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Auteur Dassier, Jean (1676-1763 ; médailleur)
Titre Médaille
Publication [Paris], [ca 1720]
Description : bronze ; 31 mm ; 15,17 g

Notes Acq. 95-0637
Cote : BNF Richelieu Monnaies, médailles etantiques exemplaire unique L'ensemble est conservé dans deux boîtes cylindriques en buis.
Tranche cannelée
Identifiant 07700008
No d'image 1
Titre Cherebert roy de France
Notes 1720
Sujet(s) Caribert (5..-561-567 ; roi des Francs de Paris et de l'Ouest). Buste du roi à gauche ceint d'une couronne barbare.

Modifié par Rinaldum 11 jan 2004 à 21:25 (CET)

Image trouvé sur le site fr:Gallica de la BNF


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