King Charles I, a German hollow silver Memorial medal, 1649, by Hans Reinhardt the younger, signed HR in monogram on reverse, conjoined busts right of Charles and Henrietta Maria, he, in armour slightly turned, hair falling over plain lace collar, wearing Garter George on ribbon, she with pearl necklace, CAROLVS ET MARIA DG MAG BRITAN FRANE ET HIBER Rx ET Ra, rev., a seven headed monster rampant over the head of Charles and the crown and scepter, HEV QVÆNAM HÆC INSANIAVULGI
, 75mm (MI 350/209, illus.; vL -; Eim. 159; BDM VIII, 155-156; Platt p. 259).
A superb medal, nearly extremely fine and extremely rare.
The obverse was first used on the medal for the Anglo-Dutch Fishing Treaty of 1636, with the numerals of the date 16=36 to either side of the busts and with a reverse depicting Justice and Peace embracing (MI 279/ 84).