Many variations of all the coronation spoons exist.
"By the Right of God"
(and the British really believe this)
Edward V11--Coronation souvenir from 1902
Edward married Alexandra, eldest daughter of
King Christian IX of
This spoon was made in Denmark, but bears British import marks for 1904
Canadian versions of the coronation of King Edward V11
British Coronation for Edward V11
Canadian enameled coat of arms with Edward V11 simulated coin bowl
Canadian versions of the Coronation (Birks)
Silver plated souvenir of the coronation
Front and back views of a silver plated souvenir of the Royal visit to Canada in 1939
The royal coat of arms on the finial and the Queen in the bowl
on this interesting spoon is the same as
shown above, but the finial
appears to be either a trade union or guild. I am not sure how to
"Super Materium Ignis Triumphans"
Many other versions (both sterling and plated) of the Queen Elizabeth coronation exist
Beautiful hand painted spoon of Queen Wilhelmina (I think) of Amsterdam
I believe that this is one of the Dutch Kings. This particular style of spoon is used with many different finials. The style is a derivative of the old apostle spoons. Demi--800 silver
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