Description
Rite of George VI of England. 1937.
Fragment of gold embroidered silk cloth decorated with crowns, roses, thistles, shamrocks and cruciger globes, as well as the motto "god save the king".
From the canopy that housed George of Kent (1902-1942), the King's brother, at the coronation ceremony of the future George VI on May 12, 1937.
124 x 41 cm.
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Rite of George VI of England. 1937.
Fragment of gold embroidered silk cloth decorated with crowns, roses, thistles, shamrocks and cruciger globes, as well as the motto "god save the king".
From the canopy that housed George of Kent (1902-1942), the King's brother, at the coronation ceremony of the future George VI on May 12, 1937.
124 x 41 cm.

Estimate 200 - 300 EUR
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Location of the item
France - 75009 - paris