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A Royal Command Portrait at Buck Queen Elizabeth II wearing an evening gown with Featured 4 Sep 2015 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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As autumn is the time when the Coster 'royal families' of London overhaul the pearly Featured 4 Sep 2015 Print

As autumn is the time when the Coster "royal families" of London overhaul the pearly

As autumn is the time when the Coster "royal families" of London overhaul the pearly suits after the summer season.Mr H G Tabram, of Holborn, the original Pearly King of London, and his family are having a visit.
Pearly suits have from 20, 000 to 50, 000 buttons and each member of the Tabram family has an outfit address as an indication of rank. Mr Tabram can also a makes repairs on the suits of the Coaster "Kings". Mr Tabramhas resigned since 1899, his father having been a Pearly King in 1870. All the members of the Tabram and finally appeared before members of the Royal Family.
Photo shows: Mr Tabram and his daughter, Florence, repairing Pearly regalia. Thousands of buttons are seen on the table.
25 October 1938

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A new hat for Mr Winston Churchill. Mr Winston Churchill, appointed Lord Warden Featured 4 Sep 2015 Print

A new hat for Mr Winston Churchill. Mr Winston Churchill, appointed Lord Warden

A new hat for Mr Winston Churchill.
Mr Winston Churchill, appointed Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports in 1941, was finally installed in the office by the Court of Shepway at Dover Castle today (Wednesday). A former Lord Warden, Lord Beauchamp, designer uniform worn by Mr Churchill, which somewhat resembles an admirals and includes a cocked hat, epauletted coat and much gold braid. Mr Churchill was received at Dover with military honours and escorted to the castle by the motorcyclists of the R.A.C.S and Royal Corps of Signals. A fanfare of trumpets, greeted his entrance by the Constable Tower and at his installation as Lord Warden the salute and 19 guns was fired.
Photo shows, Mr Winston Churchill (wearing cocked hat) walking in procession after his installation as Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports at Dover Castle (Kent) today, Wednesday.
14 August 1946

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