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fme_632932 - GREAT-BRITAIN - VICTORIA Médailles, Mariage de Victoria Adélaïde d’Angleterre et Frédéric Guillaume, prince de Prusse, lot de 2 ex.

GREAT-BRITAIN - VICTORIA Médailles, Mariage de Victoria Adélaïde d’Angleterre et Frédéric Guillaume, prince de Prusse, lot de 2 ex. XF
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Type : Médailles, Mariage de Victoria Adélaïde d’Angleterre et Frédéric Guillaume, prince de Prusse, lot de 2 ex.
Date: 1858
Metal : tin
Diameter : 50,5 mm
Weight : 56,33 g.
Edge : lisse
Puncheon : sans poinçon
Predigree :
Ces exemplaires proviennent de la Collection Terisse

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Exemplaires en étain :
- Avers : THE PRINCE OF PRUSSIA & THE PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND, Bustes accolés à gauche. Revers : MARRIED JAN.Y 25. 1858, Blasons accolés dans une couronne végétale composite. Poids : 19,64g. Diamètre : 39,5 mm (exemplaire présentant de l’usure sur les hauts reliefs ; présence de coups et rayures)
- Avers : THE PRINCESS ROYAL & PRINCE F. W. OF PRUSSIA, Bustes accolés à gauche. Revers : MARRIED JANUARY 25. 1858, Couple s’unissant devant un pasteur et au milieu de leurs quatre témoins. Poids : 36,69g. Diamètre : 50,5 mm (exemplaire présentant des coups et rayures, traces de frottements dans les champs).

Historical background


GREAT BRITAIN - VICTORIA

(20/06/1837-22/01/1901)

Victoria (1819-1901) is the daughter of Edward, Duke of Kent, and granddaughter of George III. She succeeded her uncle William IV in 1837 and married her cousin Albert, Prince of Saxe-Coburg in 1840, against the advice of his mother. She has had nine children, but was widowed in 1861. While respecting the rules of the parliamentary system, it attempts to impose its views in the field of foreign affairs. His favorite, Disraeli, giving him the title of Empress of India in 1876. Respected and loved, active and assertive, Victoria appears in his time as a symbol of imperialist England. His reign marked the apogee of British power.

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