Product images of Medal commemorating the Peace of Utrecht, 1713; reverse
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Medal commemorating the Peace of Utrecht, 1713; reverse
Obverse: Peace, crowned, locking the door of the Temple of Janus inscribed: 'ANNO MDCCXIII'; below (right) War in chains, (left) Mercury holding a scroll, inscribed: 'EUROPAE PAX REDDITA', symbolic of Commerce. Reverse: Europe, an olive branch in her right hand, and a cornucopia in her left, sitting on the sea-shore, ships in the distance.
- Image reference: E2428-2
- National Maritime Museum