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Medal commemorating the successes of 1762; reverse
Medal commemorating the successes of 1762. Obverse: Bust of George III (left), hair tied in nape, cloak over armour. Legend: 'GEORGIVS . TERTIVS . REX.' Reverse: In the centre of the field, a circle formed by a serpent biting its tail (the emblem of eternity) Within this circle, a pair of scales (above), an anchor (below) and the inscription: 'PAX AUSPICATA NOV . 3.' (Peace inaugurated.) Below it: 'MDCCLXII.' Surrounding this serpent are four groups of inscriptions, of which the upper and lower are surrounded by a line.
- Image reference: E3530-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London