2 Medals commemorating an event from the Austrian Succession War. The Pragmatist Sanction arranged for Maria Theresia to succeed as a woman. Maria Theresia of Austria is here called the Queen of Hungary, in 1742 she lost territories to the King of Prussia, the King of Poland and the Elector of Bavaria.
1) On the front the text: EEDE EN VERBONDE GEBROOKEN ENT VUUR ALOMME AANGESTOOKEN", Cardinal de Fleury points with a stick at an unfolded map of Germany. Behind the map are the King of Prussia, the King of Poland and the Elector of Bavaria: on the map they point out the areas from which they claim the right.
And on the back the text: "DE PRAGMATIQUE SANCTIE BELOOFT EN NOU VAN MYN ERVELANDE BEROOFT",
and also an image of Mary Theresia, Queen of Hungary, with her son on her arm. On the cut: 1742.
42 mm diameter
2) Front the text: die entblöste Königin von Ungarn. The naked queen of Hungary indicates Maria Theresia losing territory. Next to her is Cardinal de Fleury of France. The text cloud says" j’ai gagné".
And on the back the text: "die Königin von Ungarn zieht eine Beijersche Hose an". On the left is probably her husband Frans I Stefan of Austria, whose crown falls off his head. The text cloud says: “Vous avez perdu”.
Both coins are of bronze, one is gold-plated, but here some of it is polished off. 40 mm diameter. Combined weight: 34 grams.
- Medaglia, Medaglia di sanzione pragmatica
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- Paesi Bassi meridionali
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- Bronzo e bronzo dorato
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