Event    From 20/6/1897  To 20/6/1897

Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria

Categories: Royalty

Shortly before this event, in September 1896 Victoria had become the longest-reigning monarch in British history, beating George III, the previous holder. Victoria reigned 1837 - 1901, 64 years.

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Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria

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Lewisham Clock Tower

{On the bronze plaque:} This clock tower was erected to commemorate the Diamo...

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee fountain - WC2

Erected by the Board of Works for the St Giles district to commemorate the si...

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in Wanstead

The Latin quotation is interesting. It is from the Bible, Proverbs 3;16, and...

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee - W1

Not the most flattering portrait of the old dear.

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St George's Circus - clock tower

Our image comes from Historic England where we found the designer, Groll, but...

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Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria

Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria

The fiftieth anniversary of the accession of Queen Victoria was celebrated on Monday 20 June 1887. In George Gissing's 1894 novel 'In the Year of Jubilee' characters discuss whether to participate...

Event, Royalty

10 memorials
Queen Victoria's first visit to the City of London (as queen)

Queen Victoria's first visit to the City of London (as queen)

In the Temple Bar ceremony the Queen, or King, stops so that the Lord Mayor of London can presents the Sword of State as a sign of loyalty. After the Temple Bar was removed this ceremony continued ...

Event, Royalty

1 memorial
Victoria, Duchess of Kent

Victoria, Duchess of Kent

Born Coberg. Mother of Queen Victoria. Her first marriage to Prince of Leiningen produced two children. Widowed, she married again in 1818 to Prince Edward, Duke of Kent at Coburg, (and again at Ke...

Person, Royalty

1 memorial
Duke Arthur of Connaught, Field Marshall

Duke Arthur of Connaught, Field Marshall

Duke of Connaught and Strathearn. Third son of Queen Victoria. After WW1 if you wanted a statue or memorial unveiled Connaught was your man. Go to the Royal Artillery Monument to see him in action....

Person, Royalty

10 memorials
George, Duke of Kent

George, Duke of Kent

Son of George V. Born York Cottage, Sandringham. Honorary member of Lincoln's Inn. 1934 created Duke of Kent and married Marina. Rumoured to have had affairs with Jessie Matthews and Noel Coward. D...

Person, Royalty, Tragedy

War dead, WW2
3 memorials