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Medal commemorating the voyage to Guinea, 1681; reverse
Medal commemorating the voyage to Guinea, 1681. Obverse: An African woman kneeling on a beach, holding a basket containing ivory. A fort (left), partly hiding a ship flying the Brandenburg flag. Ships sailing away (right). Above, out of the clouds, cherub heads blowing wind. Reverse: A three-masted ship beflagged under sail, cherubs above blowing a favourable wind.
- Image reference: E2606-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London