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Whitefriars Commemorative George VI Coronation Goblet 1937

Heading : Goblet commemorating the coronation of George VI
Date : 1937
Period : George VI
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Pointed funnel engraved with G&E 12th May 1937
Stem : Colour twist. A pair of white five ply spirals outside red white and blue corkscrew threads
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Intaglio signed Whitefriars
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 23 cm tall,  11 cm bowl and 10.5 cm foot

Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks
Restoration : None

Weight :  461 grams

This beautiful goblet commemorates the coronation of George VI who assumed the throne after the abdication of his brother and led the country through World War Two. He thus became the "reluctant King" whose stammer was the subject of the Oscar winning film "The King's Speech". Forced by his brother's selfish and simply treasonous act of abdication to steady the Monarchical ship through the choppy waters of the mid 20th Century. An admirable and dutiful public servant; George and his wife Elizabeth ( nee Bowes-Lyon), the much loved and sorely missed Queen Mother, are commemorated along with the date of their coronation, the 12th of May 1937. 

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  • Product Code: 2019031110
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  • £85.00


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