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Notables assembled in the Abbey annexe at 1937 Coronation
Notables assembled in the Abbey annexe at 1937 Coronation
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House of Lords 1914
House of Lords 1914
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1937 Coronation - Abbey guests stranded in rain after ceremo
1937 Coronation - Abbey guests stranded in rain after ceremo
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1937 Coronation - Peeresses don their coronets
1937 Coronation - Peeresses don their coronets
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The Queen and her canopy bearers
The Queen and her canopy bearers
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Positions of dignitaries, Coronation 1953
Positions of dignitaries, Coronation 1953
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Coronation 1953 - Crowning of Queen Elizabeth II
Coronation 1953 - Crowning of Queen Elizabeth II
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Peeress Tricorne Hat
Peeress Tricorne Hat
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New Life Peers 1958
New Life Peers 1958
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Life Peeress Takes Oath
Life Peeress Takes Oath
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Suffragette Womens Coronation Procession June 17, 1911
Suffragette Womens Coronation Procession June 17, 1911
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Notables assembled in the Abbey annexe at 1937 Coronation Featured Print

Notables assembled in the Abbey annexe at 1937 Coronation

Ecclesiastics, distinguished officers of state and regalia bearers awaiting the arrival of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in the tapestried hall of the temporary annexe of Westminster Abbey. On the extreme left is Viscount Lascelles, elder son of the Princess Royal, one of the King's train-bearers. The group left centre consists of the Duke of Buccleuch, the Lord Steward; Field-Marshal Lord Milne, bearer of the Second Sword; the Earl of Cromer, the Lord Chamberlain; and the Duchess of Norfolk, canopy bearer to the Queen. The two ecclesiastics standing in the centre are the Archbishop of York and the Bishop of London (bearer of the paten), while the group on the right foreground consists of the Duke of Abercorn, one of the four Knights of the Garter appointed to hold the canopy for the King's Anointing; the Earl of Lytton, another canopy-bearer; Major Algar H. S. Howard, Norroy King of Arms; and Lord Hailsham the Lord Chancellor. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans