Antique 17th century Nürnberg Zinn Pewter Relief Plate Kaisertel
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Antique 17th century German Nürnberg - Nuremberg pewter relief plate KAISERTELLER circa 1630 of Ferdinand II (9 July 1578 15 February 1637). At the centre is a medallion depicting the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II Habsburg on horseback with a legend: FERDINAND: II. DG.RO: IM: S: A: At the rim are eleven numbered oval cartouches bordered by mannerist strap work and interspersed with grotesque masks, each containing a mounted equestrian figure of the Emperor from the House of Hapsburg with his name in the legend as follow.
1. RUDOLPH. I. 2. ALBERT: I. 3. FRIDER III 4. ALBERT. II. 5. FRIDER. IIII 6. MAXIMI. I. 7. CAROL. V. 8. FERDIN: I. 9. MAXMIL.II 10. RUDOLPH.I 11. MATHIAS.I
Condition: Some imperfections on the reverse of the rim, and an old defect with a very small hole on the centre. The plate shows usage and age patina, on the reverse are turning marks.
Diameter: 18.7 cm (7 3/8 in).
Weight: 387 g (13 5/8 oz)
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