Vavenby resident Trevor Harder holds a coronation teacup the correct way - with her pinky up. All the schoolchildren in Revelstoke received similar cups when Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1952, she said. She still has the saucer as well. (Trevor is normally right-handed) (Times photo by Keith McNeill)

Vavenby resident Trevor Harder holds a coronation teacup the correct way - with her pinky up. All the schoolchildren in Revelstoke received similar cups when Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1952, she said. She still has the saucer as well. (Trevor is normally right-handed) (Times photo by Keith McNeill)

Have a cuppa for the Queen!

Vavenby resident still has teacup from the crowning of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952

Vavenby resident Trevor Harder holds a coronation teacup the correct way – with her pinky up. All the schoolchildren in Revelstoke received similar cups when Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1952, she said. She still has the saucer as well. (Trevor is normally right-handed) (Times photo by Keith McNeill)

By Keith McNeill

Vavenby resident still has teacup from the crowning of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952