Jernegan was a London goldsmith and banker based at Russell Street, Covent Garden. He made a silver cistern which was disposed of by lottery in 1737. Each buyer of a ticket, which cost five or six shillings, received one of these medals whilst an engraving of the cistern (now in the Hermitage Museum) was produced by Gravelot.
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