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Medal commemorating Queen Victoria's coronation, 1837; reverse
Medal commemorating Queen Victoria's coronation, 1837. Obverse: Queen Victoria seated on a dais being crowned by the Archbishop; classical figures on either side; a lion, shield and a cornucopia, overturned, at her feet; Fame (left) and a cherub (right) flying above. Legend: 'H.M.G. MAJESTY VICTORIA. BORN MAY 24TH 1819. ASCENDED THE BRITISH THRONE JUNE 20TH 1837'. Exergue: 'CROWNED JUNE 28TH 1838'. Reverse: A map of the British Isles, channels, inlets and islands named.
- Image reference: E3546-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London