Medal, King George III and His Preservation from Assassination, George III (1760-1820), bronze, engraved by Conrad Heinrich Kuchler, struck at the Soho Mint, Birmingham, England, 1800
Round bronze medal, plain edge. The obverse has a central effigy of the head and shoulders of King George III and surrounding legend 'GEORGIUS III.D:G.MAGN.BRIT.FR.ET HIBREX'. The engraver's name is under King George's effigy. The reverse has an engraving of an altar with fire and smoke and above, an eye within a triangle with rays of light (the Eye of Providence). The legend is 'PERSPICIT ET PROTEGIT. / A SICARIO SERVATUS / MAI. XV. MDCCC.'. The altar has 'D.O. / M.'
Engraver's name under effigy, 'C.H.KUCHLER.F.'