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91001634
CNG 91, Lot: 1634. Estimate $500.
Sold for $900. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

FRANCE, Premier Empire. Napoléon I. 1804-1814. Lot of Five (5) Æ Medals. (a) (68mm, 149.00 g, 12h). Coronation. By Galle and Jeuffroy. Dated L’An XIII (1804). Laureate head left / Napoléon seated right on throne, greeted by Paris standing left. Bramsen 358 // (b) (41mm, 37.79 g, 12h). The Capitulation of Ulm and Memmingen. By Andrieu and Jaley. Dated 1805 in Roman numerals. Laureate head right / Napoléon driving biga right, crowned by Victory flying left; suppressed civic deities below. Bramsen 433 // (c) (41mm, 38.73 g, 12h). The Colonne de la Grande Armée. By Andrieu and Brenet. Dated 1805 in Roman numerals. Laureate head right / The Colonne de la Grande Armée. Bramsen 463 // (d) (41mm, 38.68 g, 12h). The Arc de Triomphe. By Andrieu and Brenet. Dated 1806 in Roman numerals. Laureate head right / The Arc de Triomphe. Bramsen 557 // (a) (41mm, 42.39 g, 12h). The Victories of the Year. By Andrieu and Jaley. Dated 1807. Laureate head right / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, head right, with wings spread, being crowned by Victory flying left. Bramsen 674. All edges plain. Choice EF, attractive chocolate brown surfaces. Includes velvet-lined wooden display box. Five (5) medals in lot. LOT SOLD AS IS, NO RETURNS.