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London Coins Auction 159
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED

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Medals : Auction 158 : Lot 934

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Auction 158
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934
FRANCE (2), Première . Caroline Bonaparte, Queen Consort of Naples and , 1808-1815. Bronze Medal 23mm diameter by Brenet (after a nomos of Neapolis). Struck late 19th century. Obverse: BAΣIΛIΣΣA KAPOΛINH, diademed head right, wearing triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace, Reverse: Man-headed bull standing right, head facing; above, crowning Nike flying right; NEΩΠOΛITΩN in exergue. Plain edge, GEF, FRANCE, Premier Empire. Pauline Bonaparte. Duchess of Guastalla, 1806. 23mm diameter in bronze, by (after The Three Graces by Rubens). Struck 1808. Obverse Bust left, Greek text ΠAYΛINA ΣEBAΣTOY AΔEΛΦH, head left / Reverse Three graces HMΩN KAΛH BAΣIΛEYE, Plain edge GEF the Obverse rim with signs of filing at 4 and 10 o'clock this apparently at the time of the striking
£120
FRANCE (2), Première Empire. Caroline Bonaparte, Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily, 1808-1815. Bronze Medal 23mm diameter by Brenet (after a nomos of Neapolis). Struck late 19th century. Obverse:  BAΣIΛIΣΣA KAPOΛINH, diademed head right, wearing triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace, Reverse:  Man-headed bull standing right, head facing; above, crowning Nike flying right; NEΩΠOΛITΩN in exergue. Plain edge, GEF, FRANCE, Premier Empire. Pauline Bonaparte. Duchess of Guastalla, 1806. 23mm diameter in bronze,  by Andrieu (after The Three Graces by Rubens). Struck 1808. Obverse Bust left, Greek text ΠAYΛINA ΣEBAΣTOY AΔEΛΦH, head left / Reverse Three graces HMΩN KAΛH BAΣIΛEYE, Plain edge GEF the Obverse rim with signs of filing at 4 and 10 o'clock this apparently at the time of the striking : Medals : Auction 158 : Lot 934
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FRANCE (2), Première Empire. Caroline Bonaparte, Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily, 1808-1815. Bronze Medal 23mm diameter by Brenet (after a nomos of Neapolis). Struck late 19th century. Obverse:  BAΣIΛIΣΣA KAPOΛINH, diademed head right, wearing triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace, Reverse:  Man-headed bull standing right, head facing; above, crowning Nike flying right; NEΩΠOΛITΩN in exergue. Plain edge, GEF, FRANCE, Premier Empire. Pauline Bonaparte. Duchess of Guastalla, 1806. 23mm diameter in bronze,  by Andrieu (after The Three Graces by Rubens). Struck 1808. Obverse Bust left, Greek text ΠAYΛINA ΣEBAΣTOY AΔEΛΦH, head left / Reverse Three graces HMΩN KAΛH BAΣIΛEYE, Plain edge GEF the Obverse rim with signs of filing at 4 and 10 o'clock this apparently at the time of the striking : Medals : Auction 158 : Lot 934
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