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Obv : Armoured bust right. With neck bandage, unbuttoned skirt and kings sash
Rev: Entangled lion stepping left to free that itself out of its involvement rope
This medal is to commemorate the King's death during the siege of Fredriksten's fortress at Fredrikshall in Norway, November 30, 1718, and burial at the Riddarholm Church in Stockholm on February 26, 1719.
The engraver is Johann Carl Hedlinger. A Sweitzer who was employed at the Royal Mint in Stockholm after Arvid Karlsten died. Hedlinger was considered to be the best engraver in Europe at that time.