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The Alexandra Cross and Brunswick Star Moulds

 

 

 

The Alexandra Cross and Brunswick Star moulds had inner linings, which allowed a white cross or star to be cast all the way through the mould, rather like a stick of rock. The cross represented the Danish flag, the star the Brunswick Star, emblem of the Hanovers and Edward Prince of Wales. Edward, who became king of England when his mother Queen Victoria died in 1901, married Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1853. These celebration moulds were registered that year.

 

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