Edward VIII - obverse for proposed British coins

Started by UK Decimal +, January 21, 2010, 12:01:14 PM

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The following is taken from 'A KING'S STORY - The Memoirs of H.R.H. The Duke of Windsor K.G.'.

Publication detals: First published in Great Britain 1951. This edition published by the Reprint Society Ltd. by arrangement with Messrs. Cassell and Co. Ltd. 1953.

As this was written by the only person qualified to write on the subject, I think that we can take it as being the official story.

If the images are too small to read, you can always 'open' them and enlarge to suit yoursefl.

Ilford, Essex, near London, England.

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It is over three years since this was posted, and I have only just read it!  I confess I have been rather busy with my own websites. I must do better!


World of Coins is fun, Tony. Not an obligation. Happy you are active again.

An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.


It is certainly good to get this view of the matter in the King's own words.
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