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    quelen

    NI Bulletin

    3/1/2010

    rine was a novice with the Daughters of Charity, has been “regarded as the root of all the modem Marian apparitions.” 1 2 St. Catherine Laboure’s spiritual director, Pere Jean Marie Aladel, was at first reluctant to commission the medal, but when Laboure told him that the Blessed Virgin was displeased by his delay, the matter was brought quickly before the Archbishop, Monsignor Hyacinthe-Louis de quelen (1778-1839) of Paris. The archbishop, rather than being reluctant, was enthusiastic about the idea, and the medal was struck in short order by Adrien Vachette (1779-1839). Why Adrien Vachette was chosen for the honor of striking this famous medal is not entirely certain, although he was unquestionably a brilliant religious medal designer. His themes, often executed with sensitive portraits in a c


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    NI Bulletin

    3/1/2010

    rine was a novice with the Daughters of Charity, has been “regarded as the root of all the modem Marian apparitions.” 1 2 St. Catherine Laboure’s spiritual director, Pere Jean Marie Aladel, was at first reluctant to commission the medal, but when Laboure told him that the Blessed Virgin was displeased by his delay, the matter was brought quickly before the Archbishop, Monsignor Hyacinthe-Louis de quelen (1778-1839) of Paris. The archbishop, rather than being reluctant, was enthusiastic about the idea, and the medal was struck in short order by Adrien Vachette (1779-1839). Why Adrien Vachette was chosen for the honor of striking this famous medal is not entirely certain, although he was unquestionably a brilliant religious medal designer. His themes, often executed with sensitive portraits in a c


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 159-161

    1/1/1979

    rius COH 124 (Vaillant, Beger) Obv.: IMP NERO CAESAR AVG PP laur. r. Rev. : IVPPITER LIBERATOR Jupiter seated 1 . COH 124 describes an aureus only. He may possibly have misdescribed the obverse legend for RIC 48. 55 Denarius COH 319 (P) but the coin is a plated denarius — see plated denarii (8) 57 Denarius Sydenham 3 (Hall) but the coin is a plated denarius — see plated denarii (4) 59 Denarius De quelen Coll. Obv. : NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS PP laur. r. Rev.: VESTA circular temple But the fourr^e denarius with this unusual obverse in the De Quelen Coll, has the reverse t5rpe legionary eagle between two standards — see plated denarii (10). — Aureus COH 125 (Caylus) Obv. : NERO CLAVDIVS CAES AVG laur. r. Rev. : LEI BERTAS Head of Liberty r. An example of this gold coin in the Hague (7.0 gm.) (Plate XXI


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 159-161

    1/1/1979

    rius COH 124 (Vaillant, Beger) Obv.: IMP NERO CAESAR AVG PP laur. r. Rev. : IVPPITER LIBERATOR Jupiter seated 1 . COH 124 describes an aureus only. He may possibly have misdescribed the obverse legend for RIC 48. 55 Denarius COH 319 (P) but the coin is a plated denarius — see plated denarii (8) 57 Denarius Sydenham 3 (Hall) but the coin is a plated denarius — see plated denarii (4) 59 Denarius De quelen Coll. Obv. : NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS PP laur. r. Rev.: VESTA circular temple But the fourr^e denarius with this unusual obverse in the De Quelen Coll, has the reverse t5rpe legionary eagle between two standards — see plated denarii (10). — Aureus COH 125 (Caylus) Obv. : NERO CLAVDIVS CAES AVG laur. r. Rev. : LEI BERTAS Head of Liberty r. An example of this gold coin in the Hague (7.0 gm.) (Plate XXI


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 2 [E-H]

    /1904

    nt to Louis AVI. ; — 1827, Charles X. at Amiens; — The King at Arras; — Charles X. and the Dauphin visit Colmar; — 1830, Manufacture of Saint-Gobain (jeton); — Algiers taken ; — Liberty of the Press (En publiant elle iclaire'); — Universal fraternity; — Distribution of Colours to the Garde nationale by Louis-Philippe; — Bust of Louis-Philippe ; — 1832, Louis-Philippe, King of the French; — Mgr de quelen ; — 1839, The “ Providence ” Fire Insurance; — 1841, The Loire Railway (jeton); — 1842, Viscount de Bonald; — 1843, S. E.. Cardinal du Pont, Archbishop of Bourges; — 1844, John and Joseph Darcet ; — France crowning Printing ; — Exhibition Award Google Original from UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


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    ANS Museum Notes, vols. 15-17

    /1969

    ANS ROMAN AND BYZANTINE MEDALLIONS 91 Rev.: TRIVMFATOR GENT BARB Emperor standing in military dress, holding labarum in r. hand, globe in 1 .; captive below to 1 .; RMPS in ex. Ex Adra M. Newell Coll. = J. Schulman Cat. Mar. 5, 1923, no. 2884 (Vierordt Coll.) = J. Hirsch Cat. XXIV, May 10, 1909, no. 2798 (Consul Weber Coll.) = Rollin and Feuardent Cat. May 14, 1888, no. 2261 (de quelen Coll.). Gnecchi I, p. 82, 5; Cohen 34. JUSTIN I (A.D. 518-527) 42. .R 12.13 gr. J Constantinople Obv.\ DN 1VST1NVS PP AVG Bust r., diademed, draped and cuirassed. VOT Rev.: XXXX J n wreath; CONOB in ex. MVST XXXX Ex E. T. Newell Coll.; Cf. Bellinger, p. 152, no. 44. 43. R 11.96 gr. J Same dies as above ( ?). Ex E. T. Newell Coll. Digitized by Go^ 'gle Original from UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 159-161

    1/1/1979

    XIV Collections Cited Cardiff, National Museum of Wales. Car Chabenat (Sale, Bourgey, Paris, 27 Nov. 1911). Cha Cirencester, Corinium Museum. Cir Colchester, The Colchester and Essex Museum. Col Conte B. de P. (Sale, Santamaria, Rome, 25 May 1926). Con Copenhagen, National Museet. C Cuzzi, A. (Sale, Baranowski, Milan, 9 Dec. 1929). Cuz De quelen, Vicomie E. (Sale, Rollin and Feuardent, Paris, 14 May 1888). De Q Drttot Sale ig2i (Paris, 19 May 1921). Dr 1921 Egger Auctions Katalog XLIII (Sale, Egger, Vienna, 14 Apr. 1913). Eg 43 Egger Auctions Katalog XLV (Sale, Egger, Vienna, 12 Nov. 1913). Eg 45 Fairbairn, 5 ., London. Fai Faure, J. (Sale, Bourgey, Paris, 10 Dec. 1923). Faur FitzwiUiatn, (Sale, Christies, London, 30 May 1949). Fi Floren


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 1 [A-D]

    /1904

    — 1 3 1 — C. A. Pozzo di Borgo, 1830 ; — H. de quelen, Archbishop of Paris, 1840; — Raymond de S£ze, 1829 ; — Unveiling of the statue of Charles XIII. at Stockholm, 1821 ; — Prize Medal of Charles XIV. John of Sweden ; — Marriage of Charles XIV. John of Sweden; — Death of Queen Desideria of Sweden, 1823; — D r John Howard (1720-1790) of London, 1828; — D r Edward Jenner (1749-1783), of Berkeley (Napoleon III. Emperor); — D r Jean Baptiste Edouard Bo


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    NI Bulletin

    3/1/2010

    ety by the star shining brilliantly above. The legend above this star, which again recalls the “ Ave Maris Stella ,” reads RESPICE STELLAM VOCA MARIAM, “Watch the star, call on Mary.” In the reverse exergue, reads the following inscription: VANA, HYACINTHE: FURIT. /STELLA MARLS AUSPICE/VINCIS. The Latin inscription of the exergue may be translated as “The stonn is unleashed in vain, Hyacinthe [de quelen]; under the auspices of the Star of the Sea, you shall triumph over its fury.” Perhaps we are seeing here an allusion to the difficult secular situation in France during the Les Miserables era. The 1832 initial minting of miraculous medals was an immediate sellout. Notable cases of healing in Paris and the diocese of Meaux, and even more astonishing conversions to the faith, resulted in both the


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 159-161

    1/1/1979

    XIV Collections Cited Cardiff, National Museum of Wales. Car Chabenat (Sale, Bourgey, Paris, 27 Nov. 1911). Cha Cirencester, Corinium Museum. Cir Colchester, The Colchester and Essex Museum. Col Conte B. de P. (Sale, Santamaria, Rome, 25 May 1926). Con Copenhagen, National Museet. C Cuzzi, A. (Sale, Baranowski, Milan, 9 Dec. 1929). Cuz De quelen, Vicomie E. (Sale, Rollin and Feuardent, Paris, 14 May 1888). De Q Drttot Sale ig2i (Paris, 19 May 1921). Dr 1921 Egger Auctions Katalog XLIII (Sale, Egger, Vienna, 14 Apr. 1913). Eg 43 Egger Auctions Katalog XLV (Sale, Egger, Vienna, 12 Nov. 1913). Eg 45 Fairbairn, 5 ., London. Fai Faure, J. (Sale, Bourgey, Paris, 10 Dec. 1923). Faur FitzwiUiatn, (Sale, Christies, London, 30 May 1949). Fi Floren


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 1 [A-D]

    /1904

    — 1 3 1 — C. A. Pozzo di Borgo, 1830 ; — H. de quelen, Archbishop of Paris, 1840; — Raymond de S£ze, 1829 ; — Unveiling of the statue of Charles XIII. at Stockholm, 1821 ; — Prize Medal of Charles XIV. John of Sweden ; — Marriage of Charles XIV. John of Sweden; — Death of Queen Desideria of Sweden, 1823; — D r John Howard (1720-1790) of London, 1828; — D r Edward Jenner (1749-1783), of Berkeley (Napoleon III. Emperor); — D r Jean Baptiste Edouard Bo


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 2 [E-H]

    /1904

    nt to Louis AVI. ; — 1827, Charles X. at Amiens; — The King at Arras; — Charles X. and the Dauphin visit Colmar; — 1830, Manufacture of Saint-Gobain (jeton); — Algiers taken ; — Liberty of the Press (En publiant elle iclaire'); — Universal fraternity; — Distribution of Colours to the Garde nationale by Louis-Philippe; — Bust of Louis-Philippe ; — 1832, Louis-Philippe, King of the French; — Mgr de quelen ; — 1839, The “ Providence ” Fire Insurance; — 1841, The Loire Railway (jeton); — 1842, Viscount de Bonald; — 1843, S. E.. Cardinal du Pont, Archbishop of Bourges; — 1844, John and Joseph Darcet ; — France crowning Printing ; — Exhibition Award Google Original from UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 6 [T-Z]

    /1916

    owing exhibits of Vivier at the Salon : 1819. A Frame of Models and Medals ; — 1822. A Frame of Portraits and Medals ; — 1824. Wax models and struck medals; — 1827. Models and Medals; — 1833. Models of the Medal of the French Geographical Society ; — Portrait of Louis Philippe, full face ; — Abbe de Lamennais ; — Portrait of an Ecclesiastic. By Vivier are further : Nutrix quoque mater ; — Mgr. de quelen, archbishop of Paris ; — Death of the Due de Berry ; — Henry IV. ; — The Duchesse de Berry and her children ; — Translation of the ashes of the celebrated lawyer Pothier ; — Assemblee Consti- tuante, 1848 ; — The Revolution of 1848 ; — Versailles Museum, 1837 ; — Mining jetons (described in Florange, Jetons des Mines); — Maison centrale des nourrices, Paris, 1831, etc. Digitized by UNIVERSITY OF


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    ANS Museum Notes, vols. 15-17

    /1969

    ANS ROMAN AND BYZANTINE MEDALLIONS 91 Rev.: TRIVMFATOR GENT BARB Emperor standing in military dress, holding labarum in r. hand, globe in 1 .; captive below to 1 .; RMPS in ex. Ex Adra M. Newell Coll. = J. Schulman Cat. Mar. 5, 1923, no. 2884 (Vierordt Coll.) = J. Hirsch Cat. XXIV, May 10, 1909, no. 2798 (Consul Weber Coll.) = Rollin and Feuardent Cat. May 14, 1888, no. 2261 (de quelen Coll.). Gnecchi I, p. 82, 5; Cohen 34. JUSTIN I (A.D. 518-527) 42. .R 12.13 gr. J Constantinople Obv.\ DN 1VST1NVS PP AVG Bust r., diademed, draped and cuirassed. VOT Rev.: XXXX J n wreath; CONOB in ex. MVST XXXX Ex E. T. Newell Coll.; Cf. Bellinger, p. 152, no. 44. 43. R 11.96 gr. J Same dies as above ( ?). Ex E. T. Newell Coll. Digitized by Go^ 'gle Original from UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


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    NI Bulletin

    3/1/2010

    ety by the star shining brilliantly above. The legend above this star, which again recalls the “ Ave Maris Stella ,” reads RESPICE STELLAM VOCA MARIAM, “Watch the star, call on Mary.” In the reverse exergue, reads the following inscription: VANA, HYACINTHE: FURIT. /STELLA MARLS AUSPICE/VINCIS. The Latin inscription of the exergue may be translated as “The stonn is unleashed in vain, Hyacinthe [de quelen]; under the auspices of the Star of the Sea, you shall triumph over its fury.” Perhaps we are seeing here an allusion to the difficult secular situation in France during the Les Miserables era. The 1832 initial minting of miraculous medals was an immediate sellout. Notable cases of healing in Paris and the diocese of Meaux, and even more astonishing conversions to the faith, resulted in both the


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1984

    axis: 12. Found in the excavations at Bath (1979). 13. (Shiel 9) IMP C ALLE-CTVS P F AVG. Dl PAX AVG. ML. Pax with transverse sceptre. 4.12g Turin. Musco C'ivico. Apparently found at Reading (so Brown stile. Stevenson's Dictionary 183). Higgs (Sotheby. April 1830) lot 39. Brummcll (Sotheby, 1850) lot 7%, Brown (Sotheby, July 1869) lot 271. Ponton d'Amecourt (Rollin & Fcuardent. 1887) lot 631, de quelen (Rollin and Feuardent, May 1888) lot 1957. Weber (Hirsch XXIV. 1909) lot 2501 . Jameson 327. Mazzini tav LXXXVIH. A S. Fava. L Sachero and V Viale, // Medaghere dellc niccohe numismatichc torinesi, 104. no. 43 14. (Shiel 10). IMP C ALLE-CTVS P F AVG. B I PAX avg. ML. Pax with transverse sceptre. 4.56g, die axis: 6. British Museum (1838). Originally found in the Isle of Dogs {NC 1839-40, 206. Aker


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    st name the great collector Hyman Montagu, the shrewd solicitor, who within a few years formed a vast assemblage of Greek. Roman and English coins that was unsurpassed in his time, He purchased collections cn bloc, such as the Addington in 1883. 11 and was a heavy buyer at the Bergnc (1873). Marsham (1888). and other noted auction sales. His Roman aurei came from the Ponton d'Amecottrt (1887). De quelen ( 1 888). and other Continental sources, in Italy and Egypt. I often visited him in his office in Bucklersbury, City, where, however busy he was. he would always find lime to examine coins. During his lifetime, he parted with his series of milled English coins, of which the late Mr S.M. Spink compiled the catalogue for publication. 14 Many of his Greek coins passed through our hands. A fine Croto


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1984

    axis: 12. Found in the excavations at Bath (1979). 13. (Shiel 9) IMP C ALLE-CTVS P F AVG. Dl PAX AVG. ML. Pax with transverse sceptre. 4.12g Turin. Musco C'ivico. Apparently found at Reading (so Brown stile. Stevenson's Dictionary 183). Higgs (Sotheby. April 1830) lot 39. Brummcll (Sotheby, 1850) lot 7%, Brown (Sotheby, July 1869) lot 271. Ponton d'Amecourt (Rollin & Fcuardent. 1887) lot 631, de quelen (Rollin and Feuardent, May 1888) lot 1957. Weber (Hirsch XXIV. 1909) lot 2501 . Jameson 327. Mazzini tav LXXXVIH. A S. Fava. L Sachero and V Viale, // Medaghere dellc niccohe numismatichc torinesi, 104. no. 43 14. (Shiel 10). IMP C ALLE-CTVS P F AVG. B I PAX avg. ML. Pax with transverse sceptre. 4.56g, die axis: 6. British Museum (1838). Originally found in the Isle of Dogs {NC 1839-40, 206. Aker


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    st name the great collector Hyman Montagu, the shrewd solicitor, who within a few years formed a vast assemblage of Greek. Roman and English coins that was unsurpassed in his time, He purchased collections cn bloc, such as the Addington in 1883. 11 and was a heavy buyer at the Bergnc (1873). Marsham (1888). and other noted auction sales. His Roman aurei came from the Ponton d'Amecottrt (1887). De quelen ( 1 888). and other Continental sources, in Italy and Egypt. I often visited him in his office in Bucklersbury, City, where, however busy he was. he would always find lime to examine coins. During his lifetime, he parted with his series of milled English coins, of which the late Mr S.M. Spink compiled the catalogue for publication. 14 Many of his Greek coins passed through our hands. A fine Croto


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1984

    axis: 12. Found in the excavations at Bath (1979). 13. (Shiel 9) IMP C ALLE-CTVS P F AVG. Dl PAX AVG. ML. Pax with transverse sceptre. 4.12g Turin. Musco C'ivico. Apparently found at Reading (so Brown stile. Stevenson's Dictionary 183). Higgs (Sotheby. April 1830) lot 39. Brummcll (Sotheby, 1850) lot 7%, Brown (Sotheby, July 1869) lot 271. Ponton d'Amecourt (Rollin & Fcuardent. 1887) lot 631, de quelen (Rollin and Feuardent, May 1888) lot 1957. Weber (Hirsch XXIV. 1909) lot 2501 . Jameson 327. Mazzini tav LXXXVIH. A S. Fava. L Sachero and V Viale, // Medaghere dellc niccohe numismatichc torinesi, 104. no. 43 14. (Shiel 10). IMP C ALLE-CTVS P F AVG. B I PAX avg. ML. Pax with transverse sceptre. 4.56g, die axis: 6. British Museum (1838). Originally found in the Isle of Dogs {NC 1839-40, 206. Aker


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    st name the great collector Hyman Montagu, the shrewd solicitor, who within a few years formed a vast assemblage of Greek. Roman and English coins that was unsurpassed in his time, He purchased collections cn bloc, such as the Addington in 1883. 11 and was a heavy buyer at the Bergnc (1873). Marsham (1888). and other noted auction sales. His Roman aurei came from the Ponton d'Amecottrt (1887). De quelen ( 1 888). and other Continental sources, in Italy and Egypt. I often visited him in his office in Bucklersbury, City, where, however busy he was. he would always find lime to examine coins. During his lifetime, he parted with his series of milled English coins, of which the late Mr S.M. Spink compiled the catalogue for publication. 14 Many of his Greek coins passed through our hands. A fine Croto


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    Catalogue of a collection of Roman and English silver and copper coins and tokens, and select silver and bronze medals : comprising the cabinet of James Oliver. [06/03/1868]

    ris. Very fine, size 26. 1246 Napoleon III, and Eugenie ; marriage medal, heads jugata. Very fine, size 20. 1247 Napoleon, Prince Imperial, born 1856 ; head of the Prince ; rev. a statue of religion, &c., baptism of the Prince. A very fine medal, size 34. 1248 Pope Pius IX ; fine bust ; rev. a wreath of fruit and flowers, struck by the Roman Society of Horticulture, 1859. Very fine, size 24. 1249 quelen, Ilvacinthe De, Archbishop of Paris; sacrificed himself during the cholera of 1832 ; rev. the Bishop on an elevation surrounded by women and children. Very fine, size 24.


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    Catalogue of coins, medals, tokens and paper money ... [06/23/1900]

    ive vols. half morocco, three full cloth. CATALOGUES. 605 606 607 Allan, Jno. Priced Catalogue of his Collection of Silver Medals of all nations, together with rare Crowns, etc. May 25, 26, 27, 1870. 8vo, half morocco. 8 plates. Anthon, C. E. Priced Catalogue of Prof. Anthon’s Cabinet of Coins and Medals. 5 sales, 1879 to 1884. New York. Indexed and pages renumbered by hand. 8vo, half morocco. De quelen, E. Monnaies Romaines et Byzantines, Grecques, Gauloises, Merovingiennes, Royales Franqaises, etc. May 14-26, 1888. 13 plates. Royal 8vo, half morocco.


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd., 160th Buy or Bid Sale

    S P F AVG Bust laureate, cuirassed r., seen from front, with fold of cloak on I. shoulder. Rx: SANCT DEO SOLI ELAGABAL (“To Elagabalus, the holy Sun God”) Stone of Emesa, decorated with eagle and shaded by four parasols, in wagon drawn right by four horses. A famous reverse type, very rare in gold, probably only the second recorded specimen with this bust type, the other being Feuardent 1 888, de quelen, 1468 (same dies). Ex Biaggi Collection-1291; ex Leu 25, 23 April 1980, 368; ex Hess-Leu, 4 April 1963, 219. Struck on a immense flan. Light scrape on bust and hair otherwise near mint state 60000 16. HONORIUS; 393-423 AD, Solidus, Milan, 395-402 AD, 4.43g., RIC-1206d (C ). Obv: D N HONORI - VS P F AVG Pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust r., seen from front. Rx: VICTORI - A AVGGG Emperor stand


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