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In his introduction to Shadow of identifies the cup as an coronation mug and it is true that souvenirs were already on sale at the time of Edwards abdication on December 11 There is nothing visible in the print however to settle matters either way 12 (1936)

If the mug commemorates the coronation of on May , that would place Brandt’s trip to the North East more firmly in the summer of or later.

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[Original String]: 6. If the mug commemorates the coronation of George VI on May 12, 1937, that would place Brandt’s trip to the North East more firmly in the summer of 1937 or later. In his 1966 introduction to Shadow of Light, Cyril Connolly identifies the cup as an “Edward VIII coronation mug,” and it is true that souvenirs were already on sale at the time of Edward’s abdication on December 11, 1936. There is nothing visible in the print, however, to settle matters either way.