The UK 1935 George and the Dragon crown + unadopted version

Started by <k>, May 18, 2021, 02:24:56 PM

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Whose 1935 version of George and the Dragon do you prefer

The issued version by Percy Metcalfe
4 (44.4%)
The unadopted version by George Kruger-Gray
3 (33.3%)
I like both equally
2 (22.2%)
I do not like either version
0 (0%)
Don't know
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 7

Voting closed: July 19, 2021, 02:24:56 PM


I like the Kruger-Gray design best although I can see the second one being popular in the 30's because of the desiging style. Although I find Saint George and the horse look quite nice on the Metcalfe design, the dragon on it looks strange.

As with all Saint George and the Dragon depictions, I continue to like the depiction made by family of mine, that hangs in Newcastle Cathedral best. It could look good on a coin, I think. Maybe in the (near) future..


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