Naval Gold Medal (Captain's) for The Battle of the First of June 1794 by Lewis Pingo

Naval Gold Medal (Captain's) for The Battle of the First of June 1794

Lewis Pingo

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Naval Gold Medal (Captain's) for The Battle of the First of June 1794

The Captain's Naval Gold Medal awarded to Vice-Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood (1750-1810) for his services at the battle of the Glorious First of June, 1794. Obverse: Britannia, a spear in her left hand and a shield below, standing on the deck of an antique galley, her right foot resting on a helmet, crowned with a wreath by a winged victory. Reverse inscribed: ' CUTHBERT COLLINGWOOD ESQUIRE CAPTAIN OF H.M.S. THE BARFLEUR ON THE I JUNE MDCCXCIV THE FRENCH FLEET DEFEATED'. The medal is fitted with a gold rim with a watch glass on each side to protect the surface. It is suspended by a loop and gold bar on a blue-edged white ribbon. Naval gold medals were awarded to those officers whom Lord Howe and Sir Richard Curtis considered had particularly distinguished themselves in this battle.
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