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"Royal Celebrations" Official Royal Mint Medallions 1897, 1902 & 1935

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512-553
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This collection includes a silver medal dating from 1897 celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, a sterling silver medal from 1902 marking the Coronation of King Edward VII, and a silver medal from 1935 marking the Silver Jubilee of King George V. All three medals are official issues struck by the Royal Mint and are in about uncirculated to uncirculated condition. The three piece set comes displayed in a custom mahogany finish presentation case.

For several centuries the Royal Mint England has produced a small number of celebratory medals marking historic events like the coronation of a new monarch, or a major anniversary of the monarch's reign. In most cases, these have been presented to dignitaries or been made available to the elite of society. This tradition has continued through the reign of Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, and King George V, with these three different sterling silver official medallions.

1897 Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medallion
Reverse - Young head portrait of Queen Victoria with date of accession to the Throne below 1837. To either side of portrait is an inscription from the book of proverbs. "LONGITUDO DIERUM IN DEXTERA EIUS IN SINISTRA GLORIA", meaning, Long life in her right hand and in her left glory.
Obverse - Vieled Bust with inscription "VICTORIA ANNUM REGNI SEXAGESIMUM FELICITER CLAUDIT XX IUN MDCCCXCVII" meaning Completion of 60 sucessful years June 20 1897.

1902 Coronation of King Edward VII Medallion

Reverse - Portrait of King Edward VII. Written along rim Crowned 9 August 1902.
Obverse - Portrait of Alexandra. Written along rim Queen Consort with a banner below 9 Aug 1902.

1935 Silver Jubilee Medallion with Queen Mary
Reverse - A view of Windsor Castle, and the inscription: "STET FORTUNA DOMUS", meaning
"let the fortune of the house stand"
Obverse - Busts of King George and Queen Mary, with the inscription: "VI MAII MCMX   MCMXXXV", meaning 6 May 1910-1935

Includes:
• "Royal Celebrations" Official Royal Mint Medallions 1897, 1902 and 1935

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