A color portrait surrounded by a banner reading 'Victoria, Queen of England, Empress of India - completed the longest reign in English history - 1837 - 1897'. In good condition with a small about 1/8 chip on the base.
1973 Wedding Of Princess Anne To Capt. Mark Phillips.
A bone china box the lid showing profiles of Princess Anne and Capt. Phillips. Inside the date and time of the wedding and outside the names and location - Westminster Abbey. The base with makers marks 'Crown Staffordshire' and 'Limited edition'. In very good condition.
Tea Mug Queen Elizabeth Ii Coronation Empire Fancy Mint
This is a wonderful porcelain mug made by Empire, England in 1953 for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The mug is 3.25 inches high and features a sepia portrait and wonderful full color graphics and dedication with gold trim. The mug is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks or wear. A fabulous piece of royal memorabilia.
King George Vi Queen Elizabeth Coronation Teaspoon
This is a neat silver plate royal commemorative teaspoon with an elegant art deco design and the profiles of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England who are the parents of the current Queen Elizabeth II. The tea spoon, coffee spoon or demitasse spoon was made for their coronation in 1937 as king and queen of England. The spoon measures 4.5 inches long. The teaspoon must not have been used as the plate is perfect. The spoon is marked A The Alex Clark Co Ltd. A great piece of royal memorabilia.
Mug Wedgwood Basalt Investiture Prince Charles Of Wales
This is a wonderful black basalt mug or tankard with gold lettering made by Wedgwood, England to commemorate the investiture as Prince Of Wales or Prince Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth II of England in July 1969. The mug measures 4.5 inches high, has a glazed interior and the Prince of Wales plumes on one side and the Welsh dragon on the reverse. The mug is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks or wear! Beautiful and a neat bit of history.
Mug Qn Elizabeth Ii Coronation England Copeland Spode
This is a ceramic mug commemorating the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of England in 1953 made by Copeland, Spode, England. The mug measures 3.5 inches high and is hand colored on sepia transfer with symbols and dedication. Th e mug is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear. The line to the right of the queen in the front is not a scratch but a transfer flaw done during manufacture.
Wedgwood Jasperware Lighter Queen Elizabeth Ii Jubilee
This is a great Ronson table lighter with a Wedgwood blue jasper or jasperware casing with an applied white jasper profiles of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of England commemorating the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977. The table lighter measures 3.75 inches high by 2.25 inches in diameter. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restorations and is a wonderful item of royal memorabilia.
THE PRINCESS DIANA PAPER DOLL BOOK OF FASHION by Clarissa Harlowe and Cathy Canhy, with illustrations by Dona Granata, is the BEST OF ALL PAPER DOLL BOOKS. In excellent condition, uncut, and unused. Truly a paper doll book with vintage feel, especially in the doll design colors and tones. Diana is apx. 9 and Charles apx. 9-1/4 from head to doll stand. There are 15 pages of costume ensembles. A definite MUST for the Royalty Collector. I have seen other site listings for this item ranging from $118 to $150. Listed in the 1999 Diana, Collecting on a Princess Price Guide, by Charles Nobles.
Queen Elizabeth Coronation Paper Dolls/ Coloring Book
Special Pricing Original $45.00) QUEEN ELIZABETH COR0NATION PAPER DOLLS AND COLORING BOOK Published by The Saalfield Publishing Company. This book is in pretty good condition with the exception of the back page where it appears the owner was going to remove the cut-out dolls of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth - they have been partially punctured as if ready to remove. They are intact as dolls however. The Prince Charles and Princess Anne dolls are still connected to the page. The rest of the book is unused. A real piece of history in this book as the pages and clothing take you through the coronation experience. Measurements head to stand: Prince Philip 10-3/4 ; Queen Elizabeth 9-1/2 ; Prince Charles 5-1/2 ; Princess Anne 4-1/2 .
Sale Special $6.95 (Original $31.50) DIANA FASHION CALENDAR - YEAR 1985 with a photographic compilation of Princess Diana. It has not been used, is in like-new condition, and measures apx. 11-3/4 x 12 . Published by Crescent Books. This RARE item is listed in the 1999 Diana, Collecting on a Princess Price Guide, by Charles Nobles.
Adopt me TODAY! I am looking for a good home...and am listed at a special price...BUY NOW. Princess was the first beanie doll titled as a charity item with all profits going to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. It was first introduced in 1997 and retired in 1999. The original hang-tag is attached, and the bear is in like-new condition. This item is listed in the 1999 Diana Collecting on a Princess Price Guide, by Charles Noble.
This rare find Princess of Wales doll/figurine is sculpted by Tim Potts and hand-crafted in England by the artists of Endurance Ltd. It was produced as a tribute to the humanitarian works of Princess Diana, with a portion of proceeds going to the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. It comes with its Certificate of Authenticity that is signed by the sculptor, Tim Potts, and the Managing Director of Endurance Ltd. The doll is in excellent condition, and is based ready for showing on a collector shelf.
BORN TO BE KING a table-top book on the birth of Prince William of Wales. By Trevor Hall Good condition Jacket has slight wear and tear 127 pages Printed in 1982 Listed in the 1999 Price Guide: Diana Collecting on a Princess, by Charles Noble.
SALE SPECIAL! PRINCESS DIANA LADY OF FASHION table-top book. Introduction by Martina Shaw 63 pages Jacket has protective sleeve cover Printed 1983 Greenwich House Listed in the 1999 Price Guide: Diana Collecting on a Princess, by Charles Noble. Reg. Price $28.00
Princess Diana - Prince Charles Caverswall Wedding Mug
A very feminine CAVERSWALL wedding celebration mug in pastel pink and yellow floral motif, with brown tone pictures of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on the cup front below the royal crown. The other side of the cup has the crown entertwined with ribbons and bells with the royal initials on each side framed by the same floral design. There is gold trim around the rim and handle. The cup base has inscribed wedding commemorative in brown tones with proper maker markings. There are two gold imprint markings - possibly signed or number of mug prints. The cup is 3 diameter and 3.5 in height. No visible cracks or markings.
Princess Diana - Prince Charles Coalport Le Goblet
An elegantly and richly designed goblet in royal blue with gold design work by COALPORT to commemorate the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. This is a Limited Edition #575 of 2000. It is rougly 4.75 H and 4 in diameter, and amply trimmed in gold at the rim and base of the goblet. The base has inscribed commemorative wedding information in gold, with the proper maker backstamp in gold as well. It appears the base was cracked at some point and glued expertly. The crack is not immediately detectable due to the structure of the goblet. Otherwise in good condition. This item is listed in the 1999 British Royalty COmmemoratives, A Schiffer Book for Collectors Guide in the value range of $138-163.
LIMITED EDITION LOVING CUP 217/2000 This COALPORT MULBERRY HALL YORK fine bone china loving cup is finely crafted to perfection in commemorating the marriage of Prince William and Princess Diana. Rich beautiful colors in the background with a gilt/gold branch design framing the Prince of Wales Feathers and the Royal initials C in gold. The rim, handles, and base of the cup are gold with delicate floral motif surrounding the base. This is a LIMITED EDITION Commissioned COALPORT piece #217 of 1000. It comes housed in its original satin-lined box, with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Director of Mulberry Hall Ltd. Appropriate maker markings on are base of the cup, and there are no chips or cracks.
WEDGWOOD is always an excellent choice for Collector's, but they outdid themselves with this commemorative mug designed by Richard Guyatt. A large-sized cup decorated in shades of blue with silver trim, and is #2282 of a Limited Edition of 3000. It is 4.5 H and 4.25 in diameter. This item is listed in the 1999 British Royalty Commemoratives, A Schiffer Book for Collectors Value Guide.
Horse Brass England Charles And Diana Royal Wedding
This is a souvenir horse brass or pub brass on a faux leather strap commemorating the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer of England in 1981. This horse brass and strap measures 7.5 inches high by 3.5 wide overall and the brass itself is 3.5 inches high by 3 wide and is a heavy casting in excellent, mint condition. Horse brasses were developed in the 17th century to decorate and identify draft horses and are very collectible. In England you see them decorating the beams in pubs or hung by the fireplace in homes.
Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Biscuit Tin England
This is a neat royal purple biscuit or cookie tin made by Walker's Shortbread in 2002 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II marking her 50th year on the throne of England 1952-2002. The tin measures 8.5 inches high by 9.25 inches wide by 2.5 inches Deep and it originally held shortbread but alas, is empty. You can fill it up I'm sure. The tin is in excellent mint condition. Very fun, decorative and a great royal souvenir.
Investiture Of Prince Charles As Prince Of Wales Holkham Pottery.
An unusual pottery tankard with a raised named profile of Prince Charles by Holkham Pottery (Norfolk, England). Prince of Wales feathers with Caernarvon' (Castle) July 1st 1969 on the back. In excellent condition.
Late 19th century (probably 1897) Cup & Saucer. Portrait of Queen Victoria titled 'Her Majesty the Queen'. Made in Germany for the British market. In good condition with usual age wear to the edge gilding.
Mug King George V Queen Mary England Silver Jubilee
This is a wonderful porcelain mug manufactured by Duchess, 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 with inscription and a dedication on the back with gold trim. The graphics are excellent. The mug measures 3 inches high by 3 in diameter and is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks, restorations or wear. A neat bit of history and royal memorabilia.
Princess Diana Charles Royal Wedding Tile And Coasters
This is a neat royalty commemorative set of a ceramic trivet, teapot stand or tea tile and 4 matching ceramic coasters that were manufactured to celebrate the royal marriage in 1981 of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of England in it's original box. This is an exceptionally good picture of them and very prettily done in black and white with color surround and the Welsh dragon. The tile is 6 inches in diameter and each coaster is 3 in diameter. The tea table tile and coasters set was made by Maw and Co. Stoke-on-Trent, England. I brought it back from England recently. It is a cork backed ceramic set and in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks or wear but the box has seen better days.
A good hand finished bone china plate with coat of arms, flags and banners over a pale yellow background. Banner reads To commemorate the glorious 60 years reign of England's beloved Queen Victoria and India's Empress . In very good condition.
1893 Duke Of York (King George V) Wedding By Doulton.
Royal Marriage HRH Princess May (Queen Mary) HRH Duke of York (King George V) July 1893 . A good Doulton plate for this hard to find event made for the retailer William Whiteley. The unusual off center printing is normal on all of these plates. Very good condition.
1909 The 6th Marquis Of Stafford Son Of The Duke Of Sunderland.
21st BIRTHDAY George Granville Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 5th Duke of Sutherland, PC, KT (29 August 1888 - 1 February 1963), styled Earl Gower until 1892 and Marquess of Stafford between 1892 and 1913, he was a British Conservative politician. Made by S Fielding & Co(Ltd). Stoke on Trent. 2 small hairlines but overall in good condition.
A fine blue glazed jug each side with a raised named portrait of the young Queen Victoria after an original painting by Sir George Hayter. Flowers of the union on the end. For a similar jug see 'Victoria Remembered' by John May page 24. In very good condition with some light wear and small rim chips in the glaze under the base. See all photographs.
1911 King George V Coronation Plate With Inset Of Young Prince Edward.
A 6 3/4 1911 contintental porcelain plate with a color portrait and inset portrait of Prince Edward (LATER KING EDWARD VIII abdicated 1936). A banner reading 'One flag - One empire - One king - One fleet'. In very good condition.
Medal Marriage Princess Mary England Daughter George V
This is a nice medal made to commemorate the marriage of Her Royal Highness the Princess Mary who was the daughter of King George V and Queen Mary of England on the occasion of her marriage in 1922. The medal has her birth date in 1897 and her married name which was the Countess Lascelles. The princess was famous and much loved for her World War I gifts of cigarettes and chocolates in brass boxes bearing her likeness to the troops. The medal measures overall 1 inch in diameter. The medal is in good condition with a few oxidation spots. It is is a great piece of history and these type of commemorative medals for members of the royal family are difficult to find.
Antique Medal Marquess Of Litchfield Duke Of Portland
This is a neat large antique medal made to commemorate the coming of age or reaching the majority age of 21 of a member of the English peerage in 1914. William Arthur Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, born 1893 became the Marquess of Litchfield then until he inherited the title Duke of Portland on the death of his father in 1943. His profile portrait is on one side of the medal and the reverse has the profile portraits of his parents the Duke and Duchess of Portland. The medal measures overall 1.5 inches in diameter. The medal is in good condition with a few dings and oxidation spots. It is a great piece of history and these type of commemorative medals for members of the royal family are difficult to find.
Medal King George Vi And Elizabeth Visit South Africa
This is a neat medal commemorating the royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the parents of Queen Elizabeth II, of England to South Africa in 1947. The medal measures 1.25 inches in diameter and has the original pin. The medal is in very good condition but has a several spots of oxidizing. A great piece of royal memorabilia or history.
This is a vintage tea plate made to commemorate the silver jubilee 1910-1935 of King George V and Queen Mary of England. The 6.75 inch in diameter porcelain plate has sepia portraits and color flags, dedications, a crown and other graphics surrounding the couple. There is a gold rim, but the gold is missing in one area by the portraits. The plate is marked Made In England, G and some incised numbers that aren't too legible. The plate shows little wear and the design is in very good condition. There are no chips, cracks or restorations on the plate. A great royal memorabilia momento.
Paper Watermarks 1936 King George V A Large Pair Framed.
King George V & Queen Mary Silver Jubilee - A rare pair of paper watermarks framed with glass on both sides. Generally in good condition with light foxing and staining mostly to Mary. Good portraits when held to the light. See all photos.
1930 Birth Of Princess Margaret - 6 3/4" Paragon Plate.
1930 BIRTH OF PRINCESS MARGARET DELUXE SERIES BONE CHINA PLATE BY PARAGON WITH GILDED RIM, BUDGERIGARS (PARAKEETS) AND FLORAL SPRAYS. THE REAR INSCRIBED FOR THE BIRTH.6 3/4 x 5 3/4 . EXCELLENT CONDITION.
THE ROYAL FAMILY - # 23 of 24 series. All books have hard covers. Pages 705 to 736 in series. Welcome to Britain(Monarchy acts as hosts to visits-PopeJohn Paul II) The pride of princesses (5 pages, pictures, articles of various princesses) --Riverbank rendezvous (Hampton court =6 beautiful pages of pictures, etc) Memories of Mother dear (Alexandra married Edward VII at age 18 =pages & pictures of their family) In their own write(writings of English nobles) Keeping up morale( English royalty involved with the troops
The Royal Family - #21 - Orbis Publication - London
The Royal Family - # 2l of a 24 series. Orbis publication - London,England Pages 641 to 672 in series. Guess who's coming? ( 5 full pages, picturs, articles of attendance by members of the royal family) -From Viena with love -Princess Michael of Kent(from Viena with love 5 pages of pictures --Busy,busy,busy ( 6 pages of engagements attended by members of the royal family) Family fortunes (Dianas family) Royal rejoicing (public ceremonies ) The company of knights ()Order of the british empire)
The Royal Family = # 20 = Orbis Publications - London
The Royal Family - # 20 Orbis publications - London England # 20 of a 24 series. pages 609 to 640 in the series. Prince Philip on cover - Prince Edward on back cover . Ties of Affection( QE trying to lensure the unity of the Commonwealth) - Alice in Wonderland ( Princess Alice 5 pages of story & pictures & her funeral.) Looks familiar (5pages of familiar persons in monarchy) - The ravages of war - (6 pages of pictures & stories of monarchs throughout Europe during WWII -A small price to pay?(cost of monarchy) Magic moments in kingdom
The Royal Family - # 19 - Orbis Publication - London
THE ROYAL FAMILY - # 19 of 24 issued in series;. Orbis pub. London,England Pages 577 to 608 in series Prince Andrew on cover & Princess Alexandra on back cover. Britannia rules the waves! (6 pages of Britannia) Fall of the House of Coburg -(6 pages of pictures & articles) The generation game(5 pages and articles (The blossoming of May-- Queen Mary(5 full pages & pictures = Palace of Holyroodhouse -the queens official residence in Scotland - Charles becomes of Age
The Royal Family - # 17 - Orbis Publication, London,en
THE ROYAL FAMILY # 17 of a 24 booklet series - Orbis publications- London England - Pages 513 to 544 in series. Prince Charles on cover and Queen Mother on back cover - Down on the farm (6 pages of pictures & articles on farm) A jolly good fellow (George V) 5 full pages & pictures of his life & death) From terror to tourism (Tower of London) To advise, to encourage & to warn ( Prime ministers to queen Mr. & Mrs. Richard Nixon, Margaret Thatcher ==Palace shock horror? (4 pages of stories, articles in English papers)
The Royal Family = No. 14 Orbis Publication - London
THE ROYAL FAMILY -No. 14 in series of 24 - Orbis pub. - london, England - Pages 417 to 448.Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester on back cover - Progress of a Princess: 5 fullpages of pictures of Pr. Diana doing royal duties. Story of a Survivor - Princess Margaret =6 pages of pictures & articles ==Growing up gracefullly (pictures of various English royalty growing up -The cradle and the crown = pictures & stories of kings & their families --Where the sun never set : Victoria and India - Lasting impressions: 6 full pages of pictures of English royalty over the years)
THE ROYAL FAMILY - # 13 of 24 in series. An Orbis publication- London england - 385 page to 416 in the series. Princess Diana on cover - Prince Philip on back cover - The Student Prince ()Prince Edward - An everyday story (Pictures of daily lives of royal family) The jewels of the crown ( Queens collection of jeweliery is one of most expensive in world pictured with female members of royal family including Pr. Di.- Royal ladies at their leisures ( Various queens and royalty at leisure) King of hearts - King Edward VII(article & pictures) At home in the Highlands
THE ROYAL FAMILY # 12 in a series of 24 -Orbis Publication - London - Pages 353 to 384 in series. Prince Edward on cover and Princess Alexandra on rear cover - Andrew ahoy (Princess Andrew pictures with Mrs. Reagan , and many, many others. Canada bids you welcome: Princess Diana & Charles visit Canada - meet with Pierre Trudeau and countless beautiful pictures of the events. Princess in the making:(the childhood of Diana - Tricks of the trade & Pursuits of Princes.Queren Victoria
The Royal Family - # 10 - Orbis Publication - London
THE ROYAL FAMILY # 10 of 24 issues - Orbis publication - London - Pages 289 to 320 - I wish you would go away?(photographers hound royal family) - Inside the Aunt heap (Kensington palace) This was adoration Di & Charles)+\many, many pictures of Diana - The heart and its reason (King Edward and Wallis Simpson ) In a green shade - Sandringham) -(Queens private estate Comics of royalty
THE ROYAL FAMILY # 7 of series of 24 Orbis Publication - London -Pages 193 to 224 of series - Prince Charles on cover & Prince William on back cover I'm not a film star(Queen Elizabeth in picturs & article) - Room with a View(The queen's gallery) - Charles:the royal round --Princess Margaret romances, but rejected --The men in their life (royal family memb ers - Royalty with stars, such as Bob Hope, Rudolf Nureyev - Charles Chaplin, James Bond, and many, many others
The Royal British Family # 1 -Orbis Publication 1984. (l of 24 issues weekly) Cover: King Charles, Princess Diana Fit to be queen Alexandra, Mary & Diana .- The Queen Mother Prince Philip - Queen Victoria
C. 1937 Beaker Of Princess Elizabeth By Wedgwood & Co.
1937 BEAKER FOR PRINCESS ELIZABETH (LATER QUEEN ELIZABETH II). MADE AT THE TIME OF THE CORONATION OF HER FATHER KING GEORGE VI. FRONT PORTRAIT OF THE PRINCESS NAMED ON THE BACK. BASE MARKED WEDGWOOD & CO. LTD. VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH SOME ALL OVER AGE CRAZING.
A very interesting and unusual late 19th century Della Robbia style plaque. Rear inscribed J. Brett. In good condition with light all over age crazing and wear with a little of the surface glaze missing at the rear around rear top hanging holes. See all photos. See all pictures.
Front shows a portrait of Queen Victoria and the rear a ship with the title 'Britannia rules the waves' (See all pictures).Good condition - a minor original firing crack to lower inside mug not visible on the outside and light all over age crazing.
A blue and white jug 1887/1897 probably the Diamond Jubilee in 1897 with profiles of Queen Victoria and Edward and Alexandra (King Edward VII). No makers marks. An attractive jug in the style of Wedgwood. In excellent condition.
Loving Cup - First Visit Of The Prince & Princess Of Wales To Wales.
An interesting bone china loving cup for the first visit in 1981 of Prince Charles and Diana to Wales as the Prince & Princess of Wales. The rear inscription written in English and Welsh. See all pictures. Made by Coronet Pottery. Excellent condition.
Marcus Adams - Photographer Royal By Rosalind Thuillier.
Marcus Adams was a royal and society photographer who produced many portraits of the royal family that appeared on royal commemoratives. Particularly the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret. An excellent hard cover book of his work from about 1910 to 1955. Very good condition. Can be shipped in the USA by media mail.
1911 Lithophane Of King George V With Prince Of Wales (Edward Viii)
A very hard to find lithophane (hold the base to the light to view a named portrait of King George V). See all pictures. The front has very good color portraits of the King, Queen Mary and an inset of the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) over a banner reading 'One flag - one empire - one king - one fleet'. Usual wear to the top rim gilding otherwise in excellent condition.
C.1821 Portrait Dish Of Queen Caroline. (King George Iv)
A GOOD 7 5/8 DISH WITH A CLEAR PORTRAIT OF QUEEN CAROLINE (1768 -1821). THE PRINCE OF WALES (LATER KING GEORGE IV) ENTERED INTO AN ARRANGED MARRIAGE WITH CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK IN 1795. THIS UNHAPPY MARRIAGE LED TO THEIR SEPARATION AFTER THE BIRTH OF THEIR DAUGHTER, CHARLOTTE, THE FOLLOWING YEAR . CAROLINE TRAVELED WIDELY IN EUROPE, WHERE HER ECCENTRIC BEHAVIOR CAUSED CONSIDERABLE SCANDAL. HER POPULAR SUPPORT THWARTED EFFORTS TO DISSOLVE THE MARRIAGE. IN 1821 SHE FAILED IN HER ATTEMPT TO BE CROWNED WITH HER HUSBAND WHEN SHE WAS LOCKED OUT OF THE CORONATION AT WESTMINSTER ABBEY. SHE DIED IN THE SAME YEAR. In very good condition. No chips cracks or restoration. See all pictures.
Royal Crown Derby - Prince Andrew & Sarah Ferguson L/e Loving Cup .
A good Royal Crown Derby limited edition (number 300 of 1000 made) loving cup for the 1986 wedding of Prince Andrew, The Duke of York and Miss Sarah Ferguson. Excellent condition with the box and certificate.
Lovely portraits of Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh - Gorgeous hinged tin box - Beautiful colors and shape of the tin - Very good condition but for some scratches from the use, no dents - Measures about 5.5 inches high and 5.5 inches wide and 4 1/4 inches deep - Buyer to pay 12.00 for shipping. THANKS.
1893 Wedding Of Prince George And Princess May (King George V)
A Cup and saucer for the 1893 wedding of The Duke of York and Princess May of Teck later to become King George V and Queen Mary. Very good condition with the usual wear to the rim gilding. Base of cup marked 'Made in Germany .