Elizabeth II Commemorative Coronation Tyg

  • This engraved glass tyg is a beautiful celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's 1953 coronation
  • Impressive engravings cover the vessel, such as the Queen's crowned monogram and Royal coat of arms
  • It is an exceptional example of its type that remains in excellent condition
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Item No. 31-2738

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Created to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, this engraved glass tyg is a beautiful celebration of this historic event. Held at Westminster Abbey, it was the first official celebration of its kind to ever be televised — approximately 27 million people in the United Kingdom alone tuned in to watch their new Queen don her crown for the first time. Considering the widespread popularity of the event, commemorative objects such as this became highly desirable, as people around the world sought remembrances of the joyous occasion.

Engraved symbols of the monarchy abound, including the Queen's crowned monogram, garter star, the Royal coat of arms and Tudor roses. The base reads "To Commemorate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 2nd 1953," formally marking the occasion.

Numbered 5 and signed "T. Goode & Co. Ltd. London"

8 1/8" diameter x 6" high
Elizabeth II Commemorative Coronation Tyg
Period: 20th Century
Origin: England
Type: Other
Depth: 8.13 Inches
Width: 8.13 Inches
Height: 6.0 Inches

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