Bronze medal commemorating the increase in obstetrical skills pioneered by C.T. Vermont, patronised by Queen Marie Antoinette, by Duvivier, French, 1784-1790. Obverse, profile portrait HS looking L. of the Queen, Latin inscription dated as 1774; reverse commemorative inscription, Latin, dated as 1784.
Bronze medal to commemorate the increase in obstetrical skills pioneered by C.T. Vermont. Queen Marie Antoinette, 1755-1793, the Consort of Louis XVI, King of France, patronized Vermont. The medal features artwork by Pierre Simon Benjamin Duvivier and was made in France.
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