28 item(s) found:

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Maling Ware 'Royal Souvenir Casket' for, 'Coronation of King George May 12 1937', together with commemorative cup for Edward VIII and cup for Coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra'. (3)

Paragon twin handled Edward VIII Coronation cup, of cylindrical form, flanked by lion handles, decorated with flags and Royal armorials, height 12 cm

An interesting Crown Devon musical jug commemorating the Forthcoming Coronation of H.M Edward VIII in 1937, circa 1936. Playing 'God Save the King' and decorated in relief with a portrait medallion and other Royal motifs to mark Edward's forthc

Three Paragon China Royalty Commemorative ware including a twin handled Edward VIII cup, smaller plate a/f

A George V, and an Edward VIII coronation cup, an Edward VIII bowl and a Commonwealth cup and beaker and five Victorian porcelain teacups and two saucers

A Royal Doulton Loving Cup to commemorate the reign of Edward VIII, with special backstamp to base, No. 112/2000. 13.5 cm x 16 cm

A large Royal Doulton two handled Coronation Loving Cup, made to celebrate the reign of Edward VIII, signed Fenton & Noke. No. 431/2000. With original certificate. Signed in ink by Charles Noke. Height 26 cm

Edward & Wallis, Duke & Duchess of Windsor (King Edward VIII, 1894-1972, King from 20 Jan.1936 until his abdication on 11 Dec.1936; and Wallis Windsor (Simpson), 1896-1986), superb signatures on heraldic Royal Stationery, signed 'Edward, Duke of Windsor' a

A Paragon Edward VIII and George VI Coronation cup loving cup with gilt handles being a production of 250. Together with eight other Paragon Edward VIII commemorative cups.

Royal Doulton two handled loving cup, Edward VIII produced to celebrate his reign 1936, no 270/2000, 16.5 cm high

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

Royal Worcester commerative plaque of Edward VIII dated 1937 in original box

A Moorcroft tobacco jar commemorating the Coronation of Edward VIII with a silver plate lid, stamp and signature to base. Diameter 13 cm

A Moorcroft beaker, on spreading foot, tubeline decoration of Crown on cream ground and the date May 12th, 1937, for the Coronation of Edward VIII, stamped and signed to base. Height 10.5 cm

Royal Doulton Edward VIII Coronation loving cup May 1937. No.47 of 2000. No certificate available. Height 16 cm

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

Saunders and shepherd, cased Edward VIII Coronation spoon, having fitted case with parchment document and bearing marks for Saunders and shepherd, London 1936; together with four small Coronation spoons, one inscribed 'Gml' 1902, one inscribed 'Jl' and bea

A Royal Doulton loving cup commemorating the Coronation of Edward VIII, decorated in relief, Ltd. Ed. 586 of 2000. Height 16 cm. Diameter 4 cm.

Wallis, Duchess of Windsor (1896-1986, was an American socialite who married, as her 3rd husband, Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor, briefly King Edward VIII), her signature 'Wallis' on a 2-page 1938 letter with 'Crowned W' monogram & 'La Croe, Cap D'Antibes'

King Edward VIII (1894-1972, King: 20 Jan. 1936 until his abdication 11 Dec. 1936, to marry Wallis Simpson), signature 'David' on 2-page love letter to Mrs Freda Dudley Ward, written in pencil on 3rd Feb. 1920. Together with the envelope in which the lette

Signed photograph of Edward VIII mounted and framed frame 20 cm x 34 cm

Royal Doulton double handled commemorative mug of the Failed Coronation of Edward VIII (chipped, original certificate signed Noke)

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