1. 1617, The centennial of the Reformation

1. 1617, The centennial of the Reformation

1617, The centennial of the Reformation, Johann Georg I(1611-1656), elector of Saxony: Verbum Domini manet in Aeternum 1617/ The word of God remains in all eternity (1 Peter 1:25), reverse: Frederic III (1486-1525), patron of Luther: Seculum Lutheranum/the Lutheran centennial 1517, silver medal. Lees...

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2. 1717, Commemorating the bicentennial

2. 1717, Commemorating the bicentennial

1717, Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation: Martin Luther with swan, candle and bible, under his feet the papal symbols: Het tweede jubelfeest ter gedachteniss van de reformatie door D.M.Lutherus, begonnen Anno 1517 (The second jubilee commemorating the Reformation by Doctor Martin Luther, Anno 1517). On the bible: Bib Sac, Ps CXIX, vs 89 (Biblia Sacra/Holy Scripture, Psalm 119:89 “Your word, Lord, is eternal; it stands firm in the...

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3. 1717, Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation

3. 1717, Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation

1717, Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation, bust Luther: MartInVs LVutherVs theoLogIae DoCtor/Martin Luther doctor of theology (M, D, C, 2xL, 3xV, 2xI = 1717), reverse: palm tree in landscape: foLIUM eIVs neC DefLVuet/ his leaf shall not fall down. (1717). Onderschrift: IN MEM:oriam IVB:laei  EV:angelici  SEC:undi  D:ie 31 OCT:obris/ Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation, 31e october. Medallist: P.H.Müller, gold and...

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4. 1717 Reformation bust Martin Luther

4. 1717 Reformation bust Martin Luther

1717, Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation: bust Martin Luther see medal nr 3, reverse: a sowing farmer: Ego plantavi deus incrementum dedit/ I have planted, God gave the increase. D:ie 31 OCT:obris. gold and silver.

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5. 1717 Martin Luther doctor in Theology

5. 1717  Martin Luther doctor in Theology

1717. Commemorating the bicentennial of the Reformation: bust Martin Luther: MartInVs LVutherVs theoLogIae DoCtor/Martin Luther doctor in Theology. (M, D, C, 2xL, 3xV, 2xI – 1717). Under the bust: Verbum domini manet in aeternum/ The word of God remains in all eternity, reverse: city view of the New Jerusalem: eCCe sVper te orIetVr DoMInVs/ see the Lord will rise upon you (1717). Subscription: alter post emenData sa Cra annVs IVbILaeVs...

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