Obverse: uniformed bust facing left, MARQUIS CORNWALLIS BRITISH PLENIPOTENTIARY AT AMIENS / K&K
Reverse: Britannia seated beside a cherub, holds a tablet inscribed AD[dington} H[awksbury] COR[nwallis BUO[naparte]. A medallion of George II on her lap, POST NUNILA PHOEBUS / DEFINITIVE TREATY CONCLUDED 1802 D.
John Gregory Hancock, British medallist and die-sinker of the latter part of the eighteenth century and first two decades of the nineteenth, circ. 1775-1815 ; resided at Birmingham, and owes his reputation to his skill as an Engraver of tokens. He worked for Matthew Boulton at the Soho Mint, and later for P. Kempson.