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Medal commemorating the Expedition to Brest, 1694; reverse
Medal commemorating the expedition to Brest, 1694. Obverse: Bust of King Louis XIV in a full wig, laureate (right), in low cut armour with Medusa's head on the breast. Reverse: The goddess Pallas Athene with a spear and Medusa's shield standing on the beach, a naval trophy (left), shipping and wreckage with figures clinging to them in distance (right).
- Image reference: E2990-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London