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33 France Napoleon SILVER MEDAL 1811 UNIVERSITE IMPERIALE PROOFLIKE RRR 250 Eu

France Napoleon SILVER MEDAL 1811 UNIVERSITE IMPERIALE

Grade: PROOFLIKE
Composition:  Silver
Period: Napoleon
Weight: 18.97 g

Rare in this condition
K1 133

33 France Louis Philippe I. 1830-1848, Medal 1847 (stamp by Joseph Dantzell) RRR 350 Eu

France Louis Philippe I. 1830-1848, Medal 1847 (stamp by Joseph Dantzell)
Silver Medal of the Cercle de la librairie de l’imprimerie et de la papeterie in {\ i Paris}. Crowned coat of arms. Back: Radiant woman’s face over open book. Feuardent — (5264 cf.)

Grade: PROOFLIKE
Composition:  Silver
Period: Louis Philippe I
Weight: 12.26 g

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33 Germany Medal 1889 Alsfeld Shooting Medal RRR UNC Pelzer#806 RRR 350 Eu

Germany Medal 1889 Alsfeld Shooting Medal RRR 

Grade: UNC 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: Pelzer#806

Weight: 19.82 g

Rare in this condition

K1 130

33 Germany Medal 1875 Stuttgart V Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR Pelzer#1679 RR 350 Eu

Germany Medal 1875 Stuttgart V Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR

Grade: Prooflike 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: Pelzer#1679

Weight: 23.62 g

Rare in this condition

K1 125

33 Germany Medal 1890 Berlin X Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR Pelzer#855 RRR 450 Eu

Germany Medal 1890 Berlin X Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR

Grade: Prooflike 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: Pelzer#855

Weight: 29.72 g

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K1 124

33 Germany Medal 1907 Berlin Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR Pelzer#886 RR 450 Eu

Germany Medal 1907 Berlin Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR

Grade: Prooflike 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: Pelzer#886

Weight: 27.89 g

Rare in this condition

K1 123

33 Germany Annaberg Silver medal 1796 (C.I. Krüger) 300th anniversary of the city 400 Eu

Germany Annaberg Silver medal 1796 (C.I. Krüger) 300th anniversary of the city

Grade: XF 
Catalog: Hannig#20
Composition: Silver
Weight: 7.00 g
Very Rare
K1 122 
Annaberg Silver medal 1796 (C.I. Krüger) 300th anniversary of the city. City view in front of the Pöhlberg, sun rising in the background / 8 lines of writing. 26.6 mm, 7.00 g Müseler 56.1.4.28 a Arnold / Quellmalz 4 Coll. Merseburger 2394 Hannig 20

33 Germany Bavaria Medal 1829 (J.J. Neuss) on arrival in Augsburg Prooflike RRR 450 Eu

Germany Bavaria Medal 1829 (J.J. Neuss) on arrival in Augsburg

Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Schütz#3312
Composition: Silver
Weight:
35.45 g
Very Rare
K1 121

Ludwig I. 1825-1848 silver medal 1829 (J.J. Neuss) on arrival in Augsburg. Head to the right / Standing Augusta half left with palm branch and Hermes staff. 41 mm, 35.36 g Forster 160 Beierlein 2650
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33 Germany Medal 1711, elected Roman Emperor in Frankfurt am Main RRR 1500 Eu RRR

Germany Medal 1711 elected Roman Emperor in Frankfurt am Main 
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog:  Montenuovo#1361
Composition: Silver
Weight: 43.26 g
Augsburg, Philipp Heinrich Müller

K1 120
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33 Germany Medal 1690, coronation to the Roman king in Augsburg, Nurnmberg RRR 1200 Eu ПРОДАН

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Germany Medal 1690 coronation to the Roman king in Augsburg, Nuremberg 
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog:  Montenuovo#1216
Composition: Silver
Weight: 44.69 g
K1 119
Friedrich Kleinert, Philipp Heinrich Müller

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Germany Hessen Darmstadt Medal 1827 to the Golden Wedding Ludwig UNC RRR 550 Eu

Germany Medal Hessen Darmstadt 1827 to the Golden Wedding Ludwig

Grade: UNC
Catalog: Schütz#3306
Composition: Silver
Weight: 30.12 g
Very Rare

K1 104

 

Swiss 1895 Shooting Medal Cantons St. Gallen Silver Proof RRR Mintage: 800 700 Eu

Switzerland   Shooting Medal Cantons St. Gallen 1895
Grade: Proof
Catalog: Richter. 1168 a
Composition: Silver
Weight: 41.79 gr
Mintage: 800

Rare in this condition

K1 99

 

22 ITALY Vatican Medal 1978 — Paul VI UNC Silver RRR 180 Eu

Italy Vatican Medal 1978 Paul VI
Grade: UNC
Composition:  Silver
Period: Papa Paul VI
Weight: 37.09 g

Rare in this condition

K1 87

22 Swiss 1802 Musikschool Medal Cantons Geneva Silver PROOF RRR 350 Eu

Switzerland   Musikschool Medal Cantons Geneva 1802
Grade: Proof
Catalog: Richter. Geb 1587
Composition: Silver
Weight: 28.42 gr


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K1 73

22 France Louis XVI SILVER MEDAL 1775 Anointed king in Coronation PROOFLIKE RRR 950 Eu

France Louis XVI SILVER MEDAL 1775 Anointed king in Coronation
Grade: PROOFLIKE
Composition:  Silver
Period: Louis XVI
Weight: 32.73 g
 
Louis XVI 1774-1793. Medal 1775 (e.g. Duvivier) a. s. Anointed king in Reims. Brb. in coronation dress with crown n.r. / DEO CONSECRATORI — Religio from clouds anoints the king kneeling in front of the altar. Ag-42mm,


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22 Swiss 1865 Wein Medal Cantons Vaud Vevey Silver Proof RRR Mintage: 872 Price 450 Eu

Switzerland  Wein Medal Cantons Vaud Vevey 1865 RRR
Grade: Proof
Catalog: leu. 431444
Composition: Silver
Weight: 28.37 g
Mintage: 872

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22 Swiss 1806 Medal Bern Academy Silver NGC MS-65 RRR 1200 Eu

Switzerland   Bern Academy Medal Cantons Bern 1806
Grade: MS-65
Composition: Silver
Weight: 37.01 gr


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22 Swiss 1903 Shooting Medal Cantons Appenzell Herisau Silver UNC RRR 550 Eu

Switzerland   Shooting Medal Cantons Appenzell Herisau 1903
Grade: UNC
Catalog: Richter. 70 a
Composition: Silver
Weight: 37.52 gr
Mintage: — — —
K1 43
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22 Swiss 1897 Medal Cantons Vaud Independence Centennial Woman Silver UNC RRR 250 Eu

Switzerland  Medal Cantons Vaud Independence Centennial Woman 1897
Grade: UNC
Composition: Silver
Weight: 23.95 gr
Mintage:
K1 81
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Medal Austria 1916 «Folg Aria XV Mai 1916» UNC RRR 550 Eu

Medal Austria 1916 «Folg Aria XV Mai 1916» RRR 

Grade: UNC

Mintmaster: H.Kautsch

Weight: 93.63 g

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ITALY Vatican Great Medal 1847 — Pius IX Silver Spink#MZ103 Mintage: 157 Price: 2400 Eu ПРОДАН

ПРОДАН

ITALY Vatican Great Medal 1847 — Pius IX Silver very Rare
Grade: Proof
Catalog: Spink#MZ103
Composition:  Silver
Period: Papa Pius IX
Diametr: 69.9 mm
Weight: 149.12 g
Mintage: 157
 
1800 anniversary of the martyrdom of the two apostles Peter and Paul. Christ, standing on a small mountain with 4 sources, crowns the two apostles with their attributes

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22 Medal 1865 500-th anniversary of the founding of the University of Vienna RRR 1500 Eu

Medal 1865 500-th anniversary of the founding of the University of Vienna RRR 

Grade: Prooflike 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: 
Wurzbach.5214

Weight: 55.42 g

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Germany Medal 1901 Heidelberg Shooting Medal RRR UNC Pelzer#1293 Price 700 Eu

Germany Medal 1901 Heidelberg Friedrich Shooting Medal RRR 

Grade: UNC 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: Pelzer#1293 RRR

Weight: 35.33 g
Mintage: only 600
K1 107

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Swiss 1889 Shooting Medal Cantons Ticino Silver UNC R#1400b RRR Mintage: 350 Price 950 Eu ПРОДАН

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Swiss 1889 Shooting Medal Cantons Ticino
Grade: UNC 
Catalog: Richter#1400b ( RRR )
Composition: Silver
Weight: 44.32 gr
Mintage: only 350
 
Rare in this condition

22 Swiss 1887 Shooting Medal Cantons Geneva Prooflike R#628 RRR 400 Eu

Switzerland  Shooting Medal Cantons Geneva 1887 
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#628
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.62 g
K1 74
 
Rare in this condition

22 Swiss 1903 Medal Cantons Appenzeil Silver RRR UNC Mintage: 248 Price: 800 Eu

Swiss 1903  Medal Cantons Appenzeil 500 anniversary of the Battle of Vögelinsegg.
Grade: UNC 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 32.82 g
Mintage: 248
 
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Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel La Chaux de Fonds 1886 Switzerland UNC R#951a R 500 Eu

Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel La Chaux de Fonds 1886 Switzerland
Grade: UNC 
Catalog: Richter#951a ( R )
Composition: Silver
Weight: 36.00 gr
Mintage: 1250
 
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22 Swiss 1892 Silver Shooting Medal Glarus R#808b M#432 Mintage : 3375 Prooflike 450 Eu

Swiss 1892 Silver Shooting Medal Glarus Helvetia
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#808b M#432
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.93 gr
Mintage: 3 375
 
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22 Swiss 1890 Shooting Medal Cantons Thurgau-Frauenfeld Silver R-1250b R 300 Eu ПРОДАН

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Swiss 1890 Shooting Medal Cantons Thurgau Frauenfeld 

Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#1250b
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.92 g
Mintage: 5760

22 Swiss 1892 Silver Shooting Medal Glarus R#808b M#432 Helvetia Mintage : 3375 Price: 450 Eu

Swiss 1892 Silver Shooting Medal Glarus Helvetia
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#808b M#432
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.97 gr
Mintage: 3 375
 
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22 Swiss 1890 Shooting Medal Cantons Thurgau Silver R-1250b RRR Mintage: 5760 Price: 300 Eu

Swiss 1890 Shooting Medal Cantons Thurgau Frauenfeld 
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#1250b
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.55 g
Mintage: 5760

22 Swiss 1898 Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel Silver UNC R-970c RRR Mintage: 4250 Price: 200 Eu

Swiss 1898 Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel 
Grade: UNC 
Catalog: Richter#970c
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.10 g
Mintage: 4250
 K1 100
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Swiss 1901 Shooting Medal Cantons Luzern Silver UNC R-879b RRR Mintage: 7000 Price: 200 Eu ПРОДАН

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Swiss 1901 Shooting Medal Cantons Luzern 
Grade: UNC 
Catalog: Richter#879b
Composition: Silver
Weight: 35.13 gr
Mintage: 7000
 
Rare in this condition

22 Swiss 1892 Silver Shooting Medal Glarus R#808b M#432 Helvetia Mintage : 3375 Price: 450 Eu

Swiss 1892 Silver Shooting Medal Glarus Helvetia
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#808b M#432
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.62 gr
Mintage: 3 375
 K1 91
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22 Swiss 1892 Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel Le Locle Silver Prooflike RRR 550 Eu

Switzerland   Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel Le Locle 1892 
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#959 b
Composition: Silver
Weight: 39.12 gr
Mintage: 705
 K1 103
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ITALY Vatican Medal 1970 — Paul VI UNC Silver RRR 180 Eu ПРОДАН

ПРОДАН

Italy Vatican Medal 1970 Paul VI
Grade: UNC
Composition:  Silver
Period: Papa Paul VI
Weight: 54.84 g

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22 Swiss 1889 Shooting Medal Cantons Luzern Silver XF Richter#867a 300 Eu

Swiss 1889 Shooting Medal Cantons Luzern
Grade: XF 
Catalog: Richter#867a
Composition: Silver
Weight: 38.69 gr
K1 44

22 Swiss 1892 Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel Le Locle Silver Prooflike RRR 600 Eu

Switzerland   Shooting Medal Cantons Neuchatel Le Locle 1892 
Grade: Prooflike 
Catalog: Richter#959 b
Composition: Silver
Weight: 39.07 gr
Mintage: 705
 K1 93
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Swiss 1894 Shooting Medal Cantons Luzern Silver UNC R-877a RRR Mintage: 800 Price: 700 Eu ПРОДАН

ПРОДАН

Swiss 1894 Shooting Medal Cantons Luzern 
Grade: UNC 
Catalog: Richter#877a
Composition: Silver
Weight: 39.51 gr
Mintage: 800
 
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Germany Medal 1914 Saxony Chemnitz Shooting Medal RRR UNC Pelzer#967 Price: 350 Eu

Germany Medal 1914 Saxony Chemnitz Shooting Medal RRR 

Grade: UNC 
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: Pelzer#967

Weight: 26.47 g

K1 115

Great Britania Medal Bronze Coronation Edward VIII 12 May 1937 XF RRR 150 Eu

Great Britania Medal Bronze Coronation Edward VIII 12 May 1937 

Grade: XF
Composition: Bronze
Weight: 13.52 g

France Medal LODGE TRAFALGAR NO 223 1808 LEITH AT HOME AND ABROAD PERSEVERE XF 150 Eu

France Medal Massonic LODGE TRAFALGAR NO 223 1808 LEITH AT HOME AND ABROAD PERSEVERE 
Grade: XF
Composition: Bronze
Weight: 6.92g

EAST SCOTLAND OF EDINBURGH — LODGE TRAFALGAR N ° 223 LEITH n.d. copper
Obverse: * LODGE TRAFALGAR N ° 223 * / LEITH, In the field a sailboat surrounded by twigs, above the date 18 08, which integrates in its center the Bible, with posed above, square and crossed compass.
Reverse: * AT HOME AND ABROAD * In the center a triangle points up.

 

Germany Medal 1896 Mannheim XV Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal RRR 250 Eu

Germany Medal 1896 Mannheim XV Bundesschiessen Shooting Medal

Grade: XF
Composition: Silver
Cataloge: 

Weight: 38.38 g


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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : CORIOLAN A.R. 266 XF RRR 400 Eu ПРОДАН

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Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : CORIOLAN A.R. 266

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 9
.57 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : PRISE DE SAGONTE A.R. 534 XF RRR 400 Eu ПРОДАН

ПРОДАН

Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : PRISE DE SAGONTE A.R. 534

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 9
.69 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : AVAPISE PUNIE A.R. 700 XF RRR 400 Eu ПРОДАН

ПРОДАН

Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : AVAPISE PUNIE A.R. 700

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 9
.67 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : ROMULUS A.R. 1 XF RRR 400 Eu ПРОДАН

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Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : ROMULUS A.R. 1

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 10
.00 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : ALBE SOUMISE A ROME A.R. 89 XF RRR 400 Eu ПРОДАН

ПРОДАН

Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : ALBE SOUMISE A ROME A.R. 89

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 10
.00 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : SECOURS DUN ALLIE FIDELLE A.R. 489 XF RRR 400 Eu

Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : SECOURS DUN ALLIE FIDELLE A.R. 489

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 10
.02 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



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22 Swiss Medal 1720 medal Genf DASSIER : ZELE DES FABIENS A.R. 275 XF RRR 400 Eu

Swiss  Medal 1720 medal Genf  DASSIER : ZELE DES FABIENS A.R. 275

Grade: XF 
Composition: Silver
Weight: 9
.53 gr

 
Jean Dassier, born August 17 or October 17, 1676 in Geneva and died in the same city on November 12, 1763, is a Geneva medalist.
Originally from Lyon, the Dassier family fled to Geneva to St. Bartholomew. Jean Dassier is the son of Domaine Dassier (1640-1719), named engraver of the Mint of the Republic of Geneva, and Sara Le Grand. The couple will have six children, including Paul (1681-1768), also a medalist.
In 1703, Jean Dassier married Anne Prévost-Gaudy, of whom he had two sons also mediators, Jacques-Antoine (1715-1759), and Antoine (1718-1780), who would engrave very little. Antoine is the father of Pierre Dassier, general in the service of France and the ancestor of Gustave Ador, president of the Swiss Confederation in 1919-1920.
The Dassiers were the only medalists of their century cited in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and Alembert.
Career [edit | change the code]
After studying in Paris with Jean Mauger and Jean Roëttiers, Jean Dassier becomes the assistant of his father.
In 1712 he was admitted as a master to the goldsmiths’ corporation with his brother Paul. In 1720, Jean Dassier succeeded his father as engraver of the Republic. He successively engraves:
in 1711: Ovid’s Metamorphoses (60 medals) with French Jerome Roussel;
in 1723: The illustrious men of the century of Louis XIV;
in 1725-1728: The Reformers of the Church.
After two trips to London in 1728 and again in 1731, he wrote two series: The Kings of England and The Famous Britons.
The History series of the Roman Republic (1740-1743) is certainly the most sought after and gave rise to a book in 1778 giving the explanation.
In 1738 he was appointed to the Council of Two Hundred. Jean Dassier knew Jean-Jacques Rousseau very well (1712-1778), being like him a citizen of Geneva.
In 1753, he obtained from Montesquieu to engrave a medal with the mention Hinc Jura1.
At his death, his son Jacques-Antoine takes his place as engraver at the Monnaie de Genève. The company Dassier et fils continues to produce watch cases but no longer earns medals.



Rare in this condition