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Tegel met wapen familie Ordelaffi met klimmende leeuw in een ovaal, Anonymous, 1480 - 1490

Tegel met wapen familie Ordelaffi met klimmende leeuw in een ovaal, Anonymous, 1480 - 1490

Artemide Aste - Asta XXVI: 703 - Forlì Caterina Sforza Riario (1463-1509) Medaglia in bronzo - Dea Moneta

Artemide Aste - Asta XXVI: 703 - Forlì Caterina Sforza Riario (1463-1509) Medaglia in bronzo - Dea Moneta

Stemma dei Monsignani (Giovanni) proveniente da San Francesco Grande in Forlì (Distrutta). Acquired from Franks, Augustus Wollaston to The British Museum in 1890

Stemma dei Monsignani (Giovanni) proveniente da San Francesco Grande in Forlì (Distrutta). Acquired from Franks, Augustus Wollaston to The British Museum in 1890

Azulejo de mayólica, de la familia Ordelaffi, 1480-1490 (RRT)

Azulejo de mayólica, de la familia Ordelaffi, 1480-1490 (RRT)

Medici Armorial, after a cartoon by Lorenzo Lippi (1606–1665), painted before April 27, 1643, woven at the Medici workshop under the direction of Pietro van Asselt (c. 1600–1644), Italy, Florence

Medici Armorial, after a cartoon by Lorenzo Lippi (1606–1665), painted before April 27, 1643, woven at the Medici workshop under the direction of Pietro van Asselt (c. 1600–1644), Italy, Florence

*Italy, Caterina Sforza-Riario (1463-1509), bronze medal (1495), draped bust left, rev., Fortune

*Italy, Caterina Sforza-Riario (1463-1509), bronze medal (1495), draped bust left, rev., Fortune

Probably made in Forlì or in Faenza From the tile pavement comissioned by Bartolomeo Lombardini (1430-1512) for the chapel he had built in the now demolished church of San Francesco Grande, Forlì

Probably made in Forlì or in Faenza From the tile pavement comissioned by Bartolomeo Lombardini (1430-1512) for the chapel he had built in the now demolished church of San Francesco Grande, Forlì

Ottaviano Riario of Imola und Forli (Caterina's son)

Ottaviano Riario of Imola und Forli (Caterina's son)

RAPIER SWORD  1498

RAPIER SWORD 1498

"...pair belonged to Ferdinand II dated back to 1498 is herringbone wool cloth as the previous one but crimson lined at the top and reinforced along the belt with a large canvas to make it more resistant to the point where there are eyelets, reinforced reinforced in turn by maiette (small metal rings), some still present."

"...pair belonged to Ferdinand II dated back to 1498 is herringbone wool cloth as the previous one but crimson lined at the top and reinforced along the belt with a large canvas to make it more resistant to the point where there are eyelets, reinforced reinforced in turn by maiette (small metal rings), some still present."

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