1911 Silver Great Britain Edward Prince of Wales Investiture Medal, BHM-4079, Eimer 1925. 35mm diameter in silver, weight 28.5 grams, by W. Issue Obverse Bust Three-quarters left, crowned and draped, CARNARVON IVLY. MCMXI across the field, INVESTITVRE. Reverse Caernarvon Castle, the Welsh Dragon below, ARWISGIAD.
G, a radiate sky decorated with the Prince's crest within Garter. Certified Mint State 65 by NGC, Gorgeous toning over steel grey surfaces fading to greens and blues. Edward VIII, the King who gave up his throne for the love of a woman!
In his youth and prior to his abdication, the future Edward VIII was a very popular national figure in Britain and the Empire. Edward was officially invested as Prince of Wales in a special ceremony at Caernarfon Castle on 13 July 1911. The coronation of Edward VIII as.
King of the United Kingdom. Was due to take place at. Preparations had already begun and souvenirs were on sale when he.
Abdicated on 11 December 1936. Died and his eldest son.He was unmarried at that time, but the American socialite. And had previously been divorced. The relationship had not yet been reported in the British press. The King's desire to marry an allegedly unsuitable woman was the public reason for a constitutional crisis that led to his abdication from the throne on 11 December 1936. This medal is unconditionally guaranteed as genuine. All I ask is that you contact me to let me know that you intend to return the medal. Please check out my other auctions. The item "1911 SILVER GREAT BRITAIN EDWARD PRINCE OF WALES INVESTITURE MEDAL, NGCMS65" is in sale since Monday, May 11, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\UK (Great Britain)\Commemorative".
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