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CROWNING THE KING: An Account of the Coronation Ceremonies, of George VI's Life, His Homes and Palaces

BROAD, Lewis

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London: Hutchinson & Co., nd [1952 or 1953]. First Edition. Small 4to. Publisher's blue cloth in original pictorial dust jacket. A very good copy in a good DJ. Jacket taped together at all folds (to verso), with significant chips and losses. Interior overall clean and bright throughout. Good and sound. 288pp. (Item ID: 18444)

Published on the occasion of the coronation of Elizabeth II. A detailed explanation of the history of English cororation ceremonies, with emphasis on that of George IV.



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