Commemorative Tin Coronation George VI

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Commemorative Tin Coronation George VI

This tin was apparently made to commemorate the Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth and originally contained Mazawatte tea. Closer inspection reveals that it was originally made for the Coronation of Edward VIII and then a second head was embossed and the tin was overprinted with the name of the new King

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1937

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15cm
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10cm
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4cm
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