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The Earl of Home hurrying along Great College Street together with his page who I believe is his only son David Douglas-Home now the 15th Earl Home. They have an appointment at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2nd June, 1953 B. Lowe

The Earl of Home hurrying along Great College Street together with his page who I believe is his only son David Douglas-Home now the 15th Earl Home. They have an appointment at Westminster Abbey for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2nd June, 1953 B. Lowe

Sir Cecil Beaton took this photograph of Queen Elizabeth posed in front of the Waterloo Urn at Buckingham Palace in 1938.

Sir Cecil Beaton took this photograph of Queen Elizabeth posed in front of the Waterloo Urn at Buckingham Palace in 1938.

Seline, Viscountess Devonport,, sporting a diamond star tiara in front of her coronet in 1911.

Seline, Viscountess Devonport,, sporting a diamond star tiara in front of her coronet in 1911.

Olga, Countess Hohenfelsen (right) with Infanta Eulalia of Spain at Madame de Yturbe's Hungarian ball in Paris in 1912.

Olga, Countess Hohenfelsen (right) with Infanta Eulalia of Spain at Madame de Yturbe's Hungarian ball in Paris in 1912.

Mary Eastman (British, c.1953)   Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, seated three-quarter length, in royal dress  signed and dated 'Mary Eastman/1953' (lower left)   oil on canvas   40 x 30 in. (101.6 x 76.2 cm.)

Mary Eastman (British, c.1953) Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, seated three-quarter length, in royal dress signed and dated 'Mary Eastman/1953' (lower left) oil on canvas 40 x 30 in. (101.6 x 76.2 cm.)

Queen Mary with the Duchess of Kent (right) and the Duchess of Beaufort

Queen Mary with the Duchess of Kent (right) and the Duchess of Beaufort

This is Queen Elizabeth when she was very young, isn't she stunning!!!

This is Queen Elizabeth when she was very young, isn't she stunning!!!

Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife in her coronation robes, 1937. Here can be seen the unfortunate effect of rehanging the train from the top of the shoulder. As originally designed the train was hung from the back of the shoulder and the cords & tassels hung from a more logical position.

Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife in her coronation robes, 1937. Here can be seen the unfortunate effect of rehanging the train from the top of the shoulder. As originally designed the train was hung from the back of the shoulder and the cords & tassels hung from a more logical position.

John, 9th Duke of Rutland, and his bride, Kathleen Tennant (Kakoo), on their wedding at St Margarets Church, Westminster, on January 27, 1916

John, 9th Duke of Rutland, and his bride, Kathleen Tennant (Kakoo), on their wedding at St Margarets Church, Westminster, on January 27, 1916

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