The Bishop of Laon, Robert Le Coq, then tried to draw Prince Charles, Duke of Normandy, against his father. Home All 1350-1364 Jean II le Bon 1 Mouton d'Or ND NGC MS61 1350-1364 Jean II le Bon 1 Mouton d'Or ND NGC MS61. BIOGRAPHY: b. April 16, 1319, near Le Mans, Fr. Family and children: On 28 July 1332, at the age of 13, John was married to Bonne of Bohemia (d. 1349), daughter of John I (the Blind) of Bohemia. 1st emission, authorize 16 January 1356. Jean II le Bon de Valois. But all did not go according to plan. (Florentine fleur-de-lis) Reverse: S. IOHA - NNES. John II, byname John the Good, French Jean le Bon, (born April 16, 1319, near Le Mans, Fr.—died April 8, 1364, London), king of France from 1350 to 1364. {{ mediasCtrl.geTitle(media, true) }} Jean II ' le Bon' Roi de France. de présentation. Historians have speculated that perhaps he simply couldn't face the difficulties of kingship in France. Close Send. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Jean II “le Bon” de Bourbon (30 Aug 1423–1 Apr 1488), Find a Grave Memorial no. 4.51gm. Church of Notre-Dame, Melun, Seine-et-Marne, Île-de-France. Jean II le Bon (1319 - 1364) France. The rebels demanded that Geoffroy be made duke, thus guaranteeing the autonomy granted by the charter. Jean II le Bon gold Franc à cheval ND (1350-1364) MS63 NGC, Fr-279. 19.5 mm. 280 Lamb and cruciform staff with flying banner/Rev: Floriated cross in quadrilobe, fleurs de lis in angles. Cookies. John came of age on 26 April 1332, and received overlordship of the duchy of Normandy, as well as the counties of Anjou and Maine. This piece screams WOW! Adding to your basket. Coin ID: 4678267-001. Il tente de mettre fin à leurs agissements mais l'armée royale est vaincue à Brignais. John II (16 April 1319 – 8 April 1364), called John the Good (French: Jean le Bon), was the King of France from 1350 until his death. aged 45 years old, Death: était revenu se constituer prisonnier. Captured by the English at the Battle of Poitiers on Sept. 19, 1356, he was forced to sign the disastrous treaties of 1360 during the first phase of the Hundred Years’ War (1337–1453) between France and England . Floriated cross in quadrilobe (Fr-279; Ciani 361). Paris mint. Children (12) Blanche de France. "Sire," Morbecque said. Gold. Captured by the English at the Battle of Poitiers on Sept. 19, 1356, he was forced to sign the disastrous treaties of 1360 during the first phase of the Hundred Years' War (1337-1453) between France and England. Royal troops took the castle at Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte and Geoffroy was exiled to the Brabant. Jean II Le Bon (1350-1364). Born 16 February 1319 - Château du Gué de Maulny, Le Mans (72) Deceased 8 April 1364 - Hôtel de Savoie, Londres (Royaume-Uni),aged 45 years old. He was the second sovereign of the House of Valois and is perhaps best remembered as the king who was vanquished at the Battle of Poitiers and taken as a captive to England. IOhAnnЄS : DЄI | : GRACIA : | FRAnCORV : RЄX, armored knight, brandishing a sword, on horse galloping left / + XPC * VIИCIT * XPC * RЄGnAT * XPC * IMPЄRAT, cross fleurée in quatrefoil, with inward-facing lis in angles and trefoils in arches. Son of Philippe VI le Fortuné and Jeanne de Bourgogne, reine de France 30mm. Friedberg-280; Duplessy-291; Ciani-354. To liberate his father, he concluded the Treaty of Brétigny (1360), by which France lost many territories and paid an enormous ransom. JanIImince1360.jpg 350 × 344; 77 KB. There is a sign on the inn to that effect, but apparently no evidence to confirm the tradition [1]. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Jean II “le Bon” de Bourbon (30 Aug 1423–1 Apr 1488), Find a Grave Memorial no. Duke John met Geoffroy d' Harcourt, to whom the king agreed to return all confiscated goods; even appointing him sovereign captain in Normandy. He was the second sovereign of the House of Valois and is perhaps best remembered as the king who was vanquished at the Battle of Poitiers and taken as a captive to England. John and Joanna had three children, all of whom died young: Geni requires JavaScript! The son of Philip VI and Joan the Lame, John became the Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, and Duke of Normandy in 1332. Therefore the Norman nobility were governed as interdependent clans which allowed them to obtain and maintain charters guaranteeing the duchy a deal of autonomy. Ils préparent donc les réformes nécessaires et Jean le Bon crée le franc, le 5 décembre 1360. #[890198] coin, france, jean ii le bon, blanc aux quadrilobes, World Coins / Coin, France, Jean II le Bon, Blanc aux quadrilobes, , Billon Javascript must be enabled for VCoins to work properly. No need to register, buy now! John and Joanna had two daughters, both of whom died young: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_II_of_France. 65703352, citing Abbaye de Souvigny, Souvigny, Departement de l'Allier, Auvergne, France ; … As king, John surrounded himself with poor administrators, preferring to enjoy the good life his wealth as king brought. Le Bon. Notes de Déméter : The son of Philippe VI and Jeanne of Burgundy, John became the Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, and Duke of Normandy in 1332. John then approached the Tancarville which represented the key clan whose loyalty could ultimately ensure his authority in Normandy. Charles V "le Sage', Roi de France. King John surrendered by handing him his glove. Royal d'or sous Jean II le Bon: prisonniers à Londres, Jean le Bon et ses conseillers constatent les bienfaits d'une monnaie forte. Philip selected Bonne of Bohemia as a wife for his son as she was closer to child-bearing age (16 years), and the dowry was fixed at 120,000 florins. Jean II, dit « le Bon », né le 26 avril 1319 au château du Gué de Maulny du Mans et mort à Londres le 8 avril 1364, fils du roi Philippe VI et de son épouse Jeanne de Bourgogne, est roi de France de 1350 à 1364, le deuxième souverain issu de la maison capétienne de Valois. There is some debate over whether or not the Prince wanted to fight at all. Duke John of Normandy was solemnly granted the arms of a knight in front of a prestigious assistance bringing together the kings of Luxembourg and Navarre, and the dukes of Burgundy, Lorraine and the Brabant. Jean II "le Bon". Robert fought with Philip IV of France in his wars in Flanders, including the sieges of Veurne, Cassel, de Bergues and Lille in 1297. Friedberg-280; Duplessy-291; Ciani-354. France, Jean II le Bon (1350-64), gold Mouton d'Or, issue of 17 January 1355, Lamb of God standing left, his head right, banner on cruciform staff behind, IOh'REX below, all within circle ornated with trefoils, outer legend +AGn ⸰ DEI ⸰ QVI ⸰ TOLL' ⸰ PECA ⸰ mVDI ⸰ mISERERE ⸰ nOB', pellet in annulet stops, rev. 1350-1364. Jean II (Le Bon), Franc a Cheval, 1360, armoured king on galloping horse, legends around, Sold for £ 246 (US$ 308) inc. premium Coins, Medals & Banknotes. Detailed information about the coin denier tournois Jean II Le Bon 3ème type, France, with pictures and collection and swap management : mintage, descriptions, … Jean II le Bon Guillaume Peyraut, Le Livre de l’enseignement des roys et des princes[De eruditione principum], traduction française anonyme ; Jacques de Cessoles, Moralité des … Tags John II of Dreux (1265–1309), called John the Good ("le Bon"), Count of Dreux and Braine, was the son of Robert IV of Dreux and Beatrice, Countess of Montfort. 1350-1364. "Bold"Burgundy+brother Charles V."Le Sage"France— Rois de Guerre Cent ans — 3 pièces, parchemin, orig. This was done to confuse the enemy, who would do everything possible to capture the sovereign on the field. $6,250.00 USD Add to Cart. Your absentee bids list is empty, browse the catalogs to add lots to your list. Judith (Bonne) de Luxembourg. In 1332, John became Duke of Normandy in prerogative, and had to deal with the reality that most of the Norman nobility was already allied with the English camp. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. 1319–1364. The military clauses stipulated that in the event of war Bohemia would support the French army with four hundred infantrymen. Mariages et descendance : En 1332, Jean le Bon épouse Bonne de Luxembourg, avec qui il eut onze enfants : - Blanche (1336) - Charles (1337-1380), futur roi de France de 1364 à 1380 sous le nom de Charles V - Catherine (1338) - Louis (1339-1384), duc d’Anjou 65703352, citing Abbaye de Souvigny, Souvigny, Departement de l'Allier, Auvergne, France ; … Husband of Joanna of Bourbon; Bonne de Luxembourg, reine consort de France and Jeanne d'Auvergne, reine consort de France France Gold Coin of Jean II Le Bon 1350-64 Franc a Cheval Armored King on Horse. 1315–1349. By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. Bohemia had aspirations towards Lombardy and needed French diplomatic support. 1369-1496. Nevertheless, in order to have a strategic ally against the English in Gascony, on 22 February 1354, John signed the Treaty of Mantes with Charles. Jean II le Bon (the Good). Perhaps he may have realized that he did not have long to live, and so returned to England to spare France from paying the remainder of his ransom. Jean had a wife named Bonne de Luxembourg and five children named Charles, Louis, Jean, Philipe, Isabelle. The true reason for John's return to England remains murky. Consequently, to line up behind one or other sovereign risked confiscation. Surrounded, he fought on until Denis de Morbecque, a French exile who fought for England, approached him. VF. Tension arose again in 1341. In NGC holder graded MS 62, double striking on both sides. AV Franc a Cheval. Reference 4433-48R337 I offer this print representing the King of France John II the Good (the engraving mentions the name of John I, but the description corresponds to John II). 1st emission, authorize 16 January 1356. John was nine years old when his father had himself crowned as Philip VI of France. 9 mai 2015 - Jean II le Bon 2.cousin of Edward III.and Edward was 2.cousin his wife Philippa of Hainaut(dg.of Joan Valois & William I.Hainaut)+Charles II. Father of Blanche de France; Charles V le Sage, roi de France; Louis I de France, duc d'Anjou; Jean I le Magnifique, duc de Berry; Philip II the Bold, Duke of Burgundy and 9 others; Juana de Francia, reina consorte de Navarra; Marie de France, duchesse consort de Bar; Agnes de France; Catherine de France; Marguerite de France; Isabella di Francia, duchessa consorte di Milano; Blanche de France; Catherine de France and N.N. Questions? Closing Date and Time: 16 December 2020 at 13:25:40 ET. Eventually, John was taken to the Tower of London. Their children were: On 19 February 1350, at Nanterre, he married Joanna I of Auvergne (d. 1361), Countess of Auvergne and Boulogne. Le 19 septembre 1356, Jean le Bon est battu et fait prisonnier à la bataille de Poitiers, malgré la restructuration de l'armée qu'il a menée. Catawiki’s goal is to make special objects universally available. He died at the Savoy in April 1364. FR. Your absentee bids list is empty, browse the catalogs to add lots to your list. Paris mint, struck 5 December 1360. The Geneanet family trees are powered by Geneweb 7.0. In July of 1363, King John was informed that Louis had escaped. (Philippe VI et Jeanne de Bourgogne, 2328, miniature BN) Fonde plusieurs bastides comme Ravel. Louis I Duke D’Anjou . No agreement could be reached. Critics alleged that he returned to London for "causa joci" (reasons of pleasure). The fate of arms was unfavorable to French and John was captured and taken into captivity in England. Right now on NumisCorner Jean II le Bon Mouton d'or Not Applicable. Il est sacré roi de France le 26 septembre 1350. #[488212] coin, france, jean ii le bon, royal d'or, , gold, duplessy:293characteristicscountryfrancecompositiongolddenominationroyal d' (Jean de France) ( Jean de Valois) roi de France (1350-1364) Born 16 April 1319 (Sunday) - Château du Gué de Maulny. FR. 1338–1380. A local tradition in St Albans is that he was held in a house in that town, at the site of the 15th-century Fleur de Lys inn, before he was moved to Hertford. Jean II le Bon repose dans la basilique Saint-Denis, nécropole des rois de France. You can set your cookie preferences using the toggles below. His ascent to the throne was unexpected, and because all female descendants of his uncle Philip the Fair were passed over, it was also disputed. Wanting to put an end to the Prince rides Black, Jean II de Bordeaux cut and forced to battle near Poitiers. France, Jean II le Bon 1350-1364, Franc à cheval. 1340–1416. He was then taken to Bordeaux, and from there to England. Jean II le Bon, confronté aux intrigues de Charles le Mauvais, roi de Navarre et prétendant le plus direct à la couronne, gouverne dans le secret entouré d'hommes de confiance. Les états généraux menés par Étienne Marcel et Robert Le Coq prennent le pouvoir à Paris et tentent d'installer Charles de Navarre à la tête d'une monarchie contrôlée. Il est sa cré roi de France le 26 septembre 1350. Feudal coin. Le pays sombre alors dans le chaos. Cross pattée / Châtel tournois; border of twelve lis. Deceased 8 April 1364 (Sunday) - London,aged 44 … The festivities were prolonged by a further two months when the young groom was finally knighted at the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris. Jean II de France, dit Jean le Bon, (né le 26 avril 1319 au château du Gué de Maulny du Mans - mort à Londres le 8 avril 1364), fils du roi Philippe VI et de son épouse Jeanne de Bourgogne, fut roi de France de 1350 à 1364, second souverain issu de la maison capétienne de Valois. Print Family Tree. Jean II le Bon (the Good). Like many sodomites in the Middle Ages or ancien régime, he was more of a bisexual than a homosexual in the modern sense of the word; he took a wife, Bonne de Luxembourg, and fathered ten children in eleven years. He sailed for England that winter and left the impoverished citizens of France again without a king. Effectively, Normandy depended economically more on maritime trade across the English Channel than it did by river trade on the Seine. (1350-1364 AD) Mouton d'Or, PCGS AU53. John was confident of victory—his army was probably twice the size of his opponent's—but he did not immediately attack. Il est sa­cré roi de France le 26 septembre 1350. At a time when law and order was breaking down in France and the government was having a hard time raising money for the defense of the realm, his account books during his captivity show that he was purchasing horses, pets, and clothes while maintaining an astrologer and a court band. Philip therefore decided to marry off his son John—then thirteen years old—quickly to form a strong matrimonial alliance, at the same time conferring upon him the title of Duke of Normandy. The next year (1355), John signed the Treaty of Valognes with Charles, but this second peace lasted hardly longer than the first. EUR. Coin ID: 4678267-001. Strike slightly off-centre on the reverse side. A few months after his arrival, however, he fell ill with an "unknown malady." You can update your preferences, withdraw your consent at any time, and see a detailed description of the types of cookies we and our partners use in our Cookie Policy. Jean II le Bon (the Good). Archives Saône-et-Loire 1878 T1 p1 On 28 July 1332, at the age of 13, John was married to Bonne of Bohemia (d. 1349), daughter of John I (the Blind) of Bohemia. Jean II 'le bon' van Dreux Braine was born about 1265, son of Robert IV de Dreux Braine and Béatrix de Montfort l'Amaury. Some sources claim that he even offered to return Calais to the French crown. Half brother of Jeanne Blanche de Valois, http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_II_de_France. delivery time: 7 - 10 days. En 1358, les campagnes se soulèvent et s'allient avec Étienne Marcel, mais le dauphin, le futur Charles V, se fait nommer régent et retourne la situation. Major children and living persons must directly contact the, Relationship with Bonne de LUXEMBOURG (spouse), Relationship with Jeanne d'AUVERGNE (spouse), , born in 1315, deceased in 1349 aged 34 years old, , born in 1326, deceased 29 September 1360 - Rouvres-sous-Meilly (21) aged 34 years old , buried in 1360 - St-Denis, Saint-Denis (93), List of all individuals in the family tree, Louis (auteur de la IIème Maison d'Orléans) de VALOIS-ORLÉANS, Jeanne, comtesse d'AUVERGNE et de BOULOGNE, Guillaume II Duc de Basse-Bavière von WITTELSBACH, https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_II_de_France, https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_des_personnes_enterr%C3%A9es_dans_la_basilique_Saint-Denis, Charles Ier (auteur de la maison) de VALOIS, Born 16 February 1319 - Château du Gué de Maulny, Le Mans (72), Deceased 8 April 1364 - Hôtel de Savoie, Londres (Royaume-Uni), The Bishop of Laon, Robert Le Coq, then tried to draw Prince Charles, Duke of Normandy, against his father. His body was returned to France, where he was interred in the royal chambers at Saint Denis Basilica. The same year, the English Duke of Lancaster ravaged Normandy. Value $2,000 - UP Categories: World Coinage, France PLN? That night King John dined in the red silk tent of his enemy. 1339–1384. In 1355, the Hundred Years' War flared up again. France, Jean II le Bon 1350-1364, Franc à cheval. 1351 vf jean ii le bon 1350-1364 ecu d'or a la chaise a/ iohannes ,dei ,gra, francorum, rex le roi assis sur une stalle gothique r/ x: 1,764.24 us$ + 23.60 us$ shipping. Leaving his son Louis of Anjou in English-held Calais as a replacement hostage, John was allowed to return to France to raise the funds. Although Poitiers is centrally located, it is not known that anyone—noble or peasant—attempted to rescue their king. You can update your preferences, withdraw your consent at any time, and see a detailed description of the types of cookies we and our partners use in our Cookie Policy. Coin, France, Jean II le Bon Florin D'or - 1360 - EF(40-45) - Gold - Duplessy:346 €1.600 Go to cart Quality EF(40-45) If you so wish, you can order a certificate of authenticity or grading for this collectible item after adding it to your cart. Coin, France, Jean II le Bon Florin D'or - 1360 - EF(40-45) - Gold - Duplessy:346 €1.600 Go to cart Quality EF(40-45) If you so wish, you can order a certificate of authenticity or grading for this collectible item after adding it to your cart. He died on March 7, 1309. Condition:--not specified : Price: £250.00 [#498409] Coin, France, Jean II le Bon, Gros Blanc aux fleurs de lis, VF(30-35) Sign in for checkout Check out as guest . Yield yourself to me and I will lead you to the Prince of Wales.". Their children were: 1) Charles V (21 January 1338–16 September 1380), 2) Louis I, Duke of Anjou (23 July 1339–20 September 1384), 3) John, Duke of Berry (30 November 1340–15 June 1416), 4) Philip II, Duke of Burgundy (17 January 1342–27 April 1404), 5) Joan (24 June 1343–3 November 1373), married Charles II (the Bad) of Navarre, 6) Marie (12 September 1344–October 1404), married Robert I, Duke of Bar, 9) Isabelle of Valois (1 October 1348–11 September 1372), married Gian Galeazzo I, Duke of Milan. byname JOHN THE GOOD, French JEAN LE BON king of France from 1350 to 1364. Jean le Bon peut regagner la France en 1360, après la signature du traité de Brétigny qui lui rend la liberté, mais cède un tiers du pays à Édouard III. Emission from January 17th, 1355. AV Franc à cheval (29mm, 3.83 g, 5h). Superbe. Paris mint, struck 5 December 1360. Some traces due to the age of the piece, not altering its quality. In accordance with the legal provisions, you can ask for the removal of your name and the name of your minor children. Questions? BI Blanc au châtel fleurdelisé (26mm, 3.67 g, 7h). By his marriage to Joanna I, Countess of Auvergne and Boulogne, he became jure uxoris Count of Auvergne and Boulogne from 1349 to 1360. On 19 February 1350, at Nanterre, he married Joanna I of Auvergne (d. 1361), Countess of Auvergne and Boulogne. Type: Florin d'Or, (1360) Mint: Montpellier or Toulouse Gold. Later in his reign, he took over more of the administration himself. BI Blanc au châtel fleurdelisé (26mm, 3.67 g, 7h). 4.51gm. Defections by the nobility increased - particularly in the north and west whose land fell within the broad economic influence of England. Even at that time, when chivalry was perhaps at its height, his reasoning seemed incredible. Print Family Tree (Jean de France) (Jean de Valois) roi de France(1350-1364) Born 16 April 1319 (Sunday) - Château du Gué de Maulny; Deceased 8 April 1364 (Sunday) - London,aged 44 years old Parents. 1336–1336. This item is up for auction at Catawiki. Jean II de France, dit Jean le Bon[1], (né le 26 avril 1319 au château du Gué de Maulny du Mans - mort à Londres le 8 avril 1364), fils du roi Philippe VI et de son épouse Jeanne de Bourgogne, fut roi de France de 1350 à 1364, second souverain issu de la maison capétienne de Valois. John II, The Good Gold sheep VF/VF+ 40856953 B. 1. Jean de Berry Duc de Berry. Il stabilise la monnaie grâce à la création du franc, mais les Grandes Compagnies pillent les campagnes et bloquent le commerce. ( Jean de VALOIS) roi de France (1350-1364), duc de Bourgogne (1361-1363), chevalier de l'Ordre de l'Étoile (1st,1351), voir Poitiers. Armored King on galloping horse. PLN? On shaded laid paper, second half of the 17th century (C 1686). 3.85gm. Toned, areas of weak strike. Les Valois, dont la couronne est contestée sont très vigilants quant à l'apparat. Close Send. Série A – Actes du pouvoir souverain It was split into two key camps, the counts of Tancarville and the counts of Harcourt – which had been at conflict for generations[1]. Brother of Philippe de Valois, duc d'Orléans; Marie de Valois de France; Louis de Valois; Louis de Valois, (mort jeune); Jean de Valois, (mort jeune) and 2 others; Jeanne de Valois, (mort jeune) and Fille Valois de France, (mort jeune) « less Start price: 455 EUR (2 000 PLN) Your limit. Deceased persons do not fall within the scope of these legal provisions. The item has been added to your cart. — Édits, lettres patentes, etc., des rois Jean H, dit le Bon, Charles VI et LouisXI : — accordant au comte de Charollais le droit de succéder aux bâtards dans toute l'étendue de son comté; — demandant un subside pour secourir la ville de Rouen assiégée par les Anglais; — portant déclaration de la soumission et obéissance des duché et comté de Bourgogne, comtés et pays de Maconnais et Charollais, entre les mains de Louis d'Amboise, évêque d'Albi, de Georges de La Trémoille et de Charles d'Amboise, commis à cet effet par le roi Louis XI. #[489771] coin, france, jean ii le bon, franc À cheval, , gold, duplessy World Coins / Coin, France, Jean II le Bon, Franc à cheval, , Gold, Duplessy:294 Javascript must be enabled for VCoins to work properly. (1350-1364 AD) Mouton d'Or, PCGS AU53. #[488212] coin, france, jean ii le bon, royal d'or, , gold, duplessy:293characteristicscountryfrancecompositiongolddenominationroyal d' Duplessy 301; Ciani 408. The marriage of John, Viscount of Melun to Jeanne, the only heiress of the county of Tancarville ensured the Melun-Tancarville party remained loyal to John the Good, while Godefroy de Harcourt continued to act as defender for Norman freedoms and thus of the reforming party[3]. Merci de consulter le texte Pedigree report of King Jean II, "le Bon" de Bourgogne II, son of King Philippe IV de Valois (de Anjou, de France) and Jeanne de Bourgogne, born on April 16th, 1319 in Le Mans, Departement de la Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France. Jean became king of France in 1350. The item has been added to your cart. He was married about 1292 to Jeanne van Beaujeu, they had 4 children. While he waited, the papal legate went back and forth, trying to negotiate a truce between the leaders. Profitant de tous ces troubles et sûrs de la supériorité tactique conférée par l'arc long, les Anglais, menés par Édouard III et son fils le Prince noir, relancent la guerre en 1355. "Bad"Navarre was claimant of France+Burgundy vs.maternal third and paternal second cousins and brother in law of Philippe II. 1350-1364. The duchy had not been English for 150 years but many landowners had possessions across the Channel. Cross pattée / Châtel tournois; border of twelve lis. In spite of this precaution John was captured. Marriage: 28 July 1332. King. The peace did not last between the two and Charles eventually struck up an alliance with Henry of Grosmont, the first Duke of Lancaster. You can set your cookie preferences using the toggles below. Our weekly auctions feature thousands of unusual, rare, and exceptional objects you won’t find in just any store. Troubled by the dishonor of this, and the arrears in his ransom, John did something that shocked and dismayed his people: he announced that he would voluntarily return to captivity in England. EUR. Jean II le Bon (1350-64) gold Mouton d'or ND MS64 NGC, from 17 January 1355, Fr-280, Duplessy-291. Son retour est difficile. François Ier ordonne de retrouver le traité passé entre le roi Jean II le Bon et les Anglais (Londres, 1359) - Archives Nationales - J-476-21-5 - (1).jpg 884 × 1,262; 328 KB. Il faut payer son énorme rançon et les finances du royaume de France sont au plus bas. Quality AU(50-53). Start price: 455 EUR (2 000 PLN) Your limit. Jean II le Bon de Valois. While negotiating a peace accord, he was at first held in the Savoy Palace, then at a variety of locations, including Windsor, Hertford, Somerton Castle in Lincolnshire, Berkhamsted Castle in Hertfordshire and briefly at King John's Lodge, formerly known as Shortridges, in East Sussex. She was the widow of Philip of Burgundy, the deceased heir of that duchy, and mother of the young Philip I, Duke of Burgundy (1344–61) who became John's stepson and ward. In September, a few miles southeast of Poitiers, the two forces met. The Treaty of Brétigny (1360) set his ransom at 3,000,000 crowns. JEAN II, le Bon (1350-1364) Mouton d'or. Right now on NumisCorner Jean II le Bon Mouton d'or Not Applicable. The wedding was celebrated on 28 July at the church of Notre-Dame in Melun in the presence of six thousand guests. 280 Lamb and cruciform staff with flying banner/Rev: Floriated cross in quadrilobe, fleurs de lis in angles. $6,250.00 USD Add to Cart. Jean II ‘le Bon’. The same year, the English Duke of Lancaster ravaged Normandy.