1911 King George, Queen Mary Coronation Souvenir Copper Coin Medallion
A detailed medalette from the 1911 English coronation of George V. The text on front reads: Our Beloved King and Queen. On reverse: Armorial Crests in center with Great Britain, Ireland, Canada, South Africa, India and Australia around medallion in relief around outer edge.
This was a commemorative medal issued in 1911 to celebrate the highly exalted coronation of King George V. This was the day that George V and Mary of Teck became King and Queen of the United Kingdom and the British Empire at Westminster Abbey in London on 22 June, 1911. This piece can hang on a chain around your neck. It was found in Exeter, Devon, England. Click images to see condition in close up views. A beautiful original detailed piece.
Size: 20mm Diameter or .787 of an inch
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