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Ref: 5870

Napoleonic Wars, English Army enters Hanover 1814, white metal medal by Webb & Barre (1820)

 


Obv: bust of the Duke of Cambridge almost facing

 

Rev: Britannia sitting feeds two horses, THE ENGLISH RE-ENTER HANOVER above, year in exergue


Condition: Extremely fine, much original brilliance, some marks to reverse field; Diameter: 41mm

 

References: BHM 777; E 1058; Br 1489

 

Notes: Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge (1774-1850), 7th son of George III. When the French were expelled from Hanover in 1814 he took command there, becoming its viceroy following the Treaty of Vienna in 1816.

 

Price £60

Napoleonic Wars, English Army enters Hanover 1814, white metal medal
Napoleonic Wars, English Army enters Hanover 1814, white metal medal

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