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ANTIQUE JUNE 27, 1911 THE BEAUTIFUL CARPET USED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY Specially Made for KING GEORGE’S CORONATION by TEMPLETONS OF GLASGOW for the well-known firm MAPLE & CO BEAUTIFUL ROYAL BLUE with DECORATIONS OF ROSES, THISTLES, SHAMROCKS and MONOGRAMS of the KING & QUEEN THE SPHERE EPHEMERA / ROYALTY / FURNISHINGS / COLLECTIBLES / HISTORY | British & Far East Traders Lifestyle & Shopping Blog
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ANTIQUE

JUNE 27, 1911

THE BEAUTIFUL CARPET

USED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY

Specially Made for

KING GEORGE’S CORONATION

by TEMPLETONS OF GLASGOW

for the well-known firm

MAPLE & CO

BEAUTIFUL ROYAL BLUE

with DECORATIONS OF

ROSES, THISTLES, SHAMROCKS

and MONOGRAMS

of the KING & QUEEN

THE SPHERE

EPHEMERA /

ROYALTY /

FURNISHINGS /

COLLECTIBLES /

HISTORY 

 
DETAILS:
 
MEASUREMENTS:
9 1/2 inches x 7 1/2 inches 
 
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