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Religion and Humanity

Circular medal. Stamped on edge. Obverse: Large extending from clouds at proper left, holding two nude children over a snake ready to strike, marked at proper right of snake; inscribed in Latin above and at proper right. Reverse: Deceased man, wearing a laureate crown, reclining below, clouds...

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Inscription

Obverse: Inscribed above "TUTI QUOS SERVAT" and at proper right "Josuë Dupon". Reverse: Inscribed in clouds "AD VITAM AETERNAM", at proper left "Josuë Dupon", and in exergue "SIC TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI".

Marks

Stamped on edge "J.FONSON".

Provenance

By 1934, Malcolm Storer; 1934, gift of Malcolm Storer to MFA. (Accession Date: April 5, 1934)

Credit Line

Gift of Malcolm Storer

Belgian, 1932

Object Place

Belgium

Accession Number

34.142

Medium or Technique

Metal; bronze

Collections

Europe

Classifications

Numismatics, Medals