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Medals : Auction 170 : Lot 357

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Auction 170
Medals Lot
357
of 1902 51mm diameter in bronze by Mappin & , Obverse: ALEXANDRA QUEEN CONSORT - EDWARD THE SEVENTH. Crown above medallic busts three-quarters left and right, legends DIEU ET MON DROIT on ribbons below, Reverse: Britannia stands before Parliament, blowing trumpet GOD SAVE THE KING - GOD SAVE THE QUEEN// 26 JUNE 1902. Unlisted by Eimer, BHM3836. EF. The 26th June 1902 date shown on the medal is the original proposed date of the Coronation, which was cancelled due to the King having an appendix operation. The Coronation took place on 9th 1902.
£110
Coronation of Edward VII 1902 51mm diameter in bronze by Mappin & Webb, Obverse: ALEXANDRA QUEEN CONSORT - EDWARD THE SEVENTH. Crown above medallic busts three-quarters left and right, legends DIEU ET MON DROIT on ribbons below, Reverse: Britannia stands before Parliament, blowing trumpet GOD SAVE THE KING - GOD SAVE THE QUEEN// 26 JUNE 1902. Unlisted by Eimer, BHM3836. EF. The 26th June 1902 date shown on the medal is the original proposed date of the Coronation, which was cancelled due to the King having an appendix operation. The Coronation took place on 9th August 1902. : Medals : Auction 170 : Lot 357
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Coronation of Edward VII 1902 51mm diameter in bronze by Mappin & Webb, Obverse: ALEXANDRA QUEEN CONSORT - EDWARD THE SEVENTH. Crown above medallic busts three-quarters left and right, legends DIEU ET MON DROIT on ribbons below, Reverse: Britannia stands before Parliament, blowing trumpet GOD SAVE THE KING - GOD SAVE THE QUEEN// 26 JUNE 1902. Unlisted by Eimer, BHM3836. EF. The 26th June 1902 date shown on the medal is the original proposed date of the Coronation, which was cancelled due to the King having an appendix operation. The Coronation took place on 9th August 1902. : Medals : Auction 170 : Lot 357
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