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Charles I return to London

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Reference
2421
Diameter
41 cm (16 1/4")
Charles I, Return to London following the Coronation in Scotland. Silver medal cast in 1633 by Nicholas Briot. Charles I on horseback, head bare, in armour with truncheon in right hand, haunch of horse marked with a rose crowned. Above, eye of Providence; on the ground, his plumed helmet amidst flowers. Legend: CAROLVS AVGVSTISS. ET INVICTISS. MAG. BRIT. FRAN. ET HIB. MONARCHA. (The most august and invincible Charles, Monarch of Great Britain, France and Ireland.) Reverse: View of London from Southwark; above, mid-day sun in clouds and the letter E, indicating Edinburgh. Legend: SOL ORBEM REDIENS SIC REX ILLVMINAT VRBEM. (As the sun illuminates the world so does the Kings return gladden the city.) See Medallic Illustrations Vol. 1, p.266/62.

Maker :- Nicholas Briot
Diameter
41 cm (16 1/4")
Year
1633
Origin
United Kingdom
Condition
Extremely fine