Daily Record medalet commemorating RMS 534 ('Queen Mary'); obverse by unknown

Daily Record medalet commemorating RMS 534 ('Queen Mary'); obverse

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Daily Record medalet commemorating RMS 534 ('Queen Mary'); obverse

Daily Record medalet commemorating RMS 534 ('Queen Mary'). Obverse: Busts conjoined of King George V and Queen Mary (left). Reverse: Port-bow view of the liner, figure 534. Legend: 'DAILY RECORD MEDAL. SEPTEMBER 26TH 1934.' The 'Queen Mary' was launched in 1934 having been built by John Brown & Co.mpany, Clydebank. 534 was her yard number. The 'Daily Record' is a Glasgow published newspaper.

  • Image reference: E3758-1

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