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Medal commemorating the Battle of Doggerbank and Admiral Bentinck; reverse
Medal commemorating the Battle of Doggerbank and the death of Admiral Wolter Jan Bentinck, 1781. Obverse: A tombstone engraved with Admiral Bentinck's arms crowned by an urn; (encircled above with stars) a spear to which a laurel wreath is attached, a flag and two guns (left), a ship in the distance (right). Reverse: A bell-shaped altar with a trophy on either side supporting the Admiralty coat of arms, navally crowned and resting on an altar.
Johann Georg Holtzhey
- Image reference: E2481-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London