SubjectEvent: Kingdom of Belgium
Displaying records 1 to 20 of 24 total results.
Date
1917
Mint
Munich
Obverse
WIE LANGE NOCH?: A giant representing Russia lays dying atop the allies France, Serbia, Romania and Belgium. A skeleton, England, takes his pulse.
Reverse
GVT GEBRVLLT, LOWE! 1917: An English soldier sits on the floor, a serving tray before him carrying the Neutral Countries in the form of porcelain figures.
Diameter
85.0
Reference
AoD 7513.7155.198.b, Kienast 198
Date
1917
Obverse
TO MAKE THE WORLD SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY/ WE ARE ONE: Bust of Columbia to l.
Reverse
THE MAYOR/ AND COMMITTEE OF/ CITIZENS OF THE CITY OF/ NEW YORK/ TO RUMOR AND WELCOME/ THE / BELGIAN WAR MISSION/ TO THE / UNITED STATES/ OF / AMERICA/ AUGUST 21, 1917
Diameter
42.0
Weight
27.823
Reference
AoD 21191.0.13.a
Provenance
W.C. Falls Dec. 15, 1920
Date
1916
Mint
Philadelphia
Obverse
BELGIUM'S APPEAL: Mother holding baby kneeling to r. with hand for alms held out
Weight
11.66
Reference
AoD 21191.0.16.b
Date
1916
Mint
Philadelphia
Obverse
BELGIUM'S APPEAL: Mother holding baby kneeling to r. with hand for alms held out
Diameter
29.0
Weight
2.214
Reference
AoD 21191.0.16.a, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.82
Provenance
H.E. Gillingham 1917
Date
1926
Obverse
MULTIPLICAT NOVIES PHOENIX REPARABILES ALES: Rising Phoenix to r. with sun rise in background.
Reverse
LA BELGIQUE REPARE LES DESASTRES DE LA GUERRE: Female figure, head to l., wearing laurel wreath, sword and carrying laurel branches in r. and l. hand, towering over ruins of city, which is in the process of being restored.
Diameter
70.0
Reference
AoD 257.1.16520.11.a
Date
1921
Obverse
L'ARMEE . BELGE . REJOINT LES ARMEES . ALLIEES/ in exergue, 7-14-OCTOBRE/ . MCMXIV .: Three female females representing England, Belgium, and France greeting one another.
Reverse
ANVERS -- RETIENT/ SEPT . DIVISIONS -- ALLEMANDES/ 22.SEPTRE 10 -- OCT -- 1914: Draped female figure, facing, holding sword in l. hand and leaning on stone blocks with r. hand.
Diameter
70.0
Reference
AoD 257.1.23919.3
Date
1916
Mint
Stuttgart
Obverse
MICHEL LOHNT DEM BRABANTER KIRCHENSCHÄNDER: Michel ("Germany") deprives priest of his mitrate, kicking him with l. foot so priest drops his prayer book, shield of city of Mechelen below.
Reverse
WEIHEPFENNIG DEM ERZHIRTEN VON MECHELN: Devil attempting to place a mitrate as an extinguisher on top of large candle.
Diameter
78.0
Weight
86.188
Reference
AoD 7513.525.1.a, Frankenhuis 1535
Provenance
Schulman
Date
1917
Mint
Berlin
Obverse
In exergue: ENTENTE: Group of ten soldiers representing states named on reverse standing to r., awaiting attack.
Reverse
ENGLAND/ UND SEINE/ KNECHTE/ FRANKREICH/ BELGIEN/ PORTUGAL/ JAPAN/ ITALIEN/ MONTNEGRO/ SERBIEN/ RUMÄNIEN/ RUSSLAND: Seated and hatted figure (England) facing, holding nine leashes connected to heads of representatives of states named in legend.
Diameter
71.0
Weight
78.74
Reference
AoD 7513.814.1.a, Schulman 64.348
Date
1915
Obverse
LL. MM. -- ALBERT -- ELISABETH/ * HONNEUR */ VAILLANCE HUMANITÉ: Jugate busts of King Albert and Queen Elisabeth to l. within heart-shaped cartouche flanked by laurel branches and seated on capital like object.
Reverse
[on banner,] . 1914 - 1915.: View of cathedral of Our Lady of Antwerp; coat of arms of Antwerp within cartouche decorated in scrollwork, flanked by oak branches.
Diameter
42.0
Reference
AoD 257.215.514.a, Lefebure 1923.514
Date
1914
Obverse
LL. MM. -- ALBERT -- ELISABETH: Jugate busts of King Albert and Queen Elisabeth to l.
Reverse
AVANT QU'ON/ ANÉANTISSE NOTRE ARMÉE/ IL FAUDRA QU'ON ME MARCHE/ SUR LE CORPS/ - /VOORALEER MIJN LEGER/ TE VERNIETIGEN ZAL MEN/ OVER MIJN LICHAAM/ MOETEN TRAPPEN/ ALBERT/ 1914: Crowned banner on top.
Diameter
25.0
Reference
AoD 257.215.1.a
Date
1915
Obverse
[on banner,] 1914 - 1915/ ANTVERPIA: Front view of Antwerp town/ city hall; coat of arms of Antwerp below.
Reverse
IN VREUGD EN ROUW,/ WEES VADERLAND/ EN MOEDERSTAD/ GETROUW./ 1914-1915: Crowned banner above cartouche juxtaposed onto heart transmitting rays.
Reference
AoD 257.215.3.a
Date
1915
Obverse
Uniformed bust of Albert I to l.
Reverse
DE HELDHAFTIGE/ KONING DER BELGEN/ * ALBERT */ LE ROI HEROIQUE/ DES BELGES/ 1914*15
Diameter
30.0
Weight
8.43
Reference
AoD 257.13121.251.a, Lefebure 1923.251
Date
1915
Obverse
Head of Albert I to l.
Reverse
1914/ BELGIE/ TROUW/ BELGIQUE/ FIDELE/ 1915: Legend juxtaposed on rampant Belgian lion walking to l.
Diameter
22.0
Weight
6.424
Reference
AoD 257.0.2.a
Date
1915
Obverse
[Crowned monogram "E"]: Bust of Elisabeth to r.
Reverse
DE LIEFDADIGE KONINGIN/ ELISABETH/ LA REINE CHARITABLE
Diameter
30.0
Weight
8.452
Reference
AoD 257.13121.252.a, Lefebure 1923.252
Date
1915
Obverse
Jugated busts of Albert I and Elisabeth of Bavaria to l.
Reverse
1914-15/ POUR L'HONNEUR/ DE LA PATRIE/ VOOR DE EER VAN'T VADERLAND: Lion, laying down to l. on top of drape/ flag with crowned pole between claws; crowned Belgian shield to r. with oak leaves behind.
Diameter
28.0
Weight
6.95
Reference
AoD 257.13121.344.a, Lefebure 1923.344
Date
1915
Obverse
VERWOND MAAR NIET VERWONNEN/ 1914-1915/ BLESSE MAIS NON VAICU: Lion resting on rock to r. with arrow in r. upper leg.
Reverse
VOOR BELGENLAND ONS LEVEN/ POUR BELGIQUE NOTRE VIE: In foreground: crowned shield displaying jugated busts of Albert I and Elisabeth of Bavaria to l., flanked by two rampant lions; in background: battle field scene, soldiers lined up with commanding officer ordering attack on burning house in far distance.
Diameter
28.0
Weight
10.114
Reference
AoD 257.0.1.a
Date
1915
Obverse
VERWOND MAAR NIET VERWONNEN/ 1914-1915/ BLESSE MAIS NON VAICU: Lion resting on rock to r. with arrow in r. upper leg.
Reverse
VOOR BELGENLAND ONS LEVEN/ POUR BELGIQUE NOTRE VIE: In foreground: crowned shield displaying jugated busts of Albert I and Elisabeth of Bavaria to l., flanked by two rampant lions; in background: battle field scene, soldiers lined up with commanding officer ordering attack on burning house in far distance.
Diameter
28.0
Weight
8.726
Reference
AoD 257.0.1.b
Date
1923
Mint
Paris
Obverse
GENERAL GEORGES LEMAN:LE DEFENSEUR DE LIEGE: Bust to r.
Reverse
FIDE FIDELITATE ET CONCORDIA:LIEGE IV-XIX AOUT MCMXIV: Belgian lion growling at German eagle
Diameter
68.0
Reference
AoD 6185.141517.1.a
Date
1926
Mint
Paris
Obverse
AMITE FRANCO BELGE: Two women representing Belgium and France embracing
Reverse
MCMXIV MCMXVIII: Coat of arms of Belgium and France
Diameter
68.0
Reference
AoD 6185.25514.4.a
Date
1920
Mint
Munich
Obverse
BELGIEN'S RAUBZUG 1920: Paw of Belgian lion seizes markers of Eupen and Malmedy
Reverse
NACH DEM SIEG; on paper: SELBSTE STIMMUNG RECHT DER VOLKER: Two headed bird grasping pen flies over sheet of paper
Diameter
59.0
Reference
AoD 7513.7155.283.a, Kienast 283
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