Following the family succession of the great region of Versaillaise. Louis xv (1 September 1715-10 May 1774). Medal in silver of the reims-sacre, October 25, 1722, signed by Jean duvivier and Jean le blanc. The king standing, in suit, holding scepter and hand of justice.
Dv on the plinth and vintage in exercise. Scene of the anointing in the cathedral ib on the plinth. In exercise: given 25 Oct / 1722.References: page-divo, n°47 - nocq, n°63 - fleurmont, pl. N°21 and 22 - sombart, n°63b - silver. Everything is nature and period, nothing is hidden, you buy what you see: all our objects are sold "attic juices" to resume a fashionable expression, because we are unable to restore, transform or hack any object! The objects are in principle good condition, often a few small shocks for medals or metal objects and unless otherwise stated abbreviated in the title and detailed below or clearly mentioned in the description. For badges and medals the entries in the title indicate the state with the following abbreviations. Silver badges are expressly marked as "silver" or "silver", the silver word alone is often truncated in the title it lacks the e to indicate silver.
It is indicated in variants because many badges have variants: colors, model, back, approval, etc.... All in plural which does not mean that I sell 2 items per ad, unless it is clearly mentioned! For paper documents, given the age, small problems are still present: traces of dust, small folds, dirt, but very important problems are reported. Attention: we always present two photos to show the front and back of the items for sale.Unless otherwise stated, we sell to the room (1 item) per ad. For bronze or other metal table medals and tokens of presence, small defects can be present as small shocks, large defects are in principle always reported. We leave these objects in the state of finding: we do no cleaning! From 300 euros purchase, possibility to split payments: 2 cheques handed over to cashing at 1 month interval or more cheque if larger purchases. The object is sent 21 days after handing over the first cheque to the bank in order to avoid scams. Once or twice a week, in principle at the beginning and mid-week, depending on the working days, workload, general summer holidays, the opening of our post office and the fact that the post does not distribute or send mail or parcels on Saturdays since the pandemic. During the summer holidays (July and August) shipments are made only once a week. This information is only indicative - it is not contractual in any way. Thank you for being understanding. Bubble wrapping for small objects (we are a commercial company).
Postage costs (postage plus follow-up or recommended costs when this item is selected). The VAT we pay, because these fees included in our selling price are a pure margin for tax services.
Guarantees: items are insured in accordance with the general conditions of sale of the mail services - parcel of poste r1, r2, r3. Beware no refund in case of loss or deterioration with the letters followed or max! Buying or bidding constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions of sale.The item "Table Medaille louis xv 25 October 1722 chanre à reims d=41mm tres rare" has been on sale since Tuesday 16 February 2021. It is in the category "currency\medals, tokens\médailles françaises\xixe siècle". The seller is "tenmude8" and is located in / beire the chatel. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.