1708 Queen Anne Medal The French defeated at Oudenarde

Regular price £360.00

Condition  Extra Fine 

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(obverse) Bust of Anne, left, crowned, hair entwined with pearls, love lock on the right shoulder, in embroidered gown with straps on the shoulder, collar, George, and star of the Garter; a bow of pearls with a brooch on the left shoulder fastens a mantle, which passes behind.

(Reverse) Two captives bound to the base of a column, which is surmounted by a Victory and is decorated with captured French standards.


Diameter Weight Thickness
44.00 28.75
Edge Metal Mint
Plain Bronze by: John Croker
Circulation Mint Sets Proof
Catalogue References
Krause Coincraft Spink
EMIR 433