Abraham Ortelius - Emanuel van Metheren - 1559-7-3

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Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp

Abraham Ortelius - Emanuel van Metheren - 1559-7-3
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  504
InstitutionName of Institution.
InventoryInventory number.
AuthorAuthor of the document. Abraham Ortelius
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Emanuel van Metheren
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . July 3, 1559 JL
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Antwerp 51° 13' 16.00" N, 4° 23' 58.96" E
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation.
LiteratureReference to literature. Hessels 1887, no. 8, p. 181, Callataÿ 2017, p. 95, n° 78.2
KeywordNumismatic Keywords  Liberalitas
LanguageLanguage of the correspondence Dutch
External LinkLink to external information, e.g. Wikpedia  http://www.numisbel.be/KBGN%20175 Callatay.pdf
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3 July 1559 (from Antwerp): “Sy hebben gelt gestroijt te dier tijt, waer af icker eene gecocht hebbe, op deen zijde staen onsen coninck ende syn nieuwe hijsvrouwe nae het leven met deze inscriptie Philippus et Elisabeth dei gracia R. R. Hispanie; op dander syde een pauwinn met Mercurij caduceo, de inscriptie Concordia, die scrijve ick v tot een lieteeken der waerheijt” (Hessels 1887, no. 8, p. 18).


  1. ^  Hessels, J.H. (1887), Abrahami Ortelii (geographi Antverpiensis) et virorum eruditorum ad eundem et ad Jacobum Colium Ortelianum (Abraham Ortelii sororis filium) epistulae cum aliquot aliis epistulis et tractatibus quibusdam ab utroque collectis (1524-1628) ex autographis mandante ecclesia Londino-Batava, Cantabrigae. Reprint: Osnabrück, O. Zeller, 1969.
  2. ^  Callataÿ, Fr. de (2017), “Glory and misery of Belgian numismatics from the 16th to the 18th c. as seen through three milestones (Goltz 1563, Serrure 1847 and the Dekesels) and private correspondences”, in J. Moens (ed.), 175 years of Royal Numismatic Society of Belgium. Proceedings of the Colloquium ‘Belgian numismatics in perspective (Brussels, 21 May 2016’), Brussels, pp. 37-129.