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Davison's Nile Medal, obverse
Alexander Davison was appointed by Nelson sole prize agent for the captured ships after the battle of the Nile. He had this medal struck and presented to all who took part in the action - in gold to Nelson and his captains, in silver to Lieutenants and Warrant Officers, in gilt metal to Petty Officers, and to seamen and marines in copper. This gold example was presented to his second-in command Sir Edward Berry (1768-1831).
- Image reference: F3659
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London