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Russia, Prussia, Austria (Triple Alliance) Treaty of Paris 1814 - Gold


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Catawiki number: 5259671
Category: Tokens / Medals
Title: Russia, Prussia, Austria (Triple Alliance) Treaty of Paris 1814 - Gold
Type: Commemorative tokens
Country: Prussia
Year: 1814
Collection / set:  
Material: Gold (Au)
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Dimensions / Diameter: 52
The Treaty of Paris, signed on 30 May 1814, ended the war between France and the Sixth Coalition, part of the Napoleonic Wars, following an armistice signed on 23 May between Charles, Count of Artois, and the allies. It established peace between France and the United Kingdom, Russia, Austria, and Prussia, who in March had defined their common war aim in Chaumont, and was also signed by Portugal and Sweden. Spain signed later in July. Peace talks had started on 9 May between Talleyrand, who negotiated for the exiled Bourbon king Louis XVIII of France, and the allies of Chaumont, who had agreed to reduce France to her 1792 borders and restore the independence of her neighbors after Napoleon Bonaparte's defeat. The allied parties did not sign a common document, but instead concluded separate treaties with France allowing for specific amendments. In addition to the cessation of hostilities, the treaty provided a rough draft of a final settlement, which according to article 32 was to be concluded within the next two months at a congress involving all belligerents of the Napoleonic Wars. This provision resulted in the Congress of Vienna, held between September 1814 and June 1815. The preliminary conditions already agreed on in Paris were moderate for France to not disturb the re-enthronement of the returned Bourbon king: France's borders of 1 June 1792 were confirmed, and in addition, she was allowed to retain Saarbrücken, Saarlouis, Landau, the County of Montbéliard, part of Savoy with Annecy and Chambéry, also Avignon and the Comtat Venaissin as well as artifacts acquired during the war, while on the other hand she had to cede several colonies. To distinguish this agreement from a second treaty of Paris, concluded on 20 November 1815 as one of the treaties amending Vienna the treaty of 30 May 1814 is sometimes referred to as the First Peace of Paris.
Submission date: 06-02-2015 17:08:43
Submitted by: Tuv
Last updated on: 05-05-2017 03:03:32
Last updated by: buizer
Catawiki Catalogue value
FDC/UNC: € 10,000.00
Pr (Prachtig): € 5,000.00
ZFr (Zeer Fraai): € 2,500.00
Fr (Fraai):
G (Goed):
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