Silver medal.(obverse) Bust of Charles XI, right, hair high on the forehead, curled, in armour, and with riband of the Order of the Garter across his breast.
(reverse) The Garter, in a circle, passing through two crowns and two pairs of C's interlinked; medal suspended from the buckle: within it, the motto.
- Made in: Sweden
- Diameter: 25 millimetres
Inscription ContentCONCORDES . LIGAT . CAROLOS . CAROLOR . FILIOS.
Inscription TranslationIt binds in concord the two Charles the sons of two Charles.
Inscription ContentCAROLVS . XI . D . G . REX . SVEC.
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Struck in Sweden, as one of a series of medals executed by Arvid Karlsteen. The fathers of Charles II, of England, and Charles XI, of Sweden, both bore the name of Charles.
- Commemoration of: Investiture of Charles XI as a Knight of The Garter
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Object reference number: CME1879
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