left, head bare, in armour and scarf 
floating behind, and holding truncheon ; wilhelmvs . Ill : D : G : 
PRINC : AVR : C : NAS ; Ijl Shield of William, crowned, and surrounded 
by the Garter (1-5. Med. III. i, p. 552, no. 211) 
William III Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, &c., 1672. Lion 
pierced with an arrow springing to left towards an orange-tree, &c. ; 
same as the preceding; A IKHOVAH HOC FACTVM EST; Iji Shield of 
"William, crowned, and surrounded by the Garter {Med. III. I, 
p. 553, no. 213) 
Liberty of Conscience, 1672. Bust of Charles II to right, hair 
short, neck bare, in armour and ample mantle fastened with brooch 
on the right shoulder ; OPTIMO . PRIXCIPI . CAROLO . II . D . G . M . 
BRIT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REGI. ; below, Phi/ip . Roti . F. ; l;l A female 
figure seated, facing, the base of her seat inscribed LIBERTAS ; she 
is enveloped in ample drapery, and holds a sword and cornucopia 
in one hand, and book inscribed fides in the other ; FIDEI . DEFEN- 

SORI RELIGIOMS . REFORM AT.E . PROTECTORI. : On edge, ARCHITEC- 

tvr.'E navalis ET MOXET/E INSTAVRATORL, Two roses (2-3. Med. 
III. I, p. 5.^)3, /((/. 2U) 3 

266 Liberty of Conscience, 1672. As the medal in last lot, but with 
edge plain ; and a Trial Piece of the obv. of a similar medal, but 
the king is laureated and the drapery different, no signature of 
artist, vtiij fine and apparenilij unpublished 2 

269 Duchess of Portsmouth, 1673. Bust of the Duchess of Ports- 
mouth to right, hair curled in front, compactly braided behind ; 
loose drapery across the body; LVCIA . DVCISSA . PORTSMOVTHEXSIS. ; 
ti Cupid .seated to j-ight upon a globe ; omnia VINCIT. (IT. Med. 
III. I, ]>. 554, no. 215) 
Another, Bu.st of the Duchess of Portsmouth to right, hair drawn 
back frc>m the forehead and twisted into a knot behind, from 
whence (Icsccnds one wavy lock, a bow of hair on the top of 
the head, which is encircled by a plain fillet; simply drapery 
round bust; U pl'iin (2-3. M'd. III. l, p. 555, no. 216), this medal 
is bi/ John Il'i'-l/irr. o,i,l is ,/i"nfo>ned in (he list of his icorks. (See 
''Sluart J'oiin:<," ll'nohor.) 2 



65 

270 Duke of Lauderdale, 1672. Bust of the Duke of Lauderdale to 

right, hair rather long, curly, in armour with lion's head on shoulder, 
and mantle ; ^ Minerva seated to right, leaning upon a shield de- 
corated with the armorial bearings of the Duke, whose helmet and 
crest rest on her left hand, her right holding her spear ; behind 
her, a mountain ; his motto, CONSILIO . ET . ANIMIS. ; in exergue, 
1672 ; Joan Roti. F. (2-45. Med. III. I, p. 550, no. 208) 
This fine medal is by John Roettier. 

Christ's Hospital Badge, 1673. A Bluecoat boy in his peculiar 

costume, encouraged by Arithmetic holding a tablet of figures, 

Astronomy wearing the petasus of Mercury and holding a sphere, 

and Mathematics a triangle and compasses ; on the ground, a 

mariner's compass and the lead ; above, two genii with caduceus 

and trumpet ; and two Zephyrs propelling favourably the ships of 

England; AVSPICIO carol SECVNDI . regis. 1673. ; no reverse (3-2. 

AM. III. I, p. 557 , no. 218) 2 

This is the badge worn by the boys at Christ's Hospital who belong to the 
Nautical School, founded by Charles II in 1672. It consists of a thin plate of 
silver. The die was executed by John Roettier. 

271 Charles M's Foundation of a Mathematical and Nautical 

School at Christ's Hospital, 1573, hy John Boettier. King's 
bust draped, and in rich figured armour to right 
51 INSTITVTOR. AVGVSTVS. 1 673., a Bluecoat boy encouraged by Arith- 
metic, Astronomy, Mathematics, and Mercury as Commerce ; above, 
Fame and Plenty, &c. 

(2-85. Med. III. i, p. 556, no. 217), extremely fine and rare 1 



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CHARLES W— continued. 

LOT 

272 Peace of London, 1674. William III of Orange on horseback to 
left; in tlie distance, troops assaulting a town on the sea-shore; 
above is a branch of orange entwined by a band, inscribed, vires 
ULTRA SORTEMQUE lUVENT.E. ; \}. Dove, with palm and olive 
branches, flying over a tranquil sea; rising sun; legend chrono- 
granimatic, A DoMIno VenIt paX et VICtorIa L.^ta. (2-4. 
Med. Ill I, p. 561, no. 225) [PI. XII] 

Struck in Holland to commemorate the peace between England and Holland 
concluded in I^omlnn. l;» Feb. [X.S.], 1674. The obverse alludes to William 
having been appointed Commander-in-Chief and Stadtholder. 

Peace of London and Popularity of William III Prince of 
Orange, 1674. Man in armour, holding sword, extending left 
hand towards orange branch held by hand from clouds, inscribed 
with the name of Jehovah in Hebrew ; on the other side the Belgic 
lion, pierced by an arrow, extends its right paw towards the orange 
branch ; below, star and compartment, inscribed : 
WIE sagh soo ver. 
d'oraengie ster. 

1674. 

legend iiiNC hostes debello. ; li Shield of William III of Orange, 
crowned, and surrounded by the Garter; GERMixi QUOD AVRIACO 
FiDAT LKo 1',el(;hjvs, gallo l.esvs. (1-6. Med. III. I, p. 562, 
no. 226) [PI. XII] 2 

'I'liis piece coiiimeiiiorates the treatyconcluded between England and Holland 
in lt>71, in CMiisccjuencf of whicli France was compelled to abandon all her 
con'iui>t> in the Xrtlitrland.s excei)ting Maestrieht and (irave. 

275 Marriage of William III Prince of Orange and Princess 
Mary, 1C77. William and Mary, her dress ornamented with 
roses, with their right hands clasped and holding a flaming heart ; 
above, rays of light ; in the distance, building and fountain ; below, 
— X tablet, from which an inscription, a portion of which still remains, 

bill illegii)le, has been ei-ascd ; legend incuse : 

IN DEN KCHTKNllANT .M KT LIEFD' EN TllOUW, 
KROONT GODT DUuR Zi:(;EN MAN EN VUOUW, 



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Lot 273 — continued. 

^ Two armed female figures, representing Britain and Holland, holding 
spears, each surmounted by a cap of Liberty, and bearing a flag 
with the arms of their respective countries ; Peace is uniting the 
shafts with a wreath of olive ; the field is decorated with tracery 
of floral ornaments ; legend incuse : 

HIER BINT DE HEIL'GE VREE DEN BRIT' EN BATAVIER, 

DE WERELT EER 't VERBONT, EN VREEZ' ER KRYGSBANIER. 

m. m. fleur-de-lis 

(3-25. Med. 111. I, p. b^l, no. 2U), very fine [PL XI] 1 

This medal is composed of two plates, embossed and chased, and united by a 
broad rim, by 0. Miiller. 

274 Marriage of William III Prince of Orange and Princess 

Mary, 1677. Bust of William III of Orange to right, hair long, 
in lace cravat, armour, and star suspended to riband ; gvilh . ill . 
D . G . PRIN . AVR . HOL . et . wes . gv. ; ^ Bust of Mary to left, hair 
braided and entwined with rows of pearls, wearing pearl necklace 
and drapery fastened with brooches in front and on the shoulder ; 

MARIA . D . G . AVR . PRIN . NAT . DE . lORC. (1 -65. Med. III. I, 2>. 568, 

no. 235), supposed to he the worJc of Nicholas Chevalier. And another, 
as Med. III. no. 236 2 

275 Anne Eld red, died 1678. Armorial shield of Eldred ; anne.the. 

WIFE . OF . JO . ELDRED . ESq . DIED MAR . THE 31 . 1678 AGED 72. 

5c A veiled female figure seated, facing, holding a skull, the left arm 
resting upon a pedestal, upon which is an urn ; A . wise woman . 

BUILDETH HER. 

(2. Med. III. i,p. 571, no. 241), very fine and very rare [PL XIII] 1 

276 The Elector of Saxony, Knight of the Garter, 1678. St. George 

and the Dragon to right, the knight and his horse armed and 
caparisoned as for a tournament ; En HONNEUR du Souverain du 
TRES NOBLE Ordre DE LA Iartiere. ; m. m. rose ; J^ Inscription 
within a laurel wreath, Du tre haut tre puissant et tres 

EXCELLENT PrINCE ChARLES . II . PAR LA GRACE DE DiEU ROY DE 

LA Grande Bretag : Fran : et Irlande Defenseur de la foy . 
M . D.c. LXXVIII. (1-9. Med. III. I, p. 572, no. 242). A second 
specimen struck on a very thick blank 
Peace of Nimeguen, 1678. View of Nimeguen beneath rays from 
' heaven; PAX . OPTIMA . RERVM. ; in exergue, NOVIO-MAGI, A? 1678.. 
9= The shields of France, England, and Holland suspended from an 
olive wreath; gallo-batava . pax. (M. Med. III. i, p. 573, 
no. 244) 3 

F 2 






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277 Sip Edmundbupy Godfpey, 1678. Bust of Godfrey to right, hair 

long, in falling lace collar, doublet buttoned, and mantle over 
shoulders ; two hands strangling him with his cravat ; MORIENDO . 

RESTITVIT . REM . E . GODFREY. 

Ijl Green strangling Godfrey in the presence of the Pope, who blesses 
the murderer, and holds up a sealed document inscribed BVLLO. ; 
TANTVM . RELLIGIO . POSVIT. ; on edge, CERVICE . FRACTA . FIDEM ; 
SVSTVLIT. ATLAS. XNS. 1678. (I'SS. Med. III. 1,2). bll, no. 247) 2 

278 Sip Edmundbupy Godfpey, 1078. Bust of Godfrey to right, &c., 

similar to the preceding, but not from the same die, the bust 
extending entirely to the rim of the medal ; $1 Hill on horseback, 
carrying the dead body of Godfrey before him ; another murderer, 
pretending to be drunk, precedes them, stars show that it is night ; 
Primrose Hill appears behind him, EQVO . CREDITE . TVCRI {sic) ; 
edge same as the preceding (1-55. Med. III. r, 7?. 577, 110. 248) 
Bust of Godfrey to right, i^'c, similar, but not the same as any of the 
others ; , {I The Pope's head and the Devil's joined in one face, 

ECCLESIA . PERVERSA . TENET . FACIEM . DIABOLI ; on edge, CERVICE . 
FRACTA . FIDKM . SVSTVLIT . ATLAS . XNS . 1678 (1-45. Med. III. I, 

p. 578, no. 250) 2 

279 Sip Edmundbupy Godfpey, 1678. Sir Edmundbury Godfrey 

walking to left, after being strangled with his cravat, GODFREY . 
WALKS . AT» . HIL . AFTER . HEE . IS . DEAD ; above, ERGO PARES 
[sVMs on />'?■.]; ill exergue PRo;-; 1^ St. Denis walking to left, 
after his martyrdom, with his head in his hand, dennys . walks . 
DOWNEHIL . CAKRVNG . HIS . HEAD; above, SVMS ; in exergue, pa : 
(Papist) (l-:)5. .!/((/. ///. I, j;. 579, /(o. 251) 
The Popish Plot, 1G7S. A Janus head, composed of a Jesuit's face 
in cap, and ;i monk's in cowl, back to back, u .WHY . so . FICKLE : 1^ A 
cluster of seven faces, BIRDS . OF . A . FEATHER . FLOCK . TOGETHER 
(1-45, ca4. Mrd. in. ], p. 579, no. 252) 2 

280 Duke and Duchess of Yopk, 1680. Bust of the Duke to right, 

hair long, neck Ikuc, in armour and mantle, lACOBVS . DVX . 
EBORACENSIS . ; below bu.st, G . B . F . 

51 Bust of the Duchos to left, hair bound by pearls, clad in gown 
and mantle, maiua. dvcissa . kboracensis . 1680 

(2-05. MrJ. I!!. I, p. 581, no. 256), very fine and rare [PL XIII] 1 

281 EaPJ of Shaftesbupy, 1681. Bust of the Earl of Shaftesbury to 

right, hair long, neck bare, with mantle over shoulders, .VNTONio 
COMiTi I)E shaitj:si;vi;y: on truncation, G B. F. ; 1^ View of London 



69 

Lot 281 — continued. 

from Southwark ; the Tower in the distance, and above, sun 

bursting from behind a cloud, L/ETAMVR ; in exergue, 24 NOV 1681 

(1-6. Aled. III. I, p. 583, vo. 259) 

Pattern (?). Bust of Charles II to left, laureate, hair falling in long 

curls, CAROLVS . A . CAROLO. ; 1^ A harp crowned within the garter 

(1'35. Med. III. I, p. 599, no. 285), fine and extremely rare 2 

The editors of Med. III. suggest it may be a Pattern for an Irish Coin, the 
bust of the king is from the same puncheon as the medal described at p. 582, 
no. 258. 

282 Ambassadors of Marocco and Bantam, 1682. Bust of Named 

Hamet, Ambassador of Marocco to right, in Oriental dress with 

turban, HAMET BEN HAMET BEN HADDV OTTOR. 1 682 ; below, G B. F. ; 

^ Bust of Keay Nabee, Ambassador of Bantam, three-quarters 
to right, in Oriental dress with singular head dress, KEAY NABEE 
NAiA-wi-PRAiA, 1682 (1-55. Med. III. I, p. 584, no. 260) 
Duke of Ormond, 1682. Bust of the Duke of Ormond to right, 
hair long, in lace cravat, armour, and mantle across the breast, 
lACOBVS . DVX . ORMONI^ ; below, G . BOWERS . F ; R Sword and 
olive branch crossed within a coronet, pr^sidivm et dvlge decvs. 
1682 (9. Med. III. I, p. 585, no. 262), very rare as a struck medal 2 

283 Duke of York, 1682 1 Bust of the Duke of York to right, hair 

short, neck bare, in scale armour and mantle, lACOBVS . DVX . 

EBORACENSIS . et . ALBANENSIS 

1^ Britannia seated to left, helmeted, holding spear and plain shield, 

NVLLVM NVMEN ABEST 

(ri. Med. III. I, p. 589, no. 266 variety), very rare I 

284 The Rye House Plot, 1683. Charles II, as Hercules, reposing on 

his lion's skin and warding off with his hand the Hydra with seven 

human heads, over which is a hand from heaven armed with thunder, 

PERIBVNT FVLMINLS ICTV. 1683 ; below, G B F. (George Bower fecit) 

R A shepherd seated on a mound watches his flock, near to which 

are two wolves hanging on a gibbet, London with Old St. Paul's 

in the distance ; above, dove and olive branch, DEVS NOBIS H^EC 

OTIA FECIT. {Virg. Eclog. i. 6) 

(1-8. Med. Ill I, p. 593, no. 274) [PI. XII] 1 

This was struck upon the occasion of the Piye House Plot. The Hydra 
represents the committee of six. who associated tliemselves, with ditferent 
views, for the redress of grievances : Monmouth, Lord William liussell, 
Hampden. Algernon Sidney, the Earl of Essex, and Lord Howard. To these 
is added the Devil, as seventh in the confederacy. The two wolves represent 
Sidnev and Russell. 



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28n George Prince of Denmark and Princess Anne, Marriage, 
1G83. Busts of Prince and Princess face to face, georgivs CIM- 

KRORVM . PRINCEPS ET . ANNA . lACOBI . DVCIS EBORACENSIS FILIA . 

9; An oak tree, from which several acorns have fallen to the ground, 
FACTVRA NEPOTIBVS VMBRAM (I'S. Med. III. \, p. 594, no. 275) 
Charles II, 1683? Bust of Charles II to right, hair long, falling 
over his right shoulder, in armour and mantle, CAROL . ii . D . G . 
ANGL . SCOT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX ; on truncation, monogram, ^. 
(John Roettier) ; Ii Royal arms within the Garter, supporters, 
crowned helmet with lambrequins, and crest ; in exergue, motto on 
a scroll, DIEV . ET . MON . DROIT (S'l. Med. III. I, p. 595, no. 211) 2 

286 Firmness of Charles II, 1683? Bust of Charles II to right, 

laureate, superabundance of hair, tiowing round the shoulders, in 
armour richly decorated, CAROL . ii . REX . M . BRIT : FR . HiB ; 
^ A diamond in the midst of Haraes, upon an altar placed on the 
summit of a rock in the sea, semper . adamas. (2-2. Med. III. i, 
p. 595, 110. 278) 
Death of Charles II, 1685. Time seated to right, on a tomb, with 
one foot on a skull, holds in one hand his scythe and hour-glass, 
and extends a laurel wreath in the other, TO . THE . COLD . TOMB 4* 
ALL . heads . MVST . COME ; \X Inscription, king : CHARLES THE : 
SECOND : .ETAT 55 : OBJIT : FEBRV : 6 . ANNO : DOM. 1684 (1-55. Med. 
III. I, p. 601, no. 289) 2 

287 Death of Charles II, by Roettier, carolvs ii . d . g . angl . scot . 

FRAN . ET . HIB REX, Bust of Charles II to right, hair long, in 
armour draped ; ^ on truncation 
51 Sun in splendor 

(2-15). very fine and venj rare, unpublished 1 

288 A repousse Medallion Portrait, on the Death of Charles II 1 

JAMES II. 

1685-1688. 
Gold. 

289 Coronation. Bust of James II to right, laureate, hair long, de- 

scending ill front, in armour, mantle, and shirt with puckered frill, 
lACOP.vs . 11 . i>. (; . AN(; . sco . FR . ET . HI . REX. ; below, monogram, 
^, (John Roettier) 
1^ Laurel wreath reposing on a cuslnon : above, a hand from heaven 
holds the British crown, A . MILITARI . AD . REGIAM. ; in exergue, 
inav(;vi;at. 23 . ai'. 1685. 

(1-35. Mrd. III. I, p, GO.-), y„. 6). reryfinr \ 



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290 Coronation. Bust of Mary to right, laureate, hair collected into a 

knot behind, whence descend two lovelocks, in mantle fastened with 
brooch on the right shoulder, maria . d . g . ang . SCO . fr . et . hi . 
REGINA. ; below, monogram, ^. (John Roettier) 
$) The Queen seated to right upon a mound, wearing loose drapery, 

O . DEA . CERTE. 

(1-35. Aled. III. I, p. 606, no. 7), very fine 1 

291 Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 1688. William III 

of Orange, armed and habited as a Roman Emperor, tramples 
upon the serpent of Discord, and joins hands, over a blazing altar, 
with Britannia, who wears a triple crown ; behind her the armorial 
shield of Britain, with Scotland in the first quarter, is suspended to 
an orange-tree, entwined with roses and thistles ; in the distance 
are seen King James and Father Petre flying, the latter carrying 
the Prince, who is playing with a windmill ; a rising sun typifies 
the hopeful state of England ; DEO VINDICE lUSTiTiA GOMITE. ; 
R . A . F . (R. Arondeaux fecit) 
51 Boats landing troops near a fortified harbour, fleet in the distance ; 

CONTRA INFANTEM PERDITIONIS ; in exergue, EXPEDITIO NAUALIS 
PRO LIBERTATE ANGLIiE . MDCLXXXVIII. 

(1"95. Med. III. I, p. 639, no. 65), extremely fine and rare 
[PI. XIII] 1 

292 Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 1688. A very rare 

variety of the preceding piece without the artist's initials, and re- 
presents the fugitives as a Jesuit carrying a pyx and a monk carryin 
a cross 

(1"95. Med. III. I, p. 640, no. 66), very fine, unpublished in gold 1 



c^lb — lO - 



3- ( ^ 



Silver. 
293 Accession, iacobvs . 11 . rex . ang . sco . fra . et . hib . nat . 15 . 

OCT . BAPT . 24 . NOV . ANNO . 1 633 . PRIMA . SVI . REGNI . DIE . 6 . 
FEB . ANNO . 1685., FERENDVM . ET . SPERANDVM., Stops in legend^ 

fleur-de-lis ; ^ Harp, crowned ; above, A . DEO. ; around, MAIORA . 

MINORIBVS . CONSONANT., FVLCITVR . EXPERIENTIA. (I'SS. 3Ied. 

III. I, p. 603, no. \), fine and rare 
Bust of James II to right, laureate, hair long, falling in front, in 
armour and mantle ; inner legend, lACOBVS . II . G . ANG . SCO . FR . 
ET . HI . rex. ; outer legend, FERENDVM . ET . SPERANDVM. ; below 
bust, monogram, ^. (John Roettier) ; stops in outer legend, fleurs- 
de-lis; p; Harp, crowned, &c. ; same as the preceding. (1"85. 
Med. 111. I, p. 603, no. 'I) 2 

This medal is also cast and chased and is made bv erasing the central inscrip- 
tion of the obverse of the preceding and inserting the obverse of the medal, 
afterwards issued at the Coronation. 



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294 Accession. Bust of James II three-quarters to light, hair long, in 

lace cravat and armour, lACOBVS . ii . d . g . ang : REX. ; ^ Altar, on 
which is placed a burning lamp, tvebitvr omnes. (-7 Med. III. i, 
p. G04) 
Coronation. Bust of James II to right, laureate, hair long, de- 
scending in front, in armour, mantle, and shirt with puckered frill, 
lACOBV.s . II . D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET , HI . REX. ; below, monogram, 
^. (John Roettier) ; Ijl Laurel wreath reposing on a cushion ; 
above, a hand from heaven holds the British crown, A . MILITARI . 
AD . REGIAJNI., in exergue, inavgvrat. 23 . ap . 1685. (135. Med. 
III. I, p. 605, no. 5). Bust of Mary to right, laureate, hair collected 
into a knot behind, whence descend two lovelocks, in mantle 
fastened with brooch on the right shoulder, MARIA . D . G . ANG . SCO . 
FR , KT . HI . REGINA. ; below, monogram, ^^ (John Roettier) ; 9- 
The Queen seated to right upon a mound, wearing loose drapery, 
O . dea . certe. (1-35. Med. III. I, p. 606, no. 7). Bust of James II 
to right, laureate, &c. ; same as no. 6 ; ^ Bust of Mary to right, 
laureate, &c. ; same as the preceding (1-35. Med. III. 1, p. 606, 
710. 8. 5 

The List medal is formed of the obverses of the two coronation medals. 

295 Opening of the Scottish Parliament. Bust of James II to right, 

laureate, hair sliort, no drapery, lACoBUS II . D . G . MAG : BRI : FRAN : 
ET HIB : REX., m. 111. Star ; Ipl Lion crowned, couchant, with the paws 
upon the sceptre and globe, NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSET., in 
exergue, MDCLXXXV. i. s. (Jan Smeltzing) (1-9. Med. III. i, p. 607, 
no. 10) 
Prudence of James II. Bust of James II to right, laureate, hair 
long, in armour and mantle, lACuBVS . ll . D G . MA(4 . BRI . FRAN . 
ET. HIB. REX., below, G B . F. (George Bower fecit); :^ Britannia 
seated to left, helmeted, holding si)ear and shield, mvllvm i/iVMEN 
ABEST. (Mf). Med. III. J, p. 607, no. 11) 2 

296 James II and Mary, 1GS5, Bust of James II to right, laureate, &c. ; 

same as the preceding ; 1/ Bust of Mary to right, laureate, hair 
drawn to the liack of the head and tied into a knot, lovelock at the 
side and back (jf the neck, mantle round the bust, MARIA . D . G . 
MAG . BKi . ritN . KT . iiii: . iiKciiNA. (Mo. Mfd. III. I, p. 608, no. 12). 
Bust of .lames II to light, laureate, hair short, no drapery, lACOBVS . 
II . (I . (; . MA(; . i!i;i . ki;ax . kt . mi; . uex. ; U Bust of Mary to 
right, hail- cuiled in front, ringlet curled up fi'om the ear, knot of 
hair behind, lovelorks, gown ;ind mantle round the bust, MARIA . D . 
G. MA(;. i;i:i . Fi:\\. KT. Hii;. uK(;i. (M. Med. Ill i, p. 608, 
no 13j. Busts conjoined lo right of James II and Mary; be. 



73 

Lot 296 — continued. 

laureate, hair long, one long lock in front of shoulder, is in shirt 
and mantle; she wears mantle, lACOBVS . ii . ET . MARIA . D G. 

MAG . BRI . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . ET . REGINA. ; below, G B . F. ; 
$1 Full sun, FORTES . RADII . SED . BENIGNI . 1685. (2-05. Mcd. III. 

I, p. 610, no. 16), all fine 3 

297 William and Mary, 1685. Busts and legend as preceding 

II Quis. NUNC. HALIAETUS. 1 685, sun in splendor, as on last medal 
(2'05), unpublished, very fine and rare 1 

298 James II, 1685, "Tutamen ab Alto." Bust of James II to right, 

laureate, hair long, in mantle, lACOBVS . ii . D G . MAG . bri . FRAN . 

ET . HI . REX. ; below, G B . F. (George Bower fecit) ; ^ A chair of 

state, on which is the British crown amidst bright rays from heaven, 

near it stands an angel bearing a flaming sword and an olive 

branch, TUTAMEN AB . ALTO. (1-75. Med. III. i, p. 611, no. 8), very 

fine 

Duke of Monmouth, Defeat, 1685. Bust of the Duke of Monmouth 

to right, hair long, abundant, wearing breastplate decorated with 

the fulmen, iacobus DUX MONUMET : fid : ET LIBERT : DEFENSOR. ; 

51 A Roman soldier attempting to tear open a lion's jaws, parum 

• SUCCESSIT, FECI SEDULO. ; in exergue, MDCLXXXV. (1-95. Med. 

III. I, p. 613, no. 22) 2 

This medal was probably executed by Jan Smeltzing after the failure of Monmouth. 

299 Duke of Monmouth, Beheaded, 1685. Bust of the Duke of Mon- 

mouth to light, hair long, descending low in front, smooth at the 
top of the head, in decorated armour and mantle, I ACOBVS. DVX. 

MONVMETHENSIS. ; below, G. BOWERS. F 

^c Two infant genii amid clouds support a coronet over the cypher, 
fSQLjil, cherubs above and below, CAPVT. inter, nvbila. 
(2. Med. III. I, p. 614, no. 25), very fine and very rare [PI. XIII] 1 

300 Duke of Monmouth, Beheaded, 1685. Bust of the Duke of Mon- 

mouth to right, hair short, no drapery, lACOBUS infelix DUX 
MONUMETHENSIS., m. m. star ; 9= The Duke's head upon the ground 
spouting out blood, HUNG sanguinem libo deo liberatori. (This 
blood I pour out to God, the Deliverer) ; in exergue, C.ESA CERVIX . 
loS :IULY if 1685. {tin, 1-5. Med. III. i, p. 615, no. 26) 
Monmouth and Argyle, Beheaded, 1685. Bust of James II to left, 
laureate, in Koman dress, resting on four sceptres, terminating in 
the badges of the kingdoms, upon a pedestal, in front of which is 
affixed the royal shield within the garter, crowned ; belovv is in- 
scribed, ARAS ET SCEPTRA TUEMUR . 1 685., Neptune in his car, and 



r^ b ' / 



74 

Lot 300— coufiitufil. 

sllips in the distance, lACOBVS ii D . G . MAG . BRI . FRAN . ET . HIB . 
RFA'., on base of pedestal, r. a.fec. (R. Arondeaux' fecit); ^ A 
pedestal inscribed, AMBITIO MALESUADA RUIT., on it Justice 
trampling on a serpent, weighs three crowns against the sword, the 
torch, and tlie serjtent of Discord, at her feet lie the bodies of Mon- 
mouth and Argyle, their heads are on blocks ifiscribed, lACOBUS DE 
MONTMOUT. — ARCHIBALD I)' ARGYL. ; above, the sun : on one side, 
lightning darting against troops discomfited at Sedgemoor ; on the 
other, two heads fixed over the gates of the tower (2'4. Med. III. 1, 
p. 615, no. 27), both re nj fine 2 

.■?ol James II, Military and Naval Rewards, 1685. But of James II to 
right, hair short, in armour and mantle fastened with brooch on the 
left shoulder ; on a raised band, lACOBVS . II . DEI . GRA . ANG . SCO . 
FRA . ET. HIB. REX. ; I;!. An antique trophy, distant naval engage- 
ment, GENVs . ANTiQVVM. (2-5. Med. III. I, 2>- 616, no. 28). Bust of 
James II to right, hair long, descending low in front of the 
shouldei .s, which are clulhed in an ample mantle, lACOBVS . II . DEI . 
GRA . ANc; . SCOT . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX. ; below, monogram, ^, 
(John Roettier) ; 1;!. An antique trophy, &c. ; same as the pre- 
ceding (2-5. Med. III. 1,2). 617, no. 29), both very fine 2 

These pieces were intended as military and naval rewards for distribution 
aninnu'st those who had commanded the royal forces and tleets which opposed 
the double invasion of Monmouth and Argyle. 

302 Spanish Wreck recovered, 1687. Busts conjoined to right of 

James II and Mary ; he laureate, hair long, descending in several 
ringlets in front, wears scale armour and mantle ; she, with pearls in 
her hair and one lovelock, is in mantle, lACOBVS . II . ET . MARIA . D . 
G . MAC . BRI . FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . ET . REGINA. ; below, G. B. 

(George Bower) ; same as no. 21 ; 1;L A ship, the boats of which are 
engaged in fishing up treasure from a wreck, SEMPER TIBI PENDEAT 
HAMis, : in e.xergue, navfraga reperta . 1687. (2-15. Med. III. i, 
p. 619, no. .■}.■>), vt'D/finr 2 

303 Christopher Duke of Albemarle, Governor of Jamaica, 1687. 

liust of the Duki' of AIl)emarle to right, hair long, descending very 
low in front, in lace cravat, decorated armour, mantle fastened with 
Vtroocli on the shoulder, and medal suspended to riband ; CHRIS- 
TOI'HOUVS . AM-.KMARI.I.K . DVX . lAMAC.E . LOC . TEN . GEN . & . GVB . 
(;k.n. : on truncMtion, (; p, . f (George Bovver fecit) 
1/ Nfpliine reclining to left upon the sea-shore, rests his arm upon an 
urn, and holds liis trident, EX . A(,)rA . OMNIA. 

(l-sr>. M<d. III. i,y;. r>20, no. 34), rni/fine and rare [PI. XIII] 1 



75 

304 Religious State of England, 1688. A pedestal inscribed Bri- 

tannia, on it a dove, a chalice, Avafer and rosary, and a mitre, and 
in the centre the Bible surmounted by cap inscribed LIBERT. ; over 
these a hand from heaven holds a scroll inscribed C . FAGELII EPIS- 

TOLA EFFLAGITATA A I . STEWARDO 1687., LIBERTAS CONSCIENTI^ 

HOC MONILI ORNATA ; 5^ A dog wearing a rosary, about to swallow 
a book with M. I., tramples upon another with L. C , is throwing 
down a third with S. R. P., sealed with the seals T and P, which 
has been deposited upon a solid column, girt by the serpent of 
Eternity, RES immoderata cupido est., in exergue mdclxxxviii. 
(2.3. 3Ied. III. I, J). 620, no. 35). 
The Seven Bishops imprisoned, 1688. The White Tower of 
Loudon, in the distance on one side are the Bishops approaching 
under a guard, on the other the populace, PROBIS HONORI INFAMI- 
^QUE MALIS. ; in exergue, archiepisc : CANTUAR : EPISCOPI . 

S"^. ASAPH, BATH ET WELS, ELY, PETER^. CHICHEST . BRIST . 
INCARCER : yV LIBERATI 4^| lUNll, 1688. ; 5^ The sun and moon 
equally balanced in scales suspended from clouds, sic SOL lunaque 
IN LIBRA (2-35. Med. III. L /j. 621, no. 36), both very fine 2 

305 Archbishop Sancroft and Bishops, 1688. Bust of Bancroft to 

right, wearing cap and canonical robes, GVIL . SANCROFT . ARCHIE- 
PISC . CANTVAR . 1688. ; B= Medallions with portraits and names 
of the six imprisoned Bishops arranged round that of the Bishop 
of London, stars interspersed, below GB. F. (George Bower fecit) ; 
on edge, si fractus illabatur orbis impauidos ferient ruin-^. 
(2. Med. III. I, p. 622, no. 37) 
Another, same types, but with plain edge 2 

306 Archbishop Sancroft and Bishops, 1688. A variety of the 

preceding, differing but very slightly, and with artist's initials on 

the reverse D . w . F. (Daniel Warou fecit), and the edge plain 

(2. Med. III. I, J). 623, no. 38) 

This medal is a very close copy of the one by George Bower. It was executed 
by Daniel Warou, a native of Stockholm. 

Another variety, differing in the date, which is written m.d.c.L.XXXVIIL, 

in the omission of the artist's initi ils, and of the inscription on the 

edge (2-05. Med. III. i, p. 623, no. 39) 2 

307 Church and Seven Bishops, 1688 (2). A Jesuit and a Monk, with 

spade and pickaxe, endeavouring to undermine a church, which is 
supported by a hand from heaven, the gates of hell shall not 
prevaile {St. Matth. xvi, 18) ; 5^ Seven medallions of the Arch- 
bishop and six Bishops, a mitre over each, and the name in English 
below, wisdom hath bvilded her hovs she hath hewen ovt 



f1 



76 

Lot 307 — continued. 

HER 7 FILLERS {Pwv. ix, 1) (2-3. Med. III. J, ji. 625, no. 42), very 
rare, cast, chased, executed in Holland, onp silver-gilt and with various 
Masonic emblems engraved in field <m ohv. 2 

308 Church and Seven Bishops, 1688. A Jesuit and a Monk with 
spade and pickaxe, endeavouring to umiermine a church which is 
supported by a hand from heaven, tlie field chequered ; incuse THE 

ri - - GATES OF HELL SHALL NOT PREVAIL. AOAIXSTE IT., a border of 

large beads 
Ijl Seven medallions of the Archbishop and six Bishops, with their 
names incusely inscribed, the field is radiated 

(To), imitation of ingraving, tinjniblished, very rare [PI. XIII] 1 

309 Prince James as an Infant Hercules, 1688. The young Prince, 
as an infant Hercules, in a cradle, strangling 2 serpents, MONSTRIS . 
DANT . FVNERA . GVN.E., in exergue, knot with coronet; $1 The 
Prince's plumes within a coronet, fvlta . TRIBVS . metvenda . 
CORONA, in exergue, i688 (1'2. Med. III. \, p. 628, no. 48) 

Birth of Prince James commemorated in Holland, 1688. Bust 
of James II to left, laureate, hair long, in mantle across the 
breast, beneath a rose, lACOBVS ll D . G . BRITANNIARUM IMPERATOR, 
before and after legend a star ; ^ The Queen in bed nursing an 
infant, felk itas pvblica, in exergue, OB FELICISS : M . BRIT : 
PRINC : NATIV : 20 lUN : 1688 IG : VITUS EQ : B. C . MARC : D'ALBY- 
VILLE ET S.V : ROM : IMP : APUD BAT : ABLEG : EXT : C . C (2-35. Med. 
III. I, p. 630, i.(L ni) 

Birth of Prince James, 1688. Truth, her head radiate, tramples 
upon a serpent, and opens the door of a cabinet, inscribed lAC : 
FRANC EDIARI) : SUPPOSIT : 20 lUNlI 1 688, within the cabinet ap- 
pears a .Jesuit standing on a ladder and supporting through the top 
a cushion, on which is seated the young Prince holding in one hand 
a pyx. and with the other phicing a crown on his head, a puff of 
wind is bhiwiiiLi away some feathers from the cushion, and threatens 
the young Prinze, in the distance the Dutch tieet approaching, siG 
N()N HKliKDEs DEKRINT; \)>. The Trojan horse, w^earing a saddle- 
ch)th iiisi ril)u.l i.li;i;i;T . con'*. SINE lURAM : ET LEG : P, the girth is 
in.-ciilicd ASH , 111 the distance a burning city, Troy, EQUO NUNQUAM 
Tf (Im;!)!- t.ritanne (2-3. Med. III. i, p. 630, no. 52) 3 

310 Birth of Prince James, 16SS. Aglauros opening the basket dis- 
covi'is Ml ii'lithoiiiiis with his dragon tail, roses and thistles lie 
aroiiml, two wonun lun away in fright, INFANTEM(.)UF VIDENT, 
APi'ORRK(TiM(,M K DRAci )NEM, in. in. ciiiquefoil; 1> A drooping 



77 

Lot 310 —continued. 

withered rosebush with two flowers, at a little distance from its 
roots springs a young sucker, tamen nascatur oportet, in exergue, 
MDCLXXXViii (1-95. Med. III. i, ;;. 631, no. 53) 
Anti-Christian Confederacy, 1688. Suleyman III, Sultan of 
Turkey, Louis XIV, Mezzo-Morto, Dey of Algiers, and James II, 
with their swords drawn, stand round the altar of Discord swearing 
alliance, on the blazing altar is the presiding genius the snake, and 
on its side the crescent above the Christian monogram, SOLIMAN ill . 
LVDOV : xiiii . MEZOMORTO . lACOBVS II, in exergue, contra CHRISTI 
ANIMUM : 51 Three lilies supporting a crescent, above hovers an 
imp wearing a Jesuit's cap, and holding a sword and thunder, in 
rCEDERE QUINTUS, in exergue 1688 (1-5. Med. III. i, p. 632, no. 54), 
very fine 2 

311 Satirical Medal, 1688 (?). An owl wearing spectacles and bands, 

with an ink-bottle and pen suspended round its neck, stands upon 
a cushion under which is a sword, near it is a candle surrounded bj^ 
seven stars, NOG even blind, in exergue D. S. s. ; 1^ Scales sus- 
pended from heaven, whence rays shine upon the Bible, marked 
I. C. (Jesus Christ), which weighs down the emblems of Popery, or 
perhaps Episcopacy, including a scroll inscribed f^.y : with seven 
seals attached, marked s. H. M. L. w. M. D., tekel. (1-9. Med. III. i, 
p. 634, no. 57) 
Invitation to William and Mary of Orange, 1688. Busts 
conjoined to right of William and Mary ; he, hair long, is in armour 
and mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder ; she, with love- 
locks, wears mantle, her face rather more than profile, atavum pro 

LIBERTATE FIDEQUE ; in exergue, M . WJLH . HENR . ET MARIA D . G . 

AUR . PRINC . ETC . REFORMATIONIS VINDICES ; ^ Religion under the 
radiated Eye of Providence tramples upon the emblems of Popery 
and discord, rests one hand on the cap of Liberty and an open 
Bible, lying upon an altar inscribed ss fides, she holds up a scroll 
inscribed LITTERS fagelli, iam mihi roma minax fistula dulce 
GANIT ; in exergue reformatio ANGLI^E MDCLXXXVIII (2-5. Med. 
III. I, p. 634, no. 58), very fine and very rare 2 

312 Embarkation of William of Orange at Helvoetsluys, 1688. 

Bust of William of Orange three-quarters to right, hair long, in lace 
cravat, armour and mantle, between Prudence and Valor crowning 
him with laurel ; below, a tablet with inscription, DAT . HY . OP DE 
GOLVEN TRIUMPHERE 1 688, DIT'S PRNS . WILLEM D . Ill WIENS . 
OORLOGH RAET EN DAET . d'eERSTE NIET BESWYCKT MAER VEEL 

eer t'boven gaet • 
$c A large fleet in full sail leaving harbour and cheered by people on a 



78 

Lot 3 1 2 — continued. 

pier, &c., t'vertreck van syn hoogheyt . den , heer prns van 

OKANJE UT . HELLEVOETSLUYS . NAT KONINCRYCK BRITTANJE AO 

i688 den ii November. 

(3-35. Med. III. i, p. 635, no. 59), very fine and very rare 
[PI. XIV] 1 

313 Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 5 Nov. 1688. William 
III of Orange in Roman costume, tramples upon the shield of France, 
and holds up that of England, in the distance the disembarkation 
of his army, HANC extollit, illam deiicit, in exergue ^tern.(E 

MEM : E.Xl'ED : PRINC : AUR : BATAV : ADJUVANT : AD LIBER : ANG . 

CLASSis SOLVIT XI APPULiT XV NOV : 1 688 ; ^^ The Belgic Lion to 
left holding tiie cap of Liberty, a branch of laurel, and a rose upon 
the globe, in its other paw it wields a sword, and turns its head, 
with a menacing look, towards the sun marked with the fleur-de-lis 
of France, distant view of a fleet, MINATUR SOLI, SED FA VET ORBI ; 
in exergue, LEO UELGicus (2-3. Med. III. I, p. 638, no. 63) 
Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 1688. Bust of 
William 111 of Orange to right, hair long, in lace cravat, armour 
and scarf across the body, the truncation is marked 1688, GVLIEL- 
MVS . Ill .!).(;. PKIN . AVR . HOL . ET . WES . GVB, below G B . F 

(George Bower fecit) ; Jl The Prince on horseback at the head of 
his army, drawn up on the ])each, his fleet lying near at anchor, in 
the foregiouml a warrior is raising the fainting figure of Justice, 
TKRKAS . ASTK.LA . RLUISIT ; OU edge NON . RAPIT . IMPERIUM . UIS . 

TLA .SKiK RKCIPIT (2. Med. III. I, p. 639, no. 64), very fine and 
rare 2 

3U Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 1688. William 
III of Oiange, armed and habited as a Roman Emperor, tramples 
upon the serpent of Discord, and joins hands, over a blazing altar, 
with Britannin, who wears a triple crown ; behind her the armorial 
shield of Hiitain, with Scotland in the flrst quarter, is suspended to 
an orange-tree, entwined with roses and thistles ; in the distance 
are seen King James, and Father Petre, flying, the latter carrying 
the Piince, who is playing with a windmill ; a rising sun typifies 
the hopeful stale of England ; DEO VINDICE lUSTITIA COMITE. ; 
u. A. I". (It. .Vrondtaux fecit); 51 Boats landing troops near a 
f()rtifie<l harboui- ; fleet in the distance; CONTRA INFANTEM PER- 
DITIOMS ; in exergUf, KXl'EDrriO NAUALIS PRO LIBERTATE ANGLI/E . 

.MDCLXXXViiL (Ml."). Mrd. III. I, p. 639, 710. 65). An orange-tree, 
beiu;ith which is Ilritannia armeil, h^aning upon a Bible on an altar, 
and beaiiiig on lici- lance the cap ()f Liberty; on the other side is a 
column, .sui'iiiomited l>y llu; shielil of lOngland, crowned, to which 



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Lot 314 — continued. 

is attached a scroll inscribed, britan : ontroert . wet . gevelt . 
PRINC d'orangie ONS HERSTELT. ; on the base of the column, 1688 ; 
SOLI DEO GLORIA. ; 1^ The Belgic Lion, holding arrows and sword 
wreathed with laurel, rests one foot upon the Bible and tramples 
on the serpent of Discord ; on the ground lies a prostrate column, 
inscribed, mag . CART , ; in the distance, a fleet approaching land 
on which are church and houses ; above, TORBAY ; in the field, 

BRITANNIA. ; IN TVITIONEM RELIG . PROTES . (I'T. Med. III. I, p. 641, 

no. 67), very fine 2 

315 Flight of Prince James, 9 Dec. 1688. Father Petre, mounted on 

a lobster, holds in his arms the young Prince, on whose head is a 
small windmill ; near them is a ship with French colours, allons 
MON PRINCE nous sommes EN BON CHEMIN. ; in exergue, lAC . 
FRANC. EDUARD . SUPPOSEE . 20 JUIN . 1688; ^ Armorial shield 
bearing a windmill ; instead of a crown in a Jesuit's cap, whence 
descends a rosary for a collar inscribed, HONY . SOIT . qui . BON . Y . 
PENSE. ; for a badge, a lobster, LES ARMES ET l'ordre DU PRETENDU 
PRINCE DE GALLES. (1-25. Med. III. I, p. 643, no. 71). Variety of 
above medal with a slightly different die for the rev. in which the 
motto reads, HONY . soiT . QVi . NON . Y . pense. (1-25. Med. III. i, 
p. 644, 710. 72) 2 

Very rare. Also struck at Gotha, and, like the previous one, a satire upon 
the birth and flight of the young Prince. 

316 Flight of Prince James, 9 Dec. 1688. Belgium armed and bearing 

the shield of William III of Orange is welcomed by Britannia, whose 
dress is richly ornamented with roses and thistles ; near her is her 
crowned shield and a column decorated with lions' heads as a capital, 
and surmounted by the cap of Liberty • in the distance, William's 
fleet ; above, beams from heaven, M . BRIT . EXP . NAV BAT . lib . 1 

REST . ASSERTA. 

9> An eagle casting a young bird out of a nest, built on the top of a 

rock, and in which two eaglets remain ; in the distance, William's 

fleet, INDIGNUM EIICIT. ; a Avreath of roses and oranges forms a 

border 

(2-3. Med. III. I, p. 644, no. 73), very fine and rare [PL XIV] 1 

Struck in Holland. Britain retained the two daughters of James II. Mary 
and Anne, so two eaglets are kept in the nest, but another bird, a gosling, is 
rejected, as a type of the young Prince, here considered a changeling. 

317 Oval Medallion, with repoussti portrait of James IJ, on his death 1 



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WILLIAM AND MARY. 

1688—1694. 
Gold. 

318 Coronation, i| April, 1689. Busts conjoined to right of William 

and Mary, both draped ; he, hair long, is laureate, GVLIELMVS . ET . 

MARIA . REX . ET . RE(;iXA. 

$1 Jove thunders against Phaeton, falling from his chariot ; the earth 
in flames, NE TOTVS ai;svmatvr. ; in exergue, inavgvrat . ii . 
AP. 1689 

(1-35. Med. III. I, p. 662, no. 25), extremely fine 1 

319 Coronation, l\ April, 1689. Busts conjoined to right of William 

and Mary, both draped ; he, hair long, is laureate, GVLIELMVS . ET . 

MARIA . REX . ET . REGINA. 
$1 Jove thunders against Phaeton, falling from his chariot ; the earth 
in flames, NE totvs absvmatvr. ; in exergue, INAVGVRAT . 11 . 
AP . 1689 

(l-3.'>. Me<l. III. I, /'. 662, no. 25), extremely fine 1 

320 Coronation. Busts conjoined to right of William and Mary, both 

draped; he, hair long, is laureate; she has lovelock on right 

shoulder, (iVLIELMVS . ET . MARIA . D . G . ANG . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . 
ET . REGINA . FID : DEF : &C. ; below, G B. F. 
$1 Perseus delivering Andromeda from a sea monster, pretivmq . ET . 
CAVSA. LAi;0PJS. ; in exergue, 1689 

(1-45. Mai. III. \, p. 663, no. 26), very fine 1 

321 Coronation Festival at the Hague, \\ April, 1689. Shield of 

William III, as Prince of Orange, crowned, within the Garter, 
BRITTAN . LIBER . UELIG . lU.STIT. LEG. VIND M.D.C.L.XXXIX 
\}. An armed female figure, holding staff surmounted by the cap of 
l^iberty, leans upon a Bible, placed on an altar decorated with the 
rose of Knglaiid and the arrows of the provinces, HANG TUEMUR 
IIAC NITIMIU 

(1-3. Med. III. ]. G17, no. ^3), very fine 1 

322 Coronation Festivities at Rotterdam, l] April, 1689. A palm- 

tree, to which is attached the shield of Rotterdam, on a band 

beneatli KOTKUoDAMUM, a distant view of the city, and the river 
Meuse 

^ A feast in front of ;i triumphal arch decorated with a bust of 
William III, and inscribed principi PATRLE QUE S . C ., in front 
the statue of Erasmus 

(1-2. Mel. III. I, p. 678, no. bb), fine 1 



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323 William and Mary, by Boskam. Bust of William III, laureate, hair 

long, INVICTISSIMVS GVLIELMVS . MAG ; below bust, I . BOSKAM . F C 

^ Bust of Mary to left, hair decorated Avith strings of pearls, MARIA ii . --^ / V 

D. G. MAG. BRIT , FRAN . HIB .REGINA., I . B . F. ' » 

(1'5. Med. III. I, p. 689, no. 77), in hrilliant condition and rare 
[PI. XV] 1 

324 Mary Regent, 1691. Bust of Mary to left, laureate, hair long and 

entwined with pearls, MARIA. D G M BRIT FRAN ET. HIB REGINA. ^ 

F D . P A ; below, I . s. ' . ^ 

^ Lioness at mouth of cave in which are three cubs, tramples upon * ' ~ ■ 
snakes, the lion is departing, TE . ABSENTE TUEBOR ; in exergue, 

REGI REDUCI. 

(1*45. Med. III. u,p. 1, no. 152, very fine and rare), unpuhlished in 
this metal [PI. XV] 1 

325 Congress of the Allies, &c., 1691. William III, habited as a 

Roman emperor, holding the Christian standard and accompanied 

by Hibernia with olive branch and shield, arrives in an open galley / 

and is received by Holland standing on the quay, at her side a lion, .. < .^ 

UNUS PUGNAXDO RESTITUIT REM. * » ^ 

9> Before the front view of the triumphal arch of three avenues is 
seated Eiiropa resting upon her shield and looking contemptuously 
at a monster, Ac, guilelmo hi. sacrum ; in exergue, congressus . 
c . princ . hag.e mdcxci 

(1-9. Med. III. p. 15, no. \ 81), fine and veri/ rare 1 

326 Athlone, Galway and Sllgo taken, 1691. Busts conjoined of 

William and Mary, l)oth laureate ; he, hair long, wears decorated 
arni'iur; she, with lovelock, is draped, gulielm : rex maria ^ 
REGINA F . D . P A. (the signature of the artist, i smeltzing, appears to 

have been removed from the die before this specimen vjas struck) ^ j-^ 

9: To a lance, surmounted by the Irish caubeen, are attached, in the 
centre, the shield of Ireland, sword, sceptre, branches of laurel and 
orange, and three medallions, murally crowned, containing the sieges 
of ATHLON XXX JUN . X JUL — GALLOWAY . D . XXVI . JUL . VAVG — 
SLEGO D x?v SEPT., ARMIS NOMINSQ. TERRORE. 

(r95. Med. III. II, p. 35, no. 212), verij fine, probably unique 1 

Silver. 

327 William and Mary, 1688-1694. Arrival of William of Orange in 

London, Liberty and Religion restored, 1688 ; the Belgic lion, hold- 
ing arrows and sword, wreathed with laurel, rests one foot upon the .^ / 
Bible and tramples on the serpent of Discord ; on the ground lies a '^'* ' -' "' | 
prostrate column, inscribed, MAG . cart . ; in the distance, a fleet 
approaching land, on which are church and houses ; above, TOKBAY ; 
in the field, Britannia, in . tvitionem . relig . protes. 

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Lot 327 — rontinni'd. 
^jl Inscription, 

DE LEEXTVV . NU DOOR . DEN PRINS GEREDT . 
ORANGIE HEIR . ZYN MAOT . BY SET . 
DIE OVER . ZEE IX TORHAY LAND 
EN EXON . EERST. SYN STANDAAR PLANT. 
EN RYKT SO VOORT . NA LONDON KEEN 
HERSTELT. DE CHARTERS VAN'T GEMEEN 
DE GODSDIENST TOT SYN OVDE PRAGT . 
TEN SPYT DES VYANDS WORDT HERBRAGT . 1688 
(1-75. Med. in. I, p. 648, no. 2), veni fine' 1 

Tho editors of Mid. III. mention this piece as always cast, but this example 
is undoubtedly struck, and as such is probably unique. 

328 Flight of James II, 2 Jan. [N.S.] 1689. Bust of James II to left, 

hair confined in a bag, in mantle fastened with brooch on the 
shoulder, lACOliUS II BIUTAN : REX FUGITIV. ; ^L A column, struck 
and broken by lightning issuing from the name of Jehovah in 
Hebrew, railiate : view of London from the south, NON ICTV 
HVMANo, SEI» FI.ATV DIVINO. ; in exergue, SPONTE FUGIT JACOB : II 
ANG : REX L . 20 DEC : CAPTUS 23 D . 1 688 . ITERUM FUGIT 2 IAN : 
1689. s. X. (1-9. MrA. III. I, p. 649, no. 3) 
Administration offered to William, 3 Jan. [X.S.] 1689. Bust of 
James II to left, hair confined in a bag, &c. ; same as last; 5^ A 
large oak bioken down : near it flourishes an orange-tree ; sun rising 
above sea witli sliips, iMto (;laxdip.VS AVitEA POMA. ; in exergue, 
POST Fr(;AM i:F,<ilS, DKLATA RKGNI ADMINISTRATIO principi auria : 
3 IAN : 1689. s. N. (1-9. Med. III. i, p. 651, 710. 6), both very fine 2 

329 James II arrives in France, 4 Jan. [X.S.] 1689. Bust of James II 

to left, lauicate, hair long, in mantle across the biea.st ; beneath, a 
rose, lAcoiirs fi ]).(;. p.uitanniaru.m imperator. ; before and 
after legend, a stai- ; l}. A vixen setting fire to a tree in which an 
eagle has her nest ; in the distance, another eagle is carrying off a 
fox's cub; in exeigue, 4 . L\N : 16S9., .MA(;NIS INTEItDUM PARVA 
NoCKNT. KKtJNo AIIDICATO IN GALLIAM APPt'LIT. S. N. (2-35. Med. 
III. I. /'. 6o2, 11". 7), rrri/ fine 

Throne declared vacant, 28 Jan. [O.S] 1689. A bear, wearing a 
rosary, is seveiely stung l)y bees from three hives which it has 
overtuinc.I, imkna comhs sc:elkris. ; in exergue, SIC LIBERTATEM 
ri;i.!i;ii>ni:m<j : i;i;irANM a si'omantiius vindicant. isidclxxxviii. 
s. n. ; 1/ An the nidhd of .lames II on the ojienirig of the Scottish 
I'arh'anieiit, Ifls.') (.1/,-,/. ///. i, j'- 607, no. 10), fine and aj^jjarentli/ 
unpnhlislii'd 2 



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330 Louis XIV receives James II, 1689. Bust of James II to left, 

laureate, hair long, in mantle across the breast; beneath, a rose, 
lACOBVS II D . G . BRITANNIARUM IMPERATOR. ; before and after 
legend, a star; same as no. 7; ^> The sun partially eclipsed by 
the moon ; below, coast, with ships at sea, ORBATA luce lucidum 
OBSCURAT. ; in exergue, LUD : XIV GALL : rex admittit iac : II 

BRIT : REGEM FUG : VII IAN : MDCLXXXIX. ; S. N. (2-35. Med. III. I, 

p. 654, no. 13) 
Throne declared vacant, 28 Jan. [O.S.] 1689. A bear, wearing 
a rosary, is severely stung by bees from three hives which it has 
overturned, PCENA . COMES . SCELERIS. ; in exergue, sic libertatem . 

RELIGIONEMQ : BRITANNI A SPOLIANTIBUS . VINDICANT . MDDCLXX- 

VIII ; s. N. ; $1 A bear, wearing a rosary and a Jesuit's cap, is driven 
towards the Sorbonne by hands from heaven, holding a staff and a 
cord attached to a ring passing through its nose, fortem VIS roRTiOR 

URGET. ; in exergue, BRITANNIA A DUPLICI ARBITRAR : PAPALIQ : 
OPPRESSIONE LIBERATA . 1689 {IQ. Med. III. I, p. 656,710. \<6),hoth 
very fine and rare 2 

331 William and Mary, Restorers of the Church, 1689. Busts conjoined 

to right of William and Mary, both draped ; he is laureate, gvliel- 

MVS . ET . MARIA . D . G . ANG . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . ET . REGINA . 

FIDEI . DEFENSORES . &. ; below, G B. F. (George Bower fecit.) 
9: On a pedestal, inscribed, ^RE PERENNivs. is a statue of William III 
in Roman costume, resting his right hand upon his sword, and hold- 
ing the model of a church on his left ; at the side of the pedestal 
are figures of Time and History recording his career ; over him, 
rays from heaven, C^LO . DELABITUR . alto. ; on edge, DUM . MICAT . 

HOC . GEMINUM . SYDUS . FUGIT . ATRA TYRANNIS. ; same as no. 22 

(2-05. Med. III. i, p. 658, no. 18), both struck, one icith plain edge, 
very fine 2 

332 Roman Catholic Chapels destroyed, 1689. Busts conjoined to '- 

right of William and Mary ; as last 
9= People rejoicing around a bonfire in Lincoln's Inn Fields, while the '^ j^ i — / /» 
emblems of Popery are consumed, NEC . lex . EST . JUSTIOR . ulla. 
(2'05. Med. III. I, p. 660, no. 21), fine and very rare 1 

333 Roman Catholic Chapels destroyed, 1689. On a pedestal, 

statue of William III in Roman costume, his right hand resting on 
a sword and holding the model of a church in his left hand ; at the 
sides of the pedestal are seated figures of Time and History, c.elo 

DELABITUR . ALTO . 

5= as medal in last lot, edge plain 

(2 'OS. Med. III. I, p. 661, no. 22), very fine and very rare 1 

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334 Coronation, 1| April, 1689. Busts conjoined to right of William 

and Mary, both draped ; he, hair long, is laureate, gvlielmvs . ET . 
MAHIA.REX. ET . REGINA. ; ]Jl Jove thunders against Phaeton, 
falling from his chariot ; the earth in Haraes, NE totvs absvmatvr. ; 
in exergue, inavgvrat. ii . Ar . 1689 (1-35. Med. III. I, p. G62, 
iw. 25). Busts conjoined to riyht of William and Mary, both 
draped ; he, hair long, is laureate ; she has lovelock on right 

shoulder, gvlielmvs . ET . MAIUA . D . G . AXG . ERA . ET . HIB . REX . 
ET . REGINA . FID : DEF : ttc. ; below, G B. F. ; \]i Perscus delivering 
Andromeda from a sea monster, pretivmq . ET . CAVSA . laboris. ; 
in exergue, 1689 (1 '45. Med. III. I, p. 663, no. 26). Busts conjoined 
to right of William and Mary ; he, laureate, hair long, is in armour 
and mantle; she is draped, and has lovelock on the right shoulder, 

GULIELMUS ET MARIA I) . G. I'.RITANNORUM REX ET REGINA F . D. ; 
51 Perseus and Aiuiromeda, <S:c. ; same as the preceding (\'i5. Med. 
III. I, p. 664, /((). 28), rev )j fine 3 

335 Coronation, l\ April, 1689. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair very long in front of the shoulder, in cravat, armour, and 
George of the Garter suspended to riband, WILH . Iii . D . G. ANG . 
SCO. FR. ET. Ill . REX . BR. AVR. ; below, (J. H. ; I^ Bust of Mary 
to left, hair collected behind by rows of pearls, curls floating 
behind, with pearl necklace and mantle fastened with brooches in 
front and on the shoulder, MARIA . L> . G . AXG . SCO . FR . ET . Hi . 
REGLNA. ; l)elow, L (; L. ; on edge, CORONAT . D . XI . APRIL. ANNO . 
MDCLXXXix. (10. Med. III. I, p. 666, no. 35). Another, similar 
to the last, l)Ut with the edge inscribed, REX EST CONQVESTOR . 
RED1)IT(.^VK MAKIA SALVTEM. {\-C). Mnl. III. I, p. 667, no. 36). 
Bust of William 111 to right, laureate, hair long, in mantle, WiLH . 
Ill . L) . G . AN(; . SCO . FR . ET HIB . REX, DEF . FID. ; beloW, G. II. ; 
\^ Bust of Maiy to left, I'Cc, MARIA . D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET . 
HI . Ri;(;iNA. ; on edi^e, COltONAT . WESTMONAST . D . XI . APRIL . 

ANNO MDCLXXXIX. ( 1 -55. Med. III. \, p. 667, no. 37), very fine 3 

336 Coronation, \\ Apiil, 1689. Busts conjoined, to right, of William 

and Mary; ht-, lauii'ate, is in decorated armour and mantle fastened 
wirh hioofli oil the shoulder, she is draped, (;VL1ELMVS . ET . MARL\ . 
D (; . MA(; . i;i; . li; . KT . IIIB . REX . KT . RE(ilNA., below G B . F . ; 
1/ \\ il!i;iiii and .Mary s.-ated l)eneath a canopy of state, each holding 
sceptre and orb, two i)isli02)s support a crown over their heads ; 

IDdLOl.AilMA . Si;i;vrr\TK . I'KOFLKJA IIS . RELIGIONE . LE(;il5 . 

LII;i;i:tat . KKsTirviis. ; in exergue, 1689 (2-15. Van Loon, iii, 
M79 ; M<d. PI. 1. p, (i(is, nil. 3S), rcrji fine and rare, executed in 
Enijliiiid In i-niiii/n iiuifii/r llir A rrr.<.<'iiin of ll'illiaui and Mary. Busts 
of William and Mary facing each other, within two wreaths of 



85 

Lot 336 — continued. 

rose and orange, supported upon a base consisting of a volume 
inscribed leges angli.«, on which is an open book with seals, sur- 
mounted by the cap of Liberty, at either side a cornucopia, one 
inscribed SAL . reg . contains crowns, coronets, &c., the other in- 
scribed FELIC . PUB . contains corn, fruit, (fee. ; over the wreaths 
are four sceptres, terminating in the royal badges of the kingdom, 
and surmounted by the crown with crest, all beneath the Eye of 
Providence, AUREA poma mixta rosis ; in exergue, D . F . A . 
wiLH . HENR . ET MARIA M . BRIT . R . ; Jl A prostrate uprooted oak, 
near it flourishing orange-tree, fleet in the distance, MELIOREM 

LAPS A LOCAVIT ; in exergue, INAUGURATIONE MAIESTATUM PERACTA . 

LONDINI \\ APRIL 1689, R. A. F. (2-45. Med. III. i,ix 668, no. 39), 
very fine 2 

337 Coronation, \\ April, 1689. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair long, no drapery, GULIELM : III D . G . BRITANN : R . RELIG : 
LIBERTATISQ : RESTITUT, below a rose; ^ The arms of Britain, 
suspended from an orange-tree, entwined with rose and thistle, 
from clouds above issue the words ITE MISSA EST, and lightnings 
directed against James dropping his crown and sceptre, and Father 
Petre carrying away a pyx and the young Prince with his wind- 
mill, both are fleeing, accompanied by the snakes of Discord ; in 

exergue, INAUGURATIS MAIESTATIBUS, EIECTO PAPATU, EXPULSA 
TYRANXIDE, BRITANXIA FELIX 1689 (1-9. Med. III. I, p. 671, no. 43) 
Coronation. Busts of William and Mary facing each other, he, laureate, 
wears cravat, armour with lion's head on the shoulder, ermine robe, 
and star suspended to riband, she is in mantle fastened with brooch 
on the shoulder, and with pearl in front, maius . par . XOBILE . 

SCEPTRIS ; in exergue G . HEXR , ET MAR . PR . AUR . M. BRIT . R . 
1689 ; ^ Belgium, armed, and bearing the shield of William, is 
welcomed by Britannia, near her is her crowned shield and a 
column decorated with lions' heads as a capital, and surmounted 
V)y the cap of Liberty, in the distance William's fleet, above beams 
from heaven, M . BRIT . EXP . XAV . BAT . LIB . REST . ASSERTA 

(2-3. Med. III. 1,2?. 672, 7to. 44), extremely fine 2 

338 Coronation, ^l April, 1689. Busts conjoined, to right, of William 

and Mary, crowned, &g., same as the preceding ; li Garnished 
shield of Britain, crowned, and surrounded by the seven shields of 
William III, behind two sceptres in saltire, PRIXC : AVR : ET XASS : 
HIC TERR.E L.ETITIA (I'T. Med. III. I, p. 674, no. 49) 
Coronation, ]] April, 1689. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 
hair long, in armour with lion's head on the shoulder, and mantle, 



86 

Lot 338 — rontinncd. 

(JVILIELMVS REX ANGL . SCOT . FRANC . ET HYBKRN . PATRI^ DECVS 

ANGLI.E PR.iiSlDiVM, on mantle P. H. M. ; ]^ The Garter, entwined 
by orange branches and decorated with the shields of England, 
Scotland, France and Ireland, within the chronogrammatic inscrip- 
tion gVILIeLM . prInCeps aVrIaCVs . angLL^-: . sCotLe . fran- 
CLe et hIberxLe reX CoronatVr . d. 21 Apr. ; on edge, regia, 

(KEDE MIHI, RET EST, SUCCURRERE LAPSIS, F. K. (F. Kleinert) 

(1-95. Med. III. I, p. 675, no. 50), both very fine 2 

339 Coronation Festival at the Hague, l\ April, 1689. Shield of 

William III, as I'rince of Orange, crowned, within the Garter, 

BRITTAX . LIBKR . RELIG . lUSTIT . LEG . VIND . M.D.C.L.XXXIX ; 

\X An anned female figure, holding staff surmounted by the cap of 
Liberty, leans upon rt Bible, placed on an altar decorated with the 
rose of England and the arrows of the provinces, HAXC TUEMUR 
HAC MTIMUR (1-3. Med. III. I, p. Q11, no. 53) 
Coronation Festival at Amsterdam, || April, 1689. William 
and Mary seated facing, crowned and robed, each holding sceptre 
and orb, (JVILHKLMVS KT MARIA . REX . ET . REGIXA . COROX . APR. 
I j 1689 ; \Ji The Captain, Lieutenant, and Ensign of the City Guard 
of Amsterdam standing facing, over them the arms of the city, TER . 
c;EI)AGTNIS . DAT . op . DE . DAGII . DER . KUOXIXfi . DE WAGHT . 
HAD . I) . COMP . VAX . D . 11 . B. MVIKEXS (i:-3o. Mcfl. III. l,p. 678, 
no. ~)i), holh rorij line and rare [PL XIV] 2 

The sceoiid pi^cc cast, chased, and in vei'v hiirli relief. The Ct)ronation of 
William \\a^ cileliiatcd at Amsterdam with unu>ual s)ilcndour and festivities. 

340 Coronation Festivities at Rotterdam, l\ April, 1689. A palm- 

tree, to which is attached the shield of Kotterdani, on a band 
l)eneath itoTHKoDAML'M. a distant view of the city, and the river 
.Meuse : l;i A feast in front of a triumphal arch decorated with a 
bust of William 111, and inscribed PlilNClPl PATRI.E QUE S . C ., in 
fiDiit the statue of Erasmus (1-2. Mrd. III. \, p. 678, no. 55), {two 

■<jii I'l niiii.<) 

Security of Britain, about May, 1689. Busts conjoined, to right, 
iif \\ dliani and Mary, he, laureate, hair very long, wears cravat, 
armour, antl (leoige of the Gai'tei' suspended to riband, she is in 
lace gov.ti and pearl necklace, (a'H.IEI.MVS ET MARIA REX ET 
i;i:<.lNA i;i:iTANM.i:, Ix-low ]•. ii. m. ; \)^ Bi-itannia, holding a cross, 
scales, (dinuctipia, and stall" with the cap of Lil)erty, is seated 
to left n])on a rock under the shadow of a united rose and orange 
tree, amid uhn.M' luanches is a crown, and tramples upon emblems 
of t yraiuiy and anarchy, behind her a prow and her shield, AUREA 



87 
Lot 340 — continued. 

FLORIGERIS SUCCRESCUNT POMA ROSETIS ; in exergue, SECURITAS 
BRITANNIJS RESTITUTA. 1689, P- H. M. on edge, EXTERNO MALE PRESSA 
lUGO BRITANNIA PRIDEM, IN PRISCAS ITERAM RESPIRAT LIBERA LEGES 

(2-15. Med. III. I, p. 681, 110. 60) 3 

341 Toleration Act, 1689. Bust of William III to right, laureate, hair 

long, in armour with lion's head on the shoulder, and mantle, 

GVILIELMVS REX ANGL . SCOT . FRANC . ET HYBERN . PATRI^ DECVS 

ANGLIC PR.ESIDIVM, on mantle P. H. M. $1 Britannia, crowned and 
bearing a sceptre, is accompanied by Eeligion, holding a cross and 
an open Bible inscribed VERB . DEI MANET IN ^ternvm, and by 
Liberty carrying a cornucopia and a scroll inscribed Teft, she 
tramples upon the fires, chains, and yokes of superstition and 
tyranny, and seizes the hand of William, at whose side is the Belgic 
Lion, TE servatore non servimus ; in exergue, restitutori 

BRITANNL^ 1 689, on edge, REGIA, CREDE MIHI, RES EST, SUCCURERE 

LAPSIS, F. K. (1-95. Med. III. I, p. 683, no. 64) 
William and Mary. Bust of William III to right, hair long, in 
armour with IV R in cypher on the breastplate, and mantle fastened 
with brooch on the shoulder, guli . hi . d , G . BRIT . FRAN . ET . 
HIB . REX . F. D . P . A . ; ^ Bust of Mary to left, hair confined in 
a knot behind, love-lock, in mantle with fringe and fastened with 
brooch on the shoulder, MARIA . D . G . M . BRIT . FRAN . ET . hib . REG . 
F . D . P . A , (1-95. Med. III. I, 686, no. 10), fine and scarce 2 

342 William and Mary. Bust of William III to right, laureate, hair 

long, in armour, with straps on the shoulder, and ample mantle, 

WILHELM . D : G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET HIB . REX . ; R Bust of 

Mary to right, hair confined behind with pearls, love-locks, with 
pearl earring, necklace, and pearls round the gown, brooches in front 
and on the shoulder, MARIA D : G . MAG . brit . FRAN . ET HIB . REG . 
(1-9. Med. III. I, p. 690, no. 78), very fine. Shield of Britain, with 
Nassau in an escutcheon of pretence, above two sceptres crossed and a 
crown, from which descends a wreath supported at the ends by two 
infant genii seated on cushions, and bearing medallions marked 
W and M ; 9= The monogram of W M crowned, four times repeated, 
and alternating with a floral ornament, forms a rich circle, in the 
centre of which is an open rose (1-2. Med. III. i, p. 696, no. 96) 2 

343 Londonderry Relieved, 28 July[0. S.], 1689. Bust of Louis XIV 

to left on a pedestal, inscribed LUDOVIC : MAGNUS IN GERMANIA 
BARBARUS IN . GALLIA TYRANNUS Obs : Mogunt : ct bonce, Gallia with 
an empty basket at her feet, and Germania, in rags, with shackles 
on her legs, a torch at her feet, and a burning city in her hand. 



If 



88 

Lot 343 — continued. 

hold over him a broken wreath, above storm of thunder, sieges of 
cities in the distance : Jt Bust of William III to right, laureate, on 
a pedestal, inscribed WILHELM : MAXIMUS IN . BELGICA LIBERATOK 
IX . BRITANNIA RESTAURATOR Li/' : Londonderry 1 689, Pallas, with a 
Bible and an olive branch, and Plenty, with a cornucopia, hold a 
wreath over him beneath the rays of heaven, ships advancing to 
the relief of Londonderry (Iw.t. Med. 111. I, 697, no. 97) 
Fortunes of Rebellion, 1689. A Hydra, one head crowned, 
trampling upon the sword and scales of Justice, NUMERO NON lURE 
VALEBAT; in exergue, ANNO NOVI DOMINI PRIMO; Ijl Fortune 
standing on a globe perforated by a serpent, one side of the figure 
has a boar's head, holds an axe, and looks towards the Tower, dated 
1684 ; the other side has a human face, that of William, holds a 
crown, and looks and moves towards Whitehall, dated 1689, ILLE 
CRUCEM Hic DiADEMA TULIT (r9. Med. III. I, jj. 698, no. 99), very 
fine 2 

344 Dutch Discontents, 1690. Bust of William III to right, hair long, 

smooth on the crown of the head, in armour and ample mantle, 
fastened with brooch on the shoulder, M . WILH . henr . P . AYR . 
M . BRITANN TYRANN ., below T. Stueltzing ; l;l Absolom suspeJided 
by his hair troni a tree, his horse galloping away, ECCE . MANVS . 
ABSOLOM ; in exergue, GELVCKIGH . HOLLAND . (2-3. Med. III. 1, 
700, no. 104), {two specimens, both cast and chased) 
Mary, Regent, 1690. Bust ot Mary to right, hair compact, bound 
with fillet, drawn back from the face, love-lock, in mantle fastened 
with l)roocli on the shoulder, MARIA . II . D . G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . 
HH! . RE(;iN.v . ; 1^ A full moon shining amid clouds and stars, land- 
scape below, VEI.VT . INTER . IGNES . LVNA . MINORES . (1-9. Med. 
III. I. p. 704, w). HI), vera fine 3 

'J'lii> incdiil is the work df one of the lioelliers. Ii was executed possibly 
Hoon after tlir pas-iiii: of the Ilegeucy Bill. 7 May, ItiitU. The last piece unpub- 
lished ill -ilvi'i'. 

345 Action off Beachy Head, 1690. Bust of Louis XIV to right, hair 

long, in armour, INVICTISSIMVS LVDOVICVS MAGNVS 
^ Naval engagement, in front Louis XIV as Neptune, in a marine car, 
brandishing a tridtnt ; on the car the arms of France and the mono- 
gram / .S", m.\t\i;atk iv(;am; illi impekivm pklacu ; in exergue, 

Pll.NA AD |;KVI:s . am; ; HAT . C,» . VNA FV(; . I). X . IVL . 1690. 

('J-9. Mnl. ///. I, J,. 70t», nu. 1-22), ver)/ fine and rare 1 

34(3 Battle of the Boyne, KiHO. Bust of William III to right, in scale 
pattern cuirass and with lion's head on puuldrons 
1/ William on horsehack, u> left, commanding, and about to cross a 



89 

Lot 346 — continued. 

river, in the background is the battle, JACOB and LAUSUN are 
fleeing, walker lying dead on one side, and schomberg on the 
other, APPARUIT ET dissipavit ; in exergue, LIBERATA HIBERNIA 
MDCLXXXX. I. LUDER FECIT. 

(2-25. Med. III. i, p. 715, no. 135), very fine and rare I 

348 Battle of the Boyne, 1690. Bust of William III to right, lau- 
reate, hair long in front of both shoulders, in armour and mantle, 

GVILH . Ill . D . G. MAG . BRI . FRAN . ET HIB . REX ; on truncation, 

R. A. F. (R. Arondeaux fecit) ; Ijl William on horseback to right, 
crosses the river at the head of his cavalry, on the opposite bank 
the enemy fleeing, ET VULNERA ET INVIA SPERNIT ; in exergue, 

EIICIT lACOBUM RESTITUIT HIBERNIAM . MDCXC. (I'O. Med. III. I, 

p. 716, no. 136) 
James II flees from Ireland, 1690. Bust of James II to left, 
hair confined in a bag, in mantle fastened with brooch on 
shoulder, iacobus ii britan : REX FUGITIV ; \}: a stag with wings 
to its feet, running to left at speed, looking back with terror, behind 
broken tree, and in the distance view of Waterford, pedibus TIMOR 
ADDiDiT alas ; in exergue, fugit et hibernia d . 12 . iulii . 1690 . 
S. N. (Jan Smeltzingof Niraeguen) (1-9. Med. Ill, I, p. 719, 710. U2), 
both very fine 2 

319 William enters Dublin, 1690. William on horseback to left, 
commanding, and about to cross a river, in the background is 
the battle, JACOB (King James) and LAUSUN are fleeing, walker 
lying dead on one side, and SCHOMBERG on the other, apparuit ET 
DISSIPAVIT; in exergue, liberata hibernia mdclxxxx. i. luder 

FECIT. 

'^ William, with one hand upon a blazing altar, presents a cap of 
Liberty to Hibernia, James and a French soldier are fleeing, FOCOS 
SERVAVIT ET . ARAS. ; in exergue, expuls . gal . ET . rebel . 

DVBLIN . TRIVMPHANS . INTRAVIT. 

(2"2o. Med. III. i, p. 721, no. 145), very fine and rare 1 

350 Battle of the Boyne, 1690. Bust of William III to right, &c., 

same as Med. III. no. 132 '■ 

5c William on horseback to left, commanding, and about to cross a 
river; in the background is the battle, JACOB and LAUSUN are .-"^ 
fleeing, walker lying dead on one side, and schomberg on the 
other ; APPARUIT ET dissipavit ; in exergue, liberata hibernia 

MDCLXXXX, I. LUDER FECIT 

(2-25. Med. III. 1, p. 7lo, no. \'ii),very fine and rare [PL XIVj 1 



4^ '^ _^ 



90 

351 Amnesty in Ireland, September, 1690. Bust of William III to 

right, laureate, hair long, in mantle, WILH . ill . D . G . ANG . SCO . 
FR . ET HIB . REX, DEF . FID. ; below, G. H. ; same as no. 37 
{t William standing to right, crowned with laurel by Victory, presents 
an olive branch to Hibernia, kneeling before him and holding her 
shield, HIBERNIA RESTITVTA. ; in exergue, MDCXC. ; on edge, ARMIS 

IVNGIT AMOR NUNC TERTIA REGNA DVOBVS. 

(1-55. Med. III. I, p. 721, jio. 146), fine and very rare 1 

This alludes to the (leclaration of amnesty which William issued after his 
arrival in Dublin. 

352 Return to Holland, 1G91. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair long, in armour with rays in front, and mantle with fringe, 
GULIELM : III D . G . BRIT : R . AR : PR : BELG : GUB. ; below, mono- 
gram of / S. 
\]c The rising sun shining upon the coasts of Holland, the sea covered 
with shipping, RECREO, DUM REDEO. ; in exergue, MDCXCI. 

(2-3. Med. III. n,p. 4, no. 158), very fine andrare [PI. XIV] 1 

353 Triumphal Entry into the Hague, 1691. Entry to palace with 

view of (jourtyartl ; 1^ William and his suite in an open boat, near 
the shore at uRAXiE . FOLD, a horseman approaching it, fleet at a 
distance ; on a band above, SERVANDUM. SERVATUS. ; in exergue, 
DIE . Tor : N(JCTE(J : IX : SCHAP : FLUCT : APPUL : IN . HOLL : D . 
31 . IAN : 1691. (1-95. Med. III. ll, jj. 12, no. 174). 

Fireworks at the Hague, &c., 1691. The three principal tri- 
uniithal arches erected at the Hague, within three circles, formed 
])y two branches of laurel, to which are attached the shields of 
Holland and the Hague, and from which is suspended a drapery 
ins(ril)ed, M . R . (U'LIELMO III VICTORI L . P . REDUCI . D . XXXI IAN : 
MDCXCI.: \Jl a pcdf.stal, decorated with the platform for the fire- 
works, V FKi". . MDCXCI., on it is planted an orange-tree, the stem 
entwined by lauiel and palm branches, among the branches of the 
tree are the four iJritish sceptres and a medallion of William, from 
the ends ai-e suspended two medallions representing William in an 
o|»eti boat, xxxi IAN'., and the procession approaching the triumphal 
arch l)cfore tlir palace, V FEB., (;UIJ : III D . (; . M . BR : FR : ET HIB : 
11 . F . D. ; on ihi' i)i;dc.stal, I. SMELTZIN(; . F. (2-25. Med. III. ll, p. 14, 
no. ISO), JiiH' 'I III/ rare 2 

354 Congress of the Allies, Feb. 1691. Jupiter seated in the midst of 

the gods in council. 

INCF.NrFS .\\L\|((, DKiNAS lOVE CONCIPIT IRAS 
C<)NCll.ir.Mi,>\I-; \()CAT. : 



91 

Lot 354:— continued. 

in exergue, CONVENTUS fcederat . principi preside guilielmo hi . 
R . BRIT . KAGM COMIT . CELEBR . 1691., P. H. M. ; ^ Courage and 
Concord in the presence of Prudence, unite hands over an altar 
ornamented with a wreath and inscribed, sal . PVBL . S., CONSILIO 
CONCORDIA ET FORTITVDINE. ; below, P. H. M. ; edge, chronogram- 
matic, reX regVM consVLta DeVs fortVnet VbIqVe., f, k. 
(Med. III. u, p. 16, no. 182). Another, Prudence seated, holds a 
dart, and with her mirror concentrates the rays of the sun and directs 
them to the destruction of a pile of French and Turkish arms, 
CVRA HVC tradvcitvr omnis., g. h. (Georg Hautsch) ; 9) Three 
hands united over two crossed standards, antique prow below, 
CONCORDIA PRINCIPVM. ; in exergue, FOEDERATI PRINCIPES CONSILIA 
CONFERVNT HAG^E COM. 1691 ; on edge, IBI SALVS, VBI MVLTA CON- 
SILIA. (1-65. Med. III. u, p. 17, no. 183), ve^-y fine; another, with 
plain edge ; all very fine 3 

355 Cornelius Tromp, 1691. Bust of Tromp to right, hair long, in 

large cravat, armour and mantle, CORN : TROMPIO COM : SYLL : EQ : 
ORD : ELEPH : BAR : 
^ Inscription, HOLLANDL-E ET WESTFRISI^ ARCHITALASSO . GALLORUM 
BRITANNOR : SUECORUM VICTORI FORTI FELICI . HUNC NUMM : CUD : 
lUSS : H.ERED . CIO IOC XCI. 

(1-9. Med. III. II, p. 25, no. \9Q), fine and .■icarce 1 

Cornelius was the son ot' Martin Tromp, who fell in the memorable engage- 
ment in Aug. lt)53. 

356 Battle of AgliPim, 1691. Busts conjoined, to right, of William and 

Mary, both laureate : he, hair rather long, wears scale armour and 
embroidered mantle ; she is draped, with brooch in front, GULI : 

ET MARIA D . G . M . BRIT : FR : ET HIB : REX, ET REGINA ; below, 
I. SMELTZING . F. 
1^ Battle, in front cavalry hotly engaged, HIBERNIS, GALLISQ : 
DEVICTIS ; in exergue, on a pedestal, PUGNA AD AGHRIM . XXll 
lUL : MDCXCL, S. N. 

(2-2. Med. III. u, p. 29, no. 201), very fine and rare 1 

357 Battle of Aghrim, 1691. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair long, no drapery, gulielm : III D . G . M . BRIT : FR : ET HIB : 
REX F . D. P. A ., below I. s. 
I^ A Lion tramples on a prostrate dog, and claws a fugitive cock, SIC 
UNO FERIT UNGUE DUOS ; in exergue REBELL : ET GALLI PROP : AGRl¥ 
HIB : FUSI : CAPT : AUT C.ES : DUC : EXC : CAST : REL : APPAR : BEL : 
UNIV : 1691 

(1-45. Med. III. u, p. 31, no. 205), very fine and rare 1 



92 

358 Battle of Aghpim, ^| July, 1691. Bust of William III to right, 
laureate, hair long, in figured armour and embroidered mantle 
round the breast, wiLHEM . Ill . D . G. ang . SCO . franc . et . 
HiB . REX, below F. D, w : (F. D. Winter), N. c. A, p. (Neale, Gustos 
Artifex Primus) 
9) A Lion tramples on a prostrate dog, and claws a fugitive cock, siC . 
UNO . FERIT . UNGUE . DUOS ; in exergue, lACOBO . ET . LVDOVICO . 
HIBERNIA . PVLSIS . AD . AGRIM, I 69 1 

(•2. Med. III. U,p. 31, no. 206), very Jirw and very rare [PI. XIV] 1 

3-39 Battle of Aghrim, ^ 2. July, ]691. Bust of William III to right, 
laureate, &c., same as Med. III. no. 205; ^ Hercules, with uplifted 
club, stands over a prostrate Irishman, a Frenchman fleeing, IMPARES 
UNI; in exergue, HIP.EKNIS SUBIECTIS GALLIS FUGATIS MDCXCI 
(1-45. Med. in. u, p. 32, no. 207) 
Athlone, Galway and Sligo taken, \} Sept. 1691. Busts con- 
joined, to right, of William and Mary, both laureate, he, hair long, 
wears decorated armour ; she, with love-lock, is draped, GULIELM : 

REX MARIA REGINA F . D . P. A ., below I. SMELTZING ; $L To a lance, 

bearing the Irish caubeen, are attached in the centre the shield of 
Ireland, sword, sceptre, branches of laurel and orange, and three 
medallions murally crowned, containing the sieges of ATHLON . xxx 

lUN : X lUL. — (;ALL0\VAY D. XXVI lUL . V AUG. — SLEGO . D . ^^y SEPT, 

ARMis, NOMixiS(i : TERRORE ; in exergue, MDCXCI (1-95. Med. III. ii, 
/). 35, no. 112), very fine 2 

360 Limerick taken, j^ Oct. 1691. Busts conjoined, to right, of William 

and Mary, both laureate, he wears scale armour and embroidered 
mantle, she is draped, GULI : ET MARIA D . G. M . BRiT : FR : ET HiB : 
REX, ET KKGINA, below I. SMELTZING . F. 
1;!. Fame flying to right, sounding her trumpet and carrying a mural 
crown, ])alni l)ratich and laurel wreath, above rays from heaven, 
captured arms uj)on the ground, and distant view of a besieged 
town, N()\ H.KC SINK NUMINK DIVUM ; in exergue, LIMR : CAPT : 
HIP. : SLIiACT : M : (»('T : MDCXCI 

(2"2. Med. III. II, /I, 36, no. 215), very fine and rare 1 

361 Pacification of Ireland, Oct. 1691. Bust of William III to right, 

laureate, hair long, in mantle, WILH . ill . D . G . ANG . SCO . FR . ET 
HIB . REX . DEK . I'll) ; \Ji William standing to right, crowned with 
laurel by ^ irtory, pifsents an olive branch to Hibernia, kneeling 
before him and iioMin^ lu;r shield, HIBERNIA RESTIVTA ; in exergue, 
MDCXCI (l-ti. Mnl. Jli.^f. II, J,/. 38, 1,0. 219), very fine 

This i>< witli Ihr dat.- alt. inl ami tlv cduc iii-crihcd AH.MIS IVXCIT AMOR 
NV.vc. TKIM'IA. iu:(;n.\ dvoius., uii])ul)lisli( il with tliis odge. The subjoft of 
this iiu'ihil WduMai.pl} r.|iial!y to the amnesty in Irehmd as to the pacification 
of liiat counirv. 



93 

Lot 361 — continued. 

Pacification of Ireland, Oct. 1691. Bust conjoined, to right, of 
William and Mary, both laureate ; he, hair rather long, wears scale 
armour and embroidered mantle ; she is draped, GULI : ET MARIA 
D . G . M . BRIT : FR : ET HIB : REX . ET REGINA, below D. Trapen- 
tier, F. ; ^ A lion in rage tramples upon a prostrate Hydra, a 
spaniel fawns submissively at the feet of a lioness in repose, view 
of distant city and sea with ships, PARCERE svbiectis, ET DEBEL- 
LARE SVPERBOS ; in exergue, HiB : pacata Cioocxci : on edge, ET . 

REGNARE PARES, ET MIRE SE . INTER AMARE (2-1. Mecl. III. II, 

p. 39, no. 29) ,• both very fine 2 

362 Pacification of Ireland, Oct. 1691. Bust of William III to right, 

laureate, in mantle, WILH . ill . D . G . ang . SCO . FR . ET HiB . 
REX, DEF . FID, below G. H. ; ^ Victory flying to right, with trumpet 
and palm branch, attended by infant genii bearing six shields, with 
plans or views of towns, and respectively inscribed waterfort, 
athlone, limrich, kinsal, londondery and galoway, below 
William commanding at a battle, beyond are views of drogheda 
and DVBLIN ; in exergue, RESTITVTORI HIBERNI/E . MDCXCI : on 

edge, ANNORVM GESTA DVORVM CERNIS : QVID PLVRES FACIENT ? 

(1-6. Med. III. II, p. -tl, no. 224), veri/ fine 
William's Throne established, Oct. 1691. Anglia, Scotia, 
Hibeinia and Gallia, each crowned, and having their dresses marked 
respectively with the rose, thistle, harp and fleur-de-lis, stand around 
an obelisk, dedicated to GUILEL : llll REGN : R ., and decorated with 
his portrait and armorial shield crowned, Anglia and Scotia cross 
their sceptres in front of the obelisk ; }ji William, habited as a 
Roman Emperor, holds out a sword, from the handle of which are 
suspended four crowns: in exergue, quatuor ex UNO (TS. Med. 
III. II, p. 45, 710. 230), fine 2 

363 William's Throne established, Oct. 1691. Bust of William III 

to right, laureate, hair very high and long, in lace shirt, aimourand 
mantle, above bright rays, below the shield of William crowned, 
with supporters, between branches of laurel, wilhelmus . ill . 
D . G . britanniarum . IMPERAT, below D. K. (D. Koene) ; ^ Four 
warriors of England, Scotland, Ireland and Holland, armed, defend- 
ing an orange-tree, foes prostrate and fleeing, distant fleet ; in 
exergue, causa dei est : on edge, regna mari terraque tegit . 
tegiturque vicissim (1-5 hi/ 1-3. Med. III. ii, p. 45, no. 232) 
Peace restored, 1691. Counter. Bust of William III to right, 
laureate, hair long, in armour and mantle, WILHELMVS . REX . ANGL : 
51 sun shining over sea, restitvit . lvcem (■7. Med. III. II, p. 47, 
no. 36), hco exawples ; all very fine 3 



- 94 

.564 Deventer Testimonial, Oct. 1691. Bust of William III to right, 
hair long, in figured armour and mantle fastened with brooch on 
the shoulder, GVILIELMVS MAGNUS ; iji William, habited as a Roman 
Emperor, holding the Christian standard, raises Hibernia, kneeling, 
and pouring from a cornucopia her treasures at his feet, behind him 
a Genius and the City of Deventer are placing upon a column a 
laurel-wreath and a medallion inscribed SAL . PUBL ., HIBERNIA 
SURGE ; in exergue, daven . f . f . cvr . l. m. cioiolxxxxi, 

I. LUDER . F. ; on edge, SPONSOR . SECVRITATIS . PVBLICAE (Med. 

III. II, p. 48, no. 237) 
Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Busts conjoined, to right, of 
William and Mary, both laureate, he, hair rather long, wears scale 
armour and embroidered mantle, she is draped, with brooch in front, 

GULI : ET MARIA D . G . M . BRIT : FR : ET HIB : REX, ET REGINA, 

below I. SMELTZING . F. ; $1 Naval action, in front a French ship 
sinking, ASSKRTA maris imperii gloria ; in exergue, gallorum 

CLASSEDELETA D.XIX,XXIX MAJI . MDCXCII (2-2. Med. III. II, p. 53, 
no. 247), very fine 2 

365 Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Bust of William III to right, hair 
long, in armour with lion's head and straps on the shoulder, and 
mantle round the breast, GVILIELMVS . ill . D . G . MAG . britt . FR . 
ET . HiB REX . F . G (sic), below monogram JTif^F (Jan Boskam 
fecit) 
51 Naval action, a French ship in flames, another blowing up, in front 
is the French Cock fleeing to land before a Lion and a marine 
L^nicorn, which seize the fallen trident ; imperium . PELAGI . nobis ; 

in exergUH, INCENSA . GALL . CLASSE . ANG . ET . BAT . VICTORES . 
MDCXCII 

(2-1. Med. III. u,p. 53, no. 248), fine and rare. 1 

3G6 Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Bust of William III to right, hair 

very long, in scale armour, with lion's head in front and straps on 

the shoulder, and mantle round the breast, GULIELMUS III D . G . 

M . BRIT : FRANC : ET IIIB : REX 

X I C^ ' / ^ ' 5^ Neptune, with features of William, in his car, punishes with his 

trident another, with features of Louis XIV, who has assumed his 
appeai'ance and e^iuipage, SIMILI PtENA COMMISSA LUUNTUR ; in 
exergue, Mini soinE datum 

(2.85. Mc'd. III. II, p. 55, no. 250), rery fine and very rare 
[PI. XIV] 1 

367 Battle of La Hogue, 1G92. Neptune, with uplifted trident, drives 
Louis XIV from his marine car, holding a trident tipped with 



95 

Lot 367 — continued. 

fleurs-de-lis, distant naval action, NON ILLI IMPERIM; SED MIHI 

SORTE DATVM ; in exergUe, GUILIELMO . Ill . M . BRIT . R . OB 
IMPERIUM MARIS ASSERT . P. H. M. 

^ Victory, with laurel wreath and palm, standing on an antique 
galley, on which two infant genii support the shields of England and 
Holland beneath a naval crown, wrecks of ships are floating about, 
and the sun is setting, SE CONDET IN UNDAS ; in exergue, deleta 

AC INCENSA GALLORUM CLASSE . MDCXCII. P. H. M. ; on edge, Chrono- 

granimatic ConCastIgatVs gaLLorVM fastVs et astVs fLVC- 
tIbVs, et pVgna fraCtVs atroCe fragor. f. k. 

{Med. III. II, p. 55, no. 251), very fine and rare 1 

368 Battle of La Hogue, 1692. An armed warrior holds a trident sur- 

mounted by a laurel wreath, &c. ; same as the reverse of Med. III. 
II, f. 56, no. 252) 
^ Two officers in a naval car inscribed RUSSEL ET almonde, one 
holding a drawn sword, the other a trident with a broom attachecf"^ 
to it ; beyond is a view of baefleur, distant ships in flames, and 
LOUIS xiiii, with a trident in his hand, landing in great alarm from 
his marine car drawn by frogs, PSEUDO NEPTUNO MARI EIECTO 

(1-9. Van Loon, iv, 96 ; Med. III. II, p. 57, no. 253), very fine and 
very rare [PL XVI] 1 

369 Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Bust of William III to right, lau- 

reate, hair long, no drapery, gulielm : hi d . G . m . brit : fr : et 
HIB : REX F . D. p. A ., below I. S. ; \]i Two officers in a naval car 
inscribed RUSS : ET ALMON, &c., device similar to that of the pre- 
ceding, but the view of Barfleur is omitted, Louis is called LUDOV : 
XIV, and he has dropped his trident, in the distance is the setting 
sun, DIVUMQ : SIBI POSCEBAT HONOREM ; in exergue, PSEUDONEPT : 
OCEAN : EXP : PUGN : AD BARFL . MDCXCII (1-45. Med. III. U, p. 57, 
no. 254). William III, crowned by Victory, habited as a Eoman 
Emperor, and holding a rudder, stands between Hibernia, with her 
harp, and Belgium, with staff" and the cap of Liberty, and accom- 
panied by her Lion, wilhelm . hi . d . g . mag . brit . fran . et 
HIB . REX GALLORVM VICTOR ; in exergue, CONCORDANT, P. H. M. ; 
^ Naval action, above the Zodiac, the sun about to quit Gemini 
and to pass on to Cancer, Leo and Virgo, SOLIS iter ; in exergue, 
VICT . NAV . DE GALLIS MAX . DIE 29 MAY MDCXCII, P. H.M. ; on 

edge, chronogrammatic ConCastIgatVs gaLLorVM fastVs et 
astVs fLVCtIbVs, et pVgna fraCtVs atroCe fragor, f. k. 
(2-15. Med. III. II, p. 61, no. 262) 2 



ks-'^.-: 



96 

370 Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Busts conjoined, to right, of William 
and Mary, he wears armour and mantle, she is draped, GVL : 
ET . MAR : D : G : M : B : F : ET . H : REX . ET . REGINA ; ijo Naval 
action, Le Soleil Royal in flames, XOX NVLLA . SECVTA . EST : in 
exergue, PVGN : NAV : INT : ANG : ET . FR : 21 . MAY . 1692 (1-95. 
Med. HI. II, p. 64, no. 260). Bust of William III between two 
genii with palm branches, supporting the shields of England and 
Holland, and placed on a pedestal inscribed WILH . ill . ANGL . REX, 
this is within a circular temple dedicated MEMORLE /ETERN^, in 
the intercohimniations are four statues of RVSSEL, ASHBY, DELAVAL 
and ALLEMONDE, and on brackets in front of the columns are four 
busts, beneath each of which are the fleurs-de-lis of France ; in 
exergue, G. H. ; Ipl Fame and Victory, with wreath and naval trophy, 
supporting on eitlier side a tablet, on which History, under the 
direction of Time, is inscribing the names of the ships lost by 
France, above an infant genius holds palm and laurel branches, 
behind a naval action, French ships sinking, the inscription on the 
tablet is voTA ORiiis . class . gall . ab . ang . et holl . delet . 
D . 29 . 31 . Mai . 1692, LE soleil royal . le davfin royal . le 
triomphant . l'orgveillevx . LE victorievx . le vainqvevr . 

LE terrible . l'ILLVSTRE . le FVRI[EV]x . LE FIER[te] . LE MON- 

a[rch.] le suvv[enir.] le . . . . ; on edge, matvrate fvgam, 
regiqvk ostexditk vestro, xon illi imperivm pelagi (1-75. 
Meil. III. IF, />. 07. no. 272), rare 2 

371 Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Bust of William HI to right, lau- 

reate, hail- rather long, in armour and mantle, GULIELMUS . Ill . 
I) . (i. M. BRIT . FILA.N . ET . IIIB . REX . F . D ., below DISHOECKE . F. ; 
IX Naval action, in front a trophy of the arms of England and 
Holland surmounted by a naval crown on a trident, MAR . 
i;rit.\nn . iTLs . (;ai.l . MDCXCii (1-5. Mt'd. III. II, p. 53, no. 246) 
Battle of La Hogue, 1692. Bust of William HI to right, laureate, 
hair Idiii:, in mantle, wilh . ill . D . G . AN(; . SCO . FR . ET HIB . 
RKX, DEF . FID, below G. H. (Georg Hautscli) ; }Ji Naval action, 
the Hag of Le Holeil Royal sinking, sun setting behind French 
ships, .WNc i'i,\i;ii;vs impar ; in exergue, on . class, gall, ab 

AN(; . ET HOLL . \](T . ET DELET . I). 29 . 31 . MAI . A . 1692 ; on 
edge, SIC I'HAEITlONr.KO TANDEM MARE SVFFICIT IGNI {3Ied. III. II, 
p. .")'.), no. 2.")S), ri-rii Jinc and rare 2 

372 Namur taken, 1G'.)2. Bust of Louis XIV to left, laureate, hair 

long, in armour, with lion's head on the breast and straps deco- 

Cj rated with fleurs-de-lis on the shoulder and mantle, LVDOVICVS . 

I MACWS . i;i;X . (IIIMSIIAXISSIMVS, below MAVGER . F. 

]} A pedestal, suinmuutfd l)y a \'ictory and inscribed LvTxjvicvs . 



97 

Lot 372— continued. 

MaGNVS . NaMVRC . VRBEM . ET . ARCES . XXX . DIE . OBSID . CAEPIT . 
SVB . OCVLIS . HiSPAN . ANGL . GeRM . BaTAV . CENTVM MILL , 

M.DC.XCII, at the sides of the pedestal are captured standards, at 
the foot the river gods MOSA and SABis — the Meuse and the Sambre ; 
in exergue, MAVGER . F. 

(2-85. Med. III. ii, p. 68, no. 274), very jure and rare 1 

373 Battle of Steinkirk, 1692. Busts conjoined, to right, of William 

and Mary, both laureate ; he wears scale armour and embroidered 

mantle ; she is draped, GULI : ET MARIE D . G. M. brit : fr : et HIB : 

REX, ET REGIXA, below L. SMELTZING . F. ; ^ A COck furioUsly 

attacking a lion retreating, and holding the Belgic arrows with 
the rose of England, the feathers of the bird strew the ground 
and fill the air, 3 aug : ex UNGUE LEONEM . 1692, PUGN : AD ANGIAM ; 
in exergue, shields of England and Holland amidst French standards 
(2-2. Med. III. i\, p. 74, no. 285), very fine 
The Elector of Saxony. Knight of the Garter, 1693. Bust of 
the Elector of Saxony to right, hair long and high, in armour, 
ermine mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, riband and 
George of the Garter, lOH . georg iv . d. g. dvx . sax .i.e. 
M . A . & . w . ELECT; on truncation, O.f. ; 1^ Armorial shield 
of the Duke of Saxony en signed with the Electoral cap, within 
the Garter, having the motto incuse lUXGiMUR HOC SIGNO : 

QUO XON DISIUNGIMUR UNQUAM : SIC NOSTRA .ETERNTM PECTORA 
lUXCTA MANENT ; on edge, CUSA EST ANGLORUM WILHELMO REGE 

MOXETA, 1693. {Med. III. II, ;;. 79, no. 292), very fine. J G C 4 in 

cypher, with the Electoral cap above, within the Garter, at the 

corners are the four shields of Saxony, Jiilich, Cleves and Berg, 

and below 1693 ; 1^ Two sword, crossed within a Avreath of rue, 

above the Electoral cap, below i. thal (the value of the piece), 

and I. K. (Johann Koch), at the corners are the four shields of the 

Palatinate of Saxony, Orlamiindes Brene and Pleissen, DIS = MALE 

= CERPENDUS QUI :\IALE SENTIT, ERIT (1-6 square. Med. III. II, 

p. 80, no. 293) 3 

The last piece was distributed as a prize to the best shots with a rifle during 
the festivities which were held at Dresden to celebrate the inauguration of 
the Elector of Saxony as a Knight of the Order of the Garter. 

374 Battle of Landen, 1693. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 
hair long, in armour and mantle, INVICTISSIMYS gvillelmvs mag, 
below monogram J'BI(F ^ 

^ Falcon flying to right, pouncing upon a heron, which receives it upon 
its beak, distant towns and battle, FORTI . SIC . VICTOR . VINXTTVR . 
ART ; in exergue, xxix . IVL . MDCXCiii . I. boskam . F. 

(2*35. Med. III. u, p. 86, no. 303), very fine 1 

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375 Battle of Landen, 1693. Bust of William III to left, hair confined 

in a bag, in scale armour, GVLIELMVS . Ill . D. G . BKITANN : REX 

^ A drum beaten by a hand from heaven, the sleeve marked by three 

fleurs-de-lis, distant horsemen fleeing, NON SORT EST d'estre battv 

(1-9. Med. III. II, jA 88, no. 307), very fine and very rare 

[PI. XVI] " 1 

376 Presage of a new ^Era, 1693. Bust of Mary to right, in dress 

and mantle fastened with brooches in front and on the shoulder, 

MARIA D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRANC . ET HIB . REGINA MDCXCIII 

I^ On an architectural terrace, decorated with an eagle, the arms of 
Deventer, stand William and Mary, both in ancient dress, having 
between them a globe, between two cornucopias and surmounted by 
a phoenix, under them are two river gods, THAMISIS and RHENUS, 
behind William is a trophy of French arms, behind Mary are ships, 
&c., above are rays from heaven, SECUR . PUBL . ET FELIX . TEMP . 

REPARATIO . S. C. D. 

(2-25. Med. III. ii, p. 89, no. SOd), fine and rare 1 

This medal is by R. Avondeaux. 

377 Distrust of Louis XIV, 1693. Louis XIV seated to left, on a throne, 

beneath which a snake and vermin are crawling, is fishing for 
Belgians with a hook l)aited with a scroll insciibed PAX ; Minerva 
cautions them by tlie legend NE CREDITE BKLGI, and assures them 
ill the exeigue, ALIQUIS LATET ERROR ; The Belgians show themselves 
aware of tlie treachery by pointing to a traitor whose back is 
marked l)y a tleur-de-lis, and upon whose head snakes are discovered 
by the falling oflf of his fool's cap ; while a snake is coiled round a 
heart in his hand ; I^ An altar, decorated with tlie Belgic arrows, 
iVc. ; with the date correct, MDCXClll (2-2. Mrd,. III. ii, jJ. 92, 
no. 312) 
Duke of Saxe-Gotha, Return from HnuLmd, 30 Aug. (N. S.) 1693, a 
staiiy sk\, atiiiil>t which are as castellations r crowned, within the 
►Saxon garland of rue ; on one side the horse of Luneberg; on the 
other tlie harp of England ; above the shield of Saxony, underneath 
is the city of Gotlla ; VIDIMVS. STELLAS. NOMINIS EIVS IN OUIENTE ; 
\Ji Inscription, l\ M1•:M()1UA^L FAVSTI KEDITVS KX ANGLIA. TRIPLICTQ. 
BKL(;iU FKIDKKICI lUAN^MARINA DJi. DVCLS SAXON : IVL. CLIV. MONT. 
AN(iAH. ET. WHSTI'H. M(»X PATRIS. PATIU.E. :NL DC. XCIII. III. KAL. 
SEPT. (('. \v.) (I-.")."). Med. III. II, ;a 93, no. 314), very rare 2 

378 Duke of Saxe-Gotha, Return from Englainl, 1G93. A wintry land- 

scape ; sun setting l)ehiiid a hill ; TE NON pr.-ESENTE RIGEMVS 
]Ji The Englisli sliii) Catherine ; BREVI CERTVM. QVO. FATA FERENT ; 



99 

Lot 378 — continued. 

in exergue, Katherine, 1693 (c. w.) Christian Wermuth ; edge, 

FRIDERICO. DVCI SAXONI^E. EX. ANGLIA. FELICITER. REDEVNTI. ANNO. 
M.DC.XCIII 

( I -55. Med. III. II, p. 9 2, 710. 313), very fine and very rare [PI. XVJ 1 

379 Dieppe Bombarded, |f July, 1694. William receives the Prince 

of Baden at the gates of his palace, &c., rec . p . badens , lond. ; 

in exergue, lUNXIT . LIBERTAS . AUXIT . SECRETUM . X . IAN . P 
MDCXCIV _ -fc^ 

$1 Neptune in a car drawn by two unicorns, &c., ships bombarding 
Dieppe, et . proximvs ardet vcalegon. ; in exergue, dieppa . ab 

ANGLIS, &C., HOLLANDIS INCENTA D XXII . XXIII . IVL 1694. 

(1-95. Med. III. II, p. 97, no. 320), very fine and rare 1 

380 Havre Bombarded, \^ July, 1694. Bust of William III to right, 

laureate, in armour and mantle, INVICTISSIMVS GVILLELMVS MAG., 
below, monogram, JUK^. 
$0 Brazen bull amid flames ; in the distance, Havre burning and boats 
filled with troops, svis perit ignibvs avctor ; in exergue, portvs . 

GRATIS . EXVSTVS ET . EVERSVS . BOMBARD ANGLO . BATAV . 
MDCXCIIII. 

(2 •35. Med. III. II, p. 97, no. 321), very fine and very rare 1 

381 The French Coast Bombarded, Sept. 1694. A cock lying on its 

back and being bitten by a mouse, legend in two lines 

VENERVNT. GALLI. MISERI. REDIERE CAPONES 
QVIS CASTRAVIT. EOS. MVSCVLVS. VNVS ERAT. 

in exergue, foedvs avgvstanvm prolongatvm ; 9. Pallas standing 
and pointing to a ship bombarding, before her is Louis XIV, who 
kneeling averts his face from her shield, which bears the Gorgon's 
head, terror, maxim vs ex. improviso. ; in exergue, vrbes 
GALLIARVM. MARITIME. FVLMINAT^. M.D.CXCVI, 1694 (1-2. Med. 
III. II, p. 99, no. 324) 
Thomas Neale, 1694. Bust of Neale to right, hair long, slight 
drapery over the shoulders, THO . NEALE ARMIGER; ^ Plain. (1-2. 
Med. III. II, p. 104, no. 330), very fine and rare 2 

382 Campaign of 1694. Seven genii, helmeted, encircle the standard of 

Christianity, trample upon those of France and Turkey, and hold 
those of their own countries, viz., Poland, Spain, Venice, Austria, 
Holland, England and Savoy, virtuti et CONCORDIA CHRISTIAN- 

ORUM. P. H. M. 

5c Victory, bearing three laurel wreaths and a palm branch, advances 
between three river gods, the Danube, the Meuse, and the Rhine, 
petrovaradino liberato, hvyo recepto, rheno traiecto ; in 

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Lot 382 — continued. 

exergue, CONTRA TVRCAS EORVMQVE FCEDERATOS TRIPLEX :^IANORVM 
VICTORIA . 1694. P. H. M. ; otj edge, DOMINVS PROTECTIO TVA : PER 
DIEM SOL NON VRET TE, NEQVE LVNA PER NOCTEM . PS . 121. F. K. 

(1-95. Med. Ill II, p. 101, no, 327), very Jine and rare 1 

383 Death of Mary, 169|. Bust of Mary to right, &c., from the same 

die as the preceding, maria . d . g . MAG . brit . FRANC . ET hib . 

REGINA. below, R. ARONDEAUX . F. 

5^ The body of Mary lying in state under a canopy ; the King seated, 
weeping, at the foot of the bed with attendants behind him ; a 
bishop and two nobles kneeling before him ; in exergue, populis 

LIBEHATIS EREPTA OBIIT VII IAN MDCXCV 

(1.9. Med. III. II, p. 109, no. 339), very fine 1 

384 Death of Mary, 169J. Bust of Mary to left, in embroidered 

mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, MARIA . D . G . MAG . 
BRIT . FRANC . ET . HIB. KEGINA. ; below, I. BOSKAM . F. ; I^ Snake, 
scorpion, &c., same as Med. III. II, p. 110, no. 341 (2'35. Med. III. 
u, p. 116. no. 342), rery fine 
Death of Mary, 169 J. Bust of Mary to right, hair bound with 
fillet, lovelock, in mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, 
MARIA . II . D . (i . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA. ; 1^ Inscription 
across the field, NAT . APR . 30 . 1662 . MOR . DEC . 28 . 1694., 
SVBLATAM EX OCVLIS QV.ERIMVS INVIDI (1-95. Med. Ill II, J). HI, 
no. 343),>/(e 2 

385 Death of Mary, 169^-. Bust of Mary to right, in mantle fast- 

ened with jewel on the shoulder, MARIA II . D . G . MAG . BRIT . 
FRAN . HIT. . KHCiiXA. ; on truncation, I. L. F. : I^ Wisdom, Piety 
and Constancy standing before a funeral pile, whence rises a 
Phoitiix, QVANDO VLLAM INVENIENT PAREM 1 ; in exergue, OBIIT VII . 
ID , IAN . MDCLXxxxv (2-3. Med. III. II, p. 112, no. 345). Bust 
of Mar}' to li^ht, in mantle fastened with jewel on the shoulder, 

M.VRIA II . I) . (i . MAC . BRIT. FRAN . HIB . REGINA . ; OU truncation, 

I. L. F. ; U Ihitannia, holding a reversed torch, is seated in a 
mournful attitude and leans against a monument, decorated with a 
nu'<lallion of MAitiA RE(;iNA ; on the ground lie her shield, a crown, 
and an anchor, iKisTrriA PVBLICA ; in exergue, OBIIT Vll . ID. IAN. 
MDCLXXXXV el-?). Mrd. III. u, p. 114, HO. 348), very fine and nn- 
ri/iiiinon 2 

386 Death of Mary, IG'.ij;. Bust of Mary to riglit, in mantle fast- 

en('(l with jfwel on the shoulder, MARIA . II. D . G . MAG . BRIT . 
FRAN . Hill . i;i:(iiNA ; itelow, I. BOSKAM . F. ; 1^ A monument of 
three gradations, decorated with bas-reliefs representing a grand 



101 

Lot 386 — continued. 

funeral procession ; on the two upper are seated the three Fates, 
with a medallion of MARIA . ii . D . G . between them, VNICA DIGNA 
DEO ; in exergue, viviT . POST . fvnera . virtvs mdcxcv. i. b. f, 
(2-35. Med. III. u, jy. 114, no. 349). Bust of Mary to right, in 
mantle fastened with jewel on the shoulder, MARIA .II . D. G . MAG . 

BRIT . FRAN . HIB . REGINA, below, I. BOSKAM . F. ; $1 A square 
monument, with a has relief representing a sacrifice ; upon it, 
between two small obelisks, is a larger one decorated with a medal- 
lion of MARIA REGINA, over the inscription, maria . ORBIS . 
BRITANNICI . DELICIAE . ET . SOLATIUM . DESIDERATA ; near the top, 
among clouds, are branches of palm and laurel, COELITVS . data . 
COELITVS . RECEPTA . ; in exergue, MDCXCV. I. B. F. (2 -35. Med. 
III. 11, J). 115, no. 351), both very Jine 2 

387 Death of Mary, 169i. Britannia, with clasped hands, kneels before 

an altar, on which is a burning censer, and addresses to heaven 
the prayer of the legend, o serves Anim.-e dimidium Me^., on 
the ground lie her shield, spear, and a cornucopia ; in exergue, 
Britannia Supplex. 1695, i. d. ; rev. A funeral pall decorated 
with the crowned shields of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 
above a radiated celestial crown in clouds, PR.f:LUCET quatuor UNA 
{Med. III. II, f. 120, no. 361). Bust of Mary to left, she wears 
mantle with fringe and fastened with brooch on the shoulder, 

MARIA . D . G . M . BRIT . FRAN . ET , HIB . REG . F . D . P . A ; 9" 

A sarcophagus with a cyprus-tree at each corner, in front is a 

tablet inscribed NATA . XXX . AP . MDCLXII . DENATA . XXVIII . DEC . 

MDCXCIIII . S . v., on it is a laureated skull between two branches 
of palm, above is a radiated circle of stars, below, on the ground, 
are crowns and sceptres, meliori ornata CORONA ; in exergue, 
DISHOECKE . F. (I'D. Med. III. II, p. 121, no. 365), the second very 
fine 2 

388 Death of Mary, 169^. Two flag?, one flying, the other drooping, 

each decorated with a rose, DIE EINE DISER ROSEN 1ST VERBLICHEN ; 
in exergue, MARIA . K . VoN . ENGELLAND stirbt D . 7 . IAN . 1695 
51 The Garter, surmounted by a crown, from whence is suspended an 
orange, DEN aber wird die welt noch lange richen. 

(1-5. Med. III. u, p. 120, no. 363), very fine and rare 1 

389 Oval Medallic Portrait Repousse; rer. Bust of Mary 1 



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WILLIAM III. 

1694—1702. 
Gold. 

390 Namur retaken, 1695. Bust of William III to right, laureate, hair 

long, in armour and mantle, GVILH . Ill . D G MAG BRI . FRAN ET 

f, HIE . REX 

5^ Namur kneeling presents her keys to William, at whose feet the 
til arms of the MOSA and the SABis unite their streams, in the distance 

is Namur, florem galli/E cm . militvm elvdit wilhelmi . virtvs 

VRBIS ARCIS . CASTRI . NAMVRCA VICTOR . MDCXCV 

(1'65. Med. III. II, p. 131, no. 382), very fins and unpublished in 
this metal [PI. XV] 1 

391 Nicholas Witsen, Ambassador, 1695. Bust of Witsen to right, hair 

long, flowing behind, no drapery, N . WITSEN CONS . AMST . AD 

REGEM ANGLLE LEGATVS . MDCXCV 

9= A battering ram, with a breach broken in a wall, LABOR OMNIA 
vincit 

(•95. Med. III. u,p. 147, no. 408), unpublished in gold, very fine 1 

392 Fortunes of James II, 1696. Bust of James II to right, laureate, 

hair long, in armour, lACOB . II . REX . M . BR 
51 A crown in a boat in a rough sea, in exergue 1696, FATO 

(I'O. Med. III. II, p. 149, no. 411), very fine and very rare 1 

393 Peace of Ryswick, ^{}8ept. 1697. Europe crowned ofl"ering per- 

fumes at a lighted altar ornamented witli festoons of flowers, and 
inscribed pacts ara, pax ades et toto mitis in orbe mane, in 
exergue euik^pa 
\}. Peace seated to left on a broad pedestal, holds an olive branch and 

.1 caduceus. at her feet is a cornucopia, tranquillus gaudeat 

(»rbis, the ])edestal is inscribed PACE frvgifera inter gallos 
batavos reltjqve socios restitvta consvles senatvsqv^ 
amstklodamensis nvmlsma hoc cvdi ivsservnt mdclxxxxvii, 
/.• Drappentier 

(2'6r). Med. III. u, p. 171, no. 455), very fine, and excessively rare 
in (I (lid 1 

Tliis medal was struck l)y (ircUa- of the Matristrates of Amsterdam, and 
.specimens in t^nlil were ]ir( scnted toeaeli of the tliirty-six members who com- 
posed the ("ouiK'il (if thi' City. Tlie medal was enclosed in the box of silver 
herfwitli, havin<_' (iii mn' ^idc the new arms of the City, crowned on two fa.sces 
crossed, to wliicli are attaclied by a cord the arms of the four Ijurgomasters of 
the year, and around the shields of those who f(jrmed the Council of the City, 
upon the other side the ancient arms of Amstenhim, two men in a boat ; legend 
TENET .t-;quoka tvia. and arnund the side of box the names of the Council 
upon a continuous scidI). I'lom the Voelcker collection. 



103 

394 Peace of Ryswick, Sept. 1 697. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair long, slight drapery, WILH . M . libert . POP . A . VINDEX 
51 A globe within an olive wreath, PAX ORBis terrarvm 

(•8. Med. III. II, p. 174, no. 462), very fine and very rare 1 

395 Peace of Ryswick, ^^ Sept. 1697. A female figure. Peace or 

Charity, holding a branch of olive and accompanied by a bird, raises 
a kneeling mother with her baby in her arms, de barmhertigheyd 
roemt tegen hex oordeel 
5^) An altar on which arms are burning, in front of it is a shield with 
a fesse, the arms of Muiden supported by two tritons, DE VREEDE 
TOT RYSWK GESLOOTEN, in exergue 1697 

(•8. Med. III. II, p. 175, no. 464), very fine and rare 1 

396 Succession of Prince James, 1699. Bust of Prince James to left, 

hair long, in armour, lAC WALLiyE PRINCEPS, below bust N . R. 
^ Sun rising over a tranquil sea with ships, disperses clouds and 
demons, SOLA LVCE FVGAT, in exergue 1699 

(rOo. Med. III. IT, p. 204, no. 519), very fine and rare, impublished 
in gold 1 

397 Bombardment of Tonningen and Copenhagen, 1700. View 

of the Bombardment of Tonningen, TONNINGA . AO . MDCC 
1^ Ships bombarding Copenhagen, PAR . pari . , in exergue HAFNIA 

AO . MDCC 

(2-4. Fan Loon, IV, 305 ; Med. III. ii, p. 207, no. 526), very fine 
and extremely rare [PI. XVI] 1 

398 The Ouzel Galley Society, 1700. A ship with English flags sail- 

ini< before ihe wind, below the motto STEADY — OUZEL GALLEY 
9= A figure of Justice blindfolded holding a boathook and scales, below 
to right I . P . CUIQUE . SUM. 

(1-2. Med. III. II, p. 214, no. 535), very fine and impuhlisked in gold 
[PI. XVIII] 1 

399 The Ouzel Galley Society, 1700. A ship with English Hags sail- 

ing before the wind, below the motto STEADY — OUZEL GALLEY 
^ A figure of Justice blindfolded holding a boathook and scales, below 
to right I . P . CUIQUE . SUM. 

(1 •2. Med. III. II, p. 214, no. 535), very fine and unjmblished in gold 1 

400 The Ouzel Galley Society, 1700. An ancient ship with rowers 

and sail furled, below the motto steady ouzel galley 
^ Figure of Justice resting upon a sword, and holding a balance before 
her face, bolow parkes CUIQUE SUM (with loop) 

(1'25. Med. III. II, p. 215, no. 536), fine and unpublished in gold 
[PI. XVIII] 1 

401 The Ouzel Galley Society, 1700. Another, similar to last 1 



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Silver. 

402 Casale taken and the Security of Italy restored, A July, 
1(59"). The plan of the town and castle of Casah* represented on a 
cloth held by three genii : in the foreground, the river god of the 
Po, with the head of an ox, reclining on his urn and holding a 
broken chain, GALLORVM EIUDANVS VINCVLA RVMPIT OVANS. ; in 
exergue, cASALis ARMis fcedkratorvm rkcepta . 1695, p. H. M. 
I;l Italy turreted, at her side a cornucopia, is seated on a rock at the 
feet of Victory, who holds a palm branch and a mural crown ; in 
the distance, the setting sun, carpimv.s occiDVO speratam sole 
QVIETEM ; in exergue, SEOVHITAS ITALLIi restitvta, p. h. m; on 
edge, chronograniinatio, ItaLLe (JVra gaLLVs prohIbetVr 
aVarVs : CLarIVs et nVnC e.st forte CasaLe MInVs, f. k. 
(1-7. Med III. II, ;/. 1 26, no. 374), ven/ fine and rare [PL XV] 1 

40.5 Brussels bombarded, and Namur retaken, 1695. Bust of 
William III to left, hair long, in armour and mantle, GULIELM. ill. 
GALL . FUR . ULT . NAMUR . CAP ; below, M : SMELTZING 
^c A fox emieavonring to set fiie 10 a rock on which an eagle lias 
built her nest, and to which she has carried oti" several cubs ; in 
the distance is Brusst^ls l)oml)arde(l, URIT . FURIT . NON . PROFICIT ; 
in exergue, r.iiuxEL . a . fur . gall . incexs . mduxcv 

(r95. Med. III. \i, p- 1-9, no. 379), renj fine and rare 1 

404 Namur retaken, 169"). Bust of William III to right, laureate, in 
armour and nmntle, WILHKLMVS . Ill . D . G . M.\(; . iSRlT . FRANC . 
ET . HIP. . i:k\, below \. iiosKAM . F; ^ William gallo[)ing to left, 
over fallen foes', comniaiids at the siege of Namur, which is seen 
in the (.listance l)()mbarded, CORAM . C . M . host . REPRES ; in 
exergue, na.mui^c . urbs . arx . cast . iwlv vi expugn i . sept . 
MDCXCV, \. i;. F. (i'-:'.. Med. III. II, ji. \:V1, no. .383) 
Namur retaken, KJit."). Namur, munilly crowned, holds her shield, 
a 2)ulm blanch, and a sicpLre, and is seateil between two river 
gods, the Mens.' lUid the Sambre, PltOVINCIA RESTITUTA ; in 
exergue, .Ml)(\(\-. p. 11. m. : 1^ A pyramid, inscribed, NAMVRCVM 

INDKKKSSA VIKIATI-; l(ii:i)i:P..VTOUVM ET RHDDI ET VINCI POTVISSE 
VILLAKKCINS DVX CALL . LI BKRATIO.N KM KRVSTKA TENTANS CVM 
IN(;ENTI C . llo.MIWM HXKKCITV TESTIS LSSE VOLVIT ; on edfife, 

chronnmiiiiiiiatic — kkIpItN'k caLLIs Vkp.s aC CasteLLa 
NAMVi;ri. iioC KK.X an(;Lf potks : t\' <,.VoQVe boIe Fotes. 
(1-9."'). M'd. 111. iLy,. i;51, I'o. 388), hot], nrt/fine 2 

40") Namur retaken. 1(;!l-). Ilust of William 111 to left, laureate, in 
armoui- and mantle, i:\l LI i;lm\ s . Ill . D . c . mac . RRIT . FRAN . ET . 
HIP.KKNLF. . 1M;\ : liel.iw, L. 
U A warrior ovei tut iiiiii: with lii,^ standard an obelisk, which (^allia 



105 

Lot 405 — continued. 

in vain attempts to support : it is decorated with a club, fulmeii, 
and scales, and is inscribed, LABENT . monarch . PRINCIPIUM MOSA 
AC SAMBRA LIBERAT ; at the base are the two river gods, MOSA 
and SAMBRA ; at a distance the castle, casteel, and town, STAD, 
of Namur are seen, namurc . arx . et . castr . expugn . test . 

GALL 

(1-95. Med. 111. II, p. 134, no. 389), fine and rare 1 

406 Namup retaken, 1695. Hercules wearing the lion's skiu, with the 

apple of the Hesperides and his club in his hands, carries the 
medallions of William III and the Elector of Bavaria, inscribed, 

WILH . Ill . D . G . mag . BRITAN . REX and MAX . EMA . D . G . BAV . 

EL., and walks between the dragon and Cerberus, PROPVGNATORIBVS 
ORBIS ; in exergue, TESTANTVR FACTA TRIVMPHI, G. H. ; $1 View 
of Namur, NON AVRO, VIRTVTE DVCVM. ; in exergue, namvrcvm 
RECEPTVM . mdcvc. ; on edge, chronogrammatic, reX angLVs 
fVso gaVDent baVarVsqVe naMVrCo (1-75. Med. III. ii, 
p. 139, no. 395). Bust of the Elector of Bavaria to right, hair long, 
no drapery, HIC SPES FIDISSIMA BELG-E, below 1696, and the 
artist's initials, PH r. ; 9^ A female figure, Namur, holding a staff 
with the cap of Liberty, &c. (1"2. Van Loon, iv, 205. Med. III. II, 
p. 142, no. 402), very fine and extremely rare 2 

407 Nicholas Witsen, Ambassador, 1695. Bust of Witsen to right, 

hair long, flowing behind, no drapery, N . wiTSEN CONS . AM.st . 

ad REGEM ANGLLE LEGATVS . MDCXCV 

^c A battering ram, with a breach broken in a wall, LABOR omnia 

VINCIT 

(•95. Med. III. II, p. 147, no. 4:08), fine a7id scarce 1 



106 



FOURTH DAYS SALE. 



WILLIAM \\\—co7itinued. 

LOT 

408 Assassination Plot, 1696. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair lonij, in mantle, his breast is covered with a shield bear- 
ing the name of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate, and the motto, non , 

L^DITVR . QVEM . TEGO. ; WILHELMVS . Ill . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRANC . 

ET . HIB . REX ; ^ Six female figures armed with daggers, torches, 
and snakes, restrained by cords tied round their heads, the ends of 
which are held by a hand concealed among clouds, DEXTRA . latens . 
COERCET. ; in exergue, MDCXCVI. I. BOSKAM . F. (2-3. Med. III. II, 
p. 150, no. 413). Busts conjoined to right, of Louis XIV and 
James II, hair long, no drapery, HERODES ATQVE PILATVS ; in 
exergue, ACTOR . IV . 26. ; I^ Within a netted enclosure are Louis XIV 
and James II, each armed with a sword, and holding between them 
a purse of CM PISTO (one hundred thousand pistoles), near them 
stands Fatlier Petie with a pyx, and the young Prince riding back- 
wards upon a lobster, in the wood beyond the enclosure are armed 
men, with the figures 40, a fleet is seen in the distance ; under- 
neath, cKNKSis . XLIX .5.6; IRRITA CONSPIRATIO ; in exergue, 

ADVERS'. GVILIKLMVM . Ill ANGLIAE REGEM . 3 . MAR'J' . 1 696 (I'T. 

Med. III. Ti, p. 151. no. 414), both vert/ Jim 2 

409 Amicable Society instituted, 1G96. Two right hands clasped 

under the royal cioun ; in exergue, 1696 
\X A building, AMICABLE CONTRIBUTIONSHIP 

(l-f)"). Mt'd. III. n, p. 155, no. 422), Jinc and rare 1 

This medal <■ nmucnioratcs tlie cstahlisliiii;^'- in Eiiti^laiul of the first coni])any 
for tlic insuiaiici' uC hi)usrs against loss l)y inc. It was called '• The Amicable." 
and still cxi-t^ iindtrtlu; naini' uf •' 'J'lie Hand in Hand Iiisuraiice Company." 

410 Vigilance of William, 1697. Bust of William III to right, laureate, 

hair long, no iliapciv, GTLIKLM . Ill . 1) . G . BRITANX ! R . RELIG ! 

i,ii;KurAri.s(.i i;i:sirii r., heiow arose 

[^ A Jicd-stal insciih.il NICILANTIA . I'UINCII'IS PRO . SECVRITATE . PRO- 
VIN<'IAKVM . i6(;-, upiiii it is a diiuii on which is seated a soldier 
with a iniiskel in one liaml, and a lighted pipe in the other, in the 



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Lot 410 — continued. 

fields are men ploughing and sowing, a troop of cavalry inactive, 
and in the extreme distance is lvxembovrg . SOLA . gerat . miles . 

QVIBVS . ARMA . COERCEAT , ARMA 

(1'9. Med. III. II, p. 156, no. i2o), fine and very rare 1 

411 Peace of Ryswick, 1697. Peace, holding a caduceus, reclines at 

the foot of an olive-tree ; in exergue, tranquilitas REDUX ; 
below a star, nunquam VIOLETUR AB ^VO ; ^ The globe marked 
EVROPA, with a large crack in it, which Mercuiy and Peace are 
striving to close by placing across it an olive branch, NE tota 

DEHISCAT, in exergue, PAX RYSWlCK . CONCL . MEDIANT . SVECIA . 

1697 (1-25. Aled. III. II, p. 161, no. 432). Mars seated to left on 
arms, before him Peace holding up a trophy composed of implements 
of husbandry, with a tablet inscribed PAX RYSWIC 1697, SIC REDIT 
ALMA QUIES, P. H. M. ; ^ A caduceus with olive twisted around it, 
resting on a globe marked europa, above the name of Jehovah in 
Hebrew radiate, COELO demittitur alto, on edge PAX UNA 
TRiUMPHis innumeris POTIOR (TS. Med. III. II, p. 162, no. 43), 
tico examp)le$ of the second piece, one formed as a box with plain edge 3 

412 Peace of Ryswick, 1697. Bust of William TIT to right laureate, 

hair long, no drapery, INVICTISSIMVS GVILLELMVS . MAG, below 
I. BOSKAM . F. ; ^ Com growing within the hollow of a helmet, 
in the distance a corn-field, PACIS . alvmna . ceres, in exergue, 
MDCXCVii (1-5. 3Ied. III. II, p. 163, no. 437). Lion crowned 
holding up in one paw a branch of olive, with the other, resting 
upon a globe inscribed EVROPA, it grasps a sword and a pair of 
scales, HINC PAX, VNDE .?i:QVITAS, in exergue, ANGLORVM GLORIA 
REGE WILHELMO III . M.DC.xcviL, I. B. F. ; ^ The Palace of Ryswick, 
&c. (2-35. Med. III. n, p. 167, no. 449), both very fine 2 

413 Peace of Ryswick, 1697. The Palace of Ryswick, Delft in the 

distance, above Fame flying cairies an olive wreath and proclaims 
PAX, in exergue PAX rysviccensis ; ^ Peace walking facing 
carries in one hand a branch of olive, and in the other a garland 
composed of the shields of Germany, Austria, England, Holland 
and France arranged around that of Sweden, CONCORDI PACE 
LTGABO, 1697, in the right corner G. H., on edge ET PACEM ET 
OTIVM DABO IN ISRAEL . PARALIP . XXII (Med. III. II, p. 168, 
no. 451). Tlie Palace of Ryswick, &c., same as the preceding ; 
1^ Peace, &c., similar to the preceding but from a different die, she 
lias long hair and is advancing on a pavement divided into squares, 
the artist's initials are in the left corner, edge as last (1"45. Med. 
III. II, 2->- 169, no. 4.")2), both r^ry fine 2 



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414 Peace of Ryswick, 1697. Several plenipotentiaries attended by 

guards close tlie gates of the Temple of Jhiiup, ini-cribed lANO 
SACK, in front is an altar, and near it a devoted sow, c^ESA FIRMA- 
BANT FOEDERA PORCA, ARONDEAUX . F. ; j^ The Palace and gardens 
of Ryswick, ryswyk (Uilelmi hi . d . g . m . bkitan . etc . r . 
PALAT, in exergue MDCXCVII., around are the shields of keyser, 

SPAXGIKN, BRANDENP.VRG, PALI'S. SAXEN, BEYEREN, ENGELAND, 
SWEDEN, 7.PROVINTIE, .S. NEDERLAN., 'T RYCK, LOTHARINGEN, 

SAVOYEX, and VRANCKRYK (1-9. Med. 111. II, p. 169, no. 453). 
The Genius of Frieslaiid seated to left, on arms flags, &c., holds a 
staff" surmount(-d by the cap of Liberty and a palm branch, at her 
side is her shield, her foot rests on the fasces, in the distance is the 
Temple of lANVS BIFRONS, open and with a trophy inside, aperto 
DIGXA TIMERI, in t^xergue FRISIA ; 5^ The Genius of Friesland stand- 
ing with a cornucopia at lier feet, offering at an altar, and holding 
up a standard, which is surmounted by clasped hands and a caduceus, 
behind the Temple of lANVS BIFROXS with closed doors, in the 
distance a calm sea with shipping, CLAUSO PIA GRATA FIDELLS, in 
exergue PACIS GEX . RYSWYK . .^IDCXCVII, ARONDEAUX . F. (2-65. 

Med III. II, p. 170, no. 454), both very fine 2 

415 Peace of Ryswick, 1G97. Europe ciowned offering perfumes at a 

lighted altar ornamented with festoons of flowers,and inscribed PACiS 
ARA, PAX ADES ET TOTO MITIS IN ORBE MAXE, in exergue EUROPA 

li Peace seated to left on a broad pedestal, holds an olive branch and 
— a caduceus, at her feet is a cornucopia, TRAXQUILLUS GAUDEAT 

ORBis, the pe(lestal is inscribed pace frvgifera inter gallos 
batavos bei.liqve socios restitvta consvles senatvsqv.e 
amstei.odamensis nvmisma hoc cvdi ivsservnt mdclxxxxvii, 
/.• Driippintier 

(■2-G5. Mcll. III. ir, p. 171, no. 45.t), veri/ fine and rare, as the gold 
wedal lot :v.):] 1 

41 G Peace of Ryswick, l(i97. The Imi)erial eagle upon a cloud at- 
tended l)y infant (Jeiiii holding a chain connecting the crowned 
shields of l*'raiicc, ("astile, Ireland, Savoy and Holland, PAX. 

GERMAN . CALL . lIlspAN . AN(;L . SAP.AVD . IJELGICA ; R The PaUlce 
and gaidens ot h'y.^wick, VILLA REGIS RISVICANA, in exergue 
THKATUVM . I'ACJS . .M.DC.IIK', (.'. W. (l-Q. Med. I//. W, p. 1 7 1 , «0. 4f)6). 
Bust of \\'illiaiH 111 to light laureate, liair long, slight drapery, 
wiLll. M. l.iliKKT . I'oi' . A . VlNDHX : U A glo})e within an olive 
wreath. i'A\ im;i;is ti:i;i:.\i:vm (-S. Mtd. ///. n, p. 174, no. 462). 
Peace se;ae(l ii, I j^ll^ hnjils ;i cornucopia ami a i)alm branch, PAX 
I'\i;l ; U Ticpliv nf jirni- and flags, tn which, is attached the shield 
of Kyswick. /■/:. three lirain-hes. I'.AX KVsviccENSIs, in exergue 1697 
(•7. M'd. /,/. II, y,. 17:,, i,u. 4G;5), ///(/' 3 



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417 Peace of Ryswick, ^ Sept. 1697. A female figure, Peace or 

Charity, holding a branch of olive and accompanied by a bird, raises 
a kneeling mother with her baby in her arms, DE BARMHERTIGHEYD 
ROEMT TEGEN HET OORDEEL ; 1^ An altar on which arms are burn- 
ing, in front of it is a shield with a fesse, the arras of Muideu 
supported by two Tritons, DE vreede tot ryswk geslooten, 
in exergue 1697 ('8. Med. III. u, p. 175, 710. 464), Jive varieties. 
Mars bound seated to right on a pile of French arms and flags, 
before him is the shield of Holland, saeva sedet svper arma ; 
51 Peace, standing to left, holds- a cornucopia and a caduceus, and 
leans on a club, behind her a river god, in the distance a fleet, 
PAX PVBL, in exergue 1697 (1-5. Fan Loon, iv, 266 ; Med. III. 
p. 175, no. 465). Bust of Louis XIV to right, in armour and 
mantle, LVDOVICVS . MAGNVS . REX . CHRISTIANISSIMVS, below R. ; 
51 Peace standing facing, holds in one hand an olive branch and 
in the other a torch, with which she is burning a pile of arms, 
SALVS . evropa, in exergue pax . terra . mariqve . parta . 1697, r. 
(2"7. Med. III. II. p. 176, no. 466), very fine and rare 7 

The last medal \va.s executed by Henri Koussel, probably from a design by 
Sebastian Le Clerc. Unpublished in this metal. 

418 Peace of Ryswick, ^% Oct. 1697. Bust of Leopold I to right, 

laureate, hair long, in armour and mantle, LEOPOLDYS . D . G . M . 
ROM . IMP . S . AVG . ger . HV . BOH . REX, below w. (Christian Wer- 
muth) ; 1^ Bust of Louis XIV to right, laureate, in armour and 
mantle, LVDOVIC ! XIV . D . G . M . FR . ET . NAV . REX CHR, on mantle 

W., on edge SIT pax in REGIONIBVS NOSTRIS . RISV . M . OCT . 

M.DC.IIIC (-85. 3Ied. III. u, p. 186, no. 487). Bust of Leopold I to 
right, laureate, hair long, in cravat, armour and mantle, LEOPOLDYS . 
MAGNVS . ROM . IMP . S . AVG, below W. ; ^ PAX GERMANO-GALLICA 
RESTITVTA RISYICI D f g OC . MDCIIIC {Med. III. II, p. 187, HO. 488) 
From the Voelcker cabinet. 
Drum with a hole in its top, gott lob der krieg hat nun ein [loch], 
ill exergue M.DC.IIIC. : 5= A cornucopia to which is attached branches 
of olive and palm, scattering its flowers into a basket with a hole, 
HERR . MACHE GANZ UND TEST DEM FRIEDE SEINEN BODEN (1-33. 

Med. III. II, p. 188, no. 491 var.), very fine and scarce 

The hole in the drum supplies the word LOCH (a hole) to make the legend 
complete. 

Another, of similar type, having reference to the same event, but 
smaller 4 

419 Peace Rejoicings at Gouda, 1697. William III, as Hercules, 

tramples upon the monster of Discord, and sets fire to a pile of 
arms upon an altar, in the midst of which are standards, inscribed, 



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Lot il9— continued. 

VIS . IRA . IMPER . TYR. ; over him is the shield of Gouda, pax 
ALMA GAVDIVM GOVD^, /. IJiapentier 
9) Peace, holding an olive branch and a lyre, is seated, facing, upon a 
pedestal, inscribed, MDCXCVii coss . s . Q . govdanvs dicarvnt 
FEL . SECVLI ; at the foot are seated Bacchus, Gouda murally 
crowned and holding a cornucopia, Neptune, and Mercury ; above 
is Fame and rays from heaven ; beyond, on one side, is a man 
ploughing, on the other, ships ; in the distance is the Palace of 

liyswick, PACI RYSVICLE 

(2"85. Med. III. ii, p. 189, no. 494), very fine and rare 1 

420 State of Britain, 1697. Bust of William III to right, laureate, in 

figured armour and mantle, gvlielmvs . ill . DEI . GRA . MAG : BR : 
FRA : ET . HIB : REX ; Jt Britannia, navally crowned, seated to left, 
on the ground, holds her trident and leans upon her shield, near 
her lies a book with an olive branch upon it and a broken yoke, 
RESTITVTORI ; in exergue, BRITANNIA : MDCXCVII (2-7. Med. III. II, 
p. 192, no. 499) 

Prince James, 1697. Bust of Prince James to left, hair long, in 
armour with sun on the breast, and mantle, lACOBVS . WALLI^ . 
PRINCEPS, below N. R. (Norbert Roettier) ; I;l A ship distressed, 
striving against storms and adverse winds, the stern is decorated 
with a sun, the colours with the cross of St. George, 1697 . lACTATVR . 
NON . MERCiiTVR . VNDis (1-75. Med. III. II, p. 192, no. 500) 

Prince James, 1697. Bust of Prince James to left, hair long, &c., 
same as no. 433 : \). The sun rising upon a calm sea, OMNIA. FACIT. 
IPSE . SERENA ; in exergue, 1697 (1- Med. III. II, p. 194, no. 503) 3 

421 New Collar presented to Dublin, 1698. Bust of William III 

to right, hair long, in armour and mantle, gvlielmvs . TERTivs . 
D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . p:t . HIB . REX ; on truncation, James B. F. 

^; ' 9> Inscription, GVLIELMVS III ANTIQVAM ET FIDELEM HIBERNIiE 

( METRGPOLIN HOC INDVLGENTLE SV.F; MVNERE ORNAVIT . EARTH 

VAN HOMRIGII ARM . VRB . PR.ETORE . MDCXCVIII 

(3-3. Mrd. III. u, p. 197, no. 509), //le and rare I 

In l(Ji»7, I?iinhi)Iomc\v Van Homiigh was elected Lord Mayor of DuVjlin, 

and at his solicitation the Kiiij; presented the city with a new collar witii one 

of thesi! me<l:ils in trold appended ; which were at the time valued at one 

thousand pounds. 

422 James II and Prince James, 1699. Bust of James to right, 

laureate, hair lonir, in armour an<l mantle, lACOBVS : ll : D : G : M : 
B : R, below N. it. ; \Ji liust of Prince James to left, hair long, tied 
behind, in armour, lAC . wallI/E : princeps, below N. R. {Med. 
III. II, p. 20, no. 516). Bust of James to right, laureate, hair long, 
in armour and mantle, lACO : ii . DEI . gr.vtia; ^ Bust of Prince 



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Lot 422 — continued. 

James to left, hair long, tied behind, in armour, lAC : WALLI^ . 
PRINCEPS, belows N. R. (1-05. Med. III. ii, ])- 202, no. 517) 
This is a slight variety of the preceding. 

Succession of Prince James, 1699. Bust of Prince James to 
left, hair long, tied behind, in armour, lAC : WALLI^ . PRINCEPS, 
below N. R. ; ^ The sun, rising over a tranquil sea with ships, 
disperses clouds and demons, SOLA . LVCE . fvgat ; in exergue, 1699 
{Med. Bl. II, p. 204, no. 519). Bust of Prince James to left, hair 
long, tied behind, in armour, lAC . WALLI^ : PRINCEPS, below N. R. ; 
Ijt A cornucopia, PAX . VOBIS ; in exergue, 1699 (1-05. Med. III. ii, 
p. 204, no. 240) 4 

423 Princesses Matilda and Sophia, 1701. Bust of the Princess 

Matilda to right, veiled, in mantle, MATILDA . filia . h . ii . r . 

ANGL . VX . H . LEON . D . BAV . ET . SAX - MATER . OTT . IV . IMP . 
PRIVS . DVC . AQVIT . H . PAL . RHEN . D . S . WILH - SATORIS . DOMVS . 

BRVNS ; 5o Bust of the Electress Sophia to right, veiled, in dress and 
mantle, SOPHIA - EX . STIRPE . el : pal : NEPT . lAC : I . REG : M : BRIT : 
VIDVA ERN : AVG : ELECT : BRVNS : ET . LVN : ANGLIAE . PRINCEPS . 
AD . SVCCESSIO . NOMINATA . M.DCCI {Med. III. II, p. 218, no. 542), by 
Lambelet, whose name is on the ohv. and his initials s. L. on rev. 
Death of William III, ^^^ March, 1702. Bust of William III to 
right, laureate, hair long, in armour and mantle, DIV . GVIL . Ill 
BRIT . C.ES . BATAV . GVB, on truncation R. A. (R. Arondeaux) ; Jl 
Britain and Holland seated near a funeral pile of four gradations, 

inscribed, NASSAVIOR PRINCIPI BATAVORVM MAXIMO ANIMORVM AC 
ARMORVM MODERATORI CONSECR . NATVS XIIII NOV MDCL ORBI 

DENAT . xviiii MART . MDCCII, above are the signs of Cancer, Leo, 
and Libra, Leo being represented as in the arms of Nassau, redii 
lAM vos VIGILATE (1-95. Med. III. II,]). 221, no. 547), very fine 2 

424 Death of William III, J^ March, 1702. Bust of William III to 

right, laureate, in armour and mantle, WILHELMVS . Ill . D . G . INIAG . 
BRIT . FRANC . ET . HIB . REX, below I. BOSKAM . F ; 9= An eagle flying 
to the top of a high mountain, sun setting, NON NISI SOLE OCCIDVO 

REVOLAT ; in exergue, MORITVR. ANNO M.DCC.II XIX. MARTII. 

I. BOSKAM . F. (2'35. Med. III. II, p. 222, no. 549). Europe, crowned, 
seated upon the ground, holds a broken anchor, her spear, shield 
inscribed europa, and a cornucopia lying neglected near her, ACH 

MEIN VERLUST 1ST GROS ; in exergue, WILHELM DPJR III KONIG VON 
GROS BRITANNIEN ; 5^ Map of ENGELAND, SCHOTL, and IRLAND, SUn 
setting, DOCK WAS GOT HEUTE NIMT DAS KOMT SCHON MORGEX 

WIDER ; in exergue, stirbt den xix mart . mdccii . alt . lii . 
lAHR . IV . m (1-55. Med. III. II, p. 224, no. 551). And a small 
Medallic Portrait of William III, without reverse 3 



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ANNE. 

1702—1714. 
Gold. 

425 Accession, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, crowned, lovelock on left 
I shoulder, in gown fastened in front with brooch, ANNA . D . G . MAG 



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BR . FR . ET . HIP. . REGINA 

^ A heart enclosed with branches of oak and laurel, upon a pedestal 
inscribed ATAVis . regibvs ., entirely English 

(1-35. Med. III. II, p. 227, no. I), fine 1 

426 Coronation, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with fillet, love- 

lock on right shoulder, gown fastened in front with brooch, ANNA 

D . G . MAG BR FR ET . HIB REGINA 

51 An lie as Pallas hurls thunder against a double-headed and four- 
arnit'd monster holding clubs and stones, and whose lower limbs 
terminate in snakes, YICEM . GERIT . ILLA TONANTIS, in exergue 

INAVGVRAT . XXIII Al> MDCCII 

(r4. Med. III. u, p. 228, no. 4), extremely fine 1 

427 Coronation, 1702. Similar to last but from different dies 

(1-4. M'd. III. u, p. 228, 710. i),five 1 

428 Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702. Bust of Anne crowned to left, 

lovelock on left shoulder, in gown fastened in front with brooch, 

ANNA . DEI (iP.A MA(; BR . ERA . ET . HIB . REGINA 

1;!. View ot ^ igo luuhour, with vessels burning inside, large ships before 

_^_ the narrow moutli of harbour, itc, CARTA . ET . INCENSA . GAL ET . 

HISJ' CLASSE, in exergue AD. VIGVM . XII OCT. MDCCII 

(1-40. Med. III. \\. p. 236, no. 18), extremely fine and ^in common in 
ijuU 1 

429 Cities captured by IVIarlborough, 1703. Bust of Anne to left, 

hair Itouuil wiih tillet, lovelock on the left shoulder, in gown and 

mantle, ANNA . D G MAG BR . ERA . ET . HIB . REGINA 
U A female figure murally crowned kneeling to right, presents three 
^ ^ -| ' -~ keys u})(>u a salver to Marlborough on horseback, sine CLADE . VIC- 

TOR, in exci-gue CAI'TIS . BONNA . NVO . LIMBVP.GO . I 703 

(r65. Med. III. II, p. 246, no. 35), very fine and uvpmhlished in 
gold 1 

130 Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Bust of Anne to left, hair tied in a 
knot at top of head, in gown and mantle, ANNA D G MAG BR. era 
/ "" " ET . HIB . REG, ])e]()W bust CROKER 

I;l Britannia, seated to right on globe, holds a Victory, behind her is 



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Lot 430 — continued. 

her shield, before her is a bound captive seated upon French and 
Bavarian arms and flags, DE gall : et : BAY : AD : BLENHEIM, in 
exergue CAPT ET C^S XXX . M . sign RELAT . CLXIII . MDCCIV 

{1-35. Med. III. II, p. 256, no. id), fine and unpublished in gold 1 

431 Peace Festival at Augsburg and the Battle of Blenheim, 

1 704. A boy and girl in prayer on either side of an altar, above 
rays of light enclosing a triangle, around DES GERECHTEN GEBETT . 
UERMAG . UIEL lAC . S, AUGSBURG . KINDER . FRIEDENFEST . D . I,^ 
AVG .1704 

51 The wind blowing away clouds of dust, SIE . mussen . werden WIE . 
SPREU FUR DEM . wiNDE. PSAL.35, in exergue siec bey hochstett . 

D . 13 AVG 1704 

(I'l. Med. III. II, p. 265, no. 61), very fine and unpuhlished in 
gold 1 

432 Peace Festival at Augsburg, 1704. The City of Augsburg 

murally crowned seated to left, with shield bearing badge of the 
City, right hand pointing to a rising star, fausto . SIDERE . L^TA, 
and in exergue avgvsta vinde LICORUI . CARTA . D . 16. dec . 1 703 . 

MIRACULO LIBERATA D. 16 AVGVSTI . 1 704 

9: Dove with olive branch flying towards the ark upon Mount Ararat, 
at base of mount a pine cone upon a capital, BON.I . SPEI 

(1"15), very fine and unjmhli shed 1 

433 Battle of Ram 11 lies, 1706. Bust of Anne to left, hair tied in knot at 

top of head, lovelock upon left shoulder, in gown and mantle, below ^ 

bust CROKER . ANNA . D . G . MAG . BR FRA . ET - HIB REG 
^ Two Fames, with trumpets, hold map of the conquei'ed provinces, ' t ^-^ ^\ 
town in distance, gallis ad ramellies . viCTis . xii maii mdccvi, 
in exergue flandr et . BRABANT . recept 

(1'35. Med. III. II, p. 284, no. 92), very fine and impublished in 
gold 1 

434 Battle of Ramillies and Conquest of Brabant, 1706. Bust 

of Marlborough three-quarters to right, head nearly facing, pro- 
fusion of hair, in lace cravat, armour and collar, and George of the 
Garter, lOH . D G . SRi . PR . D . marl . exerg angl . CG 
J^ Mars carrying in one hand the shields of Brabant, Flanders and the 
Marquisate of Antwerp, and in the other trophies of arms, going to 
left over prostrate foes, pretiym . NON . vile . laborvm, in exergue 

gallis . ACIE DEVICTIS BRABANTIA . FLANDR . ET . ANTWERP . XV . 

dier . SP . erept 1706, edge plain 

(1"45. Med. III. II, />. 287, no. 95), very fine and uiqmhlished in 
gold 1 

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435 Successes of the Allies in Spain and Brabant, 1706. A seg- 

ment of the globe marked EUROPiE, above clouds obscuring sun, 

SIC . OBSCUKATUR . GLORIA . MAGNI . REGIS . MDCCVI 

J^ Arranged around a medallion of Charles III, CAROL . ill . HISP . REX, 
three laurel circles, with views of Barcelona, Madrid, and the battle 
of Ramillies, &c., DOMINUMQUE . IN . regna . tulere, edge plain 

(1-75. Med. III. II, p. 292, ino. 101), extremely fine and very rare, 
unpublished in gold 1 

436 Union of England and Scotland, 1707. Bust of Anne to left, 

hair tied in knot at top of head, lovelock on left shoulder, ANNA . 

D . G . MAG BR . ERA . ET . HIB REG, below bust I.C. 

T^ Arms of Britain on a garnished shield supported on a pedestal in- 
scribed with the queen's motto SEMPER EADEM, two infant genii 
support a crown above and suspend below the collar and George of 
the Garter 

(1-35. Med. III. II, ^A 296, no. Ill), very fine, unpublished in gold 1 

437 Union of England and Scotland, 1707. Bust of Queen Anne 

crowned to left, wearing collar and George of the Garter, richly em- 
broidered gown and mantle, ANNA . DEI . GRATIA . MAG . BRITAN ERA . 
ET . HIB . REGINA 

yi Statue of Anne as Pallas, armed with spear and shield, NOV^ . pal- 
ladium . TROL^: 

(2-75. Mi'd. III. II, p. 299, no. 115), very fine and unpublished in gold 1 

438 Capture of Sardinia and Minorca, 1708. Bust of Queen Anne 

to left, hair l)()und with pearls, lovelock on the right shoulder, in 
gown and manlle, ANNA . D . G . MAG . BRI . ERA ET . HIB . REG, below 
bust I.e. 
j^ Victory standing on a conch floating in the sea, holds a palm branch 
and the f^nglish Hag, Sardinia and Minorca in the distance, SARDINIA 

ET . BAI.EAUIS . MINOR CAPT/E, ill exergue MDCCVIII 

(1'3."». M'd. III. u, p. 329, no. 157), very fine and unjndjlished in 
gold 1 

439 Citadel of Lille taken, 1708. The building of the Tower of Babel, 

labourers distressed by the confusion of tongues, CONEVNDAMVS 
LIN(;VAM . KOUVM . VT NON AVDIAT . VNVS QVIS QVE VOCEM, in the 

exergiK- RVssKL vi:l insvl/E per. principem. evgenivm obsessa 
22 aV(; i:t 23 ocj' keckpta . 1708 
1^ Lille and its "cittadcllc" bombarded, above sun and moon, SISTE . 
sol. in (;ibk()\ kt. iana . invalle aialon, in exergue castel- 

LVM . RVSKL . olISKSSVM XXVII . OCT . RECEPTVM . VERO IX . DEC, on 

edge VMTA . \ii;r\s. \aij;t 

(1'9. .1/r7. J II, ]\, ji. L>;5y, no. 170), very fine and eoxessively rare, 
inipuhlish'd III gnid [PI. XVI] 1 



115 

440 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Bust of Queen Anne laureate to left, 

wearing embroidered dress and mantle tied in a knot on shoulder, 

on truncation i.e., ANNA D . G . MAG . BRI . FR . ET . HIB . REG 

5) Britannia stands left with spear and shield and holds in right hand 
a branch of olive, to right men ploughing and sowing, to left sea 
with ships, in exergue MDCCXIII 

(1 "35. Med. 111. II, p. 400, no. 257), extremely fine and scarce in gold 1 

441 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Another example, similar to last, in 

equally fine condition 1 

442 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Peace crowned holds an olive branch and 

locks the door of the Temple of Janus inscribed ANNO . MDCCXIII, 
the columns are entwined with roses, lilies and orange branches, on -"'^ 
the steps are War and Discord in chains, behind Peace, globe and cor- ^ ^ 
nucopia filled with coins, &c., in background Mercury with scroll in- ..^^ '^iy, (^ « — 
scribed europ^e . pax reddita, shipping, &c., in exergue traiectum 
^ Europe, seated on sea-shore, holds olive branch and cornucopia, 
ships in distance, &c., in exergue EUROPA ; on edge in . MEM . NAT . 

ACAD D G ET . C . Z . HARD DXI . APR M.D.CCXIII 

(1-9. Med. III. II, p. 402, no. 262), extremely fine and very rare, 
unpublished with this edge [PI. XV] 1 '^ 

443 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Similar to the preceding but with plain ^^^ ^ y^ 

edge, extremely fine and very rare 1 '" 

444 Peace of Utrecht, 1713, hy Drapentier. Peace and Liberty with 

their emblems embracing each other, stand upon implements of war 
and trample on enemy, invidia fremente pax . ET . libertas . 

TRIVMPHANT 

51 On a pedestal is a caduceus entwined with olive branches, between 
two cornucopia crossed, around various symbols of Art and Science, 
the pedestal is inscribed PACE traiecti ex difficili . bello . RE- 

STITVTA . ORD . FRIS . DEP . FIERI . IVSSERVNT . A CIOIOCCXIII 

(2-65. Med. III. 11, p. 404, no. 264), rare in gold [PI. XVI] 1 
Silver. 

445 Accession, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, crowned, love-lock on the 

left shoulder, in gown fastened with brooch in front, ANNA . 
D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET . HIB : REGINA ; 9= A heart enclosed within 
branches of oak and laurel, which pass through a crown above, and 
rest upon a pedestal inscribed ATA Vis regibvs ; entirely ENGLISH 
(1-35. Med. III. II, p. '2'21, no. 1), three specimens 
Accession, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, crowned, &c., same as 
above ; ^ A circlet of roses united by a chain, each containing a 
heart, and connected at the top by a crown, within is a radiated 
heart and the inscription QVIS SEPARABIT ; VNITED . BY . GOD . IN . 
LOVE . AND . INTEREST (I'l. Med. III. II, p. 228, no. 3), all very fine 4 

I 2 



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116 

446 Coronation, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with fillet, 

love-lock on the right shoulder, in gown fastened with brooch in 
front, ANNA . D : G : MAG : BK : FR : ET : HIB : REGINA ; 9> Anne, 
as Pallas, hurls thunder against a double-headed and four-armed 
monster, holding clubs and stones, and whose lower limbs terminate 
in snakes, VICEM gekit . ILLA . tonantis ; in exergue, INAVGVRAT . 
XXIII . AP . MDCCll (1-4. Mfd. III. II, }K 2-28, no. 4), three specimens 
Anne and Prince George of Denmark, 1702. Bust of Anne 
to left, hair bountl with fillet, lovelock on the left shoulder, 
earring, necklace, in gown and mantle fastened with brooch in 
front, ANNA . D : G : MAG : I'.R : FKA : ET . HIB. REGINA; ^ Bust of 
Prince George to left, profusion of hair, in armour and mantle 
fastened with brooch on the shoulder, GEO : DAN : PR : M : ADM : 
ET : DVX . svp : ANtiLl.K (1-65. Med. III. II, p. 233, no. 14), pr'ni- 
cipalli) verij fine 4 

447 Nimeguen relieved, I7U2. A female figure, Nimeguen, facing 

towards left, and wearing a cap of Liberty, holds a book with 
three seals and the shield of Minerva, her left foot tramples on 
the serpent of Discord, on the right are a curule chair and two 
fasces, the latter with a sword rest against the base of two draped 
columns, LIMERTAS . NEOMAGI . INTUS . ET . EXTRA ; in exergUC, 
I. B. F. ; \X Troops on the fortifications of a city bombarding the 
forces of the enemy in letreat, in the distance the Allies approaching, 
on the walls is planted the Impei'ial flag, and on the battlements 
are spectators visiting the battle, numerum . virtute . retundit ; 
in exergue, MDCCll. I. isosKAM . F (1-7. Med. III. U, p. 233, no. 15) 
Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702. Neptune, in a sea-chariot to 
right, and A'ictory to left, hold foith a scroll inscribed with the 
names of the French and Spanish vessels burnt, sunk, or cap- 
tured at Vigo, XA\ES GALLIC.E ET IIISP, below three Nereids bear 
the shields ot England, the Empire and Holland, His militat 

AKTHHR ; in exeigue, Oi; (.'LASSEM HOSTIVM DELKDAM {sic) GAZASQVE 
INDICAS EKKI'TAS IN PORTV AD VKWS . I) . 22 . OCT . CIOIOCCII, 

(;. F. X., and on the chariot (;. H. ; \)>. View of Vigo harbour, the 
French fleet aiul galleons withdrawn up the river, the chain-boom 
acidss tile mouth, forts and batteries manned for defence, and the 
allied fleets outside, i;T (;(JM\'RATI VEMVNT AD CLASSICA VENTI 

(l-,^.'). Mid. III. ii, y/. i>;5.5, -//(/. 17), hothjiiie 2 

4 4f< Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, crowned, 
lo\elock on thf h'fl shoulder, in gown fastened with brooch in 
front, ANNA . IiKI . (;i;a : .MA(; : r.R : FKA : ET . 1111". : RE(;iNA : 
U \'iew of \ ig(» harhoiii- u iih vessels l)urning inside, large ships 
lying before the narnjw mouth of the harbour, near a fort. 



117 

Lot 448 — continued. 

CAPTA . ET . INCENSA . GAL : ET . HISP : CLASSE ; io exergUe, AD . 
VIGUM . XII . OCT . MDCCII {1-45. Med. III. II, J). 236, 710. 18). Bust 
of Anne to left, crowned, lovelock on the left shoulder, in gown 
fastened with brooch in front, ANNA . D . G . M . BRIT . FRAN . ET . 
HIB . REGINA ; ^ View of Vigo harbour, &c , similar to the pre- 
ceding, CAPTA . ET . INCENSA . GAL . ET . Hisp . CLAS : in exergue, 
AD . VIGUM . XII . OCT MDCCII (1-55. Med. III. II, p. 237, no. 19), three 
specimens, all fine 4 

449 Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound 

with fillet, lovelock on the right shoulder, in gown, fastened with 

brooch in front, ANNA . D G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA., 

below", I. BOSKAM . F. ; ^ A fleet attacking forts and ships in 
Vigo harbour, GALL : HISP . Q . CLASS . EXPUG . COMB . CAPT. ; 

in exergue, BRIT . batav . q . expeo (sic) . ad . vigos . mdccii 
(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 237, no. 20) 
Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound 
with fillet, &c. ; same as the preceding ; 5^ Hercules, stepping from 
the sea, plants his foot upon the neck of the prostrate Dragon, and 
arrests the flight of a French soldier, who is endeavouring to carry 
off the Golden fleece, NON DOLO NEC arte sed aperto marte; 
in exergue, MDCCII (1-7. Med. III. 11,7;. 238, 7io. 21), venj fine 2 

450 Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702. Victory decorating a trophy of 

arras with a naval crown and branches of palm and laurel; 
around are implements of war, SPES et vires HOSTIUM fract^ ; 
in exergue, incensa GALLOR CLASSE . hispan . OPES AMERIC . 
INTERCEPT. ; ^ Yiew of Vigo harbour, with a fleet at the entrance 
attacking and burning galleons and other ships. The sites are 
marked of REDONDELLE, VIGOS, BOCES, and CANGAS ; ANGLORVM ET 
BATAVORVM VIRTVTE : in exergue, AD VIGOS PORT . GALLICIAE . 

1702 ; edge, decidit in casses pr.-eda petita meos , ovid (1-6. 
Med. III. II, p. 238, no. 22) 
Capitulation of Towns on the Meuse, 1702. Bust of Anne to 
left, crowned, lovelock on the left shoulder, in gown fastened 
with brooch in front, ANNA . DEI . GRA : MAG : BR : FRA : ET . HIB : 
REGINA ; 9> Liege bombarded, VIRES . ANIMVMQVE . MINISTRAT. ; 

in exergue, captis . colonia . trajana . venloa . rvremvnda . 
STEPHANOVERDA . LEODio . MDCCII. (I'lo. Van Loon, IV, 358 ; Med. 
III. u,p. 241, no. 26) 2 

451 Baron de Cohoorn. Bonn Taken, 1703. Bust of De Cohoorn, 

three-quarters to right, hair high and long, in cravat and armour, 

MENNO . BARO . DE . COEHOORN . SVMMVS . APVD . BATAVOS . ARMO- 

RVM . PR.EFECTVS . & ; on truncation, )-( 



118 

Lot 451 — continued. 

IJi View of Bonn besieged ; in front, the Rhine, chronogrammatic. 
sic . Igne . DoMata . FEROCI ; in exergue : 

UT TONUS EVERTIT TUBARUM MOENIA QUONDAM 

SICQ . TONANS COEHORX, MOENIA BONN A TU A. ; G. F. N. ; edge 

plain (1-85. Med. Ill U, p. 245, no. 3i), fine and very rare [PI. XV] 1 

452 The Earl of Athlone. Successes, 1702. Bust of the Earl of 

Athlone to right, hair long behind, in armour and with badge of the 
Order of the Elephant, sus{)ended to a riband, godardus ATHLON : 
COM : EXERC : FOED : BELG : IMPERATOR. ; on truncation, M. 
SMELTZING ; Jl An obelisk, decorated with captured standards and 
shieMs, inscribed with the names of the towns KEYSWERDI, venlo, 

STEVWAERDT, ROERMOND, LUYCK, STOCKHEM, GREV. - BROEC, HAM- 
MOND, BRY, visET, NAVAR, and PEER. Four captives are chained 
to the base, which is inscribed, SIC BATAVIS CONTINGIT AB HERCULE 
THESEUS. MDCcii (1-9. Med. III. u, ]). 242, no. 27), extremely fine 
Sir Jacob Bancks, 1703. Bust of Sir Jacob Bancks to right, hair 
long and flowing, no drapery, lACOBVS. BANCKS. EQS. ; I^ A ship^ 
standing otf near the coast and dropping her anclior, TANDEM, cast, 
veiij rare {M'd. III. II, p. 248, no. 38) 2 

453 Cities captured by Marlborough, 1703. Bust of Anne to left, 

hair l)ound with tillel, lovelock on the left shoulder, ear-ring, neck- 
lace, in gown ;iiid mantle fastened with brooch iti front, ANNA . 
1) : (; : MA(; : l;lt : FRA : i:t . HIB . RECJINA ; \X A female figure 
murally crowned, kneeling to right, presents three keys upon a 
sulver to Marlborough on horseback, SINE . CLADE . VICTOR. ; in 
e.vergue, CAPTIS . BONNA . HVO . LIMBVRdO. 1703 (1-ijo. Med. III. 
II. j). 24G, /(". 3.")), licd qii'cimens 
Victories of the Allies, 1703. A female figure, facing, wearing hat, 
uiid holding in light hand a winged spear, on which are naval and 
muial crowns, and in lett a bag of money, in the background is 
Neptune, ;ind a Hutch soldier ; and in the distance three towns and 
;i fleet, Vodlt'r VADKP.I.ANl) EN BONDGENOOTEN, in exergue, BON . 

mv . i.iMi;i>i:(;ii . i;iii\i;kr(;h . ghldkr. ; \}. Two lottery boxes 
with conieal-.shaped covei's, one inscril)e(l, PRYSEN EN NIETEN., the 
other, si'itKiKi; KN XAMEN, l)etween theni is seated a naked child, 
wiiM holds in each iiaiid a ticket which it has drawn from the boxes ; 
on eitlier side are two cornuc(ji)ias fiUeil with money, one reversed ; 
ahovt; is a wini^ed genius, holding scales ami dropping two small 

SCI-,, lis oi- lottery tickets, Tl^or DKHF/r AAN SYNE GlINSTELINGEN 
KI.KKNK 1:N (ikoiiTK ( .AA N'KN IIT : in exeigue, DIE NIET WAAGT DIE 
MKT MINT. \I. sMKl.T/.lNd (IS.-). M>'d. I//. l\, p. 2 i7 , Hu. 3), Very 
fill' iiiid iiirr 3 



119 

454 Charles III of Spain, Departure for Portugal, 1704, Bust of 

Charles III of Spain to right, laureate, hair long, no drapery, CARO- 

LVS . Ill . HISPANIAR . INDIAR . REX . CATHOL. below, I. BOSKAM . F. ; 

51 A fleet in full sail ; above, hovers an eagle bearing the fulmen 
and the olive branch, LIBERATOR . ET. ULTOR. ; in exergue, CAROL. 

Ill . HISPAN . REX BRITAN . BATAVQ . CLAS . IN LUSIT . PROFICISC . 

MDCCIIL (1-7. Med. III. II, p. 251, no. 42) 
Queen Anne's Bounty, 1704. Bust of Anne to left, laureate, love- 
locks behind and on the right shoulder, in gown and mantle with 
fringe, ANNA . D : G : MAG : BRI : FR : ET . HID : REG. ; on edge of 
mantle, I. C. ; 5c Anne seated to right, on her throne, presents a 
charter to her clergy, kneeling before her, on a band, PIETAS . 

AVGVSTiE ; in exergue, PRIMITIIS . ET . DECIMIS . ECCLESI^ . 

CONCESSis . MDCCiv (1-75. Mecl. III. ii,p. 251, no. 43), both very fine 2 

455 Death of Augustus Ferdinand. Duke of Brunswick, Bevern, 

1704. Bust of the Duke of Brunswick to right, hair long, in armour 
and mantle, with embroidered border, avgvst : FERDIN. DVX. BR. 

ET. LVN. BEVER 

9: A trophy of captured arms placed upon a slab, the edge inscribed, 
ANT. VLR. D. B. ET. L. FRAT. FIL. OPT. MER. EF ; in the distance 
storming of a camp and burning of a pile of arms, DANT. arma. 
TROPH^VM. castra. rogvm. ; in exergue, castris. in. schellen- 

BERGA. AD. DONAWERDAINL EXPVGNATIS. GALLIS BOIARISQVE. FVGATIS 
MORS. GLORIOSA. 2 JVL. MDCCIV. 

(r75. Med. III. II, 254, i1),fine and very rare 1 

456 Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound 

with fillet, lovelock on the right shoulder, in gown fastened with 
brooch in front, anna . d g . MAG . BR . FR . ET . hib . regina . 
below, I. BOSKAM . F. ; 9: View of the battlefield with the Danube 
in the distance ; in the foreground the Duke of Marlborough on 
horseback to right, commanding, DE . GALL . ET . BAV . ITERVM . 
ad . DANVB . MARLB . DVCE. ; in exergUe, DELETO . HOST . ING . 

EXERC . MDCCiiii (Iw. Med. III. II, p. 255, no. 48) 
Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Bust of Anne to left, hair tied in 
a knot at the top of the head, lovelock on the left shoulder, in 
gown and mantle, ANNA . D : G : MAG : BR : FRA : ET . HIB : REG. 
below, CROKER ; 1^ Britannia seated to right, on a globe, holds a 
Victory ; behind her is her shield ; before her is a captive seated on 
piles of French and Bavarian arms and flags, DE . gall : ET . BAV : 

AD . BLENHEIM, in exergue, CAPT : ET . CAES : XXXM . SIGN . RELAT . 

CLXiii . MDCCIV. (1-35. Med. III. ii, p. 256, no. 49), two specimens, 
all very fine 3 



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4o7 Duke of Marlborough. Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Bust of 
Marlljorough to right, hair long, in armour, and riband across 

the breast, lOH . D . MARLEHVRG . ANG . EXER . CAPIT . GENER. 

below, )-( = Georg Hautsch ; ]Ji Mars seated to left, leaning upon 
his shield, inscribed mars vltor, encourages a soldier in the 
destruction of his enemies, mikatvr telis aemvla tela svis ; in 

exergue, OB GALLOS ET 15AVAR0S DEVICTOS . TALLARDO DVC . AD 
HOCHSTAD . CAPTO . I 704, on edge, FORTVN/E OBSEQVENTI DVCIS 
FORTISSIMI POST PRIMITIAS SCHELLENBERGICAS. (1 45. Med. III. 

II, p. 256, no. oO) 
Prince Eugene. Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Bust of Prince Eugene 
to right, hair long, in lace cravat, armour, collar and badge of the 
Golden Fleece, ev(;enivs franx' . Dvx sab . CyES . exer . gener . 
COMJI. ; on truncation, * , the mark of Georg Hautsch ; 9> The 
angel with Hamiiig sword destroying the army of Sennacherib, 
GENII VIRTVTE ROM . n .kkg. 19. ; in exergue, GALLIS BAVARISQ . 
C.ESIS TALLAMDO CUM X . MILI . AD HOCHSTAD . CAPT . 1704; on 
edge, GLORIA AD TIKISCVM IIVNGARI/E PARTA, RENOVATVR AD DA- 

NVBIVM (iEK-MANLE (1-45. Med. III. II, j?. 258, no. 53), two .yeci- 
men>i, all extremehj Jine 3 

458 Eugene and Marlborough. Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Busts of 

Eugene and Marlborough, facing each other, in armour, and wear- 
ing respectively the badges of the Orders of the Golden Fleece and 
the Garter, Ei'fiENius D . SABAUDIAE. lon . I) . marleborow, below: 

HIC POLLUX . JIIC castor ADEST . QUOS (JLORIA FRATRES 
IlUOiJSTETTEQUE FACIT . NUNC QUOQUE, (JALLE, TUMES 1 
^> Marshal Tallard and his staff surrendering their swords to Marl- 
borough and Eugene in the midst of a battlefield. In front is the 
river-god of the Danube, DOXAV, PIACULA TEMERITATIS GALLICAE. ; 
in exergue : 

GALLE, KETKO PKOl'ERA, VULTUS PERFEKRE DECOROS 
NUN POLES, AUT TUMULUM SERVITIUM\'E VIDE. 
Xlll . AUG . MDCCIIII. 
(2-2. Mnl. III. II, y/. 2G0, no. 55), fine and rare 1 

459 Battle of Blenheim, 1704. Two Victories support three shields 

bearing tlie port i;iit.s k\(;en . u\x . SAP.AWD . — lvdov . \VILH . 
MARCH . liAHEN .— loMANN . DVX . MAKLEi;vu(;, a band beneath is 
inscril)ed ills r\'iKi,.\i;ii;vs, probata socioRVM VIRTVS FIDESQVE ; 
in exHiguc, francoma skrvata . svevia . lip.erata. 1704; \}. The 
Genius of the Danube contemplating Victory, seated amidst a 
pile of arms, and inxnibing on a shield Xlll avg, tallard . FR . 
MARESCH . CVM .M\ l.T . DVCIli . ET . X MILLIP, . MILIT . CAPTIS ; in 

exergue, GALMs i;a\ai;is(^)\i.: devictis ; on edge, chronogrammatic. 



121 

Lot 459 — amtinued. 

Defensa fortIter Contra gaLLos et boIoarIos gerManIa, 
F. K. (Frederick Kleinert) (1-75. Hfecl III. u, j). 262, no. 58) 
The Peace Festival at Augsburg, and the Battle of Blen- 
heim, 1704. Children, with their father and mother, raising tlieir 
hands in prayer, above rays of light, wanx sie nocH reden, 
wiL ICH HOREN . e/ . 65 ; in exergue, avgspvrgischer kinder 
friedensfest ; 51 chronogrammatic inscription Der sItzet AN Der 
|&bd>STEN*tatt HATS FEInDeS LIsT GETILgET . 13 . AVG . g. f. n. 
(1-8, lozenge-shaped. Med. III. ii, p. 264, no. 60) 

A festival was held annually by the children of Augsburg to commemorate 
the Peace of West})halia. In 1704 the feast was held on the same day as the 
battle of Hochstadt or Blenheim ; this medal was therefore made to commem- 
morate both events. 

And another, as the medal in lot 432, all fine 3 

460 British Victories, 1704. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with 

fillet, love-lock on the right shoulder, in gown fastened with 
brooch in front, ANNA . D . G. MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA, 
below )-(. ; 1^ Britannia, n)urally crowned, holding an anchor 
and a rudder, is seated at the foot of a palm-tree, to which are 
suspended three shields incribed DE GALL ET BAVA AD DONAWERD . 
— DE GALL . ET BAVA ITER . AD HOCHSTAD . — GERMANIA LIBERATA 
HOSTIB FVGAT, in the distance is seen the attack upon GIBRALTAR, 
and a Nereid is approaching Britannia and presenting to her a naval 
crown, DIVES TRIVMPHIS ANGLIA ; in exergue, FRETO GADITAN . 

OCCVPAT . CLASSE . GALL . FVGATA . MDCCIV ; On edge, IN OMXI 
GENTE, QVJE AVDIERIT NOMEN TVVM, MAGNIFICABITVR SVPER TE 

DEVS ISRAEL, ivdith, xiii. 31 (IQ. Med. III. II, p. 270, no. 70) 
Capture of Gibraltar and Naval Engagement off Malaga, 
1704. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with pearls, love-lock on 
the right shoulder, in gown and mantle tied in a knot on the left 
shoulder, ANNA . D : G : MAG : BRI : ERA : ET . HIB : REG :, below 
I. C. ; 5^ Neptune, in his sea chariot, to left, presents his trident, 
decorated with a crown, and a mural crown to Britannia, standing 
upon the shore, victoria. . navales ; in exergue, CALPE . expvg . 
ET . GALL . VICT . MDCCIV (1-55. Med. III. II, -p. 266, no. 64) 
James {\\\), Elder Pretender. Protection of Louis XIV, 1704. 
Bust of James to left, hair long, no drapery, lAC . ill . D . G . mag . 
BRIT . REX ., below N. R. ; \^ Sun, above sea, dispelling clouds, 
VIRTUS . MOX . NUBILA . PELLET; in exergue, 1704 {\-\, grained 
edge. Med. III. u, p. 210, no. 11) 3 

461 George Augustus, Electoral Prince of Hanover, and Princess 

Caroline of Anspach, Marriage, 1705. Bust of Piiuce George to 
right, hair very long, in armour, mantle over the left shoulder, and 



122 

Lot 46 1 — confin ueiL 

riband across the breast, <;eorg . AUG . PRINC , ELECTORAL . BR . 
& L . ; in exergue, flammar FELICES ., below E. HANNIBAL 
\)>. Bust of Princess Caroline to right, hair confined by strings of 
pearls and bandeau, love-lock behind, in mantle fastened by a string 
of jewels over the shoulder, wilhel . carol . march . brand ; in 
exergue, QVAS . MVTVVS . EXCITAT . ardor, below E. HANNIBAL 
(2'o5), fine and rare 1 

462 Barcelona taken, 170o. Bust of Charles III of Spain to right, 
hair very long, in armour, mantle, collar and badge of the Golden 
Fleece, CAROLVS . ill . d . o . rex hlspan . arch . avst ; on trun- 
cation, p. H. N. : \}. Barcelona, kneeling to left, presents a mural 
crown to Charles, habited as a Roman Emperor, Victory crowns 
him with laurel, and Plenty descends with her cornucopia, distant 
city, expectato vindici l.eta sesvbiicit; in exergue, Barcelona 
D . 14 . OCT . 1705 : on edge, RES posciT opem et conspirat amice 
(1-7. Med. lU II, p. 278, no. 83), extremely fine 
Barcelona relieved, 1706. Bust of Anne to left, hair tied in a 
knot at the top of the head, love-lock on the left shoulder, in 
gown with straps on the shoulder, and mantle, anna . D : G : MAG : 
P.R : FliA : KT . H[l! : REG, below CROKER ; 1^ The city and harbour 
of Barcelona, above the sun eclipsed, BARCELONA . lib . gallis . 
FVG : in exergue, I . MAII . MDCCVI (1-35. Med. III. ii, p. 280, 
/('/. ^^), Hirer spe rim ens, fine 4 

4G3 Barcelona relieved, 1706. Bust of Charles III of Spain to right, 
hair vei y long, in armour, mantle, collar and badge of the Golden 
Fleect', CAKoi.vs . in . d . g . rex hispan . arch . avst ; on trun- 
cation, p. II. M. ; l;l The city, harbour, and pier of BARCELLON., 
and the ;iliandoned cannon, &c., of the besiegers, above the sun 
eclipsed, VNivs lii;ki:at]() alterivs oppressio ; in exergue, fvga 

GALL . ET KCLIPS . EUI) . DIE . 12 . MAII . 1706 ; OU edge, O NIMIVM 
DII.KCTK 1)E(i, Tllil MILITAT /ETHER (1-7. Med. III. II, p. 281, no. 87) 
Barcelona relieved, 1706. Bust of Charles III of Spain to right, 
hail- long, in pbiiii neck-bands, armoui', collar and badge of the 
(iolden Fleece, cAUoLVS ill D . (; . Hisp . et INDIA REX; !;{= The 
city and harbour of Barcelona, P.aI{(:i:lL(>XA GALL . EREPTA . 1705 ; 
in exergue, KnimTKIt GOXTRA EOSD . DEFKNSA . 1706 (I'O. Med. 
III. II /'. 2s;',, //... sit). I,„fh veri/fine 2 

464 Battle of Ramillies, 17U(;. Bust of Anne to left, hair tied in a 

kimt at the top of the head, love-lock on the left shoulder, in 
gown and mantle, awa . D : (i : MA<; : V.n : FRA : ET . IIIB : REG, 
below (KdKKi; : U Two Fames, witli trumpets, hold a map of the 



123 

Lot 464 — continued. 

conquered provinces, a town in the distance, gallis . ad . ramellies. 
VICTIS . XII . MAII . MDCCVI ; in exergue, FLANDR : ET . BRABANT : 
RECEPT (1-35. Med. III. ii, p. 284, no. 92), two specimens 
Battle of Ramillies and Conquest of Brabant, &c. 1706. 
Bust of Marlborough, three-quarters, to right, head facing, profusion 
of hair, in lace cravat, armour, collar and George of the Garter, 

lOH . D . G . S. R . I . PR . D . MARL . EXERC . ANGL . C . G ., below* , 

the mark of Georg Hautsch ; ^ Mars, carrying in one hand the 
shields of Brabant, Flanders and the Marquisate of Antwerp, and 
in the other a trophy of captured arms, marches to left rapidly over 
prostrate foes, PRETIVM NON VILE laborvm; in exergue, GALLIS 

ACIE DEVICTIS . BRABANTIA . FLANDR, ET . ANTWERP . XV . DIER . 
SP . EREPT . 1706 ; On edge, MARTE FEROX, ET VINCI NESGIVS ARMIS. 

viKG. (1-45. Med. III. II, p. 287, no. 95), very fine 

Victories of Anne over Louis XIV, 1706. Anne, armed as 

Minerva, overthrows Louis XIV, armed as a Roman warrior, and 

waves over him a branch of palm, LVDOVICVS magnvs . ANNA 

MAIOR ; $1 Victory with a palm branch and a mural crown, &c., 

as Med. III. 11, p. 288, no. 96 ; on edge, dominvs tradidit evm in 

MANVS FCEMIN^. ivdith.xvi.c (1-7. Med. III. u, p. 288, no. 97) 4 

One object of the medallist is to satirize Louis for assuming the title of 
MAGNVS. and scofSng him with having been defeated by a woman. If he was 
'• great," Anne was " greater," as her arms had everywhere proved victorious 
over him. 

465 Victories of Anne over Louis XIV, 1706. Anne, armed as 
Minerva, overthrows Louis XIV, armed as a Roman warrior, &c., 
same as the preceding ; ^ A tower besieged, Abimelech smitten 
with a stone thrown by a woman from the top of the tower, and 
calling upon a soldier to slay him, percvte me NE dicatvr qvod a 
FEMINA interfectvs SIM. ivdic. c. 9 ; on edge, same as preceding 
(1-7. Med. III. n,p. 289, no. 98) 
Barcelona relieved and Conquest of Brabant, 1706. Philip, 
on horseback, flying to left, drops his crown, and is terrified at 
seeing an infant genius eclipse the sun by interposing the shield of 
Austria, Barcelona in the distance, SOLIS EGLIPSIS . d . 12 , mai ; in 
exergue, BARCELLONA OBSIDIONE LIBERATA PHILIPO ANDEGAV . EX 
HISP . fvgato, below * ; j^ Supplicant cities present their keys 
to Marlborough on horseback in the field of battle, victoriarvm 
IMPETVS ; in exergue, SVB dvce marlebvrg . victore perpetvo . 

gall . PROFLIGATIS BRABANTIA ET FLANDRIA EREPT.E . MDCCVI ; on 

edge, SIC SOL crescentes decedens dvplicat vmbras. virg.; f k. 
(1-8. Med. III. u,p. 289, no. 99) 
Successes of the Allies in Spain and Brabant, 1706. A radiant 



124 

Lot 4G5 — continued. 

sun with human face, surmounted by the crown of Spain, amidst 
its rays are three other crowns indicating the Empire, England und 
Holland : 

MIT GOTT DVHCH M . O . G . VND L ., 
WIRDS DA VND DOKTEN WIEDER HELL 

ii The sun eclipsed, at each corner is an inscription BARCELONA 

LIBERATA . 1706 . 12 MAI . ECLIPSIS SOLIS .— MADRITVM OCCVP . m . 
MAI .— BRABANTIA OCCVI' . /// . MAI . — TIRLEMONT . GLADES . m . MAI, 

underneath a drooping lily und the artist's initials, G. F. N. (^l, 
lozenge-shaped. Med. III. ii, 'p. 290, no. 100) 3 

466 Successes of the Allies in Spain and Brabant, 1706. A seg- 
ment of the globe marked EUROP.E, above clouds obscuring sun, 
SIC OBSCURATUR GLORIA MA(;XI REGIS; in exergue, MDCCVI ; 
y^ Arranged around a medallion of Charles III CAROL . Ill . HISP . 
REX are three laurel circles, one with a naval and a mural crown 
contains a view of Barcelona, bombarded, BARCIXO . LIBER . XII 
MAY ; another, murally crowned, has a view of the battle of Ramillies, 
PR(EL . RAMIL . XHII (s^V') MAY ; the third, also murally crowned, lias 
a view of Madrid, intra . MADRI . XXYI . lYNY, behind are the flags 
of the Allies, DOMINUMQUE IN REGNA TULERE ; in exergue, an 
arabesque ornament (1-75. Med. III. \l, p. '2%\, no. \0\) 
Union of England and Scotland, 1707. Bust of Anne to left 
crowned, in enibioidered gown, collar, George, and star of the 
Garter, ANNA . D : G . MAG : BRI : FR : ET . HIB : RKG, below i.e. ; li The 
British shield within the Garter crowned, and between branches of 
palm and laurel, supported upon a pedestal marked with the double 
cypher of •/ /(, on one side is the Lion and on the other the 
Unicorn ; ;dl these are placed on a pedestal decorated with two 
sceptres in saltire, and from which are suspended the collar and 
George of the (Jlarter, MAI . I . MDCCVII (LSo. Med. III. II, p. 295, 
no. 107) 3 

4G7 Union of England and Scotland, 1707 ; and .'^ix small Medals 
having rt ference to the L'nion, as Med. III. ll, p. 295, vos. 108, 109, 
110, 112, 11.-; and 114 8 

468 Union of England and Scotland, 1707. Bust of Anne to left 
crowned, in gown, iiiatitle, collar, (ieorge and star of the Garter, 

ANNA . DHl . i;1:ATIA . .MA(i : lUllTAN : FRA : ET . HIB : REGINA 

ii Stalue, »»f Anne as I'allas armed with spear and shield, NOV.-E . PAL- 

I.ADIVM . TKol.K 

(2-75. Mrd. III. II, j,, ■n)^_ ,,„ ii-j)_ n'n/ Jiite 1 



125 

469 James (III), Elder Pretender, Restoration of Kingdom, 1708. Bust 

of Prince James to right, laureate, hair long, in armour and mantle 
tied in a knot on the shoulder, CVIVS . est, below C^(jl^ monogram ; 
51 Map of Great Britain and Ireland, marked BRiT . L, SCOT . E, and 
HIB. u, the sea is dotted with ships, reddite (1-5. Med. III. ii, 
2). 312, no. 133). Bust of Prince James to left, hair long, no 
drapery, CUIUS . EST, below monogram ^^. ; 5^ Map of Great 
Britain and Ireland marked BRIT, SCOT, and hie, the sea is dotted 
with ships, REDDITE, grained edge (1-2. Med. III. 11, p. 313, 
no. 134). Bust of Prince James to left, hair high and long, love- 
locks, in armour and mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, 
CVIVS EST, below N. R. ; $c Map of Great Britain and Ireland, similar 
to the preceding, but marked ANGLIA. L, SCOT. E, and HIB.D, the 
sea is dotted with ships, redditvr igitvr (2. Med. III. 11,^;. 314, 
no. 135) 
James II and James (III), Elder Pretender, 1708. Bust of James II 
to right, laureate, hair long, no drapery, lACOBVS . ii . D . G . M . B . F . 
ET . H . REX, below 1699, X. R. ; ^ Bust of Prince James, Elder Pre- 
tender, to right, laureate, hair long, in armour and mantle tied in 
a knot on the shoulder, CVIVS . EST, below C^J^^ monogram (1-45. 
Med. III. II., p. 315, no. 138) 4 

470 Attempted Invasion of Scotland, 1708. Bust of Anne to left, 

hair bound with pearls, lovelock on the right shoulder, gown and 
mantle tied in a knot on the left shoulder, ANNA . D : G : MAG : 
BRI : ERA : ET . HIB : REG :, below I. C. ; ^ Britannia armed pro- 
tects Scotia crouching at her feet from alarm at the French fleet, 
which, however, is fleeing before the English fleet, except one ship 
the Salisbury, which bears the French flag and is engaged by a ship 
with the British flag, CLASSE . gall . FVG, in exergue AD . fretvim . 
EDENBVRG . XIV . MARTii . MDCCViii, s. B. (Samuel Bull) (1 -55. Med. 
III. u,p. 316, no. 141) 
Attempted Invasion of Scotland, 1708. Bust of Anne to left, 
hair bound with fillet, in gown fastened with brooch in front, 

ANNA . D . G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA, below )-( ; ^ The 

French fleet fleeing before the English fleet off the coast of Scotland, 

SCOTIA, FVGERE NON FALLEKE . TRIVMPHVS, in exergue GALLORVM . 
CONATVS . IN . SCOTIAM . ANNAE J.I . VIGILANTIA . ELVSI . CIOIOCCIIX, 

on edge SIC PVERi NASVM rhinocerotis habent (1-6. Med. III. 11, 
p. 317, no. 142) 
Attempted Invasion of Scotland, 1708. Bust of Anne to left, 
laureate, in gown a!id mantle, anna d . g . magn : BRIT : franc : 
ET HIB : regina, below s. ; Jc The sceptre of Providence entwined 
with rose and thistle, on one side is the ship SALISBURI striking its 



126 

Lot 470 — continued. 

flag to another one with the English flag, and on the other side 
are prisoners conducted to the Tower, QUis NOS IMPUNE LACESSET 

UXITAS, in exergue IRRITO SPURIl lACOBI REDITU IN SCOTOS . 
CLASSE GALLICA EXTERNATA . M.DCCVIII (I'SS. Med. Rl.ll, p. Z\^, 

no. 143), all vtrij fine 3 

471 Attempted Invasion of Scotland, 1708. Bust of Anne to left, 

crowned, &c., anna d . g . mag . et vnit^ brita, &c. ; ^ Inscrip- 
tion QVOD DEVS ET REGES LEGITIMI HENRICVS ROSIS lACOBVS 
NOMINIBVS ANNA REGNIS CONIVNXERVNT LVDOVICVS XIV . GALL . 
REX PRINCIPE SVPPOSITIO SEPARARE AVSVS EST , D . XXIV , MART . 

MDCCViii (1-7. Med.lU.u,p.?>-2Q, no. \^b mr.) 
Attempted Invasion of Scotland, 1708 (2). Bust of Anne to 
left, laureate, pearl necklace, in go\vn and mantle, anna . d : g : 
MAG : BR : FRA : ET . HIB : REGINA, on mantle monogram of M B. ; 
5t An ass, about to feed on a thistle, is driven away by a female 
figure interposing a rose, INIMICVS ODOR appetitv fortior ; in 
exergue, GALLi scotiam aggressvri solo anglorvm aspectv 

FVGANTVR. 1708, On edge INFELIX OPERAM PERDAS, VT SI QVIS 

asellvm in campvm doceat, second example with plain edge 
(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 321, no. 146 var.), all very fine 3 

472 Battle of Oudenarde, 1708. Bust of Anne to left, crowned, in 

embroidered gown, collar, George, and star of the Garter, a bow of 
pearls with a brooch on the left shoulder fastens a mantle, which 
passes behind, anna . D : G : MAG : BRI : FR : ET . HIB : REG, below I. C; 
^ Two captives bound to the base of a column, which is sur- 
mounted by a Victory and is decorated with captured French 
standards, GALLis . AD . ALDENARD . VICTIS, in exergue XXX . lUNii . 
MDCCVIII (1-75. Med. III. II, p. 322, no. 148) 
Battle of Oudenarde, 1708. Marlborough and Eugene, habited 
as Roman general.s, trample upon prostrate foes, each holds out 
his hand to the other, Victory hovering over them, crowns each 
with a laurel wreath, IVSTITIAQVE DEDIT GENTES FKEMARE SVPER- 
BAS. yirg., in exergue STllAGES (JALLORVM prope ALDENARDAM . 
II . IVLY . 1708; ^o Victory, with a palm branch and a bundle of 
united arrows, advancing to right, points to a trophy of captured 
arms and tiags, to the foot of which two captives are bound, H.-EC 
SVNT SI'OLIA DK RECE SVPEUBO. ; iu exergue, FVROR GALLORVM 

FRACTVs (1-7. Med. III. u, p. 323, no. 149), both fi,ne 2 

473 Battle of Oudenarde, 1708. Castor and Pollux on horseback 

charging to right, salvtakivm sidervm apparitio, in exeigue 
EV(;ENn etmaki.ki!OVp.(;ii felixconivnctio; l;l View of Oudenarde 
with the battle before the walls, VANDOM . IN FLANDR . SICVT IN ITAL . 



127 
Lot 473 — continued. 

EVNDEM FVGIT ET VT FVGIENDVS DOCET, in exergUe MVLT . MILL . 
GALLORVM CLADES AD ALDENAR . MDCCIIX . D . XI . IVL, on edge 
NIL DESPERANDVM TEVCRO DVCE ET AVSPICE TEVCRO . (I'T. 

Med. III. II, ^.324, no. 150) 
Battle of Oudenarde, 1708. Marlborough and Eugene, habited 
as Roman generals, each holds a laurel wreath and plucks a 
flower from a lily, AD EXORNANDAM LAVREAM, in exergue EVGENii 

ET MARLBOVRGII . CONIVNCTIO GALLORVM DISSIPATIO ; Jt a boy 

seated to right under a tree, catches a cock with hook and line, V^ 

TIBI LVDENTI NAM MOX POST IVBILA FLEBIS, in exergUe GALLI 
GANDAVO ET BRVGA CAPTA, ALDENARDAM OBSESSVRI VINCVNTVR . 

MDCCIIX. XI. IVL (1-65. Med. III. ii, p. 325, no. 152), both fine and 
rare 2 

474 George Louis, Elector of Brunswick, 1708. Bust of the Elector 

of Brunswick to right, hair long, in armour, mantle and riband 
across the breast, GEORG . LVD . D . G . DVX . BR . ET . LVN . s . R . I . 

ELECT, below E. HANNIBAL . F. 
9) Inscription CAES . AVTH . ET VNAN . S . R . IMP . ORDINVM CONSENSV 
IN COLLEG . ELECTORALE SOLEMNITER INTRODVCTVS DIE 7 . SEP- 
TEMB . I 708 . QVOD PATER INCHOAVERAT FELICITER PERFECIT, above 

a star, below a rose 

(2-6. Med. III. u,p. 327, no. I5i),fi7ie and scarce 1 

This medal commemorates the admission of George Louis (afterwards 
George I of England) to the Electoral College. 

475 Capture of Sardinia and Minorca, 1708. Bust of Anne to 

left, hair bound with pearls, in gown and mantle, ANNA . D : G : 
MAG : BRI : ERA : ET . HIB : REG :, below I. c. ; R Victory, standing on 
a conch floating on the sea, holds a palm branch and the English 
flag, Sardinia and Minorca in the distance, SARDINIA . ET . balearis 
MINOR . CAPTiE, in exergue MDCCVIII (1-55. Med. III. 11, p. 329, 
no. 157) 
City of Lille taken, 1708. Victory, trampling upon Lille and 
her shield, takes from her her mural crown, INSVLA flandr . 
GALLis A foederatis erepta, in exergue indefessa virtvte 
INVICTISSIMI EVGENII SAB . PRINCIPIS . MDCCIIX ; ^ Pallas to left, 
amidst piles of arms, terrifies a French soldier by the Gorgon 
shield, SPES hostivm perterritorvm praecisa, in exergue prv- 

DENTIA FORTISS . DVCIS MARLEBVRG . OBSIDIONEM INSVLANVM PRO- 

tegentis, p. h. m., on edge spectante nec qvicqvam avdente 

EXERCITV GALLOR. MAX . SVB DVCE BVRGVND . LVDOVICI NEP (I'S. 

Med. III. II, p. 330, no. 159) 
Citadel of Lille taken, 1708. Bust of Anne to left crowned, in 



128 

Lot Mb —continued. 

embroidered gown, collar, George and star of the Garter, and 
mantle, ANNA . D : G : MAG : BRI : FR : ET . HIB : REG ., below I. C. 
\}. Victory facing murally crowned, holds a palm branch and the 
shield of Lille, her foot rests on an ui)right slab, on which hangs a 
plan of the fortifications of that city, INSVL.E . CAPT^ . IsrDCCViii 
(1-7. Med. III. II, ;>. 338, no. 169), all fine 3 

tTG Citadel of Lille taken, 1708. The building of the Tower of Babel, 
labourers distressed by the confusion of tongues, CONFVNDAMVS 

LINGVAM EORV.M, VT XOX AVDIAT VNVSQVISQVE VOCEM TROXIMl 

svi, in exergue ry«sel vel ixsvl.-e per principem ev^genium 
OBSESSA 22 . AVG . ET 23 . OCT . RECEPTA . I 708 ; I;l Lille and its 
"cittadelle" bombarded, above the sun and moon, SISTE SOL IN 
GIBEON ET LVNA IN VALLE AIALON, in exergue CASTELLVM RYSEL 
OBSESSVM XX VH OCT . RECEPTVM VERO IX DEC, on edge VNITA 

viRTVS VALET (1-9. Med. III. u, ]). 339, no. 170). Gallia seated 
facing, bemoans one lily dropped from her shield which is suspended 
from a withered tiee before her, GALLIA MOERENS OB LILIVM 
DEPERDITVM, ill exergue INSVLA FLANDR . CVM CASTELLO RESTI- 

TVTA ; lA View of Lille, foederatis aditvs in galliam apertvs, 

in exergue VRBE REDDITA D . 23 . OCT . CASTELLO . D . 9 . DEC . 
MDCCVITI, on edge TEMPVS VLTIONIS EST A DOMINO . VICISSITVDI- 
NEM IPSE TRIBVET EI . IEREM . LI . 6 (1-75. Med. III. II, jp. 340, 
no. 171), hot h fine 2 

477 Ghent retaken, 1708. View of Ghent and the trenches of the 

bfbiegiiig ainiy, avtoritate ET POTESTATE ; in exergue, PRV- 

DENTIA FORT . D . MARLB . TRAD . CAROLO III . GANDAVVM POST OBS . 
S . DIER . D . 29 . DEC . I 708 

Ijl MOXSR.LA MoiTE, the Governor of Ghent, and the French com- 
manders, humbly present a glove to the Duke of Marlborough on 
horseback, in tlu' distance the French garrison, GALL . PR.ES., de- 
paitiug, CAROLI . V . IMP . A GALLIS TECHNIS RAPT/E ET CAROLO III . 
RESTITVT.E CHIROTHEC.'E, on edge MENS VNA SAPIENS PLVRIVM 
VICIT MAXVS 

(1-7. Mrd. III. II, ;/. 348, no. \8'^), fine and rer;/ rare 1 

478 Campaign of 1708. Gallia seated, facing, bemoans one lily 

dropped from her shield which is suspended from a withered tree 
befnre her, <;ai.i.ia moekens OB LILIVM DEPERDITVM ; in exergue, 
INSVLA ll.ANDi; . ( \ M CASTELLO RESTlTVTA. ; l;l Between branches 
of palm and laurel, Jind surmounted b}' a castral and two mural 
crowns, and two wi-eaths, is a shield .sus[)ended against a tree and 
inscribed, scalim tkaikcta . \allo host . perrvppto . brvxell . 



129 
Lot 478 — continued. 

LIBERAT . DVCE BVRGVND , IN GALL . FVGATO GANDAV . ET BRVGIS 

RECEPT., on one side Victory trumpets forth these exploits, and on 
the other the Genius of the Scheldt tranquilly reposes and admires 
the arms, &c., on the ground, expeditio foederat . feliciss . 
FINITA. ; in exergue, MDCCVIII. ; on edge, tempvs VLTIONIS EST A 

DOMINO . VICISSITVDINEM IPSE TRIBVET EI . iebem .li . 6. (1-75. Med. 

III. II, p. 349, no. ISi), field slightly burnished 
Negotiations fop Peace, 1709. Louis XIV standing near his 
throne, before him a female figure, France, who represents to 
him the miseries of his subjects, caused by famine, war and sedi- 
tion, symbolized by three prostrate figures, who surround the king, 

QVEM DAS FINEM REX MAGNE LABORUM. ; ^ Louis XIV consulting 

an astrologer, who stands bsfore him near a table, on which is a 
globe, holds a staff and points to the astronomical symbol of Mars, 
War, at the highest elevation in the sky, whilst that of Mercury, 
Peace, scarcely appears on the horizon, 

CYLLENIVS H^RET 
ET COELVM MARS SOLVS HABET. ; 
edge, LONGI POENAS FORTVNA FAVORIS EXIGIT (Med. III. II, p. 352, 
no. 187), very fine and excessively rare, only two examples known 2 

479 Negotiations for Peace, 1709. A rainbow stretching over 

mountains and cornfields, &c., DECIPIT VNDE PATET. ; below, DE 
SINIT . IN . LAGRYMAS, and in exergue, ABRVPTA PRELIM IN PACIS . 
MENSE APR . MAI . IVN . MDCCIX ; ^ Two right hands united issuing 
from clouds, ^in ^cijtlm Xitx$ 33utf) mnnt (1-35. Med. III. u,p. 354, 
no. 189), fine and possibly unique 
City of Tournay taken, 1709. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound 
with pearls, lovelock on the right shoulder, in gown and mantle 
tied in a knot on the left shoulder, ANNA . D : G : MAG : BRI : 
FRA : ET . HIB : REG : ; below, I. c. ; P^ Pallas seated to right, rests 
her arm upon her Gorgon shield and holds a spear murally 
crowned, near her a pile of arms and flags, a town in the distance, 
TORNACO . EXPVGNATO . ; in exergue, MDCCIX. (1-55. 3Ied. III. ll, 
p. 354, no. 190), very fine 2 

480 City of Tournay taken, 1709. Victory, holding in chains the 

prostrate figure of Discord, is preceded by the Genius of Tournay, 
with her shield, and strewing her path with laurels, VT MELIVS 
PROCEDAT. ; 5> Tournay bombarded, SOLVTA CATENIS INSVRGIT. ; 
in exergue, tornacvm captvm . MDCCIX. ; on edge, REGXI COL- 

LAPSA RVVNT IMMANIA MEMBRA. VIRGIL. C. G. L. (1-75. Med. III. II, 

jy. 356, no. 192); both very fine, one with plain edge with loop 2 

K 



130 

481 City of Tournay taken, 1709. A Spanish vessel, with the French 
arms affixed to her stern, is labouring in a heavy sea, her mizen- 
mast, carrying French colours, has been carried away, and her cargo 
is being thrown overboard, one bale of which is marked dornik., 
legend NE PEREAT PERDIT. ; 5^ Tournay bombarded, &c., same as 
the preceding, edge as last (1-75. Med. III. ii, p. 356, no. 193) 
City of Tournay taken, 1709. Gallia, crowned, seated, facing, in 
great distress, &c., as on 194 ; Ijl Plan of Tournay, vltimvm opvs 
MARTis CETERA PACIS ERVNT. ; in exergue, N (1-7. Vav. Loon, V, 
141 ; Med. III. II, 7). 358, no. \ 95), plated, Jine and rare 2 

482 Battle of Malplaquet, 1709. Bust of Anne to left, crowned, in 

embroidered gown, collar, George and star of the Garter, a bow of 
pearls with a brooch on the left shoulder fastens a mantle, which 
passes behind, anna . d : G . MAG : bri : FR : ET . HIB : REG. ; below, 
I. C. ; 5^ French entrenchments in a wood attacked ; above. Vic- 
tory flying, with two laurel wreaths, Concordia . et . virtvte. ; in 

exergue, GALLIS . AD . TAISNIERE . DEVICTIS . AVG : XXXI . MDCCIX. 

(1'85. Med. III. u, p. 359, no. 197). Another, busts facing each 
other, of Eugene and Marlborough, EVGENivs . FRANC . DVX . 

SABAVD . * lOHANNES . DVX . D . MARLB . S . R . I . P. * ; below 

)-(. ; $1 Landscape, sun setting amidst clouds, CRVENTVS OCCIDIT. ; 
in exergue, galli AD . montes han . viCTi . A . MDCCix d . xi , sept. 
(1-7. Med. III. u,p. 360, no. 198) 
Mons taken, 1709. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with pearls, 
right shoulder in gown and mantle tied in a knot on the left 
shoulder, ANNA . D : (i : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET . HIB : REG : ; below, I. C. ; 
51 Victory, bearing a wreath and a palm branch, flying to left 
above the city of Mons, montibvs . IN . hannonia . captis. ; in 
exergue, mdccix. ; on the line of exergue, S. B. (1'55. Med. III. II, 
p. 362, no. 202), all reri/ fine 3 

483 Mons taken, 1709. Gallia, holding the broken chain of Mons, who, 

murally ciowncd, is seated on a rock, upholds her Gorgon shield 
against the lightnings hurled against her by Bellona, who rests 
her hand upon a Inindle of fasces, NEC CASTRA NEC MVNIMENTA. ; 
in exergu*', pustcenivm avtvmni., n. ; 1/ The Colossus of Rhodes 
falling to pieces, MOLE RVIT SVA ; in exergue, MONTES HANN . 
GALLIA LAP, . i^Ecvi'EiiATi . XXIII . OCT . MDCCIX. ; monogram of M B. 
(1-65. Med. III. II, J). 363, no. 203) 
Campaign of 1709. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with fillet, in 
gown fastened with brooch in front, ANNA . D , G . MAG . BR. FR . ET . 
HiB.RE(;iNA. ; below, I'. H. M. ; ^ Mars, leaning on a shield de- 
corated with a view of the battle of Malplaquet, and Hercules 



131 

Lot 483 — continued. 

leaning on a shield having a view of mons, are seated upon a 
pedestal decorated with a view of tornick, on the top of the 
pedestal Fame places a castral and two laurel crowns, tvrris . 
CASTRA . MONTES VICTI. ; in exergue, VICTORIA PACIF . A : MDCCIX. 
(1.7. Med. m. II, p. 366, no. 207), both fine and rare 2 

484 Trial of Sacheverell, 1710. Bust of Sacheverell three-quarters to 

right, hair long, in clerical robes, H : SACK . D : D : ; 9> Mitre, : IS : 
FIRM : TO : THEE : (1-4. Med. III. II, p. 367, no. 210), very fine 

Douay taken, 1710. Bust of Anne to left, laureate, hair bound 
with pearls, in mantle and gown, anna . avgvsta. ; below, i. C. ; 
$1 Victory, standing amidst piles of captured French arms and 
standards, affixes to a column a shield inscribed, SALVS PROVIN., in 
the distance Bellona is driving a French soldier beyond his 
entrenchments, VALLO . GALLORVM . dirvto. ; in exergue, et . 
DVACO . CAPTO . MDCCX. (I'Q. Med. III. II, p. 369, no. 213), very 
fine 

Douay taken, 1710. The sun declining behind the globe, defectvm 
LVMINE VIDIT. ; $1 Two soldiers seated on a military cloak playing 
with dice, one has gained money marked MONS, RUSEL, DORNIC, 
the other has in reserve two more pieces marked ARRAS, PARIS, 
and is paying away a third inscribed DOVAY., SPES perdens. ; 
in exergue, DVACVM gallis pacem spern . ereptvm . mdccx. 
(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 371, no. 216), extremely fine and uncommon 3 

485 Douay taken, 1710. Minerva snatches from Jupiter half his 

thunderbolt and carries it oflF, BREVI. TEMPORE INERMIS ERIT. ; in 
exergue, virtvte. foederatorvm. ; mon. of m. b. 
9= Birdseye view of Douay, HiEC. reqviem. rebvs. finemqve 

LABORI ALLATVRA. ; in exergue, DVACVM. CAPT. D. 29 IVN MCCX. 
N. ; on edge, INVENIT. TAM. LONGA POTENTIA. FINEM (1'7), Very fine 
and very rare 1 

486 Battle of Almenara, 1710. Bust of Anne to left, laureate, hair 

bound with pearls on the right shoulder, in mantle and gown, 
ANNA . AVGVSTA. ; below, I. C. ; ^ Battle scene, cavalry charging, in 
the foreground General Stanhope seizing the bridle of the horse of 
the Spanish general Amezaga, and striking him with his sword, 

PVGNA . EQVESTRIS. ; in exergue, HISPANIS . AD . ALMENARAM . VICT . 

iVLii. XVI . MDCCX. {Med. III. 11, p. 373, no. 218). 
Battle of Sapagossa, 1710. Bust of Anne to left, laureate, &c., 
ANNA . AVGVSTA. ] below, I. C. ; I?d Victory, introduced by Britannia, 
presents captured standards to Anne, seated to right upon her 

K 2 



132 

Lot 486 — continued. 

throne, HISPANIS . PROFLIGATIS. ; in exergue, AD . CiESARlAM i 
AVfJVSTAM . AVG . IX . MDCCX. (I'O. Mcd. III. \\, p. 373, vo. 219) 

Capture of Bethune, St. Venant, and Aire, 1710. Bust of 
Anne to left, laureate, Szc, as the preceding ; Ijl A trophy of French 
arms and flags, decorated with three mural crowns, and erected on a 

pedestal, BETHVNIA . FANO . S" . VENARTII. ET. ARIA. CAPTIS. ; in 
exergue, INSPECTANT . GALL . CENT . MILL . MDCCX., S B. (1-9. Med. 

III. U, p. 374, no. 220), all verij fine, the lad rare 3 

487 Successes of Eugene and Marlborough, 1710. Busts, facing 
each other, of Kugene and ]\larlborough, evgexivs . FRANC . DVX . 

SABAVD * lOHANNES . DVX . D . MARLB . S. R . I . P . * ; I;l Five 

compartments, one, with a castral crown, shows the passing of the 
French lines of La Bassee at Pont-a-Vendin and Courrieres, the 
other four, murally crowned, represent DO VAY, BETHVNR, S . VENANT, 
and ARIEN ; MVNIMENTA OCCVPATA ; in exergue, MDCCX ; on edge, 

ARMORVM FOEDERATORVM FRVCTVS (1-75. Med. III. II, p. ^11, 

no. 223), very fine and rare 

Claim of the Eider Pretender, 1710. Bust of Prince James to 
left, laureate, hair long, no drapery, lACOBVS . iii . D . G . M . B . F . 
ET . H . REX ; I^ Landscape, with sheep feeding, &c., same as the 
preceding (1-2. Mrd. III. II, ;^ 381, iiO. 230) 

The French Lines passed and Bouchain taken, ^\ September. 
1711. Bust of Anne to left, laureate, in gown and mantle, ANNA. 
AVGVSTA ; ou edge of mantle, I. C. ; 5^ A French soldier, kneeling, 
surrenders his sword, musket and a mural crown to a female figure 
seated on a globe amidst a pile of arms, and holding a shield 
inscribed FORTVNA MANENS, in the distance is Bouchain, HOSTES . 

AD . DEDITIONEM . COACTI ; in exergue, VALLO . GALLORVM . SUPE- 
RATO . ET . ]'.V(.'1IEMI0 . CAPTO . MDCCXI (1-75. Med. III. II, p. 385, 
no. 237), fine and exlreiiieli/ rai'e 3 

488 1 Capture of Bethune, St. Venant and Aire, 1710. Unicom, 
Eagle and Lion breaking down palisades, which enclose Aire, join 
in singing the aria, or musical air, which is marked on the score, RE 
SOL . LAKH, over their heads, RHMEAKE . UEXVN'CIARE . REXVMERARE ! 
SUCIORVM . SEl'I INCANTANTVM; in exergue, CAPTA . IX . NOVEMB . 

CL)I.)CCX . .N Nuremberg 
\X On a table covered with a cloth, decorated with fleurs-de-lis, is an 
open music book with the score marked sOL . FA . LA : MI, and a 
sceptre, behind wliicli the sun is setting, above DVUA . VIS . CIS . 
CITRA., VICTUIIIAS . CARI'.ONE NOTAT . DKCEM ., ANNORVM . DISCOR- 
DIA ., HINC . SOL . CALAMITAS . ; in exergue, S . GETRVD . SVRD . XXV . 



Lot 488 — continued. 

IVL . SERES BETHVN . DISRVPT., XXX . AVG . S . VENANT . MIGRAT . 

XXX SERT ; on edge, e x . castellis . hesperle . tot milia nvmvm . 

HAEC . AVRES PATTLAS . SOCIORYM . DENVO REDDENT 

(1"65. Med. El. ii, p. 375, no. 221), plated, fine and extremely rare 
[PL XVIII] 1 

489 Concord of Britain, 1711. Bust of Anne to left, hair bound with 

fillet, love-locks behind and on the right shoulder, in gown fastened 
with brooch in front, ANNA . D . G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA, 
below p. H. M. ; ^ A harp, chronogrammatic DVLCe MeLos VnIta 
SONAT; in exergue, CONCORDIA britannorvm (1-7. Med. III. ii, 
p. 386, no. 238), very fine and rare 
James (III), Elder Pretender, and Princess Louisa, 1712. Bust of 
Prince James to left, hair high and long, love-locks, in armour, and 
mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, lACOBVS . iii . D . G . M . 
B . F . ET . H . REX, below N. R. j ^c Bust of Princess Louisa to left, 
hair high upon the head, loose love-locks, in mantle fastened with 
diamond-shaped brooch on the shoulder, PRINCEPS . LVD . SER . M . B . 
REGIS. SOROR, below N. R. 1712 (2-05. Med. III. ii,p. 388, no. 241). 
Bust of Prince James to left, laureate, hair long, no drapery, 
iacobvs . Ill . D . g . m . b . f . ET . h . REX, below D\J{^ monogram ; 
51 Bust of Princess Louisa to left, hair curled high in front, collected 
in a knot behind, loose locks on the shoulders and behind, no 
drapery, PRINCEPS . LVD . SER . MAG . BRI . REGIS . SOROR, below 
^\X monogram (1-2. Med. III. il, j). 389, no. 24:3), fine 3 

490 Congress at Utrecht, 1712. The city of Utrecht ultrajectum, 

above the shield of the city forms the keystone to the Arch of 
Peace, a rainbow caused by the sun in the distance, sl IVbet anna 
nIMIs non fIDIt beLga CoLorI , in exergue, congregato . 29 . 
IAN . conventvi legationvm evropaeae pacis stabilis svasor . 

D . D. D . '^ 

^ Device divided by loxaixi . ; in one half a Cock crowing, pax . 

pax . PAX ., holds out a palm branch to a Lion, which offers an- ''^^ (» 
other one inscribed TORRis . (Tories), and holds in the other paw 
a sword ; behind it is a Leopard, which seems to be retiring, and 
is bearing a sword and a drooping palm branch inscribed wiCHS. 
(Whigs), chronogrammatic rIgIDVs non MItIs paCIfICator ; in 
the other half is a plank balanced on a winged globe, marked SCHUK , 
SCHUK . SCHUK ., and covered with a row of bottles ; at the lower 
end is an Ape drinking the gurgling wine, and uttering the words 
SCHLUCK, SCHLUCK, SCHLUCK, and at the other end a Cock holding 
a palm branch, playing on a harp, and singing gluck, GLUCK, 
gluck ; before it is the Trojan Horse, with the Holy Lamb beneath 



134 

Lot 490 — continued. 

aud a Fox in front holding a sword, chronogrammatic IMbeLLeS 
frVstra sVaDent beLLa, p. w. 

(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 393, no. 248), venj fine and very rare 
[PL XVIII] 1 

491 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Bust of Anne to left laureate, in em- 

broidered gown and mantle, anna . d : g : mag : bri : FR : ET : HIB : 
REG :, below i. c. ; 9= Britannia seated to left, her shield at her side, 
holds an olive branch and a spear, on one side are ships, on the other 
men ploughing and sowing, COMPOSITIS . VENERANTV . ARMIS ; in 
exergue, MDCCXiii (2-3. Med. III. u, p. 399, wo. 256), very fine 
Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Bust of Anne to left, laureate, hair 
bound with pearls, love-locks behind and on the left shoulder, 
in embroidered gown and mantle tied in a knot on the shoulder, 
ANNA . D : G . MAG : BRI . FR : ET . HIB : REG ; on truncation, I. G. 
Jt Britannia stands to left, with spear and shield, and holds out an 
olive branch, on one side are ships, on the other men ploughing and 
sowing, COMPOSITIS . VENERANTVR . ARMIS ; in exergue, MDGCXIII 
(1-35. Med. III. II, p. 400, no. 257), three examples 4 

492 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Peace, crowned, holds an olive branch 

and locks the door of the Temple of Janus, inscribed ANNO 
MDCCXIII, on the steps are War and Discord in chains, behind Peace 
are the globe, a cornucopia from which fall coins, distant shipping, 
and Mercury, emblematical of Commerce, holding a caduceus and a 
scroll inscribed europ.e pax REDDITA; in exergue, TRAIECTUM ; 
$1 Europe, laureate, seated on the sea-shore, holds an olive branch 
and a cornucopia, in the distance are ships, and above rays from 
heaven; in exergue, europa (19. Med. III. u, p. 402, no. 262) 
Peace and Liberty, with their emblems, embracing each other, stand 
upon broken arms aud implements of war, and trample on Envy, 

INVIDIA FREMENTE PAX ET LIBERTAS TKIVMPHANT ; on the rim of 
the exergue, I. Drapentier . f.\ 1^ On a pedestal is a caduceus 
entwined with olive branches and between two cornucopias crossed 
(symbols of Commerce and Peace), around are arranged the various 
symbols of Art and Science, the pedestal is inscribed PACE . TRAIECTI . 

EX . DIFFICILI . BKLLO . KESTITVTA . ORD . FRIS . DEP . FIERI . IVSSER- 
VXT . A . CirMOXIII, IIAEC MVXERA PACIS (2-65. Med. III. II, p. 404, 
no. 264), /'"//( cxlrcmdij fine and scarce 2 

493 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Time, with his serpent ring and scythe, 

seated on clouds above the city of Utrecht, qvaesitae TEMPORA 
PACIS evnt ; in exergui', foedere icto, D. wys; Ijl Mercury, seated 
on an iron box, the raised lid of which he holds in one hand and a 
bag of money in the other, watches two blacksmiths, who are forging 
a ploughshare out of armour and implements of war, DIFFINGITE 



135 

Lot 493 — continued. 

ARMA : PAX EST ; in exergue, ill eid . april . CIOIOCCXIII (11 April, 
1713), D. WYS (1-8, Med. III. II, pAOi, no. 260), very fine and rare. View 
of Bois-le-Duc, in the foreground is La Pucelle, or the Genius of the 
place, seated under an olive-tree, holding a spear, and leaning upon 
her shield, at her feet is an owl, agunt in pace ; in exergue, within 
ornamental compartment, S . P . Q . S . ; ^ Peace holding a palm 
branch, cornucopia and caduceus, seated between two columns, on 
one side is War chained, on the other are infant Genii, emblematical 
of Religion and Justice, TEMPORA OPTATA ; in exergue, CIOIOCCXIII 
(1-05. Med. III. II, p. 405, no. 266). Bust of Louis XIV to right, 
hair long, no drapery, LUDOVICUS MAGNUS REX CHRISTIANISSIMUS, 
below the monogram of T. B. ; $1 the city of Lille, murally crowned, 
kneels to left, resting upon her shield, and presents a laurel wreath 
to Louis XIV, habited as a Roman Emperor, liberatori . pacifico ; 
ill exergue, PR/EF . INS . CONS . 1 7 1 3, 1, c. R. (I -6. Med. III. 11, p. 406, 
no. 269), very fine; and a small Dutch Medalet on the same event 4 

494 Peace of Utrecht, 1713. Anambassador or deputy walking to left 

carrying the roll of a treaty, PAVICI NON PLVRES ; in exergue, CAV . 
sarvm. patroni .AN 1713; JL Inscription mvlti advocati sed, 
PAVCI . SELECTi (TO. Med. III. II, p. 408, no. 272) 
Peace of Utrecht and Discontent of the Empire, 1714. 
Three men, an Englishman, a Frenchman and a Dutchman, all 
partially undressed, make a deposit in common under a wall, the 
Englishman says I AM PLEASE, the Frenchman SI VOUS plait, and 
the Dutchman, who smokes his pipe, IK maek mee ; concordia res 
parvae crescvnt : in exergue NOOT breekt isen, pax ou trec, 
1 7 13; ^ The same three men, fully dressed, throw at each other 
the contents of the heap which they are represented making on the 
other side, the Englishman says FIE, WHAT is that 1 the French- 
man SANS REGARD, and the Dutchman, still smoking his pipe, WAT ! 

BEHAEGT U DAT 1 ; DISCORDIA MAXIMA DILABVNTVR ; in exergue, 

DAT SOL IE HiER BEWISN, PAX IN TREC . 1714 (retrograde) (1-7. 
Med. III. II, p. 409, no. 273), both fine and rare satirical medals 2 

495 Anne (unpublished), 1703. Bust of Queen to left, hair raised and de- 

corated with pearls, lovelocks on either shoulder, in low chemisette 

. -i 

who in classical costume, stands by rock, in background sea with 
infant tritons bringing offerings, TV . MIHI qvodcvnqve HOC . REGNI, 
in exergue MDCCIII 

(2-0, gilt), fine and very rare [PL XVI] 1 

496 Oval repousse Portrait of the Duke of Marlborough, a similar Portrait 

of Queen Anne, and three small Medallettes of the same reign 5 



cloak and flowing scarf, ANN . D . G . MAG . BR . FR , ET . HIB . REGINA 
^ Neptune, with trident advancing to left and offering shield to Ann ^^ _ . /»! 



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GEORGE I. 

1714—1727. 
Gold. 

497 Coronation, 1714. Bust of George I to right laureate, hair long, 
in scale armour and mantle, GEOROivs D . G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . 
REX, on truncation i.e. 

51 The king, in royal robes seated to right in a shell-formed chair, 
crowned by Britannia holding her spear and shield, in exergue 

INAVGVRAT XX OCT . MDCCXIIII 

(1-35. Med. III. II, p. 424, no. 9), very fine 1 

498 Coronation, 1714. Similar to the preceding, but the obv. from dif- 
ferent die, very fine 1 

Ivory. 

499 Kneiler (Gottfried) celebrated Portrait Painter, 1648-1723, Medallion 
Portrait, by Croker. Bust of Kneiler to right, hair long, the shoul- 

ders draped, gothofridvs kneller . prim . pict . regis . mag bri- 

TANLE, below bust I.C. 

(3 "6), unpuhlished and j^robably unvjue [PL XVI] 1 

Silver. 

500 Proclaimed King, 1714. Bust of George I to right, hair long, 

in armour, mantle and riband across the breast, GEORG . LVDOVICVS 

D . G . M . BRIT . REX . D . B . ET L , EL .; in exergue, PROCL . XII . AVG . 

1714 ; on truncation, monogram of M. B. 
^ Apollo, head radiated, seated facing on a rock, and playing on a 
harp, a lion and a leopard repose at bis feet, rmiVM DVLCEDINE 
MITES ; in exergue, X. 

(1"4. Med. III. II, j/. 419, no. 1), very fine cvid very rare 1 

501 Proclaimed King, 1714. Bust of George 1 to right, hair long and 

flowing, in armour and mantle, GEORGIVS . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FR . 
ET . HII5 . HEX, l)el()\v K. HANNIBAL 
I^ George, weatiug tht; electoj-al cap and robes, between Eeligion and 
^ -— ' Lil)erty, who (:r()\\ ns him with laurel, ai)proaches Britannia, who 

presents to him the insignia of royalty and tramples upon the bea.st 
of Discord, behind her the liritish Lion .supports the royal shield 

crowned, PRINC : opt : RELIGIONIS ET LIBERTATIS CVSTODI, in 

exergue pvplka .wcToitiTATK proclamato i'„ avg . anno MDCCXIIII 
(2-65. Mril. III. II, J,, 420, no. 2), very fine and very rare 1 



137 

502 Accession, 1714. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair long, in 

mantle, GEORG LVD . D . G . M . BRIT . et HIB . REX DVX B ^ L . S . R . 

I . ELEC ; below * 
9) The sun in the midst of the constellation Leo, REGNORVM ALBIONIS 

NVNG IVRA GEORGIVS INTRAT . ANNO MDCCXIV . D . XII . AVGVSTI, 

m. m. rose 

(1'7. Med. III. II, p. 421, no. 4), very fine and rare 1 

503 Accession, 1714. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair long, in 

mantle, GEORG . LVD . D . G . M . BRIT . FR . ET . HIB . REX DVX B ^ L . 

S.R.I. ELEC ; below * 
$1 A map of Great Britain and a part of Europe with many names 
marked thereon, a horse leaping from Hanover to Britain, chrono- 
grammatic legend aCCeDens DIgnVs DlVIsos . orbe brItannos 
1 714, in exergue VNVS NGN SVFFICIT ORBIS 

(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 422, no. 0), fine and very rare 1 

504 Arrival in England, 1714. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair 

long, in armour with straps on the shoulder and mantle, GEORGivs . 

D : G . MAG . BRI . FRA ET HIB REX . F . D, below I. C. 

Jl The King as Neptune seated in a marine car drawn by four sea- 
horses and attended by Tritons and Nereids, approaches the coast, 

RECTOR . MARIVM, in exergue ADVENTVS . REGIS . IN . BRITANNIAM . 
18. SEPTEMB : 1714 

(2-65. Med. III. Ii, p. 422, no. 6), very fine and scarce 1 

505 Entry into London, 1744. Bust of George I to right, laureate, 

hair long, in armour and mantle, GEORGivs . D . G . MAG . BRi . fra . 
ET . HIB . rex . f . d, below I. c. ; 1^ A female figure, London, tur- 
reted, presents the keys of the city to the King in a car drawn by 
four horses in front of the Royal Exchange, l^etitia pvblica; 
in exergue, adventvs . REGIS . IN . vrbem. 20 . sept : 1714 (1-85. 
Med. III. II, p. 423, no. 7), very fine 
Coronation, 1714. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair long, in 
scale armour with lion's head on the breast, and mantle, GEORGIVS . 

D . G . MAG . BRIT . FR . ET . HIB . REX, below E. HANNIBAL ; l^c The 

King seated to right, beneath a canopy of state, is crowned by Bri- 
tannia, resting her hand upon her shield, in exergue inavgvrat . 
|i OCT . MDCCXiiii (2. Med. III. 11, p. 423, 710. 8) 2 

506 Coronation, 1714. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair long, 

in scale armour with straps on the shoulder and mantle looped on 

the shoulder, GEORGIVS . D : G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REX, on 

truncation I. c. ; '^ The King in royal robes seated to right, in 
a shell-formed chair, is crowned by Britannia holding her spear 



138 

Lot 506 — eontinued. 

and shield, in exergue inavgvrat . xx . OCT . MDCCXilii (1-35. 
Med. Ill II, p. 424, no. 9) 
Coronation, 1714. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair long, 

in mantle, GEORG LVD . D . G . M . BRIT . FR . ET HIB . REX DVX B ^ 

L . s . R . I . ELEC, below * ; $1 St. George on horseback to left, 
slaying the dragon, Victory hovers above and crowns him, FIDEI 

DEFENSOR ET AEQVI, in exergue CORONATVS 3 I . OCT . MDCCXIIII, V 

(1*7. Med. III. II, p. 425, no. 12), very fine and very rare 
And four small Medallettes or Counters, as Med. III. ii, pp. 428, 429 
and 430, nos. 18, 20 and 1Z, principally very fine 9 

507 The Sensorium Club, 1715. Eloquence and Truth standing facing, 

the former grasps a scroll inscribed SUADERE, and the latter with 
her foot upon a globe holds up a meridian sun and a palm branch ; 
$1 The meridian sun with human face, SENSORIVM . ANNO . PRIMO . 
GEORGII. 1715 (1-35. Med. III. u, p. 432, no. 29) 

Battle of Sheriffmuir or Dunblain, 1715. Bust of George I to 
right, laureate, hair long, in figured armour, and mantle fastened 
with brooch on the shoulder, GEORGIVS . D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET . 
HIB : REX . F : D, below I. C. ; R. Victory, with sword and palm 
branch, rapidly pursuing a body of fleeing cavalry, PERJURII . 
ULTRix, in exergue AD . DVNBLAINVM . 13 . NOV : 1715, on the line 
of the exergue I. C (John Croker) (1-8. Med. III. ll,p. 433, no. 30) 

Preston Taken, 1715. Bust of George I to right, laureate, hair 
long, &c., same as the preceding ; Jl A military trophy placed upon 
a pedestal decorated with two united hands, two captives are 
chained to the base, fides . MILITVM, in exergue rebell : AD . 
PRESTON . CAPT : 13 . NOV : 1715, on the line of the exergue I. C. 
(1-8. Med. III. n, p. 435, no. 34), all very fine 3 

508 Sir Andrew Fountaine, 1715. Bust of Fountaine to right, long 

flowing hair, in cravat and loose mantle, ANDREAS . fovntaine . 

EyVES . AVRATVS . ANGLVS, below 17 • 15 
Iji Pallas standing amidst ruins and works of art, points to several 
medallions lying upon a tomb, before her is a pedestal surmounted 
by the bust of a Roman emperor, her sliield upon the ground bears 
the arms of Fountaine, in exergue A . selvi . F 

(3"4. Med. III. u, p. 433, no. 30), very Jim and rare 1 

509 The Act of Grace, 1717. Bust of George I to right, hair long, 

in embroidered mantle lied in a knot on the shoulder, GEORGIVS . 
D . (; . MA(; . i;r . v\\ . ht . iiii; . rex . f . d. below i. c. ; I^ A winged 
female figui'e 'Jleniency leaning upon a column, holds an olive branch 
and with a caduceus touches the head of a serpent, CLEMENTIA . 



139 

Lot 509 — continued. 

AVGVSTI, in exergue MDCCXVii, i. c. (Med. III. ii, p. 436, no. 36), 
very fine 
Attempts of James (III), Elder Pretender, to recover the English 
Throne in 1708 and 1716. Bust of Prince James to right, laureate, 
hair long, in armour and mantle tied in a knot on the shoulder, 
NIHIL EFFICIENS ; ^ Map of Great Britain marked SCOTIA 1 708 . 

M. MART. 1716 . M. FEBR., BRITANNIA, HIBERNIA, BIS VENIT VIDIT 
NON VICIT FLENSQVE RECESSIT (1-25. Med. III. U, p. 436,710. 35), 

very fin£ and very rare 

The two dates upon this medal indicate the two unsuccessful attempts of 
James to recover the crown of England. 

Treaty of Passarowitz, 1718. Bust of George I to right, lau- 
reate, in figured armour and mantle, GEORGIVS . D : G : MAG : BR : 
FR : ET . HIB : REX . F : D, below I. c. ; ^ The King in Roman costume 
standing within a rich tent, points to the Morea on a large globe, 

PACIS . ARBITER, in exergue INTER . GERMAN : TURC : ET . VENET : AD . 

PASSAROWITZ. 1718, I.e. (1'8. Med. III. U, J). 437, no. 39), fine 3 

510 Naval Action off Cape Passaro, 1718. Bust of George I to 

right, laureate, hair long, in figured armour, and mantle fastened 
with brooch on the shoulder, GEORGIVS . D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET . 
HIB : REX . F : D, below i. c. ; I^ A rostral column amidst a pile of 
arras and surmounted by a statue of the King as Neptune, SOCIORVM . 

PROTECTOR, in exergue CLASSE . HISP : DELETA . AD . ORAS . SICILL/E . 

17 18 (1-75. Med. III. 11, p. 439, no. 42). Within two laurel 
Avreaths are the busts of CAROLVS VI . D . G-. ROM . IMP . SEMP . AVG . 
and GEORGIVS . D . G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . R., between them is a 
winged caduceus rising from the hull of an antique galley decorated 
with Hags, vetant foedari foedara ; Jl Jupiter on his eagle and 
Neptune in a conch attack a fleet, SIC MOTOS FAS est COMPONERE 
flvctvs, in exergue chronogrammatic hIspanorVM CLassIs A 
IoVe ET neptVno DeLeta (1-7. 3Ied. III. 11, p. 440, no. 43), very 
fine. An eagle destroying seven smaller birds, NVNCA . nadie 
CONTRA . sv . SENOR, in exergue within arabesque * ; ^ A naval 
action off the coast of SIRACVSA. and the port of MESSINA, VICTORIA 
NAVAL . CONTRA LOS ESPANOLES, in exergue mdccxviii and * 
(1-75. Med. III. II, p. 441, no. 45), very fine and very rare 3 

511 Escape of Princess Clementina from Innspruck, 1719. Bust 

of Princess Clementina to left, hair decorated with diadem and 
wreathed with pearls, in gown and ermine mantle, CLEMENTINA. 
M . BRITAN . FR . ET . HIB . REGINA, below OTTO . HAMERANI . F. ; 

51 Princess Clementina in a car drawn at speed by two horses, in 
the distance Eonie and the rising sun, fort VN AM . CAVSAMQVE . 



N 



140 

Lot 511 — continued. 

SEQVOR, in exergue deceptis . cvstodibvs . mdccxix (1-9. Med. 
III. II, p. 444, no. 49) 
Marriage of James (III), Elder Pretender, and Princess Clemen- 
tina, 1719. Bust of Prince James to right, hair long, in scale 
armour with Medusa's head on tlie breast, and mantle, lACOBVS . ill . 
D , G . M . B . F . ET . H . REX ; 1^ Bust of Princess Clementina to left, 
hair long and wreathed with pearls, in gown decorated with a pearl 
chain and drop, and mantle, CLEMENTINA . MAGNAE . britanniae . 
ET. C.REG, on truncation otto hamerani (1-9. 3fed. III. ii, 
p. 446, no. 52). Busts conjoined to right of James and Clementina ; 
he, hair long, is in armour, mantle and riband across the breast ; 
she, hair confined by pearls and bandeau and flowing over the 
shoulders, wears loose mantle, lACOB . ill . R , CLEMENTINA . R, on 
truncation hameuan ; 5^ Hercules, leaning on his club, takes the 
hand of Venus, holding a flower and attended by Cupid holding a 
caduceus, regivm connvbivm, in exergue kal . septembr . mdccxix 
(1-6. Med. Ill II. J). 445, no. 51), all very fine 3 

512 John Law, Financier, 1720. Half-length figure of Law three-quarters 

to right, head facing, hair long, in cocked hat, embroidered coat, 
and the badge of the Order of the St. Esprit attached to a 
riband ; in his right hand he holds a paper inscribed, ACTI . EN 
billets., m": de laws, comte de tanckerville, conseiller du 

ROY DANS touts SES CONSEILS, SURINTENDANT ET CONTROLLEUR 
general DES finances du ROYAUME de FRANCE. 

5^ dvrch. .ICTlSd^ credit teich' gaerten. lotterie. kvx' lib' 
ROSS, billets, wie. avchdurch. alchymie kommt man. zvms. 
liebe. gelt, vnd weis. so. gar nicht wie In anno qVo 
DefICIente feCV nos fVgIt. oMne-nLv. ; chronogrammatic 
date, 1720 

(r.3), viqmblished, very fine and very rare 1 

513 John Law, Financier, 17"20. Half-length figure of Law as on pre- 

ceding medal, same legend 
Iji KJ.l'i-f ■'Ml':'\TUS FULD TEZIBI NlCHT LUSCHT MEHRHAT ZUR 
LOTTHIUK so SCIIAFFT YOR BILLET ./CT/ 6"-^ HER IX DIE KREUZ 
UND IN DIE (,>UKR NACHDER IETZ'GEN WKLT BEGEHR 1720 

(rn;5. Mid. III. n, p. 450, no. 5G), -very fine and rare 1 

514 John Law, Financier, 1720. A windmill, the sails of which are 

blown I'ound by Law, whose head projects from the right hand side 

of the Itlast, and from wliose mouth issues LOUlSDOllS, on one sail a 

* I coriuicopiie picjduces billets, on another, decorations, &c., a third, 

actikn, and the fourth, winged pieces of money, on the mill is 



141 

Lot 514 — continued. 

MONOYE. BANCO and Id, and on its upright support is MERCVRE ; 
above is LES RICHESSES DE FRANCE, and beneath 1720. 
$1 In centre in seven lines, EN Magnas Dat opes CeLebr. LaVVs 
PER bona qVestVs:=i72o ; around, koMt seht Das frantz 
VoLCkan herr LaVVs thVt grosse thaten (same date in 
chronogram) 

(rS), impublished, very fine and very rare 1 

515 John Law, Financier, 1720. Back view of half-length figure of 

Law in cocked hat and coat, around waist a belt inscribed MDCCI, 
and between the inscription visiBiLis. invisibilis., banqverodt 
tft A LA mode. ; ^ An old man, prostrate on the ground, grasping 
in his right hand a winged caduceus, and in his left a packet in- 
scribed WEXL briefe., (TT^f'D/T ift maus;etJ3Dt(l-0. Med.Ill.u, 
p. 451, no. 59), very fine and rare 2 

516 John Law, Financier, 1720. A man blowing script from a pair 

of bellows and crying out, WER KAVFT actien., wer sich dvrch 

DIESEN WIND DEN GELD6EITZ LAESSET FVHREN. ; in exergue, SEY 

KLVG . V . WIZIG IN VERKEHREN. L -"^ 

^ A dog crossing a bridge over a stream and dropping a bundle of ^ ^ 
script, the shadow of which is seen in the water below, der kan 

VERWIRRVNGS VOLL SEIN HAAB . V. GVTH VERLIEREN. ; in exergUe, 
SOLL DICH ESOPI HVND NIGHT LEHREN . 1 720. 

(1-35. Med. III. II, 2^. 451, no. 58), very fine and very rare 1 

517 John Law, Financier, 1720. Full-length figure of a man (Law) 

to left, with magnifying glass inscribed 100, on a table to left are 
notes with various numbers, and to the right is an open coffer full 
of coins ; around, vergros-rvngs . glas . thvts . hier . vnd . an r 

so . VIELEN . ENDEN . DAS . SICH DIE KLVGSTEN . AVCH . DIE . GELD . ^' 

SVCHT . LASSEN . BLENDEN. ; in the exergue, der . actien BETRVG c V - 

VND. LIST. 

51 A man hanging from a tree, another fleeing to the right, a third 
walking away to the left, and a fourth drowning in the river ; 
around, in two concentric lines, SPIEL . 1ST , NVN . endeckt . {sic) 

das . BLAT . HAT . SICH GEWEND V SO MACHT DER BETRVGEIN 
SCHRECKENVOLLES END ; in the exergue, DER GANZEN WELD EIN 
DENKMAL 1ST. 

(1"5), unpublished, very fine and very rare 1 

518 John Law, Financier, 1720. An escutcheon bearing the follow- 

ing arms, a coff'er half open, from which a vessel and out of 

this a Scotchman on each side is emptying water, two lis above ^>(> 

crowned ; around the medal, in two concentric lines, PARTVRIVNT . 



142 

Lot 518 — continued. 

MONTES . NASCETVR . TRALALARALA . INSIGNE . TOVT . LA COMPAGNIE ; 

and beneath, Mann sChIre . sICh . nVn . N Vr . In . DIse . neVe . 
zeIt. = 1720. 

9; Around the coin, MANN . SEZT . SICH . NIGHT . FVR . MAAS . NOCH . 

ziEHL., and across the field, die . DA . reich , werden . wollen . 

FALLEN . IN . VERSVCHVNG . I . TIMOT . VI . G . 10 . 1720, 

(1'05), unpuhlislied, and perhaps unique 1 

519 John Law, Financier, 1720. In field, TJ1{IS missisippischer 

JCTI 6N GENERA DIRECTOREST EST L JWS SCOTVS EDENBURGICUS 
MERCATOR MONETARIVS INTRICATISSIMVS BANQVIER ^ GENERAL- 
CONTROLLEVR FINANCIER TRES-RAFFINE MDCCXX ; arOUnd, QVI 
MODO CROESVS . ERAT IRVS ET EST SVBITO 
$1 In field, TOLLVNTVR IN ALTVM VT LAPSV GRAVIORE RVANT ; around, 

above, fvrl\e galliarym natvra ; beneath, QVOD cito fit cito 
PERIT (I'S.), uiqmblished, very fine and very rare 1 

520 John Law, Financier, 1720. Man ploughing, plough drawn by 

two horses, chronogrammatic, beatVM. DIG sIne aCtIIs pater- 
NArVm. ; in exergue, POST . NVBILA , PHOEBVS DVM . ABUT LAW A 
PARIS . IN SOLSTITIO LVNAE . D . XIX . DECBR XX. 
R SPES . MaLa DAT LaoVeOS , aVCtIs PRO REBVs aVARO . I . TIM . 

VI . Y . Cine/ 1 217 : 18 . 19 . C. W., fine arid unpublished 1 

521 John Law, Financier, 1720. Bust of man facing, partially concealing 

his face behind open right hand, DIR . SO . SOROMME ICH. 
51 A hand holding six pieces of money, KOMSTU MIR Ai&o., fine and 
unpublished 1 

522 Birth of Prince Charles, Young Pretender, 1720. Busts conjoined 

to right of James and Clementina, he is in armour, mantle, and 

riband across the breast, she wears loose mantle, lACOB . iii . R . 

CLEMENTINA . K. ; on truncation, HAMERAN. ; 9= -A- female figure, 

Providentia, leaning against a column, holds a child on her arm 

and points to a globe before her, on which appear ING, sc and IRL., 

PROVIDEXTIA OBSTETRIX. ; in exergue, CAROLO PRINC : VALLI^ 

NAT : DIE . VI.TLMA A : MDCCXX. {I'G. Med. III. II, p. 452, no. 60), 

very fine 

Tlio cf)]!!!!!!! i< intended to indicate the fortitude of the Stuart family under 
their niisforiuiies. and of the Princess durinf? her confinement. The globe 
hoars the i.-unes of the countries. 

James (III), Elder Pretender, Appeal against the House of Hanover, 
1721. Bust of Prince James to right, hair long, in armour, with a 
sun upon the breast, and mantle tied in a knot on the shoulder, 
VNic.v SAi.vs. : \^ The Hanoverian Horse trampling upon the Lion 
and the Unicom, Britannia seated, deploring their misfortune, fugi- 



143 

Lot 522 — vontinued. 

tives carrying off their goods, and London in the distance, QVID . 
GRAVivs. CAPTA. ; in exergue, mdccxxi. (2-0. Med. III. ii, p. 454, 
710. 63), very fine 2 

This medal was executed by Otto Hamerani, when great exertions were 
being made secretly to raise troops and to supply arms to insurgents in Britain 
in order that another effort might be made to replace the Stuarts upon the 
throne. 

523 Duke of Marlborough, 1722. Bust of Marlborough to right, hair 

long, in armour, mantle, and riband across the breast, lOHANNES 
CHVRCHIL . S . R . I . P . DVX DE MARLBOROVGH. ; below, V. ; ^ Vic- 
tory to right, with palm branch and two laurel wreaths, stalks 
over Mars and Death, MARS ALTER marlbrovgh de marte et 
MORTE TRIVMPHAT. ; in exergue, MDCGXXii. (1-95. Med. III. u, 
p. 457, no. 67) 

The date shows that this medal was struck upon the death of Marlborough, 
which took place ^f June, 1722. 

Bust of Marlborough three-quarters to left, head nearly facing, hair 
long, in cravat, armour decorated with the head of Medusa and the 
star of the Garter, mantle, and riband across the breast, lOHAN . 
CHURC . DUX MARLB. J. D. ; |l Victory, holding a laurel wreath 
and palm branch, standing facing, amidst piles of arms, VBI aderat 
IBI VICTORIA. ; in exergue, OB . 27 . JUN . 1722 . NAT . ANN 74. (1-65. 
Med. III. u, p. 457, no. 68), both very fine 2 

524 Archbishop Wake, 1725. Bust of Wake to right, hair long, in 

episcopal robes, guilielmus wake arch . cant. ; ]^ Inscription JLLUS- 

TRIUM VIRORUM QUI VER^ RELIGIONI CHRISTIANS BONISQUE LIT- 
TERIS JN EUROPA RENOVANDIS RESTAURANDISQUE ADLABORARUNT 

JCONES VERISSIMAS reverendissimo in christo patri 
GUILIELMO WAKE archiepiscopo cantuariensi totius 

ANGLIC PRIMATI ET METROPOLITAN© OFTERT, DICAT DEDICATQUE 
JOANNES DASSIER GENEVENSIS . M.DCC.XXV. {1-7. Med. III. II, 

p. 462, no. 73) 
The Order of the Bath revived, 1725. Bust of George I to 
right, laureate, hair long, no drapery, GEORGIVS . D . G . MAG . BR . 
FR . ET . HIB . REX . F . D. ; below, I. c. ; Prince William standing, 
facing, habited as a Knight of the Bath, SPES . altera. ; in exergue, 

ORD . EQVIT . DE . BALN . REST . ET . INSIG . AVCT . MDCCXXV. (I'S. 

Med. III. II, p. 463, no. 75) 
John Henley, 1726. Half-length figure of Henley, front face, in 
canonical dress, and expounding from a book in his hand, IN- 
VENIAM VIAM AVT FACIAM. ; in exergue, I. H. (John Henley) ; JL, 
Joshua commanding the sun to stand still, STA sol. THE ORATORY 
1726. ; in exergue, FOR (1-25. Med. III. ii, p. 4:65, no. 79), all fine 3 



144 

525 Sip Isaac Newton, President of the Royal Society, 1727. Bust of 

Newton to left, hair short, in shirt with open collar and mantle 
round the shoulders, ISAACVS . NEWTONVs. ; below, I. C, ; $L Science, 
with wings on her head, seated to left, leans upon a table and holds 
a diagram of the solar system, FELIX . COGNOSCERE . CAVSAS. ; in 
exergue, M.DCC.XXVI. (205. Med. III. ii, j). 469, no. 83) 
Sir Isaac Newton, 1727. Bust of Newton to right, hair short, 
in shirt with open collar and mantle round the shoulders, isAACVS . 
NEWTONVS. ; below, /^r. Roettiers. ; |i Science, with wings on her 
head, seated facing upon a rock, looking to right, holds a diagram 
of the solar system, at her feet is a globe, EKiT qui demonstret in 
QUIBUS CCELI PARTiBis ekrent.sen.com.; in exergue, 1739. R. 
(2-1. Med. III. n,p. 471, no. 86) 

Tliis medal was executed by order and at the expense of Mr. Thomas Ham- 
mond, and only a few were struck as presents to his friends. 

Peace of Paris, 1727. Bust of Louis XV to right, hair long, 

no drapery, LUDOVICUS XV . REX CHRISTIANISS. ; on truncation, 

DU VIVIER . F. ; U Mars and Minerva join hands in front of an 

olive-tree, on the branches of which are suspended the shields of 

the Empire, France, Spain, England and Holland, SPES PACIS 

.^TERN/K FUNDATA. ; in exergUC, PR^VIIS CONDITIONIBUS SANCITIS 
LUT . PARIS . XXXI . MAII . MDCCXXVII. DU VIVIER . F. (1-65. Med. 

Ill II, j>. 47.3, no. 90) 
Death of George I, 1727. Bust of George I to right, laureate, 
hair long, in armour and mantle Avith fringe, georg . d .G . MAG 
BR . ET. IIIB. rex. ; on mantle, i D. ; 5^ Britannia seated to left on 
the grounil, holds an olive branch and a medallion of George II 
inscribed, geok(; . ii . d . g . m . b . f . h . R., at her feet is a lion ; 
in the di.stance, ships on sea, magni solatia luctus ; in exergue, 
1727. I. I). (1-25. Med. III. u, p. ^li, no. ^'2), all very fine 4 

GEORGE II. 

1727—1760. 
Gold. 

526 Coronation, 1727. Bust of George II to left laureate, hair long, in 

armour and mantle fastened on shoulder ; on truncation. I.e.; 
(iEORGIVS II !).(;. MA(; . BR . FR . ET . HIB . RKX. 

51 King seated on King IMward's chair, holding sceptre and orb, 
crowned by l>ritannia, holding a cornucopia and leaning on the 
fasces, VOLKNTKS . PER . poi'VLos. ; in exergue, CORON XI . OCTOB 

MDCCXXVII. 

(1-.35. M<-^1. III. IF, y/. -17!», un. 4), my five I 



145 

527 Queen Caroline Coronation, 1727. Bust of Queen Caroline to 

left, hair decorated with pearls, &c., love-locks, in gown fastened in 

front with brooch, CAROLINA D . G . MAG BR FR ET . HIB . REGINA. ; 

on truncation, I . c. 
^ The Queen, in royal robes, standing between figures of Religion 
and Britannia, HIC . AMOR H^C PATRIA. ; in exergue, CORON . XI . 

OCTOB MDCCXXVII. 

(1-35. Med. III. II, p. 480, no. 8), very fine 1 

528 The Order of the Blue and Orange, 1727. An octagonal 

altar, the sides decorated with an orange, and inscribed QUA . DI . 
NOV., on the top non . deficit alter., above is a shield, gules bear- 
ing the Hanoverian horse within a radiated garter, glo . PRI . AUG. 
9) Upon a circular altar, decorated with a human skull, are fire-arrows 
passing throtigh an electoral crown with a fillet across them, 
inscribed Vis . UNITA roRTiOR., all within a circle inscribed MINOR 
EST QUI INVIDET., Floral border on both sides and loop 

(1-15. Med. III. II, p. 486, no. 24), very fine and extremely rare 
[PL XVIII] 1 

529 The Order of Blue and Orange. Two Badges, slightly varied 

from the preceding, both cast, probably executed at a somewhat later 
date, see Med. III. ii, p. 487. nos. 25 and 26 2 

530 Medal of the Royal Family, 1732. Busts, face to face, of George II 

and Queen Caroline ; he wears armour and mantle ; she is in mantle 
decorated with pearls and fastened with brooches in front and on the 
shoulder, georgivs . ii . rex . et . CAROLINA . REGINA. ; in exergue, 
MDCCXXXll; on truncation of King, I. C. ^^^ 

5) Busts of the seven royal children, that of the Prince of Wales in the ''-^ 
centre, FELICITAS imperii; in exergue, fredericvs . P . WALLI^ . 

GVLIELMVS . D : CVMBRL^ . ANNA . AMELIA . CAROLINA . MARIA . 

LVDOVICA . PRINCIPES . ; on truncation of Prince Frederick, T. 

(2-75. 3Ied. III. ii, p. 500, no. 47), very fine and rare in gold 
[PI. XVI] 1 

531 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne. 

Busts conjoined, to right, of William of Orange and Princess Anne; 
he is in armour, mantle, collar and George of the Garter; she 
wears mantle ; FRISLE SIC GLORIA CRESCIT. ; ./. Jndeles . Fee. \ 

5c A hand from heaven supports a drooping orange-tree near an ; ^ 
altar, decorated with the shields of England and Xassau, crowned, 
and with supporters, the Lion of Nassau and the Unicorn of Eng- 
land ; on the altar are two united burning hearts ; in the distance 
is a Phoenix rising from its ashes ; and above, in clouds, the name 
of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate ; TU VOTA DEDISTI, ; in exergue, 
MDCCXXXIV. 

(1-9. .l/6f/. m II, 2^. 507, m 55) 1 



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532 Restoration of Breda to the House of Orange, 1737. A 

Pelican feeding her young ; DIVINO FAVORE. ; in exergue, INAUGU- 

RATIO . BRED . XII . SEPT . I 737- 

9> The shields of England and Nassau united under a crown ; below, 
that of Breda; IE MAINTEINDRAY., the motto of the House of 
Orange 

( M . Med. III. u, p. old, no. 75) 1 

533 Marriage of Frederick Prince of Denmark and Princess 

Louisa, 1743. Prince Frederick of Denmark and Princess Louisa 
uniting right hands ; fridericus . PR . H^ER . DAN . & LOUIS. PR . 
M . B» ; in exergue, celeb : MDCCXLIII. 
R Two hands, male and female, united over an altar, on which lies a 
marriage garland, and to which are attached two shields respectively 
inscribed F and L ; above, a crown ; 

HOFFNUNG KROXET REICH' UND LAND 
VIVAT l^IESES HOHE BAND. 

in exergue, P. H. G. 

(1-55. 3Ied. III. II, ;j. 580, no. 218), rare 

This medal was struck at Hamburg. The letters on the shields are so formed 
as to reiiresent an anchor and a harp. 

534 Carlisle taken, 1745. Bust of the Duke of Cumberland to right, 

hair tied behind, in dress coat and riband across breast ; GUL . DUX 
CUMB . DEDici.i: . MILITUN., and on a band below NATVS : 15 APR . 
1 72 1. ; on truncation, WOLFF. 
R The Duke as a Roman warrior, his shield decorated with the bust 
of the Kin::, attacks the Hydra of Rebellion; Carlisle in the dis- 
tance , PRO PATRE ET . PATRIA. ; in exergue, REB . EX . ANG . PULLSI . 
4- CARL UEDACTUM . DEC . I 745. 

(1-4."). Mrd. III. II, ]}. 604, no. 258), rcr)/ fijie and unpublished in 
gold ' 1 

535 Battle of Culloden, 1746. Bust of the Duke of Cumberland to 

right, hair sliort, no drapery ; CUMBERLAND: below, YEO . F. 
^ Apollo, laureate, leaning upon his bow, points to the dragon 
wounded by his arrow ; ACTUM . EST . ILICET . PERIIT. ; in exergue, 
, " PR(EL . COLOI) . AP . XVI . MDCCXLVl. 

(1-7.^) by 1-45. Med. III. n, p. 615, no. 28:]) [PL XVIII] 1 

This medal has an ornamental bolder and a loop; it was only given to officers 
wlio coniinandi (1 reLrinn'nts present at the battle, and was worn round the in^ck 
with a broad crimson riband with green edges. Apollo is the Duke of Cum- 
l)erland. and ih<' dragon is the rebellion, overthrown bj' the battle of Culloden. 
< )f (.'xcc-^ivi' raiiiy. 

536 Defeat of the French Fleet off Cape Finisterre, 1747. Bust 
p . of Anson to left, no drapery, hair short, crowned by Victory 

standing ljehin<l on prow of galley, GEORGE LORD ANSON viCT 
MAY III. MDCCXLVII. ; below, T PINGO F. 



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Lot 536 — continued. 

9; Victory holding wreath and trophy stands upon the back of a sea 
monster over globe, CIRCVMNAVIGATION. ; around are six laurel 
wreaths enclosing the names of keppel . savmarez . savnders . 

BRETT . DENNIS and CAMPBEL. ; below, MDCCXL-MDCCXLIV. 

(1"7. Med. III. 11, p. 634, no. 325), very fine and not common in this 
metal [PI. XVIII] 1 

537 Birthday of Princess Caroline of Orange, 1748. Conjoined 

busts of William of Orange and Princess Anne, w . CH . FRISO . 

ET . ANNA . D . G . PRINCEPS . ARAVS. ; below bust, HOLTZHEY . F. ; 

$1 Bust of Princess Caroline within a wreath of orange and rose 
branches, Carolina . d . g . princeps ar spe patri^ . ^t . anv. ; 
beneath bust the date, 1748. (-80. Unpublished va.riety of Med. 
El. II, pp. 637-8, no. 330), very fine 
Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded, 1748. Bust of William of 
Orange to right, hair long, in armour, w . C . H . FRiso D G . PR . 

AR . ET . M ETHNARCHA . B . DVX . HiER . ASSERT . LIB ; on truncation, 

HOLTZH. ; ^ Peace seated on clouds, descending from Heaven, 
holding cornucopia, olive branch and scales, E SVPERIS astr.ea 

REDVX BONA SECVLA REDDENS PAX AQVISGR SANCTA AN LIB IVB 

MDCCXLViii. (•80. Unpublished variety of Med. III. 11, p. 645, 
no. 342), very fine 2 

538 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded, 1748. Bust of Louis XV 

to right, hair bound with fillet, no drapery, LVD . XV . CHRISTIANISS. ; 
below,/; m. (mon.) 
^ Peace, her head radiate, holding an olive branch and cornucopia, is 
seated facing within a pavilion amidst emblems of science and com- 
merce, SALVS . GENERIS . HUMANI. ; in exergue, PAX . AQUIS GRA- 
NENSIS XVIII . OCTOBRIS . MDCCXLVIII. 

(1"6. Med. III. II, p. 649, no. 350), very fine and presu77ied to be 
unpublished in gold [PL XVII] 1 

539 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle proclaimed, 1749. Bust of George II 

to left, laureate, hair long, no drapery, GEORGIUS . Ii . D . G . rex. ; 
below truncation, I kirk . F. — 
^ Britannia, seated to left on the sea shore, leans upon her shield and 
tramples upon implements of war : in background, view of sea and 
two ships, &c., PAX commercii . nutrix. ; in exergue, proclam 2 

FEB . MDCCXLVIII [O s] 

(1'35. Med. III. U, pp. 651-2, no. 354), very fine and very rare 1 
This is probably the Thomas specimen. 

540 Prince Charles, 1750. Bust of Prince Charles to right, hair short 

and curled behind, no drapery, PRINCE . CHARLES . EDWARD STUART. 
1^ The Prince, in Highland costume, approaches Scotia, holding her 

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Lot 540 — continued. 

shield and spear ; in the background, ships and castle ; in exergue, 

SEMPER . ARMIS . NUNC ET . INDUSTRIA 

(2-0. Med. III. II, p. 656, no. 360), very fine, and probably unique 
in gold 1 

541 Anne Princess of Orange, Regent of Holland, 1751. Bust of the 

Princess of Orange to right, with love-locks and coronet, in em- 
broidered gown and ermine mantle ; ANNA . D . G . M . BR . PRINC 

AURANT . DOTARIA GUB^ AC . TVT" ; below bust, N . VS. 

$1 The shields of Nassau within the garter, and of Britain surmounted 
by a crown, and enclosed within a circle composed of eleven shields 
of the principal towns of Friesland, &C. 

(1-45. Med. III. 11, p. 66"), no. 373), very fine and rare, unpublished 
in this metal [PI. XVII] 1 

542 Anne Princess of Orange, Regent of Holland, 1751. Bust of the 

Princess of Orange to right, with love-locks and coronet, in em- 
broidered gown and ermine mantle ; ANNA . D . G . M . BR . PRINC 
r AURANT . DOTARIA GUB' AC . TVT" ; below bust, N . VS. 

/" 5t The shields of Nassau within the garter, and of Britain surmounted 

<^r^ ■ " \ cK " ' ^y ^ crown, and enclosed within a circle composed of eleven shields 

of the principal towns of Friesland, &c. 

(1-45. M'd. III. 11,/). 665, no. 373), very fine and rare, unpublished 
in tJiis mt'tnl 1 

543 Anne Princess of Orange, Regent of Holland, 1751. Bust of the 
^ Princess of Orange to right, &c., similar to the preceding, but 

r ' . below the bust the artist's name, N. v. swixueren. 

'» ' y. Tiie aims ot the city of Sneek with supporters ; SIGIL . VRB . 

SNKCAXAH. : in e.xergue, S . P . Q . S. 

(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 665, no. 374) [PL XVII] 1 

This iiirdal \v;i-; struck by the magistrates of the citj- of Sueek, iu Friesland. 



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FIFTH DAY'S SALE. 



GEORGE W— continued. 

LOT 

544 William V Prince of Orange, Knight of the Garter, 1752. Bust 

of William of Orange in hat with feathers, mantle, collar and ^' 
George of the Garter, his left hand grasps his sword, WILH . V D . G . f 

PR . AR . ET . N . FOED . BELG . LIB . GVB . H^R; On truncation, I. G. H. r,-'T~ W 

$1 St. George and Dragon within the Garter, EQVES CREATVS DIE . V . 

IVNY . MDCCLIII 

(1"5. Med. III. II, p. 669, no. 379), very fine and very rare, unpub- 
lished in this metal 1 

545 William V Prince of Orange, 1752? Youthful bust of Prince 

William, hair long, tied behind, and in curls at side of head, wearing '^■ 
neckcloth, coat and ermine mantle, WILH . V . D G . PR AR ET . NASS . ^ 

TOT BELG . LIB . GVB . HAER "li I • 

9) The shield of Nassau within the Garter crowned, and encircled 
with shields of the principal towns of Friesland 

(1-5). Very fine and rare [PI. XVII] 1 

546 Irish Revenue Dispute, 1753. The Irish Parliament issuing from 

their house headed by the Speaker, who carries a bag inscribed 

VINDICATA, and places a cap of liberty upon the head of Hibernia, r 

above Fame with trumpet and scroll, &c., VTCVNQVE FERENT EA . '' , / 

FACTA MINORES . VINCIT . AMOR PATRIAE ; in exergue, a vulture and " ' { ^ — ^ 

a wolf, with human hands, scrambling for gold 

5^ QVIQVE . SVI . MEMORES . ALIOS . FECERE MERENDO, and acrOSS field 
SACRVM . SENATORIBVS, &C. 

(r75. Med. III. II, p. 673, no. 385), very fine and very rare in gold 1 

547 Louisburg taken, 1758. The British flag waving over the globe, 

marked CANADA America ; on one side a sailor waves his hat, on 
the other a grenadier points to a female figure writhing beneath the ". _ '" . 
globe, pointing to English boats approaching, and dropping the 
French lily into the sea, above a flag and a band inscribed pariter . 
IN . BELLA ; above hovers Fame with her trumpet and a laurel 
wreath, T. PINGO . F. 
^ Batteries firing, the English fleet in the offing, a French ship in 



. 150 

Lot 547 — continued. 

flames and another towed away by English boats, lovisbovrg . 

TAKEN . MDCCLVIII 

(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 685, no. 404), unpublished in this metal and 
possibli/ unique [PI. XVIII] 1 

From the Lord Holmesdale and Duchess of Beaufort's collections. 

Silver. 

548 Coronation, 1727. Bust of George II to left, laureate, hair 

long, in armour and mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, 

GEORGIVS . II . D , G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . HIB . REX ; on truncation, 

I. C. ; The King, seated on King Edward's chair, holds the sceptre 
and orb, and is crowned by Britannia, holding a cornucopia and 
leaning un the fasces, VOLENTES . PER . POPULOS ; in exergue, CORON . 
XI . OCTOB. MDCCXXVii (1 -35. Med. III. II, p. 479, no. 4) 

Queen Caroline, Coronation, 1727. Bust of Queen Caroline to 
left, hair decorated with bandeau and pearls, love-locks, in gown, 
fastened with brooch in front, CAROLINA . D : G . MAG . BR . FR . ET . 
HIB . REGINA ; Oil truncation, I. c. ; 5^ The Queen in royal robes 
facing, attended by Religion with ojten book, and Britannia with 
spear and shield. Hic . AMOR . H.^C . patria; in exergue, CORON. 
XI . OCTOB. MDCCXXVII (1-35. Med. III. ii, p. 480, no. 8); and 
another for the Coronation, C*- Bust of King ; ]Ji Bust of Queen 

Nuremberg Counter. Bust of George II to left, laureate, hair long, 
in armour and niaiitie, georg . II . d . g . MAG . BRI era . et . h . REX; 
IJi The royal arms within the Garter crowned, and with supporters, 
below, on a scroll, the motto DIEV ET MoN DROT (sic) (-97. Med. 
III. 11, p. 483, /('/. 16), (ill ven/Jine 9 

549 First Visit to Hanover, 1729. Bust of George II to left, hair 

long, in armour and mantle, chronogrammatic GEORgIVs SeCVn- 
DVs I'rLMo brVxsVICenses terras repetIt, below ii. wahl. 
{I View of a mineral country and the interior of a mine, on a distant 
m(nintaiii is the Hanoverian Horse with the motto above it NEC 
ASPEHA TKKKKNT, ri.silig SlUl, VND DA DIE SONNE AVFGING LEVCH- 

tete das (;antze (jkbikge davon . I . >L\cCAB . VI . 39 ; in exergue, 

VEKVM KBAT lIoC DICTVM REGIS NON ASPERA TERRENT VERIVS 
HEKCINIAM (V.M \ KNIT ILl.VD ERIT 

(2-1. Mr,/. III. H. J,. 491. no. ^^•2), fiiifi and lyri/ rare 1 

550 Prince Charles and Prince Henry, 1729. Bust of Prince Charles 

to right, hair l<>n^ and flowing, in armour with straps and lion's 
head on the shoulder, and ermine mantle, before the face is a star, 
MICAT . intki; . oMNKs ; 1^ Bust of Prince Henry to left, hair long, 
tied behind, in tiguied l)teast-jilate and riband across the breast, 
ALTER . AB. ll.I.o ; on t luncatioii. H. ; on edye. DIE . XXXI . DECEMBR . 



151 

Lot 550 — continued. 

MDCCXX . EXTVLIT . OS . SACRVM . COELO (1-65. Med. III. 11, p. 492, 
no. 34) 
Second Treaty of Vienna, 1731. Bust of George II to left, 
laureate, hair long, no drapery, GEORGIVS . ii . D : G : mag : BRI : ERA : 
ET : H : REX . F . D ., below I. C. ; Jl Neptune, in his conch drawn by- 
four sea-horses, commands the winds and waves to be calm, PRJE- 
STAT . COMPONERE ; in exergue, rOEDVS . VIENNENSE . M.DCC.XXXI 
(1-85. Med. III. u, p. 496, no. 39), loth very fine 2 

551 Second Treaty of Vienna, 1731. Busts of the Emperor Charles VI 

and of George II face to face, hair long, no drapery, CAROLVS VI . 
ROM : IMP s . A . ET GEORG : II . MAG : BRIT : REX F . D ., legend united 
below by arabesque ornament, below M : HOLTZHEY . fec : ; ^ Nep- 
tune and Jupiter unite hands, the former stands in his car drawn 
by two sea-horses, the latter on the sea-shore, his eagle at his side, 
in the distance is a ship with the flag and stern inscribed E. C. (East 
India Company), TRANQUILLITATI EUROP^^ ; in exergue, FOEDUS 

VIENNENSE INIT : D : XVI . MART : MDCCXXXI (r9. Med. III. II, 

p. 496, no. 40) 
State of Britain, 1731. Busts, conjoined, to right of George II and 
Queen Caroline, both laureate, he is in armour and mantle; she 
wears a mantle ; GEORGIVS II . ^- CAROLINA D . G . MAG . BR . FR ^ 
HIB . REX ^ REX, below WERNER ; 9= On a throne, raised on steps, 
is seated Britannia, on one side is Hanover sheathing his sword, on 
the other Germany holding up an olive branch, behind are rays of 

light, IMPERIVM SINE FINE DEDI ; in exergue, FELIX BRITANNIA (1-7. 

Med. III. II, p. 499, no. 4 6), both very fine 2 

552 IViedal of the Royal Family, 1732. Busts, face to face, of George II 

and Queen Caroline ; he wears armour and mantle ; she is in mantle 
decorated with pearls and fastened with brooches in front and on the 
shoulder, GEORGIVS . II . REX . ET . CAROLINA . REGINA ; in exergue, 
MDCCXXXII ; on truncation of King, I. C. 
1^ Busts of the seven royal children, that of the Prince of Wales in the 
centre, felicitas imperii ; in exergue, FREDERICVS . P . WALLI^ . 

GVLIELMVS . D : CVMBRI^. . ANNA . AMELIA . CAROLINA . MARIA . 

LVDOVICA . PRINCIPES . ; on truncation of Prince Frederick, T. 

(2-7o. Med. III. u,p. 500, no. 47), very fine, see p)l. XVI far example 
in gold 1 

553 William Prince of Orange, Knight of the Garter, 1733. Bust of 

William of Orange to right, hair long, in cravat, armour and mantle 
fastened with brooch on the right side, WILH . CAR . henr frisdo . 

PRINC . NASS . ET . AR ., beloAV N. V. S. F. 

^ Shield of Wilh'am crowned and surrounded by the Garter, ALTIORA 

RETO . XVIII . lULH . MDCCXXXIII 

(1*5. Med. III. u, p. 502, no. 49), extremely fine and very rare 1 



152 

554 Matthew Tindall, 1733. Tiadall, with the Bible in his hand, tramples 

upon the apocalyptic beast ; above the meridian sun with human 
face, on a riband pellenis . nubibus . ; in exergue, M . tindall . 

LLD . AB . NORMIS . SAPIENS . 

$t An obelisk, surmounted by a pelican feeding her young, entwined 
by laurel, and inscribed immoktalitati, on one side is a burning 
lamp, on the other a setting sun with human face, occasu . MAIOR ; 
on a riband, SOLA . Ml HI . redol . et . patria ; in exergue, OB . xvi : 

AUG . M.DCCXXXIII 

(1'95. Med. III. II, p. 503, no. 50), very fine' and very rare 1 

555 Charles Sackville Duke of Dorset, 1733. Bust of Sackville to 

right, hair short, in mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, 

CAROL VS . SACKVILLE . MAGLSTER . FL" :, below L. NATTER . F . I 733 

51 Harpocrates, with his finger on his mouth, leans against a truncated 
column and holds a cornucopia ; on one side, on the ground, are 
emblems of masonry, on the other the mystic basket and thyrsus, 
AB . ORIGINE ; in exergue, L : natter . F . FLORENT . 

(1-75. Med. III. II, 504, no. 5]), fine and very rare 1 

556 Projected Marriage of William Prince of Orange and 

Princess Anne, 1733. Busts, face to face, of "William of Orange 
and Princess Anne ; he is in figured armour, mantle and riband 
across the breast ; she wears mantle, WILH . CAR . HENR fris . ar . ^ 
NASS . PR . * anna . REG . MAG . BRIT . FiL PRIMOGEN ; in exergue, 

SE FVNDIT IN VNVM ANGLIA ^- IN TANTO DISSOLVIT GAVDIA SPONSO, 

below busts, vestner . f . 
9= The Prince and Princess, united by Hymen, join hands in front of 
an altar, behind her is an orange-tree with a shield in its branches 
inscribed wilh . et mar . 1641 ., and at its foot the shield of Britain ; 
behind him is another orange-tree, and in its branches a shield 
inscribed M'ilh . ft mar . 1677 ., at its foot the shield of Nassau, 

TERTIA niUTONIO CVM SANGVINE FOEDERA IVNGIT AVRIACVS ; in 

exergue, mdccxxxiii ; in the field, v. 

(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 505, no. 52), rery fine and rare 1 

557 Projected Marriage of William Prince of Orange and 

Princess Anne, 1733. Busts, face to face, of William of Orange 
an<l Princess Anne; he is in armour, mantle, collar and George of 
the Garter ; she wears mantle fastened with brooches in front and 

on the shoultU'r, wilh . CAi; . HENR . FKIS . PRINC . AVR . ET ANN/E 
MAC . 1!KIT. (.'oNlV(;iVM ; in exergue, M : HOLTZHEY . FEC : 
]}. Hymen, facing, holds a torch and the united shields of Britain and 
Nassau upon an altur, on which are two fiaming hearts, AETERNO 
FOEDEKK iVNG.vs ; in cxergue, mdccxxxiii 

(2-3. Med. III. II, p. 506, no. 53), very fine and rare 1 



153 

558 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne, 

1734. Busts, face to face, of William of Orange and Princess Anne ; 
he is in armour and mantle ; she wears mantle fastened with brooches 
in front and on the shoulder ; WILH . car . henr . FRIS . PRINC . 

AVR . ET ANNA MAG . BRIT. ; below, M . HOLTZHEY . EEC. ; ^ The 

Prince and Princess join hands before a priest ; on one side a Uni- 
corn supports the shield of Britain ; on the other a Lion, that of 
Nassau ; IN SPEM TEMPORIS FUTURI. ; in exergue, CONIUGIO lUNCTl 

LONDINI. MDCCXXXIV. VIII . KAL . APRIL. (1-75. Med. III. II, p. 

506, no. 54). Busts conjoined, to right, of William of Orange and 
Princess Anne ; he is in armour, mantle, collar and George of the 
Garter ; she wears mantle ; FRISI^ SIC GLORIA CRESCIT. ; J. Andeles . 
Tec. ; 5o A hand from heaven supports a drooping orange-tree near 
an altar, decorated with the shields of England and Nassau, crowned, 
and with supporters, the Lion of Nassau and the Unicorn of Eng- 
land ; on the altar are two united burning hearts ; in the distance 
is a Phoenix rising from its ashes ; and above, in clouds, the name 
of Jehovah in Hebrew radiate ; TU VOTA DEDISTI. ; in exergue, 
MDCCXXXIV. (1-9. Med. Ill ii, jo. 507, 710. 55), both very fine 2 

559 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne, 

1734. Bust of William of Orange to right, in coat, ermine mantle, 
and riband of the Garter across the breast; wiLH : CAR : HENR : 
FRISO PRINCEPS NASSAV : ET ARAUS. ; below, N. V. S. F. ; m. m. 
rose ; '^ Bust of Princess Anne to left, hair collected at the top 
of the head within a circlet of pearls, in dress and ermine mantle ; 
ANNA ANGL : PRINC : H.ERED : PRINC : NASSAV : ET ARAUS. ; 
VI. m. rose (1'85. Med. III. ii, p. 508, no. 57). Busts conjoined to 
right, of William of Orange and Princess Anne; he is in armour 
and mantle ; she wears mantle ; wiLH . CAR . henr . fris . AK . 

ET . NASS . PR . * ANNA REG . M . BR . F . N . MAX. ; below, 

T. T. W. ; ^ Two winged genii, supporting the shields of Britain 
and Nassau, unite hands in front of an orange-tree encircled by a 
vine ; FRONDOSA TVTIOR VLMO. ; in exergue, EEL . PR . AR . C . PR . 
F. R. M. BR. CONI. A. 1 734 (1*7. Med. III. II, I). 508, no. 56), very 
fine 2 

560 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne, 

1734. Bust of William of Orange to right, hair long, in armour and 
mantle ; w . c . H . F . PRINCEPS AVR . ET NASS. ; below, HOLTZHEY . 
FEC. ; 9= Bust of Princess Anne to left, in mantle fastened with 
brooches in front and on the shoulder ; anna M . brit . prixcipis 
AVR . VXOR. (1-15. Med. III. II, p. 509, no. 58) 
Arrival of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne 



154 

Lot 560 — continued. 

at Leeu warden, 1734. Busts conjoined to right, of William 
of" Oninge and Princess Anne; lie is in armour and mantle; she 
wears gown fastened with brooch in front; W. c. H. F. PRINC . 
AVR . ET ANNA MAG . BRIT. ; below, HOLTZHEY . EEC. ; $1 The Prince 
and Princess in a naval car drawn by two sea-horses, on one of which 
is seated Cupid holding a conch and a trident ; adventvs PRINCIPVM 
AVRiAC. ; in exergue, EX angl . in fris. mdccxxxiv. (115. Med. 
III. II, ]). 510, no. Gl). Busts conjoined to right, of William of 
Orange and Princess Anne, &o. ; same as the preceding ; 9> The 
Genius of Friesland, her shield at her side and holding a rudder, 
greets the approach of the Prince and Princess, as Mars and Venus ; 
behind them, their shield ; recepto PRINCIPE. ; in exergue, LAETA 
FRisiA . MDCCXXXIV. (I'lo. xMed. III. u, ]). 510, no. 62), fine 3 

561 Arrival of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne 

at Leeuwarden, 173-1. Busts conjoined to right, of William 
of Orange and Princess Anne, &c. ; same as the preceding ; 1^ A tri- 
umphal arch ; viKTVTis prakmia. ; in exergue, ARCVS IN HONOREM 
PRIXC. ERECTVS. MDCCXXXIV. (TIS. Med. III. 11,1?. 511, no. 63) 

Recovery of William Prince of Orange, 1734. Bust of William 
of Orange to right, hair long, in armour and mantle ; W . C . H . F . 
PRINCEPS AVR . ET NASS. ; below, HOLTZHEY . F. ; ^ Hygieia hold- 
ing staff and pouring a libation upon an altar encircled by a serpent ; 
VOTA PRO PRINCIPIS AVRIACI SALVTE. ; ill exergue, MDCCXXXIV. 
(1-15. Med. III. II, ;*. 512, no. 65) 

Childbirth of Princess Anne of Orange, 1736. Armorial 
shields of England and Nassau on a scroll pedestal, supported by 
the lions of those countries, crowned ; above, a crown ; WILH . CAR . 
HENK . FKIS . PRINC . AVR . ET . ANNA MAG . BRIT. ; l;l A female 

figure seated to right, having on her lap a new-born babe ; behind 
her a bhist of wind blows an orange from a tree ; SPES alteua 

SURCIT. ; ill exergue, OB PVEUPERIVM XVIIII DECEMB . MDCCXXXVI. 

N. V. swiXDEKEN V. (I'G. Med. III. 11, /?. 516, no. 71), all very fine 3 

562 Jernegan's Lottery Medal, 1736. Minerva, holding a spear and 

a palm l>iaiicli, stands between a pile of arms and emblems of the 
Arts and Sciences; both hands fii.i.'d fob Britain. ; in exergue, 
(JKoiuir; rki(;ni.\(;. : t. ; l;i (,>ueen Caroline, crowned, and holding a 
scej)tre, w.iters a grove of young palm-trees ; GROWING ARTS ADORN 
KMIMRH. ; in exi-igiie, CAROLINE PROTECTING. 1736; T. (TS. Med. 

III. 11, /'. .")1 7, IKK '-1) 

John Conduit, 1737. r.u>t of Conduit lo right, in mantle fastened 
with Ijroocii on the sliuulder ; lOHANNES CONDUITT . REI MONET: 



155 

Lot 562 — continued. 

PRvEF. ; below, TANNER , LONDINI . F. ; 9^ Truth introduces Conduit 
to Hampden holding a staff surmounted by a cap of Liberty, a stork 
at his feet, and to Newton, seated, resting his hand on a slab marked 
with the planetary system ; MEMORES fecere merendo. ; in exergue, 
M.DCC.xxxvii, ; in the field, T. (2-3. Med. III. n, p. 518, no. 73) 
Restoration of Breda to the House of Orange, 1737. Armorial 
shields of England and Nassau on a scroll pedestal, supported by the 
lions of those countries, crowned ; above, a crown ; WILH . CAR . 

HENR . FRIS . PRINC . AVR . ET . ANNA MAG . BRIT. ; ]^ William of 

Orange and Princess Anne in a car drawn by a lion and a unicorn ; 
above, two infant Fames bear the shield of Breda, beneath which is 
inscribed, s. C. (By order of the Senate) ; viRTUS ET fama TRIUM- 
PHANT. ; in exergue, INAUGURATIO BRED^ . Xll : 8EPT . T737. ; V. 
SWINDEREN : F : (1-6. Med. III. II, jj. 518, no. 74) 
Restoration of Breda to the House of Orange, 1737. A 
Pelican feeding her young ; DIVINO favore. ; in exergue, INAUGU- 
RATIO . bred . XII . SEPT . 1737. ; 51 The shields of England and 
Nassau united under a crown ; below, that of Breda ; IE MAINTIEN- 
DRAY., the motto of the House of Orange (Tl. Med. III. Ii, ^.519, 
no. 75), all very fine 4 

563 University of Gottingen opened, Sept. 1737. Bust of GeorgeH 

to left, laureate, hair long, no drapery, GEORG . ii . D . G . M . BR . 

F & H . REX .F.D.B&L.D.S.R.I.A.TH.&EL. ; beloW, E H 

(Ehrenieich Hannibal) : ^ Inscription, vniversitas GEORGIA 

AVGVSTA QVOD FELIX FAVSTVMQVE SIT INAVGVRATA GOETTINGAE D . 

XVII . SEPTEMB : MDCCXXXVII. ; above is a star, below, a rose (-95 
Mpd. III. II, p. 520, no. 77) 
Jubilee of the Peace of Utrecht, 1738. Belgium, accompanied 
by her lion, is seated before the closed Temple of Jauus ; she holds 
in her left hand a book inscribed, EUANGELIUM, and in her right her 
spear, which bears the cap of Liberty ; at her feet are arms and 
standards, and a captive soldier ; above is Fame with two trumpets, 
their flags inscribed, lUBlLATE XXV, V . LUSTR : FCED : BELG : PACE 
sTABiL. ; in exergue, xi . april . mdccxxxviii. n. v. swinderen . r.; 
]^ Suspended from one bow of riband are the crowned shields of 
Britain, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, and Poland, 

ORBIS CHRISTIAN : QUIETE INTER SE COMPOSITA (2-2. Med. III. II, 

p. .t25, no. 85), extremely fine ami rare 2 

564 Milton's Monument, 1737. Bust of Milton to right, long hair, in 

falling collar, coat and mantle, JOHANNES . MILTONIS, on truncation, 
TANNER F. ; ^. Inscription, E. MARMORE. IN ECCLESIA SANCTI PETRI. 



156 
Lot 564 — continued. 

APUD. WESTMONASTERIUM. ERECTORE, &C. {Med. III. II, p. 524, 
nn. 83), very fine 
Dean Swift, 1738. Medallion of Dean Swift above clouds, supported 
by Hibernia, with her shield and spear, a Gorgon shield lying near 
her, and by History vvho crowns the bust with a laurel wreath, 
above is a winged figure with a crescent on her forehead, and near 
her an infant genius with a palm branch ; below is a scroll inscribed 
REV . I . SWIFT . D.SP.D. ; \l Hibernia seated to left, leans upon her 
harp and holds an olive branch, ships, flocks and herds appear in 
the distance; in exergue, MDCCXXXiii (1-5 Med. III. \i, p. 525, 
no. 86), very rare 2 

565 The Beggars' Benison Club, 1739. Adam and Eve, naked, 

standing facing, their hands joined ; Adam points to a bower, at 

their feet a lion, BE . fruitfull . and . multiply. 

9; Venus, recumbent, beneath a canopy, at her side Cupid ; behind, 

Adonis with spear, and dog under a tree, LOSE . NO . OPPORTUNITY. 

(\'^ by 1 •1.'), gilt. Med. III. ii, p. 526, no. 87), very fine and rare 1 

566 The Beggars' Benison Club, 1739. Adam and Eve walking 

towards a bower as on the preceding, BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY. 
$1 Venus recumbent, beneath a canopy, a man standing before her, in 
the distance trees. &c. LOSE NO OPPORTUNITY. 

(1-2, gilt. Med. III. u,p. 527, no. 88), very fine and rare 1 

567 The Beggars' Benison Club, 1739. Adam and Eve, naked, &c. ; 

similar to preceding 
IJl Venus reclining at the foot of a tree, to a branch of which her 
mantle is attached : at her side is Cupid, and behind, Adonis with 
spear, and his dog running to left ; above, a scroll inscribed, LOSE 

NO oPI'OP.TrNlTV., BEGGARS BENISON ANSTRUTHER ; in exergUC, 

5826 

(1-35, gilt. Mai. III. II, /). 528, no. 89), very fine and rare 1 

568 Porto Bello taken, 1739. Bust of Vernon three-quarters left, hair 

long, ill dress coat atid cravat, the end of which passes through the 
button-hoh- of coat The Iltn'''' ED\V° VKHNON Esq" VICE ADMIRAL of 

p. r A the hi.iK 

^ 'I U A large tiect, on a cloud aijove reclines Fame, blowing a trumpet 

» * and lioldiiig a l)rarich of laurel 

(l'."). M'll. III. II, j>. ."j.'JO, no. 92), very fine and very rare, unpuh- 
lislu'd in Ai ' 1 



157 

569 Porto Bello taken, 1739. Half-length figure of Vernon three- 

quarters to left, holding staff, the British glory . reviv'd by . n 

ADMIRAL VERNO . . 

$1 The harbour of Porto Bello with seven ships, he TOOK PORTO r~ f^ » — I ti 

BELLO : WITH . SIX SHIPS ONLY . in exergue, BY COURAGE . AND ' ' 

CONDUCT 

( 1 -5 ). Very fine and rare (see Med. III. u.pp. 53 2-5-i 1 ; Belts, no. 2\7) I 

570 Birth of Princess Elizabeth Caroline, 1740. Busts conjoined 

to right, of the Prince and Princess of Wales, hair long, he is in 
armour and mantle, she wears drapery over the shoulders, FRIDE- 

RICVS WALLIAE PRINC . ET AVGVSTA D . S. ; below, KOCH . F. ; 9> A 

female figure seated to left, on a globe, her foot upon a prow, holds 
in her left hand a standard and a cornucopia, and in her right the 
palladium, aeternitas imperii britannici. ; in exergue, fecvndi- 
TATE avgvstae domvs. mdccxxxxi (Med. III. II, p. 559, no. 186) 

The Duke of Argyle and Sir Robert Walpoie, 1741. Full- 
length figure of the Duke of Argyle in the robes and collar of the 
Garter with the George ; he stands three-quarters to right, and leans 
upon a column, on which is his coronet; behind him, a trophy of 
arms, THE . generouse : duke : of : argyle ; in exergue, NO . , 
pentioner. ; 9= The Devil leading Sir Bobert Walpoie by a rope 
round his neck towards the mouth of the infernal beast, make . 
KOOM . FOR . SIR . ROBERT ; in exergue, NO : excise (1-45. Med. 
III. u,p. 561, 710. 190) 

Sir Robert Walpoie, 1741. Bust of Sir Robert Walpoie to right, 
hair short, in mantle round the shoulders, ROBERTUS . WALPOLE . 
ORD : PERISCELIDIS . EQVES. ; below, L. NATTER . F. ; 9^ Statue of 
Cicero, facing, holding in each hand a scroll, at his feet a cippus, 
regit . DICTIS . ANIMOS. ; in exergue, M. T. c. (Marcus Tullius 
Cicero.) L. N. (Laurence Natter.) (1*9. Med. III. u, p. ^62, no. \9:i), 
very fine 3 

571 Edward Harley Earl of Oxford, died 16 June, 1741. An angel, 

restraining by the collar a stag and placing her left hand on the head 
of a lion, stands before an obelisk decorated with the arms of 
Harley, and surmounted by the monogram of H O. (Harley [Earl ot] 
Oxford), and an Earl's coronet ; a mansion and a bookcase occupy 
the background ; below, the Earl's motto, virtute et fide ; 
^ Inscription, s . M . prenobilis dnT . dni . edvardi harley 

COMITIS OXONIAE et MORTIMER ARTIVM ET SCIENTIARVM PATRON I 
MUNIFICENTISSIMI . LIBRORUM manuscript : ET IMPRES^^ : IN 
PATRIAE COMMODVM ET HONOREM DESIGNATORVM, COLLECTORIS 
INDEFESSI ET VERE MAGNIFICI OB . /ET . LII . DIE XVI IVNII 

MDCCXLI. (1-7. Med. Ill, II, p. 564, 710. 196), ^/ic and very rare 



, 158 

Lot 571 — continued. 

Monument of Princess Clementina, 1742. Bust of Pope 
Benedict XIV, to right, hair short, in cap and pontifical robes, 
BENED . XIV PONT . M . A . III. ; 5^ The monument of the Princess 
Clementina in St. Peter's at Rome, memorise . M . clem . M . brit, 
REGIN,^. (1-35. Med. III. 11, p. 570, no. 20 i), fine 
Birth of Princess Caroline, Daughter of the Prince and Princess 
of Orange, 1743. Busts, face to face, of William of Orange and 
Princess Anne, he is in ermine mantle, and riband of the Garter 
across the breast ; she wears dress and ermine mantle, W . C . HENR . 

FR . PRINC . NASS . ET AR . ANNA . ANGL . PR . H^R . PR . NASS . ET 

AR. ; 1^ A female figure ■walking to left, and beneath the rays of 
heaven, carries an infant ; Leeuwarden in the background, CARA 
deCm SOBOLES ; underneath and in the exergue, LEOVARDI^E . D . 
28. Febr . 1743. N VSF (1-85. Med. III. II, p. 571, no. 207), very 
fine 3 

572 Re-marriage of Frederick, Prince of Denmark, and Prin- 

cess Louisa, 1743. Hymen and Plenty holding a myrtle wreath, 
within which are the crowned shields of Denmark, England, and 
Hanover, avitorvm connvbiorvm felicitas ; in exergue, reno- 

VATA ANNO MDCCXLIII . XI . DEC, G. W. WAHL . F. 

51 Nine myrtle wicuths united by a riband, and enclosing inscriptions 
recording tlie marriage of Prince Frederick and Princess Louisa, 
and also the intermarriages of their predecessors ; they are named 
in the centre one, FRIDER . D . N . PR . HER . LOVISA BRIT . 1743, 
and around are, WILH . D . SAX . LVN . HELEN . DAN . 1200. — ERICVS 
R . I) . S . N . PIIILIPPA ANGL . 1406. — lACOB . Ill . R . SCOT . MARGAR . 
DAN . 1469. — AVILH . D . BR . LVN . DOROTH . DAN . 1 56 1. — lACOB . 
I . R . M . BK . ANNA DAN . I 589. — HENR . IVL . D . BR . L . ELISAB . 
DANIE 1590.— FRID . Ill . R . DAN . N . SOPH . AM . BR . L . 1643. — 
ANNA R . M . J'.R . (;EORG . DAN . 1 683 ; REGALES MVLTIPLICATI NEXVS 
(2-55. Med. III. II, ;>. 589, no. 21^), fine and rare 1 

573 Sir Hans Sloane, Bart., 1744. Bust of Sir Hans Sloane to left, 

caj) on head, in loose robe, HANS SLOANE EQU . BARONETTUS, 
below A. DAssiER . F ; l;l Inscription, PR.eses SOCIETATIS REGI.^ 
LONDiNENsis. MDCCXLIV, above festoons of flowers, below branches 
of oak ; same us the preceding (2-15. Med. III. u,p. 589, no. 234) 
Recapture of Prague, 1744. Bust of Prince Charles of Lorraine, 
tliree-ciuartcrs to rii,dit, hair tied behind, in armour, and riband 
across the l)ieast, CHARLES prince of lorain ; $1 View of Prague, 
cavalry enterintj the city, soldiers Hying from the citadel on low 
ground, siBsiDio britanni/E ; in exergue, PRAGA RECAPTA NO 26 



159 

Lot 573 — continued. 

MDCCXLiv (1-65. Med. III. u, p. 592, no. 238). And Four small 
Medalettes of Dean Swift, bust of Dean Swift, three-quarters to 
left in canonicals, I. s. DDDSPD. ; ^ plain, very fine 6 

574 Arrival of the Young Pretender expected, 1745, Bust of 

Prince Charles to right, hair short, curly behind, no drapery, 
CAROLUS WALLI^ PRINCEPS, below 1 745; ^ Britannia, standing 
by a rock on the sea-shore, and resting upon her spear and shield, 
waits the arrival of an approaching fleet, behind her is a globe 
with the map of Great Britain, AMOR ET SPES ; in exergue, 
BRITANNIA (I'SS. Med. III. 11, p. ^QQ>, no. Ibl). Another, similar 
to the preceding, but smaller in diameter (1*2. Med. III. ii, p. 601, 
no. 252). Half-length figure of Charles Edward to left, in Highland 
costume, with sword-belt and wearing the Star of the Order of the 
Garter; no reverse (1'95 by 1*5), cast and chafed, rare and unpub- 
lished, fine 3 

575 Loyal Association, 1745. A general on horseback reviewing troops, 

PRO dSARE PRO ARIS & POCis (sic) ; in exergue, NOV? iv . mdccxlv 
^ Pallas overthrowing the giants ; above, in clouds, Jupiter on his 
eagle, QUID contra sonantem palladis ^gida possunt ruentes; 
in exergue, T. PINGO . F. 

(1-6. Med. III. II. p. 603, no. 257), rare 1 

576 Carlisle taken, 30 Dec. 1745. Bust of the Duke of Cumberland to 

right, hair tied behind, in dress-coat and riband across the breast, 
GUL : DUX . CUMB : DELici^ . MILITUM, on the band below natvs . 
15 . APR : 1721, on truncation WOLFF. ; ^ The Duke, as a Roman 
warrior, his shield decorated with the bust of the King, attacks the 
Hydra of Eebellion, Carlisle in the distance, PRO . patre . ET . 
patria ; in exergue, REB : EX . ang . pullsi . & carl : redactum . 
DEC . 1745 (1-45. Med. III. II, p. 604, no. 258) 

The Rebels repulsed, Dec. 1745. The Duke of Cumberland on 
horseback to left, Carlisle in the background, GUL . AUG : DUX 
CUMBERLANDI^ ; in exergue, NAT . 15 . APR .1721, A. KIRK . F. ; 
9= The Duke as a Roman warrior presents an olive branch to Anglia, 
seated, the BIBLIA SACRA on her seat, he is trampling on a fallen 
warrior, whose shield bears the Papal tiara, a broken sword and 
yoke lie on the ground, SPEM REDUCIS mentibus anxiis ; in 
exergue, mdccxlv. i. kirk . f. (1-35. Med. III. 11, p. 606, no. 264) 

The Rebels repulsed, Dec. 1745. Bust of the Duke of Cumber- 
land to right, hair tied behind, in armour and riband across the 
breast, GVLIELMVS . DVX . CVMBRItE, on truncation T. PiNGO . F. ; 
^ A Lion overcoming a wolf, IVSTITIA . trivmphans ; in exergue, 
MDCCXLV (1-3. Med. III. 11,7;. 607, no. 265) ; all very fine 3 

Stnick after the capture of Carlisle, when the English Lion had laid 
prostrate the Wolf, which animal is a frequent emblem of rebellion. 



, 160 

577 The Rebels repulsed, Dec. 1745. Bust of the Duke of Cumber- 

land, three quarters to left, in military coat, star, riband, and 
badiie of the Order of the Bath, GULIELMUS . AUG : DUX . 
CUMBRI/E, on truncation A. KIRK . F ; ^jl George II, rising from 
his throne, receives from the Duke of Cumberland several mural 
crowns and a branch of palm, QUID NON PRO PATRIA; in 
exergue, ANG : LIB : reb : MDCCXLV, I. KIRK . F (IG. Med. El. II, 
p. 608, no. 267). Bust of George II to left, partly turned away 
from the spectator, laureate, &c., GEORGUS II D . G REX; ^ Map 
of the British Islands, guarded by ships and by a hand from 
heaven holding a flaming sword, PERFICIT MIRACULA. 1745 (1-15. 
Med. III. II. p. 609, no. 270) 
Battle of Culloden, 16 April, 1746. Bust of the Duke of Cumber- 
land, three-quarters to left, head facing, hair tied behind, in armour, 
ermine mantle, GUL : AUG : DUX . CUMBRl^E, on truncation I. 
KIKK . F. ; Ijc The Duke of Cumberland on horseback to right, 
riding over a prostrate foe having the heads of the King of France, 
a Bibhoj*, and a Scot, broken sword, yoke and chains are lying on 
the ground, in the distance is a view of Culloden House and the 
battle, PER . MAGXANIMATATEM . ET . DUCTUM ; in exergue, SCO : 

REB : EXPVGNAVIT . PALUDI . CULLODEN . l6 . AP . MDCCXLVI, in the 

field KIRK. F. (1-7. Med. III. n, p. 610, no. 212), Jine 3 

578 Battle of Culloden, 16 April, 1746. Bust of the Duke of Cumber- 

land to right, hair tied behind, in armour, lion's skin wrapped round 
his body, and George of the Garter hanging below, gulielmus . 
GEOR . II . K . FII; . DUX . CUMBRI.E, on truncation R . YEO . F. ; 9^ 
The Duke, as Hercules, tramples upon Discord and raises Britannia ; 

in exergue, I'EKDVELLIB . EX . ANG . FVGAT . AD CULLOD . DEBELLAT . 

16 . .\PR . 1746 (20. Med. III. II, p.Ql'i, no. 278). Bust of the Duke 
of ( 'umoerland to right, &c., copied from the preceding, GULIELMUS . 
DUX . (UMP.Ki.E, on truncation I. kirk . F. ; l;l Fame, bearing an 
olive branch and a trumpet, with the flag inscribed VENIT VIDIT 
VlNciT, tlies over the globe on which the British Islands are marked, 
INSULA . (HARA . DEIS . HEROUM . INCLYTA . MATER ; in exergue, 
16 . Al' . I . DIE . 26 . ANNI . /ET . SU/E . REB . CULLODENICIS . 
CAMI'IS . DOMUIT . VIGILANTIA . SUA . MDCCXLVI, A. KIRK . F {I'i. 

Mnl. 111. II, p. 61.3, 110. 279). Bust of the Duke of Cumberland to 
right, hair tied behind, in armour, riband across the breast, and 
mantle over his left shoulder, GVIL . CVMBERL . DVX . EXERCIT . M . 
lUMT . IMI'., on tiniicatioii M. IIOLTZHEY FEC ; \)c The Duke of 
Cumberland, us a Roman general, crowned by Victory, tramples 
upon a fallen U*v, at liis feet kneel two suppliant Highlanders, in 
the (listaiu'e the town of Inverness, and the Scottish ;irmy flying, 
RESTITVloItl <,'\li:iis ; in exergue, KKr.HI.L . AD INNHRNIVM DKVICT . 
MDCCXLVI (1 •(;.";. .1/-/. ///. \\^ p. G14, no. 281), rrr/j fine 3 



161 

579 Battle of Culloden, 1746. Bust of the Duke of Cumberland to 

right, hair short, no drapery ; Cumberland ; below, yeo . f. 
$1 Apollo, laureate, leaning upon his bow, points to the dragon C 
wounded by his arrow ; ACTUM . EST . ILICET . PERIIT ; in exergue, ^^..^ ^ «^ 

PRCEL . COLOD . AP . XVI . MDCCXLVI. 

(1-75 ly 1-45. Med. III. i\,p. 615, no. 283), very fijie 1 

This medal has an ornamental border and a loop. The example in gold, 
lot 5.35, pi. XVIII, was only given to officers who commanded regiments present 
at the battle, and was worn round the neck with a broad crimson riband with 
green edges. It is excessively rare in silver ; the only other example recorded 
is in the Cochran Patrick collection. 

580 Rebellion defeated, 1746. Bust of George II to right, laureate, hair 

long, in armour, and ermine mantle fastened with brooch on the 

shoulder, GEORG . II . D . G . MAG . BR . FR . ET HIB . REX . F . D . ET EL.; 
below, VESTNER . F. 

55= A pedestal, decorated with the arms of the king, crowned, and sur- 
mounted by a Victory ; behind, trophies of arms and standards ; 
DiEV ET MON DROIT ; in exergue, debellatis perdvellibvs in 

SCOTIA PER DVCEM DE CVMBERLAND MDCCXXXXVI. 

(1-75. Med. III. II, x>- 617, no. 288), fine and very rare I 

581 Concord of Holland, England and Germany, 1746. A female 

figure, Holland, standing, three-quarters, to right, leaning on her 
spear, surmounted by the cap of Liberty, her left hand rests on 
her shield ; belgivm foederatvm. ; ^ three urns inscribed SCALD, 
(the Scheldt), THAM. (the Thames), and RHEN. (the Rhine), all flow- 
ing into one sea, on these rest three flags, Avith the arms of Holland, 
the United Provinces, &c. ; fert regibvs OPEM. ; in exergue, 
MDCCXLVI. (1-0. Van Loon, Suppl. xxii, 207; Med. III. ii, p. 619, 
no. 291). Two others of the same type, but sizes r45 and 1"85, the 
two larger apparently unpublished, all very fine 3 

582 Augusta Princess of Wales, Counter. Bust of Augusta Princess 

of Wales to right, with bandeau, pearl earring, necklace, dress with 
brooch in front, and ermine mantle fastened with brooch on the 
shoulder; AUGUSTA wallI/E . PRINCIPISSA ; ^ Cupid, sleeping, 
rests his arm upon a table, whereon is a candle, around which 
several moths are hovering ; POUR UN PLAISIR mille de peine. 
(1-0. Med. HI II, p. 623, no. 299). And another, " l' AMOUR 

CHANGE LA NATURE" 

William Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, 1747. Busts, face to 
face, of William of Orange and Princess Anne, he is in armour and 
mantle, she wears mantle ; WILH . CAR . henr . fris . PRINC . AVR . 
ET ANNA MAG . BRIT ; in exergue, M. HOLTZHEY . FEC. ; ^ within 
a wreath of orange and oak, wiLH , CAR . HENR . FRiso dictator 

M 



. 162 

Lot 582 — rontinucd. 

PEKPETVVS CREATVS XXV APRIL MDCCXLVII, (I'T. Med. III. II, 

p. 627, no. 314), very fine. And two small Medals, with conjoined 
busts of William Prince of Orange and Princess Anne ; legend, 
similar to last ; I;l viVAT. PRINCEPS AVE. MDCCXLVII., unpublished 5 

583 William Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, 1747. Bust of William 
of Orange to right, hair long, in cravat, dress-coat, and mantle 
fastened with brooch ; WILH . CAR. HENR*. FRISO PRINC . NASS . ET 
AR. ; below, N. V. s. F. ; l;l the Belgic lion, holding a sword, rests 
its paw on a pedestal, which supports a book and a spear encircled 
with an orange brancli, and surmounted by the cap of Liberty, the 
pedestal is inscribed HON'Y SOIT QVI MAL Y PENSE ; behind, the 
rising sun ; GLADIVS DOMINI ET GEDEONIS. ; in exergue, HOLLANDIA 
PROCLAM : GV^BEKN . 3 MAII . 1747. (1-45. Med. III. II, p. 629, 
iiu. 317), very fine 

William Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, 1747. Busts conjoined 
to right of William of Orange and Princess Anne, he is in armour 
and mantle, she wears dress fastened with jewel in front ; W . C. H . 
F . PRINC . AYR . ET ANNA MAG . BRIT. ; below, HOLTZHEY . FEC. ; 
}Ji inscription : 

BiJ't opgaan der oranjezon 
Kv^gt Ncderland ecn Gideon. 
1747- 
above is an orange branch, to which is attached the bundle of 
arrows of the United Provinces ; below, the newly risen sun throw- 
ing its rays towards another orange branch, and J. v. D. STRENG. 
(M.^), (Jilt. Med. Ill II, p. 629, no. 318) 

William Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, 1747. A female figure, 
armed, facing, holds in her right hand a spear entwined with an 
orange i)rancli, and to which is attached a label inscribed with the 
Prince's motto, IE MAINTIENDRAI, her left hand is placed on the 
shield of Utrcclit, vltraiecti, crowned and impaled with that of 
its diocese, behind is an orange tree; PRO . ARIS . ET . FOCIS ; in 
exergue, I'KOCL . (;VPERN . 3 MAii . 1747.; lA the shield of the 
Piince of Orange, crowned, within the Oarter ; GVIL . CAR. HENR. 
I-Kiso . I'lilNc . NASS . ET AR ; l)el()w, s. {V i^\ (jilt. Med. III. II, 
p. ()."50, n(i. 3 lit), tJii^ medal luis a loap, nry fine 3 

084 William Prince of Orange, Stadtholder, 1747. Bust of William 
iif Orange to left, in urniour, mantle, riband and star of the Garter, 
(;vii,. IV. ]). c. im;. ai;. \- nass. v. v.. gvb dvx k arciiitiial; on 
nuuitle, N. V. s. : U. Uu.st of I'rincess Anne to left, with lovelock, 
wealing cfMonet, gown, and mantle fastened by a chain over the 



163 

Lot 584 — continued. 

shoulder, anna . BRIT . REG . FIL . PRIMOG . PR . NASS . ET . AR. ; 

on mantle, N. v. S. (I'o. Med. III. ii, ;;. 632, no. 322) 

Tlie Editors of the Medallic Illustrations state that they give their descrip- 
tion of this piece from Van Loon, but that tliey had not met with a specimen. 

Bust of William of Orange to left, hair short, in armour, riband 

and star of the Garter, w . c . H . FRiso D . g . aravs . ET N . PR . 

PATR . PAT., around is an ornamented garter, inscribed with the 

Prince's motto, IE MAINTIENDRAI . 1747.; ^ the shield of the 

Prince within the Garter: above is a crown, one side of which is 

decorated with two hands issuing from a lion's mouth and an 

orange wreath, clasped, and holding the bundle of arrows ; below 

is inscribed IN HOC vnivntvr, the other side is plain. (1-5, gilt. 

Med. III. II, p. 633, no. 324), both very fine, the first verij rare 2 

This is a heart-shaped badge struck for distribution, and to be worn in 
remembrance of the proclamation of William as Stadtholder. 

585 William Prince of Orange, 1747, by Holtzhey. Bare bust of 

Prince to right ; Jl DE . LIEFDE , VAN't . GEMEEN . DE VUIST . DES . 
STAATS . IN'T . VELD . ETC . EN . DE . VRENGD . VAN . GROOT . BRIT- 
TANJE . &c. in nine lines across the field, and below, J. V. STRENG, 
the name of the comj)oser of these lines not in Med. III., plated 

Defeat of the French Fleet off Cape FInisterre, 1747. Bust 
of Anson to left, crowned by Victory standing behind on the prow 
of a galley, george lord anson . vict . may hi mdccxlvii ; 
below, T. PINGO . f. ; 51 Victory, holding a wreath and a trophy, 
stands upon the back of a sea monster, over a small globe, cir- 
cumnavigation ; around are six laurel wreaths enclosing the 
names of keppel, savmarez, savnders, brett, dennis and 
campbel; underneath, MDCCXL-MDCCXLiv. (1-7. Med. III. 11, p. 634, 
no. 325) 

The Prince of Orange and the Duke of Cumberland, 1747. 
Bust of William of Orange to left, hair long, in dress-coat, riband, 
and star of the Garter ; GUL . CAR . HENR . FRI80 PR . AURAS . VII . 
PROV . foed . STRATEGUS . &c. ; 9-' Bust of the Duke of Cumberland 
to right, hair tied behind, in armour and riband across the breast ; 
GVLIELMVS . DVX . CVMBRLE. ; on truncation, T. PINGO . F. ; (1"2. 
Med. III. u,p. 634, no. 327), very fine 3 

586 Birthday of Princess Caroline of Orange, 1748. Busts con- 

joined, to right, of William of Orange and Princess Anne ; he is in 
armour, riband, and George of the Garter ; she wears coronet, rich 
dress, and ermine mantle ; w . C . H . FRiso & anna d . g . princeps 
ARAVS . &C. ; below, M. HOLTZHEY . FECIT. ; \}. Bust of Piincess 
Caroline, to right, in embroidered gown; below, 1748: all within 

M 2 



164 

Lot 586 — continued. 

a wreath of orange and rose branches united at the base by the 
arrows of the Provinces ; CAROLINA . D . G . PUINCEPS ARAVS . &C . 
SPES PATRIAE . ^T . ANN . V. (1-6. Med. 111. II, p. 637, no. 330), two 
specimens. Busts conjoined, to right, of William of Orange and 
Princess Anne, &c. ; similar to the preceding ; w . C . H . FRISO ET 

ANNA D . G . PRINC . ARAVS . ETC. ; beloW, M. HOLTZHEY . F. ; $1 Bust 

of Princess Caroline to right, &c. ; similar to the preceding ; 

CAROLINA D . G . PRINCEPS AR . SPES PATRIAE . yET . AN . V. (Ii5. 

Med. III. U,p. 639, no. 332), two specimens, one smaller, all very fine 4 

587 Birth of Ppince William of Orange, 1748. Bust conjoined, to 

right, of William of Orange and Princess Anne ; he is in armour 
and mantle ; she wears diadem, lace gown and ermine mantle ; 

W . C . H . FRISO ET ANNA D . G . ARAVS . ET NASS . PRINC. ; below, M. 

HOLTZHEY . FEC. ; ^ An angel descending from heaven presents an 
infant to two suppliant females, representatives of Holland and Nas- 
sau, with their shields and a staff surmounted by the cap of Liberty ; 

TANDEM EXORATVS DEBIT. ; in exergue, WILHELMVS NATVS HAG^ . 
COM . ANN . LIB . IVBIL . D . VIII . MART. (I '95. Med. III. II, p. 639, 

no. 333). Busts conjoined, to right, of William of Orange and 
Princess Anne ; he is in armour ; she wears coronet, rich dress and 
ermine mantle ; w . c . H . FRiso ET anna d . g . ARAVS . ET NASS . 
PRINC. ; below, HOLTZHEY . F ; 9; An angel, reposing on radiated 
clouds, holds the infant Prince in her mantle ; TANDEM EXORATVS 

DEDIT ; below, NATVS . ANN . LIB . IVBIL . D. VIII . MART. {\-Q. Med. 

III. I, ji. G40, no. 334). Bust conjoinecl, to right, of William of 
Orange iind Princess Anne; similar to the preceding; below, M. 
HOL'IZHEV . F. ; ];l An aiigel reposing on radiated clouds, &c. ; 
similar to the preceding (ri5. Med. III. ir, p. 640, no. 335). Busts 
conjoined, to right, of William of Oiange ami Princess Anne ; he 
is in armour and ermine mantle ; she wears coronet, dress and 
mantle : CVILIELMl'S . IV . D . O . A . & . N . PR . FOED . BELG . GVB . 
HER . I>\X i^ TIIAL . SVMM * ANNA . D . G . M . BRIT . ARAVS . ET NASS . 
PRiNCKl's. ; below, N. V. s. ; 1^ At) obelisk, to which is attached a 
tablet, crowned, and inscribed, FELICI . GENIO . FIS . COMPOS . 

ARAVSIO . TOTI . KXXLTES . PRINCEPS . NASCITVR . ECCE . TVVS. ; 

underneath is the date, 17^48, i. e. 8 March, 1748; on one side is 
Fame, pointing to the inscription, and on the other the Genius of 
Orange, her shield at her side, holding the infant Prince; in 
e.xergue, hack . comitis. (1.85. Med. III. 11, 641, no. 336), all fine i 

588 Birth of Prince William of Orange, 1748. Bust of the young 

Prince, to right, in rich dress and mantle ; GVILIELMVS . D . G . 
PRINCEPS . ARAVSLK . ET . NAS.SAVLE. ; on mantle, N. V. s. ; }]i An 



165 

Lot 588— continued. 

obelisk, to which is attached a tablet, crowned, and inscribed, &c. ; 
same as the preceding (1-85. Med. III. ii, p. 641, 337), very fine 
Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, Preliminaries signed, |^ April, 1748. 
Jjust of William of Orange, to right, in helmet in the form of a 
lion's head, and decorated with laurel wreath and plumes, armour 
and ermine mantle; w . c . H . FRISO D . G . PR . aravs . ET NASS . TOT . 
BELG . LIB . GVB . HiERED. ; on truncation, HOLTZHEY. ; 51 Hercules, 
standing to left, beneath the rays of the sun, and holding out his 
club, from which sprout branches ; behind him is a tree ; EN 
GERMINA PACIS. ; in exergue, PRAELIMIN . AQVISGRANI DECRET . 
ANNO LIB. IVBILAEO. (1-71. Med. III. II, p. 642, no. 339), rare. 
Another of same type, but size \"2, very fine and unpublished 3 

589 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded, 1748. Piety, standing at 
a lighted altar decorated with a caduceus and two cornucopias, 
implores Peace, who descends upon a cloud, bearing a cornucopia, 
an olive branch, and scales ; on the left lies the Lion of the United 
Provinces with sword, arrows, and a spear surmounted by the cap 
of Liberty, and the Bible inscribed, religio. ; E SVPERIS ASTR.^A 

REDVX BONA S^CVLA REDDENS. ; in exergue, PAX AQVISGRANI 

SANCITA ANNO LIB . IVBIL^O MDCCXLVIIL ; ^ The eight shields of 
England, France, Austria, Spain, the United Provinces, Sardinia, 
Genoa, and Modena, forming a circle round a blazing heart pierced 
with eight arrows ; the whole enclosed within a wreath of lilies 
and branches of orange and olive, amidst which appear a trident 
and a rudder, and over all a naval crown ; redvnivntvr. (1"7. 
Med. III. n,p. 644, no. 346) 

Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded, 1748. Bust of William 
of Orange to right, hair long, in armour and riband across the 

breast ; W . C . H . FRISO D . G . PR . AR . ET NASS . ETHNARCHA BELL . 
DVX H.ER . ASSERT . LIB. ; below, M. HOLTZHEY . F. ; 1> Peace, seated 
on clouds, descending from heaven, and holding a cornucopia, olive 
branch, and scales ; before her, at her feet, is the Lion of the 
United Provinces with sword, arrows, and a spear surmounted by 
the cap of Liberty, and Bible inscribed, RELIGIO. ; E SVPERIS 
ASTR.EA REDVX BONA SECVLA REDDENS. ; in exergue, PAR AQVISGR . 
SANCITA ANNO LIBERT . IVBIL . MDCCXLVIIL (1-4. Med. III. II, 

p. 645, no. 342) 
Conclusion of the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, 1748, by Holtshey. 
Bust uf William IV of Orange to right ; ^ E. SVPERIS ASTR^E 
REDVX &c.. Piety, standing at a lighted altar, imploring Peace, &c. 
(1-7. Van L'jon, Siqjpl. xxv, 258), all very fine 3 



166 

590 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded, 1748. Bust of William of 
Orange, to right, in armour and mantle, GVL : IV . D . G . A . E . N . 

PR . FOED . BELG . GVB . H/ER . DVX . E . THAL . SVMM. ; below, N. S. ; 

Jl Peace standing, to left, with olive branch and sceptre, PAX 
AVGVSTA ; in exergue, AQVISGRANI 1748 (1-0. Med. III. u, p. 646, 
no. 344). Another, O as last ; ^ a sundial, NEC . momentvm . sine . 
LIXEA ; in exergue, MDCCL. Busts conjoined, to right, of William 
of Orange and Princess Anne, he is in armour and mantle, she wears 
coronet and mantle over her shoulders, G. C . H . FKiso . 4' • anna . 
D . G . ARAVS . ET . NASS . PRINC. ; $1 A lighted altar decorated with 
a cap of Liberty and with palm and laurel branches, above is the 
serpent of Eternity encircling the letter C ; pax pvblica AQVIS- 
GRANI; in exergue, MDCCXLViii (1-05. Med. III. 11, p. 647, no. 346) 

This piece, like the preceding, specially commemorates the Peace of West- 
phalia as well as that of Aix-la-Ohapelle. 

Peace of Aix-la-Chapeile concluded, 1748. A turreted female 
tiguie, Aix-la-Chapelle, holding a globe on which is perched a 
dove with an olive branch, stands near an obelisk decoraled with 
the imperial shield, and inscribed gavdivm REiPVBLiC.f; ; in the 
distance is the city of Aix-la-Chapelle, PACATi GLORIA MVNDi ; in 
exergue, PAX AQVISGRANI SIGN.A.TA MDCCXXXXVIII M . OCTOBR. ; 
$L Eight laureated shields of Austria, Spain, France, Sardinia, 
England, Modena, the United Provinces and Genoa arranged in a 
circle, within which is the inscription NON sine NVMINE divum; 

PAX URl'.ES PAX REGNA LIGAT PAX CONGREGAT ORBEM. (1-75, tin. 

Med. III. II, p. 648, no. 348) 
Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded, 1748 (2). Mars rushing 
to left, bearing a sword and a lighted torch ; in the distance is 
the town of Bois-le-Duc, MIXACIA MARTIS — ; in exergue S. P. Q . s. 
(the second medal Mars is to right) ; I;l The Genius of Bois-le-Duc, 
standing facing, holding an olive branch and a cornucopia, at 
her side is her shield, MITESCUNT TEMPORA PACE ; in exergue, 
MDCCXLVIII. MARME. F. (M and IS. Med. III. u, p. 649, no. 349). 
Peac, seateil o\\ clouds, descending from heaven and holding a 
cornuc()i)ia, olive branch and scales ; upper legend, E SVPERIS AS- 
TR/EA RKinX IJONA Si:C\'LA REDDENS; lower legend, PAX AQVISGR . 
SANCITA ANNO LI15 . IVP.IL . MDCCXLVIII. ; l;l Hope, head radiate, 
standing to left, and holding in one hand a bianch of olive, and 
in the other a cornucopia and an anchor ; below, within a cartouche, 
MDCCXLI.X; IN 1!ATAVIS<,»VK . Sl.MVL . SPES . TEMPORIS . ALMA. 

FELlcis. (1-4. Med. Ill n, p. i;)bO, no. :^h-l), princiixdly fine 9 

591 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle proclaimed, 1749. Bust of George II 
to left, lauioute, linir long, no drapery, (;EORGIUS II . D . (i . REX. ; 
below, I. KIRK . V. ; I;l Britannia, seated to right, on the sea-shore, 



167 

Lot 591 — continued. 

leans upon her shield, holds an olive branch and a cornucopia, and 
tramples upon implements of war ; on the water are two ships, PAX 
COMMERCII NUTRIX ; in exergue, pkoclam . 2 . FEB . MDCCXLVIII. 
(1-35. jyied. III. II, p. 651, no. 354) 

Dissensions between Dr. Charles Lucas and the Corpora- 
tion of Dublin, 1749. Justice preventing Anarchy from destroy- 
ing Liberty, whom he has thrown down, has seized by the hair, 
and is about to stab, may GEORGE protect what justice tries 
TO SAVE ; in exergue, T. PiNGO .¥. ; ^i the glorious attempt of 
LXiv to preserve the constitution mdccxlix, above is the 
Irish harp with broken strings, and below, the shield of Dublin and 
the regalia of the city. (1-55. Med. III. ii, jj. 653, no. 357), very fine 

Prince Charles, 1750. Bust of Prince Charles to right, hair short, 
curly behind, no drapery ; Jl A leafless hollow tree, from the root 
of which springs a flourishing young sapling, revirescit ; in ex- 
ergue, 1750 (1-35. Med. III. u, J). 655, no. 359) 3 

592 Prince Charles, 1750. Bust of Prince Charles to right, hair short, 

curly behind, no drapery, PRINCE CHARLES EDWARD STUART ; 
9: The Prince, in Highland costume, approaches Scotia, holding 
her shield and spear ; between them is a cornucopia ; behind Scotia 
is a pedestal decorated with the thistle and surmounted by the 
unicorn ; in the distance are ships and a castle ; in exergue, semper 
armis nunc et industria (2-0. Med. III. 11, j;. 656, no. 360) 
State of England, 1750. Bust of George II to left, laureate, hair 
long, in armour, riband and star of the Garter, GEORGIUS ii . D . G . 
MAG . BR . FR . et hib . REX. ; on truncation, J. A. dassier. ; 5t> Bri- 
tannia seated, facing, on the sea-shore, leans on her shield, and 
holds an olive branch and a staff' with the cap of Liberty, her lion 
reposing at her feet ; Mercury or Commerce pours out abundance 
before her, and an infant Genius beside her is employed in measuring 
a globe ; in the distance, shipping, hje TIBI sunt ARTES ; in exergue, 
MDCCL (2-15. Med. III. II, p. 658, no. 363), fine and scarce 2 

593 Free British Fishery Society, 1750. Bust of the Prince of Wales 

to right, hair long, in armour and mantle fastened with brooch on 
the shoulder, FREDERICK prince of wales ; below, governor of 
THE SOCIETY ; on truncation, Z. Koch : J^ A fishing boat hauling in 
nets ; on the shore, fishermen with nets and barrels, FOR THE 
advantage of great BRITAIN ; in exergue, free brit. fishery 
BY A SOCIETY ESTABL. 1 750 (1-6. Med. III. II, p. 659, no. 365) 
Death of Frederick Prince of Wales, 1751. Bust of Frederick 
Prince of Wales to left, hair long, no drapery, fredericus . walli^e 
PRINCEPS. ; below, I KIRK F ; ^ Britannia seated to right, mourn- 



168 

Lot 593 — contimied. 

fully, on the ground near a sarcophagus decorated with the prince's 
plumes, and surmounted by a phoenix, LUCTUS NON lUSTlOR ULLUS ; 
in exergue, NATUS XX IAN : MDCCVI OBIIT XX MAR : MDCCL. 
I. KIKK . F. (1-4. Med. III. II, jy- 661, no. 367) 
Free British Fishery Society, 1751. Bust of George Prince of 
WaU'S to left, with hair long and tied behind, in armour, riband, 
and mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder, GEORGIUS 
WALLLK PRINCEPS ; below, MAGNA SPES ALTERA ; on truncation, 
/. Kirk ; 5^ Neptune, with a fishing-net and trident, approaches 
Mercury (Commerce) seated on a rock, with an anchor, compasses 
and cornucopia of fishes lying at his feet, and near him the arms of 
Scotland on a scroll, COPIA divitleque nobis ; in exergue, PISCA- 

TURA BRITANNICA CONSTITUTA MDCCL. (1-4. Med. III. U, p. 662, 

no. 3G8) 
John Duke of Montagu, 1751. Bust of the Duke of Montagu to 
left, hair short, in armour, with star of the Garter on the breast, 
JOANNES DVX DE MONTAGV ; on truncation, J A DASSIER ; ^ The 
good Samaritan pouring oil into the wounds of the waylaid traveller, 
TV FAC SIMILITER; in exergue, MDCCLL (2-15. 3Ied. Ill ii, j). 663, 
no. 369), all reri/ fine 4 

594 Anne, Princess of Orange, Kegent of Holland, 1751. Bust of the 
Princess of Orange to right, with lovelocks and coronet, in em- 
liroidered gown iind ermine mantle, ANNA . D . G . M . B . R . PRINC . 

AURANT . DOTARLA. . GUB^ AC . TUT". , below N. V. S. ; }ji The shields 

of Nassau, within the Garter, and of Britain, surmounted by a 
crown, and enclosed within a circle of eleven shields of the prin- 
cipal towns of Friesland, united by chains meeting in a cap of 
Liberty (1-45. Med. III. U, p. 665, no. 373) 
Death of Louisa, Queen ot Denmark, 1751. Bust of Louisa 
t^iieen of Denmark to right, with hair long, ami decorated with 
pearls, in gown fastened with brooch in front, and mantle lined with 
ermine and senit' with crowns, LOVISA . D . (; . DAN . NORV . VAND . 
(iOTH . Ki'XiLNA, below AiiBiEN . F. ; ]Ji A square tomb inscribed DUO 
MoRlUNTUR IN UNA, OH it are two urns inscribed MATRI DESIDE- 
RATlss, and I'UINC. Flljo, at the base are seated two female figures, 
Denmark and Norway, leaning mournfully on their shields, ANTE 
DIKM, in e.cergut' CoIIoNA.M MUTAVIT D . XIX DECEMB . MDCCLI, 
I', c. w. (I'etcr riirislof Winslow) (2-0. Med. III. II, p. 666, 
iin. ;;7ti) 

Chancellors Medal, ("ambrid-e, March, 1752. Bust of George II 
to left, lauieale, in armour, with star of the (barter, and mantle, 
<iK(ti:(;ivs . II . I'lvs . FKi.ix . I'ATKR. PATltl.K, on truncation R. YKO. ¥.; 



169 

Lot 594 — continued. 

$1 On a raised throne is seated Cambridge, murally crowned, hold- 
ing a caduceus, a lyre near her feet, and pointing to students, to one 
of whom Liberality, holding a cornucopia, and having the shield of 
the Duke of Newcastle at her feet, is presenting a medal, near the 
throne is the river-god CAMVS reclining on his urn, in the distance 
is a view of the Senate House, STVDiis hvmanitatis, in exergue 

LIBERALITAS . T . HOLLES . DVC . NOVOCASTR . ACAD . CANCELL, YEO . F 

(2-0. Med. III. II, p. 677, no. 377), all very fine 3 

595 William V Prince of Orange, Knight of the Garter, 1752 (2). 

Bust of William of Orange to right, in hat with feathers, mantle, 
collar and George of the Garter, his left hand grasps his sword, 

WILH . V . D : G . PR . AR . ET N . FOED . BELG . LIB . GVB . H.ER, on trun- 
cation I. G. H. F. ; ^ St. George and the Dragon within the garter, 
EQVES CREATVS DIE V IVNY . MDCCLII, I. G. HOLTZHEY . FEC. 

(1-6 and M5. i¥ed. III. II, p. 669, 'no. 379) 
Visit of Prince Charles, 1752. Bust of Prince Charles to right, 

hair short, no dnipery, REDEAT MAGNUS ILLE GENIUS BRITANNI^E ; 
ijl Britannia, standing by a rock on the sea-shore and resting upon 
her spear and shield, waits the arrival of an approaching fleet, 
behind her is a globe with the map of Great Britain, o Diu DESI- 

. DERATA NAVIS, in exergue DATAMINI GIVES SEPT XXIII MDCCLII 

(1-7. Med. III. II, p. 670, no. 380) 
Edinburgh Revolution Club, 1753. William III laureate and 
habited as a Roman emperor, presents a scroll inscribed M. CHA. to 
Religion and Justice seated on the ground before him. Tyranny and 
Popery are fleeing away, in exergue meminisse juvabit ; ^ In- 
scription THE EDINBURGH REVOLUTION CLUB IN COMEMORATION 
OF THE RECOVERY OF THEIR REILIGION AND LIBERTY BY . K . WIL- 
LIAM (J- Q . MARY AN 1 688 ORDERED THIS MEDAL TO BE STRUCK . 

ANNO. 1753 (ri. Med. III. u, p. 672, no. 384) 
Richard Mead, died 16 Feb. 1574. Bust of Mead to right, hair 
short, in loose robe over the shoulders, RICHARDVS MEAD . MED . 
REG . ET s . R . s, below L. PINGO . F. ; Jl An infant strangling a ser- 
j)ent, over him are the sun and the moon, LABOR EST ANGVES 
SVPERARE, in exergue armorial shield of Mead dividing the inscrip- 
tion N . AV . XI . MDCLXXrri . . F. XVI . MDCCLIV (1-55. Med. 
III. ir, />. 675, no. 388); all very fine o 

596 The Louth Election, 1 Nov. 1755. Hibernia standing upon a 

rock in the midst of the sea and assailed by the four winds, firm 
TO OUR COUNTRY . AS THE ROCK TO THE SEA ; ^i Inscription across 

the field BY OUR STRICT UNION IN LOUTH . WE DISAPPOINTED THE 



^ % 



. 170 

Lot o96 — continued. 

HOPES OF OUK ENEMIES ON THE I OF NOVEM . 1755 • ^^^ ^HE 29 
YKAU OF THE REIGN OF K. GEO THE II . WHOM GOD LONG PRESERVE, 

above are a heart and two united hands, MAY THE LOVERS OF 
LIBERTY NEVER . LOSE IT (1-75. Med. III. II, p. 677, HO. 292), 
rare 

Earthquake at Lisbon, 1755. Lisbon, turreted, seated to left, 
amidst l)rokeii columns, and alarmed at lightning and Hames issuing 
from a cleft in the ground, her hand holds a caduceus, and rests 
upon the urn of the tagvs, near her is her shield, terr^ motvvm 
VI . D . I . NOV . MDCCLV ; ]^ English, Dutch and Spanish ships con- 
veying assistance to Lisbon, on a band above LISBONA, in exergue 
HOLTZHEY . FEO. (2-1. Med. III. u,p. 678, no. 393) 

Victory of Plassy, 1757. Victory, bearing a trophy and a palm 
branch, is mounted upon an elephant to left, VICTORY. AT . plassy . 
CLIVE . COMMANDER, in exergue MDCCLVIII. SOC. P. A. c. ; 5^ Clive, 
habited as a Roman General, holds a sceptre surmounted by a 
lion in his left hand, and with his right presents to Meer Jaafar 
another sceptre sui-monnted by a dolphin, between them is a globe, 
a rudder, and a cornucopia, INIVRIES ATTONED . PRIVILEGE . AVG- 
MENTED . TERRITORY . ACQVIRED, in exergUe A . SOVBAH . GIVEN . TO . 

BENGAL . MDCCLVIII (1-55. Med. III. n,]). 683, no. 400), all very fine 3 

597 Louisburg taken, 1758. The British flag waving over the glol)e, 

marked CANADA AMERICA ; on one side a sailor waves his hat, on 
the other a grenadier points to a female figure writhing beneath the 
globe, pointing to English boats approaching, and dropping the 
' French lily into the sea, above a flag and a band inscribed PARITER . 
IN . BELLA ; above hovers Fame with her trumpet and a laurel 
wreath, T. pingo . F. 
1/ Batteries firing, the English fleet in the offing, a French ship in 
flames and another towed away by English boats, LOVISBOVRG . 

TAKKN . MD(_'CLVIII 

(1-7. Mrd. Ill II, p. Q,^:^, no. 404) 

598 Eddystone Lighthouse rebuilt, 1757. View of Eddystone Light- 

house, with ships around; IN SALVTEM . OMNIV.M., and in the 

extTgue, KDlsToNK RESUR<;iT. 1757.; ];l plain 

(1-7. M'd. Ill u, i>. 681, no. 398), verij fine and reri/ rare 1 

A K;i !;_'•• Wi'vw \>y tlu' x/iiiiK.-ii rniploycil a^ a protection from being pressed. 

599 American-Indian Badge, 1757. Bust of George II to left, lau- 

reate, hair Idul', in armour and mantle. GF.ORGIVS . II . DEI GRATIA. 
1^ A Eui-oiicaii, seated under a tree, holds out the pijje of Peace, 
adorned with wings, to an Indian who, seated opposite to him 



171 

Lot 599- — continued. 

points to the meridian sun, a fire between them, LET L'S. look TO 

THE MOST HIGH WHO BLESSED OUR FATHERS WITH PEACE ; in 

exergue, 1757. ; leaf edge 

(1-75. Med. III. II, pp. 682-3, no. 399; Belts, jj. 179, no. 401); 
Tancred, p. 46), very fine, pierced, very rare 1 

600 Louisburg taken, 1758. Bust of Britannia to left, head bound with 

fillet, hair twisted into a knot behind, no drapery, in front the cap 
of Liberty, behind a trident, O . FAIR . BRITANNIA . HAIL . I. KIRK . F.; 
Ipl Victory running to right, bears in her left hand a trophy consist- 
ing of a palm branch, armour and a shield with the French lily, and 
in her right a large fish, from whose mouth issues a number of 
smaller ones, LOVISBOVRG . TAKEN . MDCCLXVIII, in exergue I. KIRK. 
E. (1-6. Med. III. II, p. 687, no. 407), rare 

Goree taken, 1758 (2). Bust of Britannia to left, head bound with 
fillet, hair twisted into a knot behind, no drapery, behind a trident 
projecting from the neck, o . fair . BRITANNIA . HAIL ; 9' Victory, 
bearing a laurel wreath and a palm branch, walking to right, on the 
prow of a vessel, goree . TAKEN . MDCCLVIII (1-55. Med. III. ii, 
}). 691, no. 415) 

Successes of 1758. Bust of George II to left, laureate, hair long, 
in armour, with star of the Garter, and riband across the breast, 
GEORGivs . II . rex ; ^ Britannia, seated on a car drawn by a lion, 
drives over French lilies, on either side walk Justice and Liberty, 
above is a band inscribed FOSDUS INVICTUM, and below the date 
MDCCLVIII, around are inscribed the successes of the year, with the 
dates and the names of the several commanders : 

SENEGAL . MAI . 2. S. MALQS lUN . l6. LOUISBOORG . lUL . ZJ . CHERBOCRG . AU. l6. 
MARSH . MASON. MARLBRO. BOSCAWEN-AMHERST. HOW. 

FRONTIC AUG . 27. DUQUESNE . NOV . 24. GOREE . DEC . 29. 

BRADSTREET. FORBES. KEPPEL. 

(1-75. Med. III. II, p. 692, no. 416) ; all very fine 4 

601 Death of the Princess of Orange, 1759. Bust of the Princess 

of Orange to left, veiled, in open gown and ermine mantle, over her 
head is a radiated circle of stars, ANNA D . G . M . BR . PR . REG . TOT . 
BELG . FOED . GVB . MINORENNI PRINCIPE, I. G. H. F. ; 9^ A sar- 
cophagus decorated with the shield of the Princes?, on the base 
appear two young orange trees springing from an old trunk, and 
emblems of Government, Arts and Sciences are spread upon the 

ground, NEC MAIESTATE NEC .ETATE NEC VIRTVTE MOVETVR, in 

exergue nata 2 NOV. 1709 . denat . 12 Jan. 1759, holtzhey.f. 
(1-6. Med. Ill n,2). 692, 710. 417) 



172 

Lot 601. — contimied. 

Guadaloupe taken, 1759. Pallas standing to left, placing one foot 
upon an antique prow, holds a trident and a military standard, on 
either side MOORE, BARRINGTON, in exergue soc . PROM . ARTS . AND . 
COMMERCE ; ^i Britannia leaning upon her spear, her shield at her 
side, raises a suppliant female holding sugar-canes, GVADALVPE . 
svRRENDERS, in exergue MAY . I . MDCCLix (1-55. Med. III. u, 
p. 697, no. 427) 

Majority of the Prince of Wales, 1759. Bust of the Prince of 
Wales to left, in armour and ermine mantle, GEORGIVS . WALLI.1E. 
PRINCEPS, on truncation T. PINGO . F. ; 1^ A female figure Tellus, 
turreted, seated to left on a throne, decorated with a pine-cone 
behind, and placed between two lions couchant, one holding the 
shield of Britain, she plays a cymbal, to the sound of which four 
female figures dance around an oak-tree, below a scroll inscribed 

ROBVR BRITANNIA, TELLVS JACTABIT ALVMNO, in exergue ADULTS 

.*:tatis dies favstlssimvs iv . jvn . mdcclix (•2-15. Med. III. n, 
p. 698, no. 428) ; cdl extremehj fine 3 

602 The Prince of Wales and Prince Edward, 1759. Bust of the 
Prince of Wales to left, in dress-coat, riband and star of the Garter, 
(iEOKGius . walli.e . PRINCEPS ; below a. vere . f. ; 1^ Bust of 
Prince Edward to right, in dress-coat, and riband across the breast, 
edwardus . GEO wal PR . frater (1-95. Med. III. II, p. 699, 
no. 430) 
Battle of Minden, I7r)9. A British and a German soldier, in Roman 
costume, hold a globe on which stands a Victory crowning each with 
a laurel wreath, CON'CORD . OF . THE ALLIES ; in exergue, AVG . I . 
MDCCLLX ; ^ \'ictory, seated, to right, upon a globe amidst captured 
French shields, holds a palm branch ;ind supports upon her 
knee a shield inscribed MINDEN ; in exergue, SOCIETY . PROM . 
ARTS AND . COMMERCE. (1-55. Mcd. III. II, p. 700, no. 431), 
Prince Feniitiaml, in the character of Perseus, passes through 
piles of French arms, Hags and a broken shield ; over his head 
is a star, behind him he holds the Gorgon-headed shield, in his 
hand is a scourge, the thongs terminating in the Lion of Holland, 
the Uidcorn ot Kngland, the Eagle of Prussia, and the Horse of 
Hanover, in the distance the enemy Hying, VIKTVTI CEDIT NVMERVS ; 
in exergue. I'K(1;I.1\M MLNDENSK I AVG. MDCCLIX, I. G. IIOLTZHEY. 
KEC. : 1/ .\ laurel tree entwined by a fruitful vine, at the foot are 
wheat-.slieaves, niuial ciowiis and keys, in the distance is a view of 
the valley <if the \\'e>ei-, imsT TOT DISCRIMINA RERVM ; in exergue, 
FKRI) . I'lt . i;i;\Nsv i;.\Ki:c . i-oed . DVX (1-9. Med. III. II, p. 701, 
no. 4.")2), nil I xlri iiirlii jiur f) 



173 

603 Fight off Belleisle, 1759. Britannia, armed with trident and shield, 

seated to right, upon a sea-horse, is crowned by Victory, BRITAIN . 

TRIVMPHED . HAWKE . COMMANDED ; in exergue, OFF . BELLEISLE . 

NOV . XX MDCCLix ; 5^ NIGHT and TEMPEST interpose to shield 
FRANCE from the assault of BRITAIN ; France, with one foot on a 
rock and the other on the figure of Tempest, leans upon his useless 
sword and protects himself with his shield against Britannia, who, 
with her foot upon the prow of a ship, launches her thunder against 
him ; in exergue, FRANCE . relinqvishes . THE . SEA . s . P . A . C . 
(1-55. Med. Ill II, p. 706, no. 441) 
Successes of 1759. Bust of George IT to left, laureate, hair long, 
in armour, with star of the Garter, and riband across the breast, 
GEORGivs . II . REX ; 9= A shield bearing a reversed lily within a 
Garter inscribed perfida EVERSA, supported by the Lion of England 
and the Horse of Hanover, on a band below is inscribed w . pitt 
AUSP . GEO II PR . mi, below MDCCLIX ; around are inscribed the 
successes of the year, with the names of the several commanders 
and the dates : 

GUADALOUPE NIAGARA 

BARING^ MORE I0HN80N 

MAT . I. JULY . 25. 

QUEBEC 
WOLFE 
MONOKN TOWND 
SEP . 13 & 18. 

(1-7. Med. III. II, j). 708, no. 444), both vert/ fine 2 

604 Battle of Minden, 1759. Bust of Prince Ferdinand to right, hair 

tied behind, in armour, mantle, riband and George of the Garter, 
FERD : OF . brvnswick ; on truncation, KIRK ; 1^ Prince Ferdinand, 
with his staff, commanding at the battle of Minden, in the distance 
is seen the successful attack upon the French intrenched position, 

PROTESTANTS . REIOICING ; in exergue, the . FRENCH . beaten . AT . 

minden MDCCLIX (1-4. Med. III. n, p. 702, no. 433) 
Quebec taken, 11 Sept. 1759. Bust of Britannia to left, head bound 
with fillet, hair compactly arranged into a knot behind, no drapery ; 
underneath is a laurel wreath over a trident and a standard crossed, 
under the trident SAVNDERS, under the standard wolfe, Britannia ; 
9= Victory, on tiptoe, holds a palm branch, and crowns with a laurel 
wreath atrophy of captured French arms, at the foot of which is 
seated a bound captive, QVEBEC . taken . mdcclix ; in exergue, 
SOC . P . A . C . (1-55. Med. III. Ii, ;?. 705, 710. 439) 
Captain Wilson's Voyage to China, 1760. Neptune, seated, to 
right, upon a rock, points out to Mercury (Commerce) a new route 
to China amidst a cluster of islands, iterare cvrsvs relictos ; in 
exergue, mdcclx, r. yeo . f . ; J^j Inscription the . gift . OF . the 



MINDEN 




CROWN POINT 


LAGOS 


FERDINAND. 




AMHERST. 


BOSCAWEN 


AUG . I. 




AUG . 4. 


AUG . 19. 


HAWKE 






QUIBERON. 






NOV . 


20 







J>-' 



- 174 

Lot 604 — rontinned. 

KNG . EAST . INDIA . COMP . TO . CAPTAIN . WILLIAM . WILSON . COM^ 
MANDEll . OF . THE . SHIP . PITT . AS . AN . ACKNOWLEDGEMENT . OF . 
HIS . SERVICES . IN . HAVING . MADE , HIS . PASSAGE , TO . AND . FROM . 
CHINA . BY . AN . UNUSUAL . COURSE . AND . THEREBY . EVINCING . 
THAT . NAVIGATION . TO . BE . PRACTICABLE . AT . ANY . SEASON . OF . 

THE . YEAR (2.7. Med. III. II, p. 709, no. 446), all very fine 3 

605 Successes of 1758-1759. Britannia, seated on a car drawn by a 

lion, drives over French lilies ; on either side walk Justice and 
Liberty, above is a band inscribed FCEDUS INVICTUM, and below the 
date, MDCCLVIII ; around are inscribed the successes of the year, 
with the dates and the names of the several commanders : 

SENEGAL . MAI . 2. S. MAI.OS UN l6. LOUISBOURG . lUL . ZJ . CHEKKOURG . AU . l6, 
MARSn . MASON. MARLBRO. BOSCAWEN-AMHERST. HOW. 

FRONTIC AUG . 27. DUQUESNE . NOV . 24. GOREE . DEC . 29. 

BRADSTREET. FORBES. KEPPEL. 

Same as the reverse of no. 416 ; ^ A shield bearing a reversed lily, 
&c., same as the preceding (1"7. Med. III. li, p. 709, no. 445) 

Canada subdued, 1760. Bust of George II to left, laureate, hair 
long, no drapery, GEORGE . II . KING ; ^ A female figure, Canada, 
seated mournfully at the foot of a pine-tree, behind her is a beaver, 
CANADA SUBDUED; in exergue, MDCCLX . S . P . A. C . (1-5. Med. 
III. 11, p. 711, HO. 448) 

George II, Memorial (2). Bust of George II to left, laureate, hair 
long, in armour with straps on the shoulder, and ermine mantle 
fastened with brooch, below, on a scroll, GEORG . II . D . G ., FACTA . 
INVICTV.M . TE . PRAKDICANT . SEMPER; on truncation, I. V. N. ; no 
reverse (1-9. Med. III. n, p. 713, no. 453), all rery fine 4 

ADDENDA. 
Gold. 

606 Prince William I of Orange and Charlotte de Bourbon, 

1577, by Cirnrud Bloc. (iVILEL.D.G PR AVRIC.-E CO . NASSAVI/E . 
1577, bare-headed bust of Prince William in ruff, armour and 
mantle, the breastplate ornamented with lion's head and arabesques ; 
on truncation (in incuse lettering), .ET . 44. ; and below bust, 
CO EN lu.oc. 
_ 5^ Bust of Charlotte de Bourbon, the hair drawn back from forehead 

and coiitiut'd at back in a net, in ruft" and gown, the bodice plain, 
the sleeve richly embroidered, CHARLOTTE DE BOURBON . PR . 
DAVRKNGK . A . I 577. 

(1 '.'> (45 mill). J '(til Loon, I, //. 236 and tille-page ; (Catalogus 
Koiiiiil-lyk Kiiliiiirf^ j>t. 1 /o 1702; St. Grnrnvhage. 1893), very fine and 
ran' [PL 1a] ' ' ' 1 



175 

607 General Eliot's Medal for Gibraitap to the Hanoverian 

Brigade. View of Gibraltar besieged, per . tot discrimina Q 
RERUM. ; and in exergue, Xlll SEPT . MD . CCLXXXII ^ 

51 A laurel wreath, with the names of reden lamotte SYDOW. '^^i7'"V */ — [C • ■ 

ELIOT. ; around, bruderschaft. ; below tie of wreath, L PINGO . F *■ 

(2'0. Very fine and very rare, see Tancred, p. 54, who says few were 
struck in gold) [PI. XVIIIJ 1 



COPPER AND BRONZE. 



608 Mary, State of England, 1555 {Med. III. I, p. 72, no. 20) 
Philip II, Counter, 1557 

Alliance between England and Spain, 1557 {3fed. III. i, p. 85, no. 48) 
Mary Queen of Scots, Marriage, 1558 {Med. III. I, p. 92, no. 5) 

ELIZABETH. 

Assistance to the United Provinces, 1585 {Med. III. i, p. 133, no. 86) 
And another on the same event {Med. III. I, p. 133, no. 87) 
Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588 {Med. III. I, p. 147, no. 116) 
Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1589 {Med. III. i, p. 153, no. 128) 
Alliance of England and France and the United Provinces, 1596 

{Med. III. I, p. 161, no. 142) 
Spanish Defeats, 1597 {Med. III. I, p. 167, no. 154), some fine 9 

609 Sir Richard Shelley, the last English Grand Prior of the Order of St. 

John of Jerusalem, loll, hy Bernard Eantwic. Half-length figure of^-^-^^-P-^ ILT 
Shelley in arbour, with Maltese cross on cuirass ; ^ A griffin ducally ^ 

gorged to left in a landscape, patriarvm. j;xcvbitor opvm. (2-8. 
3Ied. III. I, p. 127, 710. 75) 1 

610 Defection of Henry IV of France, 1594 {3Ied. III. i, p. 173, no. 170) 
Battle of Nieuport, 1600 {Med. III. i, p. 176, no. 175) 

Another {Med. III. i, p. 176, no. 173) 

Rheinberg Taken and Ostend Defended (2), 1601 {Med. III. I, p. 178, 

no. 178) 
Frederick Count Palatine and Princess Elizabeth, 1613 {Med. III. I, 

7;. 201, no. 32), some fine 6 

CHARLES II. 

611 Attack on the Isle of Rhe, 1627. Bust of Louis XIII, laureate, in 

armour, ruff and mantle, LVDOVIC XIII, &c. ; ^ The King standing 

upon a rostral column, a fleet in the distance, viCTis FVSis FVGATis 

terre marig anglis (1-75. Med. III. i, p. 247, no. 20) 
And a Jeton on the same event, an unpublished variety of Med. III. I, 

}). 248, no. 21, very rare 
And another Jeton of Charles I, 1826 {Med. III. I, p. 256, no. 26) 3 



176 

612 Thomas Gary, 1633, by Varin. Bust of Gary to right, in armour and 

mantle, THO . GARY R . CAROL CVBICVLAR iETATIS SViE 35 . 1633 
(3-3. Med. Ill I, p. 269, no. 67) 1 

613 Sir Wilh'am Ducy, 1636, by Varin. Bust of Ducy to right, hair long, 

lace collar and doublet, GVILIELMVS FIL roberti DVCY MIL ET 
BARONETTI ^TAT . SViE 2 1. (-^'2, (filt. Med. III. I, p. 277, no. 80) 1 

614 Dutch Fishery, 1636. Busts conjoined of Gharles I and his Queen, 

CAR ET MAR D . G . ANGL FRANC ET HiBER. ; p, Justice and Peace 

seated kissing each other, IVSTICIA ET pax OSCV LAT^E.SVNT. 

PSAL 8i. (3-1. Med. III. i, p. 278, no. 81) 
Thomas Parr. Obv. and rei\ same type (Med. III. I, p. 277, no. 79) 
And five Jetons of Charles I "Peace and War," 1643 {Med. III. I, 

p. 308, nos. 134, 135 and 136) 7 

615 Henry Duke de Rohan, died 1638. Bust of the Duke to left, in 

armour, draped, HENR ROH D . FR . PAR ARM REG MASC . SOB . NAV . 

4- SCOT PR. ; Ijl A young tree growing out of a decayed stump, ET . 

ADHVC . SPES . DVRAT . AVORV^M. (I -75. Med. III. I, p. 280, no. 86) 

Gharles I Memorial, 1649 (2-3. Med. III. i, p. 346, no. 199), fine 2 

COMMONWEALTH. 

616 Jettons on the Succession of Charles II, 1649, two examples, one in copper 

the other in brass (Med. III. i, p. 384, no. 1) 
Trial of Lilburne, 1649 (Med. III. I, p. 385, no. 3) 
Cromwell, Lord General, 1 6.50, by Simon {Med. III. i, p. 388, tw. 7) 
And two small oval Medallions of Cromwell (without reverse), (Battle 

of Dunbar, 1650) {Med. III. i, p. 391, no. U), fine 6 

617 Cromwell Protector, 1653 {Med. III. i, p. 410, no. 46) 

Cromwell and Masaniello, by Ferdinand St. Urban. O Bust of Crom- 
well ; 1/ Bust of Masaniello {Med. III. I, p. 432, no. 79), very fine 2 

CHARLES II. 

618 Charles I and Charles II, 1G60. Bust of Charles I ; \^ Bust of Charles II 

{Med. III. I, p. 45U, no. 35) 1 

619 Restoration, 1G60 {Med. III. i, p. 453, no. 38) 

Bronze gilt Medal, apparently unpublished. 0- Bust as on the Embark- 
ation at Scheveningen Medal, by Peter Van Abele ; ^ Cupid 
cutting a branch from a young myrtle tree, above two hands 
emerging from the clouds and clasping a burning heart, with name 
of .lehovjih ; above, to right, a vine in full bearing, to left a palm 
from which i.ssues a sct'ptre, in the background scenes of husbandry ; 
on edge, J. D. J., ring and loop, yj/te 2 



177 

620 Restoration, 1660 (Moses) (Med. Ill i, p. 462, no. 56) 

Charles II and Catherine, 1662. O Bust of King; Jjl Bust of Queen 

(Med. III. I, p. 491, no. 115) 
State of Britain, 1667 (Med. III. i, p. 541, no. 193) 
Tribute to Charles II, 1667 (Med. III. i, p. 541, no. 194) 4 

621 Duchess of Richmond, 1667. Portrait Medallion, no rev. (Med. III. i, 

p. 541, no. 195) 
Duchess of Portsmouth, 1673 (Med. III. i, p. 551, no. 215) 
Another (Med. El. i, p. 555, no. 216) ; all fine 3 

622 John Gidley, Surgeon, 1682. Medallic Portrait (Med. III. ], 2X 590, 

no. 268) 
A Jeton of the same (Med. III. i, p. 590, no. 269), fine and rare 2 

623 Cardinal Howard, by G. Hamerani, 1683 (Med. III. i, p. 592, vo. 273) 
Death of Charles II, 1685 (Med. III. ip. 601, no. 289) 

And a Medallic Portrait of Charles II, silver plated 

Death of Charles II, 1685 (Med. III. i, p. 601, no. 288) 

Another (Med. III. J, p. 601, no. 289), some very fine 5 



JAMES II to WILLIAM III. 

624 James II and Mary, 1688 (Med. III. i, p. 627, no. 45) 

Prince James as infant Hercules, 1688 (Med. III. i, p. 628, no. 48) 
Security of Britain, 1689 (Med. lU. \, p. 681, no. 60), ^i//, very fine 3 

625 Toleration Act, 1689 (Med. III. i, p. 683, no. 64) 
Mary, 1689 (ilfef?. ///. i, ]>. 696, wo. 95) 

Mary Regent (Med. III. i, p. 704, no. Ill) 

Action off Beachy Head, 1690 (Med. III. \,p. 712, no. 126), very fine 4 

626 Death of Mary, 1694-1695 (Med. III. ii, ^;. 114, no. 348), .^i// 

Duke of Melfort, 1695 (?), and Earl Balcarres (Med. III. u, pp. 145- 

\i^,nos. 406, 407) 
Nicholas Witsen (Med. III. ii, ^a 147, no. 408) 
Assassination Plot, 1696 (Med. III. ii, p. 151, vn. 414), very fine \ 

627 Peace of Ryswick, 1697 (Med. III. u, p. 171, ?io. 456) 
Another, same event (Med. III. ii, p. 173, ?io. 459) 
Another, same event (Med. III. ii, p. 176, ?io. 466) 

And a Medal of Prince, same, by Roeffier, 1697 (Med. III. ii, p. 193, 
no. 501), ^////?U' I 

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628 Peace of Ryswick (Med. HI ii, p. 181, no. 476) 

And another, same event {Med. El. ii, p. 181, no. 477) : both very rare 
Prince James, 1697 (Med. III. il, p. 193, no. 501) 
Another (Med. III. il, p. 194, 7iO. 502) 
Another (Med. HI. ii, ^. 194, no. 503) 
Another (M«/. ///. u, p. 194, tjo. 504) 

James (III) Elder Pretender, 1712. Medallion Portrait chased on an 
oval plaque for top of snuft' box ' 



ANNE. 

629 Coronation Medallette (2), 1702. Expedition to Vigo Bay, 1702 

{Med. III. II, p. 239, no. 23 ; Med. III. ii, p. 29, no. 6) 
Battle of Blenheim, 1704 {Med. III. ii, p. 256, no. 49) 
Naval Engagement oif Malaga, 1704 {Med. III. ii, p. 268, no. 66) 
British Victories, plain edge, 1704 {Med. III. ii, p. 269, no. 69) 
James (III) Elder Pretender, Protection of Louis XIV, 1704 {Med. III. u, 

p. 270, no. 71), principally very fine 7 

630 John Ray, 1705. Medallic Portrait {Med. III. u, p. 213, no. 76), very 

fine 

631 Barcelona relieved, 1706 {Med. III. u, p. 282, vo. 88) 
And a Counter, same subject {Med. III. ii, p. 283, no. 89) 

Union of England and Scotland, 1707 {Med. III. n, p. 295, vo. 107) 

James (III) Restoration of Kingdom, 1708 {Med. III. ii, 312, no. 133) 

Another, on the same event {^fed. III. i\, p. 113, no. 134) 

Taking of Tournay, 1709 {Med. III. ii, p. 355, no. 191) 

Another, on the same event {^fed. III. ii, p. 358, no. 196), very fine 7 

632 Henry Newton, by .S'oMafl?; 7>/r.i (2), 1709 (il/erZ. /?/. u,p. 367, no. 209) 

Douay taken, 1710 {Med. III. n, p. 369, no. 213) 

The Battle of Almenara, 1710 {Med. III. u, p. 373, no. 218) 

Capture of Bethune, 1710 {Med. III. \i. p. 374, no. 220) 5 

033 The Elder Pretender and Princess Louisa, 1712 {Med. Ill u, p. 389, 
vo. 203) 
John Molesworth, 1712, by Sehi {Med. Ill ii, p. 390, no. 244) 
Congress of Utrecht opened, 1712 {Med. Ill \\, p. 391, no. 216) 
(Jongress of Utrecht, 1712 {Med. Ill \\,p. 393, no. 248) 
Negotiations for Peace, 1712 {Med. III. u, p. 396, no. 251), (jilt 
Peace of Utrecht, 1713 {Med. HI \\,p. 407, no. 271) ■> 



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GEORGE 



634 Proclamaliou Medal, 1714 {Med. III. u, p. 420, no. 2) 
Coronation Jeton, 1714 {Med. III. ii, p. 429, no. 21) 
Another {Med. III. ii, p. 432, no. 28) 

Caroline Princess of Wales, 1718 {Med. III. ii, p. 443, no. 48) 
Escape of the Princess Clementina from Innspruck {Med. III. ii, p. 444, 

no. 29) 
Marriage of the Elder Pretender and the Princess Clementine, 1719 

{Med. III. II, f. 446, no. 52), all very fine 6 

635 Marriage of James (III) to the Princess Clementina, 1719 {Med. III. ii, 

p. 445, no. 51) 
Sir Thomas Dereham, 1719 {Med. III. ii, p. 447, no. 54) 
John Law (2), 1720 {Q- Med. III. ii, ^a 451, no. 59; '^BetU,p.li, 

no. 138) (2) 
Birth of Prince Charles, the Young Pretender, 1720 {Med. III. ii, 

p. 452, no. 60) 5 

636 Birth of Prince Charles, 1720 {Med. III. ii, p. 453, «o. 61) 

James (III) the Elder Pretender, Appeal against the House of Hanover, 

1721 {Med. III. II, p. 454, no. 63) 
Sir Christopher Wren, on his death, 1723 {Med. III. ii,p. 458, no. 69) 
Conyers Middleton, by Pozzo, 1724 {Med. III. ii, p. 460, no. 71), all 

fine 4 

637 Starkey Middleton, M.D., 1724 {Med. III. u, p. 461, no. 72) 
William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1725 {Med. III. u, p. 462, 

no. 73) 
Daniel Wray, 1726 {Med. III. ii, p. 465, «o. 78) 
Sir Isaac Newton, 1727 {Med. III. U,p. 469, no. 83), fine 4 

638 George II, Coronation, 1727 {Med. HI. n,p. 479, no. 4) 
Another, same event (2) {Med. III. ii, p. 479, nos. 4 and 5) 
Congress at Soissons (vl/^?. ///. ii, p. 487, no. 27) 
t^ueen Caroline, Coronation {Med. III. II, p. 480, no. 8) 
Another (J/ec/. ///. ii, p. 480, no. 9) 

Another {Med. III. ii, ^a 480, no. 10) 

George II and Queen Caroline, 1727 {Med. III. ii, p. 482, mo. 12) 

Another {Med. III. ii, ^. 483, no. 14) 

Nuremberg Counters, Archery Tickets {() (2) {Med. III. Vi,p. 480, no. 7) 

Another {Med. III. ii,p. 485, ?io. 23), so iw fine 12 

639 John Freind, Physician, 1728 (2), by St. Urban {Mai. Ill ii, p. 488, 

no. 28) 
Prince Frederick on his being created Prince of Wales {Mrd. III. ii, 
p. 489, «o. 29) 



ISO 

Lot Q'60—continueiL 

Prince Charles and Prince Henry {Med. III. u, p. 492, no. 34) 
Prince Charles and Prince Henry (2), hy Hamerani (Med. III. ii, j7. 493, 

110. 35) 
Second Treaty of Vienna, 1731 (Med. III. u, p. 496, no. 39) 
(Tcorge H and Queen Caroline, 1741 (Med. III. u, j). 499, no. 45), all 
vi'Vij fine 8 

G40 Bishop Berkeley's Premium, 1734 (Med. lU. n, p. 513, no. 68) 
Jernigan's Lottery Medal, 1736 (Med. III. ir, p. 517, no. 72) 
John Conduit, 1737 (Med. III. ii, ». 518, no. 73) 

Milton's Monument (Med. III. ii, p. 525, no. 84), Die specimen in Ihr 
liriiisli Museum is described us uni([Hc, all rrry fine 4 

641 \'ernon Medals, taking of Portobello, 81 varieties, Med. III. pp. 530- 

543 ; see also Ilctts, pp. 97-126. And others on the taking of Fort 
Chagre and Carthagena, a raluable and inlercsting collection, mani/ 
very J in r 86 

642 John Luck, by ./. Iloettier, 1739 {}[ed. III. u,p. 271, no. 73) 
Another, by Durand, 1819 (Med. III. II, p. 272, no. 74) 
Alexander Pope, by JJassier, 1741 (Med. III. n, p. 565, no. 198) 
William Windham, 1742 (Med. III. u, p. 570, no. 205) 
Archdeacon Bridecake, 1743 (Med. III. ii, p. 572, no. 208) 
Battle of Dittengen, 1743 (Med. III. U, p. 578, no. 215) 

John Campbell Duke of Argyle, 1743 (Med. III. ii, p. 579, no. 216) 

Action off Toulon, 1744 (Med. III. ii, p. 583, no. 223) 

Another, on the same event (^fed. III. ii, p. 584, no. 224), ver;/ fine 9 

643 Robert Walpole, 1744 (Med. III. u, p. 585, no. 226) 
Sir Hans Sloane, 1744 (Med. III. Ii, j)- 589, no. 234) 
Kecapture of Prague, 1744 (Med. III. ii, p. 590, no. 237) 
The New Administration, 1744 (Med. III. w, p. 592, 241) 
Another, same event (Med. III. II, p. 592, no. 238) 
Another, as 239 

And another, with different view of the city on the rei: cf. 240 
Capture of the Spanish Ships, 1745 (Med. III. ri, ]). 592, nu. 24 1), (/// 
finr 8 

61 1 Campaign of 1745 (Med. III. ji, p. 599, no. 250) 

Expected Ai rival of the Young Pretender, 1745 {Md. III. ii, p. 600, 

no. 251) 
Voun,:^' Pretender, 17}.-) {Med. III. U, p. 601, no. 254) 
Carlisle taken, 1715 (:',) (Med. III. II, p. 604, no. 258) 
Others, varied, saiiif event (2) {Mrd. III. ir, p. 605, no. 262) 
Rebels repulscl, 1715 (M^l. III. ii, //. 60S, nn. 208) 
AnotluT, on the ^-unie I'vcnt (Mid. III. ll, //. 608, no. 269), inu.<lli/ roi/ 
Jnir 10 



181 

645 Rebels repulsed, 1745 {Med. III. ii, p. 609, no. 270) 

The Battle of Culloden, 1746 {Med. III. ii, p. 612, no. 276) 
Another, same event {Med. III. il, p. 612, no. 277) 
Another, by Yea {Med. III. u, p. 613, no. 278) 
Rebellion defeated, 1746 {xMed. Ill ii, p. 616, no. 286) 
Failure of Prince Charles, 1746 {Med. III. ii, p. 618, nu. 290) 
Professor Francis Hutcheson, 1746 {Med. III. il, p. 620, ?jo. 293) 
William Prince of Orange Stadtholder, 1747 {Med. III. ii, p. 628, 
no. 316), some fine 8 

646 William Prince of Orange Stadtholder, 1747 {Med. III. ii, ;^. 631, 

no. 320) 
Another variety {Med. III. ii, p. 632, wo. 323) 

Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle concluded 1748 {Med. III. ii, p. 648, no. 348) 
Prince Charles, 1749 {Med. III. il, ^. 655, no. 358) 
Another, 1750 {Med. III. u, p. 655, ?io. 359) 
Another, 1750 {Med. III. ii, p. 656, wo. 360) 
Prince William and Princess Caroline of Orange, 1751 {Med. III. ii, 

p. 663, no. 370) 
The Earl of Kildare and the Irish Revenue Dispute, 1755 {Med. III. u, 

p. 676, no. 391) 8 

647 Loss of Minorca, 1756 (3) {Med. 111. u,-p. 679, no. 394) 
Victory of Plassy, 1757 {Med. III. u, p. 683, no. 400) 

Battle of Rosbach and Lissa, 1757 {Med. III. ii, p. 684, no. 402) 

Another, on the same event {Med. III. ii, p. 685, wo. 403) 

Capture of Lissa and Capture of Breslau, 1757 {Med. III. ii, p. 685), 

but varied from 403 having Rosbach in exergue instead of lissa 
Louisburg taken, 1758 {Med. III. ii, p. 685, no AOi), principally fine 8 

648 Admiral Boscawen taking of Louisburg, 1758 (4), -ds, pp. 688-690, nos. 

408-409, 410 and 413 
Goree taken, 1758 {Med. 111. ii, p. 691, no. 415) 
Guadaloupe taken, 1759 {Med. III. u, p. 697, no. 427) 
Majority of the Prince of Wales, 1759 {Med. III. u, p. 698, nu. 428) 
Battle of Minden, 1759 {Med. Ill ii, p. 700, no. 431), venj fine 8 

649 Battle of Minden, 1759 {Med. III. ii,p. 700, no. 431) 
Another, on the same event {Med. III. ii, p. 702, no. 433) 
Another, on the same event {Med, III. ii, p. 703, no. 434) 
Marquis of Granby, 1759 {Med. III. ii, p. 703, no. 436) 

Frederick the Great and Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick, 1759 {Med. 

Ill II, p. 704, no. 437) 
George II, Frederick the Great, &c., 1759 {}fed. III Ji, p. 704, 

no. 438) 
And two unpublished Medals of (Tcneral Wolfe. Halt-length bu.st of 



182 

Lot 649 — rontinned. 

Wolfe with sword in right hand, the uhave general wolfe was 
KILLED SEP. i8 . 1759; 9- View of Quebec and the harbour, 
i;efore QUEBEC, nome fine 8 

G50 General Wolfe, death, 1759 {Med. III. ii, p. 706, no. 440) 
Fight off Belleisle, 1759 {Med. III. 11, p. 706, iw. 441) 
Successes of 1759 (2) {Med. III. 11, p. 708, no. 444) 
Successes of 1758-59 (2) {Med. III. 11, p. 709, no. 445) 
Montreal taken, 1760 {Med. III. II, p. 711, no. 447) 
Canada subdued, 1760 {Med. III. ii, p. 711, no. 448) 8 

651 Captain Wilson's Voyage to China, by Yeo, 1760 {Med. III. 11, ;;. 709, 

no. 406), very fine and rare 1 

652 A Set of Dassier's Medals of the Kings and Queens of England in 

SILVER 34 

653 A Set of Dassier's Medals, the Kings and Queens of England in 

bronze, damascened, in sharkskin case 34 

654 Another set in plain bronze 34 

655 A Set of Mudie's National Medals in silver 40 

656 Another Set in hivn.ie, in case 40 

657 Sixteen Draughtsmen in stamped wood, some few relating to English 

History 16 

Gold. 

658 Six engraved Plaques, imitations of Simon Passe s works 6 

659 False Medals of Mary, Elizabeth, Charles I, &c. 4 

660 Others of Frederic of Bohemia, Charles I, William III, &c. 6 



661 A P^'ame containing Electrotypes of English Medals from Mary to 
William III 19 

CABINETS. 

t)G2 A large mahogany Cabinet, Avith double doors, containing 40 drawers;, 
ill two tiers, lined plush, hngld 27 in., nndth 28 in., drpf/i 17 in. 1 

66.') A maliogany Cabinet, with 14 drRwevii, lirighf ]6^ in., n-idfh 14^^ in., 
dc/ifh 13 in. 1 

664 A rose wood Cabinet, containing 20 ti-ays ])iereed with holes, 1^ ///. 

di'imi'lf',; heavy brass fittings, height 19 in., ividtli 16 in., depth 13g iji. 1 
66.") A mahogany ('a])inet, double doors, fitted with 15 drawers, lined plush, 

hr'ight 19 in., vidJlt 20^ in., djpth 12i in. 1 

666 Three small glazed Show Cases, and an Indian Shi'iiic 4 



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667 Medallio Illustrations, 2 vol. 8vo, London, 1885 2 

668 Cochran (Patrick) Catalogue of the Medals of Scotland, &c., half bound 

citron morocco, ito, Edinburgh, 1884 1 

669 Raspe (R. E.) Catalogue of Tassie Gems, 2 vol. half bound, 4/o, Lon- 

don, 1791 

670 Catalogue of Dassier's Medals ; Catalogue of Mudie's National Medals, 

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CATALOGUE 

OP 

THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

COINS AND MEDALS, 

THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE 

JOHN G. MUKDOCH, Esq. 

Member of the Numismatic Society of London. 



FROM 

GEORGE III TO VICTORIA, 

AND 

A FEW COINS OF SCOTLAND. 



WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 

{In accordance with the will of the deceased), 

BY MESSES, 

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, 

^urtioneera ai Ifitcrarg property $c Morks iUuatratibc of tijc JFinc ^rts, 

AT THEIR HOUSE, No. 13, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, W.C. 

On WEDNESDAY, the 14th of DECEMBER, 1904, and Two following Days, 

AT ONE o'clock PEECISELY. 
MAY BE VIEWED TWO DAYS PEIOE. CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD. 



DRYDEN press: J. DAVY AND SOiNS, I37, LONG ACRE, LOND<^N. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. The highest bidder to be the buyer ; and if any dispute 
arise between bidders, the lot so disputed shall be 
immediately put up again, provided the auctioneer 
cannot decide the said dispute. 

II. No person to advance less than I5. ; above five pounds 
2s. 6d., and so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve, the 

auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the 
seller. 

IV. The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, 

and to pay down 10s. in the pound, if required, in part 
payment of the purchase-money ; in default of which 
the lot or lots purchased to be immediately put up 
again and re-sold. 

V. The sale of any lot is not to be set aside on account of 
any error in the enumeration of the numbers stated, or 
errors of description. 

VI, The lots to be taken away, at the buyer's expense, imme- 

diately after the conclusion of the sale ; in default of 
which Messrs. SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE 
will not hold themselves responsible if lost, stolen, 
damaged, or otherwise destroyed, but they will be 
left at the sole risk of the purchaser. If, at the 
expiration of Two Days after the conclusion of the sale, 
the lots are not cleared or paid for, they will then be 
catalogued for immediate sale, and the expense, the 
same as if re-sold, will be added to the amount at which 
they were bought. Messrs. SOTHEBY, ^VILKINSON 
«'t HODGE will have the option of re-selling the lots 
uncleared, either by public or private sale, without any 
notice being given to the defaulter. 

VII. Upon failure of complying with the above conditions, the 

money required and deposited in part of payment shall 
be forfeited, and if any loss is sustained in the re-selling 
.')/ mrh lots as are not cleared or jmid for, all charges on 
such re-sale shall be made good by the defaulters at this 
sale. 



Gentlemen vho cannot attend this Sale, may have their 
Commissions faithfiilly executed by their humble Servants, 

SOTHEBY, \VILKINSON & HODGE, 

13, Wellington Street, Strand, London. 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

COINS AND MEDALS 

THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE 

JOHN a. MUKDOCH, ESQ. 

Meiiiber of the Numismatic Society of London. 



JE^bals. 



FIRST DAY'S SALE. 



ENGLISH HISTORICAL MEDALS, &c. 

GEORGE III. 

1759—1820. 
Gold. 

671 Coronation Medal, by Natter. Bust of King to right in armour \ . .. 

^ PATRIAE . OVANTI, Britannia crowning the king ; in exergue CORON r^ o '~ I ^ 

XXII SEPT. MDCCLXI 1 

672 Another, similar, but upon a thicker blank 1 -L / , / , 

673 Coronation of George III and Queen Charlotte, by Natter. 

Or Bust of the king, as on the preceding medals "^ 4." - f 

\}. Bust of the queen with name and titles 1 

674 Coronation of Queen Charlotte, by Natter. Bust of queen to r 

left, slightly varying from last ^ / / 

^ QVAESITVM. MERiTis., queen standing before an altar, crowned by /" t 

winged genius ; in exergue CORON XXII . SEPT . MDCCLXI . 1 

675 Another, similar to the preceding 1 

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First Daji 2 

676 Birth of Prince Frederic, Prince Bishop of Osnaburg, 1764. 
0- SPES PVBLICA ,, Hope seated to right, resting on a shield before 
an altar with episcopal emblems ; I^ Inscription in nine lines 
Prize Medal for Winchester College, by Yeo. ((oliUiant of 
'^utiihcbftnt, head of the bishop to left, behind crozier ; 5> 
^Hnnncrs iltahetlj illan, and within wreath studies . feliciter . 
coEPTis., edge inscribed nathanael ogle 1782 2 

G77 Sir William Brown, 1765. Election for Presidency of the Koyal 
College of Physicians. Bust to left ; ^ SVKT SVA PRAEMIA LAVDI, 
seated figure of Apollo crowning Sir William Brown, who is 
kneeling before him 
A gold enamelled Badge worn by those who attended St. Paul's on 
the restoration of King George IK to liealth, OER under crown, 

above REGI AMATO REDVCI, and below MART X MDCCLXXXIX 2 

678 Captain Cook, 1779. Eoyal Society Medal, by Fingo. lAC cook 

|(]^ - ^{^ -- OCEANI INVESTIGATOR-ACERRIMVS, bust of Cook to left 

1/ ML IXTETATVM. NOSTRI LIQVERE., Providence to left; in exergue 
AVSPicns . GEORGii . Ill, rare [PI. XIX] 1 

679 Centenary of the Conquest of Trinidad, 1797. Bust of Sir 

K. Abercronibie, nearly full-facing, to left 

TL ' ^ \}. TO CO:sniK:MORATE . THE CENTENARY OF THE CONQVEST OF TRINIDAD 

BY THE BRITISH 1 797, British ships entering the harbour of 
Trinidad, very fine [PL XIX] 1 

680 The Grafton Medal, by Kirh. Bust of king to right, georgivs hi 

Pns FELIX PATER . PATRIAE 

. ^ — — .^ 1^ A muse crowning a collegian, above Genius with trumpet and scroll 

inscribed DETVR . DIGNISSIMO ; in exergue AVSPICE . AVG HEN DVO 
DE (iPAFTON . ACAD , CANTAB CANCELL ., presented tO GVLIELMVS 
HEBERDEN, I 788 1 

681 Another, from the same die as the preceding, presented to nicolavs 

(■onyix(;ham tindal 1799 a. b. trin. coll. 1 

082 Peace of 1802, hy A. S. River God (the Elbe) holding figure of 

Peace ; 1^ Mercury and Ceres standing hand in hand by an altar ; 

in exerune HAMB BANCO 

Jetton of Nelson, by Porter. Bust to left; \}. the memorable 

BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR . 2 1 OCT 1805. And a small Medal of 

Klizabclli Duchess of Devonshire, veiled bust to left : ]^ Heads of 

a fox and a stag vis-a-vis 3 

683 Honorary Medal of the College of Fort William, Calcutta, 

18(18. \'iew of temples, rivei'S, &C., DIEMQVE REDUCIT . REDIT . A 

Nor.is AiiioBA . ; in exergue iv may MDCCC ; lA Inscription within 
laurel wreath 
Medal of the Society Promoting Arts and Commerce, 1778. 



3 First Day 

Lot 683 — continued. 

Minerva (Arts) bearing a laurel wreath, and Mercury (Commerce) 
bearing a purse, approach Britannia (seated) to confer upon her 
honour and wealth, arts and commerce promoted ; in exergue 

SOCIETY INST LONDON MDCCLIIII ; Ipl TO M^ WILLIAM DINSDALE * 

WASTE LAND IMPROVED . MDCCLXXVii N . CIV., Laurel wreath. 
(1-75. Gent Mag. 1795, p. 737), rare 2 






684 Christ's College, Popteus Medal, 1808, by Philip, georgius iii 

PIUS FORTIS . DEFENSOR . FIDEI ., bust of king tO left ^"^ I I 

$t View of college, ob studia theologiae feliciter instituta, &c., 
awarded to ALBERTUS . henricus wratislaw, 1843 1 

685 General Claude MoiVtm, hy McKenzie. labore . et . constantia, 

bust to right ; Jl Persian inscription 

And a small gold Locket, with medallic portrait, by T. JFyon, of 
George III, back engraved with royal cypher and date of death 
under crown 2 



Silver. 

686 Accession, Oct. 25, 1760. Bust to left, georgius . tertivs rex . ; 

}^ Female figure seated with two lions at her feet, in distance four 
figures dancing, tellvs jactabit. ALVNNO . (this rev. is from the die 
of the medal issued on the coming of age of the King in 1759). {See 
Med. III. II, 698, 428), very fine [PL XIX] 

Bust of king to left, GEORGIVS ill REX ; ^ A heart within wreath of 
laurel and oak, below on base date of birth and proclamation, 
entirely BRITISH ; in exergue KIRK 

Another, similar, but without artist's name on rev., ARTS PROTECTED, 
1760. Head of king to left, GEORGE ill; ^^King in Eomau costume 
extending his hand to kneeling female figure, who is accompanied 
by three genii symbolical of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture 4 

687 Bust to right, by collbert., in armour draped, GEORGIUS III DE . GR . 

MAG . BRITAN . FRAN ET . HIB REX 

^ Sun in splendor, diffvso . lumine nitet [PL XIX] 1 

688 Coronation (2), by Natter. Bust in armour and to right, GEORGiVS ill ; 

1^ Britannia crowning seated king, PATRIAE ovanti . ; in exergue 
date, &c. 

Another, on same event, but a poor copy of preceding. Marriage, 1761. 
Conjoined busts of George III and Charlotte to right, georgivs ill . 

B 2 



Fird Day -1 

Lot 688 — conthnied. 

ET ciiAKLOTTA ; \^ Neptune and Britannia seated on either side of 
an altar, upon which two hearts surmounted by crown, Sec, fine 
Jettons (2) on same event; $1 View of London, above Cupid with scroll 

inscribed FELICITA BRITANNIiE 

Coronation of Queen Charlotte. Bust of queen to right, charlotta, 
A;c. ; l;l Winged figure crowning queen, QUAESITVM . MERITIS 

Another, by Kirk. Conjoined bust of king and queen, GEORGE ill ^• 
CHARLOTTE KING ^" QUEEN ., Cupid with torch before an altar, &c., 

THE FELICITY OF BRITAIN, fine 

And another, on same event, &c. 1 

689 Marriage. Bust of King to left in armour, &c., georgivs tertivs. 

REX . ; 1^ CHARLOTTA . BRITANNI/E . REGINA ., bust tO right, beloW 

date of ceremony, very fine 

Taking of Pondicherry (2), by Pingo. Head of king to right, 
within dotted circle, below palm and laurel branches, GEORGE . THE 
THIRD . ; ^ Victory inscribing a shield with the names of COOTE 
STEEVEXS at her feet, two urns discharging water, and by each 

INDVS . GANGP;S , TOTAL . EXPVLSION OF THE FRENCH FROM INDIA . ; 

in exergue PONDICHERRY TAKEN MDCCLXI, very fine ; the second 
specimen has upon edge WILLIAM PITT ADMINISTRING 

Birth of the Prince of Wales, 1762. Busts of George III and 
Charlotte vis-u-vis ; 1/ Hymen presenting the infant prince to 
Britannia 

Another, on same event. Bust of queen ; I;L Infant prince in cornu- 
copiie, all very fine 5 

690 Victories of West Indies and Newfoundland. Bust of king to 

left, GEORGIVS . TERTIUS . REX . ; 1/ PR of WALES . BO AVG 12 .THE 

HAVANN'AH-MARTINIGO, &c., iu the Centre, the serpent, emblem of 
eternity, liolding scales, underneath an anchor 

Infantile bust of Prince of Wales to left, with coronet and plume, 
(.K(iU(;ivs WAL . PPJN . Nat . AVCr 12 . 1762., &c. ; \}. Bust of his 
biotlier, the Bishop of Osnaburg, with mitre 

Birth of Prince Frederic Prince Bishop of Osnaburg. 

Figure ot Hope, seated to left, resting on crowned shield, to right an 
altar, with mitre, sword and crozier, SPES PVBLICA ; ^ FREDERICVS . 
M . MRIT . FR . KPISCOPVS . OSNAP.VP.G . D . BR . ET . LYN, &C. 

Peace between England and France, 1763. Bust of Louis XV 
tu right lauieated, with hair tied in bow at back of head, LUD . xv. 
REX. CHRisTLVNiss ; y. Figure of Victory with olive branch, &c. 4 



5 First bay 

691 A silver gilt Box, with medallic portraits of George II and George III, 

containing miniature views with particulars of the chief events of 
the late war {see Med. III. wl. ll, j). 713, no. 453) ; and a Plaque of 
silver gilt, with portrait of George III from a similar box 

Death of William, Duke of Cumberland, 1796, by /. Van Noost. 
Bust of the duke bareheaded, in armour, to right, WILL . D . OF 
CUMBERLAND . ; ^ Britannia and a cupid mourning at an altar, 
which is inscribed with dates of his birth and death, SWEET WILL'S 

BLOOM IS CLOSED 3 

692 William Pitt, 1766, by Pingo. Bust of Pitt to left, gvlielmvs pitt; 

^ THE MAN WHO . HAVING SAVED THE PARENT . PLEADED WITH 

SUCCESS, &c. (Belts, p. 229, no. 516), very fine 

Caroline Mathilda, Queen of Denmark (sister of George III) 
Coronation. Bust of Caroline to right with diadem, and pearls in 
hair, Carolina mathilda . dg . reg . dan . norv . vand goth . ; 
9= An altar with crown on cushion with rays 

George ill, on the sailing of the Resolution and Adventure from 
England, 1772. Bust of king with titles ; ^ Two ships 3 

693 George III, Defence of Gibraltar, 1779-1783. Plan of theharbour 

and forts of Gibraltar, battering . ships destroyed ; ^ Laurel 
wreath with British lion enclosing record of the defence 

Bishop of Osnaburg's Visit. Bust of bishop to left, Frederic. 
M . BR . PR ep . OSNABR . D . BRIT LUN . ; R An altar inscribed OB . 

FELICE ADVENTUN . VOTA . HERCIN.^ . 

Rodney on the capture of St. Eustacia, 1781. Bust of Rodney, 
with cocked hat and naval uniform, G . B . RODNEY ; ^ THE HERO, 
&c. 3 

694 Medal commemorating the Defence of Gibraltar, 1782. 

View of the rock with shipping in foreground, PER TOT DISCRIMINA. 
RERUM . ; in exergue date ; 1^ Wreath of laurel enclosing the names 

REDEN . LAMOTTE SYDOW . ELIOTT . aroUnd BRVDERSHAFT [PI. XX] 

Another, on the same event, dated 1783, by Iieich. Bust of Eliott to 

right, ELLIOT . AN . MARTIS SOCIVS NON JUPITER IPSE EST ; 1^ View 

of rock and forts attacking fleets, very fine and rare [PI. XIX] 2 

695 Jubilee Medal of the Revolution of 1738. Laureated bust of 

William III to right with long hair, WILLIAM . ill . OF BLESSED 

MEMORY ; $1 REVOLUTION JUBILEE NOV^ IV . . I 788 . . 

Marriage of the Duke of York and Princess Frederica of 
Prussia, by Stierle. Conjoined busts to left, names and titles; 



First Day 6 

Lot 695 — continued. 

IJi Hymen at au altar .holding wreath and two torches ; FELICES ; 

AMOiiis . FACE MEAQUE . ; in exergue date 
Two Medals, by Droz, of the king on his restoration to health. Head 

of king to right, DROZ F ; the second specimen has only D . f . 

beneath the head ; ^ Tripod with serpent, FELICITAS . PUBLICA . ; 

in exergue, sal keg . rest . 1789 
And another, by Milton, on the visit to St. Paul's, 1789. Head of king 

to right, on truncation I . MiLTON . F . ; 1^ City arms with sun's rays 

above, VISITED ST. Paul's . 1789 
And two Medals of Queen Charlotte, struck by the Soho mint. 

Bust of queen to left, CHARLOTTE REGINA ; 5^ FROGMORE . DIE . XIX . 
maii m . DCCXCV ., beneath two sprays of oak 7 

696 Marriage of Frederick Duke of York and Princess Frederica 
of Prussia, 1791, by F. Loos, jun. Conjoined busts to left, as on 
medal in preceding lots, but the legend different; 1^ Cupid standing 
facing, holding torch between the shields of England and Prussia, 
which he is about to link with a garment, lAM . MARTE NUNC AMORE . ; 
in exergue date, iV;c., very fine 

Surrender of Valencia, 1793. Bust of Frederick in military 
costume to left, fredoricvs dux ebor . episc osnaburg ; Ijl The 
commander of Valentia handing his sword and the keys of the 
citadel to the duke, who is on horseback, SCELVS . IMPAR . VIRTUTI . ; 
in exergue date, &c. ; edge inscribed 

Marriage of the Prince of Wales with Caroline of Bruns- 
wick, by Kuchler. Conjoined busts of the prince and princess to 
right, on truncation C.H.K.; I^ FROGMORE MAY 1795, between 
two sprays of oak 

George III, on the same occasion, by X'roc. Head of king to right, 
beneath Fivz, and rev. as preceding 

George III Victories by Sea and Land, by Kuchler. Bust to 
rii,dil ill armour, below c . II . KUCHLER ; l;l Britannia holding figure 
of N'ictory seated amidst arc and trophy, MARI VICTRIX terraque : 
INVICTA. ; in exergue date, &c. 5 

697 Union with Ireland, 1801, by Kuchler. Bust of king to left, 
U Figures emblematic of England and Ireland hand in hand, distant 
view of se;i and sliip[)ing, .lUNGUNTUR Ol'ES . FIRMATUR IMPERIUM. ; 
in exeigue dale 
Preliminaries of Peace between England and France. Peace 
standing by the seashore pouring riches from a cornucopia, THEY 
SHALL PROSPER THAT LOVE THEE; J^ Shield of the Union Jack 



7 First Day 

Lot 697 — continued. 

displayed on two swords saltire, PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE BETWEEN 

GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE . SIGNED OCTOBER 1 . l8oi 

George Prince of Wales, 1795. Bust of the prince in double- 
breasted coat nearly facing, legend (on a floreated border) GEORGE 

PRINCE OF WALES, below, on a small oval, WHITLAY . F . OLD BOND . 

ST . ; 5l> date of birth and marriage in eight lines across field, very fine 

George III, 1800. Figure of Victory with shield protecting the king 

from assassination, GOD SAVE THE king ; I;l A crown on which rays 

are descending, enclosed within a laurel wreath, PRESERVED FROM 

ASSASSINATION ., below MAY 15 . 1800 

Prosperity of the Kingdom, 1801. Figure of Time on a globe, 
handing an hour-glass to a hand issuing from clouds ; \]o MAY THIS 

AND EVERY FUTURE AGE WITNESS THE PROSPERITY OF THE UNITED 
KINGDOM 5 

698 General Peace, 1802, by Kuchler. Bust of king to left; 51 Peace 

standing by the seashore holding an olive branch and firing a pile of 
arms, TRIUMPHIS . POTIOR . ; in exergue PAX UBIQUE . MDCCCII . 

Stability of the Throne, 1807, by T. Wyon. Conjoined heads of 
king and queen to left, with GOD AND the people . the throne 
IS immortal ., upon a raised band within a waved and radiate 
border ; ^ Three female figures symbolising England, Ireland and 
Scotland hand in hand, CONCORD IS the security OF NATIONS ., 
within wreath of oak 

Jubilee, 1809. King in full regal costume seated to left, behind 
figure of Britannia with uplifted right hand, BRITAINS REJOICE; 

5c Wreath of oak enclosing trident, and the word iubilee, around 

FIFTIETH YEAR OF KING GEORGE'S REIGN 3 

699 Jubilee Medals, 1810. (i), by iir»c/i/e?-. Bust to right ; 9. Coat-of- 

arms supported by two double-headed eagles ; lustra decEjM . 

COMPLEVIT . REGNAT . ADHUC REGNET. QUE DIO {gilt) 

(2), by p. TVyon. Bust to left ; 5^ Joy is seated upon a cloud, beneath 
sun's rays, above a band inscribed George ill reigns between the 
dates 1760 and 18u9, below a scroll inscribed LONG live THE KING 

(3), by T. Wyon. Bust to right, GOD save the king ; ^ GRAND 
NATIONAL JUBILEE OCT. 25 1809 within a wreath of oak, the tie 
inscribed give god praise 

(4), by HalUday. Bust of king to left, LONG LIVE the king, below bust 
GEORGE III ; 9= a double-headed eagle with extended wings support- 
ing the royal shield within the garter, which is surmounted by a 
crown and lion 

And a small Badge on the same event 5 



First Day 8 

700 Visit of Alexander of Russia to St. Catherine's Hospital, 

by T. JFijon. Head of the Emperor to right, Alexander russiarum 
IMPEKATOR ; Ijt. Britannia seated to left, ob . advent . m . d . catha- 

RIN/E HOSP GRATISSIM^. &e. {gilt) 

George Prince Regent, 1816. Bust of the Prince facing, the head 
turned to left, geouge prince . regent . mdcccxvi . ; Ij^ Figure of 
Peace with globe before a seated Britannia, who holds an olive 
branch in right hand ; in exergue ENGLAND GIVES PEACE TO THE 
\vorld. 1 814. 

Peace Medal, by Parker. Head of the Prince Regent laureate to 
right ; ^i, by T. Wyon, Figure of Britannia crowned by Victory, 
supporting a kneeling figure of Europe, seipsam . constantia . 

EUROPAM . EXEMPLO . 

Celebration of the Hanoverian Dynasty, having occupied the 
throne of Britain for a hundred years, by Mossap. Jugate busts of 
George I, George II and George III ; ^ Erin seated upon a lion by 
the sea-shore holding medallion portrait of the Prince Regent, to 
left rising sun, to right ship in full sail, NUNC . FELICES ; in exergue 
the arms of Dublin 4 

701 Bombardment of Algiers, 1816, by T. Wyon. Bust of the Prince 

Regent to left, TO TAME THE PROUD . THE FETTERED SLAVE TO 
FREE . THESE ARE THE IMPERIAL ARTS . AND WORTHY THEE . , 

l)elow bust GEORGE PRINCE REGENT . ; \^ The British fleet bom- 
barding Algiers ; in exergue date, &c. 

Death of the Princess Charlotte, by Wehh. Bust of the princess 

facing looking right, H. R. H. PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA ; 

^ Figure of Liberty seated to left in attitude of distress before a 

broken column, died NOV . vi . MDCCCXVII 
Another on the same event, by Avern. Head of the princess to right, 

1^.11.^. Qvljc princess Cljarlottc ; ^ Two figures in attitude of 

grief before the tomb of the Princess 
Four small Medals, in case, commemorating the birth, marriage, death 

;ui(l funeial of the Princess Charlotte, Bust of the Princess to right ; 

R inscriptions. And two small Medals on the opening of Waterloo 

Bridge 9 

702 Death of King George III, by T. IVyon. Bust of king to right; 

\), Figure ill chariot ascending to heaven, below figures in attitudes 
of devotion, KNTKii THOU INTO THE JOY OF THE LORD : in exergue 

DIED JAN. 29, 1S20, A(;ED 81 YEARS 

Bust of king to left : 1^ 15rilaiiiiia kneeling before the tomb 
Commemoration of the Return of Queen Caroline, by 



9 First Day 

Lot 702 — cmtinued. 

Renkin. Head of the queen diademed to right, CAROLINE . queen 

OF ENGLAND; $t IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE HAPPY RETURN OF 
OUR BELOVED QUEEN TO ENGLISH GROUND JUNE 5th 1820 

Two small Medals, by W. JFyon, struck in the 58th year of George III, 
the obverse appears similar to some of the pattern shillings by the 
same artist, one is struck in three segments of different metals, 
silver, copper, and Bath metal, Head of the king to right, GEORGIUSIII 
DEI GRATIA ; ^ A radiated star illumining a landscape, PROPRIO 

SPLENDORE REFULGET 5 

PERSONAL MEDALS. 

703 Two Jettons of the Lowther Family, sizes 1-2 and 90, arms and crest 

of the Lowther Family with mantling ; 1^ LOWTHER in cypher in 
script characters, the smaller piece has on the obverse the crest 
only, a griffin passant, rev. as last, rare [PL XX] 

Bapon Rokeby of Armagh, Primate of Ireland, 1771, modelled by 
Gossett, engraved by Kirk : ^ The library of Armagh 

Hugh Percy, Duke of Northumberland, 1766, by KirJc (2), Bust to 
right ; ^ Alnwick Castle 8 

704 Prince Henry, Cardinal of York, by F. Cropanesi. Bust of the Prince 

in cardinal robes, henricvs . M.D. E.P. TVSC . CARD . DVX EBOR . SRE . 

V . CANC . 

Jt Religion with cross atid book standing facing, at her right a re- 
cumbent lion, to left a crown and cardinal's hat, distant view of 
St. Peters and country in background, NON . desiderius . HOMINUM 
SED VOLVNTATE . DEI . ; in exergue AN . MDCCLXVI 

(2-1), very fine and rare [PI. XX] 1 

705 Lord Camden, Chancellor, by Pingo. Bust of Camden in chancellor's 

robes to right ; ^ Liberty and Equity standing vis-a-vis, liberty 
EQVITY ; in exergue MDCCLXVI [PL XX] 

Another, by Kirk, with bust of Lord Camden to right, C . PRATT . LORD 
CAMDEN . ; ;^ a figure of Justice seated upon a pile of books, with 
staff surmounted by a cap of Liberty, TRUE TO his trust . ; in 
exergue MDCCLXVI 

John Wilkes on his election as Knight for Middlesex, 1768. 
Bust of Wilkes to right, JOHN wilkes ESQr. ; J^ The Genius of 
Liberty with attributes, GENIUS of liberty ; in exergue date of 
eleciion, &c. [PL XX] 

The Rev. George Whitefield, by Ilolloway. Bust of Whitefield in 



Fimt Da)/ 10 

Lot 705 — rontinued. 

canonicals three-quarters to right, THE REV. GEORGE WHITEFIELD . 
A.M. ; ^ cartouche with inscription, arms and crest of Whitefiekl 
below [PL XX] 4, 

TOG Sir Joshua Reynolds, as first President of the Royal Academy, by 
Kirh, 1773. Bare-headed bust to left, SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS; 
!;{. The Genius of Painting at an easel executing a portrait, pre- 
sident OF the royal academy 

Thomas Sneiling, Numismatist, died 1773. Bust of Snelling to 
right, THOMAS . SNELLING ANGLVS ; 5^ Cartouche, decorated with 
masks, inscribed with the following legend in five lines NVMls- 

MATVM . EXPLORATOR . NATVS MDCCXII . OBIIT . MDCCLXXIII 
[PI. XX] 

Peter Muilman and Mary Chiswell, by Pingo, on the celebration 
of the fortieth anniversary of their marriage. Busts conjoined to 
right ; ^ View of Kirby Hall 

John Murray, Duke of Athol, on his death, 1764, by Kirk (2). Bust 
of the Duke to right, .toannes MURREY . ATHOL . DVX . ; 51 Female 
figure seated to left in attitude of sorrow, QUIS TEMPERET A. 
LACHRiMis ; in exergue date of birth and death 5 

707 William Penn, by Pingo. Bust of Penn to right, ^VILLIAM penn, 

below date of birth and death ; li Penn and a North American 
Indian hand in hand, BY DEEDS OF PEACE [PL XXVI] 

William Murray, Earl of Mansfield, by Gosset and Kirk, 1777. Bust 

of the Earl to right, GULIELM . MURRAY . COM . DE MANSFIELD . ; 

\}. Figure of Peace holding olive branch and scales, VTRIQVE 
FIDELIS ; in cxergue date 

Joseph Priestley, 178,3, by Hancock. Bust to right, .josephus 
PRIESTLEY; \^ Bench with various chemical apparatus ; in exergue 
date 

Thomas Howard, Earl of Eflfingham, 1784, by Milton. Head to 

left, THO HOWAItl) . COM . DE EFFINGHAM REI MONET PR^F . ; 

U Figure of Britannia on globe, PRO . PATRI.E 4 

708 Henry IX, Cardinal as King of England, 1788, by Hnmerani, the bust 

similar to medal in lot 704, but legend hen IX MAG . P.RIT . F . R . 
ET . nil! REX FH) DEF . CARD . EP . Tvsc . ; J^ Religion with cross, 
i^'C, view of Rome in background 
Another of panie type, V)ut a more recent striking, without the artist's 
name on truncation 2 



1 1 First Day 

709 David Latouche, by Mossop, 1785. Bust of Latouche to left, david 

LATOUCHE ESQ. BELVIEW ; $1 Figures representing Justice, Equity 
and Plenty, QUI bene parta melius dispensavit; in exergue 
date of birth and death 

William Pitt and Lord Thurlow, 1789. Bust of Pitt to right, the 
right HON. w. PITT 1789 ; J^ Bust of LordThuriow in chancellor's 
robes, e.d.w lord thurlow 

Medals of Erskine and Gibbs, 1794. Superimposed busts of Hardy 
Tooke and Thelwall, T. hardy . j . h. tooke . j. thelwall ; 
51 Busts of their Counsel, V Gibbs and T. Erskine, around the 
names of the juries in concentric circles ; Busts of Erskine and 

Gibbs, HON. T. ERSKINE . V. GIBBS, ESQ. PATRIOTS WHO FOR SACRED 

freedom STOOD ; ^ Fainting figure of Justice supported by Equity, 
in the background the British lion 4 

710 The Rev. William Romaine, M.A., 1795. Bust of Eomaine 

three-quarter face to left, rev . WILL*^. romaine . M.A. ; p. Quota- 
tion from the Psalms 13, 14 

Medal of Stonehenge, by T. IVyon. View of Stouehenge, above 
portrait of a Druid within wreath, and the legend tantum religio 

POTUIT, below stonehenge. 1799 ; the orrery of the DRUIDS 

Edward Jennen, M.D., by F. Loos. Bust of Jenner to left, eduard 

JEXNER . ENTDECKER . DER . SCHUTZIMP FUNG . D 14 MAI ; ^ Hygeia 

holding a shield protecting a child from the blasts of venom 

And Four Medals of Gen. C. L. Martin, 1797 (three by McKenzie). 
Bust of Martin in military costume ; ^ Persian inscription 7 

711 Anthony Morris Storer, 1799, by Milton. Head of Storer to left, 

ANTHONY . MORRIS STORER . ESQ. 1 799; ^ Figure of a waggoner 
at the tail of a cart, DOGTUS iter . melius . ; in exergue purley 

Sweden borg, 1752. Bust of Swedenborg to right, emanuel 
SVEDENBORG : ^ A mystic temple with cultus image and figure in 
classic robes, tantoqve exultat alumnoc. &c. 

Henry Quin, M.D., by Mossop. Head of Quin to right, henricvs 
QVIN M.D. ; ^ plain 

Sir Ralph Abercrombie, 1801, on his death and the defeat of the 
French. Half-length of Abercrombie looking through a spyglass, 
SIR RALPH ABERCROMBIE ; ^ Tomb with date of death, &c., palm- 
tree to left and distant view of the Pyramids 

William Sidney Smith, by IVehh, 1805. Head of the Vice-Admiral 
to right, GVLIELMVS SIDNEY SMITH . MDCCCV . ; Ij. Au oak wreath 
encircling COEUR DE . LION . 5 



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712 Rev. James Wilkinson, by JFestwood, 1805. Bust of Wilkinson 

in canonicals to left, EEVj, . JAMES WILKINSON, A.M., date of birth 
and death ; 9= Figures emblematic of Faith and Justice holding 
Bible and balance, THE MEMORY OF THE JUST IS BLESSED 

Captain Coram, 1805, by Porter. Bust three-quarter to left, IN 
MEMORY OF THE FOUNDLINGS FRIEND 1805; 1;!. Inscription in five 
lines across field 

Charles James Fox, by Webb, on his death, 1806. Bust of Fox to 
right, C.I. FOX . OB . SEP XIII MDCCCVi ; 1> Victory with extended 
wings standing on a portion of the globe holding a wreath in 
either hand, libp:rtatis. hvmanitatisqve . vindex 

William Wilberforce, by JFebb, 1807 (Abolition of the slave trade). 
Head of Wilberforce to right, WILLIAM wilberforce the friend 
OF AFRICA ; ^ Britannia seated with figures of Pallas and Equity, 
below them a female with caduceus, &c., below I HAVE HEARD 

THEIR CRY, &C. 4 

713 Oval Medallion Portrait of William Lloyd Wardle. Bust of 

Wardle to right, gwyllm LLOYD WARDLE, without reverse 

Sir John Moore, 1809, by P. Wyon. Head of Moore to left, 

JOHANNES MOORE . Eq . B . , below EXEKC . BRITAN IN HISPAN . DUX ; 

\)l Britannia and an angel supporting a figure of Moore seated upon 
a British Lion, to left a weeping figure of France, above Fame 
with trumpet and wreath, HEROS QUEN NOLUIT DEUS SUPERESSE 

TRIUMPH© &C. 

Admiral Duckworth, by if i/Z.s, 1817. Head of Duckworth to left, 
ADMHIAL SIR J T DUCKWORTH . Bart. G.C.B. ; ^ A wreath of oak en- 
closing the following legend dedicated by his followers to the 

:\I EMORY of their ILLUSTRIOUS COMMANDER . MDCCCXVII . 

And a Memorial Medal of Charles and John Wesley, by Carter 4 

714 Nelson. Five Medals, an oval Portrait Cliche, and a small circular 

Box containing four Medalets 7 

Copper. 

715 George III, Coronation. Conjoined busts of George HI and Queen 

Charlotte tu left ; I;l Britannia seated holding olive branch, 1761 
Coronation. Busts of king and queen vis-a-vis; l;l Royal arms and 
snpportei's 

Capture of Calouesus. Bust of King George in armour to left ; 

U View of island with date in exergue 
Birth of George Prince of Wales. Infant head of prince with plume; 



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Lot 715 — continued. 

9) Infant head of Prince Frederick, Bishop of Osnaburg, with mitre, 

date, &c. 
Marriage Medal. Bust of King George III in armour to left ; ^ Bust 

of Queen Charlotte to right 
Church and State Medal, by Kirk, 1774 
Restoration of Abbey Church, 1788 
Visit to St. Pauls, 1789 
The King's Restoration to Health, 1789 
Marriage of the Prince of Wales and Princess Caroline of Brunswick, 

1795 ; and another, by Kuchler, 1795 
Visit to St. Pauls to return thanks for the victories of the late war (2), 

1797 
Victories by Land and Sea, by Kuchler, 1798 ; &c. 17 

716 Victories by Land and Sea, 1798 
Union of England and Ireland, 1800 
Marriage of Elizabeth of York and Henry VII 
Preservation from Assassination, May 15, 1800 
Another on the same event 

Prosperity of England, 1800 

The Union of England and Ireland, by Kuchler, 1801 

On the King's Restoration to Health, 1801 

On the Peace of 1801 

Foundation stone of Church at Birmingham, by JFebb, 1805 

State of Britain, 1805 

Abolition of Slavery, 1807 

Centenary of the Brunswick Dynasty on the throne of Britain, 

1814 
Restoration of the Bourbons, 1814 14 

717 Seven Medals on the death of the king, 1820 

Twenty-two of Kirk's Medalets, 14 copper and 8 silver-plated 29 

718 Robert Strange, 1725-1795. Lord Camden, 1766. John Wilkes, 1763 

(2). William Hunter, surgeon, 1774. William Coulthart, 1775. 
Lord Mansfield, 1777. William Pitt, 1778, Elliot, Governor of 
Gibraltar, 1782. Kempenfelt, Admiral, blockade of Gibraltar, 1783. 
Joseph Priestley, 1783. David Latouche, 1785 12 

719 Cardinal of York, 1788. Isaac Perrins, 1789. John Howard, 1790. 

John Wesley, 1791. Marquis Cornwallis, 1792 (2). Lord Howe, 
1794. Thomas Hardy, 1794. Lord Bridport, 1795. Lord Duncan, 
1797 (2). Sir Richard Onslow, 1797. Earl St. Vincent, 1797 14 



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720 Sir J. B. Warren, 1798. Sir Ralph Abercrombie, 1799 (4). Earl 

Howe, 1799. Earl Spencer, 1799. Sir Sidney Smith, 1799. 
Marquis Cornwallis, 1802. Lord Hutchinson, 1801. Wilberforce, 
1807. Matthew Boulton, 1809 (3). Sir John Moore, 1809. 
Bartholomew Johnston, 1810. Inigo Jones, 1816 17 

721 Belzoni, 1818. K.W. Talbot, 1820. James Watt, 1819. Robert and 

Louisa Gilmor, 1821. David Hume, 1826. Stacpole. Swedenborg. 
Charles Lawson. Satirical Medal. William Alexander. William 
Pitt. Viscount Pery. Captain Cook. Samuel Johnson. Augustus 
Keppel. Rodney. Blucher, and a Hudson Bay Co. Medal, Duke 
of Bedford 20 



GEORGE IV. 

1820—1830. 
Gold. 

722 Co po nation Medal, by Fistmcci. georgius iv d . g . britan- 

MARUM . REX . F . D ., laureated head of king to left ; R proprio 
JAM JURE . AMMO PATERXO, &c.. Victory crowning king, in front 
three figures emblematical of the three kingdoms ; stated to he the 
specimen presented to Lord Palmerston 1 

723 Another, as the preceding (Pistrucci's oivn specimen, from his collection) 1 

724 Another, similar to the preceding 1 

725 George Prince Regent, by T. JFijon,jun. george of wales regent 

bust to right ; Ipl TO . the noble SEGNOR victor . CARIDI . DEPUTY 
FROM THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED IONIAN STATES. 

II JULY, 1S17, in gold rim with loop 1 

726 Medal for Promotion of Arts and Commerce, jugate busts of Pallas 

and Mercury, arts ()'• COMMERCE. PROMOTED. ; JJl THOS . AVILKIN- 
soN ESQ . MDCCCXXi ., for sowing 260 bushels of acorns on 
260 acres 

727 Oval Medallion Portrait of King George IV, draped bust to left, on 

frosted ground, in frame with loop 1 

728 Fourteen Medaleis of George IV, of Frederick Duke of York, and the 

Duke of Wellintrton 14 



15 First Day 

Silver. 

729 Coronation Medals. Two of the official type, by Pistrucci 
Celebration of the King's Coronation in Hanover, by C. Voygt. Bust of 

king to right, name and titles ; ^ King on horseback, preceded by 

female figure bearing cornucopia and caduceus 
Large Medal, issued by Rundle and Bridge. Head of king to left; 

^ A wreath of laurel, palm, rose, thistle and shamrock, enclosing 

date of coronation, above crown, and below the Hanoverian horse 
Another, by the same firm. Bust of king to left, in elaborately f , 

decorated armour, &c. ; $1 British lion, the Irish harp and the thistle 5 

730 Coronation Medals. Head of king to left, titles and date of 

Accession ; ^ National emblems under crown and date of Coro- 
nation (2), mounted in silver rims with rings 

Another, by Thomason & Jones. Bust of king within wreath composed 
of the national emblems, name and title ; ^^ Seated figure of the 
king upon throne, crowned by three female figures representing 
England, Ireland and Scotland 

Another, by T. JFyon Junr., rev. by B. Wyon. Head of the king laureate 
to right ; ^ Britannia seated inscribing a shield with the date of 
the Coronation ; and another on the same event 5 

731 George IV Visit to Ireland, hy Parkes. Head of king to right 

within a jewelled collar, composed of the national emblems ; ^ 
Erin with her harp standing on the sea-shore, welcomes a man-of- 
war bearing the king, the ground is plentifully covered with 
shamrock, and in the distance the round tower, CAED mile failte ; 
in exergue, date of landing 

Another in commemoration of the same event, by Hancock. Head of 
king to right ; ^ A crowned harp within a wreath of shamrock 

Visit to Scotland (2), 1822. Head of king to left; ^ Star of the 
Order of the Thistle, below sprays of the national emblems. Head 
of the king to left, by Bain ; ^ Kneeling figure of Scotia presenting 
the Scottish crown to George IV, who stands before her, in back- 
ground view of Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace (2, one gilt) 

And another commemorating the same event, with inscribed edge, 
with retrospective legend .Jjidrezc T)ezcar entered \2th October, i8o8, 
8n£orporatioTt of Cortiincrs 6 

732 Medal on the Erection of Brighthelmstone Pier, 1823, by 

B. Wyon. Head of king to right ; ^ View of pier, brighthelm- 
stone ROYAL PIER. DESIGNED BY SAMUEL BROWN ESQ. COMMANDER 
IN HIS majesty's navy [PI. XXI] 
Three Medals on the Death of the Dul<e of York, 1827. 



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Lot 732 -continued. 

{(() by Pistrucci, published by Hamlet, the King's Jeweller, Head 
of the Duke of York to right, Frederick duke of york and 
ALBANY ; ^ Twenty-three lines of fulsome inscription, {b) by 

FiniJkner, FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF; ^ a 

foot-soldier standing by a tomb decorated with flags, &c, George IV, 
by Pistrucci, Head to left, name and titles in Greek characters ; 
li plain 4 

733 Death of the Duke of York, by Parkes. Bust of the Duke facing, 
head to left, FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK AND ALBANY; ^ Fame 
with trumpet and scroll over the Duke's tomb, in silver rim with 
glass and loop 

H. R. H, William Duke of Clarence, as Lord High Admiral of 
Great Britain and Ireland, 1627, by Henning {silver-gilt). Head to 
right ; Jl) Britannia with trident and shield walking on the crest of 
the waves, her march is o'er the mountain wave, her home 

IS ON THE DEEP 2 

731 GeoPge IV, by Pistrucci, titles in Greek characters as in lot 732, 
but with rev. trident between two dolphins, at sides of shaft 
AHKA- And Four Medals on the Death of the King; {a) by 
Averne, Bust of king facing ; 5^ Time attempting to seize the 
crown placed with a cushion and Bible upon a pedestal, at her base 
Prince of Wales' crown and sceptre ; in exergue, date of death 

(h) Without signature of artist. Head of king to left, HIS MOST 
GRACIOUS MAJESTY GEORGE IV ; p, View of Windsor Castle 

((') By Bain. Head of king to left ; 1^ Tomb inscribed with date of 
death 

('/) By Durand, issued in Paris. Head of king to right ; li Date of 
birth, death, &c., in eight lines 5 



PERSONAL MEDALS. 

735 Sir Walter Scott, 1771-1832. («) by Jrebb, Head of Scott to right; 
yi The trunk of a tree, against which is deposited the shield of 
Scotland, a large claymore, bonnet, &c. ; in exergue 1821. Cliches, 
by JTijon, 1824, Head of Scott to right ; U Seated figure inscribing 
tablet with avav., behind her the Muse of Poetry, TRUTH severe 
IX FAIRY FICTION DRESSED, (f) by Bain, Head of Scott to left; 
l;l Lady of the Lake. And two Medals of Isaac Walton and 
Charles Cotton, by Averne 6 



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736 Lord Byron, 1788-1824. Head to left, after Stothard, BYPXIN. ; 

$1 a laurel bush, &c., A<t>0ITON. AIEI, Greek inscription on 
edge [PI. XXI] 

Rt.-Hon. Canning, by Galle, 1827. Head of Canning to left, george 

CANNING ; 5o A LA CONCORDE DES PEUPLES, in field LIBERTE CIVILE . 
ET . RELIGIEUSE . DANS . L'UNIVERS .1827 [PI. XXI] 2 

737 George Canning, on his Death, 1827. Bust to left, GEORGE canning; 

$1 NE A LONDRES. EN 1771 . MORT A . CHISWICK . EN 1 82 7 

Earl of Eldon, by Foigt, 1827. Bust of Lord Eldon in wig and 

gown, JOHN . EARL OF ELDON LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR OF GREAT 

BRITAIN ; 5c Short biographical inscription in twelve lines 

Daniel O'Connell, his Election, 1828, by Fumerelli and JVoodhouse. 
Bust of O'Connell to right, DANIEL O CONNELL esq. M.p. ; I^ Ireland 
pointing to a book placed upon an altar, inscribed vox populi . 
SUPREMI . LEX., to left figure of Abundance with cornucopia 3 

Copper. 

738 George IV. Regent of the United Kingdom, 1811 
Queen Charlotte, 1820 

George IV, Bust of king to left; 55= Inscription, 1821 

George IV, Bust of king to left ; $1 Crown within laurel wreath ; god 

SAVE THE KING, 1821 

George IIII, Bust of king to left ; ^ Crowned king seated ; george iiii 

CROWNED . JULY I9 . 182 I 

Celebration of the Coronation at Hanover, 1821 

And three other Coronation Medals, &c., 1821 14 

739 Coronation Medal, 1821 

Foundation of the Scottish Academy, 1822 

Medals of Walton and Cotton, by Avern (2) 

George IV, by Pistrucci, name and titles in Greek (2) 

Death of the Duke of York, by JFehb (2), 1827 

The Duke of Clarence as Lord High Admiral of England 9 

740 Sir J. Banks, Charles James Fox, Sir Walter Scott (4 var.), B. A. 

Heywood, Manchester Royal Institute, G. V. Pole, Telford, Chas. 
Calvert, M.P. for Southwark 11 

741 Various Medals of Admiral Nelson 10 



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WILLIAM. 

1830—1837. 
Gold. 

742 Coronation Medal of William IV and Queen Adelaide, by 

/r. IFyon, 1831, WILLIAM the iv, crowned SEP. 1831 ; Head of 
the king to right 

\)^ ADELAIDE QUEEN CONSORT . CROWNED SEP . 1831 1 

743 Another, similar 1 

744 Medal of the Corporation of Abingdon, on the Dissolution of the 

Members ; Arms and suj^porters of the Earl of Abingdon 
Jjl Town arms 1 

Silver. 

745 Head of king to right, by IF. JVyon, after Chantry ; GUILELMO nil . 

D. G. BRITANNIAR : REGI . F D 

Jjl (within wreath of oak, at top a crown, at base a trident), ADELAIDE 

REGINA . CUDI . JUSSIT . MDCCCXXX 2 

746 Coronation, 1831. Three specimens of the Official Medals; G Head 

of king ; I^ Head of queen 
Two others on the same event ; conjoined busts of the king and queen 
to right ; I^ Coronation of the king and queen, by T. IF. Ingram ; 
the other, the national emblems crowned with initials of the king 
and queen 5 

747 Commemoration of the Hurricane at Barbadoes, 11th August, 1831 
Dissolution of Parliament, April 22, 1831 

Free Trade Medal, by Taylor and Allen, CORN MONOPOLY A NATION'S 
CURSE ; R FREE TRADE . THE PEOPLE'S RIGHT, in chased silver 
frame, with loop 

And a .small Medal on the Visit of Prince George of Cambridge to the 
Mint, June 21, 1833 ; O Head of the king ; 1^ Inscription 4 

748 Commemoration of the Golden "Wedding of Henry William Atkinson, 

Esq., Provost of His ^Majesty's Mint, August 31, 1830 
William Koscoe, Head to left : 1^ Inscription 
Kobert Owen, 1832, Head of Owen to right, below view of model 

village with buildings ; 1;!. Inscription 3 

Copper. 

749 Proclamation (2), 1830 

Official Coronation Medal of the King and Queen, 1831 ; and another 

Opening of London Bridge (2), 1831 

Slavery abolished in the British Dominions (2) 

Sir John .Soane, 183 1 

Peform Bill, 1832 10 



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VICTORIA. 

1837—1901. 
Gold. 

750 Coronation Medal, by Pistruccl ; victoria regina.f.d; Head 

of the Queen to left (behind the head of the Queen) v. R. in small 

script characters "Jk i (?' ■ / K" 

p. ERIMUS. TiBi. NOBILE REGNUM, the three Kingdoms offering crown "-^ ( 
to Queen seated right ; in exergue inaugurata. die junii . 28 . 
MDCCCXXXViii, very fine and extremely rare, prohahly struck from a 
special die for piresentation to members of the Royal Family, in purple 
velvet case [PI. XX] 1 

751 Coronation Medal, similar to preceding, but without v r in field, 

very fine 1 

752 Another, similar, but struck in platinum 1 ^ '. ^ J /^ 

753 Christ's Hospital Classical Prize, 1839, william Thompson. r 

PRESIDENT, Head of Thompson to left _-* ''^ .^ "' — 

^ View of Christ's Hospital 1 ' 

754 Marriage Medal of Victoria and Albert, by B. JFyon, jugate C 

busts to left -^ JZ . 

^ Shields of England and Saxe-Cobourg, displayed upon a wreath of 
roses, shamrocks and thistles, with torch between, ever may love 

SHED, rosy garlands ROUND. FEBRUARY. X. MDCCCXL 1 

755 Marriage of the Princess Royal and Prince Frederic William 

of Prussia, by L. C, Wyon, January 25, 1858. {a) Bust of Prince 
Frederic William to right ; 9^ name and date, (h) Bust of the 
Princess Royal to left ; ^ name and date 2 

756 Marriage of the Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra 

of Denmark, by L. C. JFyon, March 10, 1863, jugate busts of > > 

the Prince and Princess to left, with names and titles 

51 Prince of Wales' plumes within a wreath of roses and lilies, in 
velvet case 1 

757 His Royal Highness Prince Arthur, on the Foundation of the 

Royal Cinc^ue Ports' Yacht Club, 1872, H. R. H. prince Arthur 

K. g. COMMODORE, Head to left ^ — ^"^ 

^ ROYAL CINQUE PORTS. YACHT CLUB. FOUNDED 1872, Amis of the f ♦ 

Cinque Ports crowned 1 

758 Trinity College, Dublin, founded by Queen Elizabeth, 1591, Bust 

of Elizabeth three-quarter to left 
^ sciENTiis NATURALIBUS FELICITER EXCULTis, Arms of the City of ^ ^C- _ 
Dublin, awarded to george edward dobson 1 

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759 Another, varied from the preceding and of smaller size, awarded to 

FREDERICK T. BAGWELL; 1882 1 

760 Medal presented to Native Princes and Members of Council, 

&c., on the occasion of Her Majesty assuming the title of Empress 
of India. VICTORIA i" JANUARY 1 87 7, bust of the Queen, with 
crown and veil to left 
l;l. EMPRESS OF INDIA, in Arabic, English and Sanscrit, with loop, the 
edge inscribed JAMES GIBBS MEMBER OF COUNCIL BOMBAY 1 



761 Geological Society of London, by W. Wyon. wollaston, bust 

of Wollaston to left 
_ I ^' — l;l THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON, with name of recipient, 

/ " Peter Martin Duncan, 1881," above ; the whole within a wreath 

of palm and laurel 1 

762 International Fisheries Exhibition, 1883, presented, for the 

linest collection of stuffed fish, to A. W. Jardine. VICTORIA 

REGINA, head of Queen to left ; ^ INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES EX- 
HIBITION 1883, portion of net and group of fishes. And a 
Silver Medal of the Metropolitan and Provincial Industrial 
Exhibition, 1866, head of Queen Victoria crowned to left ; 5c four 
shields with beehive in centre, around inscription, in centre date, 
1866 2 

763 Jubilee, 1887, the official medal, by Bochm and Leighfon, in red mo- 

rocco case 1 

li - 764 Auothey, similav, tvithoid case 1 

765 Jubilee Medal, 1887, struck by the Imperial Institute in com- 
memoration. VICTORIA REGINA ET iMi'ATRix., bust of Queen to 
left, laureate, crowned and draped ; Ijl View of the Imperial Insti- 
tute, 2 specbnens 2 

76G Jubilee Medal, 1887, issued by Pinches. And a small Badge on the 
same event 2 

767 Badge, as second piece in preceding lot. And two oval Badges com- 
n)emoratiiig the visit of the Queen to St. Paul's on the occasion of 
the Nulional Thanksgiving for the Eecovery of H.K.H. the Prince 
of Wales 3 

> 7GS Two small Medals, commemorative of the war in South Africa, 

1900-1901 ; the second piece without date. Two Medals on the 

centenai'y of George Frederic Handel. And three small Medals of 

<^>ueen Victoria 7 

f 
i^ ^ -^ 769 University of Edinburgh Prize Medal. Bust of Dugald Stewart 

to right ; 1/ wiouth, A:c. 1 



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770 The Official Medal, iu commemoration of Her Majesty's sixty '' 

years' reign 1 r^ I oL 

' 771 Another, of smaller size. And the small Mafeking Medal, 1899, 
1900 2 

^772 Mafeking Medal, si^e If ?ns. 1 r^- ^. ~ "" - 

773 The National Commemorative Medal of the South (7 / 

African War, 1899-1900 1 - 1^ - 

774 International Electrical Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1890. Seated a 

figure of Britannia with palm and wheel, view of the Forth Bridge \ / ^^ \ i/~ 
in background ; ^ Magnet and winged thunderbolt, " Awarded "^ 
to John Spenser & Co., London" 1 

775 Prize Medal of the Victoria College, Jersey (Channel p 

Islands). EX DONO., &c., head of Queen to left ; ^ Arms of Jersey --^ Ll 

crowned between V. R., &c. 1 

Q 

776 Naval Review at Spithead, 1889. Bust of Queen to left; 1^ ' 

View of the fleet 1 " • - > »■ O 

777 Jubilee Medals, varied (2). And a small Medal, struck in goU^ 

discovered iu Sycee silver 3 

778 Jubilee Medals, varied (2). And another, Children's Fete at Rich- 

mond, C. H. Bennett, Mayor, head of queen to left ; ^ Town Hall, 
" Presented to T. Gardner, Esq., Hon. Sec." 3 

779 Three gold Medals of Frederic William Emperor of Germany and the 

Empress Victoria on their Accession 3 

780 Medal Presented by his Excellency the Governor-General '' 

of India. Busts of the Earl and Countess of Elgin ; J^ Arms and 
supporters of the Earl. And a silver Medal of the Calcutta Exhi- 
bition, 1883 and 1884 2 

Silver. 

781 Medal to Commemorate the Queen's Majority, 1837, by 

Holbrooke. Bust of Princess Victoria to left, England's pride . 
Ireland's . hope ; ^ Crown, and within wreath, the princess . 

VICTORIA BORN MAY . XXIV . MDCCCXIX. 

Another, in glass case, ivith silver rim, by Wyon. Head of Princess 
wearing rose wreath to left ; 1^ Wreath enclosing inscription, HER 



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Lot 781 — contimied. 

ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS VICTORIA BORN XXIV MAY , 
MDCCCXIX. 

Coronation Medal, by HalUday. Bust of Queen to left ; I^ Figure 

of Peace crowning the Queen 
Small Medal of the Queen on her visit to the City, Nov. 9, 1837, by 

Jl'ijon. Hecad of Queen to left ; ^ View of Guildhall 
Similar Medal on the same event, of a larger size, but the Queen 

wears coronet 
And another from the same die, but the surface frosted, under glass 6 

782 Medal on the Celebration of the Accession, 1837, and 

Coronation, 1838. Head of Queen to left ; )^ Queen seated with 

lion and figures of Justice, Abundance, &c. 
Coronation, 1838. Crowned bust of Queen to left ; 1^ Coronation 

procession, Queen under canopy, &c. 
The Official Medal of the Coronation. 
And a small Medal on the Opening of the lioyal Exchange, 1844, by 

JVyon. Head of (^hieen to left, with city arras, &c. 4 

783 Prince Albert Laying the Foundation Stone of the Royal 

Exchange, 1842. Head of the Prince, after Stothard ; Jl View of 
the facj^ade of the Royal Exchange 
Duke of Sussex, by Taylor, after Weigald. Head of duke to left; 
1^ Koyal arms within the garter, surrounded by masonic collar 

Medal Commemorative of the Opening of the Royal Ex- 
change, by W. JVyon, 11. A. Bust of Sir Thomas Gresham ; \)c 
Statuette of the Queen within the quadrangle of the Royal Exchange 3 

784 Richard Cobden, the Champion of Free Trade. O Bust of Cobden 

nearly facing ; 5^ TO COMMEMORATE THE passing OF SIR ROBERT PEEL'S 

I i;ee TRADE JIEASURES, in centre a bouquet of palm, corn, &c. 

Prince Albert, Exhibition of 1851, by Taylor, struck in the 

l)uildiiig. Head of Prince to left ; $1 Royal arms and supporters 
Visit of Napoleon III and the Empress Eugenie to England, 

lt^.j5, ])y L. C. Jl'yon. Conjoined busts of Napoleon and the 
Empress to right ; \^ Conjoined busts of the (j>ueen and Prince 
Albeit to left 

Marriage and Arrival in Germany of William Frederic of 
Prussia and Princess Victoria. Winged hgure holding 
uK'dallii^ii ixnlraits of the Prince and Princess 

And another Medal on the same event 

And a small oval Medallion of Prince Frederic William and the 
Princess Ro\al 6 



23 First Day 

785 Prince of Wales, on his Visit to Canada, 1860, by /. S. Wyon. 

Head of the Prince to left ; 9= Prince of Wales' feathers within a 
scroll inscribed WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME 

Projection of the East Indian Railway, 1860. Head of the 
Queen to left ; 9^ Inscription 

Volunteer Review in Hyde Park, 1860. Coronetted head of 
the Queen to left ; ^ Inscription 

International Exhibition, 1862, struck in the building, by S. 
JVeiner ; 0- and ^ Views of interior and exterior of the Exhibition 4 

786 Marriage of the Prince of Wales, 1863. Conjoined busts of the 

Prince and Princess Alexandra of Denmark to right ; ^ Shields of 
England and Denmark, &c. 

Another, in velvet case, same type 

Another, smaller, on the same event 

And a Marriage Medal of Princess Helena with Prince 
Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, by /. S. and A. B. Wyon. 
Conjoined busts of the prince and princess to left ; ^: Crowned 
shields within a sexafoil compartment 

Two small oval Medallions on the Recovery of the Prince of 
Wales 6 

787 An oval Badge, struck on the occasion of the visit of H.R.H. the 

Prince of Wales to India, 1875-6. Head of the Prince to left sur- 
rounded by laurel wreath ; ^ Prince's plumes within garter, and 
collar of the Victorian Order, crown hanger and loop [PI, XXI] 1 

788 Medal in Commemoration of the Canadian Provinces 

Confederation, by /. -S'. Wyon. Bust of Queen Victoria to left ; 
^ Britannia, with lion, offering scroll to four female figures repre- 
senting the Canadian Provinces 

Marriage of Prince Alfred and Princess Marie Alexan- 
dre vna of Russia ; 1> Winged figure, Avith scroll inscribed with 
date of marriage and two shields of arms crowned 

Berlin Congress, 1878. Busts of the seven envoys, in centre 
figure of Peace ; 1^ Inscriptions 

Silver Wedding of Prince Frederick of Prussia and 
Princess Royal of England. Conjoined busts to left ; ^ 4 

789 Medal presented to Native Princes and Members of Council 

on the occjision of Her Majesty assuming the title of Empress of 



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Lot 789 — continued. 

India. VICTORIA i^'' JANUARY 1 87 7, bust of the Queen, with 
crown and veil to left 
\^ E>[PRE.ss OF INDIA, in Arabic, English and Sanscrit, with loop and 
ribbon 1 

790 Jubilee, 1887. Six Medals, mm^ 6 

791 Six Jubilee Medals 6 

792 Seven Jubilee Medals 7 

793 Six Jubilee Medals, varied; one gilt 6 

794 Large Silver Jubilee Medal, by Boehn. Bust of Queen Victoria crowned 
1;L Emblematical group after a design by Lord Leighton, in case 1 

795 Another, similar 1 

796 Eight Jubilee Medals, varied, one by A. Wyon, in cashes 8 

797 Jubilee Medal, by Carter of Birmingham ; and the Official Medal on the 

completion of the Sixty Years Reign 2 

798 Tercentenary of the Destruction of the Spanish Armada, 

1588. Three-quarter face busts of Elizabeth and Victoria; Ipl A 
figure of Victory inscribing a column with the names of the English 
Admirals 

Commemoration of the Silver Wedding of the Prince and 
Princess of Wales. Busts of the Prince and Princess vis-a-vis ; 
1;!. Inscription 

Another, with conjoined busts ; ^ Shields 

William II, Emperor of Germany, as Admiral of the Fleet on the 
Occasion of the Review at Spithead, 1889. Bust of the Emperor 
in Admiral's uniform ; ^ Line-of-battle ship 

Another, with bust of Queen Victoria ; 9. as last 

And a Medal, by Lauer of Nnremherg. Bust of Queen Victoria to left ; 
U View of St. Pauls, Shipping, &c. 6 

799 Jubilee of the Uniform Penny Post. Head of Queen Victoria 

to left, iK;c. ; 1^ Bust of Rowland Hill, and below copy of Mulready's 
envelope (2) 

Official Medal, commemorative of the Sixty Years Reign. 

And a Medal of the Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne, by A. 
JVi/on. Conjoined busts of the Marquis and Marchioness to right ; 
U Arras and supporters of the Lansdowne Family, PRESENTED BY 

HIS EXCELLENCY THK GOVERNOR 4 



25 First Day 

800 Queen Victoria, as Commanrler of the German Dragoon Guards. 
Marriage of the Duke of York and Princess Mary of Teck. 

Portraits in oval medallions ; ^ Two shields 
Medal of Queen Victoria ; 9= The Emperor of Germany as Admiral of 

the Fleet 
Another Medal on the Marriage of the Duke of York and Princess 

Mary of Teck. Busts similar to the preceding, but the Princess on 

the left hand ; $c Prince and Princess hand-in-hand at a lighted 

altar, Britannia in the background 
And Fifteen small Medals of Queen Victoria and the Members of the 

Royal Family, and John Brown 
Marriage of Duke of York and Princess Mary of Teck. Conjoined 

bust of the Duke and the Princess 
The Absent-minded Beggar Medal 23 

PERSONAL MEDALS. 

801 Daniel O'Connell, the Liberator, on the Repeal of the Union, and 

another on his Death ; Bust of O'Connell, ^ Crowned harp ; Bust 
of O'Connell, ^ Erin before tomb. And another of the Repeal 
Year, 1843 ; Bust of O'Connell, 5^ Figure of Erin standing 

Sir Robert Peel, Installation as Lord Rector of Glasgow^ 1837. 
Bust of Peel, nearly full face ; ^ Arms and emblems of Glasgow. 

Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism, 1839; O and 5c Busts of 
Charles and John Wesley 5 

802 R. Lambert Jones, Medal presented by his Fellow Citizens for his 

exertions in improving the City of London, head of Jones to 

right ; ^ Inscription within wreath of oak leaves 
Dudley Stuart, the Friend and Advocate of the Polish Cause, 

head of Stuart to right ; l;l Map of Poland 
Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, bust of Gladstone to 

left ; )^ Names of the Members of the House of Commons for 1894 3 

803 Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone and Mrs. Gladstone, 

in Commemoration of their Golden Wedding-day, busts of Mr. 
and Mrs. Gladstone ; \}. Inscription within wreath 
Alfred Tennyson, the late Poet Laureate, bust of Tennyson; \^ 

TENNYSON 

Baden-Powell, on the Relief of Mafeking, bust of Baden-Powell 
facing ; 1^ Group composed of a lancer, a Highlander, a volunteer, 
and a sailor 3 

804 Wellington. Eight Medals, varied; Portrait ClichL-, /// rase; a Badge 

with bust ; and a Box containing List of Victories 11 



First Dioj 26 ^ 

Copper. 

805 Coronation Medals (5), 1838 
Victoria, 1841 
Marriage, 1839 

Baptism of the Prince of Wales, 1842 
Triumph of British Arras, China, 1842 
Prince Albert (Restoration of the Royal Exchange), 1842 
Prince Albert ; Jt St. George, 1845 
Prince Albert, on his death, 1861 
Marriage of the Prince of Wales, 1863 
Arrival of the Princess Alexandra, 1863 
Albert Hall, 1872 
National Thanksgiving, 1872 
Jubilee Medals of 1887 and 1897 (3) 
Visit of Queen Victoria to Belgium, 1843 
Visit to Paris, 1855 
Richard Sainthill, &c., 1855 24 

800 Medals of the Duke of Wellington. 

One Box with Printed Records of his many Victories 
One Cliche with portrait 

Two small Boxes of Medals commemorative of British Victories under 
Wellington 15 

807 City Medals. 

<.,Hieen's Visit, 1837 

Opening of the New Coal Exchange, 1849 

Restoration of the Roj'al Exchange, 1854 

Holborn Viaduct and Blackfriars Bridge, 1869 

liccovery of the Prince of Wales, 1872 

A'isit to Epping Forest, May, 1882 

Opening of the New City of London School, 1882 

Opening of the New Council Chamber, 1882 8 

PERSONAL MEDALS. 

808 Nasser-ed-ecn, Shah of Persia, Visit to London ; Abdul Azziz, Visit to 

London ; Alexander II of Russia, Visit to London ; Napoleon and 
Eugenie, \'isit to London ; King of (^reece, Visit to London ; Victor 
Emanuel, Visit to London; Sir John Brodie, Cheselden, John and 
Charles Wesley, Sir John Soane, and Gainsborough 12 

8i)'J Duke of Iticluuond, Emerson Tennant, Reynolds, Newcastle and 
Carlisle R:iil\\ay, James Princep, Robert Burns, Richard Cobden, 
Sir William Collins, Newton, Sir Robert Peel, Milton, Congreve, 
.Vc. 16 



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SECOND DAY'S SALE. 



EDWARD VII, 1901. 
Gold. 

LOT 

810 Medal on the Accession, 1901. Bust of the king, nearly full-face 
^ View of the Gateway of St. James's Palace 1 

'-Sll British Empire Medal. Bust of king to right 

'^ Earl Roberts on horseback, &c., designed by F. Bowcher (a full 
description is printed upon the lining of case) 1 

Silver. 
812 Accession, Bust of king; ^ View of St. James's Palace. And a 
rectangular Plaquette, hij Saner of Narernherg, without rev. 2 

-^813 The British Empire Medal. Bust of king to right 

9: Earl Eoberts on horseback, designed by F. Bowcher (a full description 
is printed in the inside of case), in morocco case 1 

Pewter, Tin and Lead. 
JAMES II to EDWARD VII. 

814 Oval Medallion of Richard Sackville, Earl of Dorset, who died 162-4 

(/, \^^ ), cast from one of Basse's silver plates 
Charles I, Battle of Edgehill, 1642 (/, -f-f-|). Cupid standing beside 

wheatsheaf, above a crown between C. R. ; P; A plough, above P, and 

below a star, unpublished 
Cromwell, 1650. Impressions from the oh: and rev. dies of the Dunbar 

Medal (/, W) 
Death of Cromwell, 1658 (/, *-if) 6 

815 The Restoration, 1680. "FELICITAS BRITANN^ " (/, *f£), very fine and 

rare, apparently unpublished in this metal {see PI. X, no. 194 of first 
portion) 1 

816 Medallion Portrait of Charles II 
Christ's Hospital, 1673 (/, |ff) 
Death of Charles II, 1685 (/, ffi) 

Duke of Monmouth, Defeat, 1685 (/, W) 

James II, Abdication (3) (/, <vV) 

Flight of James II (/, « J^) 

William and Mary, Coronation, 1689 (/, V,') 9 



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817 James II uiid Mary Medal, by Boirer (I, %\^), extremdy rare, only 

fwo sjHrimens hioim, this and the one in the National Collection 
[PL XXII] 1 

818 Pacification of Ireland. G (/, W) ; V^ (^y -i-h)^ ^^^' ^7 Martin Brunner, 

rev. by D. II. Midler 
And another. O as II, //„ ; Ijl William III seated on throne, at his 

feet two kneeling figures with palm branch, CVM DEO . DABITVR . 

ET . QVARTA, uvpuhlished 
Ireland Reunited, 1692, by /. Lnder {II, ,Vi) 
Battle of La Hogue (//, 3^,%) 
Condition of Great Biitain and the Papal Jubilee (//, f ?4) ^ 

819 Battle of La Hogue, 1692 (//, /^\) 
Death of Mary, 1695 (//, ].|]) " 
Assassination Plot, 1696 (//, \^^) 
Peace of liyswick, 1697 (//, v||) 
Same event (//, 11^) 

Death of William III, 1702 (II, ||^) 

Battle of Blenheim 

Eugene and Marlborough, 1704 (//, Vs^'), very rare [PL XXII] 7 

820 Barcelona Relieved and Conquest of Brabant, 1706, plain edge (//, W^) 
James II and James III (Elder Pretender), 1708 (//, f-J|-) 
Attempted Invasion of Scotland, 1708 (//, i-lfy), very rare 

Battle of Oudenard, 1708 (//, f^J) [PL XXII] 

Another as (//, ^fj) 

xVuGther as (//, il^)) e.ziremely rare 6 

821 Capture of Lille, 1708 (//, ^i?4}) [PL XXII] 
Another (//, -Jl) 

Another (//, ?y?,), all icilh inscribed edges 

Capture of Tournay, 1709 (//, ?^|-) 

Capture of Douay, 1710 (//, fjf) 

Battle of Saragossa, 1710 {II, ^]l) 

Concord (.f Britain, 1711 (//, ^^^) [PL XXIII] 7 

822 John Law, Financier (V.^) ; (VV"^- Another, obv. unpublished {\%^^) 

[PL XXIII] • ■ " • ■ ^ 

823 John Law, Financier, as Ihth, j\ .58 and p. 60, very rare [PL XXIII] 2 

821 George II ( ';-V) ; Didvcof Cumberland, Battle of CuUodcn (//, "l^) ; 
Taylor thr Oculist (//, :;|!;) ; Young Pretender (//, «^?/); 
(Juoige III, Union with Ireland, 1801 ; George III, Grand National 
Jubilee ; Geoi'ge W as [*rincc Regent ; George III, Death, 1820 (2) ; 
George IV, Visit to Scotland, 1822 ; Gi-orge IV, Death, 1830 11 



29 Second Day 

825 Victoria, Accession, 1837 ; Duke of Cambridge's death, 1850; Inter- 

national Exhibition, 1862 (2); Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, 
Golden Wedding, 1839-1859; &c. 
And a Set of Thomason's Medals, illustrative of Biblical 
History 74, 

MILITARY AND NAVAL MEDALS, &c. 

Gold. 

826 Medal fop Seringapatam, presented to Gen. Hartley, with bar, i -- 

hanger and ribbon 1 ^ ^ -^S 

827 Medal for Sepjngapatam 1 

828 Earl St. Vincent's Testimony of Apppobation, 1800. Bust of '^ * J "~~ 

the Earl within wreath of lauiel f 

9> LOYAL AND TRUE, a soldier and a sailor hand in hand, the background ^ . a 

forms the Union Jack, the whole within a wreath of oak, in gold '^ • \ 
frame, with loop and blue ribbon 1 

829 Lapge sized Medal fop Talavepa, 1809, awarded to Brigadier-Gen. ^ 

Alexander Campbell, Britannia seated to left, after Marchant ; « ^. ' 

'^ TALAVERA, 1809, within a wreath of laurel, mounted with gold * i 
rim and loop 1 . 

830 Indian Medal, with bar for Pegu, with ribbon and case 1 -f ^ }^ 

Silver. 

831 Medal fop Wap Sepvices in Gujepat and tlie Capnatic. r- 

Britannia seated ou trophy of arms, holding a laurel wreath towards / / 

the fort in which the British colours are flying '-^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . 
5c Persian inscription, size \\ in. 1 

832 Peace and Ppospepity to St. Vincents, 1773. Bust of King /• 

to right .<^ ^ ^ ^ _ ^ 

1^ Britannia offering palm branch to native {see Tanered, i)p. 47-4:8), ^ ^ '" i ^ 
very fine and rare 1 

833 Sepingapatam, in silver rim, with glass on either side and loop, and ' 

Medal of Abercrombie for Egypt, 1801 2 *;^ ~ — ,C — 

83-i Medal fop Java, 1811, given to native troops by the Hon. East India '< / , _ ^ 

Company, vertj rare 1 A" I cn ' , 

835 WatepJoo, 1815. David Howe, 1st Battalion, 52nd Foot. And 

another of larger size, with draped bust of the Prince Regent, the 
edge inscribed, Sir Thomas Lawrence, K.A. Buttle of the Boyne 
Memorial (/, \\l) 3 

836 Gambia Chiefs Medal, 1830. Head of AVilliam IV to right 

51 Royal arms, very fine and verij rare [PL XXIV] I 



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837 African Chiefs Medal, Victoria 1840. Head of Queen to left 

\^ Koyal arras and dated 18-iO 1 

838 Another, similar to last, but engraved on the ohv. with Prince of Wales' 

plumes, motto and date, 1860 [PL XXIV] 1 

839 Another, similar in type to last, but of a larger size, 3 in., with loop 

[PL XXIV] 1 

840 Sierra Leone, victoria regina. Head of the Queen to left 

]}. siHKiiA LEONE and the Royal arms, the tvhole engraved 1 

841 Regimental Medal of the 26th (Cameronian) Regiment 

(Tancred, j). 327). Medal presented to the British officers by the 
King of Portugal (1809), on the taking of Cayenne. And a 
circular Medal in aluminium for Arctic discoveries, 1818-1855 
[PL XXI] 3 

842 Proofs in silver of the Medals for China, Baltic, South Africa, 1853, 

New Zealand, Abyssinia, &c. 10 

843 Proofs in bronze of the East India Company's Medal, presented to 

Major H. B. Edwardes, C.V. 1848. Seringapatam, Aliwal, Army 
of the Punjab, China, South Africa (1853), and the Maida Medal 
and Long Service and Good Conduct Medal 8 

844 Proofs in bronze. Army of India, Trafalgar, Nanking, Ava, Jellala- 

bad, &c. And a Proof in lead of the Seringapatam Medal 12 

845 Medal in silver, struck in Commemoration of the 21st Anniversary of 

the Volunteer Movement; '^ designed by Sir Noel Paton, awarded to 
Nicholas Dickson, 3rd Lanark Rifle Volunteers, and a Medal of the 
Rutland Legion 2 

84G In Commemoration of the Siege of Derry. Bust of Walker ; 
51 Arms of Derry, Peace of 1802, presented to Samuel Ford, Jnr. 
L.B.L.H.B. by the town of Birmingham. Cross-belt Plate of the 
Central London Rangers ; and nine Miniature War Medals 12 

847 Bronze Medal, (leorge IV, 1820, Mathematical Prize, Royal Naval 

Lodge. Another, William IV, 1830. And an octagonal Silver 
Medal of Victoria (on Arctic discoveries), 1815-1855 3 

Silver (various), 

848 Art Union Medals, with portraits of Chantrey, Hogarth, Stothard 

and Chaniljers 5 

849 Others, similar, with portraits of Inigo Jones, Wren, Reynolds and 

Bacon ; and an electrotype //; silver of the Medallion by Vechte for 
success in the National Arts Competition, 1857 5 

850 Society of Arts Medals, of various dates, with names of recipients. 

And a Medal awarded for efficiency in arts, 1857 (2) 6 



31 Second Day 

851 Royal Academy Medals. George III and Victoria (2), National 

Academy of Great Britain, Royal Society Medal, and two Medals 
of the Art Union of Dublin. And an oval Medallion, by Mossop, of 
the Dublin Society, awarded to William Taylor, for a group of 
figures, 1804 8 

852 City Badges. Two of the Cooks' Company, by Kirke, W. K. 

Foster admitted on the livery, 1803 ; the other, William Wood 
admitted, 1808. The Vintners' Company, Richard Parker. City 
of London (2), one by Milton ; the other by IVyon, with names of 
George Parminter and Alfred Fell. And a Badge of Bridgward, 
with name of John Garrat, Esq., and Richard Gibbs, Esq., 1780 6 

853 Epping Forest Assembly House, 172.5. View of the Assembly , 

House in Epping Forest, in front a stag chased by two dogs ; in 
exergue, Epping Forest, Jfsembly-houje, 1725 
$L Ribbon, with name, M^ EDWARD TOWNE 

{\-1q\ eytremely rave [PI. XXX] 1 

854 Christ's Hospital. Society of Blues, bust of Edward VI three- 

quarters to right ; 1^ Engraved " Amicable Society of Blues," 
JOSEPH ALLEN, 3 APRIL, 1 787. Silver gilt Christ's Hospital 
STOXE Badge, three bluecoat boys, with table between them, one 
holds a scroll inscribed with figures, another a stillyard, a third is 
measuring vrith compasses, NVMERO . PONDERE . ET . imensvra. : in 
exergue, ex . mvnificextia . hexstoxe arm. And a Count Rum- 
ford Prize Medal; struck by 2)er mission for the cabinet of the Revd. 
Dr. Goodall 3 

855 Temperance Medals and Badges. Various 6 

856 Agricultural and Horticultural Medals and Awards. 

Various types, principally with names of recipients 9 

857 Theatrical and Musical. Oval Ticket for Vauxhall, Britannia 

seated to left. Fame blowing trumpet in background. Male head to 
right inscribed VIVAS IN amore . JociSQUE. ; R veneri . baccho 
ETOMNi virtuti sociali SACRUM, in five lines across the field. 
Two Medals of the London Catch Club, by Pingo ; one a proof ; the 
other inscribed E. J. warren of London. And three '' Ivories," 
for the Opera, 1834, and the King's Theatre, 1832 ; one with the 
name of Lady jMary Monk 7 

858 Medals of David Garrick, by Pingo and Kirk. George Frederick 

Handel. Ticket for the Royal Albert Hall, 1871. A Medal of 
the Music Hall Protection Society, 1872. Boydell's Shakespeare 
Medal. The Jubilee at Stratford, 1769 (2). Jubilee at Stratfo.d- 
on-Avon, 1827. Dassier's Medal of Shakespeare ; and another, 
with view of birthplace. And a Medal of Henry Irving, 1891 14 



Sicond Day 32 

859 A paste Star of eight points, with blue enamelled border, we 
SHALL NOT LOOK UPON HIS LIKE AGAIN, enclosing a silver-gilt 
jnedtil of David Garrick, by Pingo. And a small Badge, "A 
souvenir of the visit of the London Staff of the British Goldsmith 
Co. to the Camden Theatre, Jan. 8, 1902 " 2 

8G0 Silver Medal, presented to M. W. Balfe, the composer, by 

Alexander II, Emperor of Russia, 1859 ; G Bust of the Emperor 

Nicolas in armour, helmeted 

\)>. Equestrian statue of the Emperor on pedestal; in exergue, 1859, 

Hze 3 J in. 1 

8G1 The Young Roscius. G. F. Handel. A number of bronze and 
pewter Medals of Shakespeare. Bronze Proof of the London Catch 
Club 11 

862 City of London School Medal, by B. Wyon (2) ; and another 

given as an arithmetical prize. Another of St. John's School. 
Trinity College, Dublin. Lismore College. Winchester (2), with 
])ortrait of Wykeham. Cheltenham College ; and St. Saviour's 
School 10 

863 Christ's Hospital, with recipients' names on edge (5). Poland 

Street Academy. Hamilton Academy. Blundell's School. Mrs. 
BroAvn's Seminary ; &c. ll 

864 A plated Badge, for Greenwich College. Britannia standing 

on shore, ships in distance, PROSPERITAS NAVIBVS . MAGN.^ 

KRITANNI.^^. ; in exergue, EX MUNIFICENTIA I STOCK. ARM 1781. 

[PL XXX] 
And a silver Prize Badge, of the Greenwich 22nd Waterman's 
Apprentices' Regatta, won by G. R. Martin, August 25th, 1879 2 

SCOTTISH. 

865 Gold enamelled Badge, of the Order of St. Andrew. The Saint, 

holding saltire cross, standing above a thistle, and surmounted by 

a crown 

li Engraved with a royal arms, with ring and ribbon 1 

^(><6 A gold and enamelled Badge, of the Royal Scottish Archers. In 

the centre is a device of a bugle, bow, arrows, &c., in relief, on a 

frosted ground, surrounded by a garter of blue enamel with white 

and gold edges, inscribed in gold letters, " Peritissima Accipiat," the 

whole surmounted with the Prince of Wales' plume in silver, with 

gold coroiit't ; on back " Accepit, A. Newcome, 16 Sept. 1791," of 

(jrait raritij 

And a small Communion Badge, //( hUcci; of the National Scotch 

Church 2 



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867 Silver gilt Medal, i will and dare, a knight in armour with 

uplifted sword riding to left 

|l GRATA SUPER VENIET . QV^ . NON SPERAVITVR HORA., thistle ' /: 

under crown [PI. XXX] 1 

868 Silver gilt Belt Plate, of the Eoyal Highland P.L.M. Around, 

CLAN NA GAIDHEAL AN QUAILIBH CHIELE. ; in centre, G. IIL R., 

thistle, ROYAL P.L.M. ; the whole under a crown 
Badge, awarded to the best marksman of the Royal Loyal Midlothian 

Yeomanry Cavalry Volunteers, 1809 
Circular Badge, won by Alexr. Ogston, first prize at the monthly 

shooting practice with ball at 50 and 100 yards, Sept., 1811 ; j^ 

Second Aberdeenshire Volunteers 
An Oval Medal or Badge, presented to the volunteers of the 

SECOND BATTALION BY THEIR COLONEL . THE EARL OF BREADAL- 
BANE , IN TESTIMONY OF THEIR GALLANT CONDUCT . IN HAVING 
VOLUNTEERED THEIR SERVICES TO IRELAND TO REPRESS REBEL- 
LION AND TO AID THE EXPELLING FRENCH FORCE WHICH HAD 

INVADED THE KINGDOM 1 798: ^ A Highland soldier; above, PRO 

REGE ET PATRIA DULCE PERICULUM 

And an engraved Medal, of the Scottish Corporation of Cork. 
With figure of St. Andrew, &c. 5 

869 Circular Badge, presented by Colonel Murray and the officers of 

the Stirlingshire Yeomanry Cavalry to Serjeant James Edmond. 
Badge of the Elcho Challenge Shield. Medal of the Caledonian 
Challenge Shield, in hvnze. Bronze Medal in commemoration of 
her reviewing the Scottish Volunteers, 1881. Medal of the Celtic 
Society. An oval Prize Medallion, awarded to A. Cameron by the 
Glasgow Celtic Society. A pierced Badge and a small Medal of 
the Shakespeare Club of Scotland 8 

870 Scotland's Cup Badge, 1874, partially enamelled. Badge of St. 

George, Glasgow. Badge of the Bakers' Society of Edinburgh. 
Medals of Kircudbright Agricultural Society, 1813; Highland and 
Agricultural Society of Scotland, 1838 ; another, 184:6. And a 
Prize Medal of the Dundee Dog Show 7 

871 The Busby Medal, 1839. Perth Highland Society Medal. Dud- 

dington Curling Society (2). Eoyal Caledonian Curling Club, 
1838. Photographic Society of Scotland. Special Constable's 
Medal, in brass, for the borough of Calton, 1817 7 

872 Medal of the Edinburgh Revolutionary Club, 1753. In- 

stallation of Sir Eobert Peel as the Eector of the University of 
Glasgow. Medal of Heriot's Hospital, awarded to Simon Eobert- 
son. Medal of the Kintire Club, to C. C. Young, for the best 

D 



Second Day 34 

Lot 872 — cont'umed. 

specimen of penmanship. An oval Medal of the Perth Academy, 
English Department. And an engraved oval Medallion of the Ayr 
Academy, awarded to J. Locke of the Geographical Class 185, 
Academy of Glasgow 7 

873 Medal of the Royal Scottish Academy. Edge inscribed, 

JOHN WATSON GORDON . ELECTED ACADEMICIAN MDCCCXXIX., in 

case. And an Impression, in hronze, of the Seal of George IV as 
Seneschal of Scotland 2 

874 Political Medals. Leicester Election, 1826. Borough of Evesham, 

presented to Sir Charles Cockerell, Bart., Liverpool Election, 1816. 
Lord Brougham, July, 1818. King and Constitution Medals, 
with heads of William III and George IV ; $1 The royal arms 8 

875 True Patriot Society, 1754, est . pro patriA . mori dulce . et 

DECORUM., male bust on pedestal; '^ natale solum libertas . 
ET., figure of Apollo with lyre. An engraved badge, independent . 
AND virtuous . BULLER 1790, ^'c. Another, William III on 
horseback ; $1 GLORIOUS MEMORY. Medal of the Order of 
Liberators. Ticket of the Bedford Estate, &c. 8 

876 Medal of the Royal Society, William IV, Patron, head of king 

to right ; 1^ Figure of Newton. Another, G COPLEY . BART. DIG- 
NISSIMO ; 5^ Royal arms. London Society for the Protection of the 
Metal Trades. Society of Jesus, the College of St. Xavier, 1854. 
Prize Medal of Stonyhurst College. Medal to Commemorate the 
Abolition of Slavery 6 

877 Oval Badge, Grand Lodge of Druids to C. G. Johns, 1820. Badge 

of the Clapton Lodge. An engraved Medallion to Richard 
Needle, founder of the Box and Trunkraaker's Society, 1823. 
Another, presented to Thomas Winkley, 1840. Medal of the 
Confraternity of St. George, 1840. Another of the Sovereign 
fienefit Society. Society of Industry, &c. 9 

CLUB MEDALS. 

878 Liverpool Pitt Club. Manchester Pitt Club (2). Thornhill Club. 

Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakspearian Club. Medal of the Aber- 
crorabie Club. G 

879 Medal of the Yacht Club, Dublin, 1824. The Stirling Pitt 

Club, 1814. The True Blue Club, October 16, 1812. The Suffolk 
Pitt Club, 1821. Pitt Club Memorial Medal, presented to John 
Douglas, Es(|. Tassie Medallion of Pitt, in (jilt horder, NON . SIBI . 
sr.i). I'ATiiLK . vixiT. A Medal of Captain Cook. And a Medal, 
iioxoii TO WHOM iiONoii IS DUE, head of Pallas to left ; y blank 7 



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IRELAND. 

S80 Visit of King George IV, 1821. Gold, george mi d . g . britan- 
NIARVM REX, laureated head of George IV to left ; $1 King landing, 
welcomed by Erin; in exergue in commemoration of his majesty's 
VISIT to IRELAND 1821; on edge, this medal made of gold 

THE produce of HIS MAJESTY'S MINES . IN THE CY OF WICKLOW . . 

Another example, struck in Irish silver from the Bally-corus mine ; and 
a third example, struck in copper, from the Wicklow mines 3 

*^* These three interesting medals are enclosed in a green morocco case 
in form of a shamrock, and lettered in gold with the king's initials 
and the arms of Ireland, and doubtless presented to the king during 
his visit to Ireland. 

881 Badge of the Antient and most Benevolent Order of Friendly Brothers 

of St. Patrick, Dublin, 1820. A heart displayed upon a St. 

Patrick's cross above, a crown around FiDELis . ET . CONSTANS . 

within a knotted border, garnished with shamrock leaves ; ^ The 

arms of the order, a grovip of hearts in fesse or, charged with a 

celestial crown of the same, in chief in a field vert around the shield *. 

a knotted border, on either side a dolphin argent, holding a label 

inscribed QUIS separabit, with loop, venj fine and rare 1 

882 Another, similar 1 

883 Another, similar 1 

884 Another, similar 1 /^. - ; • ' 

885 Another, similar 1 Jk 

886 Artist's Proof in copper of a Medal or Seal of the Order of St. Albans. 

steadfast IN THE FAITH. A Proof of the Order of Blue and 

Orange ; and another, similar, cast. Bronze Proof of the Hudson 

Bay Medal. A repouss^ Plaque, copied from a medallion by Simon 

Passe. Charles I, Anne of Denmark and Prince Charles. Irish 

Revenue Dispute. Orange Association. Dissentions betAveen Dr. 

Charles Lucas and the Corporation of Dublin (2). Druidical Badge, 

gilt. Badge of the Royal Oak Society (engraved), and another of ^ 

the Friendly Brothers of St. Luke ; The Order of Liberators ; ^ 

Board of Agriculture, and another, in tin 15 

887 JE Saving of Life from Shipwreck, presented by Lloyd's. Medal 

of the Typographical Society. Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane 
Society. Porteus Medal. Pharmaceutical Medal. Medal for Society 
of London. Blundell School. Royal Humane Society. George I, by 
Dflssier, damascened. Numismatic Society of London, 1838, &c. 29 

D 2 



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MASONIC, &c. 

888 Provincial Master Mason's Jewel. Master Mason's Jewel, set with 

pastes. Royal Arch Mason's Jewel» the first and last gilt. French 
Mason's Collar Jewel 4 

889 Silver-gilt Medal. The Grand Master of the Scottish Freemasons 

grasping the hand of a brother Mason, points to a seated figure of 
Silence, in the background is the new Exchange at Edinburgh ; in 
exergue amicitia . virtute . silentio . ; ^ The armorial shield of 
the Scottish Freemasons {Med. III. 2^)1. xxx, 4), si.-e 1*2, it has a ring 
and ribbon, very rare 
A Gold Badge, with loop. Figure of Fortitude at an altar; 5^ En- 
graved LODGE OF FORTITUDE No. 6, " J' token of respect to 'Brother 
Toole for services rendered'''' 2 

890 Silver Medal of the Nelsonic Crimson Oaks. Medal granted by the 

Grand Lodge to the members of the County Stewards' Lodge. 
Medal of the Grand Lodge of Freemasons in England to John 
Harris. Lodge of Rising Star at Bombay, presented to Brother 
J, Gibbs, 1847, in carved sandal-wood case. A Pendant Badge, the 
Lodge of Glasgow St. John ; and a Jewel of the Grand Lodge of 
All Scottish Freemasonry in India, with Collar 6 

891 Gold Badge, engraved on either side, given to John Parker, of Nova 

Scotia. A plated Jewel (American) Knight Templar and Royal 
Arch. And a hronze Medal, similar to that issued on the founda- 
tion of the Exchange, Edinburgh 3 

AMERICAN AND CANADIAN. 

{Reference to Belts, Tancred, i{:c.) 

892 British Indian Medal. George . king . of . great . Britain ., on 

truncation i . c, bust of king to right in armour, draped laureate 
^ An Indian at right drawing a bow upon a deer standing at left on a 
hill beside a tree, a biish between the Indian and tree, the sun 
above 

{Copper, size 26. B. ,\\) [PI. XXV] 1 

893 Annapolis Tuesday Club, 174G, coxcordia res parv/E crescunt, 

inscription in five lines, a heart in the centre dividing the words 
" Annapolis " and " Maryland," which arc in scrip letters, two hands 
clasped within a heart; \X CAROLUS ('OLE . ARMIGER . pr.eses ., 
Liberty as a naked boy with pole and liberty cap 
{Lead. 11. 171, •?,?.•^), very rare [PI. XXV] 
And a silver Medal, by Peter Paid JFerner, referring to the American 
Colonies of France (/A 175, 392), and for further particulars see 
A. J. N. XXIV, 7, rare 2 



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894 American Indian Medal, 1757. georgivs . ii {pierced), dei 

GRATIA., draped and laureated bust of the king to left; ^ LET US 

LOOK TO THE MOST HIGH WHO BLESSED OUR FATHERS WITH PEACE . 

{pierced) ; in exergue 1757, a man seated beneath a tree offering a 
pipe of peace to an Indian, between them a council fire. {Pewter, 
size 28. A. J. N. xii, 48; B. 179, 401 ; Tancred, p. 46). Far a 
silver specimen see Murdoch Catalogue of Medals, p. 1, lot 599 
And another, in copper, struck from broken obv. die 2 

895 Oswego Captured, 1758. M G ludovicus xv orbis . imperator ., 

under the head 1758, laureated head of the king to right, without 
drapery 
1^ wesel . OSWEGO . PORT . MAHON . ; in exergue expug . s7' davidis | 
arce et solo I yEQUATA, four forts flying the French flag, reeded 
edge 

{M, size 20. B. 184-415 ; J. J. N. xix, 28), rare [PI. XXV] 1 

896 Charleston (S.C.) Social Club, 1863, bronze. G vincti . amicitia . 

two men in the costume of the period shaking hands 
^ Inscription in six lines, SOCIAL CLUB j instituted | charles town 

j south CAROLINA | VI OCTOBER j MDCCLXIII | 

{JE Elliptical, size 23 by 22|. B. f ?|) [PI. XXV] 1 

897 Tristram Coffin, Nantucket, Mass. 0- tristram coffin the 

FIRST OF THE RACE THAT SETTLED IN AMERICA., full-length figure 

standing facing, in doublet, cloak, ruff and hat, upon a pedestal 
inscribed 1642 
51 DO HONOR TO HIS NAME . BE UNITED ., four hands united to form a 
cross 

{Pewter, size 34. B. fff) [PI. XXVJ 1 

898 Rhode Island, JE. 0- D' F/ugknc/e . americaa-se^ van rohde yland 

..^■fug. ! 1778, view of the island with troops crossing to right. 5^ DE 

ADMIRALS FLAG VAN ADMIRAL HOWE, I 7 79. {B. ||f) 

Armed Neutrality, silver, 1780, as Belts 572, p>- 263. gewapende 
DE UTRALI . TEIT ., a male arm holding a sword, &c. ; 5^ Inscription 
in eight lines, JEHOVAH | WRECKER | der | verbonden [ staaf- 
katharina's holdvrdrag : I zoo . bly't onzyoig I seegezag I 
TOT heyl der volken [ ONGES HONDEC | , the AU-seeing Eye 
in a glory of ray at the top ; and in exergue, in two lines, the 
lower curving to the edge of the medal, M . DCC . LXXX | A . .v . 
baerll 2 

899 John Paul Jones, .11 1779. G *joanni pavlo .tones . classis 

PRAE . fecto * , below, completing the circle, COMITIA. AMERICANA ., 
profile bust of Jones to right ; ^ hostivm navibvs . captis avt 



Second Day 38 

Lot S9d—con{invr(L 

FVGATis, a naval combat, the American ship sailing to right. 

(J- H§) 
Battle off the Doggerbank, oval Medal, in silver, wicn ring, pax 

QVAERITVR . BELLO ., in field to right v . avg . ; iji munificentia ; 

praxciris avriaci, &c. (B. -iff) 
And another, HOEZEE [ DE BRIT . RUIMT ZEE ; Jl Inscription in eight 

lines. (7^.^-) ' 3 

900 Escape of the Dutch Fishing Fleet, 1780, A". O ter . beveyling 

VAX SCHEPENEN VOLK., a cutter sailing to left; ^ 1780 | DEN 29 

DECI I VAN 1 VLAARDING [ VYTCEZEILT | OM ONSE VLOOT VAN | DEN 
OORLOG KENNIS | TE GEVEN . EN OP TE j ONTBIEDE | BEHOODE . 
BINNE I GEKOOMEN | DEN XI . JAN: | 1 78 1, and below A . V. B . 

(B. m) [PI. XXV] 
And another, in silver 2 

901 Recognition of the Independence of the United States, by 

Frisia, 1782, JR. 0- No legend, three standing figures, the centre 
one, in Roman armour, grasps with his right hand the right hand 
of a maiden in Indian costume with plumed head-dress, symbolizing 
America 
J^ Inscription in eight lines, above the inscription a right hand from the 
clouds holds the arms of West Frisia on a crowned shield. (B. f^^) 1 

902 Holland receives John Adams as Envoy, 1782,^. 0- libera 

SOROR.; in exergue, in two lines, SOLEMNI DECR agn . | 19 APR. 
MDCCLXXXII, at the left an armed woman, personating Holland, with 
her right hand grasps that of an Indian queen ; }]i TYRANNIS 
VIRTL'TE REPULSA ; in exergue SUB GALLI/E | , a landscape with a 
high rock at the left. (B. f^!!) 

Treaty of Commerce between Holland and the United 
States, 1782, ^l. 0- favstissimo foedere jvnct.e ., below, com- 
pleting the circle, DIE VII OCT . MDCCLXXXII ., Fame seated on the 
clouds, supporting with her right hand two elliptical shields, the 
one of Holland the other that of the United States ; J^ JUSTINIAM 
ET \( )N TEMNKitE Divos ; in exergue two lines, s . P . Q . amst ., at 
the left is ii pyramidal monument hung with garlands of flowers, 
and on its front a scroll inscribed PRO | DKO | MYS . (B. ^{Il-) 2 

903 American Liberty, 1781, ^'R. libertas amerkana ; in exergue 

4 .UIL 1776, Head of Liberty, with flowing hair and staff with 
lilierty cap behind it; ]J^ NON SINE Dlis ANIMOSOS INFANS.; 
in exergue ] ,; . }■;[, the infant Hercules, on his shield-shaped 
cradle, strangling ,1 serpent in each hand, dec. {B. -lyi;) 
Another, cniqwr (/ill 2 



39 Second Day 

904 Benjamin Franklin, 1783, platinum. 0- benj . franklin natus 

BOSTON XVII JAN, clothed bust of Franklin to left; ^ Inscription of 
four lines, within a wreath of oak, ERIPUIT . CCELO | FULMEN | 
SCRIPTRUMQUE | TYRANNis [ , below the Stems of the wreath, 
in three lines, sculpsit et dicanit | aug . dupre anno | 

MDCCLXXXVI I 

{B.m) [PI. XXVI] 1 

905 Portrait Medallion of Franklin, cast from a terracotta by Nini 1 

906 Medal awarded to Indian Chiefs, 1764. (> georgius iii . 

D . G . M . BRi . FRAN . ET . HiB . REX . F . D ., bust to right laureate, 
in armour, with ribbon of the Garter 
9: HAPPY WHILE UNITED; in exergue 1766, landscape, in the fore- 
ground an officer and an Indian, who holds in his left hand a pipe, 
while with his right he grasps the hand of the officer, who is seated 
on his left. Silver, cast, size 3*1, with loop formed of a pipe and an 
eagle's wing 

{B. nos. 509-510) [PI. XXVIj 

907 Medal awarded to Indian Chiefs, M. Bust of George III in 

armour to right 
5c Royal arms 

(Size 3-2) [PI. XXVI] 

908 Another, M. Bust of king to right, GEORGIUS ill DEI gratia 
9: Royal arms, with ring 

(Size 2-5) [PL XXVI] 1 

909 And another, by T. TFyon, 1814, A\. GEORGIVS . ill DEI GRATIA. 

BRITANNIARVM. REX . F . P ., bust of king in ermine mantle and collar 
of St. George 
}^ Royal arms and supporters, knurled edge and with loop 

(Tancred, 76; size 3-1) [PL XXVI] 1 

910 Two vessels sailing to left, COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON commanded 

BY T. KENDRICK 
51 BY BARRELL 1787 FITTED AT BOSTON IN AMERICA FOR THE 
PACIFIC OCEAN 

Tin [PL XXV] 1 

911 Indian Peace Medals. Medal of Thomas Jefferson, 1801. Bust 

of Jefferson to left, TH. JEFFERSON, president of THE U.S.A. iSoi 

IJi The liands grasped, surmounted by a tomahawk and pipe, crossed 
in field PEACE AND friendship ; thie: medal is composed of tico cUcMs 
united by a broad rim 

size 4 in. [PL XXIV] 1 

912 Anocher, same type, but smaller 

size 2-1 1 



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913 Martin van Buren, 1837. C- martin van buren. president, of 

THE UNIT. STATES; in exergue ad 1837 
Ijl Two hands grasped, surmounted by a tomahawk and pipe, in field 

I'KACE AND FRIENDSHIP 

dze 2 "5, uith ring 1 

914 Another, precisely the same but smaller 1 

size 2 

91.5 Castorland, 1796. M, Female head laureated, crowned with a 
mural crown from which flows a black veil, FRANCO. AMERICANA 

COLONIA CASTORLAND 1 799 

]Jl^ Figure of Ceres standing beside a tree, salve magna, pares. 

size 21 
Another, similar, in bronze 2 

910 Gold Badge of the Beaver Club, beaver club, instituted 
MONTREAL. 1785, underneath in smaller letters industry, per- 
severance, a beaver to left gnawing the bark of a tree 
5c WILLIAM. M''GILLIVRAY, underneath in smaller letters FORTITUDE 
in distress 1784, a boat with four rowers in a rough sea, ring 
for rihbon 
And a Silver Badge in form of a snow-shoe, engraved "Snow Shoe 
club," Instituted 28th Feby. Quebec, 1809 2 

917 Gold Medals of General Washington, Bust of Washington to 

right, GEORGE WASHINGTON ; \Jc Inscription time increases his 
FAME, within a laurel wreath. Gold Medal of President Garfield, 
Bust of Garfield to left ; ^ Inscription J. A. GARFIELD. BORN NOV 19. 
1831. died SEP 19. 1 88 1, within a wreath of corn-ears 2 

918 Gold Medal of Washington, and other Presidents of America, 

Bust of Washington to right, PATER patriae ; 9= luscription A 

MEMORIAL OF THE WASHINGTON CABINET MAY. 1859. Bust of 

Washington, as on preceding piece ; IJi Inscription within wreath, 
iJoRN 1732. DIED 1799. Another with bust of Garfield to left. 
And a fourth with bust of Washington to right 4 

919 Silver Medal of Washington, Bust of Washington to right, 

(;E()i:(;k Washington born feb. 22. 1732. died dec. 14. 1799; 
!;(. Bust of Washington on pedestal, &c. Another, with bust of 

Washington to right, G. WASHINGTON ; IX CUMMISS. RESIGNED : 

I'KESIDKNCV i:eliN(^', laurel wreath with arnas, fiag, wreath, &c. on 
an altar; in exergue 1797. Belt Cliche of the Washington Guards. 
And a Silver Medal coainiemorating the wreck of the Somers off" 
\cvii Cruz, soMHUs NA\is AMEIUCANA, a ship in distress ; in exergue 
ANTE VKKA <iu/ DKc I o"' 1846; l^- A boat going to the relief of 



41 Second Day 

Lot 919 — continued. 

a vessel, PRO viTis americanorum. conservatis. Washington 
Medal in SilveVy the constitution is sacredly obligatory, on 
ALL, Bust of Washington to left; ^ Inscription U.S. MINT, &c. 5 

920 The " Eccleston " Washington Medal, M. Bust of Washington 

to left, general WASHINGTON INSCRIBED TO HIS MEMORY BY D 

eccleston lancaste mdcccv ; ^ Figure of an Indian, the land 
WAS OURS, with inscription in three concentric circles. Another, 
GEORGE WASHINGTON, with bust of Washington to left; Jl In- Ji I 
scription in eleven lines 2 av^ '•"'-'---. 

921 Copper Medal, oliverus hazard . perry . pro patria . vicit . pre- 

sented BY THE GOVERNMENT OF PENSYLVANIA, Bust of Hazard 
in uniform to right ; J^ Ships in engagement, &c. Seventh Jubilee 
of the Great Reformation, Bust of Luther to right; 1^ Inscription. 
Another as above in pewter. Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia (2). 
Irish Republic in America, 1866. Pewter Medal of Washington. 
Free Speech, Free Press, Fremont; &c. 11 

922' Silver Temperance Medal, given to the Chief l b. waubung of 
Muncey Tribe of Delaware Indians on his visit to London, May 7, 
1886. And a Brass Box Compass, presented to Tecumseh by 
General Sir Isaac Brock, Aug. 6, 1812, with Affidavit sworn in the 
High Court of Justice, Ontario 2 

923 Silver Medal to Commemorate the Fourth Centenary of 

the Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus ; 

G Bust of Columbus with emblematical border ; I^ The Genius of 

America supported by Amorini, bearing torches, cornucopia, &c., 

distant view of New York Harbour and City, the whole within a 

border, with shields of the arms of the United States, a very fine 

medal bi/ L. Pogliaghi and A. Cappuccio, size 4 in. And three other j ^ 

Medals of Columbus in bronze, one silvered -1 

924 Gold Medalet or Jetton, French Canadian (1). Two Indians sup- 

porting a shield and crown 
1^ HONOR. NON. PRETIUM, in three lines across the field [PL XXIX] 1 

FRANCE. 

925 Silver. An oval Medallion. Female bust to left, draped and wearing 

radiated coronet 
5t ov VNE ov QVATRE, The Three Graces [PL XXX] 1 

926 Francis and Mary Queen of Scots. Busts facing each other ; 

^ FECIT. VTRA<^UE VNVM. 1 558 {re-strike). Jettons of Louis XIV, 
XV and XVI 13 



Second Day 42 

927 Louis XIV : \y nec. plukibus impar, dunkerca expugnata. 1746, 

(ji'As. t'ONDiDiT. ERVIT. ARCES. Louis XIV aud Charles VI of 
.Spain, struck after the Peace of Rastadt and Baden, 1714 ; &c. 
And another of Louis XIII ; Ijl The Dauphin 6 

928 Napoleon II, Peace of Amiens, 1802; Treaty of Amiens broken by 

England, May, 1803, struck in silver from the Hanoverian Mines ; 
Napoleon II, 181'), Cliches of ohi\ and rer. Napoleon III, Exhibition, 
KSyfi. And a small Badge of the International Shooting Match at 
Liege ; iVc. 7 

929 Napoleon III, N, Coucoun Lhiwersel d' •Agriculture. Reception of Queen 

Victoria at Boulogne, 1855 ; Foundation of the French Yacht Club, 
June, 1857; National Fr-te at Boulogne, 1880; and another for 
the Regatta, 1884 5 

9:30 Napoleon Mi. Proof:s in )<iher and hronze oi the Exhibition, 1855. 
coNCOl IIS UNIVERSAL 1 85 6, Head of Napoleon III to left ; 5^ 
Inscription within wreath, &c. ; on edge name of recipient 2 

9:U Henry IV and Marie de Medicis, M (fjilt), Defeat of the English at 
St. Cast, 1758 ; Execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, by 
KurJdtr ; Louis XVII, on the Foundation of the Town Hall of 
Paris ; Napoleon I, with Chronology of his Reign ; Charles X, 
Coronation ; Napoleon III and the Empress Eugenie, Petder Medals 
of the Peace of Luneville 14 

HOLLAND. 

Gold. 

932 William Karl Henry Friso, on his Installation, by Andeles. Bust 

t'f the Prince in ai-mour to right ; IJi Arms within the Garter, 
crowned, with border of eleven shields [PI. XXVIII] 
And a "Friendship" Token or Medal, with figures of Jonathan aud 
David, 179/) 2 

Silver. 

933 Expedition to England, 1688. Bust of Prince of Orange three- 

(|U;uter to left 
1/ Prince on horseback [PI. XXVII] 2 

U:U William Prince of Orange, IGoO. Ciiild-like bust three-quarter to 
right : I^ h Pluenix, by Jt'iiini Pool. Another of the young Prince, 
child-like bust, Avith j)lunied bonnet to light ; 1^ Inscription com- 
nu-ncing AL LA(; ivuRANCE [PL XXVII and XXVIII] 2 

93.") Medal, by Jlniihnii ; G TKNEl'. .i:(,»l'<)RA. Tl'TA, the old arms of Amster- 
• iain ; I^ The new arms of Amsterdum, within a circle formed of 
the 26 sliii-l<ls of arms, of the Council of Amsterdam. Another 
fi)iined of two CHcIk'S united by a rim. And a Proof in lead 
IPl. XXIXl "' 3 



43 Second Day 

936 Large Silver Medal on the Peace of Utrecht, as regards Spain 

and the United Provinces. And a small one by JJrappentier, on the 
same event "2 

937 William Karl Henry Friso, by Marme, as Stadholder, Captain- 

General and Admiral. Bust of the Prince to right ; $1 Arms of the 
Prince crowned beneath an orange tree in full bearing, at the side 
a small rose tree ; in exergue verklaert. te. utretht. d. 3. may 
1747. William V, Bust of the youthful Prince to left ; 5= Figure 
of the United Provinces offering a crown to the infant Prince, who 
is seated by his mother on a throne. Another on his Accession, 
March 8th, 1766, Bust of the Prince to right; ^ Shield of the 
Prince supported by three amorini 3 

938 William Karl Henry Friso, on his Death (3). William III, Bust 

to right ; ^ The Prince on horseback. William I, King of the 
Netherlands, Arbitration between the English and the Americans. 
Marriage Medal, by Sebastian Dadler. The Dutch Kefugees, In 
Memory of the Benefits conferred by Great Britain and Prussia, 
1805 7 

939 Jettons in silver relating to the Low Countries (10), (one in 

copper). Two small Medals, William Prince of Orange and Princess 
Caroline. A pierced Badge of William the Silent. And another, 
silcer-gilt 15 

940 A large Medal of Rembrandt van Ryn. Bust of Rembrandt 

to left; ^ A representation of his celebrated picture in the 
museum at Amsterdam, incorrectly entitled " The Night Watch " 
A Bronze Medal of Michael de Ruyter; ;^ pugnando . A 
Medal, in bronze, of William III of the Netherlands. And a Jubilee 
Medal of Waterloo, in silver 4 

941 Three Silver Medals and one in Lead of the celebrated 

brothers De Witt, in leather case of book form 4 

942 Silver Medal, by Holtzhey, on the Centenary of the planting of the 

Maypole at the Hague, presented by Lieutenant Antonio Gouzy to 
the members of the Watch [PL XXVIII] 
Medal presented by the Asiatic Company, Batavia, for the Defence of 
Ternate against the English and the Moors, 1799. Medal struck by 
the mint at Hardeswyk, on the birth of William V, 1748. And 
another emblematical of the peaceful condition of Holland, 1781 4 



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Second Day 44 

GERMANY. 

Gold. 

943 Double Thaler, Cologne {see Schulthen-Rechburg, 6848. iaspar- 
MELChl - OR ET + BA - LTASAR - , the three kings with crowns, 
scejjtres and gold cups, standing behind shield with the arms of 
the City of Cologne ; in the inscription the arms of the three 
kings ; in the exergue + o . fqli + coi (0 felix Colonia) 
y, SANGVi'e - hi + ROSEO + REGNA + viDGRe + svpc'na (superna) - + - 
standing on a ship the flags bearing the leopards and roses of 
England and the ermine of Brittany, St. Ursula between her father 
King Deonot of Cornwall and the Pope Cyriacus, also a few of the 
11,000 Virgins ; near the masts, flags with the arms of England and 
Brittany, rare and fine [PI. XXIX] 1 

9-14 MemoPJal Medal of the establishment of the banks in Europe, 1689. 

BANCHORUM IN EUROPA BONO . CUM DEO . ERECTORUM MEMORIA . 

MDCLXXXix., ornamental compartment enclosing the arms of 
Venice, Amsterdam, Hamburg and Nuremberg ; $1 View of the 
City of Hamburg [PL XXIX]. And a Six Ducat Piece of 
Nuremberg 2 

945 Large Gold Medal, by Brahanl, of George Wilhelm Duke of Bruns- 

wick and Luneberg, GEORG . wiLH . D.G. DUX . BR . ^ LUN ., Bust 
of the duke in armour draped to right 
l;l QUO . FAS. ET . GLORIA . DUCENT ., a horse prancing to left; in 
exergue 1690 [PI. XXIX] 1 

946 Silver. Religious Medal, by 7/ft?isitmi/irtr(^^, 1.538. O The adoration 

of the Magi ; Ipl Parable of the Burning Bush. And a satirical 
Medal, the Pope and the Devil 2 



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LOT 

947 Oval Medallion, in silver, by P. V., 1612. Female bust to left, hair ^ 

elaborately dressed, the shoulders lightly draped, ne glorieris in . cf 
CRASTINVM. [PI. XXX] 1 ^ 

948 Thalep of Maximilian I, 1505. maximilianvs . dei . gra . romanor , Q 

REX , SEMPER . AVGVSTVS . 

^ XPIA . REGNOR . &c., Imperial arms surrounded by four shields 1 

949 Silver Medals of Sophia Dorothea, by H. Hannibal, on her marriage. 

Bust of the Princess to right ; 9= Rainbow, rising sun, &c. Another 
of Frederic II and Magdalene Augusta ; Duke and Duchess of 
Saxe Gotha ; and George William Duke of Brunswick 3 

950 Geopg Ludwig, Duke of Brunswick, &c., and Elector, by Fait: ; 

5^. NEC ASPERA . TERREXT . Another of Elizabeth Crown Princess 
of Prussia, by Voigt, on her entry into Berlin on her marriage 
Nov. 28, 1823. And a Marriage Medal of Fr. William of Prussia 
and the Princess Royal, &c. 4 

951 Accession Medals of Prince Frederic William, William II. Samoa 

Conference Thaler. Marriage of William II and Princess Victoria 
Schleswig-Holstein. And a Souvenir Medal of the Conference of 
Berlin, 1878, with portraits of the Ambassadors 9 

952 Third Jubilee of the Conference at Augsburg, 1830. John 

Calvin. Souvenir of the Reformation, 1813. Henry Bullinger, 
Zvingler, Erasmus, &c. 7 

953 Medals of Gessner, Luther, and the Jubilee in Berne of the Evan- 

gelical Church, 1888, William II, Schutz-Couferenz at Berlin, &c. 6 

954 William IV of England as King of Hanover; $1 The Waterloo 

Column at Hanover. Memorial Medal of the Marriage between 
Frederic Landgrave of Hesse and Maria Princess of Great Britain, 
1740. A Satirical Medal on the Pretender, 1745-1746. And a 
Coin in memory of Henry, VIII Bishop of Fulda, &c. 5 



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DENMARK. 

Dor) Peace of Munster. Bust of King Frederic three-quarters to right, 

within elaborate border, fridericus . D, G. DAN . NORW, &c. ; 

^ ^ ( <^ ]^ Figure of Peace seated, holding a sun, her foot resting on a globe, 

the whole within a radiate border, seht . wieder ,, &c., a very fine 
oval medal 1 

95G Fnedeplc 111, Attack on Copenhagen by the Swedes, and Peace of 
1660. Memorial Medal, 1801-1804 2 

957 A German Satirical Medal on the Peace of Utrecht (1), non 

ADIUTOR SED GUSTOS, Figure emerging from a barrel to left, to 
right two figures fighting, in background an attack upon a burning 
^ ,' - i r " Pa^a^^e 

I^ NEG . SPES . NEC ULLA POTESTAS, &c., to right a goat thrusting his 
head through the side of a barrel, to left an elephant holding a 
torch, view of city in flames in background, very rare 1 

*^* From the Leycester collection. 

958 Two oval Silver Plaques, mounted in turned wood frames, en- 

graved with portraits of a lady and gentleman in the costume of 
the period of Queen Elizabeth, German or Dutch work, size 3| in. 
hy 2^ in. exclusive of frames. And a small Memorial Locket mounted 
upon a silver plate, K. over two hearts conjoined, below inseparable 
in twisted gold wire, upon a groundwork of woven hair, the whole 
under a facetted crystal 3 

AUSTRALIAN, COLONIAL, &c. 

959 Gold Medal of the Industrial Exhibition of Toronto. Jugate busts 

of the Prince and Princess of Wales within wreath to left ; Jl The 
arms of Canada and four medallions representing Art, Manufactures 
and Agriculture, edge inscribed awarded . FOR ABSOLUTE purity, 
&c. IN CANADIAN MANUFACTURE. Silver Medal of the Melbourne 
Exhibition ; Head of Queen Victoria ; 1^ viTAM . EXCOLVERE per 
ARTES within wreath. And another of a similar type but smaller 3 

960 Gold Medal on the Establishment of the Sydney branch of the 
Royal Mint. VICTORIA regina, Head of the Queen to left 

1^ Royal arms, kc. 1 

9G1 Gold Enamelled Star of the Caledonian Society of Otago. Figure 
of St. Andrew with his cross; lA engraved H.R.H. DUKE OF edin- 
I'.URGii . CALEDONIAN SOCIETY . 1 869. Gold Medal of the Sydney 
Garden Palace first International Exhibition, 1879-1880. View of 
Exhibition building ; Jl Arms. And a gilt Badge of the Melbourne 
Juvenile Industrial Exhibition, 1879 3 



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962 M. An engraved Prize Medal or Badge, Australian College, 

presented to J. F. Josephson, 1826. A First-Class Railway Pass, 
1883. Sydney Exhibition, as the gold piece in last lot. Wellington, 
N.Z., Jubilee of the Foundation of the Colony Medal by Shire of 
Maiden on the Jubilee, 1887. And Twenty copper-gilt Medals of 
Australia, &c. 25 

963 Silver Medal of the King of Oude. This medal was struck to com- 

memorate the assumption of the title of King by the Prince who 
had previously held the title of Nawab- Vizier ; Portrait of Ghazi- 
ud-din Hyder crowned, around the margin inscription in Persian 
1^ Royal arms of the King of Oude within Persian inscription 
[pi. XXIV] 1 

964 Philip 11 of Spain, by Po(7$'m, philippvs d.g. hispaniarvm . p:t . Jp 

ANGLL-E. REX., bust of Philip to left, in armour, ruff and mantle, -^ ' • — i 'C 
wearing the order of the Golden Fleece ' 

]^ HINC . NON . DECIDET . , Bellerophon on Pegasus spearing the 

Chimera {Arniand, vol. i, p. 238, no. 3) [PI. XXVIII] 1 

965 Silver Medallion, A"F7;(/4 Cew/ur?/. Head of Heracles to right 

9: Lichas bringing the poisoned shirt to Heracles ; in exergue h.b. 
MON. and an eagle [PI. XXX] 1 

966 Prince Eugene on the Capture of Cremona, 1702. Another on his 

death. A Medal on the Peace of Utrecht, with bust of Louis XIV 
and Charles V. And a modern Medal of St. George 4 

967 Medal of Charles I ; ^ Royal arms engraved. Oval Medallion, 

Bust of Queen Anne. A " sede vacante " Medal of Henry Cardinal 
Duke of York, 1769. Various Badges, &c. 9 

968 Eighteen Medals, in silver, of the Dukes and Electors of Bavaria, 

from Otto the Third to Maximilian the Third, in proof condition, in 
stamped leather case 18 

969 Dassier's Medals of Reformers 22 

970 Twenty-two Medals in silver of the Kings and Queens of England, 

by Dassier ; and others, by the same artist, of Bacon, JMilton and 
Selden 25 

VARIA. 

r 

971 A pierced Silver Box, the top and bottom with medallion heads of ^ 

Charles I and Henrietta Maria, containing 30 Counters in the style "^ "S C' 
of Simon de Passe 1 

972 A Cylindrical Box, top and bottom engraved with flowers, containing 

36 Counters, similar to last 1 

973 Forty Counters, similar, without box 42 



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974 An oval Gold Box, the lid pierced and chased, having in the centre 
a portrait medallion of Charles I, inscribed around, VIVAT REG. 
CVRRAT LEX FLOREAT GREX, above two amorini supporting a crown 
beneath sun's rays, inscribed VIDEO, below, lion and unicorn, and 
at sides, fleur-de-lis and heart crowned 1 

97") Another box, almost identical, in silver 1 

976 A large oval Cameo, on Oriental onyx, of two strata, white upon 
brown, carved with St. George attacking the dragon, of exceedingly 
bold work, circa 17 th Century [PL XXX] 1 

977 A smaller Cameo, of Oriental onyx, of two strata, white upon a 
slate coloured ground, representing within a reserved border, 
St. George spearing the dragon 1 

978 A small enamelled Locket, with border of knots in blue, with gold 
sexafoil ornaments, containing an enamelled miniature portrait of 
Oliver Cromwell, the back inscribed o. c. 1653, in black letters on 

a blue ground 1 

97i» A Peach Stone, carved and coloured, with portrait of Charles I 
"* \Ji St. George within the garter above, a crown with C. R. at sides, 

mounted in gold as a pendant 1 

^ ^ 980 A heart-shaped Locket of gold, containing a miniature portrait 
• ^ of Charles I on ivory, painted at back with a skull and cross-bones 1 

981 A tortoiseshell Medallion Portrait of Charles I ; and two 

circular ivory Medallions, with portraits of Sir Henry Irving and 
Sir Alfred Tennyson 3 

982 A Gold Medal, presented by the Harbdur Masters Department, 

- l!:> PRESENTED BY THE CANTON BOARD OF PILOTS TO CAPTAIN W. S. 

* HODDERS, 25 DECR. 1870 

U A jiink and Chinese legend [PL XXIX] 1 

983 A circular Gold Medal, with the head of Christ to left, a cross 

behind ; R Hebrew inscription in five lines [PL XXX.] ; and a 
pear-shaped Badge with dentelled border, representing on one side, 
the Nativity, and on the others, the Baptism in the Jordan 1 

984 A Gold Medal, of oval form, with bust of Mary Tudor, after Trezzo, 
\. •- " I ^ within an elaborate border of roses 

\Ji A pomegranate between the letters M .R., the whole within similar 

border [See PLATE] 1 

f '.t85 Gold Medal on the Peace of Ryswick, Peace holding a caduceus, 

reclines at the foot of an olive tree ; in exergue, TRANQUILITAS 
iiEDUX, below, a star, nunquam violetur. ab /EVO 
U The globe, marked EUP.OPA, with a large crack in it, which Mercury 




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Lot 985 — continued. 

and Peace are striving to close by placing across it an olive branch, 
NE TOTA DEHISCAT ; in exergue, PAX RYSWICK. CONCL. MEDIANT. 
SVECIA. 1697 {Med. III. \^\), very rare arid apparently unpublished 
in gold [PI. XXX] 1 

986 Gold Medal of St. George, modern. Another of the Royal 

Standard Benefit Society. Small Medallion of Murat. A German 

Religious Medal. A Ducat. Two miniature gold Grosses, enamelled, 
&c. 8 

987 King's Messenger Badge of William IV, Royal arms painted, 

surrounded by national flowers, w. iv. r. above, the whole within ^^ / { 
the garter crowned, from which is suspended a silver greyhound, 
fine and rare 1 

988 An oval Gold Plate, delicately engraved with portrait of Mary y 

Queen of Scots, by G. Veriue, below the bust is engraved the ._. j^ -v 

following inscription, Co//ec. 1^ Mead, 3I.D. MA. SCOT, reg.a inJ ^ 
Mr. incUit, G. Virtue, size 3^ in. by 2| in. [See PLATE] 1 

989 A silver Medal, Municipal badge of Thetford, interimpaled arms of 

Sir Joseph Williamson, M.P. for this ancient borough, and Secretary p 
of State under Charles II, 1878, viz. impaled shield of arms in_ 
centre of a displayed eagle with motto, svb vmbra. alarvm. tvarvm. 
$1 The arms of Thetford, and around ANTIQ. bvrgvs. de thetford. 
Sir J. W. also endowed a charity (known as Williamson's Charity), 
for founding a girls' grammar school at Thetford [See PLATE] 1 

990 A silver Medal, 3^ in., with long chain, engraved on one side, 

from the Honble. Court of Policy of the Colony of Berbice, to the ^ 

negro "February" of plan no. 19, West Sea Coast, as an 

acknowledgment of his faithful services to the Colony Berbice, ""^^ 1 1 "^ I O — 

anno 1814. There was a conspiracy amongst the black slaves to 

murder the whole of the white population. One faithful slave 

named " February" at the last moment exposed the whole conspiracy 

to the Government, and was rewarded by the Government of British 

Guiana, with the above medal and a sum of money. The owner 

of the slave was Mr. McCalmont, uncle or great uncle of the late 

Hugh McCalmont, M.P. [See PLATE] 1 

991 Two engraved Medals of Oliver Cromwell (1) Bust of Cromwell - 

to left, mounted on a mashtub to right, the arms of the Protec- 
torate attached to wall to left, brewing implements above, Cromwellui — *;■ < i_^ — . ^ T 
Victor PerduelUs ; l;l Masaniello standing to right, holding a fishing f 

net, troops and burning house in background, Masanel/o yanus es 
rebellis. (2) Oliver Cromwell on horseback to left, OLiVARivs. 
cromweilvs. mahometi. consobrine ; l;l A Turk trampling upon 

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I,<»T 991 — conthned. 

the cross by his side, a monk, Turkish tents and troops in back- 
ground, ccce Jam planam Mala Machiantem, ^Dtice Me jubente, size 2^ in. 
[Sec PLATE] 2 

992 A Gold Plate and three Silver Plates, engraved in imitation of 
Simon i'ttsxe. A Badge of Charles I in gold ; and a Medal of same, 

all false 6 

L _ ^ , 993 A Modern Cast, in gold, of the Medal of Mary Stuart, by Primavera, 

j^ -^ ^\ "" * *- and three other gold Medals, all fedse i 

^ 9<)4 False Medals, in gold, of Charles I and Elizabeth 3 

/ 995 Two Modern Struck Medals, in gold, for Trafalgar, 1805 2 

'. V O ~ 99G Modern Reproductions, in sdver, of Medals of Elizabeth, Mary, 

Philip of Spain, William Parkhurst, Charles I, &c, 31 

997 Another lot, similar, of Henry VIII, Mary Stuart, Elizabeth, Earl of 

Leicester, Edward VI, James I 31 

998 Another lot, similar, including some foreign medals 31 

999 Silver Medals, &c. Opening of the Liverpool and Manchester 

Eailroad ; Elizabeth, Duchess of York; Clerkenwell Church, 1600 
and 1788; Coronation Medal of George II : Thaler of Nuremberg; 
a " Jernigan " Medal ; a false Dollar of Mary and Henry Darnley ; 
&c. 20 

1000 Pattern Pieces, in silver, bronze and petvter, of Lilivocalaniae, sister 

of the Queen of the Sandwich Islands and Alphonso XIII of Spain. 
Dollar and Half Dollar of Philip II of Spain, with English titles. 
Set of Whist Counters, in case; &c. 11 

1001 Forty-one Bronze Medals of the principal Cathedrals of the 

World, by /. JViener of Brussels, in mahogany case 1 

1002 Anne of Denmark, 1616. Bust of Anne, three-quarters to left, 

hair adorned with jewels, her lace collar stiff, and dress open in 
front ; above, crown 
I;l Armorial shield of Anne, from a medal by Simon Passe 
{Med. in. I, v/') 
*^* The only one which has been met with is in copper, in the British 
Museum. 

1003 Various Coins, Medals, Jettons, &c. a parcel 

1004 Bronze Medals of The Centennial Exhibition, Melbourne (2); 

The Great Exhibition, 1851 (2); Visit of the German Emperor, 
1889; one of (^)ue(n Victoria, 1889; one to Commemorate the 
Visit of H.K.H. Duke of Cambridge to Birmingham, 1857; 
Exhibition of London, 1862; &c. 17 



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1005 Liverpool transfer enamel Portrait ot Peter the Great of Russia, 

in red. Enamel Portrait of William IV, by Duponf. Circular 
Medallion, carved in pear-tree, with male portrait. Ati ivory- 
Medallion of Louis XIV. And two Tassie portrait Medallions of 
Lieutenant-Colonel John Small of the 84th, who became Major- 
General in 1794 (354) ; the last three framed 6 

1006 The original Wax Models for Portrait Medals, by L. C. Wyon, of 

seven of the Children of the late Queen Victoria 7 



SCOTTISH COINS. 

1007 David I. Sterlings or Pennies of the degraded cross fleury type 

{Burns, fig. 18) 3 

1008 Others, similar, of the treasure fleury type (Burns, fig. 34) 3 

1009 Others, similar, of the Edinburgh mint 3 

1010 William the Lion. Sterlings or Pennies, reverse cross potent, 

with crescent and pellet in each angle, of the Perth mint. Others 
of the Hue Walter type 6 

1011 Alexander 11. Sterling or Penny, crowned bust with sceptre to 

right, Roxburgh mint, T. PiERES ON roqrn. (Burns, fig. 70) ; -• ^ / ^ 

Pollexfen collection, pierced and plugged 1 

1012 Alexander III. Sterling or Penny, of the second coinage, long 

double cross, stars of six points in each angle, struck at Ayr, . ^ '^ C^ 

SIMON ON H^E (see Burns, 33a) 1 

1013 Alexander III. Sterling or Penny, of the third coinage, struck at 

St. Andrews, fine and rare 1 

1014 Alexander III. Sterling or Penny, of the long double cross 

coinage, struck at Berwick, Walter on ber. (Burns, fig. 83a) 1 

1015 Alexander III. Sterlings or Pennies, of the long double cross type, 

both of the Berwick mint 2 

1016 Alexander III. Sterlings or Pennies, both of the Berwick mint 

(Burns, figs. 84a and 93c) 2 

1017 Others of the Roxburgh, Berwick and Perth mints, varied 3 

1018 Alexander III. Sterling or Penny, of the fourth coinage, ALetX- 

ANDQR . D0I : SIA., Crowned head, to right, with sceptre 
$1 -jiO' €(saossi€( i REX : Cross potent extending to edge of coin with 
mullets of six points in the angles, very fine, of the highest rarity 1 

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1019 Alexander III. Sterlings or Pennies, one reading asaossie Rax, 

the others Rax saOTTORVM. 3 

1020 John Baliol. Sterlings or Pennies, one a smooth surface, rqx 

saoTTORVM, with mullets of five points in the second and third 
quarters, and stars of five points in first and fourth. And another 
of the St. Andrew's mint, two mullets of five points and two stars 
of six points in the reverse 2 

1021 John Baliol. Sterling or Penny, ►}< : i . di . gra sqotorum rx, 
J - I C ~ Crowned head of king with sceptre, to left 

9> aiviTAS SANDRQQ, Long cross with two mullets of five points, and 
stars of six points in the quarters, Jine, arid of the highest rarity 1 

1022 David II. Groats of the Edinburgh mint, one with B behind the 

head, and one with a star of six points 5 

1023 David II. Groat, Half Groats and Pennies of the Edinburgh mint, 

all having a D in one angle of the reverse. And three Pennies of 
the RQX saOTOREM type 7 

1024 Robert III. Gold. Heavy Demy lion or Demy, »{* robqrtus 

DQi . G . Rax saOTO, escutcheon with Scottish arms 
Jl XPa . RQGNAT . xpa VINQIT, saltire or St. Andrew's cross extending 
to outer beaded border, fieur-de-lis to right and left, and trefoils in 
upper and lower angles, fine and rare 1 

1025 Robert III. Light lion robqrtus dq.graqia rqx saoT, crowned 

escutcheon 
|l DNS P . TsaxOR . MS LIQBAT, St. Andrew without cross, the saint is 
beardless and without nimbus, fleur-de-lis on either side, rare 1 

1026 Robert III. Groats of the Perth and Aberdeen mints, /Ac /a/Zer t'ery 

rare. And a Halfpenny of the Perth mint, excessively rare 3 

1027 James I. Gold Demy, \<b^ iaoobvs dqi . graoia rqx sao, Scot- 

tish lion on a lozenge-shaped shield ; 9> •{• SALVVM popvlvm . 
TVVM, saltire cross between two fleurs-de-lis with an orle fleurie, 
type with large quatrefoils with large pellets in the centre, small 
saltire in upper angle of cross, and pellet in lower angle, fine. 
A Half Demy, very rare and fine 2 

1028 James I. Groats and two Pennies of the Edinburgh mint, &c. 5 

1029 James II. Gold Demys, iaqoevs ° dqi graqi ° rqs 8, a Scottish 

lion on a lozenge-shaped shield 
Jl F^ SALVVM . + FAu POPVLVM I . TVVM . A . » ., a saltire cross 
between two fleurs-de-lis within an orle fleurie, and pellet in lower 
angle of cross, rrry fine and rare 2 



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1030 James II. Gold Lion, \fy lAaoBVs dqi gra . rqx soottorvm, 

JScottish arms on a crowned shield, with fleur-de-lis on either 
side 
^ XPa RQGNAT XPa viNoiT., St. Andrew nimbed and bearded upon 
his cross, at either side a crowned fleur-de-lis, fine and scarce 1 

1031 James II. Gold Lienor Scottish Crown, ^ lAaOBVS d . GRAaiA . 

RQX saOTOR, Scottish anus in crowned shield and a crown on either 
side of escutcheon 
^ X SALVVM . FAa POPVLVM TVVM., St. Andrew on his cross, with 
fleur-de-lis on either side, the Saint is bearded, but without nimbus, 
fine 1 

1032 James II. Gold Lion or Scottish Crown, x lAaOBVS Dgi . gra 

RQX saOTTORVM., type as preceding 
Jl X SALVVM FAa POPVLVM TVVM., St. Andrew on his cross as on 
preceding piece, very fine 1 

1033 James III. Gold Unicorn, «J) exvGAT . Da ei disipqnt , nimioi 

E., unicorn as before 
]^ '^ EXVRGAT DS €(T DisiPQT . iNMioi . ES., Star wavy, as before, fine 
and rare 1 

1034 James III. Gold Half Unicorn, '^ LA.aOBVS De(i . graqia rqx .. 

SCOTO, type as preceding r-t: ^ < ^. 

9- "^ fiXVRGAT . DS . ET DISIPQNT . INIM., rare 1 

1035 James III. Gold Rider of the first issue, iaqobvs dqi gra rqx 

saOTOR., King armed cap-a-pie, helmet crowned, on horseback to _ 

right, sword in right hand ■ - Jo 

i^ SALVVM FAa POPVLVM . TVVM DNQ., crowned shield of arms with 
double^tressure displayed upon a cross-pattee, six fleurs-de-lis in 
crown, fine and rare 1 

1036 James III. Three Groats of the Edinburgh mint. A Plack of 

James IV ; a Farthing of same. Groat and Half Groat of the 
Edinburgh mint; ];l Thistle-head and mullet of six points 7 

1037 James V. Gold Crown, iaqobvs v dqi gra rqx sqotorvm. 

arms of Scotland crowned between two saltire crosses, five pellets . ,^ . (" 
on band of crown 
51 CRVaiS ARMA SQQVAMVR., filletted cross fleurettee, with open quatre- 
foil in centre, and a thistle-head in each quarter, 7?ne and scarce 1 

1038 James V. Gioat of Hochstetter's coinage, first type {Burns, fig. 708). 

Thirds of Groats (3). Plack of Edinburgh ; Bawbee and Half 
Bawbee of same town 7 



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1039 Mary. Gold Forty-Four Shilling Piece or Lion of 1553, x maria 
X ' > ^ DEI GRA R scOTORVMj crowned shield with i.e. at sides 

P> X DiLiGiTE IVSTICIAM, 1 553, MARIA REGINA, in monogram, under 
crown, large cinquefoil on either side, fine and rare 1 

1010 Mary. Gold Twenty-two Shilling Piece or Half Lion, 1553, MARIA 

D G R SCOTORVM, type as preceding 

' \)^ DILIGITI IVSTICIAM . M . R ., in monogram, between two cinquefoils 

and under crown, fine and scarce 1 

' 1041 Mary. Twenty-two Shilling Piece or Half Lion, similar to last, but 

reads on obv. mari, very fine and scarce 1 

1042 Mary. Testoons, 1555, x maria dei g scotor. regina, m under 

crown, between two thistle-heads crowned ; Jl DILICIE DNI COR 
HVMILE ; and a Half Testoon, same type, but dated 1555. Others 
of 1557 and 1558, maria dei g scotor regina 1557, Scottish 
escutcheon crowned between M. R, an annulet under the M. R ; 
Ipl \^ INVERTVTI TVA. LIBERA. ME, large cross potent,with small cross 
potent in each angle. Half Testoons, same type, of 1556 (2) 8 

1043 Francis and Mary. Testoons of 1560 and 1561, + fran et ma 

D G RR. FRANCO. SCOTORO, crowned escutcheon with the arms 
impaled with those of Scotland, to right a saltire cross, to left a 
plain cross ; 1^ VICIT. LEO DE TRIBV. IVDA, &c., F. M. in monogram 
between a lis and a thistle crowned. Half Testoon of same type. 
And four Nonsunts, dated 1558 and 1559 8 

•-) ^ 1044 Mary (First Widowhood), 156M565. Testoon, 1561, maria. del 

GRA. SCOTORVM. REGINA, draped bust to left, hair with long queue 
partially enclosed in cap, the border plaited with jewels., below 
the bust a cartouche with the date 1561 
Jl + SALVVM. FAC. POPVLVM. TVVM. DOMINE, crowned cscutcheou 
with arms of France half effaced by those of Scotland, a crowned 
M at each side, four pellets on fillet or band of crown {fig. 897, 
no. 2, p. 333) 1 

1045 Mary and Henry, 1565-1567. Ryal, Two-thirds of Ryal, and One- 

third of Kyal, all dated 1565, -1- maria tj- henric. dei gra r tj- 
R scoTuiiv, Shield of Scotland crowned between two thistle-heads 
\}. 8 EXViiGAT DEVS t|' dissipentb. inimici. EI, palm tree with land 
tortoise creeping up the trunk, and a scroll inscribed DAT. GLORIA 
VIRES, and below date 1565, //we atid scarce 3 

1046 Mary and Henry. Ryals (2), similar, dated 1565 and 1566; and a 

One-third Kyul, <lated 1565 3 

1047 Mary and Henry. Kyal of 1566; and another of 1567, struck 

during her second widowliood, tlic former very fine 2 



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1048 Billon Coinage. Bawbees of the Edinburgh mints; Pennies of 

the Edinburgh mints, with baby-faced bust of the queen, Hard- 
heads, &c. 14 

1049 Jettons, M. 1579, maria dei g, scotor regina, Arms of Scotland 

crowned : ^ viRESCiT VVLNERE VIRTVS, a hand from clouds pruning 
a withered branch from a vine. MARIA D G SCOTOR regina FRAN 
DOI, shields of France and Scotland impaled and crowned ; ^ MEA 
SIC. MiHi. PROSVNT, a vine, one branch withered, the other receiving 
water from an urn above in clouds. JSi, O as the last ; R as of the 
first. And another of 1560, MARIA D G FRANCOR. SCOTOR REG, 
&c., crowned shield of France dimidiated, impaling Scotland and 
England, quarterly; ^ ALIAMQUE MORATVR. 1560, two crowns of 
different sizes, and above the other between the earth and clouds 
in which appears the third crown composed of stars, rare 4 

1050 James VI. Gold Thistle Noble, ^ lACOBVS 6. del gratia, rex 

SCOTORVM, ship charged with crowned escutcheon bearing the arms 
of Scotland, below a small thistle-head, flags at stem and stern, 
with I. 6 

9) «0> florent. scept. pus, regna his iova DAT nvmeratq, within 
an ornamental quatrefoil, a thistle displayed upon a saltire cross, 
with crown at end of each limb, crowned lions rampant within the 
arcs, and thistle-heads outside tressure {fig. 951, no. 1, p. 392), fitje 
and rare 1 

1051 James VI. Gold Sword and Sceptre or Six Pound Piece, 1604 tS" 

lACOBVS. 6. D.G.R. SCOTORVM, crowned escutcheon with arms of / 

Scotland ^ 7 — / A 

^ O SALVS POPVLVM. SVPREMA. LEX , sword and sceptre in saltire, in""-^ >S ' ^ 

the upper angle a double arched crown, and in the lower angle the 
date 1604, to right and left a thistle head (p. iOO), fine and veri/ 
rare 1 

1052 James VI. Gold Unit of second issue, | iacobvs. d.g. mag. brit. a 

FRAN. & HIB. REX., crowned half-length figure of the king to right, ^ 
wearing elaborately decorated armour, and holding sceptre and orb "^t T — . T 
$1 V FACIAM. EOS. IN. GENTEM. VNAM., garnished shield of arms ♦ 

crowned, the Scottish arms first and fourth quarterly at sides of 
shield L R. {fig. 990, no. 4, p. 434), fine I 

1053 James VI. Gold Double Crown or Half Unit, $ iacobvs. d.g. ^ 

MAG. BRIT. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX., crowned bust of king wearing 
armour to right 
9: y HENRICVS. ROSAS. REGNA. IACOBVS., plain shield of arms crowned, 
the Scottish arms first and fourth quarterly, and I. R. at sides of 
shield {p. 434), fine and of the highest raritij 1 



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1054 James VI. Gold British Crown or Quarter Unit, 9 .lA. DG. MAG. 

BRIT. FKAN. ET. HIB. REX., crowned bust of king wearing armour to 
~ ' ^ right 

^ I HKNRicvs ROSAS. REGXA. lACOBVS., plain shield of arms 
crownetl, the Scottish arms first and fourth quarterly, and i. R. at 
sides of shield, fine and of the higJiest rariti/ 1 

1055 James VI. Silver Ryal or Thirty -Shilling Piece, 1567, + •/ iacobvs. 

6 DEI gratia, rex. scotorvm .*. , crowned escutcheon with the arms 
of Scotland between i. R., both crowned 
yc .*. PRO. MEI. SI. MEREOR. IN. ME.*., an Upright sword with crown 
at point ; in field, left, a hand pointing to the value of the coin, 
XXX, right, and below, the date 1567 (fig. 921, no. 3, p. 350) ; and 
another counterniarked with the crown and thistle 2 

10.16 James VI. Two others, similar, of 1569 and 1571, the former 
counterniarked with the crown and thistle 2 

1057 James VI. Kyal or Thirty-Shilling Piece, similar to the preceding, 
date 1571. Two-Thirds of Ryal, dated 1570. And a One-third 
Ryal, dated 1568, all countermarked with a crown and thistle 3 

105S James VI. Half Merks or Nobles, dated 1572, 1573 and 1577, 
4- iacobvs. 6. DEI GRATIA. REX. SCOTORVM., crowned escutcheon 
with arms of Scotland, value at sides, 6-8 ; 9= 'i' SAL\TM. FAC. 
POPVLYM. TVVM. DNE, a cross Composed of four fleurettee, with 
lozenge compartment in centre, containing a star of five points, and 
having first and fourth a crown, and second and third thistle-head, 
very fine. Quarter-Merks, similar to above, dated 1572 5 

1059 James VI. Two-Merk Piece or Thistle Dollar, 1579, iacobvs 6. 
\( o DEI. G. REX. SCOTORVM, ci'owned escutcheon with Scottish arms 

U ^ NEMO. ME. IMPVNE. LACESSET, 1 5 79, a thistle between I. R. 
{fig. 9, no. 30, /*. 360), ^Hg and extremely rare 1 

1060 James VI. Sixteen-shilling Piece, 1581, -1- IACOBVS •• 6 DEI GRATIA 

HEX SCOTORVM, Crowned escutcheon with arras of Scotland 
/ ~ H- U + NEMO . ME . IMPVNE. LACESSET. 1581, Crowntnl thistle with I-R • 

at side.<, an annulet below with stalk of thistle 

{fig. 730r, no. la, 2>. 61), cxtrcuuhi rare 1 

lOGl James VI. Eight-fchilling Piece, 1581, -f- lACoBVS . 6 . DEI . GRATIA 
j / REX SCOTORVM., Crowned escutcheon with arms of Scotland 

^ NEMO . ME IMPVNE . LACESSKT 1 58 1., Crowned tliistlt- with I-R ■ at 
sides, annulet below stem of thistle 

{ii>i. l/>, i>. :iC}i), Jine, and of the highed rarity 1 



57 Third Day 

1062 James VI. Thirty-shilling Pieces of 1582-1583, iacobvs . 6 . dei 
GRATIA REX . SCOTORVM, Half-length figure of the king, crowned 
and in armour, to left, holding sword, the point of which breaks 
the inner dotted circle 
$1 . -f HONOR . REGIS . iVDiciVM . DiLiGiT • 1 582., Crowned escutcheon 
with arms of Scotland, at sides of escutcheon i-R., and below in 
single line the value xxx-s. 

{fig. 932, no. I, p. 3Q9), fine 1 

i063 James VI. Ten-shilling Piece, 1582, iACOBVS_ 6 DEI gratia rex. 
SCOTORVM, Half-length figure of the king to left, crowned and in 
armour, holding upright sword in right hand, the point of which 
extends beyond inner dotted circle 
Jl HONOR, regis 'IVDICIVM. DILIGIT., Crowned escutcheon with arms 
of Scotland, i-R. and value x. s. at sides 

(fig. 936, no. 1, p. 376), fine and rare 1 

1064 James VI. Balance Half-Merks, 1591 and 1592, Ten-shilling Pieces 

of 1594-1598 and 1599, iacobvs 6.D.G.R SCOTORVM., Bare-headed 
bust of king to right, in armour ; ^ NEMO . ME IMPVNE LACESSIT., 
Thistle head with three blooms beneath a small arched crown, fine 5 

1065 James VI. Ten-shilling Pieces, 1593 and 1594, similar to the pre- 

ceding; Five-shilling Pieces of 1599 and 1600; a Thirty and 
Twelve-penny Piece, same type; Bawbees, &c., some very fine 12 

1066 James VI. Thirty-shilling Piece or Half Crown Sterling, first issue, 

^ IACOBVS . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN & HIB . REX, King crowned and 
in armour, on horseback to right, sword in right hand, crowned 
thistle head upon housing of horse ; $1 ^ QV.E . DEVS . CONivxxiT . 
NEMO . SEPARET, Garnished shield of arms, those of Scotland in the 
second quarter {fig. 917, p. 418), fine and very rare. Twelve-shilling 
Piece or One Shilling Sterling, usual type. A Six-shilling Piece or 
Sixpence Sterling, dated 1613; and a small Weight (?), by ^m^, 
I-R. at sides of a thistle-head ; $1 ilii 8.4.0.^., the whole under 
crown, initial of engraver in field 4 

1067 Charles I. Gold Unit, second issue, 1637, hy JBriot, « m carolvs. 

Di G . MAG . BRITAN . FRAN ET . HIB REX, Half-length figure of king, 
crowned and in armour elaborately decorated, to right, holdirig 
sceptre and orb 
51 HIS . PR^SVM . VT . PROSIM, Plain shield of arms, crowned, between 
C-R. crowned, the arms of Scotland first and fourth quarterly 
{fig. 1032, no. 4, p. 482), very fine 1 



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1068 Charles I. Gold Half Unit, by Briot, car . d . g . MAG brit fran . 
— ' ET . HiB . REX., Crowned bust of the king, wearing armour, scarf 

and plain turned-down collar, to left, the king has the English 
crown, small B under shoulder 

51 o vnita o tvemvr.. Plain shield, crowned (Scottish crown), plain 
C.R. crowned, the Scottish arms first and quarterly 

{fig. 1034, ?w. 5, 2>. 483), very fine 1 

1069 Charles I. Gold Quarter Unit or British Crown, car . d . gmag • 
»■ > "^ BRIT . FR . ET . HIB . REX., Bust of king, wearing English crown, to 

left, B under shoulder 
9, as Half Unit 1 

1070 Charles I. Three-pound Piece, Scottish, or Crown Sterling, 
/ S CAROLVS . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . & HIB., King crowned and in 

*- armour, on horseback, to right, holding sword in right hand, 

housing with crowned thistle head 
Ijl ^ QVAE . DEVS . CONIVNXIT . NEMO . SEPARET., Garnished shield of 
arms, those of Scotland first and fourth quarterly 

{fig. 996, 110. 1, p. 442), fine 1 

1071 Charles I. Three-pound Piece Scottish or Crown Sterling, hy Briot, 

— 1 ^ CAROLUS . D . G . MAGN BRITANN FRANC . ET HIBERN REX ., king 

on horseback to left 
!> QU.^ DEUS CONIVNXIT NEMO SEPARIT . | ., escutcheon under 
Scottish crown, Scotch arms first and fourth quarterly, very fine and 

scarce 1 

1072 Charles I. Thirty-shilling Pieces Scottish or Half Crowns Sterling, 

by Briot, fine 2 

107;j Charles I. Thirty-shilling Pieces Scottish or Half Crowns Sterling, 
of Falconer's mint, all fine 4 

107 t Charles I. Twelve-shilling Pieces Scottish or One Shilling Sterling, 
various issues (3) ; Six-shilling Pieces Scottish or Sixpences Sterling 
(3), one dated 1632; a Forty-penny Piece, very fine ; and Twenty- 
penny Pieces (8), varied 15 

1075 Charles II. Merk Pieces of 1666, 1671, 1679, varied ; Half Merks, 
1669 and 1671 ; James VH, Ten-shilling Pieces (2), 1687 and 1688 ; 
a Touch Piece, in silccr, of James HI ; various JS, of Charles I, 
Charles H and William and Mary 17 



59 Third Day 

1076 William and Mary. Forty-shilling Pieces (3), dated 1691,1692 

and 1693; William II (III of England), Forty-shilling Piece, 1697, 
very fine ; William and Mary, Ten-shilling Pieces, 1690, 1691 and 
1692 ; and a Five-shilling Piece, 1694 8 

1077 William II (III of England). A Ten-shilling Piece, 1697; Five- 

shilling Pieces (3), 1697 and 1702 ; Anne, Ten-shilling Piece, 1706 ; 
Five-shilling Pieces (6), of 1705 and 1706 ; a Shilling issued after 
the Union, 1707, ANNA DEI GRATIA, bust to left, below E * ; 
l;l usual type*, fine and rare ; and four modern impressions in silver, 
brass, tin and alnminium of Milton's Pattern Sixpence of George IV 
as Seneschal of Scotland 16 

*^* See page 59 of the first portion Murdoch Scottish Coins, May 11, 
12, 13, 1903. 

1078 James VII (II of England). Pattern Sixty-shilling Piece, 1688, /; 

lACOBVS . II DEI GRATIA, laureated and draped bust of James II to 
right, below value 6o " -^ r< — I O^ — 

^ MAG BR . FRA ET . HIB REX ., crowned shield of arms, those of Scot- 
land first and fourth quarterly within the collar of the thistle with 
pendant badge, edge plain {no. 1, page 507), very fine 1 

1079 James VII (II of England). Pattern Sixty-shilling Piece, 1688, 

lACOBVS . II DEI GRATIA, laureated and draped bust of James II to 
right, below value 6o 
^ MAG BR . FRA ET . HIB REX ., crowned shield of arms, those of Scot- 
land first and fourth quarterly within the collar of the thistle with 
pendant badge, edge plain (no. \, p. 507), very fine 1 

1080 James VIM. Pattern of Sixty-shilling Piece or Crown, M, 1716, by ^ 

N. Roettier, lACOBVS . Vli DEI GRATIA., laureated bust in armour 

draped to right - -tr / (L — 

50 SCOT . ANGL FRAN . ET . HIB . REX . 1716, crowned shield of arms, 
those of Scotland first and fourth quarterly, plain edge 

{fig. 1094, no. 1,|>. 537), very fine and scarce 1 

1081 America. Ten-dollar Piece, in gold, and a false Lion of Mary, in 

gold, the ohv. copied from the Testoon of 1561, and the rev. from 
theTestoon of 1553 2 

1082 Pattern, bronzed, of ^V of a Rupee, 1794, by wisdom and force, 

in sunken letters on a raised rim, half-way round the upper part of 
the coin, an elephant standing to left, with 48 under the exergual 
line, and TO ONE RUPEE in a curved line 

51 UNITED EAST INDIA COMPANY, 1 794, Company's bale mark, very fine 
and extremely rare 1 



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BOOKS. 

1083 Snelling on the Coinage of Great Britain, hound in half red morocco-, 

Montagu Copper Coins, &c, ; Engravings of Coins and Medals for 
Tindal's History of England, from William III to George I, folio 3 

1084 Folio, from the Townshend Library, entitled " The Baron's Book of 

England," from the Conquest to the third of James I, with the 
Arms of the various Barons, in trick, with Pedigrees, whole morocco, 
tooled and gilt, and dated 1770 1 



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