Gilt lead trial castings for two sides of a large medal commemorating the union of England and Scotland in 1707.

Obverse: Queen Anne enthroned with allegorical figures and inscriptions. Reverse: Royal arms with the lion, unicorn and allegorical figures. The medal was never executed. Possibly by the artist Samuel Bull.

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