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Medal commemorating the successes of 1758; obverse
Medal commemorating the successes of 1758. Obverse: Bust of George II (left), laureate, hair long, in armour, with Ribbon and Star of Garter. Legend: 'GEORGIVS . II . REX.' Reverse: Britannia, seated on a car drawn by a lion, drives over French lilies. On either side walk Justice and Liberty. Above is a band inscribed 'FOEDUS INVICTUM.' (The unconquered alliance.) Below the date: 'MDCCLVIII.' Around are inscribed the successes of the year, with the dates and the names of the several commanders.
- Image reference: E3523-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London