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Medal commemorating the capture of Azov, 1696; reverse
Medal commemorating the capture of Azov, 1696. Obverse: Bust of Czar Peter I, laureate, in armour (three-quarter left). Legend in Russian (Peter Alexejevitch, ruler of Moscow, the immortal expander of the Empire). Reverse: View of the bombardment of the fortress, batteries in foreground, shells bursting; fleet in distance (right). Legend in Russian (Victor through lightning and waves). Exergue: '1696'. A copy of the original.
- Image reference: E2635-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London