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Regnault Danet

French, active c. 1529 - 1538

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Regnault Danet was a Parisian goldsmith and jeweler, active between 1529 and 1538.[1] He is recorded as making medals for King Francis I in 1529, being paid "40 livres 10 solz" for "trois medailles de bronze grand comme le naturel lesquelle il a vendues et livres audict seigneur François I pour en faire a son plaisir."[2] Only a self-portrait medal, 1957.14.1135, and three lost medals of Francis I of France have been ascribed to Danet.

In 1533 Danet produced three seal matrices for the county of Montbéliard.

[1] R. Limouzin-Lamotte, DBF 10 (Paris, 1965), col. 93.

[2] Mazerolle 1904, 1: 7, no. 13.

[Published in: John Graham Pollard. Renaissance Medals. The Collections of the National Gallery of Art Systematic Catalogue. 2 vols. Washington, 2007]

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