[Oostenrijk] Penning op het huwelijk van Kroonprins Rudolph en Prinses Stephanie van België, 1881

Austrian medal. Marriage of Crown Prince Rudolph and Princess Stephanie, 1881

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[Oostenrijk]. Penning op het huwelijk van Kroonprins Rudolf met Prinses Stephanie van België.1881. Vz: Rechtsgewende portretten van het bruidspaar. Kz: Engel met toorts die rozen strooit. (Verkocht)


 


 [Austria] Crownprince Rudolph* (1858-1889). Marriage of Crown Prince Rudolph and Princess Stephanie of Belgium, 1881, bronze medal by J. Tautenhayn Sr. Obv. conjoined busts right. Rev. winged figure holding torch and strewing roses, 54 mm (Hauser 372; Wurzb. 8055; BDM VI, 38). (sold)


*Crown prince Rudolph was the only son of Emperor Franz Joseph I. and Empress Elisabeth. Under the pressure of his father he married Stephanie, the daughter of the Belgian King Leopold II. Rudolph was considered to be a liberal. Contrary to his father who was closely allied to Germany Rudolph aimed for an alliance with France and England. The Prince suffered from extreme modd swings and committed suicide in 1889. Next to him the body of one of his numerous concubines, the17-year old baroness Mary Vetsera was found. What exactly happened this night couldn't be enlightened until today.
[Oostenrijk] Penning op het huwelijk van Kroonprins Rudolph en Prinses Stephanie van België, 1881

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[Oostenrijk]. Penning op het huwelijk van Kroonprins Rudolf met Prinses Stephanie van België.1881. Vz: Rechtsgewende portretten van het bruidspaar. Kz: Engel met toorts die rozen strooit. (Verkocht)

 

 [Austria] Crownprince Rudolph* (1858-1889). Marriage of Crown Prince Rudolph and Princess Stephanie of Belgium, 1881, bronze medal by J. Tautenhayn Sr. Obv. conjoined busts right. Rev. winged figure holding torch and strewing roses, 54 mm (Hauser 372; Wurzb. 8055; BDM VI, 38). (sold)

*Crown prince Rudolph was the only son of Emperor Franz Joseph I. and Empress Elisabeth. Under the pressure of his father he married Stephanie, the daughter of the Belgian King Leopold II. Rudolph was considered to be a liberal. Contrary to his father who was closely allied to Germany Rudolph aimed for an alliance with France and England. The Prince suffered from extreme modd swings and committed suicide in 1889. Next to him the body of one of his numerous concubines, the17-year old baroness Mary Vetsera was found. What exactly happened this night couldn't be enlightened until today.

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