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Medal commemorating the capture of Quebec, 1759; reverse
Medal commemorating the capture of Quebec, 1759. Obverse: Bust of Britannia (left), head with fillet, hair compactly arranged into a knot behind, no drapery; underneath is a laurel wreath over a trident and a standard crossed. Under the former 'SAVNDERS'; under the latter 'WOLFE'. Legend: 'BRITANNIA.' Reverse: Victory, on tiptoe, holds a palm branch, and crowns with a laurel wreath a trophy of captured French arms, at the foot of which is seated a captive. Britain
- Image reference: E3525-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London