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Queen Charlotte, Coronation, 1761.

Coronation of Queen Charlotte, 1761, Silver Medal by L Natter, draped bust right, CHARLOTTA D.G. M. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REGINA., rev. the Queen crowned by Fame, QVAESITVM. MERITVS, in exergue CORON. XXII. SEPT MDCCLXI, 34mm (BHM 66 RR; Eimer 696). Attractively toned, good fine and very rare.

Variety with reverse legend on ribbon.

This is the official Coronation Medal and yet only 400 specimens were struck in silver, and from more than one set of dies. Many of these were perhaps melted down as this medal is rarely available.

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