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b. 1730 - d. 1819

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        • ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE-SIMON-BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819): PLASTER MEDALLION BOX AND WAX MEDALLION OF KING LOUIS XV (2)
          Apr. 26, 2023

          ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE-SIMON-BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819): PLASTER MEDALLION BOX AND WAX MEDALLION OF KING LOUIS XV (2)

          Est: £600 - £800

          ATTRIBUTED TO PIERRE-SIMON-BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819): PLASTER MEDALLION BOX AND WAX MEDALLION OF KING LOUIS XV The tortoiseshell box with lacquer exterior, the lid set with a plaster medallion portraying the profile of the King's sister, accompanied by a green wax medallion of Louis XV (1710-1774), King of France (1715-1774), with a handwritten label verso supporting the provenance and the attribution for the plaster medallion in the lid of the box, wax medallion diameter 6.4cm, box diameter 7.6cm (2)

          Bonhams
        • Duvivier Bronze George Washington Medallion
          May. 30, 2021

          Duvivier Bronze George Washington Medallion

          Est: $200 - $400

          after DUVIVIER, P. S. Benjamin, (French, 1730-1819): Bronze medallion with portrait of Washington, motto, and signed Duvivier, Paris. F. Reverse with Battle scene of Boston, engraved on side "Union League Club, February , 22nd, 1907" and stamped Bronze. 2.75" dia. . Sold with fitted display box, 4 x 4".

          Amero Auctions
        • P.S. Benjamin DUVIVIER (1730 - 1819). Industrie Medaille Paris 1797 / 1798.
          May. 30, 2020

          P.S. Benjamin DUVIVIER (1730 - 1819). Industrie Medaille Paris 1797 / 1798.

          Est: €20 -

          P.S. Benjamin DUVIVIER (1730 - 1819). Industrie Medaille Paris 1797 / 1798. 5.6 cm Durchmesser, 0,5 cm hoch, 93,2 Gramm. Bezeichnet auf der Vorderseite "ENCOURAGEMENS ET RECOMPENSES A L'INDUSTRIE" "AUX ARTS UTILES / REP. FR." auf dem Behälter unten rechts "an 7" und signiert "E. DUVIVIER". Verso Lorbeerkranz. Klassische Skulpteur - Arbeit des Empire aus der Zeit. Zusatnd siehe Fotos. P.S. Benjamin DUVIVIER (1730 - 1819). Industrie. Medal, Paris 1797 / 1798. 5.6 cm in diameter, 0.5 cm high, 93.2 grams. Inscribed on the front "ENCOURAGEMENS ET RECOMPENSES A L'INDUSTRIE" "AUX ARTS UTILES / REP. FR." on the bottom right of the container "at 7" and signed "E. DUVIVIER". Verso laurel wreath. Condition see photos.

          Auktionshaus Oberursel
        • Around the DUVIVIER family ? [Right profile portra
          Dec. 14, 2018

          Around the DUVIVIER family ? [Right profile portra

          Est: €100 - €150

          Around the DUVIVIER family ? [Right profile portrait of a young man, hair tied in the back of the neck]. 18th c Drawing, sanguine pencil, 13 x 16 cm. Stuck by edges on a framed passepartout. Face in a numbered grid of 22 x 17 cases, maybe a preparation for a cameo or a medal work ? Perhaps this beautiful drawing may be attributed to a member of the French family Duvivier, engravers and medal makers originally from Liège. Jean (1687-1761) and his son Benjamin (1730-1819) are the most well-known. Prov. [Georges Petit].

          Arenberg Auctions
        • PIERRE SIMON BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (French, 1730-1819). MARRIAGE OF LOUIS XV, Bronze relief medallion. Restrike of an historic medal.
          Apr. 07, 2016

          PIERRE SIMON BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (French, 1730-1819). MARRIAGE OF LOUIS XV, Bronze relief medallion. Restrike of an historic medal.

          Est: $20 - $40

          PIERRE SIMON BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (French, 1730-1819). MARRIAGE OF LOUIS XV, Bronze relief medallion. Restrike of an historic medal - D: 40 mm

          Sloans & Kenyon
        • WASHINGTON COMITIA AMERICANA SILVER TABLE MEDAL - Washington Before Boston Commemorative Medal first issued in 1800 in bronze, (this is the 1880 issue with cornucopia rim mark), created in Paris by Pierre-Simon-Benjam...
          Nov. 15, 2015

          WASHINGTON COMITIA AMERICANA SILVER TABLE MEDAL - Washington Before Boston Commemorative Medal first issued in 1800 in bronze, (this is the 1880 issue with cornucopia rim mark), created in Paris by Pierre-Simon-Benjam...

          Est: $4,500 - $5,000

          WASHINGTON COMITIA AMERICANA SILVER TABLE MEDAL - Washington Before Boston Commemorative Medal first issued in 1800 in bronze, (this is the 1880 issue with cornucopia rim mark), created in Paris by Pierre-Simon-Benjamin Duvivier (1730-1819), comissioned by Congress. The obverse shows an undraped bust right of Washington based on a bust sculpted by Jean-Antoine Houdon at Mount Vernon in October of 1785 and then transported to Paris in January 1786. Below the bust is COMITIA AMERICANA, which is Latin for "The American Congress." Around the rim is GEORGIO WASHINGTON SVMPREMO DVCI EXERCITVVM ADSERTORI LIBERTATIS. This legend is a continuation of the phrase below the bust, together they translate as: "The American Congress to George Washington supreme commander of the army [and] defender of liberty". Signed below the bust, DV VIVIER / PARIS . F. The reverse of the medal displays Washington on Dorchester Heights with Gen. Henry Knox and other commanders, all on horseback. To the far right, two cannon behind a parapet can be seen pointed at the city, while in the foreground two unmounted cannon barrels along with some cannon balls lay on the ground. Washington points below where we see the British fleet fleeing Boston. The Latin legend HOSTIBUS PRIMO FUGATIS translates as: "For the first time the enemies are put to flight." The Latin phrase in exergue BOSTONIUM RECUPERATUM / XVII MARTI / MDCCLXXVI translates as: "Boston retaken 17 March 1776." To the far right on the cannon in the foreground is the engraver's signature DV VIV. Stamped on edge 'Argent', with cornucopia. 68 mm. Some wear.

          Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
        • PAIRE DE PETITS MÉDAILLONS EN BRONZE REPRÉSENTANT LOUIS XVI ET MARIE-ANTOINETTE, , FRANCE, VERS 1900, D'APRES LES MODELES DE BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819)
          Apr. 26, 2006

          PAIRE DE PETITS MÉDAILLONS EN BRONZE REPRÉSENTANT LOUIS XVI ET MARIE-ANTOINETTE, , FRANCE, VERS 1900, D'APRES LES MODELES DE BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819)

          Est: €500 - €700

          [A FRENCH, CIRCA 1900, PAIR OF BLACK PATINATED BRONZE MEDALLIONS WITH PORTRAITS OF LOUIS XVI AND MARIE-ANTOINETTE, AFTER MODELS BY BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819) IN GILTBRONZE FRAMES] PAIRE DE PETITS MÉDAILLONS EN BRONZE REPRÉSENTANT LOUIS XVI ET MARIE-ANTOINETTE, measurements diam. 11,5 cm alternate measurements diam. 4 1/2 in dans des cadres en bronze doré portant la signature et la date Du Vivier F. 1781, et intitulés LUDOVICUS.XVI.FRANCE.ET.NAV.REX. ; MAR.ANTON.AUSTR.FRANCIAE.ET.NAVARR.REGINA ; bronze à patine noire Quantity: 2 NOTE Benjamin Duvivier, fils de Jean Duvivier (1687-1761), descend de la célèbre dynastie de fabricants de médailles. A la mort de son père en 1761, il sera nommé 'graveur des médailles de Sa Majesté'. A partir de 1772, Duvivier devient graveur général des Monnaies pour Louis XVI afin de suivre à Joseph Charles Röettiers.

          Sotheby's
        • PAIRE DE PETITS MÉDAILLONS EN BRONZE REPRÉSENTANT LOUIS XVI ET MARIE‑ANTOINETTE FRANCE, PAR
          Dec. 16, 2004

          PAIRE DE PETITS MÉDAILLONS EN BRONZE REPRÉSENTANT LOUIS XVI ET MARIE‑ANTOINETTE FRANCE, PAR

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          PAIRE DE PETITS MÉDAILLONS EN BRONZE REPRÉSENTANT LOUIS XVI ET MARIE‑ANTOINETTE FRANCE, PAR BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819) dans des beaux cadres en bronze doré d'époque Restauration signés et datés Du Vivier F. 1781, avec les inscriptions LUDOVICUS.XVI.FRANCE.ET.NAV.REX. ; MAR.ANTON.AUSTR.FRANCIAE.ET.NAVARR.REGINA ; bronze à patine noire Quantity: 2 [AN 18TH CENTURY PAIR OF BLACK PATINATED BRONZE MEDALLIONS WITH PORTRAITS OF LOUIS XVI AND MARIE-ANTOINETTE, BY BENJAMIN DUVIVIER (1730-1819), SIGNED AND DATED 1781, IN GILTBRONZE FRAMES]

          Sotheby's
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