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Live auction - bry_904200 - HENRY II Double henri d'or, 1er type 1557 Saint-Lô

HENRY II Double henri d or, 1er type 1557 Saint-Lô AU
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种类 Double henri d'or, 1er type
日期: 1557 
铸币厂名称/城市 Saint-Lô
铸币数量 800
材质 gold
纯度、成色(用角密度) 958 ‰
直径 28,5 mm
模子方针 12 h.
重量 7,26 g.
稀少度 R2
关于品相的说明
Ce double henri est frappé sur un flan large. De petites rayures sur le portrait et devant l’œil du roi avec un défaut de flan sur le front
出版目录中的项代码 :
家谱
Monnaie provenant d’une vente à l’amiable Claude Burgan faite en août 2001 et provenant de la collection Jean-Pierre Garnier

正面


正面的文字 HENRICVS. II. D. G. FRAN. REX (TÊTE DE LICORNE À GAUCHE).
正面的说明书 Buste cuirassé à droite d’Henri II.
正面的翻译 (Henri II, par la grâce de Dieu, roi des Francs).

背面


背面的文字 (SOLEIL) DVM. TOTVM. COMPLEAT. ORBEM (MM) 1557.
背面的说明书 Croix formée de quatre H couronnées, cantonnée aux 1 et 4 d’un lis, aux 2 et 3 d’un croissant ; lettre d’atelier en cœur de la croix.
背面的翻译 (Pour qu'il remplisse l'Univers).

评论


Avec un chiffre de mise en boîte de huit henris d’or, la production globale peut être estimée à 1.600 henris d’or ou seulement 800 doubles d’or. Monnaie de la plus grande rareté avec aucun exemplaire recensé dans le Franciae IV.

历史细节


HENRY II

(03/31/1547-07/10/1559)

Born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye in 1519, Henri II was the second son of François I and Claude of France. Dauphin on the death of his eldest François (1536), he ascended the throne in 1547. Continuing the policy of his father, the new king soon came into conflict with the Emperor, in the East and in Italy.. Victorious in 1552 (expedition against Metz), beaten at Saint-Quentin (1557), again victorious at Calais and Gravelines (1558), Henri II succeeded better than his father. An era ended with the signing of the Treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis (April 2 and 3, 1559): France kept Calais and, without this being explicitly mentioned, kept the Trois-Évêchés (Metz, Toul and Verdun), but definitively renounced to the Italian dream. Philippe II married Élisabeth de France, daughter of Henri II, and Emmanuel-Philibert de Savoie Marguerite, daughter of François I. For his part, Charles V had to renounce the universal monarchy and divide his vast empire into a Spanish monarchy and a Germanic monarchy, which would keep the imperial title.. He abdicated in 1556. The same continuity is emerging in domestic politics. The first absolutism is affirmed, the persecution against the Protestants takes all its rise: an ardent Chamber is instituted in the Parliament of Paris to fight against the heretics. The Business Council or Narrow Council separated definitively from the Grand Council and the Privy Council. The institution of the presidial bailiwicks, in 1552, supposed to accelerate the course of justice, served above all to bring money into the royal coffers. The court of France was then dominated by Diane de Poitiers, mistress of the king, by the constable of Montmorency, always favorite, and by the three Coligny brothers: Odet, bishop-count of Beauvais, Gaspard, admiral in 1551, François d'Andelot , Colonel General of the Infantry. Facing the Colignys stood the party of the Guise, cadets of the house of Lorraine: Claude, duke and peer, Cardinal Jean de Lorraine, his brother, who both died in 1550, then François de Guise, son of Claude, and his brother , Cardinal Charles of Lorraine. The authority of the king prevented these rivalries from degenerating. The reign of Henry II saw above all the development of Protestantism in France, in the form given to it by Calvin, who, having taken refuge in Geneva, was master of the city from 1541 to 1564.. Married to Catherine de Medici in 1533, Henri II had thirteen children, including five sons.. Three of them succeeded him: François II (1559-1560), Charles IX (1560-1574), Henri III (1574-1589).

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