Irish Surplus Revenue Dispute 1753, The Speaker of the Irish Parliament, holding a bag inscribed VINDICATA, places a cap of Liberty on Hibernia attended by Industry and Law, who holds a document labelled LEGES. Fame, with a banner on her trumpet inscribed CXXIV, and a ribbon inscribed ERGO TVA JURA MANEBVNT, above. VTCVNQVE FERENT EA FACTA MINORES VINCIT AMOR PATRIAE Ex. Vulture and wolf scramble for gold.
Lot 585
Irish Surplus Revenue Dispute 1753, The Speaker of the Irish Parliament, holding a bag inscribed VINDICATA, places a cap of Liberty on Hibernia attended by Industry and Law, who holds a document labelled LEGES. Fame, with a banner on her trumpet inscribed CXXIV, and a ribbon inscribed ERGO TVA JURA MANEBVNT, above. VTCVNQVE FERENT EA FACTA MINORES VINCIT AMOR PATRIAE Ex. Vulture and wolf scramble for gold.
Sold for £6,480 (US$ 10,169) inc. premium

Lot Details
Irish Surplus Revenue Dispute 1753,
The Speaker of the Irish Parliament, holding a bag inscribed VINDICATA, places a cap of Liberty on Hibernia attended by Industry and Law, who holds a document labelled LEGES. Fame, with a banner on her trumpet inscribed CXXIV, and a ribbon inscribed ERGO TVA JURA MANEBVNT, above. VTCVNQVE FERENT EA FACTA MINORES VINCIT AMOR PATRIAE Ex. Vulture and wolf scramble for gold. R.SACRVM SENATORIBVS CXXIV QVI TENACES PROSPOSITI FORTITER AC PRVDENTER JURA PATRIAE RITE VINDICARVNT XVII DIE DECEMBRIS AERAE CHRISTIANAE MDCCLIII QVOCIRCA VIVITE FORTES in the centre. QVIQVE SVI MEMORES ALIOS FECERE MERENDO D.44mm. (MIii, 673/385. Eimer.641). engraved on rim (Abel Ram Member for the Borough of Newborough). Fitted with small mount at 12 o'clock, otherwise small edge bruises very fine. (1)

Footnotes

  • Provenance: English private collection, acquired by the Rev. Abel John Ram of Clonatin, Rector of Rolleston, Burton-on-Trent, Canon of Rochester Cathedral, from his grandfather, the medal recipient, and then by descent.
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