Large Edward VIII Coronation Coin Goblet 1936

Heading : A very large Edward VIII goblet with a silver commemorative coin in the hollow knop
Period : Edward VIII 1936
Origin : England 
Colour : Clear 
Bowl : Bell shaped and engraved with Crown, Rose and Edward VIII coronation May 12 1937
Stem :
Hollow containing silver three pence coin dated 1937 depicting Edward V111
Foot : Conical folded
Pontil : Polished. Acid etched mark Royal Brierley England
Glass Type : Lead 
Size :  24.5cm height, 12.8 cm diameter bowl, 11.5cm diameter foot 
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks 
Restoration : None 
Weight:  709 grams

Additional Information : This glass was made to celebrate the coronation of Edward VIII known as "The King That Never Was". He was king from January to December 1936 a far longer period than Lady Jane Grey who claimed the throne for little more than a week. She ended her days in the Tower and he lived out his days with the American in exile. This all sounds too familiar.

 

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  • Product Code: 21110221
  • Availability: Sold
  • £225.00

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