1689 Security of Britain Historical Medallion by P H Muller
On 11th April 1689 the first and only joint monarchs, William and Mary were crowned at Westminster Abbey. Mary ruled for 5 years before dying of Small Pox, and William continued to rule until his death in 1702. They were instrumental in returning the country to the protestant faith and cementing parliamentary democracy.
Conjoined busts of William and Mary
Britannia holding cross, scales, cornucopia and staff with the cap of liberty.
Diameter: 55 mm
Reference: Eimer 313
Other Notable Information
Rare. Edge note in Latin translates as "Britain, severely oppressed of late by her foreign yoke, again breathes free under her ancient laws".