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Medal commemorating dangers averted, 1589; obverse
Medal commemorating dangers averted, 1589'. Obverse: Bust of Queen Elizabeth, almost full face, crowned, ruff open in front, erect behind, gown puffed in diamond-shaped pattern and jewelled. Obverse: A bay tree uninjured by lightning and winds, flourishing upon an island. Two ships in the distance. 'E.R.' upon the field on either side of the tree. Border of leaves.
- Image reference: E3329-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London