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Cape Colony: Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra: Wynberg

Cape Colony: Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra: WynbergCape Colony: Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra: Wynberg
Form: Circular holed at 12 o’clock for a ring to a second for a blue ribbon with pin-clasp at the top.
By: Emil Fuchs / Elkington & Co.
Date: 1902
Ref:  Laidlaw: 0427;
Variations:
SizeMetalMassValue
32.4 mmWhite Metal13.3 gm$30

Edge: Plain.

Obverse: Conjugate crowned busts of the King and Queen, right, he robed. Signed: "E. FUCHS / 1901" on a diagonal above the Kings shoulder on the left. Signed: "ELKINGTON" on the truncation. Legend: "KING EDWARD VII QUEEN ALEXANDRA".

Reverse: Coat of arms of Cape Colony, antelope supporters and Hope crest with motto an a ribbon below: "SPIES BONA". In an arc above around: ". TO COMMEMORATE THE CORONATION OF ." then across: "OF / HIS MAJESTY / KING EDWARD VII" and below the arms in arcs: "26TH.-JUNE-1902 / WYNBERG".

Notes: Similar to Laidlaw 0296 for Cape Town and 0297 for Rondebosch.