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The silver Jubilee book of King George V and Queen Mary 'The story of twenty-five Eventful Years'

A silver Coronation medal, King George V and Queen Mary, June 22 1911, designed by Sir Bertram Mackennal. Diameter 51mm. (fitted case)

Hay Wrightson (1874-1949) Mary R 1944 Bromide print on card signed upper left inscribed London upper right, pencil signature of Queen Mary overdrawn in ink & dated 15.4 x 11.5 cm. Provenance: photograph sent to the Artist Gayfield Shaw in appreciation for

A King's silver Jubilee medal commemorating the silver Jubilee of His Majesty King George V and her Majesty Queen Mary, with ribbon and miniature medal.

Royal Doulton commemorative loving cup 'To Celebrate the Completion of 25 Years of Reign of Their Gracious Majesties King George V and Queen Mary. Honoured and Beloved By the People of the British Isles and the Dominion Beyond the Seas. God Save the King',

Royal Doulton commemorative loving cup 'To Celebrate the Completion of 25 Years of Reign of Their Gracious Majesties King George V & Queen Mary', one side depicting knight on horseback, the other with cameo of the Royal couple, 45/1000. Height 26 cm

English Royalty & Events: Range of ceramic cups & mugs (9) and brandy glasses (3) for events including Queen Victoria's Jubilee 1897, Royal United Hospital - bath1930, King George V silver Jubilee 1935, 1937 Coronation, 1953 Coronation

Royal Doulton commemorative loving cup 'To Celebrate the Completion of 25 Years of Reign of Their Gracious Majesties King George V and Queen Mary', one side depicting knight on horseback, the other with cameo of the Royal couple, 868/1000. Height 26 cm

A collection of signed British royal photographs including Prince Henry, 11th Governor-General of Australia, 1945-1947, comprising a photograph of Prince Henry signed in 1934 during a visit to commemorate the founding of Victoria, together with signed imag

Wileman & Co commemorative cup & saucer (pre Shelley), 1911 coronation King George V

Royalty - King George V & Queen Mary: Foley Duke and Duchess of York jug, cup and saucer. (3 items)

Royalty Silk Scarves: 1911 King George V Coronation silk scarf & 1935 King George V Silver Jubilee silk scarf, both window mounted, framed & glazed, each overall 50 x 50 cm. (2 items)

1901 Royal Visit, of Duke & Duchess of Cornwall and York (later King George V & Queen Mary) to Australia, music programme from Government House, Hobart on July 3, 1901; dinner menu from Government House, Hobart on July 4; plus letter on 'Government House,

1901 Royal Visit, of Duke & Duchess of Cornwall and York (later King George V & Queen Mary) to Australia, dinner menu & music programme from H.M.S.Ophir at Hobart on July 2, 1901. Printed in gold to indicate Royal presence at the events. (2 items)

A collection of Royal comemorative postcards, aproxamitly 100, mostly comprising examples of Queen Mary, King George V, Prince of Wales (Edward) King Edward VIII and Mrs. Wallis Simpson and others

A collection of Royal comemorative postcards, aproxamitly 120, mostly comprising examples of Queen Mary, H. R. H Prince of Wales, King George V & King Albert, Edward VIII the Royal children and others

1901 Royal Visit of Duke & Duchess of Cornwall and York (later King George V & Queen Mary) to Australia, music programme from Government House, Hobart on July 3, 1901; dinner menu from Government House, Hobart on July 4; plus letter on 'Government House, H

A large Royal Doulton commemorative Loving Cup, Ltd. Ed. #326/1000, commemorating the 25 year reign of King George V and Queen Mary, profusely decorated with Commonwealth and heraldic motifs in relief. 18 x 26 cm

A large printed souvenir handkerchief printed with a portrait of King George V over the Union Jack

Paragon mug- To commemorate the Silver Jubilee of their Gracious Reign Hm King George V and Hm Queen Mary 1910-1935

World War I King's Speech to Royal Australian Navy: 1919 (April 15th) typed speech with handwritten amendments given by Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) on behalf of King George V to the departing Australian Fleet after World War 1. The King

'Three Kings', three RAF officers: King George v with his Sons, later Edward VIII and George VI. 25 x 30 cm

A pair of Doulton Burslem jardinieres, commemorating the Australian Federation of 1901 in Federation green with alternating panels of Queen Victoria flanked by soldiers of the British and Australian armies and paired portrait panels of Hm King George V and

A Doulton Burslem jardiniere, commemorating the Australian Federation decorated with portrait panels of Queen Victoria, King George V and Queen Mary, Sir Henry Parkes and Edmund Barton with figures of soldiers of the Australian and British armies, with swa

King George V and Queen Mary (King George V 1865-1936 and Queen Mary 1867-1953), a pair of photos signed by each and dated 1910 (the year George V ascended the throne), window mounted side-by-side, overall 35 x 28 cm

King George v Souvenir Chair, (1911), believed to have been issued to sit and observe the Coronation proceedings. Underside impressed in wood, 'G.R.V. (With Crown)' and the word 'Coronation'. Made by Thomas Glenister of Wycombe, England, the chair capitol

King George V and Queen Mary Commemorative Ceramic Assortment, including, very large Coronation Ceramic Coffee Pot 20 cm tall and 11 cm across, Portrait bisque small vase, Glass Royal Visit Mug, (1952), Silver Jubilee Cup and Saucer

King George V and Queen Mary (King George V 1865-1936 and Queen Mary 1867-1953), a pair of photographs signed by each and dated 1910 (the year King George V ascended the throne), window mounted side-by-side, overall 35 x 28 cm

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