Elizabeth II Commemorative Coronation and Accession Goblet

  • This engraved glass goblet celebrates Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne and coronation
  • The piece features the dates of both events, as well as the initials "ER II" beneath a crown
  • Crafted by Thomas Goode & Co., it is a remarkable remembrance of the historic occasion
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Item No. 31-2734

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This impressive engraved goblet was created to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne of England and coronation. Crafted by Thomas Goode & Co. around the coronation on June 2nd 1953, this vessel would have been a treasured souvenir of the joyous occasions. The historic events are marked by an engraving around the rim of the glass, which reads: "The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, Accession February 8th 1952". The form is further adorned by the monarch's crowned initials, a Tudor rose and the motto "Honi soit qui mal y pense" (Evil to him who evil thinks), which symbolizes the Order of the Garter, an ancient order of knighthood of which the Queen is Sovereign. The goblet is completed by a commemorative silver coin contained within the stem of the glass.

Numbered 1 and signed "T. Goode & Co. Ltd. London"

5 1/4" diameter x 8 1/2" high
Elizabeth II Commemorative Coronation and Accession Goblet
Period: 20th Century
Origin: England
Type: Other
Depth: 5.25 Inches
Width: 5.25 Inches
Height: 8.5 Inches

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