William of Orange landing at Torbay 1688, cast silver medal by George Bower
Obv: cuirassed bust of William III right, 1688 on sleeve
Rev: Equestrian figure (William of Orange) leads his army on a beach, ships at anchor beyond, in the foreground a warrior raises the fainting figure of Justice, TERRASSA ASTRAEA REUSSIT above (Justice revisits the Earth)
Condition: almost Extremely fine; Diameter: 49mm
References: MI i 639/64; E 297b
Notes: William of Orange assembled a fleet of 500 ships which landed at Torbay, Devon, in November 1688, causing the incumbent monarch, James II, to flee to France.