King George VI Coronation 1937
Coronation Medal 1937
Struck in silver and issued to celebrate the Coronation of King George V1 on 12th May 1937. Approximately 95,000 were issued.
The obverse shows conjoined busts of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in their robes of state without any inscription. The reverse has the crowned GRI over the inscription 'CROWNED 12 MAY 1937' with the names of the King and Queen in block capitals around the circumference.
The ribbon is blue edged with one red and two white stripes.