Obverse: EVROPAE ALMAM NE TARDET PACEM/in ex: MDCCLXII [May it not delay the fair peace of Europe] - An Indian with bow and quiver supporting a cupid who is placing a figure of Peace on a column which bears the imperial eagle of Germany, and on its breast a shield with a fir cone of Augsburg; at base rest the shields of England and France and an anchor
Reverse: DVRET VSQVE AD EXTREMVM/in ex: BELG. FOED. [May it endure forever/in ex: The United Netherlands] - Mercury seated upon the Belgian lion who supports in right paw a staff with bundle of arrows and cap of liberty, with boxes and cornucopia at r. In background on the right a vessel and on the left ships sailing in the ocean.
Acquired From: ex John J. Ford, Jr., Coll.; ex Wayte Raymond Estate
Note: 425 gns. This medal appears to have been struck in the Netherlands in the hope of the speedy return of the peace after the Seven Years' War. It was executed by John George Holtzhey who was born in Amsterdam in 1729, became master of the Mint in Zealand in 1754 and died in 1808.