Queen Elizabeth II Coin Coronation Goblet

  • This historic goblet was created to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's coronation
  • This was the first televised coronation in the history of the British monarchy
  • Items such as this commemorative goblet became highly sought-after remembrances of the event
  • The goblet is completed by a commemorative silver coin contained within the stem of the glass
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Item No. 31-2735

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This historic goblet was crafted to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Taking place on June 2nd, 1953, the Queen's coronation made history as the first televised coronation in the history of the British monarchy. It is believed that approximately 27 million people in the United Kingdom alone tuned in to watch the 25-year-old Elizabeth don her crown for the first time. Souvenir items such as this commemorative goblet became highly sought-after remembrances of the event. This example by Thomas Goode & Co. is among the finest of its type, engraved with the details of the coronation and the Queen's initials and inset with a commemorative silver coin.

4 5/8" diameter x 9 1/2" high
Queen Elizabeth II Coin Coronation Goblet
Period: 20th Century
Origin: England
Type: Other
Depth: 4.63 Inches
Width: 4.63 Inches
Height: 9.45 Inches
Queen Elizabeth II Coin Coronation Goblet
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