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1953 Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Pocket Watch - No. 1

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Posted 4 years ago


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This is variation No. 1 of the Queen Elizabeth II pocket watch manufactured by Ingersoll Ltd (Great Britain) in 1953 to commemorate the Coronation event. The numerals are replaced by the word 'CORONATION' on the dial. Furthermore, the watch bow design is in the shape of a 'crown' and the English 'coat-of-arms' is engraved on the case back.

I will be posting variation No. 2, also by Ingersoll Ltd GB, and one other example by Smiths in due course. Hope you have enjoyed this posting!


  1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 4 years ago
    She's is a Stunner!! and very beautiful:)
  2. geo26e geo26e, 4 years ago
    Thanks very much Sean :-)
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    Thank you Mani for your support! Big cheers :-)
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    Thank you aghcollect for the visit & love, much obliged!
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    Thank you bratjdd, Dave & Phil for stopping by and loving the post, very much appreciated!
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    one word George..... SWEET.......
  7. geo26e geo26e, 4 years ago
    To gargoyle, walksoftly, Kerry, mtg75, DrFluffy, official, shawnicus, egreeley, pops & eldo78 with my sincere thanks! Bid cheers to you all for the support!
  8. geo26e geo26e, 4 years ago
    Thank you tempusfigit & tom61375 for visiting & loving the post! Big cheers to you!
  9. geo26e geo26e, 4 years ago
    Thank you Mickey & ttomtucker for visiting & loving the post! Very much appreciated!

    Phil, sorry for the late reply! I have no idea how much they were in 1953 but I do have a late 50s news paper cut out of an old Smiths Empire watch ad. It says the pocket watch models were from 27 shillings & 6 pence which is £1.41.
    So approximately US$2.25 using the current exchange rate! You can see the ad here :
  10. geo26e geo26e, 4 years ago
    Thanks snoopy! :-)
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    Thank Mani for hitting the Love button again! Big cheers!
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    Thank you Antigue Toys! Very much appreciated!
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    Thank you petey! Very much appreciated!
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    Grateful thanks to you Elisabethan for stopping by and for the appreciation! Big cheers!
  15. geo26e geo26e, 3 years ago
    Cheers Mani!
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    Thanks ttomtucker for stopping by and the appreciation!

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