Edward Viii Coronation Sterling Silver Enamel Souvenir Spoon London 1936 (#55785)

Our Reference #: 55785

A sterling silver & enamel spoon commemorating the Coronation of King Edward VIII, which of course never actually took place! Made by Thomas William Lack and fully hallmarked for London 1936.

Condition: Slight loss of enamel and some slight small digs to very tip of bowl, a few very very gentle knocks to bowl from underside. Some general handle marks to rear side.

Identifying Marks: See photo

Size: 12.7cm (5.1 inch) Length

Unpacked Weight: 18g/ 0.58oz Troy

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