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Counter commemorating Queen Elizabeth I; reverse
Counter commemorating Queen Elizabeth I. Obverse: Bust of Queen Elizabeth I crowned in ruff, necklace and brocaded gown (three-quarter right). Reverse: The royal arms of England and France quarterly within the Garter, crowned, with supporters. This portrait was copied from the miniature of the Queen by Isaac Oliver, and the dress shown is the one in which she attended the State service at St Paul's Cathedral, to mark the defeat of the Spnaish Armada of 1588. Said to be stamped in imitation of engraving.
Simon van de Passe
- Image reference: E3851-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London