Another nice medallic George, this one depicting the young Prince of Whales, as George IV was informally known around his sceptred isles during his dissolute Regency.
This 41mm piece, dated 1816, was engraved by Mills and struck by Thomason to more or less contemporaneously celebrate the last two Treaties of Paris (1814-15). Those were the treaties that definitively wrapped up the Napoleonic Wars, the latter of the two following close after Wellington's glorious victory at Waterloo. Prince George got some of the credit for this because the terms of his Regency had him essentially running the government (but loosely, through ministers) on behalf of his dad the King, who was fading in and out of intermittent periods of illness and/or reclusivity.
This was one of 40 different medals commemorating various British Military and Navy Victories, issued in 1820 and known now as Mudie's National Series.
1814/1815 Great Britian, Prince George, Treaty Of Paris, AE Medal, Mudie's National Series, Mudie-29, BHM-892, Bramsen-1784.
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