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Bamfords decorated for a Royal visit, Lichfield

Bamfords occupied this site in Market Street from at least 1896 to around 1912. The building is here seen decorated, possibly to celebrate the coronation of Edward VII.

Bass & Co.'s offices, Burton upon Trent

A tinted lantern slide view of Bass & Co.'s old offices on High Street decorated for King Edward VII's visit to Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Burton Library. Lantern slide

Bass & Co.'s offices, Burton upon Trent

A tinted lantern slide view of Bass & Co.'s old offices on High Street decorated for King Edward VII's visit to Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Burton Library.

Bass & Co.'s offices, Burton upon Trent

A tinted lantern slide view of Bass & Co.'s old offices on High Street decorated for King Edward VII's visit to Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Burton Library.

Boscobel - The Royal Oak : copper-plate engraving

'King Charles and Col. Carless in the oak.' Showing King Charles II climbing into the tree. 'Published by J. Hatchard, Piccadily, 4 June 1806.'

Boscobel - The Royal Oak : engraving

The Royal Oak surrounded by a wall. 'D. Parkes, del., [drawn; July, 1807]; J. Basire, sc., [engraved]'

Boscobel - The Royal Oak : sepia drawing

The tree in a field, with a house in the distance. Artist: J. C. Buckler.

Boscobel - The Royal Oak : woodcut engraving

'The King in his disguise as a Roundhead, when he left Boscobel.' Showing King Charles II dressed as a Roundhead. Anonymous.

Burslem War Memorial, Swan Bank

The car approaching Burslem War Memorial is carrying Edward, the Prince of Wales. The police hold back crowds of people trying to catch a glimpse of the Prince.

Carnival procession in Carter Street, Uttoxeter

The coach containing the Carnival King and Queen is seen travelling along Carter Street, with several decorated cars and floats following it.

Celebratory archway over Stockwell Street, Leek

This arch was in honour of the Duke and Duchess of York who were visiting the town to open the new Technical Schools. The Latin motto reads, "If A Good Man Thrives All Thrive With Him".

Celebratory archway over Stockwell Street, Leek

This arch which reads, "Give Honour To Whom Honour Is Due", was one of several made especially for the Duke and Duchess of York's visit to the town. It stood at the top of Stockwell Street looking towards ...

Civic Offices, Newcastle-under-Lyme

These are the Civic Offices of Newcastle Borough Council. People are gathering for the visit of Queen Elizabeth. In 1973 Newcastle celebrated its Octocentenary, to mark the 800th anniversary of ...

Commemmorative programme celebrating the Royal Visit to Leek

The visit included the opening of the Leek Technical Schools by H.R.H. The Duchess of York, the laying of the gymnasium foundation stone by H.R.H. The Duke of York and a visit to Brough, Nicholson & Halls' ...

Cornerstone at Leek Municipal School

The design carved on the stone of young Hercules and the bees was the idea of the architect L. Sugden and the work of sculptor, A. Broadbent. The stone was laid by Millicent, Duchess of Sutherland. Despite ...

Crowd Awaiting the Arrival of the Prince of Wales, Stone,

View of the High Street during a visit from the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, who was passing through the town on his way from Sandon to the Potteries, via Trentham Park. The Prince inspected ...

Crowd standing under gateway, Leek

A group of adults and children stand beneath the arches of large fake castellated gateway. On the right, facing towards Heywood Street is the lower dyehouse, which became the Leek Post building.

Decorations for King Edward VII's visit to Alton

Decorations and people waiting for King Edward VII's car to pass by Station Bridge in Alton vilage on its way to Alton Towers, 21 November 1907.