nomos 13
7 October 2016
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zürich
Lot 85
Estimate: 1400 CHF
Hammer Price:
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Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Amsterdam. Medal (Silver, 50mm, 47.47 g 12), on the suppression of civic unrest, by Renier Arondeaux, 1696. MOTOS PRÆSTAT COMPONERE FLVCTVS (=it is better to control the billowing waves, Virgil, Aeneid I, 135) Neptune in biga drawn by seahorses to right; above to left and right, blowing wind; below floating in the waves, nest with kingfishers flying off. Rev. HALCYONIBUS REDVCTIS / SENATVS AMSTELOD / CIVIBVS SVIS HOC / ANTIQVÆ VIRTVTIS / SPECTAT ÆQ FIDEI / PRÆMIUM LARGITVR (=The Halcyons having returned, the city council of Amsterdam gives its citizens this gift of ancient virtue and wondrous faith); Two kingfishers in a nest floating on the sea, below, MDCXVI; below date, punched A (=artist’s signature). TMNK 01320Van Loon IV, p. 221, II. A very attractive, lightly toned and lustrous piece. A few very minor marks, and a collector’s punch on the reverse, otherwise, extremely fine.


This elegant piece commemorates the suppression of the riots of January 1696. They occurred when the city’s undertakers, concerned by funeral reforms including steep taxes, took to the streets and sacked a number of official buildings. They were almost immediately put down by troops who were rushed to the city by the authorities. A whole series of very similar medals were produced because of these events, by several different engravers (also including Boskam and Dishoecke). Arondeaux made three reverse dies: one signed with his punched initial, one with the initial in the die, and one with a full signature. This is probably the least common.
Current Status
Pre-Bidding closes:
07 Oct 2016 11:00:00 CEST
Current Date & Time:
30 Nov 2021 19:31:52 CET
Remaining Time:
Closed
Hammer Price:
1400 CHF
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Lot 85
Estimate: 1400 CHF
Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Amsterdam. Medal (Silver, 50mm, 47.47 g 12), on the suppression of civic unrest, by Renier Arondeaux, 1696. MOTOS PRÆSTAT COMPONERE FLVCTVS (=it is better to control the billowing waves, Virgil, Aeneid I, 135) Neptune in biga drawn by seahorses to right; above to left and right, blowing wind; below floating in the waves, nest with kingfishers flying off. Rev. HALCYONIBUS REDVCTIS / SENATVS AMSTELOD / CIVIBVS SVIS HOC / ANTIQVÆ VIRTVTIS / SPECTAT ÆQ FIDEI / PRÆMIUM LARGITVR (=The Halcyons having returned, the city council of Amsterdam gives its citizens this gift of ancient virtue and wondrous faith); Two kingfishers in a nest floating on the sea, below, MDCXVI; below date, punched A (=artist’s signature). TMNK 01320Van Loon IV, p. 221, II. A very attractive, lightly toned and lustrous piece. A few very minor marks, and a collector’s punch on the reverse, otherwise, extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 1400 CHF
Lot 86
Estimate: 1500 CHF
Holy Roman Empire. Leopold I, 1657-1705. Medal (Silver, 45.6mm, 35.50 g 1), on the Imperial victory over the Turks at Zenta in 1697, by P. H. Müller in Augsburg, 1697. +LEOPOLD.ET.IOSEPH.AA.PP.FF.+HIS EGO NEC METAS RERUM NEC TEMPORA PONO (=Leopold and Joseph, sublimely blissful Fathers - I place no restraints on their power or any limit of time) Beneath radiant eye of God, the laureate, draped and cuirassed opposed busts of Leopold I, on the left, and Joseph I, on the right. On the edge, IURAVI DAVID SERVO MEO: USQUE IN ÆTERNUM PRÆPARABO SEMEN TUUM.PS.88 (=I promised my servant David: thy seed I will establish forever). Rev. PERPETUOS MERUIT DOMUS ISTA TRIUMPHOS+ (=This house has earned lasting triumphs) Victory standing right, inscribing VICTO/AD/SENTAS (=Victory at Zenta) on shield mounted on a trophy; to left. shield inscribed VICT/AD/NISSA (=Victory at Nish [1689]); to the right, shield inscribed VOCT/AD/SALAN/KEME (=Victory at Slankamen [1691]) and panel inscribed VIC/AD/SICLOS (=Victory at Siklos [1687 = the second battle of Mohács]); on base of trophy, artist’s initials, P.H.M.; in exergue, AETERNIT.AVG. /+1697+. EiN 70. Forster 694. Julius 390. Nicely toned and attractive. Some minor edge marks, otherwise, extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 3600 CHF
Lot 87
Estimate: 1650 CHF
Netherlands, The Dutch Republic. Plaquettepenning (Silver, 60x51mm, 32.92 g 12), Memento mori for Justus de Jonge, died 20 January 1697, after Pieter van Abeele, 1697. Laureate skull with winged hourglass on top; in jaws, cartouche, between palm branches, containing Iustus / ut Palma, / Florebit (=Justus will flourish like a Palm); around the skull, ribbon bearing the words: Salich sijn de Dooden die in den Heere stervē Want sij Riisten van haren Arbeijt (=blessed are the dead who believe in the Lord for they will rest from their labor). Rev. Ter Eeren en Gedachetenis soo wilt dit aan vaerden Om dat ghij mÿn dus Deughdelÿck hebt gebrach ter Aerden (=please accept this for honor and remembrance since you buried me in a proper way) With the oval field: Ter / Gedachtenis / van den Eer / Waerdigen heer / IUSTUS DE IONGE / Prister tot / Amsterdam / Overladen d’ 20 Jañ / 1697. Out 28. Jaaren (=in memory of the honorable gentleman, Justus de Jonge, priest in Amsterdam, who died on the 20th of January 1697 at the age of 28); below, in a cartouche flanked by palm branches, De Door is / een inganck / ten Leeven (=death is the entrance to life). Bemolt 560. De Beeldenaar 2012-1, 28 (this piece illustrated). Very rare. An attractive piece. Some minor casting faults and marks, otherwise, about extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 2600 CHF
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