nomos 13
7 October 2016
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zürich
Lot 56
Estimate: 1650 CHF
Hammer Price:
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Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Plaquettepenning (Silver, 78mm, 64.47 g 12), marriage medal, Amsterdam, P. van Abeele, c. 1655-1657. Oprechte Liefde Tusschen Man En Vrouw.Duurt Eewiglijk Wel Zalig Is De Trouw. Caritas seated facing, giving her breast to an infant seated on her lap and caressed by a nude child standing left; on her left, another infant holds a perch on which is tied a dove that flies toward the rays of the sun, above Caritas’ head; around, wreath of flowers. Rev. Het Huwelijck Is Goddelijck Van Aart.Wanneer men Tsaam Yut Reine Liefde Paart At center, dove, flying downwards with olive branch in its beak, between richly dressed woman, on left, and man, on right, facing each other and clasping their right hands together; all within wreath of fruits. Frederiks 32, 32a (figs. 51-52). Northumberland II, 425. An attractive medal. With contemporary polishing to remove casting faults, and bright, otherwise, about extremely fine.


Medals like this were produced as gifts for weddings or betrothals and were very popular among the rich Dutch bourgeoisie: sometimes gold examples were made for very important couples or guests, but silver ones (occasionally gilt) were usual. This shows Abeele’s excellent engraving skills.
Current Status
Pre-Bidding closes:
07 Oct 2016 11:00:00 CEST
Current Date & Time:
22 May 2022 23:07:08 CEST
Remaining Time:
Closed
Hammer Price:
1320 CHF
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Lot 56
Estimate: 1650 CHF
Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Plaquettepenning (Silver, 78mm, 64.47 g 12), marriage medal, Amsterdam, P. van Abeele, c. 1655-1657. Oprechte Liefde Tusschen Man En Vrouw.Duurt Eewiglijk Wel Zalig Is De Trouw. Caritas seated facing, giving her breast to an infant seated on her lap and caressed by a nude child standing left; on her left, another infant holds a perch on which is tied a dove that flies toward the rays of the sun, above Caritas’ head; around, wreath of flowers. Rev. Het Huwelijck Is Goddelijck Van Aart.Wanneer men Tsaam Yut Reine Liefde Paart At center, dove, flying downwards with olive branch in its beak, between richly dressed woman, on left, and man, on right, facing each other and clasping their right hands together; all within wreath of fruits. Frederiks 32, 32a (figs. 51-52). Northumberland II, 425. An attractive medal. With contemporary polishing to remove casting faults, and bright, otherwise, about extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 1320 CHF
Lot 57
Estimate: 2750 CHF
Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Plaquettepenning (Silver, 75mm, 82.49 g 12), marriage medal, by P. van Abeele, c. 1655-1657, but possibly a reissue by Cornelis Coutrier, c. 1730. De Eendracht Van Het Huwelyck Baart Winst Van d’Aart En ’t Hemelryck (=the concord of this marriage reveals the winnings of nature and the kingdom of heaven) Figure of Prosperity seated facing, her legs turned slightly to the left, wearing a wreath of flowers, and holding a platter with a pomegranate in her right hand and a branch of oak and olive in her left; to left, urn containing an aloe plant; to right, full cornucopiae with, on its end, a bird standing left, looking at the branch held by Prosperity. Rev. Daar Twee Trouw Harten Syn In Een Sietmen De Haat En Twist Vertreen (=there two true hearts in marriage drive out hate and envy) A young couple seated facing, in classical dress, their heads turned toward each other; around both of their necks, chain with a large heart pendant; to right, vineyard; trampled beneath their feet, snakes. Frederiks 35/35a. Rijksmuseum NG-NM-4660. TMNK 00590. An attractive, lightly toned example of excellent quality. Usual blow-hole on the edge. Extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 2200 CHF
Lot 58
Estimate: 2750 CHF
Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Medal (Silver, 62mm, 78.46 g 12), on the building of the Haarlem–Leiden Canal, Amsterdam, by P. van Abeele junior, 1659. VICIT VIM VIRTVS / + Ao 1656 . 26 . 7br . IS DE TRECKVAART VAN HAERLEM OP LEIDEN BEGONNEN . 1657 . Po . 9br . D . EERSTE SCHVIT GEVAREN (=Valor wins over force. The canal from Haarlem to Leiden was begun on 26 September 1656, and the first boat was able to travel on 1 November 1657) Canal boat drawn to right by a horseman; behind, view of Haarlem; below, oval shield bearing the arms of Haarlem with two lion supporters and with banners and weaponry around. Rev. In eleven lines: MEMORIAM . / Viae . munitae . et Fossae . / actae . ad . lintres . equo . / trahendos . in . usum . publicu- / et . commodum . viantium . opus . / ducentibus . Hug . et . Io . Steiniis / exigentibus . publice . IV viris . / Cor . Guldewagio . G . Fabritio . / M. Steinio . F . Wouterio . / hunc . nummum percussere / Consules . anni . 1659 (=As a memorial of a road made and a canal dug to be used for barges drawn by horses, all for public use and for the convenience of voyagers. The work was commenced by Hugo and Jan Stein, and directed by the four magistrates C. Guldewagen, G. Fabritius, M. Steyn, F. Wouters. The burgermeisters of the year 1659 had this medal struck). Around, oak wreath bearing the names and arms of the four burgermeisters of 1659: J. Loo, C. Guldewagen, M. Steyn and J. Druyvesteyn. TMNK 00636. Van Loon II, pp. 407-408. A particularly attractive and well-struck piece. A few very minor marks, otherwise, good extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 4000 CHF
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