Here’s another WHAT IS IT? Contest, and this time I don’t know the answer! This coin/medal belonged to my Dad, and now I have it and don’t know its purpose or when or where it‘s from. I can’t find a satisfactory explanation of it online, nor can I find another precise image of it. The coin is 1 3/8” (35mm) in diameter and appears to be made of bronze. On the front is an image of a man riding a horse, in apparently Middle Ages garb, and around it it says: “HIC RHODUS HIC SALTA.” This is a Latin phrase from Aesop’s Fables, literally translated “Here is Rhodes, jump here!” or more understandably, “Prove what you can do, here and now.” On the back of the coin is an image of a sail ship and the words: “Norske Love.” It turns out that Norske Love was an actual Danish Norwegian warship in 1765. There is no other information on this coin/medal. Can anyone tell me what it is?