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Medal commemorating armed neutrality at sea; reverse
Medal commemorating armed neutrality at sea. Obverse: Bust of Catharine II of Russia in a low dress and armour, with cloak, veil and coronet (right). Reverse: Neptune with trident upraised standing in a car on which are the shields of Russia, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands. Left, Mercury, seated on an empty cornucopia, a seaman standing (right); shipping in distance, a star shining above.
Johann Georg Holtzhey
- Image reference: E2473-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London