Product images of Medal commemorating the capture of the Spanish silver fleet off Matanzas, 1628; reverse
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Medal commemorating the capture of the Spanish silver fleet off Matanzas, 1628; reverse
Obverse: A medallion bust of Prince Frederick of Orange, in armour and lace collar (three-quarter right) supported by Mars (left) and Victory (right) holding a wreath over it. Above: 'Aurea condet saecula' (He shall establish the golden age). Exergue: A view of 'SHERTOGHENBOS 1649' (the prince's residence). Reverse: Prudence (left) and Fortitude (right) as supporters, with cherubs, above, holding a wreath over the crowned arms of Holland and medallions of the sums of four victories.
A. van der Wilge
- Image reference: E2315-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London