This is a Rare and Stunning Piece of Collectable British Silver Jewellery. Made by John Pinches Ltd in Solid Sterling Silver it is a Heavy Rectangular Pendant in the form of an Plaque with a bail at the top so it can go on a chain. Though it is hallmarked for 1976 it was made to Commemorate Queen Elizabeth II opening the World's First Full-Sized Atomic Power Station at Calder Hall on 17th October 1956. On one side is a picture of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and on the other is a full inscription detailing the event. It is then Fully Hallmarked as photographed with JP for the Maker's Mark, the Lion Passant Mark for Silver, the Leopard's Head Mark for London Assay Office, the Date Letter B for 1976 and it has been electronically tested at a precious metal refinery to confirm the Silver Content.
There is also a JP Mark in the bottom corner on the back. The Pendant weighs 25.9g and measures 36mm high including the bail x 38mm wide. It is in a used and good condition for its age with no damage but with some minor surface wear that can be seen in the photos. The item "QUEEN ELIZABETH II 1956 OPENING CALDER HALL ATOMIC SOLID STERLING SILVER PENDANT" is in sale since Thursday, January 30, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectables\Historical Memorabilia\Royalty Collectables".
The seller is "damie1815" and is located in burley in wharfedale, West Yorkshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.