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Medal commemorating the siege of Londonderry, 1688; reverse
Medal commemorating the siege of Londonderry, 1688. Obverse: Bust of George Walker in a long wig (three-quarter left). Legend: 'GEORGE WALKER, DEFENDER OF DERRY 1688'. Reverse: Through the portcullis of a castle (right), Union Jack flying, a sortie driving back the besiegers, two ships in the distance. Legend: 'NO SURRENDER'. Exergue: 'APPRENTICE BOYS OF DERRY CLUB FOUNDED 1814'. Fitted with a ring.
- Image reference: E3437-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London