Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Shugborough

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Date:25th of May 1973

Description:Prince Phillip planting a tree at a Garden Party and tree planting at Shugborough Hall.


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1850s
Metal slice
Metal slice

Metal slice tapering blade with oval shaped hole at top and spatula like blade. ...

1870s
Portrait of a woman
Portrait of a woman

Cabinet card portrait of Susy MacNaghten, from an album of photographs belonging ...

1900s
Shugborough Hall
Shugborough Hall

A view of the west front of Shugborough Hall, taken before the attic storey of the ...

1920s
Stick puppet, by William Simmonds
Stick puppet, by William Simmonds

William Simmonds (1876-1968) trained initially as an architect. He then studied ...

1940s
Accordionist marionette, by Waldo Lanchester
Accordionist marionette, by Waldo Lanchester

Marionette of a female accordionist, with a painted face and short black hair, holding ...

1960s
Pianist marionette, by Douglas Hayward
Pianist marionette, by Douglas Hayward

Pianist used by Douglas Hayward in his puppet shows. Douglas Hayward had already ...

1980s
Gangster marionette, by Matthew Palmer
Gangster marionette, by Matthew Palmer

This large gangster marionette is called 'Al Caselsca'. He has a large nose and ...

2010s
Staffordshire Collections Quilt
Staffordshire Collections Quilt

Staffordshire Collections Quilt, 2016. This quilt is based on the collections held ...

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Creators: Mr K. P. Taylor - Creator

Image courtesy of: Staffordshire Museum Service

Donor ref:P2009.017.0005 (37/24490)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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