Coin from France Artist: Anton Meybusch (Danish, ca. 1645–1702)
Honorand: Louis XIV, King of France, French, 1638–1715, ruled 1643–1715

1677

Numismatics

On view, 4th Floor, Special Exhibitions

Medium

Silver

Dimensions

12.66 g, 12:00, 29.0 mm

Credit Line

Transfer from the Yale University Library, Numismatic Collection, 2001, Gift of Charles Wyllys Betts, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1871

Accession Number

2001.87.26884

Geography
Culture
Period

17th century

Classification
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Numismatics

Obverse Description

Obverse Description: LVDOVICVS MAG. REX CHRISTIANISS. r. bust Louis XV with neutral expression, proportional facial features, long defined curly wig, double chin, thick neck, no collar visible

Reverse Description

Reverse Description: INCENSA. BATAVORVM. CLASSA. / TABACO. / 1677 winged laureate Nike figure in two-tiered down with body facing l. and head looking r., holding three laurels (?) in raised r. hand and plume (?) in l. hand, on scrolled ship with arrow coming out beneath, ship rests on three-tiered pedestal
Provenance

Provenance

Charles Wyllys Betts, to about 1887; Yale University Library, New Haven, Conn., from about 1887 to 2001; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn.
Bibliography

  • Charles Wyllys Betts, American Colonial History Illustrated by Contemporary Medals, 1964 reprint (New York: Scott Stamp and Coin Company, 1964), 30, no. 56.

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Object/Work type

coins, money

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