nomos 5
25 October 2011
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zürich
Lot 49
Estimate: 1500 CHF
Hammer Price:
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France. Jean-Louis de Nogaret de Lavalette, Duc d’Épernon. 1554-1642. Medal (Bronze, 56mm, 57.94 g 12), by Guillaume Dupré, 1607. I.L.A.LAVALETTA.D.ESPERN.P.ET.TOT.GAL.PEDIT.PRAEF //G DVPRE F 1607 Draped and cuirassed bust of Nogaret to right. Rev. INTACTVS.VTRINQVE (=untouched from either side) On the left, a fox looking out from its den, underneath a bush, at a lion seated left, its left paw raised and its head turned back at a bare-breasted Fury, standing left and holding two torches. Jones 22. Kress 557. A superb, sharp contemporary cast with a fine dark brown patina. Good extremely fine.


Ex Nomos 5, 25 October 2011, 49.

Jean-Louis de Nogaret was a protégé of Henry III, and became Captain General of the French infantry and Duke of Epernon in 1581. He then became Admiral of France in 1587. He was opposed to Henry IV’s succession after Henry III’s assassination in 1589, but by 1596 he had been forced to reconcile himself to the king. He was however, a member of the plot that resulted in the assassination of Henry IV, and he continued in public service until 1638. Somewhat amazingly, he was a distant ancestor of Audrey Hepburn. This medal refers to a mission he undertook in 1607 to Strasbourg and Metz, who were alarmed by French attacks on Sedan. The reverse of the medal symbolizes this: the lion represented Strasbourg, between France (the fox) and the Empire (the Fury). Guillaume Dupré (c. 1576-1643) was the greatest medallist of his age: he was an expert bronze caster as well, with the result that his medals were extraordinarily well made, to the extent that many of his cast pieces almost appear to be struck. He was a particular favorite of Henri IV, who protected him from the calumnies of the Paris guild members, and often visited him in his studio.
Current Status
Pre-Bidding closes:
25 Oct 2011 00:00:00 CEST
Current Date & Time:
30 Nov 2021 18:18:31 CET
Remaining Time:
Closed
Hammer Price:
1800 CHF
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Lot 49
Estimate: 1500 CHF
France. Jean-Louis de Nogaret de Lavalette, Duc d’Épernon. 1554-1642. Medal (Bronze, 56mm, 57.94 g 12), by Guillaume Dupré, 1607. I.L.A.LAVALETTA.D.ESPERN.P.ET.TOT.GAL.PEDIT.PRAEF //G DVPRE F 1607 Draped and cuirassed bust of Nogaret to right. Rev. INTACTVS.VTRINQVE (=untouched from either side) On the left, a fox looking out from its den, underneath a bush, at a lion seated left, its left paw raised and its head turned back at a bare-breasted Fury, standing left and holding two torches. Jones 22. Kress 557. A superb, sharp contemporary cast with a fine dark brown patina. Good extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 1800 CHF
Lot 50
Estimate: 4000 CHF
France. Medal (Bronze, 70.5mm, 94 g 12), in honor of Nicolas Brulart de Sillery (1544-1624), by Guillaume Dupré (c.1579-1640), 1607. NI BRVLARTVS A SILLERY FRANC.ET NAVAR CANCEL Bare-headed and bearded bust of Sillery to right, wearing robes and a fur cape; below bust, G.DVPRE.F. Rev. LABOR.ACTVS.IN.ORBEM (=in the performance of his task he circles the globe) Apollo driving the chariot of the sun to right, above the celestial globe on which can be seen Cancer, Leo and Virgo, with Hydra and others below and above. Jones 46. Pollard 644 = Kress 563. Smolderen 26. A splendid medal with a wonderful portrait. Traces of a removed mount, otherwise an excellent contemporary cast with a fine brown patina, nearly extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 3200 CHF
Lot 51
Estimate: 3000 CHF
Netherlands - Germany, Juliers / Jülich. Medal (Silver, 51mm, 46.08 g 3), On the capture of the the fortress city of Jülich from the Imperial troops of emperor Rudolph II (1575-1612) by the allied forces of Brandenburg, the Palatinate and the Dutch, 1610. NIHIL INEXPUGNABILE View of the fortress of Jülich surrounded by firing cannons and the lines of the allied besiegers. Rev. IPSIS CALEND. / SEPTEMB.CIᴐIᴐCX. / SUIS ET SUBSIDIARYS /ARMIS IULIACUM. / EIUSQUE PROPUGNA- / CULUM MUNITISSI- / MUM PRINCIPIBUS / ADSERITUR POS- / SIDENTIBUS (= on the first of September 1610 the city of Juliers and its powerful citadel have come into the hands of its proper princes thanks to their forces and those of their allies) Exter I, 194. Van Loon II, pp. 71-72, I. A splendid and rare piece, beautifully toned and very well preserved. Extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 3600 CHF
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