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Queen Elizabeth Appeal Presentation

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Designed by Thomas Fattorini Jeweler, this medal is unique. It is silver weighing 63 grams. Stamped by himself T.F. The coin has silversmithing marks endorsing Birmingham the Lion and D, yet also the Royal assay stamp of the Anchor. It is indeed a double entendres for the period: the queen had yet to visit the Burroughs of Tunbridge Wells upon the coin’s creation, appealing the queen for a visit.

It is also an appeal jubilee coin celebrating the Queen’s attempt to create a fund for charity through the Appeal project: children helping children.

Thomas Fattorini has received royal commission of late to create a commemorative coin for the Prince of Wales as well as prince Charles and the Queen’s portraiture.

The coin bears the royal symbol prior to the commission of Mr. Fattorini in 2008 making it an appeal as well to the Queen herself for the jubilee year as a commissioner of coinage, yet not granted officially until 2008.


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A trial presentation specimen for the ages, pre commissioning and appealing for status and visitation, hidden under the guise of the Queen’s Appeal program.

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