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A scarce original 'Edward VII 1902 Coronation badge'; hollow silver crowned bar, mounted with Royal Arms enamel shield over crossed sceptres with 'In Commemoration' swing scroll, the reverse impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1901 and maker's details 'G.L' (George Loveridge) . Very good condition, complete with original pin fittings, no dents or distortions, central device fixing fully complete, but does swivel.
A good original 1902 coronation souvenir badge possibly a one-off, made from two conjoined double sided miniature commemorative medallions. Very good condition, complete with pin fitting.
Diameter of each 21mm.
A scarce silvered medal produced for the opening of the University of Sheffield July 1905. The obverse with the Crowned bust right of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, the reverse with embossed panoramic view of the University and dated "July 1905". Excellent condition, complete with yellow and black silk ribbon tied in a bow with safety style pin sewn to reverse.
A very unusual fine quality souvenir brooch, produced for the Coronation on the 9th August 1902; highly decorated teardrop pendant bearing an image of the crowned King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, suspended from a very pretty later period silver bow marked "Silver" this with roller safety catch pin fittings; the reverse of the pendant impressed with Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1901 and maker's details "EG". Very good condition.
Height approx 49mm.
A mint condition original souvenir badge from 'Edward VII 1902 Coronation', gilt brass circular example with blue enamel title surround, with raised profile head of the 'King' within, complete with original display card titled "Coronation Jewellery", the reverse stamped "British Manufacture." Very good mint condition, retaining original pin fittings, gilt remains bright, an excellent example.
A scarce silvered medal, produced for the 1902 Coronation. The obverse with the Crowned bust right of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, the reverse embossed Royal Arms and floral decoration and inscribed "Celebration In The Urban District Of Rowley Regis Of The Coronation on 26th June 1902. Very good condition, complete with original red, white and blue ribbon, gilt Crown suspension bar with single pin fitting, minor service wear.
A scarce original 'King Edward VII 1902 Coronation souvenir badge'; pressed gilt oak leaf wreath, celluloid shield bearing his cypher to the centre. Very good condition, retaining original pin fittings, gilt remains bright, an excellent example.
A very attractive original period 'King Edward VII 1902 Coronation scarce gilt and enamel brooch', from a highly enamelled 'Union Flag' suspension bar in the form of a Crowned bow, depends a gilt portrait disc inscribed "Edward VII King of England & Greater Britain". Very good condition, retaing original pin fittings, small nick to the enamel on right scroll otherwise a superb example.
A scarce gilt and enamel badge bearing an 'ER' shield surmounted by a Crown and flanked by the scrolls "Coronation Edward VII" with "1902" on a union wreath below. Very good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
A scarce gilded aluminium medal, produced for the Coronation 9th August 1902. The obverse with the yet to be crowned bust right of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra with title "Edward VII" "Queen Alexandra". The reverse with embossed Sovereign's Crown and Sceptre, "Coronation 1902" over the 'Royal Standard' with the caption "Long Live The King". Very good condition, complete with original white and blue ribbon, ornate suspension bar with pin fittings. An excellent example.
A scarce gilt arrow incorporating an enamel Crowned shield bearing the letters "ER" and "1902". Very good condition, original pin fittings, no damage to the enamel.
A stunning souvenir from the 1902 Coronation, in the form of individual 'coloured photographs of Edward VII & Queen Alexandra' enhanced with glitter and contained in matching pressed coloured celluliod floral frames, each bearing hand painted patriotic Union Flag and 'Royal Standard' on either side and Crown and Royal Crest above and below all on turned flaps, both with red cardboard backing and stands.
The condition is superb and I would say virtually mint.
Height 20 cm.
A scarce Edward VII 1902 Coronation brooch, the reverse bearing Birmingham silver hallmarks for 1901 and maker's details. Very good condition, original pin fittings, no dents or distortions.
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