This is a great old medal from Great Britain honoring Princess Elizabeth, next in line for the crown of Queen in England after George VI's death. The ribbon is grosgrain and has the country's colours of Red, White and blue. The medal itself is made of silver and shows King George VI and Queen Elizabeth's profiles on the face, along with the wording "Crowned 1937" along the bottom. The back of the medal has a portrait of a young Princess Elizabeth with the title H.R.H before her name.
The ribbon has a bar at the top, with a royal crown at the very top of it. There is a lot of detail in the images and designs on the bar and the medal itself. The back of the bar is stamped STERLING and has the initials N.S.R.A~1 BN.N.Y.N.M. --1937-- engraved on it. We kept the silver in its original condition and did not attempt to restore or polish this at all.
DIMENSIONS: Medal diameter is almost 1" and the ribbon is 1⅜" x 1" with the total length including ribbon and top metal bar being 3¾" long. See all photos in gallery to view condition.
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