lisa1976 Posted June 20, 2010 Report Share Posted June 20, 2010 Reduced 69% 320 x 240 (7.86K) Reduced 85% 640 x 480 (28.87K) hi and good evening to you all, i am looking for some advice if anyone can help me, i have found an 1690 oval medal witch is 58 mm long and 49 mm wide and weighs appox 60 grams. on one side it has a man and woman on it with the words leopoldus et iosephus d.g imper. et rex rom then on the other side there is there of two birds flying from a nest on a rock cliff up to a blazzing sun with the moon and other clouds in the back ground and is scripted with nec rabide solis tede neq cornua lune terrent quin pignus generosum ducat ad alta i have absolutely no idea and if some one out there has your help advice and knowledge would be greatly appreciated this was found amongst some of my late grans things i have no intention of trying to sell and i have already placed this on the coin forum where i received a very helpfull link but it is the only reference to the medal that states its a coronation medal. we have looked endlessly on the internet to find more info but ive found nothing even close, would love to know any history on it and if it is worth anything many thanks for taking your time to read kind regards lisa thought the pics would come out but they havent they are on the ancient coin forum under lisa1976 thank you Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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