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Medal commemorating Admiral Charles, Duke of Södermanland (1748-1818) and the battle of Hogland, 1788
Obverse: Head of Admiral Södermanland with long hair (right), bare neck. Legend: 'CAROLUS D . G . REGN . SVEC . PRINC . HAER . DUX SUDERM.' (Charles, by the grace of God, heir to the Kingdom of Sweden, Duke of Södermanland.) Reverse: A winged Victory standing on the prow of a galley, holding a wreath over her head and in her left hand two Russian flags pointing downward. Legend: 'TANTO NOMINI TANTAE VIRTUTI.' (For such fame and valour.) Exergue: 'DE CLASSE RUSS . AD HOGL . XVII JUL . MDCCLXXXVIII' (Won from the Russian fleet at Hogland, 17 July 1788).
- Image reference: E2692-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London