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Featured September Print

A Royal Command Portrait at Buck Queen Elizabeth II wearing an evening gown with

A Royal Command Portrait at Buck
Queen Elizabeth II wearing an evening gown with the blue ribbon of Star of the Garter a diamond necklace ( a wedding present from the City of London) Diamond drop earrings and two diamond bangles. The diamond drop brooch at the top of the blue ribbon is a family heirloom.
Wearing on her head is a diamond diadem the headband of which is composed of a row of diamonds between two rows of pearls April 1953

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Featured September Print

Portrait by John Hedgecoe - Profile of Queen Elizabeth II - Shot for a new set of

Portrait by John Hedgecoe - Profile of Queen Elizabeth II - Shot for a new set of postage stamps in 1966 and in constant use for at least the next 34 years.
This copyright image is held exclusively by TopFoto, the exclusive representative of the late Professor John Hedgecoe. He took the image in 1966, specifically for the creation of the Royal Mail?s stamp, with over 200 billion copies sold so far and counting. Hedgecoe photographed Her Majesty, then Arnold Machin made a plaster cast from the photograph, Hedgecoe then took another photograph, this time of the cast, which has been used on the Royal Mail stamps ever since.
John Hedgecoe / TopFoto
This copyright image is held exclusively by TopFoto, the exclusive representative of the late Professor John Hedgecoe. He took the image in 1966, specifically for the creation of the Royal Mail?s stamp, with over 200 billion copies sold so far and counting. Her Majesty is known to like this image particularly. Hedgecoe photographed Her Majesty, then Arnold Machin made a plaster cast from the photograph, Hedgecoe then took another photograph ? this time of the cast, which has been used on the Royal Mail stamps ever since.

© John Hedgecoe / TopFoto.co.uk

Featured September Print

Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway

Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway. The purpose of this railway was to link the four largest cities of England by joining the existing Liverpool and Manchester Railway with the projected London and Birmingham railway. The line, which was the first long-distance railway in the world, ran from Curzon Street railway station in Birmingham to Dallam in Warrington, Cheshire, where it made an end-on junction with the Warrington and Newton Railway, a branch of the L&M.
At the time of opening Crewe only had 70 residents.

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