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Great Britain: Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra / British and Empire Coat of Arms

Great Britain: Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra / British and Empire Coat of ArmsGreat Britain: Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra / British and Empire Coat of Arms
Form: Circular holed at 12 o’clock
By: ?
Date: 1902
Ref:  BHM: 3839; Laidlaw: 0807;
Variations:
SizeMetalMassValue
44.3 mmGilded White Metal26.2 gm$24

Edge: Plian.

Obverse: Conjoined crowned busts of the King and Queen, right, he robed, laurel branch below. Across in large ornate letters to the left: “ER” and to the right: “19 - / - 02”. Legend outside curved lines: “EDWARD VII QUEEN ALEXANDRA”.

Reverse: A loosely draped female, standing facing left, her right arm extended holding a crown above a monogram: “ER” with a half laurel wreath below. Sea in the background with a ship on the left and a lighthouse on the right. In the foreground below, two shields inclined away from each other. On the left shield, the coat of arms of the British Empire with Canada, India, Australia and New Zealand in the quarters; and Cape Colony in front. On the right shield, the British Royal coat of arms. Around, a wreath of the national flowers of Great Britain and below motto: “DIEU ET MON DROIT” on a ribbon.

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