Edward VIII 'Prince of York', Victorian Whist Counter. B.UNC

Issued around 1897 as part of a series. Fantastic condition and scarce.
Availability: In stock
SKU: TOK8845
£24.50

These fantastic Whist Counters were issued about 1897 and portray four generations of the Royal Family. Queen Victoria is on the Heart, Edward VII on the Club, George V is on Spade and Prince Edward, later Prince of Wales, King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor is on the Diamond, which is the one we are offering.
What is really fantastic is the condition, they are Brilliant Uncirculated and they are around 120 years old.

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