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over the Germans; Engagement of Ladenburg; Battle of
Ensheim; The Security of France and the Dutch fleet; Retreat
of 60,000 Germans over the Rhine, 1675 ; Defeat of the Spaniards
in the straits of Messina; Capture of Dinant and Huy;
Capture of Limburg; - - Victories of the French near Altenheim
(2 var.); Capture of eighty towns in Catalonia; - - Siege of
Hagenau raised ; The Collar of the Order of St. Esprit given to
the King of Poland ; Foundation of the " Invalides ", 1676 ; -
Capture of Conde ; Bouchain taken ; Aire taken ; Siege of
Maestricht raised ; Capture of the fort of Cayenne ; Defeat of
the Dutch Fleet under Admiral de Ruyter in Sicilian waters by the
French ; Naval Battle of Agesta ; - - Victory of the French fleet
near Palermo; Cambrai taken, 1677; Saint-Omer taken ;
Siege of Charleroi raised ; Freiburg taken ; - - Tabago taken ;
Saint-Ghislain taken; Burning of the Dutch fleet at Tabago; -



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Capture of Valenciennes ; - - Victories of the French at Kassel in
Flanders; - Peace of Nymwegen, 1678; Ghent taken:
Capture of the citadel of Ghent ; - - Ypres taken ; - - Puycerda
taken; - - Engagement of St.-Denis; - Campaign ot Louis XIV.
near Ghent; - Capture ofLewe by night; French troops cross
the Pyrenees ; Victories of the French over the Germans ;
- Battle of St.-Denis ; Marriage of Marie-Louise of Austria
with Charles II. of Spain, 1679; - Peace between France and
Denmark; Conquest often towns in Alsace, 1680; Marriage
of the Dauphin (sev. var.) ; The Port of Toulon ; Enlistment
of Sailors; The Palace of Versailles; Construction of

Huningen; Strassburg taken, 1681 ; Reduction of Strassburg
and Casale ; The Citadel of Casale surrenders to Louis XIV. ; -
Defeat of the Privateers of Chio; The Port of Brest ; Institu-
tion of Cadet Corps, 1682; - - The King ^condemns himself;




Louis XIV. receives James II., 1689.

Birth of the Duke of Burgundy, father of Louis XV. ; Fortification
of Strassburg, 1683 ; Redemption of the Captives; The King's
Apartments; Death of Queen Maria-Theresia ; Courtrai and
Dixmunden captured ; The Coast-guards ; Birth of the Duke
of Anjou (Philip V. of Spain); - Construction of Sarrelouis;
Luxemburg taken by the French, 1684; Twenty years' Truce
concluded between France, Spain and Holland ; Bombardment
of Genoa ; Peace concluded with Algeria ; Surrender of three
millions to the Spaniards; Louis XIV. grants an audience to the
Doge of Genoa, 1685 ; - Extinction of Heresy, or Revocation of
the Edict of Nantqs (sev. var.); The destroyed Churches;
The Pont Royal; Building of three hundred Churches;
Discovery of the satellites of Saturn; Birth of the Duke of Berry ;
Audience granted to the Siamese ambassadors ; Fetes given at
the Paris Hotel de Ville, 1687 ; Recovery of Louis XIV. (2 var.) ;



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The daughters of Saint-Cyr; - Philipsburg captured by the
French, 1688; Building of Galleys at Marseilles; - The King's
commissioners sent to the provinces; Twenty towns captured on
the Rhine by the Dauphin; James II. received by Louis XIV.,
1689 ; Capture of Camperdown ; Battle of Fleurus, 1690 ;
Destruction of the united English and Dutch fleets on the English
coast; Battle of Stafford (sev. var.); Naval Victory of the
French ; Medal on the Three Victories ; - The Galleries of
the " Havre-de-Grace " ; Conquest of Savoy; Relief of
Quebec; Mons taken, 1691 ; Nice taken ; Capture of Mons
and Nice on the same day ; Battle of Leuze ; Capture of Mont-
melian; Namur taken, 1691; Engagement of Steinkirk
(2 var.); 150 towns fortified; Engagement of Pforzheim ;
Rewards given to naval Officers, 1693 i Institution of the Order
of Saint-Louis; - - Second Capture of Roses; - Battle of La





The Dtke of Anjou proclaimed King of Spain, 1700.

Marsaille; Capture of Charleroi ; - - Veurne (Furnes), and
Dixmunden captured by the French ; - - Defeat of the Fleet oft
Smyrna; - Battle of Nerwinden ; - - The flourishing Navy;
Defeat of the united English and Dutch Fleets off the coast of
Brittany, 1694; r- Capture of Gerona; Palamos taken; - - The
March of Pont-de-Pierre; - - French Victories in Spain; France
provided with corn by the King's care; Campaign of the

Dauphin on the Scheld; Seizures made by French Shipowners
1695 ; - - The Enemy repulsed at Dunkirk; - - Dixmunden and
Deinse taken; - Capture of ships on the Texel, 1696; - - The
Campaign of 1696 ; Peace concluded with Savoy ; Ath taken,
1697 ; Barcelona taken ; Carthagena (in America) taken ; -
France resists Europe ; Capture of three hundred and fifty towns ;
Peace of Ryswick (sev. var.); Marriage of the Duke of
Burgundy ; Jeton of Louis Joseph, Due de Vendome, 1698 (signed :



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! M.) ; Prosperity of the French arms during a ten years' War ;

Ath, Barcelona and Carthagena conquered in the same year ;
The Camp of Compiegne, 1698; Equestrian statue of the King
erected ; - The Duke of Anjou accepts his candidature for the
Spanish succession ; Peace between France and Spain ; - Jetons
of the Artillery and Galleys; Homage of the Duke of Lorraine,
1699 ; Foundation of Neu-Brisach; Jetons of the " Extraor-
dinaire " and " Chambre aux Deniers" ; The Duke ot Anjou
proclaimed King of Spain under the name of Philip V., 1700
(illustrated) ; - Philip V. enters Madrid (sev. var.) ; Concord
between the two Kingdoms of Spain and France; Cremona
held by the French ; Victories ot the French and Spaniards at
Luzara ; The Sumptuary Laws; - - Victory of the French at
Friedlingen ; Law against Idlers; Chamber of Commerce of
Paris ; Jeton for the Provost of the Merchants of Paris, 1702;

- Birth of Prince Louis, son of Leopold and Elizabeth Charlotte of
Lorraine, 1704; Versailles Castle, 1707; Plan of Strassburg;

The King's motto; Mansart, French architect; Bust of
Louis XIV.

Guitfrey gives lists oi the dies and puncheons Mauger had to
alter at various times, as late as 1707 and even after that date; also
of dies by him not approved of by the Academy. In all over four
hundred puncheons are known of this engraver, which however do
not represent the whole of his work, as neither his earliest medallic
productions nor the latest have been placed on record.

Until 1698, the medals of the Louis XIV series were struck in
sixes of 30, 32 and 36 " lignes " ; about that time, Abbe Bignon
induced Mauger to engrave 200 medals, at 150 livres each, of the
size of 18 lignes, which were executed between 1699 and 1703.

Bolzenthal remarks that Mauger took the chief part in a series of
small medals, principally from Pontchartrain's designs, and from
drawings of Coypel's medals, of which in less than seven years
he had engraved in steel two hundred and sixty pieces, with the
King's bust on all of them, the monarch's likeness, however, being
rather poor. In 1702 the artist claimed 1400 livres for seven
puncheons, one with the head of Louis XIII. and the other six with
that of Louis XIV. at the respective ages of 5, n, 22, 27, 34 and
42 years, which were to accompany the reverses of the series ot
18 lignes (36 mill.) medals.

The artist was paid 30.000 livres for work done between 1697
and 1701, but in 1703 he claimed another 38600 livres, and his
claim was supported by Abbe Bignon.

Mauger never belonged to the Royal Academy of Painting and
Sculpture, although he appears to have held a distinguished rank
among his rivals, Bernard, Cheron, and others.



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BIBLIOGRAPHY. J. J. Guiffrey, Jean Manger, Revue numismatique, 1889,
pp. 273-309. Jal, Dictionnaire, c. Bolzenthal, op. cit. Hawkins, Franks
& Grueber, Medallic Illustrations, &c. H. A. Grueber, Guide to the Exhibition
oj English Medals at llx British Museum, 1891. Ammon, op. cit. C. Wyllys
Belts, American Colonial History illustrated by contemporary Medals, New York,
1894. N. Rondot, Les Me'dailleurs et les Graveurs de monnaies , jetons et me'dailles
en France, 1904. Catalogus der Nederlandsche en op Nederland be trekking hebbende
Gedenkpenningen, 1903. Van Loon, op. cit., Me'dailles de Louis le Grand. -
Blanchet, Nouveau Manuel de Numismatique, II, Me'dailles francaises, pp. 388 and
397. Hildebrand, op. cit. Cochran-Patrick, Medals of Scotland. Lepage,
op. cit. Catalogue des poincons, coins et nmlailles du nnisee monetaire de Paris.
Catalogue Monnier. A. de Foville, Les Me'dailles de Vancienne collection royale,
Paris, 1900.

MAUL, FRIEDRICH (Germ.'). Mint-master at Diisseldorf, 1736-
1738. Ammon states that his initials M. F. occur on Ducal currency
of Julich, 1738.

MAULBRONNER, HARTMANN (Germ.}. Mint-master at Augsburg,
1603.

MAURA Y MONTANER, BARTOLOME (Span.}. Contemporary
Medallist and Line-engraver, born at Palma de Mallorca, circ. 1850.
He went to Madrid in 1858 in order to continue his studies, and
there became a pupil of D. Frederico de Madrazo at the Escuela
Especial de Pintura, Escultura y Grabado. For five consecutive years
he was engaged at the Prado Museum reproducing in copper-plate
the most famous works of Spanish Masters, direct from the
originals. Since 1869, he has executed a large number of engravings,
and especially portraits of ancient as well as contemporary
personages.

The artist obtained Awards at the Spanish National Competition,
187 1 ; Universal Exhibition of Philadelphia, 1876 ; Medal of Honour
at the Universal Exhibition of Vienna, 1873 > Gold Medal, General
Exhibition of Fine Arts, Madrid, 1901.

From time to time Maura has also engraved medals, amongst
which the best known are : Fourth Centenar}' of the Discovery ot
America, 1892 ; Prize Medal of the National Spanish Exhibition,
Fine Art Section; Medal of the Exhibition of National Industries,
Madrid, 1897-1898; - - Visit to the Mint of the Queen Regent
Maria Cristina, 1894; Medal on the Majority of King Alfonso XIII.,
1902; Commemorative medal of Queen Maria Cristina's
Regency, 1903; Medal on the Catalonian Journey of Alfonso XIII. .
1904; Visit to the Mint of King Alfonso XIII. , February 1904 ;
Prize Medal of the " Anales del Ejercito y de la Armada",
with bust of Mars; Medal on the third Centenary of the publi-
cation of Don Quixote; Coronation of Alfonso XIII., 1902.

Since 1887, Maura has been Engraver to the Bank of Spain, and



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in 1893 he was appointed Chief-engraver and Artistic Director at
the Royal Mint of Madrid.

The coins issued at the Madrid Mint, since 1893, bear the artist's
initials : B M and consist of : 1893-1903 : Third Coinage of
Alfonso XIII. AT. 100 and 20 Pesetas; .R. 5, 2 and i Pesetas'", and




5 Pesetas of Alfonso XIII., 1896.

50 Centimes. 1904. Fourth Coinage. The King in uniform. Similar
denominations.

Maura is in possession of the Cross of Carlos III., Encomienda
de Isabel la Catolica, Civil Order of Alfonso XIII. and various other
distinctions.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Information kindly supplied by tlx artist tJirottgh Ox courtesy oj
Sefwr Don Adrian Romo, of Madrid.

MAURER (Germ.}. Die-sinker and Engraver, born at Dresden, and
nephew of John Croker, Chief-engraver at the London Mint,
1705-1741. At the call of Croker, Maurer came to London towards
1740, to assist his uncle in his work at the mint, but nothing
further is known of him, nor can it be ascertained how long he
stayed in England. It is surmised that as Croker died without male
issue Maurer had been appointed his heir.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Ammon, op. fit. Lochner, Medaillen Sammlung, p. VHI,
preface.

MAURETTE. HENRY MARIE (French}. Contemporary Sculptor,
born at Toulouse; pupil of Duret. He is the author of a number ot
Portrait-medallions cast in bronze, one of which was exhibited at
the Salon in 1864.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Chavignerie et Auvray, op. cit.

MAURICE (French}. Two Gem-engravers of that name, father and
son, flourished under Louis XIII., during the first half of the seven-
teenth century. The father, who was a native of the Netherlands,
first settled at Rouen, then at Paris; the son practised the art of
gem-engraving at Rouen, but died at The Hague in 1732, at the

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age of eighty. As none of the works of these artists are signed, it is
impossible to ascertain which of the gems of that period, some ot
which are of undoubted merit, may be ascribed to either of them.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. King, op. cit. Babelon, Histoire de la Gravure sur Geinuies
en France, 1902.

MAURICE (Belg.). Gem-engraver, born in the Netherlands, who
settled at Rouen under Louis XIII. His son died in 1732, at the
age of eighty, and is said to have executed a large number of fine
works. The latter, who spent most of his life in Paris, left France
during the religious troubles, and ended his days at the Hague.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Marietta, Trails, des 'Pierres gravees, Paris, 1750.

MAURISSET, JEAN THEODORE (French}. Medallist, born at Paris in
1768, died there on the 4 th of September 1825. By him are several
medals : Medal of the Tribunal de premiere instance, signed on
obv. MAURISSET ; Tribunal d'Appel, 1800 ; Pope Pius VII.'s
visit to Paris, 1805; - Tribunal de premiere instance, 1805, c.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Rondot, op. cit. Edwards, op. cit. Bolzenthal, op. cit.
Brarasen, Me'da illier Napoleon le Grand, Copenhagen, 1904.

MAURISY, ANTOINE (French). Mint-master at Sisteron, 1591.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. Vallemin, L* Atelier temporaire de Sisteron, 1591-1593.

MAUS, CHARLES (French). Contemporary Gem-engraver; pupil
of Bissinger. At the Salon of 1887 he exhibited Portrait-cameos of
Marie-Louise, and in 1892, one of the Emperor Caracalla, all cut in
sardonyx.

MAUVALLET, GILLES (French). Mint-master at Paris, circ. 1569-
1571.

MAVELOT or MAVELOTE, C (French). Engraver, whose name is
mentioned in the Mercnre Galant, February, 1684, p. 369, and in
the Journal historique de la Monnoye des medailles, 1718, II, p. 49. His
signature : C. MAVELOT F. occurs on a Jeton of the "Communaute
de 1'Art de Graveure " ; also on two others : Octagonal Jeton of
the Due de Coigny, 1715 ; Jeton with the cross of Lorraine and
crowned L's interlinked, 1708.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Rondot & De La Tour, op. cit. Lepage, op. cit.

MAWATORI, H. L. (Japan.). Mint-master at Osaka, January to
September 1871.

MAXALUS. Spurious engraver's signature, on a cameo with
laureated head of Antoninus Pius, formerly in the Gori collection.

MAXEN (Dan.). Mint-engraver at Altona, circ. 1788-1799, under
Christian VII. of Denmark, of whom he is said to have also execut-
ed medals. Some of the currency engraved by him is signed with
an M



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MAXIAS, HELIE (French'). Mint-engraver at Poitiers, appointed on
25. July 1631, but resigned in August or September 1640.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. Rondot, op. cit. Barre, loc. cit.

MAXIO, JEAN DE. Vide MASIO.

MAXWELL, COL. J. H. (Brit.). Officiating Mint-master at Bombay,
under Col. J. A. Ballard, who held the post from 1862 to 1879.

MAY, CLAUDE DE. Vide CLAUDE LEMAY (Vol. Ill, p. 390). Mint-
engraver at Paris (i 5 1 1-1552). He engraved coin-dies for the Mints
of Angers, Poitiers, Rennes, Rouen, Tours, and Troves. In February
1551 (1552) Jean Beaucousin, his son-in-law, was appointed to take
his place, on account of his failing sight ( " atendu 1'imbecillite de
veue dudit Le May ").

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Rondot & De La Tour, op. cit.

MAY, FRANQOIS DE. Vide FRANQOIS LE MAY (Vol. Ill, p. 391).

Engraver of jetons, dated 1528, and 1532-34,501116 of which were
executed for Louise de Savoie, Duchess of Bourbon.

MAY. GUILLAUME DE (French}. Engraver, who on i. April 1492
(1493) was prohibited to engrave Jetons without the sanction of the
Court (" non doresenavant faire aucunes pilles ou trousseaulx a
marquer et faire des gectons sans le congie de la cour ").

MAY. GUILLAUME DE. Vide GUILLAUME LEMAY III (Vol. Ill,
p. 392). Mint-engraver at Pans, 1512-1523, appointed on 8. August
1512 in the place of Nicolas de Russange. Between 1492 and 1517
he engraved numerous Jetons and Mereaux.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Rondot & De La Tour, op. cit.

MAY, JOHANN PHILIPP (Germ.}. Mint-master at Zweibrucken,
1612-1621.

MAY, MICHAEL AND COMPANY (Germ.). Mint-contractors at
Heidelberg, 1734-35-

MAY, WILHELM (Germ.). Die-sinker and Medallist, residing at
Frankfort-on-Main. I have noticed his signature : WILH. MAY
FRANKFURT A. M. on prize-medals of the 5 th German General
Gymnastic Fete at Frankfort, 1880 (2 var.) and other badges,
decorations, and provincial medals of little interest.

MAYER, ALEXANDER (Anstr.). Mint-engraver at Kremnitz, circ.
1859-1868. He was born at Modling near Vienna, 4. July 1840,
and was a pupil of the Academy of Fine Arts of Vienna.

MAYER, ALEXIUS (Austr.). Assistant-engraver at the Mint of
Kremnitz, 1868-1879, and Chief-engraver since 1879; was still in



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office in 1896. The Hungarian one Kreuzer pieces of 1868 were
engraved by him, in conjunction with A. Scharff.

MAYER, B. H. (Germ.'). Die-sinking Establishment at Pforzheim,
and one of the leading works in Germany for the striking of medals,
coins, decorative works, art brooches and pendants, &c. The firm
obtained a silver medal for their exhibit at the Paris Universal
Exhibition, 1900, and in 1902 B. H. Mayer received from the Grand
Duke of Baden the Order of the Lion of Zaeringen.

The firm's prospectus states : "" Der ganze Betrieb ist elektrisch
die neuesten Erfindunsjen auf dem Gebiete



eingerichtet und sind




Portrait-plaquette of Martin Luther
modelled by Prof. Rud. Mayer, and struck by B. H. Mayer.

der Technik zur Verwendung gekommen. In der Anstalt sind
aufgestellt : elektrisch betriebene Pragmaschinen System Uhlhorn,
mit den neuesten Verbesserungen, von hochster Leistungsfahigkeit,
ferner funf elektrisch betriebene Schwungradpressen von 150.000,
50.000, 45.000, 15.000 und 4.000 Kilo Druck, sowie eine grosse
Anzahl Kugelpressen, ausserdem elektrisch betriebene Excenterpres-
sen neuester Konstruktion. Ferner ein elektrisch betriebenes
Walzwerk mit dem patentierten Grossmann'schen Antrieb mit
Dickblech-, Diinnblech- und Drahtwalze, sowie einer damit in
Verbindung stehenden Circularscheere, ausserdem Dick- und



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Dunnblechscheeren, sowie eine Reihe von elektrisch betriebenen
Hilfsmaschinen, als Drehbanke, Hobel-, Sag- und Bohrmaschinen,
sowie ein neu konstruierter Gasgliihofen.

"Ferner eigene, bestens eingerichtete Gravieranstalt mit drei




Gcrmania.

elektrisch betriebenen Relief- Graviermaschinen, sowie Vergoldungs-
und Versilberungsanstalt mit elektrisch betriebenen Burst- und
Poliermaschinen setzen mich in Stand, meine verehrten Abnehmer
stets prompt und zur Zufriedenheit bedienen zu konnen.

" iEigene Emaillier werkstatte ermoglicht eine vorziigliche Aus-



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fuhrung aller emaillierter Arbeiten bei prompter und billigster
Bedienung ".

Most of the medallic productions of this firm were modelled by
Professer Rudolf Mayer of Karlsruhe, under the name of which
artist a number will be found enumerated. They are conspicuous by
their exquisite execution and finish. Amongst the best are :
Portrait-plaquette of Martin Luther (illustrated)', - Portrait-
plaquettes and Medals (6)ot Prince Bismarck; Portrait-plaquette
of Grand Duke Frederick of Baden ; - Portrait-plaquette of Philip
Melanchthon ; - Portrait-medals of Queen Louise of Prussia;
Queen Wilhelmina of Holland; Wagner; Liszt; - Beetho-
ven; - - Gutenberg; Europa; Germania; - - Plaquette,
representing an Angel holding a child in her arm; Orpheus;
Marriage Medal ; Christening Medal (struck in various sizes) ;

Virgin and Child; St. Cecilia; - St. George ;
St. Hubert; - Hagen ; - - Isolde; - - Tristan; - - Elizabeth;

Trika ; Steglinde ; Walter Stotting ; Eichen ; Ortrud ;

Lurlei ; Tannhauser ; Parsifal; Head of young boy ;
Head of young girl; Siegfried; Wotan; - - Walkiire; -
Gutrund; Lohengrin; - Alberich; St. Elizabeth ; Foot-
ball prize-medal ; Tennis prize-medal, &c.

This firm's medallic Brooches, Pendants, Ornaments, &c. are all of
superior design and modelling, and amongst the best products of the
kind manufactured of late years not only in Germany, but even in
France and Italy, which latter countries have hitherto had the
monopoly in this branch of art.

MAYER, CONRAD (Au-str.}. Mint-inspector for Moravia, 1701.

MAYER, ISAAK (Bohem.}. Mint-contractor at Breslau, 1546-1549.
He was a native of Prague, and is described a " Prager Jude " in
official documents.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. Friedensburg, op. cit.

MAYER, LEON (French}. Contemporary Sculptor, born at Pans ;
pupil of Joseph Cheret. At the Salon of 1883 he exhibited a Portrait-
medallion in bronze of M. Paul Foucher.

MAYER, RUDOLPH (Aiistr.). " The revival of the Medal is arousing
at the present time more interest in Germany than has hitherto
been shown in this branch of art, one of whose chief exponents is
Professor Rudolph Mayer, of Karlsruhe. The artist is a native of
Austria, and his technical knowledge of metal-work was gained in
the Art-Handicraft School (" Kunstgewerbeschule ") in Vienna. He
won his first laurels at the Vienna Exhibition of 1873, an d as a
result was invited to Stuttgart as teacher of medalling in the School
of Art-Handicraft there. After twelve years' teaching he went in a



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similar capacity through the Lehrer-collegium of the Kunstgewer-
beschule at Karlsruhe, where he has now been engaged for the past
sixteen years. Apart from his teaching, he has undertaken many
private commissions, particularly for embossed gold and silver
vessels. For some years past, however, he has continued to indulge
his old fancy for the medal and the plaquette, which was stimula-
ted by a first prize which was awarded to him. The few medals and
plaquettes reproduced here give ample proof of his ability. In addition
to figures and heads are ornamental works, which, as decorative




Portrait-plaquette of Prof. Rud. Mayer, by himself.

objects, became popular when issued from the minting establish-
ment of B. H. Mayer of Pforzheim.

Professor R. Mayer takes the best modern Frenchmen as his
models, without directly imitating them, however. He strives to
present his motive in all simplicity, with broad effects, but without
disregarding detail. Therein one recognizes the accomplished
n'selenr, and realises how out of the craftsman has sprung the artist. "
(Studio, XXXI, pp. 81-83).



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Among the artist's best productions are : A Child's head (illus-
trated)', - - Schopenhauer; - Liszt (illustrated^ ; Melanchthon
(after Hagenauers medal); Goethe; Richard Wanner




Medal of the School of Art- Handicraft at Stuttgart.

I Walkiiren ; Wilh. Lorenz (illustrated')', Frederick, Grand
Dake of Baden (plaquette); - P. Stotz (plaquette); The
freedom of Science (plaquette, illustrated); Medal of the School





The Freedom of Science.



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of Art Handicraft of Karlsruhe (illustrated} ; Marriage of Queen
Wilhelmina of Holland with Prince Henry of Mecklenburg, 1901
(illustrated)-, - 70 th Anniversary of the Grand Duke of Baden,





Medal of Wilh. Lorenz.



1896; Piaquette with busts of Bunsen and Pettenkofer;
Portrait-plaquette of the Artist himself (illustrated), - Medal of
the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1900; Commemorative



Plaquette of Wenzel Jamnitzer ; - Sancta Elisabeth ; The Ober-
brunnen Spring at Bad Salzbrunn, plaquette; Dr. Emil Fieser,




Marriage ot Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry, 1901.
plaquette; Bismarck, commemorative plaquette, 1813-1898;-
La Renommee, plaquette; - Baby (illustrate*); - International



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Colonial Exhibition at Amsterdam, 1883; - - io th Anniversary of
the reign ot Emperor William II., 1898; Death of Prince

Bismarck, 1898 (plaquette); - jo 1 " 1 Birthday of King Albert of
Saxony, 1898; Martin Luther, commemorative plaquette (Vide
reproduction under B. H. Mayer); Queen Louise of Prussia; -
Beethoven; Louise, Grand Duchess of Baden, 1898; Corona-
tion of Queen Wilhelmina, 1898 ; John Gutenberg, 5 th centenary
commemoration fetes; Philip Melanchthon; tyl. Melanchthon s
House at Bretten ; Philip Melanchthon, plaquette; Inauguration
of the Port of Dortmund, 1899; - Inauguration of the Evangelical
Town Church of Pforzheim, 1899; - Plaquette; Angel holding
child in her arm; - - Bakery Exhibition at Pforzheim, 1900;
Europa ; - - Germania ; Marriage commemoration ;




Baby (Portrait of a Child).

Orpheus ; Christening Medal ; Head of Christ ; -
St. George Medal; Hunting Medal; Head of a young girl; -
Helmeted head of Minerva ; - - Virgin and Child; St. Cecilia ;
Various medals, badges, pendants, &c. with heads representing
heroes from Wagner's operas : Lorelei ; - - Parsifal ; Tannhauser ;

Hagen ; Isolde; - Tristan; - - Elizabeth; Trika; -
Seglinde; Walter Slotting ; Eichen; Ortrud; Siegfrid;

Wotan ; Walkure ; Gutrund ; Lohengrin ; Alberich ;



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