Alloy medal.(obverse) Steam warship sailing right firing guns on turrets, shells landing above and below, three steam warships on horizon above: date in exergue.
(reverse) Anchor and two crossed wreaths below crown.
- Made in: British Isles
- (Europe,British Isles)
- Diameter: 76 millimetres
Inscription Positionobverse exergue
Inscription ContentXXXI MAY
Inscription ContentTHE VICTORY OF JUTLAND BANK
AUSP REG SOC NUMISMATICAE
Inscription Positionreverse in field
Inscription ContentJELLICOE BEATTY
Winning entrant in a competition organised by the Royal Numismatic Society to design a medal to commemorate the Battle of Jutland.
2014, 9 May - 23 Nov, British Museum, Gallery 69a, The Other Side of the Medal: How Germany saw the First World War
- Commemoration of: Battle of Jutland (21 May 1916)
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Object reference number: CME15832
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