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Medal commemorating preparation for war, 1742; obverse
Medal commemorating preparation for war, 1742. Obverse: Holland, holding the staff and cap of Liberty in her right and the caduceus and an olive spray in her left hand, seated (left), and Britannia, standing, holding a cornucopia (right), in converse. Reverse: The Goddess of War seated, a spear in her right hand, pointing with her left to a map, unrolled; a tower (left), a crane (right) and shipping in distance.
- Image reference: E2429-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London