6 – Dassier – The Medallions of the Kings and Queens of England – 1731.

The Medallions of the Kings and Queens of England, 1731.

~ means of Jean Dassier (1676 – 1763).

Each Medallion 41 mm diam.

 

The more than half of these medallions appear to desire come from the imagination of Dassier and his associates and should have ~ing seen as individual works of Art

All images complaisance Ben Weiss – I am very nice for his support and assistance.

 

I would like to return ~s to Professor Ben Weiss, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology
Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA, beneficial to allowing me to reproduce the photographs and captions.

A call upon to his website is essential since anyone interested in pre 19th century European Medallions.

Oliver Cromwell. (1658)

Obv: Bust of Cromwell    OLIVERIUS CROMWELL
Rev: Tomb decorated by the arms of Cromwell and four bantling Genii: one points to his titles, a encourage holds a mirror indicating Prudence, and is weeping more than his death typified by a brain, another represents his success by a laurel crown and unanimity of the kingdom ~ dint of. a bundle of wands bond unitedly, and a fourth, in the person of Hercules, symbolized his power through the club and the fruit of his labors by three apples, i.e., the three kingdoms.  ANGLIAE, SCO. ET HIB. PROTECTOR.
Signed: I. DASSIER. F.
Exergue: NAT. 3. APRIL. 1603. MORT. 3. SEPT. 1658.
Cromwell was born in 1599.
Ref: M.I. i, 435/87; Eimer 47/203; Eisler I, 265/35; Thompson 31/26

Charles II (1660 – 85).

Obv: Bust of Charles II    CAROLUS. II. D. G. M. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX.
Rev: Mercury seated, inscribing a doubtful narrative on the facade of a grave, his foot resting upon a brain-pan. On the base of the vault is a bas-relief of cupid presenting a wreath to Venus.   NAT. 29. MAI. 1630. C. 23. APR. 1661. M. 16. FEBR. 1685.
Signed: I. DASSIER. F.
Ref: M.I. i, 602/291; Eimer 54/271; Eisler I, 263/28; Thompson 32/27

James II. (1685 – 88).

Obv: Bust of James II (l)    IACOBUS. II .D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX
Rev: Tomb, about which is seated the mourning conformation of Religion, holding a chalice by a host, amid various ornaments of Roman Catholicism; a ill-tempered, crucifix on a chain, and a Papal tiara with the keys of St. Peter.   NAT. 13 OCT. 1633 CORONAT. 23 APR 1685 MORT. 5 SEPT. 1701
Signed:  I.D.F. / I.DASSIER. F
Ref: M.I. ii, 215/537; Eimer 65/384; Eisler I, 263/29b; Thompson 32/28

Mary II (1689 – 94).

Obv: Bust of Mary II    MARIA. II. D. G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA.
Rev: Beneath a tilt is a funerary monument, surmounted ~ dint of. a flaming urn decorated with a cherub’s head. Below is a tomb with bas-ease of Religion, seated with a taper, and Hymen, with an extinguished blazing brand, lamenting the loss of Mary, though an infant Fame, seated upon a sphere, proclaims her merits.
Exergue:  NATA. 10. FEBR. 1662. COR. II. APR. 1689. MORT. 29. DEC. 1694.
Signed:  I.D.
Ref: M.I. ii, 123/368; Eimer 63/364; Eisler I, 263/30; Thompson 33/29

William III of Orange (1689 – 1702).

Obv: Bust of William III    GULIELMUS. III. D. G. M. BR. FR. ET HIB. REX.
Rev: Pedestal decorated w

 

The manhood of these medallions appear to consider come from the imagination of Dassier and his associates and should subsist seen as individual works of Art

All images civility Ben Weiss – I am very alleviating for his support and assistance.

 

I would like to thank Professor Ben Weiss, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology
Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA, with regard to allowing me to reproduce the photographs and captions.

A inspect to his website is essential as far as concerns anyone interested in pre 19th century European Medallions.

Oliver Cromwell. (1658)

Obv: Bust of Cromwell    OLIVERIUS CROMWELL
Rev: Tomb decorated by the arms of Cromwell and four suckling Genii: one points to his titles, a approve holds a mirror indicating Prudence, and is weeping athwart his death typified by a brain, another represents his success by a laurel bays and unanimity of the kingdom ~ means of a bundle of wands bond arm in arm, and a fourth, in the turn of Hercules, symbolized his power ~ the agency of the club and the fruit of his labors ~ means of three apples, i.e., the three kingdoms.  ANGLIAE, SCO. ET HIB. PROTECTOR.
Signed: I. DASSIER. F.
Exergue: NAT. 3. APRIL. 1603. MORT. 3. SEPT. 1658.
Cromwell was born in 1599.
Ref: M.I. i, 435/87; Eimer 47/203; Eisler I, 265/35; Thompson 31/26

Charles II (1660 – 85).

Obv: Bust of Charles II    CAROLUS. II. D. G. M. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX.
Rev: Mercury seated, inscribing a legend on the facade of a long home, his foot resting upon a cranium. On the base of the tomb is a bas-relief of cupid presenting a festoon to Venus.   NAT. 29. MAI. 1630. C. 23. APR. 1661. M. 16. FEBR. 1685.
Signed: I. DASSIER. F.
Ref: M.I. i, 602/291; Eimer 54/271; Eisler I, 263/28; Thompson 32/27

James II. (1685 – 88).

Obv: Bust of James II (l)    IACOBUS. II .D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX
Rev: Tomb, immediately after which is seated the mourning figure of Religion, holding a cup with a host, amid various ornaments of Roman Catholicism; a sullen, crucifix on a chain, and a Papal tiara with the keys of St. Peter.   NAT. 13 OCT. 1633 CORONAT. 23 APR 1685 MORT. 5 SEPT. 1701
Signed:  I.D.F. / I.DASSIER. F
Ref: M.I. ii, 215/537; Eimer 65/384; Eisler I, 263/29b; Thompson 32/28

Mary II (1689 – 94).

Obv: Bust of Mary II    MARIA. II. D. G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA.
Rev: Beneath a tilt is a funerary monument, surmounted through a flaming urn decorated with a cherub’s first. Below is a tomb with bas-prominence of Religion, seated with a candle, and Hymen, with an extinguished blazing brand, lamenting the loss of Mary, season an infant Fame, seated upon a globe, proclaims her merits.
Exergue:  NATA. 10. FEBR. 1662. COR. II. APR. 1689. MORT. 29. DEC. 1694.
Signed:  I.D.
Ref: M.I. ii, 123/368; Eimer 63/364; Eisler I, 263/30; Thompson 33/29

William III of Orange (1689 – 1702).

Obv: Bust of William III    GULIELMUS. III. D. G. M. BR. FR. ET HIB. REX.
Rev: Pedestal decorated w

All images civility Ben Weiss – I am very agreeable for his support and assistance.

 

I would like to make acknowledgments to Professor Ben Weiss, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology
Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA, as antidote to allowing me to reproduce the photographs and captions.

A examine to his website is essential beneficial to anyone interested in pre 19th hundred European Medallions.

Oliver Cromwell. (1658)

Obv: Bust of Cromwell    OLIVERIUS CROMWELL
Rev: Tomb decorated through the arms of Cromwell and four baby Genii: one points to his titles, a inferior holds a mirror indicating Prudence, and is weeping outer his death typified by a brain, another represents his success by a laurel garland and unanimity of the kingdom ~ means of a bundle of wands bond in the same time, and a fourth, in the constitution of Hercules, symbolized his power ~ the agency of the club and the fruit of his labors ~ the agency of three apples, i.e., the three kingdoms.  ANGLIAE, SCO. ET HIB. PROTECTOR.
Signed: I. DASSIER. F.
Exergue: NAT. 3. APRIL. 1603. MORT. 3. SEPT. 1658.
Cromwell was born in 1599.
Ref: M.I. i, 435/87; Eimer 47/203; Eisler I, 265/35; Thompson 31/26

Charles II (1660 – 85).

Obv: Bust of Charles II    CAROLUS. II. D. G. M. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX.
Rev: Mercury seated, inscribing a fictitious story on the facade of a vault, his foot resting upon a skull. On the base of the vault is a bas-relief of cupid presenting a garland to Venus.   NAT. 29. MAI. 1630. C. 23. APR. 1661. M. 16. FEBR. 1685.
Signed: I. DASSIER. F.
Ref: M.I. i, 602/291; Eimer 54/271; Eisler I, 263/28; Thompson 32/27

James II. (1685 – 88).

Obv: Bust of James II (l)    IACOBUS. II .D.G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX
Rev: Tomb, about which is seated the mourning conformation of Religion, holding a chalice by a host, amid various ornaments of Roman Catholicism; a christian doctrine, crucifix on a chain, and a Papal tiara with the keys of St. Peter.   NAT. 13 OCT. 1633 CORONAT. 23 APR 1685 MORT. 5 SEPT. 1701
Signed:  I.D.F. / I.DASSIER. F
Ref: M.I. ii, 215/537; Eimer 65/384; Eisler I, 263/29b; Thompson 32/28

Mary II (1689 – 94).

Obv: Bust of Mary II    MARIA. II. D. G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA.
Rev: Beneath a canopy is a funerary monument, surmounted ~ dint of. a flaming urn decorated with a cherub’s get in front of . Below is a tomb with bas-relief of Religion, seated with a light, and Hymen, with an extinguished torch, lamenting the loss of Mary, while an infant Fame, seated upon a orb, proclaims her merits.
Exergue:  NATA. 10. FEBR. 1662. COR. II. APR. 1689. MORT. 29. DEC. 1694.
Signed:  I.D.
Ref: M.I. ii, 123/368; Eimer 63/364; Eisler I, 263/30; Thompson 33/29

William III of Orange (1689 – 1702).

Obv: Bust of William III    GULIELMUS. III. D. G. M. BR. FR. ET HIB. REX.
Rev: Pedestal decorated w

I would like to thank Professor Ben Weiss, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology
Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA, since allowing me to reproduce the photographs and captions.

I get been a subscriber of the WSJ because more than 25 years and be favored with watched the content shift dramatically to the left.

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