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William and Mary, Coronation, 1689.
William and Mary (1688-1694), Coronation, 1689, Silver Medal by P H Müller struck at Nuremburg, bust of William, right, draped and cuirassed, his hair long, GVILIELMVS REX ANGL SCOT FRANC ET HYBERN PATRIÆ DECVS ANGLIÆ PRÆSIDIVM, rev. The Garter entwined with orange branches and decorated with the shields of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, chronogrammatic inscription GVILIELM . PRINCEPS . AVRIACVS . ANGLIÆ . SCOTIÆ . FRANCIÆ ET HIBERNIÆ REX CORONATVR, edge REGIA, CREDE MIHI, RES EST, SUCCURRERE LAPSIS, 49mm (Eimer - ; MI i 675/50). Virtually as struck with reflective surfaces and subtle tone, very rare.