GREAT BRITAIN George II 1731 Second Treaty of Vienna 47.4mm bronze medal 44.03 grams (MI ii 496/39, Eimer 523)
Obverse: bust facing left, GEORGIVS. II D:G: MAG: BRI: FRA: ET. H: REX. F. D.
Reverse: Neptune in his marine car commands tranquillity from the winds, PRÆSTAT. COMPONERE / FOEDVS. VIENNENSE M..DCC.XXXI
The 1731 Treaty of Vienna was signed on 16 March 1731 between Great Britain and Emperor Charles VI on behalf of the Habsburg monarchy, with the Dutch Republic included as a party.
This marked the end of the Anglo-French Alliance that dominated Europe since the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht, replacing it with the Anglo-Austrian Alliance. After Spain signed on 22 July 1731, Austria recognised Charles of Spain as Duke of Parma and Piacenza.