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Obv: Bust of Anne ANNA D.G. M. BR. FR. ET HIB. REGINA. Rev: A sarcophagus, upon which an obelisk has been erected. At left, Fame blowing her trumpet, draws open a curtain to reveal a bust of Prince George. At right a putto points to the portrait. On the lid of the sarcophagus is Victory seated on the barrel of a cannon amidst a pile of captured standards, cannons and cannon balls. She is depicted in the act of recording the deeds of the reign upon a shield. Exergue: NATA. 6. FEBR. 1665. CORONAT. 23. APR. 1702. MORT. 1. AVG. 1714. Signed: I.D. Ref: M.I. ii, 417/292; Eimer 72/462; Eisler I, 264/32; Thompson 33/31
Obv: Bust of George I GEORGIUS. I. D. G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Rev: Tomb, on one side of which is Justice, holding her sword in her right hand and resting her left arm on a book. At right is Peace holding an oak cluster. NAT. 18. MAI. 1660. CORONAT. 21. OCT. 1714. M. 12 IUN. 1727 Signed: I.D. Ref: M.I. ii, 475/94; Eimer 77/508; Eisler I, 264/33; Thompson 34/32
Obv: Bust of Caroline CAROLINA. D. G. MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REG. Rev: Charity seated with four children alluding to the character of the queen, who is said to have spent a substantial portion of her income on charitable purposes. DILECTA DEO ET HOMINIBUS (Beloved of God and Man) Signed: J. DASSIER / I.D. Ref: M.I. ii, 499/44; Eimer 78/524; Eisler I, 252/2; Thompson 34/33