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South Netherlandish
Born
Antwerp 1631-07-04
Deceased
London (England) 1703
is said to have been buried in the Tower of London (Bingen 1952, p. 17)
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Son of Phillip Roettiers (1596-1669) who was a medallist, engraver and goldsmith as well, and Elisabeth Tellier; they had 10 childeren. He was a brother of Phillippe II and Joseph Roettiers, all medallists and engravers. On 4 December 1658 me married Cornelie Prossthis sons James and Norbert Roettiers also became medallists and engravers, working in England and France.
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  • Antwerpen
  • Londen (Engeland) 1661 - 1673
    After the Restoration by Charles II, Jan Roettiers emigrated to London in 1661-1662, together with his brother Joseph; their brother Philippe II joined them later. In London he became one of the most important engravers to the king, working in the English Mint for both Charles II (1630-1685) and James II (1685-1688) (Bingen 1952, p. 14-15, Hall 1970)
  • Brugge 1673
    visited Flanders in 1673, in May or June (Bingen 1952, p. 16)
  • Gent 1673
  • Londen (Engeland) 1673 - 1703
    lived in the Tower of London; after 1697 he retired in a house on Red Lion Square (Bingen 1952, p. 17)
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Creation date: 2021-02-11; Last modified date: 2021-11-10

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