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Medal commemorating the destruction of the Spanish fleet off Dover, 1639; obverse
Cast of MEC0035. Obverse: Bird's'eye view of a naval action. Reverse: inscription, within a wreath of roses, 'The Spanish fleet of 67 ships after being attacked for three successive days by Admiral Tromp was forced to take refuge under the English forts, lay there blockaded for a month and subsequently, being ordered by King Charles I to leave, was destroyed'.
- Image reference: E2310-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London