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The capture of London AD276
The capture of London AD276 and Constantius Chlorus. Obverse: Bust of the general Constantius Chlorus, laureate, in armour and mantle (right). Reverse: London (right) kneeling to receive the general mounted on horseback, in helmet, armour and cloak and holding a spear in his right hand; a fortress (right), a galley below.
- Image reference: E9223-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London