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Medal commemorating The Duke of York wrecked, 1682; reverse
Medal commemorating the Duke of York wrecked, 1682. Obverse: The Duke's bust (right), hair long, in mantle round the shoulders. Legend: 'IACOBUS . DUX . EBORACENSIS . ET . ALBANENSIS.' (James Duke of York and Albany). Reverse: Ship (right) in distress off a high rocky lee shore; (left) a boat near the ship. Legend: 'IMPAVIDUM . FERIUNT.' (They strike him undismayed).
- Image reference: E4322-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London