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Medal commemorating dangers averted, 1589; obverse
Medal commemorating the marriage of James VI and Anne of Denmark. Obverse: Busts of James VI of Scotland and Anne, three-quarter face towards each other. He is in doublet and hat, high, crowned, and with feathers; she is in large ruff and necklace. Above is a crown. Reverse: Scottish shield, ensigned with helmet, crown and crest; at the sides, two standards, bearing the Scottish lion and the cross of St Andrew. Supporters, unicorns; large thistles behind them. Around the shield, the collar and badge of St Andrew.
- Image reference: E3330-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London