Royal Memorabilia for Auction

Royal Memorabilia for Auction

The Royal Section from our forthcoming Royalty, Antiques & Fine Art Sale is now available for viewing.

 

15/06/2022

1  H.M. Queen Victoria 1837, scarce commemorative Lambeth salt glazed stoneware gin flask decorated in relief with a standing figure of The Queen and The Royal Coat of Arms inscribed on underside 'Presented by P. P. Green, Lambeth July 20th 1837', 17cm high £100-150

2  The Diamond Jubilee of H.M. Queen Victoria 1897, good quality silver commemorative spoon decorated with scenes from The Queen's reign, (H M Birmingham 1897), 16cm in original fitted case, a silver gilt model of the Gold State Coach (H M Birmingham 1953) 7cm and Danish silver pill box with engraved crown to lid (3) £60-100

3  Fine quality Edwardian silver gilt key presented to The Right Honourable Thomas Shaw KC, MP Lord Advocate on the occasion of the opening of the Langside Public School 3rd September 1906, the whole beautifully cast, chased and engraved and set with semi-precious stones in fitted case (H.M. George Reid Glasgow 1906)18 cm £100-150

4  His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Sellassie of Abyssinia - Belgian silver dish believed part of the Imperial dinner service with crowned Imperial monogram to border, cast with shell and scroll borders - import marks for 1936, 22 cm diameter. Sold with original sales receipt dated 1938 - cost £12. Emperor Haile Sellassie lived in exile in England in the 1930s. It is known that he sold a quantity of silver before he left to return to Abyssinia. £300-500

5  T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, fine signed Royal Presentation colour portrait photograph of the happy couple signed in ink 'Charles 1983 Diana' in original green Morocco leather frame with domed top with gilt embossed Prince of Wales feather crest, easel back stamped 'Jarrolds Knightsbridge'. The frame 24 x 18 cm £1,200-1,600

6  H.R.H. Prince Charles The Prince of Wales fine Royal presentation travelling clock by Cartier with reeded plated case, quartz movement, gilt Prince of Wales feather crest and blue cabochon stone mounts, signed dial, marked on reverse 'Le must de Cartier' and serial numbers to base, 7.7cm high, in original fitted case with Cartier wallet and booklet. An identical example was sold by these rooms in The William Tallon Collection July 2008 lot 278 £1,000-1,500

7  The Duke & Duchess of Windsor, a rectangular padded cushion with quilted flowers 22 x 27 x 8cm from Sotheby's Sale September 1997, part of lot 2540 £100-200

8 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, fine signed presentation colour portrait photograph of the Royal couple wearing Orders and decorations signed in ink 'Elizabeth R 2003 Philip' in original blue Morocco leather frame with easel back stamped 'Smythson of Bond Street' 33.3 x 26cm in original blue cardboard box- Provenance: presented to a member of the Royal Household staff on her retirement. £1,000-1,500

9 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II, handwritten note dated 20th June 1999 to Michael expressing her delight in a purchase - signed ER £200-300

10 H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1998 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photogragh of the Royal family to the interior, with envelope £80-120

11 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh signed 1999 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple with The Queen Mother at Balmoral, with envelope £80-120

12 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2000 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal couple to the interior, with envelope £80-120

13 H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2001 Christmas card with twin gilt ciphers to cover,colour photograph of the Royal couple with their Corgis to the interior with envelope £80-120

14 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2002 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the smiling Royal couple in the State coach to the interior, with envelope £80- 120

15 H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2003 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal couple riding in an open carriage to the interior, with envelope £80-120

16 The Queens Golden Jubilee Medal 1952-2002, lady's issue in original fitted box £30-40

17 Collection of Royal invitations, copies of thank you letters from Senior members of the Royal family for gifts from the Household staff including Prince William for the gift of a Polo bag for his birthday in 2000 and other Royal ephemera £60-100

18 A collection of First World War 1914 Christmas 25 greeting cards from T.M. King George V andQueen Mary sent to troops at the front - un-used, two types 'May God protect you and bring you home safe' and 'May you soon be restoredto health', some with original envelopes (50+) £60-100

20 Scarce King George V Royal Household /Government issue leather satchel brief casewith gilt embossed crowned GRV cipher to front and original handle and straps 41x28 cm £150-250

21 Scarce Collection of Royal porcelain belongingH.R.H. Prince George Duke of York (later HMKing George V) made by Copeland and retailed by Thomas Goode & Co. Comprising tea cup and saucer, tea plate, milk jug and egg cup each printed with the crowned anchor, York rose within Garter Royal badge used by Prince George whilst Duke of York from 1892 to 1901 at which point he was created Prince of Wales. This service was probably used at York Cottage, 27 Sandringham the small country house on the Royal estate favoured by Prince George and Princess Mary. (5) £100-150

23 H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, handwritten note on Buckingham Palace headed writing paper, 'To dear Philip, with all good wishes, Elizabeth R' £200-300

24 Bernard Hailstone (1910-1987) 1979, oil on canvas sketch portrait of H.M.Queen Elizabeth II with an enigmatic smile on her face and wearing a pearl necklace, green dress and cape, signed and dated in original moulded parcel, gilt frame, 60 x 50 cm, the frame 77 x 67 cm. Bernard Hailstone was a celebrated portrait painter in the 1960s and 70s and painted several portraits of various members of the Royal Family, Sir Winston Churchill and 29 celebrities including Lawrence Olivier. Her Majesty had several sittings for Bernard Hailstone in 1977 and is reported to have asked the artist to adjust the aerial on her television in order for her to watch the horse racing while he painted her. This fine oil sketch is a very good likeness of The Queen and captures something of the Queen's character that the finished work lacks. £1,000-1,500

25  The Coronation of T.M. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth 12th May 1937, fine piece of gold bullion and blue silk embroidered cloth decorated with a King's Crown and English rose, part of the wall hangings used at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation 32 x 55 cm in glazed frame with plaque 53 x 69 cm overall. After the Coronation, the silk wall hangings were cut up and pieces were sent to Churches all over England. £300-500

26  H. M. Queen Elizabeth and H. R. H. The Duke of Edinburgh signed 1984 presentation portrait photograph of the Royal couple taken at Windsor Castle and both wearing Orders and decorations signed in ink ' Elizabeth R 1984 Philip' in original gilt tooled brown leather frame with easel back stamped on rear 'Smythson' 32 x 24 cm overall. Provenance: Presented to Mr Frederick Whiting RVM,The Yeoman of the Royal Cellars upon his retirement after 40 years service in 1987. £500-700

27  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, fine signed 1987 presentation black and white portrait photograph of the Royal couple wearing Orders and Decorations signed in ink 'Elizabeth R 1987 Philip' in original gilt tooled brown leather frame with easel back stamped on back 'Smythson' 32.5cm x 24.7cm £500-700

28 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II - pair gold plated presentation cufflinks with crowned ER II ciphers in ovals with folding T bars in fitted black leather Gerald Benney case with gilt embossed crowned ER II cipher to lid. Provenance: Presented to Mr Frederick Whiting RVM, The Yeoman of the Royal Wine Cellars with over forty years service in The Royal Household. £200-300

29  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1961 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour print of The Holy Family after Rubens to interior £50-70

30  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh - signed 1963 Christmas card with twin Royal ciphers to cover, print of The Adoration of the Shepherds after Camilo Procaccini to the interior £50-70

31  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh - signed 1964 Christmas card with twin Royal ciphers to cover, photograph of the Royal Family to the interior with The Queen with the infant Prince Edward in her arms £50-70

32 H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke Edinburgh - signed 1966 Christmas card with twin Royal ciphers to cover, photograph of the Royal Family in a pony and trap to the interior £50-70

33  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh - signed 1963 Christmas card with twin Royal ciphers to cover, photograph to the interior of the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace £50-70

34  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh - signed 1968 Christmas card with twin Royal ciphers to cover, photograph of the Royal Family walking in a garden to the interior £50-70

35  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1970 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of H.M.Y. Britannia in Sydney Harbour to interior £50-70

36  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1971 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal Family to the interior. £50-70

37  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1972 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal Family in a garden to the interior. £50-70

38  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1973 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal Family in a garden to interior £50-70

39  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1974 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal Family on a carriage to interior £50-70

40  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1975 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Queen and Duke in their Order of St Patrick robes to interior £50-70

41  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1976 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal Family to interior £50- 70

42  H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1977 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of The Queen and Duke arriving at the Silver Jubilee Thanks giving Service to interior £50-70

43  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1978 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple with their corgis to interior £50-70

44  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1979 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover, colour photograph of the Royal Family with dogs to the interior £50-70

45  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1980 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Family to interior £50- 70

46  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1981 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to interior and colour photograph of the 1981 Royal Wedding to front £50-70

47  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, two signed 1982 and 1983 Christmas cards with twin gilt Royal ciphers to interiors and colour photographs of the Royal Family to fronts (2) £100-150

48  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, two signed 1984 and 1985 Christmas cards with twin gilt Royal ciphers to interiors and colour photograph of the Royal Couple to fronts with envelopes (2) £100-150

49  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, two signed 1986 and 1987 Christmas cards with twin gilt Royal ciphers to interiors and colour photographs of the Royal Family to fronts £100-150

50  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H.The Duke of Edinburgh, two signed 1988 and 1989 Christmas cards with twin gilt Royal ciphers to interiors and colour photographs of The Queen and Queen mother with infant and the Royal couple in Sark to fronts £100-150

51  H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh - signed 1960s presentation portrait photograph of the relaxed Duke wearing a lounge suit signed in ink on mount 'Philip' in green frame 23.5 x 18 cm £100- 200

52  Rare 1983 Royal Visit to India Royal Party Official folder containing the itinerary, travel arrangements, Royal flight information , programmes, passes, menus etc - Provenance Mr Frederick Whiting RVM, The Yeoman of the Royal Wine Cellars £100-150

53  Collection of Royal menus and programmes of music 1947-1970s including State Visit of The French President 5th April 1960 (23) £50-80

54  The Wedding of H.R.H.The Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer 29th July 1981, collection of Royal ephemera including invitation, seating tickets, Wedding Breakfast seating plan, Order of Service and Ceremonial £80-120

55  Collection of Royal Orders of service and ceremonials and Royal thank you letters for staff gifts etc £50-70

56  T.M.King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Coronation day portrait photograph with printed signatures and another for their Silver Wedding in 1948 - both framed and glazed (2) £50-70

57  H.R.H.Princess Alexandra and The Hon. Angus Ogilvy - three signed Christmas cards 1971,1976 & 1978 (3) £30-50

58  H.M.Queen Victoria, handwritten letter addressed to The Honourable Miss Phipps, Windsor Castle dated February 10th 1856. The Queen writes 'My dear Miss Phipps, Hearing you liked the little sketch I made of Minnie I here send you a copy which I made of it, pray accept it, rough though it is'. She goes on to say 'it is not an attempt at likeness but only a slight sketch from recollection of Minnie's very beautiful dress. Ever yours affectionately Victoria' in original envelope. The Honourable Harriet Phipps was Queen Victoria's confidential attendant holding two important Court titles including Lady of the Bedchamber and serving the Queen loyalty until her death. On Harriet's death all her personal papers were burnt. £200-300

59  Field Marshal Lord Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington KG, handwritten letter dated December 1st 1834, To Francis Nixon, Bristol in original envelope with postmark.The Duke writes 'The Duke of Wellington presents his compliments to Mr Nixon and begs leave to acknowledge the receipt of his letter of the 29th for which he is very much obliged to him. London December 1st 1834'. Sold with three Italian letters 17th -19th century (4) £200-300

60 Field Marshal Lord Herbert Kitchener,1st Earl Kitchener KG, handwritten letter dated 5th September 1914 on 2 Carlton Terrace headed writing paper to Major-General Robert Kekewich CB. Lord Kitchener writes 'My dear Kekewich, Please write and let me know how your training of your division is getting on and whether you want anything. I would like to know the numbers you have in your force.I hope you will be able to at once begin duplication of the Division and start a new. Yours truly, Kitchener'. Major- General Robert Kekewich CB was at the time a highly regarded veteran and the commander of the 13th (Western) Division. He was suffering from depression and was unable to cope with the strain of his command and very sadly committed suicide on 5th November 1914 aged 60. He was buried with full military honours. Lord Kitchener died on the 5th June 1915 when the ship he was sailing in was torpedoed. £100-200

61 H.M.King William IV, group of hair cuttings in original folded paper packet inscribed in ink' The hair of King William the fourth cut off the day after his Coronation' £200-300

62 H.M.Queen Victoria, lock of hair in original folded paper packet inscribed in ink 'The Hair of Queen Victoria' £200-300

65 Fine pair Early 19th century Bloor Derby botanical subject dessert plates with Marquess's coronet above a Gothic B monogram within border cartouches, each plate painted with flowers and insects within apple green borders and named on reverses 'Sweet William' and 'Rose'- red marks 22 cm diameter £100-200

66 H.R.H. Prince Henry Duke of Gloucester, 1920s- 30s Indian silver presentation match box holder with engraved crowned H monogram and hinged end flap (H.M. Hamilton & Co. Calcutta) 6 x 5 x 1.2cm £100-200

67 Pair King George VI Royal Engineer Officers 9ct gold and enamel cufflinks with crowned GR VI ciphers and regimental red and blue stripes, dated 1949 in fitted case. £100-150

68 H.M. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and H.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands, signed 1980s presentation portrait photograph of the relaxed Royal Dutch couple, signed in ink in original green leather frame with gilt tooled crown and easel support stamped 'Smythson' 19.5 x 24cm £150-250

69 The Marquess of Londonderry, four 19th century silver on lead armorial horse livery badges with coronets, one still mounted on leather eye shield (4) £100-150

70  Pair 19th century cameo carved conch shells decorated with profile busts of H.M. Queen Victoria and H.R.H. Prince Albert 19cm long £150-200

71  Two unusual Halcyon Days enamel bonbonieres in the form of a bust of The Duke of Wellington in uniform and wearing a cocked hat and another of Napoleon Bonaparte in uniform and wearing a bicorn hat, both in fitted cases 10cm and 8cm £100-200

72  The Internment of H.M. King George IV at the Royal Chapel of St George, Windsor - Thursday evening the 15th July 1830 - a rare Ceremonial with hand written annotations - a fascinating document £100-200

73  The Funeral of H.M. Queen Victoria 1901, rare presentation ceremonial in maroon leather binding with polychrome and gilt embossed Royal Arms to cover with letter from the War Office dated 16th May 1901 to the Commanding Officer of the 2nd South Middlesex Volunteer Rifles forwarding the ceremonial from the Earl Marshal in remembrance of the Units attendance by lining the route 38 x 25cm £60- 100

74  The Earl of Harewood, scarce signed Officers Commission appointing Mr Kirkby Fenton a Cornet in the Yorkshire Hussars Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry dated 12th September 1839 - printed and hand inscribed, signed and sealed, mounted on card, 48 x 32cm overall. £50-70

75  The failed Coronation of H.M.King Edward VIII, Bakelite pot with bust of the King in uniform, another plaque with Prince Edward in top hat and two School medals for the Coronation (4) £50-70

76  Collection of Royal Commemorative enamel brooch pins and souvenir school medals and coins circa 1900-1977 (approx 100 plus) £60- 100

77  HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh fine signed 2003 presentation colour portrait photograph of the Royal couple wearing Orders and Decorations signed in ink on mount 'Elizabeth R 2003 Philip' in original gilt tooled brown leather frame with easel back stamped 'Smythson of Bond Street' 32.5 x 25cm in original cardboard box- as new £1,000-1,500

78 Moët & Chandon Bottle of champagne 1997 with Royal Golden Wedding label for 20th November 1997 in original box with similar label and Royal card 'With best wishes from The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to commemorate their Golden Wedding Anniversary 20th November 1997' £50-70

79 The Wedding of T.R.H.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 29th April 2011 - a piece of wedding cake in original presentation tin with card £200-300

80 The Wedding of HRH The Prince Of Wales and H.R.H. The Duchess of Cornwall 9th April 2005 - piece of wedding cake in original presentation tin with card £60-100

81 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1998 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Family to the interior- with envelope £50-70

82 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 1999 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the The Queen, The Queen Mother and Prince Philip to the interior - with envelope £50-70

83 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2001 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Queen and Prince Philip with corgis to the interior - with envelope £50-70

84 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2003 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Queen and Prince Philip in a carriage to the interior- with envelope £50-70

85 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2004 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Queen and Prince Philip talking to D-Day veterans in 2004 to the interior- with envelope £50-70

86 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2005 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple commemorating the end of World War II July 2005 to the interior - with envelope £50-70

87 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2006 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple to the interior - with envelope £50-70

88 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of 98 Edinburgh, signed 2007 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and two colour photographs of the Royal Family to the interior £50-70

89  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of 99 Edinburgh, signed 2008 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colourvphotograph of the Royal couple at Craithie Kirk to the interior - with envelope £50-70

90  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of 100 Edinburgh, signed 2009 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple to the interior - with envelope £50-70

91  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of 101 Edinburgh, signed 2010 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple by a Christmas tree to the interior £50-70

92  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of 102 Edinburgh, signed 2011 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple to the interior – with envelope £50-70

93  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2013 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple to the interior £50-70

94  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2014 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple at the naming of HMS Queen Elizabeth, Rosyth Dockyard July 2014 to the interior - with envelope £50-70

95  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2015 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple at Royal Ascot 2015 to the interior- with envelope £50-70

96  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2016 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple parading to the interior - with envelope £50-70

97  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2017 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal Couple feeding an elephant to the interior - with envelope £50-70

98  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2018 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple leaving church to the interior - with envelope £50-70

99  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, signed 2019 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple to the interior - with envelope £50-70

100  T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, signed 1989 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple with their two young sons on a gate £200-300

101  T.R.H. The Prince and Princess of Wales, signed 1991 Christmas card with twin gilt Royal ciphers to cover and colour photograph of the Royal couple with their two young sons on a bench £200-300

102  H.R.H.The Prince of Wales, signed 1994 Christmas card with gilt Royal Cipher to cover, colour photograph of Prince Charles with his two young sons sitting in a poppy field £50-70

103  H.R.H.The Prince of Wales, signed 1996 Christmas card with gilt Royal cipher to cover, colour photograph of Prince Charles with his two sons on board The Royal Yacht. £50-70

104  H.R.H.The Prince of Wales, two signed 1990s Christmas cards each with gilt Royal ciphers, photographs of Prince Charles with his two sons to the interiors (2) £100-150

105  Lot Royal ephemera including Orders of Service, Court invitations, Royal thank you letters for Staff presents and Royal presentation books for attendance at Sandringham Parish Sunday School £60-100

106  H.M King George VI, Grant of Arms illuminated scroll appointing new arms to John Scott Hindley, Viscount Hyndley of Meads dated 1948 with Garter King of Arms seal in red box with crowned GR VI ciphers £150-250

107  H.M. King George V Grant of Arms illuminated scroll appointing Sir John Scott Hindley to a Baronet dated 1927, with twin seals in gilt metal cases and original red box with gilt crowned GRV ciphers £150-200

108  H.M.George VI Grant of arms for Alexander Cannon of Ballamoar Castle, Ramsey, Isle of Mann dated 1941 in glazed frame with gilt brass seals £100-150

109  H.M. King Edward VII Grant of arms for Arthur Westworth of Brooklands, Broughton dated 1902 with twin gilt metal seal cases in original gilt tooled red case with crowned Royal ciphers £150-200

110  Rare George III Napoleonic Wars military recruiting document for Kent, Essex and the Cinque Ports dated 27th December 1805 offering recruits a bounty of 12 Guineas to enlist for five years and a further 9 Guineas if they engage for unlimited service in a regiment- a fascinating document £60-100

111  Scarce Mid-19th century 'Translation Du Corps De Napoleon' rare concertina book of the State Funeral of Napoleon, with provenance slip stating 'This book belonged to the Prince Camorata son of the Prince Bacchiochi by whom it was given to me'. Prince Camorata was Napoleon's Nephew £200-300

112  19th century cut paper full length silhouette of Napoleon Bonaparte in glazed gilt frame 24.5 x 18 cm overall £60-100

113  Rare pair 1950s limited edition Holkham Studio Pottery hand painted toby jugs in the form of H.M Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, both in uniform, printed marks to bases and numbered 16.5cm. Holkham Pottery was run by Lady Anne Coke who was a Maid of Honour at The Queens Coronation in 1953. £100-200

114  H.R.H.Princess Alexandra and The Hon. Angus Ogilvy, signed 1969 Royal presentation portrait photograph of the relaxed couple, signed in ink on mount 'Alexandra 1969 Angus Ogilvy', in original red frame with easel back 18 x 13cm £80-120

115  The Funeral of Diana Princess of Wales Saturday 6th September 1997 Ceremonial, copy of letter from Prince Charles thanking the Dean and his staff at Westminster Abbey for the beautiful funeral service and a letter from Colonel Sir Malcolm Ross Head of the Royal Chamberlain's Office who organised the funeral to Mrs Thomas the wife of a Beadle at the Abbey thanking her for her kind letter regarding the funeral arrangements and mentioning it was a day which none of us will forget. The funeral of H.M. Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother April 2002 Ceremonial and Order of Service and The Service of Thanksgiving for the 59th Wedding Anniversary of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh Order of Service (6) £60-100

116  *Withdrawn*

117 Collection of 30 Royal press photographs - mostly 1960s-1970s including The marriage of Princess Margaret, Royal tours, Silver Jubilee etc £60-100

118 *Withdrawn*

119 The Marriage of T.R.H. The Duke of York to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (later T.M.King George V and Queen Mary) Thursday July 6th 1893, scarce entrance ticket and Order of Service in gilt embossed white binding with crowned VRI ciphers (2) £100-200

120 The Coronation of H.M.King Edward VII June 26th 1902, The Form and Order of the service in gilt tooled blue Morocco leather binding with crowned ERVII cipher in a decorative cream silk and gold bullion embroidered outer cover with crowned Royal ciphers and 1902 to front. £50- 70

121 H.M.Queen Mary, fine signed Royal Presentation portrait photograph of The Queen wearing Jewels and The Order of The Garter signed in ink on mount' Mary R 1924' in glazed frame 45.5 x 34.5cm £100-200

122 H.M.Queen Mary, fine signed Presentation portrait photograph of The Queen wearing jewels and The Order of The Garter, signed in ink on mount 'Mary R 1936' in original gilt frame with easel back 40 x 30.5cm £150-250

123 H.M.Queen Mary, fine signed presentation portrait photograph of the Queen wearing jewels and Order of The Garter by Hay Wrightson, signed in ink on mount ' Mary R 1946' in glazed frame £100-200

124 H.M.Queen Mary, signed presentation portrait photograph of the Queen wearing jewels and The Order of The Garter, signed in ink on mount 'Mary R 1916' - unframed 29 x 19cm £60-100

125 H.M.Queen Mary, four signed postcards dated 1917- 1939, one of the Queen inspecting injured troops dated '1917.18' (4) £100-150

126 H.M.Queen Mary, charming signed photograph of the Queen with her infant granddaughter Elizabeth (later H.M.Queen Elizabeth II) inscribed 'Mary R & Little Elizabeth 1927' and on reverse 'grateful thanks for the two charming paintings you have so kindly sent me', 14 x19cm and another signed postcard depicting The Duchess of Kent and her two children inscribed on reverse 'For Mrs Rawlings from Mary R Easter 1938' (2) £100-150

127  T.R.H. The Duke and Duchess of York ( later T.M. King George V and Queen Mary) inscribed notelet on York House, St James's Palace card 'For Sir Francis and Lady de Winton with best wishes for Xmas 1896 from George & Victoria Mary'. Also a letter from The Duchess of York (later H.M.Queen Mary) dated 1899 thanking Mrs Ellis for a cushion, with original envelope (2) £60-100

128  H.M. Queen Mary, handwritten wartime letter dated 26th May 1941 on Badmington House, Gloucestershire headed writing paper to Lady Mary Cambridge sending her some books that belonged to grandmother Queen Victoria and her grandfather Prince Albert 'they will be of great interest some day'. Ever your very affectionate great Aunt Mary R', with original envelope £60-100

129  The engagement of H.R.H.Prince Albert Victor Duke of Clarence to Princess Mary of Teck (later H.M. Queen Mary) rare signed photograph of the young couple signed in ink 'May 1891'. This rare photograph of the Royal couple was believed to have been taken just after the announcement of their engagement at Luton Hoo on 3rd December 1891. The Duke sadly died six weeks later and Mary went on to marry his brother Prince George (later King George V) £100-200

130  H.R.H.Princess Mary of Teck (later H.M. Queen Mary), handwritten letter to Sir Frederick Leighton, later Lord Leighton P.R.A., dated December 16th 1891, thanking him for his kind letter of congratulations on her engagement to Prince Albert Victor 'believe me yours very sincerely Victoria Mary' and another letter from Mary to Sir Frederick dated May 13th 1893 thanking him for a lovely box for her wedding to Prince George (2) £100-150

131  H.R.H.Princess Mary of Teck (later H.M.Queen Mary), handwritten thank you letter dated July 27th 1892 to Mar Glyn thanking him for a picture of the Duke of Clarence 'Believe me yours very sincerely Victoria Mary of Teck' and another letter written by H.S.H Francis Duke of Teck (Mary's father) thanking Dr Dukakis in response to congratulations on the engagement of his daughter to the Duke of York (2) £60-100

132 H.R.H.Princess Mary Duchess of York (later H.M.Queen Mary) handwritten letter dated July 23rd 1907 to Miss Pocock enclosing £5 towards Mrs Goldmey's holiday. She goes on to say she has looked out some things for Mrs Duncan's stall and is very glad the bazaar was so successful and thanks her for a china puppy for Mary (later The Princess Royal). Another letter from Princess Mary dated Sept 7th 1908 to Horace reminding him to give a donation to the London needlework guild - both signed' Victoria Mary' (2) £60-100

133 H.R.H. Princess Mary Duchess of York, signed portrait photograph dated 1903, inscribed on reverse and another signed portrait card of the Duke and Duchess of York inscribed 'For Henry and Frenie, Georgie & May for 1908' (2) £100- 150

134 H.M.Queen Mary, two handwritten letters, the first dated 2nd March 1931, to Sir Cecil Smith The Director of The Victoria and Albert Museum , The Queen gives instructions regarding the printing of an exhibition catalogue, the other letter dated13th Aug 1934 to Sir Cecil ,The Queen discusses sending various items including Chinese Tassels from Brighton Pavillion to the museum for various departments she also comments she enjoyed her visit very much and regretted it was the last occasion Sir Cecil would accompany hear as Director of the museum. Both with original envelopes £50-70

135 T.M.King George V and Queen Mary, collection of formal and informal photographs mostly 1920s-30s £50-70

136 H.R.H. Mary Princess of Wales (later H.M.Queen Mary) signed photograph of the Royal children inscribed on reverse 'Mary R 1910-11' and a portrait photograph of Princess Mary when Duchess of York (2) £50-70

137 H.M. Queen Mary, five signed portrait photograph postcards 1916-1949 £100-200

138 H.M. Queen Mary, six signed/inscribed portrait postcards including 'grateful thanks for the most attractive set of candlesticks for the dolls house, too kind of you' £100-200

139 H.M.Queen Mary , a group of correspondence including thank you letters including one to Lady Bute, instructions to house keepers and Master of the Household, letter of condolence etc (12) £300-500

140  A group of Royal correspondence mostly 19th Century, including Christmas card from Mary Adelaide Duchess of Teck, letter from Prince Francis of Teck, envelope from Victoria, Empress of Prussia, Princess Mary Louise letter to John Beresford regarding a miniature book he has sent for Queen Mary's Dolls House, Princess Helena letter and Prince George Duke of York letter (6) £250-350

141  H.R.H. Princess Mary The Princess Royal & Countess of Harewood, signed portrait print signed in ink on mount' Mary 1934' 20 x 15cm and signed postcard with photograph of the young Princess with her father inscribed on reverse and dated 1908 (2) £50-70

142  H.M. Queen Victoria, two hand written instructions possibly for table seating plans on Buckingham Palace and Balmoral Castle headed mourning writing paper and portrait photograph of the Queen (3) £200-300

143  The Coronation of H.M. Queen Victoria - 28th June 1838, rare Coronation ticket to admit 'Mr Shephard' to the Lower Choir Gallery North Side A, green waxed paper with printed decoration and embossed Earl Marshal Seal, 16.5 x 23cm £200-300

144  H.M.Queen Victoria, rare ticket to view the State Apartments at Windsor Castle dated July 21st 1859 and other Royal related ephemera including Coronation tickets £80-120

145  The Baptism of Prince Victor Albert son of Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein and Princess Helena 21st May 1867, rare embossed and cut paper service sheet and two similar Royal court entertainments dated 1861 and 1868 (3) £100-200

146  H.M.Queen Victoria, three ornate dinner and luncheon menus for Osborne 10th August 1887, Balmoral 26th May 1897 and 7th October 1892 £100-150

147  H.M.King Edward VII, two highly decorative Windsor Castle Royal dinner and luncheon menus for February 2nd and 3rd 1901. Queen Victoria only died on 22nd January 1901 and therefore these menus still display her Royal cipher rather than that of the new King £80-120

148  T.M.King George V and Queen Mary, 14 Royal Menus including the Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert 1935, Royal Pavilion Aldershot 1915, York Cottage 1921, Palace of Holyroodhouse 1934 (14) £200-300

149 Lot Royal menus including rare H.M.King Edward VIII (blank), King George VI H.M.Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert 1937 and five others including two pipe programmes. (7) £100-150

150 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II, collection of Royal menus including H.M.Y. Britannia (10) £50-70

151 The Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra 26th June 1902, invitation to Mr Leigh-Clair M.P. and other Royal invitations £50- 70

152 H,M.Queen Mary, two wartime signed Christmas cards dated 1940 and 1942, signed notes, Funeral ticket and lying in state ticket 1953 £60- 100

153 H.R.H. Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor), handwritten card signed 'Edward, Windsor April 14th 1914' and typed letter from The Duke and Duchess of Windsor dated 1953 and card (3) £50-70

154 H.R.H.Prince George Duke of Kent signed 1933 Christmas card and another early 1920s Christmas sent to Sarah Ellis, Lady in Waiting to Queen Mary signed by Princess Mary, Prince Henry and Prince George (2) £50-70

155 Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee portrait photograph in frame, Lot Royal postcards, court invitations, orders of service, booklets and other Royal ephemera £50-70

156 The Coronation of H.M.Queen Elizabeth II 1953, Parogan china limited edition loving cup with polychrome Royal Arms and decoration, no. 291 of 500 with original card 18.5 cm wide, 12 cm high £50-70

157 The Coronation of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II 1953, Coronation chair with blue velvet upholstery and gold bullion embroidered Crowned ER II ciphers to back, limed oak frame with official stamps to base. Provenance: T.H. Prince Georg & Princess Anne of Denmark (formerly Anne Bowes-Lyon, Viscountess Anson) thence by family descent to Lady Elizabeth Shakerley £200-300

158 H.H. Prince Georg of Denmark - Danish Royal despatch/document box of rectangular form with gilt metal crowned V cipher to lid, pigskin covered with silk lining, bearing paper label to front 'Prince George of Denmark' 41.5cm wide, 22cm deep, 10.6cm high . Provenance: The Lady Elizabeth Shakerley Collection £200-300

159  The Wedding of T.R.H.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's April 2011, piece of Wedding cake in original presentation tin with card and outer box £200-300

160  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II 2016 Royal Household Christmas present Silver plated picture frame with crowned ER II cipher in original box with cipher and date to lid- as new £100-150

161  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II Royal Household 2007 Christmas present Silver plated tray with two champagne glasses with crowned ER II ciphers - In original fitted box £100-150

162  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II 2010 Royal Household Christmas present pair Whiskey glasses with plated collars and crowned ERII ciphers in fitted box - as new £100-150

163  H.M.Queen Elizabeth II 2013 Royal Household Christmas present Royal mug in original fitted box £50-70

164  H.M. George VI 1937 Coronation Stool, with limed oak frame stamped GR VI Coronation to underside. £100-150

165  Victorian silver meat skewer with Prince of Wales feathers terminal, (London 1863), maker George Adams. 14cm £50-70

166  Victorian gilt metal and enamel brooch with crowned central shield depicting the crests of the provinces of Canada within blue enamel and gilt border 7x5cm £50-70

167  Fascinating 1837 diary of a noblewoman who attended functions at Buckingham Palace, the Queens first prorogue of Parliament and other Court functions in the first year of Queen Victorias reign and a collection of carte de visite photographs of members of the Royal family including the Princess of Wales, Duchess of Edinburgh, Princess Christian etc (9) £60-190

168  The Wedding of H.M.Queen Victoria and H.R.H.Prince Albert, February 10th 1840 - scarce commemorative china plate with printed portraits of the Royal couple within moulded Crown and floral scroll border, 16cm and Queen Victoria Golden Jubilee commemorative scent flask (2) £50-70

169  Vintage suitcase containing Royal epherma and press photographs including photographs of the Coronation procession of King Edward VII ,1930s photograph of King George V and his two sons in RAF uniform ( The three Kings ) , letter crests etc £60-100

170 H.M. Queen Elizabeth (later The Queen Mother) signed 1945 Christmas card with gilt embossed crown to cover and photograph of The Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on V-E Day, Tuesday May 8th 1945, signed in ink 'from Elizabeth R', with original envelope, presented in glazed frame Provenance: given to 'Mr Henry', the Queens personal hairdresser from 1939-1969 £80-120

171 H.M. Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother signed 1967 Christmas card with gilt embossed crown to cover and photograph of HM Off Newfoundland, signed in ink 'from Elizabeth R', with original envelope Provenance: given to 'Mr Henry', the Queens personal hairdresser from 1939-1969 £50-70

172 H.M.Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, two signed Christmas cards 1954 and 1956, both signed 'from Elizabeth R' with envelopes £100- 150

174 H.R.H.Prince Henry Duke of Gloucester, fine 1920s 9ct gold and enamel Royal presentation brooch with central crowned H cipher on gold lattice work ground within enamel border, pin backing and gold safety chain in original red leather case by Plante, Bury St, London. The brooch 5 cm long. Provenance: Given by Prince Henry in 1926 to his nurse Miss Bertha Hutchinson who looked after him when he was suffering from a severe attack of influenza. Sold with original press cutting and hand written note. £200-300

175 The Diamond Jubilee of H.M.Queen Elizabeth II 2012, Official "Thank you" reply card sent to correspondants from The Queen, Official souvenir Programme, Diamond Jubilee Concert programme and the official programme for the Marriage of H.R.H. Prince William to Katherine Middleton 2011(4) £50-70

176 H.M.Queen Elizabeth II, 2012 Royal Household Christmas present Halcyon Days oval enamel box decorated with Royal Arms with prevention inscription to inside in original fitted box with crowned ER II cipher and '2012'to lid £100-150

177 The Golden Jubilee 2002, Pair Royal collection silver gilt napkin rings in boxes £40-60

178 The Golden Jubilee 2002, Royal Collection limited edition porcelain beaker decorated with Royal Arms in fitted box, The Diamond Jubilee 2012, Royal Collection Limited edition porcelain caddy decorated with Royal Arms in original fitted box (2) £50-70

179 The Golden Jubilee 2002 and the Diamond Jubilee 2012- two impressive Royal Collection limited edition porcelain chargers decorated with Royal Arms, 33 cm diameter in original fitted boxes.(2) £100-150

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