Edward VII, 1902 Coronation Large (56mm) Bronze Medal Extremely Fine (no case)

In 1887 the Royal Mint started to issue a series of large-sized medallions for historic events such as Coronations and Jubilees. The medallion offered here is an Edward VII's 1902 large medallion, produced in bronze. Prices at antique fairs for these medallions tend to be extremely high, so we think you will prefer our prices. The medallion is in Extremely Fine condition and is offered with its original case of issue. Supplies are very limited. Get one while stock lasts!
Availability: In stock
SKU: NEG8806

1902 Large Coronation Bronze medallion:

  • Diameter: 56.00 mm
  • Weight - 81.00 grams

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