Medallic History of Napoleon; A Collection of All the Medals, Coins and Jettons, Relating to His Actions and Reign. from the Year 1796 to 1815

Medallic History of Napoleon; A Collection of All the Medals, Coins and Jettons, Relating to His Actions and Reign. from the Year 1796 to 1815

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819 edition. Excerpt: ...10 Juin 1801. Reverse, A Marie Louise Josephine. A genius holding a rose, at its feet, a cock. Exergue, 21 Prairial An. 9. In consequence of the treaty of. Luneville, Tuscany was erected into a kingdom, in favour of the infant Don Louis, son of the Duke of Parma, and married to a daughter of the King of Spain. This medal was struck during a visit of the new King and Queen of Etruria to Paris. 134. Plate V. Libertx Eguaglianza. Liberty standing surrounded by various military spoils. On a plinth, z. v. (the fifth mint, ) and A. s. initials of the engraver.. Reverse, Anno I. Della Liberta Italiana. A crown of oak in the centre, Lire Dieci Venete. 1797. New silver coin of the Venetian provisional government, established on the 12th of May, 1797, after the French had taken possession of the city. 135. Plate XX. The same, with small varieties. 136. Plate XV. Eagle, with spread wings, in the middle of a civic crown, standing on the consular fasces, which are placed on an altar. The front of the altar is ornamented with a cap of liberty and two daggers (type of the coins of Brutus). Behind the altar are two standards; on the one is inscribed, Republic Romana; and, on the other, B. F. (French Republic.) Reverse, Giorno Che Vale Di Tanti Anni Il Pianto. In the field, under the cap of Liberty, Liberta Romana Xxvii Piovoso An. Vii. Underneath, T. M. initials of T. Mercandetti. Medal struck at Rome, in 1799, by order of the Consuls and Senate, to commemorate the first anniversary of the Roman Republic, proclaimed on the 15th of February, 1798. (27 Pluvidse.) 137. Plate XIII. Repvblica Romana. Figure of the Republic, with the attributes of Liberty. Reverse, A civic crown. In the centre, Scudo Romano. Silver crown of the new Roman Republic, in 1798. 138; Plate..show more

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  • English
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  • 1236549546
  • 9781236549549