I am Canadian born with a German mother (Ebert) also on some documentation the von before the surname. My fathers side is of Norman English ancestry. Are you American or possibly from England?.
If you would care to receive the picture of Clovis been ordained and Chilperic ll I can send both photos to an email address other than this location , if you would care to share with others I leave that up to you.
As to what one can see of what royals of the Romanov side ancestry their cousins on the German side and their English cousins who shared the same DNA marker most can be seen at Royal Bloodline Descent on Facebook if one would care to see the facts.
In this modern day of royal photos who have inherited the royal markers it appears there is some airbrushing by certain organizations that takes place. What I mean from that is, one may see the true photo of a Royal showing the inherited earlobe markers and the next photo in a different magazine or paper may eliminate such markers by airbrushing them out.
A few years ago I sent proof of what I had spoken about to an editor of a respected royal magazine, that editor wrote and said Yes I see what you have spoken about, do you mind sending them to my royal expert which I did. The suggested royal expert wrote back and said I;m sorry I don't see any earlobe markers possibly because my eyes are not what they were before.
I contacted the editor and provided the comments of their so called royal expert , the editor said I would agree with my expert I don't see any mentioned earlobe markers, This editor backed out of what he saw and commented on and went with his so called expert.
Finally I took time to provide the same information to a known English writer of royal books etc, she looked at the photos on Royal Bloodline Descent and said in her communication, Yes I do see the royal markers and also the same on you, but what good would that do as it would only change some parts of known history. This writer knew I was born a commoner like most of us but included she saw the same ancestor DNA marker certain royals did exist.
The photos on RBD Facebook page are real if one chooses to see them, but if not they may never know, that is their choice.
Frederic von Ebert
Herr von Ebert
My apologies for taking so long to respond further to your last message, but some detailed research has been necessary.
My Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal does indeed bear a large representation of the head of Queen Elizabeth II (long may she continue to reign), but this is somewhat stylised, and all that can really be seen is an earring and some hair. I then turned to my grandfather's World War 1 medals, which, conveniently, show George V's ears quite clearly. I will dig out my father's General Service Medal to see whether it carries an earlier representation of the Queen
However, these portrait heads are much larger than those on Merovingian coins, and based on contemporaneous photographs. As I mentioned yesterday, Merovingian coins are tiny, and it is quite possible that those who cut the dies for them never actually saw the relevant king at sufficiently close range to see the detail of his ear lobes.
I note from wikipedia that the medallion of Chilperic II you rely on is specifically described as 'modern'.