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Guild Hall Gallery

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Choose from 67 pictures in our Guild Hall collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Coronation 1953, traditional guildhall luncheon Featured Print

Coronation 1953, traditional guildhall luncheon

The newly-crowned Queen Elizabeth II attends a a traditional Guildhall luncheon in her honour on 12 June 1953, ten days after the Coronation. A luncheon is traditionally given by the Lord Mayor and the Corporation of the City of London at Guildhall in honour of the new sovereign. The Queen can be seen centre talking to the Lord Mayor, Sir Rupert de la Bere. On her left is the Duke of Edinburgh talking to the Lady Mayoress, Princess Margaret and the Duchess of Gloucester. To the right of the Lord Mayor is Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother and the Duke of Gloucester. Date: 1953

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Queen Elizabeth II - on way to Guildhall, 1948 Featured Print

Queen Elizabeth II - on way to Guildhall, 1948

Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, riding in a horse drawn, open-top carriage through the Strand, towards the Guildhall where the Duke received the freedom of the City. Date: 1948

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1948, Carriage, Cheer, Cheering, City, Coach, Crowd, Crowds, Drawn, Duke, Edinburgh, Elizabeth, Event, Events, Freedom, Guild Hall, Horse, Ii, Philip, Prince, Princess, Queen, Royal, Royalty, Strand, Waving

Sandwich Guildhall WWII Featured Print

Sandwich Guildhall WWII

Town officials outside the the Guildhall of Sandwich, build in 1658, now with a 1939 barricade of sandbags around it. Photo taken during actual air raid warning, and the town officials were on official voluntary duty at the Guildhall. They have just come out to look at some English planes which were flying overhead to defend England from the raiders.

© Mary Evans/Robert Hunt Collection