1831 CORONATION OF WILLIAM IV 55, WHITE METAL MEDALLION

£40.00

This White Metal Medallion, struck to mark the momentous occasion of the Coronation of William IV in the year 1831, stands as a historical testament to a pivotal chapter in British regal history.

The obverse of the medallion features a finely detailed depiction of William IV, capturing the regal countenance of the monarch during his coronation. The engraving skillfully portrays the dignified features of the king, showcasing the artistry of the era.

Turning to the reverse, the medallion commemorates the coronation event with symbolic elements that encapsulate the spirit of the time. Crafted in white metal, the medallion possesses a lustrous sheen that enhances its visual appeal.

Measuring 55mm in diameter, this White Metal Medallion is not only a historical artifact but also a testament to the craftsmanship of the period. The choice of white metal lends it a distinctive character, setting it apart as a unique and cherished piece for collectors of numismatic and historical memorabilia.

This medallion, bearing the significance of the 1831 Coronation of William IV, invites enthusiasts and collectors alike to appreciate the rich history and artistic legacy encapsulated within its finely crafted details.

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