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Topic: plaquettes

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Louis XIV (b. 1638, r. 1643–1715)

Louis XIV (b. 1638, r. 1643–1715)

Medalist: Jean Mauger (1648–1722)

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

The medal was ordered by Louis XIV to honor Bernini on his seventy-sixth birthday. Medalist: François Chéron (French, Lunéville 1635–1698 Paris)

Louis XIV
Michel Le Tellier (1603–85), Chancellor of France

Michel Le Tellier (1603–85), Chancellor of France

Medalist: Nicolas de la Haye (active 1684–1699/1703)

Luis, Cardinal de Portocarrero, Spanish Statesman

Luis, Cardinal de Portocarrero, Spanish Statesman

Medalist: Giovanni Martino Hamerani (Italian, 1646/9–1705)

Pope Innocent XI

Pope Innocent XI

Medalist: Giovanni Martino Hamerani (Italian, 1646/9–1705)

Louis XIV (b. 1638, r. 1643–1715)

Louis XIV (b. 1638, r. 1643–1715)

Medalist: François Bertinet (born first half 17th century, active ca. 1653–86, died ca. 1706)

Grand Duke Cosimo III de' Medici (1670-1723)

Grand Duke Cosimo III de' Medici (1670-1723)

Massimiliano Soldani (Italian, Montevarchi 1656–1740 Montevarchi)

Francesco Redi (1628–98)
Vittoria della Rovere, Grand Duchess of Tuscany (1622-94)

Vittoria della Rovere, Grand Duchess of Tuscany (1622-94)

Medalist: Massimiliano Soldani (Italian, Montevarchi 1656–1740 Montevarchi)

Mary of Modena

Mary of Modena

Medalist: John Roettier (Flemish, Antwerp 1631–1703 London, active England 1670–98)

Victory of Imperial Bavarian Troops over Turks at Mohacz (Hungary), 1687
In honor of Livio Odescalchi, Gonfaloniere (Standard-Bearer) of the Holy Roman Church

In honor of Livio Odescalchi, Gonfaloniere (Standard-Bearer) of the Ho...

Medalist: Giovanni Martino Hamerani (Italian, 1646/9–1705)

In honor of Livio Odescalchi (1652–1713), nephew of Pope Innocent XI

In honor of Livio Odescalchi (1652–1713), nephew of Pope Innocent XI

Medalist: possibly Giovanni Martino Hamerani (Italian, 1646/9–1705)

Masonic School Medal

Masonic School Medal

Medalist: William Mossop (Irish, Dublin 1751–1804/06 Dublin)

Emperor Charles V

Emperor Charles V

Medalist: Koehler

Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

Medalist: Jean-Baptiste Nini (Italian, Urbino 1717–1786 Chaumont-sur-Loire)

Lovers in a Landscape
In Honor of Antonio Magliabecchi, Florentine Librarian

In Honor of Antonio Magliabecchi, Florentine Librarian

Medalist: M. Antonio di Gennaro (Italian, 1675–1744)

Mars, Venus and Cupid at Vulcan's forge
Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

Medalist: Jean-Baptiste Nini (Italian, Urbino 1717–1786 Chaumont-sur-Loire)

Francis I

Francis I

Medalist: Georg Wilhelm Vestner (German, Schweinfurth 1677–1740 Nuremberg)

Commemorating Lord Nelson's Victory of the Nile in 1798

Commemorating Lord Nelson's Victory of the Nile in 1798

Medalist: Conrad Heinrich Küchler (German, ca. 1763–1821)

Clement XI (Pope 1700–21)

Clement XI (Pope 1700–21)

Medalist: Ottone Hamerani (1694–1768)

Alexander VIII (Pietro Ottoboni,1610–91, Pope 1689–91)

Alexander VIII (Pietro Ottoboni,1610–91, Pope 1689–91)

Medalist: Ferdinand de Saint Urbain (Italian, 1654–1738)

Medal
Warrior standing before a seated couple
Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

Medalist: Jean-Baptiste Nini (Italian, Urbino 1717–1786 Chaumont-sur-Loire)

In Honor of Nicholas Keder, the Swedish antiquarian (1695–1735)

In Honor of Nicholas Keder, the Swedish antiquarian (1695–1735)

Medalist: Johann Carl Hedlinger (1691–1771)

Naval Reward Medal of Elizabeth I
Order of Saint Michael

Order of Saint Michael

Medalist: André Chalochet

Battle of Vigo Bay, 1702

Battle of Vigo Bay, 1702

Medalist: Johann Gottlieb Lauffer

Clement XI (Pope 1700–21)

Clement XI (Pope 1700–21)

Medalist: Ermenegildo Hamerani (Italian, Rome 1683–1756 Rome)

Louis XV

Louis XV

Medalist (obverse): Jean Duvivier (French, 1687–1761)

Louis XV

Louis XV

Medalist: Jean Le Blanc (French, 1676/77–1749)

Andrea Cornaro
Innocent XIII (Pope 1721–24)

Innocent XIII (Pope 1721–24)

Medalist: Ermenegildo Hamerani (Italian, Rome 1683–1756 Rome)

Antonio Maria Biscioni (1674–1756)

Antonio Maria Biscioni (1674–1756)

The subject, Weber's uncle, was director of the Laurentian Library in Florence. Medalist: Lorenzo Maria Weber (ca. 1697–1764)

Coronation of Queen Caroline

Coronation of Queen Caroline

John Croker (British, 1670–1741)

Francesco Niccolò Gabburri

Francesco Niccolò Gabburri

Cast to commemorate Gabburri's presidency of the Accademia del Disegno, Florence. Medalist: Lorenzo Maria Weber (ca. 1697–1764)

Mary II
Charles I
Henry VIII
Henry IV
Edward IV
Edward I
Edward V
Henry VII
Richard II
George II
Medal of George II and his Family
Clement XII (Lorenzo Corsini, 1652–1740, Pope 1730–60)

Clement XII (Lorenzo Corsini, 1652–1740, Pope 1730–60)

Medalist: Ottone Hamerani (1694–1768)

Jernegan's Lottery Medal

Jernegan's Lottery Medal

Medalist: John Sigismund Tanner (British, 1728–1775)

Royal Education of the Dauphin

Royal Education of the Dauphin

Medalist: Jean Duvivier (French, 1687–1761)

Martin Foulkes

Martin Foulkes

Dassier modeled the erudite Folkes (1690–1754), whose expertise included ancient coinage, as part of a medallic series of eminent British worthies. Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Abraham de Moivre

Abraham de Moivre

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

The Birth of Archduke Joseph

The Birth of Archduke Joseph

Medalist: D. Becker

Charles Spencer, Duke of Marlborough

Charles Spencer, Duke of Marlborough

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Benedict XIV (Pope 1740–58)

Benedict XIV (Pope 1740–58)

Medalist: Ottone Hamerani (1694–1768)

Philip Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield

Philip Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

John, Lord Carteret

John, Lord Carteret

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford

Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

William Pulteney, Earl of Bath

William Pulteney, Earl of Bath

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Robert Barker

Robert Barker

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Sir Hans Sloane

Sir Hans Sloane

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Sir John Barnard

Sir John Barnard

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Sir Edmund Halley

Sir Edmund Halley

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Sir Andrew Fountaine

Sir Andrew Fountaine

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Theatre Royal Covent Garden Token

Theatre Royal Covent Garden Token

Medalist: Thomas Pingo (Italian, 1692–1776, active England after 1742)

Antonio Maria Biscioni (1674–1756)

Antonio Maria Biscioni (1674–1756)

Medalist: Lorenzo Maria Weber (ca. 1697–1764)

Count Maurice, Maréchal de Saxe (1696–1750)

Count Maurice, Maréchal de Saxe (1696–1750)

Medalist: Jean Dassier (Geneva 1676–1763 Geneva)

William IV, Prince Orange, Stadholder of The Netherlands

William IV, Prince Orange, Stadholder of The Netherlands

Medalist: Jean Dassier (Geneva 1676–1763 Geneva)

Marco Antonio Zucchi

Marco Antonio Zucchi

Medalist: Antonio Francesco Selvi (Italian, 1679–1753 Florence)

Academy of Ancient Music

Academy of Ancient Music

Medalist: Richard Yeo (British, ca. 1720–1779 London)

Medal
Joseph of Bavaria
Accession of King George III

Accession of King George III

Thomas Pingo (Italian, 1692–1776, active England after 1742)

Amelioration of the Study of Latin in Public Schools

Amelioration of the Study of Latin in Public Schools

Medalist: Anton Franz Widemann (1724–1792)

Louis XVI

Louis XVI

Medalist: Jean Duvivier (French, 1687–1761)

The Engagement of John Paul (Jones) (1747–92) with the British ship Serapis off Flamborough Head, September 23, 1779

The Engagement of John Paul (Jones) (1747–92) with the British ship Se...

Medalist: Augustin Dupré (French, Saint-Étienne 1748–1833 Armentières-en-Brie)

American Liberty

American Liberty

Medalist: Augustin Dupré (French, Saint-Étienne 1748–1833 Armentières-en-Brie)

American Liberty (Libertas Americana)

American Liberty (Libertas Americana)

Medalist: Augustin Dupré (French, Saint-Étienne 1748–1833 Armentières-en-Brie)