1840 Marriage of Victoria to Prince Albert Historical Medallion by F F Helfricht
On 10th February 1840, Queen Victoria married her first cousin Prince Albert in the Chapel Royal at St James' Palace. It was one of the few royal marriages where there was a true love commitment between the two. They had 9 children together and following Prince Albert's early death of typhoid fever Victoria plunged into decades of mourning and she wore black for the remainder of her life.
Conjoined busts of Victoria and Albert
Victoria and Albert seated in an ornate car, drawn by angels
Diameter: 45 mm
Material: Bronze Gilt
Reference: Eimer 1338