This rare medal is supposed to commemorate the marriage of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York
Description: Gold medal. Half-length figures of bridegroom and bride facing, their right hands united; his left hand upon a book, his head encircled with roses; hers crowned. Above, celestial rays.
(reverse) A wreath of roses enclosing an inscription
- SICUT . SOL . ORIENS . DEI: (sic) SIC . MULIER . BONA. DOMUS . EIUS . ORNAMENTUM. (As the rising sun is the ornament of the day, so is a good wife the ornament of her house)
- UXOR CASTA EST ROSA SUAUIS. (A chaste wife is a sweet rose)
-IUNGIMUS . OPTATAS . SUB . AMICO . FOEDERE . DEXTRAS. (We unite in friendly compact our desired hands)