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Coronations Gallery

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Choose from 173 pictures in our Coronations collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Coronation regalia jewels Featured Print

Coronation regalia jewels

Page from The Sketch depicting some of the famous and priceless jewels forming the Coronation regalia of King George VI in 1937. St. Edward's Sapphire (top left) in the state crown is said to have been in the Coronation ring of Edward the Confessor, the Star of Africe (top centre), is part of the Cullinan Diamond found in 1905 in the Premier mine in Pretoria - the largest piece of which is in the royal sceptre. The Black Prince's Ruby (top right) in the State Crown once belonged to the King of Granada in the 14th century and the Stuart Sapphire (centre bottom) probably belonged to King Charles II. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The British Royal Familys Golden State Coach Featured Print

The British Royal Familys Golden State Coach

The British Royal Family's Golden State Coach, used for royal coronations decorated with paintings by Giovanni Cipriani including the royal arms on the upper back panel, ornamented with the Order of St. George and the floral emblems of Great Britain. Commissioned in 1760, it was built in the London workshops of Samuel Butler. As the coach is suspended from braces, it lacks more modern comfort. The coach is managed by 4 postilions, 9 walking grooms (one of whom walks behind the coach), 6 footmen, and 4 Yeoman of the Guard carrying their long partisans. Eight of the grooms walk beside the horses. The more ornately-dressed footmen (pictured here) walk beside the body of the coach. Date: circa 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Sketches during the Coronation, 1902 Featured Print

Sketches during the Coronation, 1902

Random sketches taken in the streets by "Mars" during the Coronation of King Edward VII. At the top, a boy sells blue flowers to several waiting spectators including a one-legged Chelsea Pensioner at the end. In the middle, a family from the East End of London travel in a trap or cart pulled by a donkey. To the right of them, a street vendor sells penny guides to the procession and in the bottom left, a man with numerous trunks and luggage searches for lodgings while in Regent Street, ladies admire a gown created for a peeress to wear to the Coronation. Date: 1902

© Mary Evans Picture Library