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Commemorative medal depicting the Port of Cobija; reverse
Commemorative medal depicting the Port of Cobija. Obverse: Within an oval of rope a three-masted vessel under sail. Legend: 'EN COBIJA', a laurel sprig on either side. Reverse: Justice seated, a sword in her right and a pair of scales in her left hand. Edge beaded. Awarded to the Bolivian troops in the War of Independence. Cobija, formerly a port of Bolivia, now belongs to Chile.
- Image reference: E4745-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London