Limited Edition Glass Tankard Edward VIII The King That Never Was c1937

£90.00

Product Code:22123003

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Description

Heading : Glass tankard
Date : c1937
Period : Edward VIII
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Bowl : Engraved with Crown and cipher ER VIII . “Accession January 20th 1936 Coronation May 12th 1937. The Friend of His People”
Foot : Acid etched T. Goode & co London 1937. No 2066 Copyright Herbert Goode.
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 13.3cm tall with a 8.0cm bowl
Condition : Excellent
Restoration : None
Weight : 551 grams

Additional Information : The tankard was made during the short period of Edward VIII reign between the date of his intended coronation being announced his abdication. He was succeeded by his younger brother Albert (George VI) who was crowned on May 12th 1937.  Thomas Goode and Co are still operating from South Audley Street in Mayfair.

This was when The ‘Spare’ became not just the heir and didn’t need to write a book bemoaning his lot.

Additional information

Weight750 g

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