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Home     Schroefpenning 'Intocht Salzburgse Emigranten' - 17 prenten
Schroefpenning 'Intocht Salzburgse Emigranten' - 17 prenten

Schroefpenning 'Intocht Salzburgse Emigranten' - 17 prenten



Schroefpenning 'Intocht Salzburgse Emigranten' - 17 prenten

Datering: 1733

Op de intocht der Salzburgers in Nederland, zilveren schroefpenning. Aan de binnenzijde twee landkaarten en zeventien gekleurde prentjes. De prentjes zijn compleet maar deels los van elkaar, samen vormen ze een kruis.
Onderaan een landkaart: Abraham Remshard Excud. Aug. Vindel.

Voorzijde: Man in harnas met pijlenbundel in zijn hand beschermt met zijn schild de Salzburgers.
Omschrift: HIER FINDT DIE WARHEIT SCHVZ VND RVH.
In afsnede: MDCCXXXIII.

Keerzijde: Vrouwe Belgica met het wapenschild van de Staten Generaal en de Zeeuwse wateren op de achtergrond.
Omschrift: DORT SCHICKT DER HIMMEL SEEGEN ZV.
In afsnede: AVFNAHM DER SALZB. EMIGR. IN DEN VER. NIEDERL.
In linkerzijde: W (medailleur Peter Paul Werner)

Diameter: 44 mm
Gewicht penning: 22,14 g
Medailleur: Peter Paul Werner
Uitgever/drukker: Abraham Remshard
v.Loon pl VIII n.81



Silver screw medal or token box on the entry of the Salzburger refugees in the Netherlands. The medal can be unscrewed, on the inside are two maps and seventeen painted images. The images are complete but are partly separated, together they can be laid out in the shape of a cross.
On one of the maps on the inside is the name of the painter: Abraham Remshard.

Legend obverse: Here the truth finds shelter and peace, 1733 in Roman numerals in ex.
Legend reverse: Reception of the Salzburger emigrants in the United Netherlands. On the left side the signature of the medallist W (Peter Paul Werner).


Article code: 16-6608

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From the late 13th century to the end of the 14th century, purpose-made jetons were produced in England, similar in design to contemporary Edwardian pennies. Although they were made of brass they were often pierced or indented at the centre to avoid them being plated with silver and pass them off as real silver coins. Throughout the 15th century, competition from France and the Low Countries ended jeton manufacture in England, but this did not last long. Nuremberg jeton masters initially started by copying counters of their European neighbours, but by the mid 16th century they gained a monopoly by mass-producing cheaper jetons.

This jeton is made by Hans Krauwinckel (1562-1586), master jeton maker in Nuremberg. His brother Damianus Krauwinckel (1543-1581) as well as his nephews Egidius (1570-1613) and Hans Krauwinckel II were all master jeton makers in Nuremberg. A sister of Egidius (Barbara) married Georg Lauffer, member of another family of jeton makers.
The name Krauwinckel is spelt in various ways.

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