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Nomos 5 25 October 2011
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zürich
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Lot 10
Estimate: 5000 CHF
Holy Roman Empire. Ferdinand I. 1521-1558-1564. Thick ‘Schautaler’ (Silver, 31.72mm, 26.21 g 11), undated but struck in 1531. Jugate crowned busts of Ferdinand and Anne of Hungary to right, both wearing robes and the Order of the Golden Fleece Rev. .FERDI-/NANDVS.ET./ANNA.ROM.HV-/NG.BOHE.REX.ET/REGINA.ARCHI/D.AVST.DUC:BVRG.Z& Fiala, Donebauer, 1013. Markl 2097. Montenuovo Collection 598. Minor marks, but attractively toned and unusually nice. Nearly extremely fine.


Ferdinand was the younger brother of Charles V, the son of Philip the Handsome of Burgundy and Joanna of Castile. He was given great responsibility from an early age; being made Archduke of Austria in 1521, King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia, Dalmatia et al. in 1526, and King of Rome (and Charles’ heir as emperor) in 1531 (he was crowned at Aachen). He married Anne of Bohemia and Hungary in 1521 and they immediately began having children; there were 15 in all, one who subsequently became emperor Maximilian II, two who died as infants, three who became nuns and one who was the ancestress of both Charles II of England and Louis XIII of France (Johanna, wife of Francesco I de’Medici). On this medal, struck for the Roman coronation on 11 January 1531, Anne is shown already somewhat plump with her fifth child, Maria, who would be born almost exactly 4 months later.
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Online bidding closes: 25 Oct 2011 00:00:00 CET
Current Date & Time: 26 May 2019 17:25:24 CET
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Hammer Price: 5000 CHF

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Lot 10
Estimate: 5000 CHF
Hammer Price: 5000 CHF
Holy Roman Empire. Ferdinand I. 1521-1558-1564. Thick ‘Schautaler’ (Silver, 31.72mm, 26.21 g 11), undat ...
Lot 11
Estimate: 3000 CHF
Hammer Price: 3200 CHF
Italy, Florence. Alessandro de’Medici. 1531-1536. Medal (Silver, 33mm, 22.86 g 6), a cast by Dom ...
Lot 12
Estimate: 1500 CHF
Current Bid: No Bids
Italy, Rome. Medal (Bronze, 37mm, 45,66 g 7), by Giovanni Bernardi da Castel Bolognese (1494-1553), c. ...