Apprentice Boys of Derry Club medal; silver; obverse: portrait of Rev. George Walker wearing breast-plate under robes; legend; reverse: representation of a sally from the city gate above which flies the Union flag; enemy fleeing; relief ships sailing up the lough; legends.
- 1814 (post)
- Diameter: 1.6 inches
Inscription ContentGEORGE WALKER DEFENDER OF DERRY 1688
Inscription ContentNO SURRENDER
Inscription ContentAPPRENTICE BOYS OF DERRY CLUB FOUNDED 1814
Associated dates : 1688.
29 June 2005
Clean metal tokens to remove foam residues
Object has foam residues over surface and has reacted with the surface patina.
Brushed and swabbed with acetone to remove foam residues.
- Associated Event: Irish War
- Associated Event: Relief of Derry
- Associated Event: Siege of Derry
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Object reference number: MCT9377
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