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Medal commemorating the opening of the Keil canal, 1895; reverse
Medal commemorating the opening of the Kiel Canal, 1895. Obverse: Neptune seated on a rock, a trident in his left hand; in the distance entrance to the canal; shipping and lighthouses (left and right). Reverse: A ribboned floral wreath supporting three shields (left, right and below), a crown above. Inscription, within: 'ZUR ERINNERUNG AN DIE ER
- Image reference: E4412-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London