Category Archives: Dutch

The Peace of Breda, Dutch lead medal, 1667

460 460a
The Peace of Breda, Dutch lead or pewter medal, 1667, unsigned, Peace, helped by a cherub, sets fire to a pile of military trophies, BELLO AB ANGLIS ILLATO …, rev., an aerial panoramic view of Breda, BREDA BELLONÆ SEDES …, 87mm (MI 530/178, not recorded in lead; vL II, 534).

Piercing at top, very fine.

Provenance: The Christopher Foley, F.S.A., Collection Of Early English Medals Ref.460

Price £165.00

Ref:460

Peace of Ryswick Dutch silver medel 1697, by Jan Luder

578 578a
The Peace of Ryswick [Rijswijk], small Dutch silver medallet, 1697, by Jan Luder, Charity raises a kneeling mother with child in her arms, rev., military trophies burning on an altar, DER VREEDE TOT RYSWK GESLOOTEN, 20.5mm (MI 174/464; vL IV, 248).
Extremely fine.
These medallets were given to those who participated in a celebratory lottery in the town of Muiden.

Price £90.00

Ref:578

Alliance between England, France & United Provinces, Dutch Jeton, 1596

9494a

The alliance between England, France and the United Provinces, Dutch copper jeton, 1596, struck in Dordrecht, Belgic Lion to left, with sword and arrows, SC below, rev., hand from clouds holds three linked tassels, RVMPITVR HAVD FACILE MDXCVI, 28mm, (MI 160/141; vL I, 471; Dugn 3398).

Good very fine.

Provenance: The Christopher Foley, F.S.A., Collection Of Early English Medals

Price £300.00

Ref:94

Charles II, the Restoration, Dutch cast bronze medal, 1660

415a 415
Charles II, the Restoration, Dutch cast bronze medal, 1660, bust three-quarters left, hair long, with cravat and Garter George on ribbon, CAROL II CON V ENG, rev., three regal crowns, VER.L SCHOL ET FRANRY. [Ireland, Scotland & France], 47mm (MI 455/43). About fine and excessively rare.
The example of the medal in the British Museum is listed in MI as “Unique?” .

Provenance: Baldwin Auction, 4 May, 2006 (lot 2087).
The Christopher Foley, F.S.A., Collection Of Early English Medals

Price £SOLD

Ref:415

The Battle of Turnhout. silver jeton, 1597

104104aThe Battle of Turnhout and Spanish defeats, by Prince Maurice of Nassau, Dutch silver jeton, 1597, a hand from heaven holds three united shields of France, England and United Provinces, A DOMINO FACTVM EST ISTVD, rev., legend in eleven lines, ORDIN AVSPIC PRIN MAVRI DVCTV … DITIONE PACTA 1597, 29mm (MI 167/156; Dugn. 3412). Good very fine and extremely rare.
The jeton is a combination of the obverse and reverse of separate pieces and whilst dated 1597, the British arms on the obverse incorporate those of Scotland, thus not prior to 1609.

Provenance: Bt. Spink.
The Christopher Foley, F.S.A., Collection Of Early English Medals

Price £SOLD

Ref:104