St Peter ad Vincula: Tower of London, London, England

Memorial: M1015
'This mural monument consists of a central panel containing the inscription with enriched moulded surround, flanked by panelled pilasters with moulded bases and enriched capitals forming part of the architrave. Each pilaster contains a cannon placed vertically, with swags of fruit and foliage springing from volutes on outer sides. The entablature over comprises moulded cornice and carved frieze, showing crossed artillery sponges and ribbon ornament above the pilasters; the centre portion of the frieze, supported by scrolls and slightly projecting is left plain, and may have been intended for an inscription or motto. The base is formed by a moulded string, eliptically arched in centre, and crowned by a bold gadroon ornament. The monument is supported on carved and moulded consoles, the space between being filled by carving in relief of a galleon in action, framed by palms of victory springing from a winged cherubs head. The entablature is surmounted by a shortened pediment, finished with carved rosettes, and shield with arms and mantling.' F. E. Pearce Edwards.

Grote Kerk, The Hague, Netherlands

Memorial in The Hague, dedicated to Admiral Jacob van Wassenaer Obdam  d. 1665.

Memorial: M4363
A square canopy on four composite columns, a statue of Van Wassenaer Obdam in armour stands beneath it flanked by a page carrying a helmet and a putto carrying a shield and laurel branch, another putto with an inverted torch and a skull sits at his feet. Behind the admiral, an eagle on a terrestial globe bears a trumpeting fame aloft. Four virtues- Fortitude, Prudence, Vigilance and Faith. The plinth is carved with reliefs of three sea battles.

Grote Kerk, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Memorial: M3748
A recumbent effigy of the deceased placed within an architectural surround of four Ionic columns and a pediment. A coat of arms placed in the pediment and carved military trophies behind the effigy.