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Medal commemorating the Peace of Breda, 1667; reverse
Medal commemorating the Peace of Breda, 1667. Obverse: A barge entering a fortress (left), a female figure and famine (right). Arms of Frederick Hendrik hanging from a mailed arm carrying a sword and issuing from a cloud, the name Jehovah in Hebrew above. Reverse: Arms of the Netherlands above an inscription.
- Image reference: E2394-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London