Event    From 2/6/1953  To 2/6/1953

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

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Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

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Chauncy Hare Townshend Schools - war damage

This plaque is on the central cotagey-looking building which looks undamaged....

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Coronation building

We really like this unusual plaque - so of its time with its calligraphic dec...

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Coronation decorations

Borough of Hornsey ERII 2 June 1953 Awarded to the residents of Bryanstone...

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Coronation railings

The railings erected to commemorate the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II w...

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Coronation tree - Embankment Gardens

This tree was planted to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, 1953.

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