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M553 - William III and Mary II (1688-1694), Battle of La Hogue, 1692, Lead Medal, by P. H. Müller, 46.16g., 50mm, Neptune with raised trident drives Louis XIV from his marine car, a naval battle scene beyond, rev., Victory tiumpant, the sun setting on the battle scene, with a sinking French ship in the foreground, allied ships sailing away on the horizon, (vL III,118/3), fine. $295
An allied Dutch and English fleet successfully engaged the remnants of a French invasion fleet off the Normandy coast at La Hogue on June 3- 4, 1692. Earlier actions at Barfleur and Cherbourg had seen Louis XIV's fleet, intent on restoring James II to the English throne, dispersed in the days preceding.