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A gold medallion and chain. 18ct. 1794-1815

Maker:  Maker Unknown

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A gold medallion and chain. 18ct. 1794-1815, presented to Admiral Thomas Graves for defeating the French inscribed Thomas Graves Esq, Admiral and Second in Command on 1st June 1794 - The French Fleet Defeated. Probably by Flaxman, with a standing figure of Britannia standing in the prow of a barge with an angel crowning with a laurel leaf, surrounded by oak leaf and laurel decoration, 1 of 22.

ID:  59865

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