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Rebellion Defeated. 1746.: CM.M.264-R
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Rebellion Defeated. 1746.
George II (1727-60)
Acquisition and important dates
Method of acquisition: Unknown
Components of the work
Diameter (min) 32 mm
Diameter 32 mm
Weight 12.44 g
Inscription or legends present
Inscription present: Bust of the Duke of Cumberland, three-quarters, facing left, in hat, uniform coat, and ribband across the breast.
- Text: GULIELMUS . DUX . CUMBRIÆ.
- Location: Obverse
- Type: Design
Inscription present: A suppliant Scot kneeling before Britannia, seated, and holding a threatening sword; her left hand rests on her shield.
- Text: MELIORIBUS . UTERE . FATIS. (in exergue) 1746.
- Location: Reverse
- Type: Design
References and bibliographic entries
Accession number: CM.M.264-R
Primary reference Number: 227884
Created: Monday 19 August 2019
Updated: Thursday 29 August 2019
Last processed: Sunday 21 March 2021
Associated departments & institutions
Owner or interested party:
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Coins and Medals
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