This fine,almost lifesize Bronze is from the Barnado’s Museum and is signed with initials lower left CS 81.
I would be most grateful if someone could help me identify the name of this highly talented sculptor, the likeness to Princess Diana is quite remarkable.
Barnado’s close links with Royalty started when their work began in 1867, and still continues today with Her Majesty Queen as their patron and HRH the Duchess of Cornwall as their president.
In fact, Barnado’s has had a roy...
A very nice silver colored medallion given to commemorate the Jubilee of the 60 year reign of Queen Victoria. The reverse side has dates of importance in her life, and a dedication to her.
Condition: Very good. Bit of metal wear.
Size: diameter- 1 3/8 inches..
Interesting celluloid print stud of King Edward VIII of England with a crescent moon back.
Condition: Very good.
Size: 5/8 inch diameter.
A 3-1/8" across hexagonal sterling silver fully hallmarked dish with an inset nickel clad (not sterling) coin commemorating the 25th anniversary of the marriage of Queen Elizabeth II and Price Philip (1947-72). The sterling silver dish is fully hallmarked for Birmingham England 1973. The maker's mark is for J Collyer LtD., and there is an additional mark of two Cs on each side of an anchor...
This nicely framed set are of King George V young and old, Queen Victoria, Edward VII, Queen Alexandra and Prince
Albert of York. The photographs are By W & D DOWNEY London, Hills & Sounders Cambridge, TH Voigt Hamburg.
A really good decorative piece for Lovers of Royal memorabilia.
Size: 59cm x 45.5cm
This is a grouping of the rarest Royalty commemmorative souvenirs we have encountered - this is a large covered sugar bowl, creamer and two cups and saucers in English pearlware celebrating the birth of (future) King Edward VII in 1841. Given the title Prince of Wales immediately following his birth, this set features the Prince of Wales feathers and a scene with ICH DIEN ("I Serve") on a banner and depictions of the Princess Royal and the Prince of Wales...
A fine parian jug commissioned by Queen Victoria to commemorate the death of her beloved Prince Albert. In excellent condition, it measures 10.5 inches high. Circa 1862
A very nice gilt brass box presented to British soldiers and sailors fighting in World War I. Princess Mary raised funds to provide these tins filled with various combinations of chocolate, notepaper, a bullet-shaped pencil, cigarettes, spices (for Indian troops), etc...
Early 18c Album Post Free Franks Napoleon Autograph, Royal Family.
This important album contains around 397 free franks which preceeded
the penny black which came out in 1840. Also a number of letters, The
majority are to do with Norfolk, Including titled families from felbrig
Hall, Hemham Hall etc. I will put more details in due course but if anyone
wishes to view please contact me on 01603 737444
Huge tea tray, framing a hand embroidered sampler depicting the most recognized areas, landmarks and people of London. the surrounding border of flowers show the emblems of the British Isles...Rose for England, Thistle for Scotland, Shamrock for Ireland,and Daffodil for Wales, interspersed with crowns throughout...
A BLUE LEATHER BOOKMARK COMMEMORATING PRINCE CHARLES'INVESTITURE AS THE PRINCE OF WALES. JULY 1,1969. The ceremony was held at CAERNARVON CASTLE, WALES. A fine blue leather bookmark with gilt stamped decoration of the Welsh Dragon, The Prince of Wales' Feathers, and, Caernarvon Castle. Please see enlargements for details. Measures 9 inches by 1 1/2 inches. In mint condition.
A BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD MENU FOR JUNE 10, 1939 COMMEMORATING THE ROYAL VISIT OF THEIR BRITANNIC MAJESTIES KING GEORGE VI & QUEEN ELIZABETH TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The menu has a lacquer coating and was probably at one time framed. The lower edge has been trimmed and the menu has unfortunately lost its printed B.&O. identification. King George VI & Queen Elizabeth made a lengthy cross-country trip to Canada in 1938/39 and in June 1939 visited the U.S.A...
PUNCH MAGAZINE. KING GEORGE V. MR PUNCH'S LOYAL TRIBUTE. Volume CXC. No.4940. Published January 29, 1936. Original wrappers. Punch's KING GEORGE V MEMORIAL ISSUE featuring illustrations by Punch's leading illustrators such as Bernard Partridge and Ernest H. Shepard. Of special interest is a double page tribute to EDWARD, THE PRINCE OF WALES with a poem "The Light Burns On" illustrated by SHEPARD (who captions his illustration "VIVE LE ROI!")...
PUNCH MAGAZINE. KING GEORGE VI 1936-1952. Published February 13, 1952. Vol.CCXXII. No.5308. Original wrappers. A special MEMORIAL ISSUE featuring tributes to King George VI and illustrated by leading Punch illustrators such as Bernard Partridge and Ernest H. Shepard. Included is a lovely illustration by Shepard of PRINCESS ELIZABETH who is to be the next reigning monarch (see enlargement 4). In very good condition.
AN UNUSUAL INDIAN BRITISH COLONIAL BOX. The box is fashioned to look like a stack of 10 INDIAN 1 RUPEE SILVER COINS. The lid unscrews and features a 1916 KING GEORGE V 1 RUPEE COIN. The King is shown in profile facing left and is lettered "GEORGE V KING EMPEROR". The reverse is marked: "ONE/RUPEE/INDIA/1916". The base of the box is another 1 Rupee coin for 1919. In between the top coin and the base coin are eight milled edges (only) of other coins...