An Edward VIII engraved glass coronation goblet.
The goblet has a bell shaped bowl and a large tear that holds a silver three pence coin.
The coin is stamped with “The king that never was” Edward’s head and is dated 1937, the year of his coronation that did not take place.
The glass has a a hollow knop and plain stem, a folded foot and a pontil mark underneath. The glass is engraved with a crown, the letters ‘E VIII R’ the words ‘May 12th Coronation 1937’ and below that a rose.
The glass is in excellent condition.
Height 24.5cm (9.6 inches)
Rim Diameter 12cm (4.7 inches)
Foot Diameter 11.5cm (4.5 inches)