A Selection of sets relating to Royalty

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Wills Royalty Our King and Queen 1937 Our King and Queen 1937 50 -
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Our King and Queen 1937

Wills - 50 in set

£15.00

Prescott Pickup Royalty Queen and People Special Album 1977 Queen and People Special Album 1977 1 -
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Queen and People Special Album 1977

Prescott Pickup - 1 in set

£15.00

Prescott Pickup Royalty Royal Family Sovereign Series No 4 (1982) Royal Family Sovereign Series No 4 (1982) EL70 -
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Royal Family Sovereign Series No 4 (1982)

Prescott Pickup - EL70 in set

£15.00

Prescott Pickup Royalty Royal Family Special Album 1982 Royal Family Special Album 1982 1 -
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Royal Family Special Album 1982

Prescott Pickup - 1 in set

£15.00

Anstie Flags, Arms & Maps Royal Standard (woven silk) 1915 Royal Standard (woven silk) 1915 L1 -
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Royal Standard (woven silk) 1915

Anstie - L1 in set

£15.00

Prescott Pickup Royalty Royal Wedding Special Album 1981 Royal Wedding Special Album 1981 1 -
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Royal Wedding Special Album 1981

Prescott Pickup - 1 in set

£15.00

Ardath Royalty Coronation and Sports Photocards Group B 1937 (21 different cards from the set of 22 minus W Neusel) Coronation and Sports Photocards Group B 1937 (21 different cards from the set of 22 minus W Neusel) M21 out of 22 -
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Kane Royalty Kings and Queens 1959 Kings and Queens 1959 30 -
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Kings and Queens 1959

Kane - 30 in set

£18.00

Lea Royalty Coronation Souvenir Glossy Successors Issue 1937 Coronation Souvenir Glossy Successors Issue 1937 48 - This delightful black and white set was issued to celebrate the coronation of H.M. King George VI which took place in May 1937. It pictures members of the royal family including the Princess of York who later became Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Windsor who had been King Edward VIII before abdicating the throne in 1936, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop of London who conducted the ceremony, pictures of the interior of Westminster Abbey including the Coronation Chair, the crowns, robes, state coach and other royal symbols of power, London views and properties associated with the families of the new King and Queen, York Cottage and Glamis Castle. There is plenty of interesting information on the numbered backs. The wording at the bottom of this set is “Chairman Juniors manufactured by the successors to R.J. Lea, Manchester, but this set was also issued with just the Lea name and was also available with a matt picture in both a “successors to” and “Lea” name back and also in a medium size with glossy fronts and “Tournament Cigarettes, R.J. Lea Ltd, Manchester” back. These small cards are 66 x 35mm.
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International Tobacco Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Gentlemen! The King! (black back) 1937 Gentlemen! The King! (black back) 1937 100 - Although issued during coronation year 1937, this set was prepared in 1935 because “The King” referred to is George V and not his successor and indeed on the card backs we are told that “it can be inserted into a pictorial biography of H.M. King George V, particulars of which are enclosed in each packet”. It is unusual in being of two different sizes, with sixty standard size and forty large and it is on art paper rather than cardboard. The colour pictures take us from the King’s early childhood in 1866, through his public appearances and ends with his radio broadcast to the Empire broadcast in May 1935 as part of his Jubilee celebrations. Sadly he was to die just seven months later in January 1936. Rather prophetically the card featuring his second son the Duke of York, who at that time was not expected to be King, describes him as “the father of the young lady who may one day sit upon the throne of England” and of course she did. These cards were also issued with the text on the back in blue and provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of this hardworking monarch. The standard size cards are 67 x 39mm and the large cards are 76 x 58mm.
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Gentlemen! The King! (black back) 1937

International Tobacco - 100 in set

£20.00

Carreras Royalty Regalia Series 1925 Regalia Series 1925 EL10 -
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Regalia Series 1925

Carreras - EL10 in set

£20.00

Gees Royalty Kings and Queens 1961 Kings and Queens 1961 30 -
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Kings and Queens 1961

Gees - 30 in set

£21.00

Lea Royalty Coronation Souvenir Matt Successors Issue 1937 Coronation Souvenir Matt Successors Issue 1937 48 - This delightful black and white set was issued to celebrate the coronation of H.M. King George VI which took place in May 1937. It pictures members of the royal family including the Princess of York who later became Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Windsor who had been King Edward VIII before abdicating the throne in 1936, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop of London who conducted the ceremony, pictures of the interior of Westminster Abbey including the Coronation Chair, the crowns, robes, state coach and other royal symbols of power, London views and properties associated with the families of the new King and Queen, York Cottage and Glamis Castle. There is plenty of interesting information on the numbered backs. The wording on the back at the bottom refers to “manufactured by the successors to R.J. Lea, Manchester” but a set was also issued with just the Lea name at the bottom and was also available with a glossy picture in both a “successors to” and “Lea” name back and also in a medium size with glossy fronts and “Tournament Cigarettes, R.J. Lea Ltd, Manchester” back. These small cards are 66 x 35mm.
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Anstie Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Sectional Series Windsor Castle 1937 Sectional Series Windsor Castle 1937 10 -
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Sectional Series Windsor Castle 1937

Anstie - 10 in set

£25.00

Players Royalty British Regalia 1937 British Regalia 1937 L25 -
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British Regalia 1937

Players - L25 in set

£30.00

Lea Royalty Coronation Souvenir 1937 Coronation Souvenir 1937 M48 - This delightful black and white set was issued to celebrate the coronation of H.M. King George VI which took place in May 1937. It pictures members of the royal family including the Princess of York who later became Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Windsor who had been King Edward VIII before abdicating the throne in 1936, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop of London who conducted the ceremony, pictures of the interior of Westminster Abbey including the Coronation Chair, the crowns, robes, state coach and other royal symbols of power, London views and properties associated with the families of the new King and Queen, York Cottage and Glamis Castle. There is plenty of interesting information on the numbered backs. This set has glossy fronts and “Tournament Cigarettes, R.J. Lea Ltd, Manchester” at the bottom of the back and is size 77 x 51mm. Sets were also issued in a standard size with either glossy or matt pictures and either the Lea name or “successors to” on the back at the bottom.
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Coronation Souvenir 1937

Lea - M48 in set

£30.00

Lea Royalty Coronation Souvenir Glossy Leas Name Issue 1937 Coronation Souvenir Glossy Leas Name Issue 1937 48 - This delightful black and white set was issued to celebrate the coronation of H.M. King George VI which took place in May 1937. It pictures members of the royal family including the Princess of York who later became Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Windsor who had been King Edward VIII before abdicating the throne in 1936, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Bishop of London who conducted the ceremony, pictures of the interior of Westminster Abbey including the Coronation Chair, the crowns, robes, state coach and other royal symbols of power, London views and properties associated with the families of the new King and Queen, York Cottage and Glamis Castle. There is plenty of interesting information on the numbered backs. The wording on the back at the bottom contains the Lea name, but a set was also issued with “manufactured by the successors to R.J. Lea, Manchester at the bottom and was also available with a matt picture in both a “successors to” and “Lea” name back and also in a medium size with glossy fronts and “Tournament Cigarettes, R.J. Lea Ltd, Manchester” back. These small cards are 66 x 35mm.
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Wix Royalty Coronation Varnished front back with J Wix and Kensitas 1937 Coronation Varnished front back with J Wix and Kensitas 1937 50 -
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Kane Royalty Kings and Queens 1959 Kings and Queens 1959 L30 -
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Kings and Queens 1959

Kane - L30 in set

£30.00

Phillips Royalty Coronation of Their Majesties (Postcard format back) 1937 Coronation of Their Majesties (Postcard format back) 1937 EL24 -
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Glengettie Tea Royalty Sovereigns, Consorts and Rulers of Great Britain 2nd Series 1970 Sovereigns, Consorts and Rulers of Great Britain 2nd Series 1970 25 -
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Mars Royalty Ceremonies of the Coronation 1937 Ceremonies of the Coronation 1937 25 -
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Ceremonies of the Coronation 1937

Mars - 25 in set

£40.00

Queens Royalty Kings and Queens of England 1955 Kings and Queens of England 1955 30 -
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Kings and Queens of England 1955

Queens - 30 in set

£40.00

Wills Royalty Reign of H.M.King George V 1935 Reign of H.M.King George V 1935 50 -
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Reign of H.M.King George V 1935

Wills - 50 in set

£40.00

Ardath Royalty Silver Jubilee 1935 Silver Jubilee 1935 50 - Queen Elizabeth II was just nine years old when her grandfather died in January, 1936. George V’s death was all the more poignant for the fact that just seven months earlier he had celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of his coronation, an event marked by this set. The series sets the scene by beginning with cards on Queen Victoria, Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, before devoting twelve cards to picturing George V from his days at the age of twenty as a Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Navy over a period of fifty years to May, 1935 with the narrative backs taking us from his birth at Marlboro’ House through to broadcasting his message to the Empire on Christmas Day 1934. Queen Mary receives similar treatment from her birth at Kensington Palace in 1867 to the launch of the liner Queen Mary in 1934. Heir to the throne, Edward, Prince of Wales comes next, but as we know he was to abdicate less than a year after his father’s death, making way for his brother Albert to succeed to the throne as King George VI, presented in this series as the Duke of York, together with his wife Elizabeth and their children Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose. An historic set to take away. Size 68 x 36mm
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Silver Jubilee 1935

Ardath - 50 in set

£40.00

Players Royalty Ceremonial and Court Dress 1911 Ceremonial and Court Dress 1911 25 -
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Ceremonial and Court Dress 1911

Players - 25 in set

£45.00

Amalgamated Tobacco Royalty Kings of England 1954 Kings of England 1954 25 -
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Kings of England 1954

Amalgamated Tobacco - 25 in set

£45.00

Goodies Royalty Wicked Monarchs 1973 Wicked Monarchs 1973 25 -
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Wicked Monarchs 1973

Goodies - 25 in set

£45.00

Players Royalty Egyptian Kings and Queens and Classical Deities 1911 Egyptian Kings and Queens and Classical Deities 1911 25 -
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International Tobacco Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards Gentlemen! The King! (blue back) 1937 Gentlemen! The King! (blue back) 1937 100 - Although issued during coronation year 1937, this set was prepared in 1935 because “The King” referred to is George V and not his successor and indeed on the card backs we are told that “it can be inserted into a pictorial biography of H.M. King George V, particulars of which are enclosed in each packet”. It is unusual in being of two different sizes, with sixty standard size and forty large and it is on art paper rather than cardboard. The colour pictures take us from the King’s early childhood in 1866, through his public appearances and ends with his radio broadcast to the Empire broadcast in May 1935 as part of his Jubilee celebrations. Sadly he was to die just seven months later in January 1936. Rather prophetically the card featuring his second son the Duke of York, who at that time was not expected to be King, describes him as “the father of the young lady who may one day sit upon the throne of England” and of course she did. These cards were also issued with the text on the back in black and provide a fascinating glimpse into the life of this hardworking monarch. The standard size cards are 67 x 39mm and the large cards are 76 x 58mm
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Gentlemen! The King! (blue back) 1937

International Tobacco - 100 in set

£50.00

Jackson Royalty The Pageant of Kingship (90 small 60 large size) 1937 The Pageant of Kingship (90 small 60 large size) 1937 150 -
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Wills Royalty Coronation Series 1911 Coronation Series 1911 50 -
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Coronation Series 1911

Wills - 50 in set

£55.00

Mitchell Miscellaneous Cigarette Cards London Ceremonials 1928 London Ceremonials 1928 40 -
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London Ceremonials 1928

Mitchell - 40 in set

£60.00

Ely Brewery Royalty Royal Portraits 1953 Royal Portraits 1953 M24 -
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Royal Portraits 1953

Ely Brewery - M24 in set

£60.00

Moorgate Tobacco Royalty The New Elizabethan Age (20 small 10 large size) 1953 The New Elizabethan Age (20 small 10 large size) 1953 30 -
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The New Elizabethan Age (20 small 10 large size) 1953

Moorgate Tobacco - 30 in set

£60.00

Players Royalty Kings and Queens of England 1935 Kings and Queens of England 1935 50 -
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Kings and Queens of England 1935

Players - 50 in set

£80.00

Morris Royalty The Queens Dolls House 1925 The Queens Dolls House 1925 25 -
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The Queens Dolls House 1925

Morris - 25 in set

£80.00

 
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