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    Portugal - Infante D.henrique
    1460-1960 500th anniversary plate of the death of the Infante D.Henrique. In excellent condition.
  • Price: $18.00
    Souvenir Mug Royal Wedding Prince Andrew And Fergie
    This is a ceramic souvenir mug made in 1986 for the royal wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, affectionately known as Fergie. The mug was made by Kiln Craft, England and measures 3.5 inches high. The royal memorabilia mug is in excellent, mint condition.
  • Price: $10.00
    Postcard Charles And Diana Royal Wedding Smiling
    This is a real photo souvenir postcard of Prince Charles and Lady Diana of England made for their Royal Wedding in 1981. The postcard is the European or continental size of 5.8 inches high by 4 inches wide and was manufactured in England for Charles Skilton And Fry, Ltd. London England. The postcard is a split back and is unused and features the photo from the shoulders of the royal couple laughing and Diana in the blue suit. The marks in the photo of the back which look like notches or dents are the legs of the black easel we used for photography. The postcard is excellent, mint and comes in an archival sleeve.
  • Price: $10.00
    Postcard Charles And Diana Royal Wedding Standing
    This is a real photo souvenir postcard of Prince Charles and Lady Diana of England made for their Royal Wedding in 1981. The postcard is the European or continental size of 5.8 inches high by 4 inches wide and was manufactured in Spain for the English company Fisa, London England. The postcard is a split back and is unused and features the photo from the knees up and Diana in the blue suit. The marks in the photo of the back which look like notches or dents are the legs of the black easel we used for photography. The postcard is excellent, mint and comes in an archival sleeve.
  • Price: $48.00
    Tankard King George V And Queen Mary Silver Jubilee Mug
    This is a tankard or large mug manufactured by Gibson's Pottery, England in 1935 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary who were the grandparents of the present Queen Elizabeth II. The tankard measures 4.5 inches high by 4.5 in diameter. The really exceptional sepia portraits of the king and queen are surrounded by color flags and their seal on the back with gold trim. The mug or tankard is in good ++ condition with no chips and an exceptional set of graphics, but there are 2 tight old hairlines from the top and gold trim wear. A neat bit of history and royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $38.00
    Mug Royal Wedding Prince Charles And Lady Diana Di
    This commemorative mug was made to commemorate the 1981 royal wedding of HRH Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer of England. The ironstone mug measures 3.25 inches high by 3.25 in diameter and features a fabulous full color coat of arms of Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales. The souvenir mug was made by Woods and Sons, Staffordshire England and has gold trim and is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks.
  • Price: $38.00
    Mug King George V And Queen Mary Silver Jubilee 1935
    This is a mug manufactured by Solian Ware, Soho Pottery Ltd, England in 1935 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary who were the grandparents of the present Queen Elizabeth II. The profiles of the king and queen are surrounded by color flags with a dedication ribbon around the top and their initials on the back. The mug is in very good + condition with no chips, cracks, restorations but it does have a few minor scratches on the design. A neat bit of history and royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $14.00
    Tea Tin Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Jubilee Jackson's Tea
    This is a commemorative tea tin made by Jackson's Of Picadilly, London England to commemorate the Silver Jubilee in 1977 of Queen Elizabeth II. The tea tin contained 8 oz of Blend 1977, a tea blended in the Queen's honor. The tin measures 4.5 inches high by 3.5 inches square and has photos of the Queen and Prince Philip, Windsor Castle and the Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace. The tin is in very good condition but has a few minor scratches, has had a few spots of rust inside but is really very good and a great souvenir of a milestone in the reign of England's longest ruling monarch.
  • Price: $48.00
    Program Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Jubilee Celebration
    This is a large softcover official program or programme for the celebrations of the Silver Jubilee in 1977 of Queen Elizabeth II. The programme measures 11.75 inches high by 8.25 inches wide when closed and features bit color and black and white photos, a map of the procession route, the Thanks giving service, a diary of Silver Jubilee events and a genealogy of the royal line. The programme comes in an archival sleeve and is in excellent condition. A wonderful souvenir of a special day.
  • Price: $38.00
    Royal Wedding Corgi Austin Metro Model Charles Diana
    This is a special edition royal purple Austin Metro model car made by Corgi, Mettoy Co, England to commemorate the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. Princess Diana drove and Austin Metro when her engagement to Prince Charles became public. The model car is metal, in it's original fitted box with silver initials and date on the side. The car measures 2 inches high by 4 inches long by 2 inches wide and is in excellent condition. The box shows a bit of wear. The doors and hatch back open. A great Royal Wedding souvenir.
  • Price: $58.00
    Treen Lace Bobbin Birth Of Prince William Glass Beads
    This is a fabulous treen or turned wood lace bobbin that has the added appeal of being a piece of British Royal memorabilia commemorating the Royal birth in 1982 of Prince William of Wales, oldest son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana or Princess Di. The turned wood lace making shuttle or bobbin used in making bobbin lace (what a surprise!) measures 5 inches long, has graduated yellow glass beads and has a dedication in the folk art called Pyrography or wood burning. The inscription has been done with a hot needle or stylus which indents the lettering and colors the wood as it oxidizes. The dedication says The Royal Birth Of Prince William Of Wales June 21, 1982. The inscription can be felt as well as seen. This is a wonderful cross collectible for fans of royal memorabilia as well as sewing collectibles. I have included a photo of bobbins being used from a lace website. The lace bobbin is in excellent, mint condition.
  • Price: $68.00
    Lace Bobbin Royal Wedding Charles Diana Glass Beads
    This is a fabulous treen or turned wood lace bobbin with pyrography and hand painting that has the added appeal of being a piece of British Royal memorabilia commemorating the Royal Wedding in 1981 of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, later known as Princess Dianna of Princess Di, sewing memorabilia and folk art. The turned wood lace making shuttle or bobbin used in making bobbin lace (what a surprise!) measures 4.5 inches long, has alternating clear and pale blue faceted crystal beads with a blue marbled central glass bead and has a dedication in the folk art called Pyrography or wood burning with a hand painted design of silver bells and flowers. The inscription, bells and flowers have been done with a hot needle or stylus which indents the lettering and colors the wood as it oxidizes. The dedication says Royal Wedding Of Charles And Diana 29 July '81 St. Paul's. The inscription can be felt as well as seen. This is a wonderful cross collectible for fans of royal memorabilia as well as sewing collectibles. I have included a photo of bobbins being used from a lace website. The lace bobbin is in excellent, mint condition.
  • Price: $20.00
    Mug Queen Elizabeth Ii Golden Jubilee 1952-2002 England
    This is a ceramic souvenir mug made by an unknown English firm to commemorate the Golden Jubilee in 2002 of the 50 year reign of Queen Elizabteth II of England. The mug measures 3.75 inches high and features a color photo with a golden surround and a dedication on the back in the Queen's coat of arms symbols. A great souvenir of the Golden jubilee 1952-2002.
  • Price: $58.00
    Birth Of Prince William Of Wales Plate 1982 Bone China
    This is a bone china commemorative souvenir plate made by Crown Staffordshire, England celebrating the birth of Prince William Of Wales the son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1982. The plate measures 7.5 inches in diameter, has a dedication on the back, a photo of Charles and Diana with a rose border, gold trim and a bassinet inset. The plate is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks but does have a few light utensil marks. A great souvenir of the birth of the second in line to the English throne.
  • Price: $128.00
    Charles And Diana Wedding Plate Royal Tuscan Mint Box
    This is a lovely souvenir bone china large 10.25 inches in diameter plate made to commemorate the royal wedding in 1981 of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer of Princess Di by Royal Tuscan, England in it's original box. The plate has a lovely lace like design with profiles, dedication, wreaths and the Prince Of Wales Plumes. The plate is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks or flaws. The box is also in excellent condition. This is a wonderful addition to any British royal memorabilia collection.
  • Price: $12.00
    Thimble Memorial Princess Diana English Bone China
    This is a memorial English bone china thimble with a photo of Princess Diana of England and her name and dates, 1961-1997 on the reverse with gold trim. The thimble measures 1 inch high by .8 inch in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition. A wonderful tribute to the People's Princess.
  • Price: $18.00
    Royal Wedding Charles And Diana Pin Dish Tea Bag Holder
    This is a Royal Wedding Commemorative for the 1981 wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer pin dish, small plate or bowl that could also be used as a tea bag holder. The porcelain dish or plate has sepia portraits surrounded by symbols of the United Kingdom with gold trim and dedication on the reverse. The dish measures .5 inch high by 4.5 inches in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks or wear.
  • Price: $38.00
    Lidded Box Queen Elizabeth Ii Golden Jubilee 1952-2002
    This is a very pretty porcelain lidded box made in 2002 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of 50 years on the throne of Queen Elizabeth II of England who ascended the throne in 1952. The box and lid come in their original fitted presentation box with the Golden Jubilee symbol in gold on the box front. The box and lid measures 1.5 inches high by 3.5 inches in diameter and has a pretty design of cobalt blue, a color photo of the queen and a color surround and gold trim. The royal memorabilia souvenir box was made by the House Of Valentina but no country is indicated. Not an English speaking one, because the mark on the bottom of the box as well as the sticker on the outer box says it's Hand Pained. Heehee! The box is in excellent, mint condition. A lovely souvenir.
  • Price: $45.00
    1936 King Edward Viii Cup & Saucer.
    A bone china cup and saucer for the proposed 1937 coronation of King Edward VIII. Base marked Sutherland Bone china. In very good condition.
  • Price: $95.00
    Musical - 1937 Coronation Of King George Vi.
    An unusual MUSICAL tankard for the 1937 coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with raised profiles. Plays The National Antham when picked up. The makers mark on the base is not clear. Excellent condition. See all photos.
  • Price: $48.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Coalport 60th Birthday Mug England
    This is a lovely souvenir bone china mug made by Coalport China, England to commemorate the 60th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II of England in 1986. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3.25 inches in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition. Absolutely beautiful! Happy belated birthday, Ma'am.
  • Price: $128.00
    Wedgwood Dish Pair Queen Elizabeth Ii Philip Jasper
    This is a very pretty dark blue jasper or jasperware set of 2 plates, pin dishes or sweet dishes with applied white jasper profiles of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip which were made by Wedgwood, England in 1977 to commemorate the silver Jubilee of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1952-1977 and are in their original boxes. The color is called Royal Blue and was developed for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Each small plate measures 4.5 inches in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks. A great piece of history.
  • Price: $28.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Book Silver Jubilee Visit To Canada
    This is a softcover souvenir book made to commemorate the Royal Visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Ottawa, Canada during the 1977 celebration of the Queen's Silver Jubilee of her coronation. The book measures 9.5 inches high by 6.5 inches wide, has 64 pages and comes in it's original envelope. The contents include the Queen's daily itinerary for the visit October 14-19, 1977, map, stories and color as well as black and white photos. A neat crop of interesting ads as well. The booklet is in excellent, mint condition and the original envelope is in very good ++ condition. Someone wrote 1977 at the top in ink and a corner is dogeared. A wonderful souvenir of a Royal Visit.
  • Price: $88.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Tankard Silver Jubilee Masons Lg Mug
    This is a large mug or tankard made by Mason's, England to commemorate the Silver Jubilee in 1977 of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of England. The ironstone tankard has wonderful hand colored graphics or deep red transfer with silhouettes. The tankard measures 4.75 inches high by 4 in diameter at base and is in very good +++ condition with no chips, cracks or wear but there is some crazing. A fabulous piece of Royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $128.00
    Shelley Baby Dish Coronation King George Vi Childs Bowl
    This is a Shelley China, England baby dish or child's bowl made in 1937 for the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, parents of Queen Elizabeth II. The bowl or dish measures 1.6 inches high by 6.5 inches in diameter and is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks. There are a few utensil marks and 2 tiny spots on the transfer of the King and Queen. A novel item of British Royal memorabila.
  • Price: $58.00
    Royal Wedding Program Princess Margaret England Programme
    This is a very rare programme or program for the Royal Wedding of the Princess Margareth, late younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, and Anthony Armstrong-Jones in Westminster Cathedral on May 6th, 1960. The softcover book measures 9.75 inches high by 7 inches wide and has 32 pages which include biographical notes, photos, a map of the route and a complete list of the participants in order of precedence. The programme or program also includes the complete words of the marriage ceremony. A unique piece of British Royal Memorabilia.
  • Price: $32.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Jubilee Mug Brown Transfer Mint Tags
    This is a mint with tags ironstone mug commemorating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England in 1977 made by Mason's, England in a brown transferware design. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3 inches in diameter and has it's original tag which has a history of the queen's life.The mug is in excellent, mint condition. The mug is from a British royal memorabilia collection I acquired in England on my last trip.
  • Price: $28.00
    Bell Royal Wedding Prince Charles And Princess Diana Di
    This ceramic bell was manufactured in England to commemorate the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, Princess Diana of England in 1981. It has no maker's mark. The color portraits are with the gold rings and pastel surrounding symbols and flowers were a popular choice for souvenirs of the royal wedding. The bell has a ceramic ball clapper on a wire, stands 6 inches high by 3.25 in diameter and is in very good ++ condition with about 3 tiny chips on the bottom rim and some crazing throughout. A nice piece of Royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $32.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Jubilee Mug Teal Transfer Mint Tags
    This is a mint with tags ironstone mug commemorating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England in 1977 made by Mason's, England in a teal transferware design. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3 inches in diameter and has it's original tag which has a history of the queen's life.The mug is in excellent, mint condition. The mug is from a British royal memorabilia collection I acquired in England on my last trip.
  • Price: $48.00
    Tea Towel Charles And Diana Royal Wedding Blue Mint
    This is a beautiful souvenir tea towel made to commemorate the Royal Wedding in 1981 of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, or Princess Di, England. The 100% pure linen tea towel or dish towel was made Textilimpex of Poland and the towel was printed in Canada. The towel is in very good +++ nearly mint condition with the original foil sticker. There is a slight yellowing of the linen on the bottom right hand corner from being in the sun. Otherwise a mint gorgeous piece of British Royal memorabilia. I LOVE the blue and the portraits are especially good.
  • Price: $72.00
    Charles And Diana Royal Wedding Mug Aynsley Sticker
    This is a wonderful Aynsley China, England mint condition souvenir mug made in 1981 to commemorate the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer with it's original foil sticker. The mug measures 3.25 inches high by 3.25 in diameter. The commemorative mug features the coat of arms of the Prince Of Wales on the front and a genealogy of the Charles and Di on the back with a dedication bordering the inside of the mug. The handle looks like a feather to echo the plumes of the Prince Of Wales symbol, all with gold trim. The commemorative mug is in mint condition with the original Aynsley sticker and very collectible.
  • Price: $32.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Jubilee Mug Black Transfer Mint Tags
    This is a mint with tags ironstone mug commemorating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England in 1977 made by Mason's, England in a black transferware design. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3 inches in diameter and has it's original tag which has a history of the queen's life.The mug is in excellent, mint condition. The mug is from a British royal memorabilia collection I acquired in England on my last trip.
  • Price: $98.00
    Royal Doulton Loving Cup Queen Mum Elizabeth 80th Bd
    This is a Royal Doulton, England loving cup made in 1980 to commemorate the 80th birthday of the beloved mother of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth wife of George VI and affectionately known as the Queen Mum. The bone china two handled mug or loving cup measures 3.75 inches high by 6 inches long by 3.75 inches in diameter and features a profile of the Queen Mum with a ribbon and flower surround with a dedication on the back all with gold trim. The loving cup is in excellent, mint condition.
  • Price: $98.00
    Mug King George V England Silver Jubilee Queen Mary
    This is a wonderful tall porcelain mug made by James Kent, Ltd, Staffordshire England in 1935 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary who were the grandparents of the present Queen Elizabeth II. The sepia portraits are surrounded by color flags, shields, mottos and elements of the royal coat of arms. The graphics are very attractive. The mug tall mug measures 4 inches high by 3.35 in diameter and has silver trim. The commemorative mug is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations.
  • Price: $38.00
    Prince Charles Investiture Tea Caddy Spoon Scoop Enamel
    This is a tea caddy spoon or tea scoop made in 1969 to commemorate the investiture in 1969 of Prince Charles of England as the Prince Of Wales at Caenarvon Castle. The chrome plated tea caddy spoon or scoop measures 3.25 inches long and the bowl is 1.75 inches in diameter and has a clock face in the bowl. The spoon has an enamel shield with the Prince Of Wales plumes and the name Caenarvon. The tea caddy spoon or tea scoop is in excellent condition and is a useful as well as historical piece of British royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $55.00
    King George V And Queen Mary Silver Jubilee 1910-1935
    This vintage coaster, set in a leather and glass plate atop a doily for preservation, celebrating The Silver Jubilee (1910-1935) of King George V and Queen Mary was made in England. In very good condition, the leather does have age crazing through out and some damage, which I have shown in my pictures and the plate measures 10 inches in diameter while the coaster measures 6 inches in diameter. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $68.00
    Coalport Mug Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Jubilee Purple
    This is a gorgeous mug made by Coalport, England commemorating the Silver Jubilee in 1978 of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of England. The bone china mug measures 3 inches high by 3.25 inches in diameter and is a wonderful design of royal purple, tan and black and features the animals and symbols from her royal crest and symbols representing the countries of the United Kingdom with gold trim. The dedication in gold forms a border inside the mug. The mug is in excellent, mint condition and is from a collection of British royal commemoratives I acquired in England recently. A wonderful royal memorabilia souvenir.
  • Price: $48.00
    Official Book Charles Diana Royal Wedding Fab Photos
    This is an official souvenir book produced in 1981 for the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer by The Royal Jubilee Trust. The softcover cardstock book measures 11.5 inches high by 8.25 wide when closed and has the distinction of having absolutely fabulous photos taken by Lord Snowdon, former husband of the late Princess Margaret. They are some of the best of Princess Diana and she looks fantastic. The book was printed for the Canadian or American market by the Royal Jubilee Trust at the time of the wedding and sold for $5.95. The book has 32 pages and covers their history and background leading to the engagement and wedding. The book is in very good +++ condition with the only flaw being minor dog eared corners of the cover. A gorgeous souvenir.
  • Price: $110.00
    C.1851 A Rare Queen Victoria And Prince Albert Mug.
    Prince Albert standing next to a seated Queen Victoria with Windsor Castle on the back and luster trim. Probably first made in the late 1840's and sold widely at the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition. In very good condition. A little transfer missing on Albert during manufacture and some black marks on the inside base.(See all the photos} No chips, cracks or restoration. A hard to find mug.
  • Price: $68.00
    Miniature Cup And Saucer Birth Of Prince William Diana
    This is a cute miniature souvenir cup and saucer made to commemorate the birth of Prince William, son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1982. The bone china cup and saucer was made by Coronet Pottery, Staffordshire England. The cup is 1.25 inches high, the saucer is 2.75 in diameter and the set is in excellent mint condition. The design is a color photo of the family, the Prince Of Wales crest on the back and a dedication with William's names and birthdate. A wonderful piece of British Royal memorabilia and so collectible!
  • Price: $28.00
    Birth Of Prince William Mug Charles And Diana Souvenir
    This is a ceramic mug made by Kiln Craft, England to commemorate the birth of the first son, Prince William, of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of England in 1982. The mug has blue silhouettes of the Prince and Princess and a dedication. The mug measures 3.75 inches high by 3 in diameter and is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks but does have a manufacturers flaw of a dent in the clay under the glaze by the handle. A neat piece of history.
  • Price: $32.00
    Mug Birth Of Prince William 1982 Charles And Diana
    This is a ceramic mug made by Kiln Craft, England to commemorate the birth of the first son, Prince William, of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of England in 1982. The mug has blue silhouettes of the Prince and Princess and a dedication. The mug measures 3.75 inches high by 3 in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition. A neat piece of history.
  • Price: $32.00
    Mug Royal Wedding Charles And Diana England Lady Di
    This ceramic mug was manufactured in England to commemorate the Royal marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of England in 1981. It was made by Kiln Craft, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England and measures 3.75 inches high by 3.25 in diameter. The black and white portraits are very good, especially the laughing young Diana and were a popular choice for souvenirs of the royal wedding with the Welsh dragons and plumes of the Prince of Wales. The mug is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations.
  • Price: $108.00
    Royal Wedding Charles And Diana Royal Worcester Goblet
    This is a bone china goblet made by Royal Worcester, England in 1981 to commemorate the royal wedding of HRH Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. The goblet measures 5 inches high by 3.5 inches in diameter and features a heavily encrusted hand applied gold decoration over the crest of the Prince Of Wales on one side and on the back a gold depiction of St. Paul's Cathedral in London, England where the marriage took place. The inside bears the gold inscription A Toast To Long Life And Happiness. The goblet is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks or wear and is a wonderful souvenir of an historic day.
  • Price: $32.00
    Susie Cooper Dish Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Jubilee
    This is a bone china dish or small plate Susie Cooper design to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1978 produced by Wedgwood, England. The dish measures 4.5 inches in diameter and features a Susie Cooper floral design on a gold metallic luster background that did not photograph successfully. The dish bears the dedication of the silver jubilee as a border. The dish or plate is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks and almost no wear to the gold. A very unusual souvenir piece produced for an historic event.
  • Price: $48.99
    Windsor China, Royalty Cup&saucer
    HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE VINTAGE TEA CUP AND SAUCER, MADE BY WINDSOR BONE CHINA, ENGLAND.IT IS LOVELY SET, WITH BEAUTIFUL PICTURE OF A THEN IN 1953 YOUNG QUEEN,PLEASE NOTE THE SHAPE OF A HANDLE, QUITE UNIQUE,as per images - Excellent condition, free from chips or cracks, US Buyer to pay 7.00 for shipping plus insurance.THANKS
  • Price: $79.00
    Gray Dunn Scotland Royal Coronation Tin
    BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE ROYAL CORONATION TIN, DEPICTING QUEEN ELIZABETH II AND DUKE OF EDINBURGH, BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS, COLORS AND DECORATIONS, Condition:excellent, used, nice and clean, nodents,rust or holes,there is one small scratch on the side of Duke of Edinburgh picture and a small smudge also on the side of Queen Elizabet's picture, did not try to clean it, it stands 4 3/4 inch high x about 5 inch wide and4 1/4 inch deep, ,US Buyer to pay 12.00 for shipping plus insurance.THANKS.
  • Price: $49.50
    1911 Coronation Of King George V Cup & Saucer.
    A bone china cup and saucer with color portraits. In very good condition with usual wear to the gilding.
  • Price: $32.00
    Prince Charles Princess Diana Paper Dolls Book Mint
    This is a mint condition softcover book of paper dolls of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. The 16 page book was published by Dover Publishing, USA in 1985 and goes from the engagement, Royal Wedding in 1981, the birth of Prince William and ends with the birth of Prince Harry in 1984. The book measures 12.5 inches high by 9.25 wide when closed and has a caption under each outfit explaining when it was worn. The book is in excellent, mint condition. A wonderful item of British Royal Memorabilia.
  • Price: $68.00
    Royal Wedding Charles Diana Comport Aynsley Genealogy
    This is a fabulous comport or compote made by Aynsley China, England in 1981 to commemorate the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer affectionately known as Lady Di and then Princess Di. The bone china comport or compote measures 2 inches high by 5.75 in diameter and features Charles coat of arms as Prince of Wales and a genealogy of both the prince and princess. A wonderful piece of history in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear and would add class on the table holding your After 8 dinner mints!
  • Price: $78.00
    Plate Royal Wedding Charles And Diana Coalport St Pauls
    This is a wonderful commemorative plate made by Coalport, England for the Royal Wedding in 1981 of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer of England in 1981. The 10.75 inches in diameter plate features an artist design of the couple at the altar in St. Paul's Cathedral, London England with a fancy gothic border of United Kingdom symbols and color photographs of the Prince and Princess at the top with gold trim. The plate was commissioned by the Heritage Collection which is like the National Trust. The bone china plate is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. A wonderful piece of royal memorabilia by a premier English china maker.
  • Price: $98.00
    Dish Pair Jasper Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Wedding Mib
    This is a set of 2 Wedgwood, England blue jasperware dishes or plates made to commemorate the Royal Silver Wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of England in 1972 in their original boxes. The plates or dishes measure 4.5 inches in diameter and has a profile of the Queen or the prince with a laurel leaf border in applied white jasperware. The plates or dishes are dated with the years 1947-1972 and are in their original boxes with stickers and literature inside and are a fabulous momento of a royal milestone.
  • Price: $28.00
    Charles And Diana Royal Wedding Daily Express Paper
    This is a Royal Wedding edition of the Daily Express newspaper from London, England with the topic on almost every page the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. The issue is dated June 29, 1981 and includes interviews, the procession route and list of participants, articles about how they met, the wedding gifts and more on 38 pages. The paper is in very good +++ condition but has a fold line and is yellowing at the edges. A wonderful piece of royal memorabilia and an historic occasion.
  • Price: $48.00
    Bowl King Edward Viii Coronation Abdicated England
    This is an exceptional souvenir bowl by the Empire china company of England made to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VIII of England on May 12, 1937. The coronation never happened because Edward abdicated the throne in order to marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson. The bowl has a squared shape, measures 1.5 inches high by 3.25 in diameter and has a sepia portait of the king who was never crowned surrounded by color decorations, flags, the Tudor rose, thistles and shamrocks. The bowl is in excellent, mint condition with no cracks, chips, crazing or wear. The best condition I have had in years! A beautiful and historic piece that beside being collectible can be used as a pencil holder or vase.
  • Price: $128.00
    Royal Winton George Vi Visit Us Canada Cup And Saucer
    This is a wonderful yellow art deco shape porcelain cup and saucer by Royal Winton Grimwades, England in 1939 to commemorate the visit to the USA and Canada of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England who were the parents of the current Queen Elizabeth II. The deco cup measures 3 inches high and has sepia portraits with color surrounding design, dedication on the back and gold trim and does the saucer which measures 5.5 in diameter. The souvenir cup and saucer is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, or wear, no gold trim loss and minor crazing. A neat souvenir by a very collectible manufacturer for an historic event.
  • Price: $129.99
    Paragon Cup Andsaucer -royalty E And P
    Beautifulul vintage tea set, Made in England, bone china, by Paragon, in 1951 to Commemorate Royal Visit, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip TO Canada - Excellent condition, no chips or cracks.
  • Price: $68.00
    Adams Plate Prince Charles And Diana Royal Wedding
    This lovely molded ironstone plate commemorates the royal wedding in 1981 of HRH Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer of England. The plate was made by the famous Adams Staffordshire, England in 1981. It has lovely blue portraits surrounded by a Prince Of Wales plumes border on an ornately molded plate that measures 10.5 inches in diameter and is very elegant. The plate is in excellent, mint condition with no chips or cracks.
  • Price: $29.50
    Wedding Of Prince Charles And Lady Diana By Denby.
    A Denby pottery loving cup with deep blue glazed interior. A lion, unicorn and St Paul's Cathedral on the front with national flowers. Excellent condition.
  • Price: $29.50
    85th Birthday Loving Cup For The Queen Mother.
    A loving cup with color portrait for The Queen Mother's 85th birthdoy. The base is marked 'St. George fine bone china. In excellent condition.
  • Price: $38.00
    Mug Coronation Queen Elizabeth Ii Johnson Brothers
    This is a wonderful vintage ironstone mug made by Johnson Brothers, England to commemorate the coronation in 1953 of Queen Elizabeth II, England. The mug is 3.75 inches high and features a wonderful full color design. The mug is marked for both Johnson Brothers and the British Pottery Maunufacturers Federation and is in excellent condition with some normal crazing. A wonderful royal souvenir.
  • Price: $49.95
    Diana & Charles Le #1693 Fleetwood Plate
    This Limited Edition Plate comes in its original box and Certificate Authenticity Booklet - #1693 of 5000. The plate is designed by artist, Jeffery Matthews. It is 8 1/2 in diameter. The front is gilt decoration on cobalt blue. Center of plate has C&D entertwined and Prince of Wales feathers at top in gold. Backside of plate has gold commemoration and reads: The Royal Wedding Plate designed for the Fleetwood Collection by Jeffery Matthews. In Commemoration of the Marriage of Charles, Princess of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer - 29 July 1981, all printed in gold. LE# is printed in gold at the base of the plate.
  • Price: $49.95
    Rare-princess Diana Le Plate Comm. By Peter Jones
    SPECIAL PRICING ON THIS COLLECTOR LIMITED EDITION 2500 PLATE! (originally $95.00) A delightful and rare find for the Princess Diana, or Royalty Collector. This plate is Commissioned by Peter Jones China of Wakefiled - Memorial Plate. This is a Limited Edition piece of 2500 made. The backside markings; -Goss Bone China -Exclusively Commissioned by Peter Jones of China of Wakefield -A Limited Edition of 2500 -Diana, Princess of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, Countess of Chester, 1996. Front of plate has gilt scalloped edge with pastel color floral decoration surrounding the plate. In the center is a picture of Diana. This plate is listed in the buyers guide for $135-150.
  • Price: $135.00
    Diana & Charles Royal Worcester Plate Le#149
    This is one of the better limited edition plates commemorating the wedding of Charles and Diana with an inviting LE#149 out of 3000 pcs. made. It is white with gilt floral desing and gilt banding around the diameter of the plate. An illustration of Prince Charles and Lady Diana appear in the center of the plate, and Coat of Arms surrounding the diameter with the Prince of Wales Feathers at the plate top. Limited Edition information is properly marked on the plate back, and comes in its original satin lined box. This plate is listed in the Buyers Price Guide 1999 for $225-240. A must for the Royalty Collector.
  • Price: $24.95
    Diana & Charles Aynsley Marriage Plate
    This AYNSLEY Fina Bone China Wedding Plate in deep cobalt blue with gold leaf is a gorgeous collectible piece. The background traditional theme details the family lineage of both Charles and Diana. It is 10 1/2 in diameter, with proper markings on the back of the plate. Note: this plates was listed in the 1999 Royalty Commemorative price guide at $89-95.
  • Price: $4.95
    Princess Grace & Prince Ranier Mini-dish Set Of 2
    On Sale Today! A great find for Royalty Collecting. This set of 2 mini-dishes trimmed in gold are 3 1/2 in diameter each. One dish has an official portrait of Princess Grace and Prince Ranier, and the other a drawing of Monte Carlo Le Casino. If for personal use, they make great ashtrays, coin dish, or use as a soap dish in the guest bathroom. Maker: Veritable Porcelaine France is stamped in gold on the back of each dish.
  • Price: $11.95
    Charles And Diana Cadbury Tray Tin
    Sale Price Special (Reg. $20.00) Commemorating the Engagement of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer - printed on the tin cover, with engagement portraits. Cadbury's Milk Tray, an Assortment of Milk Chocolates is printed on the bottom of the tin. No apparent dents or heavy scrates, and the colors are vivid.
  • Price: $3.95
    Commemorative Charles & Diana Spoon Set
    Reduced Special (reg. $7.95) Silver plated spoon set commemorating the engagement of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. Their portraits are etched at top of spoon handle with names; Prince Charles and Lady Diana. The spoons come in their original box and are etched on the back handle - Commemorative Ottawa Canada.
  • Price: $4.95
    Princess Grace & Prince Ranier Mini-dish
    REDUCED PRICING! (was $25.00) This is a nice mini-dish for your collection. It is 4 1/2 in diameter with a portrait of Prince Ranier and Princess Grace on the front. Gold leaf trim flows around the rim of the dish. Back of the dish is stamped in gold with the maker: Porcelainer D'Art Monte Carlo.
  • Price: $7.95
    Andrew & Sarah Commemmorative Round Dish With Lid
    A lovely round dish 3 x 1-1/4 with an engagement portrait of Andrew and Sarah on the lid top commemorating their Marriage 1986. A gold rim neatly trims the dish base. Bottom of dish has the Maker mark: Connoisseur Fine Bone China England. This is a nice piece to add to your Royalty Collection.
  • Price: $4.95
    Charles & Diana Cobalt Blue, Gold Trim Dish - Rare
    BUY TODAY! originally 38.50 This is a delicious rare piece for the discerning Royalty collector. A rectangle clear dish with a fused cobalt blue panel and gold leaf portraits and inscription applied before the cobalt panel. Inscription on front reads The Royal Wedding July 29th, 1981 - H.R.H. Prince Charles in gold.
  • Price: $15.95
    Diana, Charles & Family Two Mini-plates
    A duo set of mini-plates for your Royalty Collection. One plate is 3 with a picture of Diana gracing the front, and In Tribute To The Tragically Short Life of DIANA Princess of Wales 1961-1997 on the back. The other plate is 2-1/2 with a portrait of the Royal Family on the plate front and The Royal Family H.R.H. The Prince printed on the plate back. Maker mark: English Fine Bone China is stamped in blue on the back rim.
  • Price: $54.99
    Coronation Of H.m. Queen Elizabeth Ii - Bowl
    LOVELY HISTORICAL VALUE BOWL, ISSUED IN 1953 TO COMMEMORATE THE CROWNING OF H.M. QUEEN ELIZABETH II, BEAUTIFUL PORTRAIT OF THEN YOUNG QUEEN, LOVELY! MADE BY ALFRED MEAKIN,.Measuring about over 5 in diam., and 3/4 high,IN NEAR MINT CONDITION,(PLEASE NOTE: Near mint is defined as no chips or cracks but MAY have other minor flaws from normal wear, since most of our inventory is of discontinued patterns and were probably used).US Buyer to pay 7.00 for shipping plus insurance.THANKS.
  • Price: $65.00
    1902 Lithophane Preston Guild.king Edward Vii Coronation Cup.
    Preston is a town in Lancashire, north west of England. The Preston Guild of Merchants was started 1179. A civic celebration has been held every 20 years since 1328 (except during World War II). A lithophane cup for the 1902 Preston Guild and the Coronation. When the base is held to the light a portrait of King Edward VII is visible. In excellent condition.
  • Price: $78.00
    Wedding Plate Charles Diana Wedgwood Jasper Mint In Box
    This is a blue jasper or jasperware plate made in 1981 by Wedgwood, England to commemorate the royal wedding of Prince Charles of England and Lady Diana Spencer. The plate measures 6.5 inches in diameter and besides the usual impressed Wedgwood marks has a dedication on the back. The plate is in excellent, mint condition, in it's original Wedgwood box and is a very collectible piece of royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $44.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Gold Jubilee Medallion Mint Medal
    This is a lovely commemorative golden medallion or medal made in England in 2002 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of England. It is very finely molded and measures 1.5 inches in diameter. The medallion is 22 kt gold plated and is encased in a faux leather holder inside a plastic case for protection. It has a mirror like finish and is mint, uncirculated. The case has the embossed inscription in gold lettering Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee 2002 Solid Proof Limited Edition Gold Plated. Just beautiful and a wonderful piece of royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $38.00
    Book Charles And Diana Prince And Princess Of Wales
    This is a fabulous hardback coffee table photo essay book called Charles And Diana The Prince of Princess Of Wales written by Trevor Hall and published in 1982 by Crescent Books, New York. This is the 1st English edition and measures 9 inches high by 10.25 inches wide by .75 inch thick, has 144 pages and the original dust jacket. The book is basically all photos of Charles and Diana with minor commentary to identify the photos. The book is in very good condition with a gift message inside the cover, one small corner tear to the dust jacket and the first few pages are coming loose from the binding. The photos are absolutely fabulous and include some of the ones we've all seen but also some I had never seen that are absolutely stunning. A wonderful photo record of the People's Princess.
  • Price: $195.00
    Germany - C.1871 Kaiser Wilhelm I Tobacco Box.
    A splendid German tobacco jar about 10 tall with the crowned Kaiser seated on his throne holding a scepter and orb. This rare and impressive piece is in good condition but not perfect. The one corner of the document under his left hand is missing, a couple of chips inside the crown and on the blue tunic, the tip of the throne has been repaired and some loss of color with age. A nice box with great character. See all pictures.
  • Price: $88.00
    Royal Winton Grimwades Vase George Vi Visit Us Canada
    This is a British royal memorabilia porcelain vase made by Royal Winton Grimwades, England in 1939 to commemorate the visit to the USA and Canada of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England who were the parents of the current Queen Elizabeth II. The porcelain vase measures 4.75 inches high and has sepia portraits with color surrounding design, dedication on the back and gold trim. The souvenit vase is in very good +++ condition with no chips or cracks, 1 small scratch through the transfer but no the underlying yellow of the vase between the portraits, minor crazing and no gold trim loss. A neat souvenir by a very collectible manufacturer for an historic event.
  • Price: $18.00
    Tea Tin Prince Of Wales Investiture Charles Caernarvon
    This is a tea tin made in 1969 to commemorate the investiture of Prince Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth II as Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle, Wales. The tin measures 3.75 inches high by 4.5 long by 3.75 wide and is very good condition with minor wear. A neat piece of English royal memorabilia.
  • Price: $98.00
    Shelley King George V And Mary Coronation Mug England
    This is a wonderful antique porcelain mug manufactured by Shelley China Late Foley, England in 1911 for the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary, grandparents of the present Queen Elizabeth II of England. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3 in diameter and has wonderful graphics. The back is the great lion, shield and coronation dates and a crown, wreath horn and banner inside. There are no cracks or restorations,a very little gold wear and I would call it very good ++ condition. There is a narrow scratch by Queen Mary's head which does not affect her face. A wonderfully collectible may to drink your cocoa!
  • Price: $68.00
    Wedgwood Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Jubilee Large Mug
    This is a lovely large tea or coffee mug made by Wedgwood, England to commemorate the Silver Jubilee in 1977 of 25 years reign of Queen Elizabeth II of England. The mug is 4.5 inches high by 3.5 inches in diameter and is made of creamware. The mug has profiles in blue of the Queen and Prince Philip and colorful flags, bunting and Britannia. The mug is in excellent, mint condition and is a wonderful royal memorabilia souvenir as well as a definitely big cuppa!
  • Price: $20.00
    Mug Royal Wedding Charles And Diana England Canada
    This ironstone ceramic mug was manufactured in Canada to commemorate the Royal marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of England in 1981. It was made by Custom Ceramics, Canada and is 3.5 inches tall. The sepia photo portraits are very good and are surrounded by a pastel design with the commemoration on the back. The mug is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations.
  • Price: $38.00
    Plate Royal Wedding Charles And Diana Royal Albert
    This is a beautiful bone china large plate made in 1981 by Royal Albert China, England to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Prince Chrales and Lady Diana Spencer of England. The plate measures 8 inches in diameter and has a great design of sepia portraits surrounded by rings with the Welsh dragon for the Prince Of Wales and gold trim. The royal memorabilia plate is in excellent, mint condition. Lovely! From an estate collection of royal memorabilia we acquired recently.
  • Price: $68.00
    Plate Royal Wedding Prince Charles And Lady Diana Flora
    This is a beautiful bone china large plate made in 1981 by Kindrick Pottery, England to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Prince Chrales and Lady Diana Spencer of England. The plate measures 9.5 inches in diameter and has a great design of sepia portraits surrounded by flowers with gold trim. The royal memorabilia plate is in excellent, mint condition. Lovely! From an estate collection of royal memorabilia we acquired recently.
  • Price: $28.00
    Mug Coronation Queen Elizabeth Ii England Ironstone
    This is a wonderful vintage ironstone mug made to commemorate the coronation in 1953 of Queen Elizabeth II, England. The mug is 3.75 inches high and features a wonderful full color design. The mug is in excellent condition. A wonderful royal souvenir.
  • Price: $118.00
    Shelley England King George V Mary Coronation Mug 1911
    This is an antique royal commemorative mug made by Shelley China Late Foley, England in 1911 for the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary, grandparents of the present Queen Elizabeth II of England. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3 in diameter and the full color transfer printed design is in excellent condition. The back has a dedication From The Mayor and Mayoress of Morcambe. There are no chips, cracks or restorations and only gold wear to the rim.
  • Price: $48.00
    Charles And Diana Plate Visit To Canada Wedwood Jasper
    This is a Wedgwood, England blue jasper or jasperware plate made in 1983 to commemorate the Royal Visit of Prince Charles and Princess Diana to Canada. The plate measures 4.5 inches in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition. A wonderful royalty souvenir.
  • Price: $45.00
    1911 Queen Mary Baby Plate By Ridgways - Coronation.
    An interesting Ridgways baby plate in good condition with light wear and crazing on the front and some age crazing on the back.
  • Price: $35.00
    1959 Queen Elizabeth Opening - St Lawrence Seaway, Canada By Paragon
    A PARAGON bone china cup and saucer. The saucer is inscribed for the opening and the St. Lawrence Seaway. The cup is marked 'E & P Canada 1959. In really excellent condition.
  • Price: $27.50
    1911 Candlestick For The Coronation Of King George V.
    A 3 1/8 tall candlestick with a named color portrait of King George V. In good condition with some wear to the gilding.
  • Price: $25.00
    Cast Iron Queen Elizabeth Ii Trivet
    This cast iron trivet was made to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee 1952/1977 in Belper England. In very good condition it measures 8 inches long and 5 inches wide. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $60.00
    King Edward Viii Coronation Mug
    This vintage mug was created for the coronation of King Edward VIII of England. A coronation that never happened because he abdicated the throne to marry divorcee American Wallis Simpson. The date of May 12,1937 is on the Banner under his picture and it has no makers mark on the bottom but does have a crown mark and the initials E VIII R on the reverse of the cup. In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it does have fine age crazing throughout and it measures 3 1/3 inches tall with a 3 inch base. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $40.00
    King George V And Queen Mary Mug
    This vintage mug celebrating The Silver Jubilee (1910-1935) of King George V and Queen Mary was made in England. In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it does have age crazing through out and measures 3 inches tall, 4 inches across lip to handle with 3 inches across the top. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $45.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Cup And Saucer
    This vintage Queen Elizabeth II cup and saucer is marked: England (Impressed Stamp on Cup), Canada, To Commemorate the Opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway by H.M. Queen Elizabeth II Canada 1959. The plate is marked: India, S.Africa, Canada, N.Zealand, Australia-Empire England. Elizabeth was born on 21 April 1926 in London, the first child of Albert, Duke of York, and his wife, formerly Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. She initially had little prospect of succeeding to the throne until her uncle, Edward VIII, abdicated in December 1936. Her father then became George VI and she became heir. Elizabeth and her younger sister Margaret were educated at home. On the outbreak of war in 1939, they were evacuated to Windsor Castle. In 1945, Elizabeth joined the war effort, training as a driver in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service (WATS). In November 1947, she married a distant cousin, Philip Mountbatten (formerly Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark), who was created duke of Edinburgh. The couple have four children. George VI died on 6 February 1952 while Elizabeth and Philip were in Kenya. She returned home immediately, and was crowned at Westminster Abbey in June 1953. For more than 50 years, during a period of great change in Britain, the queen has carried out her political duties as head of state, the ceremonial responsibilities of the sovereign and a large annual programme of visits in the United Kingdom as well as numerous foreign tours. Despite the controversies and scandals surrounding her children and other members of the royal family, she remains a respected head of state. In 2002, Elizabeth celebrated her golden jubilee (50 years on the throne) and in 2006 her 80th birthday. The cup is in very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites while the plate has fine age crazing throughout. The plate measures 5 1/2 inches across while the cup measures 2 3/4 inches deep, 4 1/4 inches rim to handle and 3 3/8 inches across the lip of the cup. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $40.00
    Queen Elizabeth Ii Silver Jubilee Coffee Mug
    This coffee mug was made by Highland Arts to Commemorate the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (1952-1977), embossed in the cup: Made in England. Elizabeth was born on 21 April 1926 in London, the first child of Albert, Duke of York, and his wife, formerly Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. She initially had little prospect of succeeding to the throne until her uncle, Edward VIII, abdicated in December 1936. Her father then became George VI and she became heir. Elizabeth and her younger sister Margaret were educated at home. On the outbreak of war in 1939, they were evacuated to Windsor Castle. In 1945, Elizabeth joined the war effort, training as a driver in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service (WATS). In November 1947, she married a distant cousin, Philip Mountbatten (formerly Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark), who was created duke of Edinburgh. The couple have four children. George VI died on 6 February 1952 while Elizabeth and Philip were in Kenya. She returned home immediately, and was crowned at Westminster Abbey in June 1953. For more than 50 years, during a period of great change in Britain, the queen has carried out her political duties as head of state, the ceremonial responsibilities of the sovereign and a large annual programme of visits in the United Kingdom as well as numerous foreign tours. Despite the controversies and scandals surrounding her children and other members of the royal family, she remains a respected head of state. In 2002, Elizabeth celebrated her golden jubilee (50 years on the throne) and in 2006 her 80th birthday. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 3 5/8 inches tall, 4 1/4 inches rim to handle, 3 1/8 across the rim with a 2 1/2 inch base. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $60.00
    Queen Mary And King George V Canada Plate
    This very collectible Windsor Gardens plate with Queen Mary and King George V is marked: May Their Reign Be Glorious. Very colorful and decorated with the blue rim and gold lettering. In very good condition without chips, cracks or fleabites some gold lettering is missing in the word Garden on the front of the plate which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 6 1/4 inches across. An addition to any Royalty Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $20.00
    Cobalt Blue Buckingham Palace Ring Box
    This lovely oval cobalt blue ring box featuring Buckingham Palace in gold lettering and trim was made by Holkham Pottery and marked on the bottom: Holkham / England under an ostrich. The cover has a picture of the Palace with the words Buckingham Palace written inside a decorative circle in script on the front of the bottom half. Holkham Studio Pottery was set up at Holkham Hall, Holkham, Norfolk in 1951. The company, which produced earthenwares, became Holkham Pottery Ltd in 1961. Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837. It evolved from a town house that was owned from the beginning of the eighteenth century by the Dukes of Buckingham. Today it is The Queen's official residence. Although in use for the many official events and receptions held by The Queen, areas of Buckingham Palace are opened to visitors on a regular basis. In very good condition, without chips, cracks or fleabites it measures 1 3/4 inches tall, 4 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide. It can be used as a jewelry holder or on a desk as a catchall! An addition to any Souvenir of Buckingham Palace, Holkham Pottery or to any Royalty Memorabilia Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $20.00
    Royal Albert Coronation Queen Elizabeth Ii Plate
    This lovely plate celebrating the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 2,1953, was made by Thomas C. Wild (& Sons Ltd), and marked: Royal Albert (under a crown) / Bone China / England. Royal Albert was the trading name of the firm founded by Thomas Clark Wild, founded about 1894 and manufactured in T.C. Wild & Sons Limited, Crown China Works, High Street, (later St Marys Works) Longton, Staffordshire, England. Pieces marked Royal Albert Crown China were manufactured from 1905 until about 1935. The crown logo has changed in style along with the printed mark but is still part of the stamp today. The firm has always been known for its fine quality bone china. In very good + condition it measures 4 1/2 inches in diameter. An addition to any Royal Memorabilia Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.
  • Price: $12.50
    A Dish For The 80th Birthday Of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.
    1980 - A bone china Royal Albert dish with the thistle of Scotland and the rose of England on each side of a profile of the Queen Mother. In excellent condition.
  • Price: $65.00
    1897 Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Cake Plate. (V342)
    A large cake plate in good condition with light crazing and minor discoloring.
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