Medal commemorating the re-establishment of Ferdinand IV at Naples, 1799 and Viscount Nelson Duke of Bronte by Heinrich Kuchler

Medal commemorating the re-establishment of Ferdinand IV at Naples, 1799 and Viscount Nelson Duke of Bronte

Heinrich Kuchler

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Medal commemorating the re-establishment of Ferdinand IV at Naples, 1799 and Viscount Nelson Duke of Bronte

Medal commemorating King Ferdinand IV re-established at Naples, 1799. Obverse: Bust of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) in pigtail and full uniform (left). Legend: 'HORATIO VISCOUNT NELSON . K.B. DUKE OF BRONTE ;C.' Reverse: A line-of-battle ship entering the Bay of Naples. Royalist forces advance towards the fleeing enemy. Above, Fame with trumpet holds a medallion with Nelson's bust (right).
Heinrich Kuchler

  • Image reference: E3647-1

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