1702-1714. Æ Medal (45mm, 36.74 g, 12h). Capture of Bouchain. By J. Croker and S. Bull. Dated 1711 in Roman numerals
. ANNA · AVGVSTA ·, laureate, draped, and mantled bust left / HOSTES · AD · DEDITIONEM · COACTI · (the enemy is compelled to surrender...
), French soldier kneeling right, surrendering sword, musket, and mural crown to female figure seated left upon globe, holding spear and oval shield inscribed FOR-/TVNA/MA-/NENS (constant fortune
); military instruments around; fortifications of Bouchain in background; in three lines in exergue, VALLO · GALLORVM · SVPERATO ·/ET · BVCHEMIO · CAPTO ·/MDCCXI · (...with the French lines having been passed and Bouchain having been taken
). MI 385/237; Eimer 450. Superb EF, attractive chocolate brown surfaces, with underlying luster.