Badge commemorating the Battle of Camperdown, 1797 and Admiral of the Fleet, Adam Duncan (1731-1804); obverse by J.G. Hancock

Badge commemorating the Battle of Camperdown, 1797 and Admiral of the Fleet, Adam Duncan (1731-1804); obverse

J.G. Hancock

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Badge commemorating the Battle of Camperdown, 1797 and Admiral of the Fleet, Adam Duncan (1731-1804); obverse

Medal commemorating the Battle of Camperdown, 1797 and Admiral of the Fleet, Adam Duncan (1731-1804). Obverse: The Admiral's bust (right), pigtail, full uniform. Ribbons of Order over left shoulder; the King's gold medal around neck. Legend: 'ADAM LORD VISCOUNT DUNCAN ADMIRAL OF THE WHITE.' Exergue: 'BORN JULY 1 1731.' Reverse: A ship's topgallant mast and yard. A seaman nailing the Royal Standard to the mast.
J.G. Hancock

  • Image reference: E3373-2

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