1782 Loss of Saint Eustatius Medal

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Diameter: 34.3 mm
Mintage/Proof: NA / NA
Weight: 12.9 grams
Metal: Silver
I Own 1782 Betts Revolutionary War Medals (1775-1782)

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This medal displays the loss of St. Eustatia by the Dutch to the English in 1782. Obverse features a woman, deemed to be Holland, kneeling to the right, as she leans against a staff topped by the hat of the Netherlands. She points towards the horn of plenty in front of her while behind her a the sun hides behind a cloud so that the sun’s rays illumine the scene. The legend reads, “Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, 1782.” The reverse bears only a six -line inscription that reads, “My inheritance has gone to others, and my property to strangers.

The obverse and reverse text read as follows: en Leit Ons Niet in Verzoeking Maar Verlost Ons V. D. Boozen | and | Myne Erfdeelen | Zyn Tot Andere | Overgegaan | En Myn Eygen | Dommen Aan De | Vreemde .