Kolekcja Polskich Monet Złotych 1535 - 1925
30 listopada 2020 godz. 19:00

Jan Kazimierz, dukat koronny
1649
Mennica Kraków
Estymacja: 100 000 - 120 000 zł
Numer obiektu na aukcji
30
Jan Kazimierz, dukat koronny
1649
Mennica Kraków

Estymacja: 100 000 - 120 000 zł

złoto, 2,88 g (moneta wokoło obcięta); śr. 21 mm
Av .: Bust of the king facing right, with long hair falling in curls to the shoulder, in a laurel wreath, in a lace collar and rich armor, with the order of the Golden Fleece on the chest.
Along the rim, an inscription: IO: CASI: DG - REX · P · MD.
Rv .: Under the crown, there is a five-field Polish-Lithuanian coat of arms, with a Snopek - the Vasa family coat of arms - in the heart field. At the crown, the date: 16 - 49. On the sides of the shield the letters G - P; around a chain with the jewel of the Order of the Golden Fleece. The crown and the jewel of the order are separated by a rim in which the inscription: L · R. P M S · CZ - N · N · S · G · V · H · RE.
ID: 79242
Podatki i opłaty
- Do kwoty wylicytowanej doliczana jest opłata aukcyjna. Stanowi ona część końcowej ceny obiektu i wynosi 18%.
Pochodzenie
  • Warsaw Numismatic Center, Auction 41, item 304
Literatura
  • A. L. Friedberg and Ira S. Friedberg, Gold Coins of the World, 90
  • Catalogue de la collection des médailles et monnaies polonaises du comte Emeric HuttenCzapski, St. Petersbourg 1875 Cracovie 1915
Więcej informacji
In 1649, three types of ducats were issued from the Kraków mint; all minted in small amounts today are extremely rare. On their reverse, on the sides of the coat of arms, we can see the letters G - P belonging to Gerhard Pyry, the manager of the mint in Krakow in the years 1647-1650. Despite the fact that the disc was cut, probably in the epoch, in order to fraudulently obtain gold, or later, because the coin was placed in a goldsmith's setting, this specimen looks good and is worth the utmost attention. An extremely rare coin, which was not present even in the 19th century in the largest and most famous collection of Polish coins Emeryka hr. Hutten-Czapski (now the Czapski Museum, branch of the National Museum in Krakow).