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Coronation (Police) Medal, 1902, Metropolitan Police version, bronze, attributed to Police Constable T. Langford, B Division
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Coronation (Police) Medal, 1902, Metropolitan Police version, bronze, attributed to Police Constable T. Langford, B Division
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Circular bronze medal with claw and swivel ribbon bar suspension; the face with the crowned head of King Edward VII facing left, circumscribed ‘EDWARDUS VII REX IMPERATOR’ (Edward VII King Emperor), signed ‘DES’ (for George William de Saulles, 1862-1903, Chief Engraver to the Royal Mint); the reverse inscribed ‘CORONATION OF HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII’ and dated ‘1902’ below right above a Tudor crown on branches of oak and laurel, all within a ring circumscribed above ‘METROPOLITAN • POLICE •’; attributed on the edge to ‘P. C. T. LANGFORD. B. DIV.’; on replaced correct ribbon.

The medal was instituted to mark the Coronation of King Edward VII on 9 August 1902 and awarded in different versions to Metropolitan Police, Fire and Ambulance Services.

Only 16,709 bronze Metropolitan Police medals were awarded.

 
Coronation (Police) Medal, 1902, Metropolitan Police version, bronze, attributed to Police Constable T. Langford, B Division
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Coronation (Police) Medal, 1902, Metropolitan Police version, bronze, attributed to Police Constable T. Langford, B Division
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Coronation (Police) Medal, 1902, Metropolitan Police version, bronze, attributed to Police Constable T. Langford, B Division
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Coronation (Police) Medal, 1902, Metropolitan Police version, bronze, attributed to Police Constable T. Langford, B Division
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