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He didn't reign long. He didn't have a coronation. But souvenirs of the coronation were ready for the big event.
Edward VIII reigned from January of 1936 until December of that year. He abdicated to marry an American divorcee.
This is a lovely set of 6 Sterling silver spoons that were made to commemorate the coronation that never was. Each spoon measures 4 1/4" long. Edward is featured on the front of each of these Art Deco spoons. They are hallmarked for Sheffield 1936 and are in extremely good condition.
The spoons are in a fitted box. The outside is red leather and is stamped on gold ER VIII 1937. There is light wear to the cream colored satin on the inside top. Otherwise, the box is in extremely good condition.
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Edward VII Coronation Cased Set of 6 Sterling silver Spoons 1936
$175 USD SOLD
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