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Cape Colony: Coronation of King Edward VII: Grahamstown

Cape Colony: Coronation of King Edward VII: GrahamstownCape Colony: Coronation of King Edward VII: Grahamstown
Form: Circular with hole at 12 o'clock. The ribbon is pale yellow, 18mm wide, on which is embroidered an: “ER” monogram in blue (E) and red (R) and: "PATENT" on the back. Wire suspension top and bottom.
By: ?
Date: 1902
Ref:  AM2: 84; Laidlaw: 0419;
Variations:
SizeMetalMassValue
38.1 mmWhite Metal17.8 gm$20 (with ribbon)

Edge: Plain.

Obverse: Crowned and robed bust of the King, right. National flowers of Great Britain below. Across on the left: “1902” and the right: “KING / OF / GREAT / BRITAIN & IRE- / -LAND / . EMPER- / -OR OF / INDIA / (ornament)”. Legend on the left: “EDWARD VII”. Ornament at the top.

Reverse: Coat of arms of Grahamstown with thistle, shamrocks and two roses around. On a ribbon across: "D. KNIGHT (left) MAYOR (right)". On a ribbon above: "CITY OF GRAHAMSTOWN". Below a laurel wreath behind a cartouche: "TO COMMEMORATE / THE CORONATION OF / HIS MAJESTY / KING EDWARD VII / JUNE 26, 1902".

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