George VI, 1937 Coronation Large (57mm) Silver Medal Uncirculated - in original case

George VI, Crowned 12 May 1937, Official Large (57mm) Royal Mint Coronation Medal struck in Silver. Designed by Percy Metcalfe. The obverse has the crowned bust of King George VI and the reverse shows the crowned bust of Queen Elizabeth. Mintage 9,051 in official embossed case. Uncirculated
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SKU: NGJ1937
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