Medal commemorating the 'Queen Mary' commissioned 1936; obverse by Gilbert Bayes

Medal commemorating the 'Queen Mary' commissioned 1936; obverse

Gilbert Bayes

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Medal commemorating the 'Queen Mary' commissioned 1936; obverse

Medal commemorating the 'Queen Mary', commissioned 1936. Obverse: An open doorway in a stone wall, a buttress (left) with coats of arms (left and right). Below, the arms of Cunard Line (centre) supported by an engraved ribbon with tassels at each end; distant view of the Hudson River and towers of New York. Legend: 'QUEEN MARY'. On ribbon: 'COMMISSIONED 1936'. Reverse: Starboard-bow view of the Queen Mary, dolphins in sea below. Three thousand bronze medals were struck and the first issues were made to officials and workmen in John Brown & Co.'s Yard 13 May 1936.
Gilbert Bayes

  • Image reference: E4300-1

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