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All Items : Souvenirs : Royal Memorabilia : Pre 1960 item #1164370 (stock #CON-QEIIstat)
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Designed by Italian artist M. Girard in the 1950's for the 1953 Queen Elizabeth II coronation, this figurine is porcelain with a matte finish. It is hand painted and written on the bottom in gold: M. Girard, Made in Italy, 976. In excellent condition, QE II measures 11" high. More photos available upon request.
All Items : Collector Plates : Pre 1950 item #1259743 (stock #JHcharger)
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Rare American bronze Industrial Age commemorative charger. Very heavy weighing 12 lbs, it measures 10.5" in diameter. The back has an attachment for hanging that has been securely welded to the plate. Circa 1940's
All Items : Souvenirs : Pre 1960 item #1155507 (stock #TMduke)
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Another rare item from Vernon Kilns, a Duke University blue transferware sugar with lid and creamer in perfect condition. On the front of both pieces is written "DUKE UNIVERSITY" with images (left to right) of the Medical Center, Duke Chapel, and Woman's Coll. Auditorium. The back features the Engineering School, Stadium, and Library...
All Items : Souvenirs : Royal Memorabilia : Pre 1980 item #1162793 (stock #MCqe2Mug)
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Queen Elizabeth II royal memorabilia mug by Sadler of England. Made to Commemorate The Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth the II, it is dated 1952-1977. Silver rim along the top, the mug is in excellent condition measuring 3.75" high z 2.75 diameter.
All Items : Souvenirs : Royal Memorabilia : Pre 1920 item #1162914 (stock #MCtin1914)
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In November 1914, an advertisement was placed in the national press inviting monetary contributions to a 'Sailors & Soldiers Christmas Fund' which had been created by Princess Mary. The purpose was to provide everyone wearing the King's uniform and serving overseas on Christmas Day 1914 with a 'gift from the nation'. The response was truly overwhelming, and it was decided to spend the money on an embossed brass box, based on a design by Messrs Adshead and Ramsey...
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