Adapted from Félibien, Plate II, Item Q
Baton of gold, enameled and ornamented with filigree. At the top is an eagle carrying a young man. It is thought that this baton served as the scepter of King Dagobert. Some antiquaries think that this is a baton of a Roman Consul.
Félibien, pages 539. Translated by Jane Vadnal.
Conway (1915), p. 120. Click here for text.
Félibien, pages 539.
Gaborit-Chopin (1987), pp. 74-5, 77-8
Louvre, no. 2, p. 60.
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