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Counter commemorating the Congress of Vienna, 1814; reverse
Counter commemorating the Congress of Vienna, 1814. Obverse: Peace, standing, holding an olive branch in her right, spilling a cornucopia from her left hand; a barrel (left) and a ship behind, two ships (right). Legend: 'THEY SHALL PROSPER THAT LOVE THEE'. Exergue: '1814'. Reverse: Inscription, 'THE LIBERTIES OF EUROPE RESTD. BY THE UNITED EFFORTS OF ENGLAND AND HER AUGUST ALLIES. THE PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE SIGNED MAY 30. 1814.'
- Image reference: E3698-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London