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Buckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection

Introducing the Buckingham Palace collection from our Acrylic Bloxs series. This exquisite range of home decor pays homage to the grandeur and history of one of the world's most iconic landmarks. Each Acrylic Blox piece meticulously captures the intricate details and timeless beauty of Buckingham Palace, transporting you right to the heart of London. Crafted from high-quality acrylic material, these sleek and modern designs add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room. Display them together to create a stunning wall art gallery or use them individually as unique accent pieces. Bring a piece of royal history into your home with the Buckingham Palace collection from our Acrylic Bloxs.

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarchy and has been a part of British history since 1703...

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Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: VE day. Winston churchill with the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

VE day. Winston churchill with the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. 8 May 1945

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace is the official London residence

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace, originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family)

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: A Royal Command Portrait at Buckingham Palace

A Royal Command Portrait at Buckingham Palace Queen Elizabeth II wearing an evening gown with the blue ribbon of Star of the Garter a diamond necklace ( a wedding present from the City of London)

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace 1953

Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace 1953

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954

Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh pictured together in the Grand Entrance in Buckingham Palace in 1954

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs. Pankhurst arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, while trying to present a petition to King George V, 21 May 1914

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Kennedys

Queen Elizabeth II and the Kennedys
President John F Kennedy and his wife Jackie, pictured with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at a State dinner party given at Buckingham Palace during a visit by the Kennedys

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Frederick Gorringes, London Department Store

Frederick Gorringes, London Department Store
The premises of Frederick Gorringes Ltd. - Buckingham Palace Road, London. A fine Department Store, opened in the early 1900s and closed sometime after 1960

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Gordon Highlanders

Gordon Highlanders
A detachment of Gordon Highlanders dip the colours to passing royalty near Buckingham Palace on Constitution Hill

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Band of the Coldstream Guards marching past Buckingham Palace during the rehearsal for Trooping

Band of the Coldstream Guards marching past Buckingham Palace during the rehearsal for Trooping the Colour, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten - Engagement

Princess Elizabeth and Lt Philip Mountbatten - Engagement
Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) (1926-2022) and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten (later Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh) (1921)

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on their coronation day, Buckingham Palace, 1953

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on their coronation day, Buckingham Palace, 1953
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of their coronation, Buckingham Palace, 1953. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Souvenir sepia photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge

Souvenir sepia photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge and a Telephone Box in London, England
Souvenir photos of tourist attractions in London, England showing scenes of Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Red Telephone Box

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Souvenir photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, and a Telephone Box in London, England

Souvenir photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, and a Telephone Box in London, England
Souvenir photos of tourist attractions in London, England showing scenes of Buckingham Palace, Guards, Big Ben, Red Telephone Box

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Arrest / Mrs Pankhurst

Arrest / Mrs Pankhurst
Mrs Pankhurst is lifted off the ground when arrested outside Buckingham Palace

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954

Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh pictured together in the Grand Entrance in Buckingham Palace in 1954

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: King George VI and Winston Churchill, 1940

King George VI and Winston Churchill, 1940
Wartime British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill photographed with King George VI and Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in September 1940 after the Palace had been damaged by German bombs during

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace, near Green Park, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Buckingham Palace, near Green Park, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Battersea Power Station, London

Battersea Power Station, London
From the 1930s to 1980s, Battersea Power Station was a working Power Station. At its peak, it was producing a fifth of London's power

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, 12th March 1953

HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, 12th March 1953. The Queen is shown wearing the Diamond Diadem, the sash, badge and star of the Order of the Garter

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II salutes

Queen Elizabeth II salutes
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh salute at the gates of Buckingham Palace, at the close of the Trooping of the Colour ceremony. 1953

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Winston Churchill and Ernest Bevin

Winston Churchill and Ernest Bevin
The photograph shows Winston Churchill and Ernest Bevin on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on VE Day

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again -

The Sex Pistols. 10th March 1977. London. There are back again - the group you love to hate ! After their outrageous TV performance, and being " Fired" by EMI Records

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of VE Day. 8th May 1995

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton

HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton
HM Queen Elizabeth II with her maids of honour, Green Drawing Room, Buckingham palace, 2nd June 1953. In selecting six Maids of Honour instead of pages to bear her velvet train throughout

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Containing Hysterical Beatles Fans at the Palace

Containing Hysterical Beatles Fans at the Palace
Beatles fans are contained by the police in front of the gates of Buckingham Palace, during a public appearance of the British band while it is received by the Queen, October 26

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild

Zebra-drawn trap of Lord Walter Rothschild
Rothschild broke in and trained several zebras to pull a trap, which he memorably used to visit Buckingham Palace in 1898 Date: 1898

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Fly Past

Fly Past
31st May 1956: Shackletons of RAF Coastal Command at a Fly Past over Buckingham Palace at the ceremony of Trooping the Colour. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: VE Day - royal family and Churchill on balcony

VE Day - royal family and Churchill on balcony
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother) together with their daughters, Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) in ATS uniform and Princess Margaret Rose, and Prime Minister

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: The last debs. Miss Lola Wigan seen here arriving at Buckingham Palace to be presented to

The last debs. Miss Lola Wigan seen here arriving at Buckingham Palace to be presented to the Queen. March 1953

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Royal Wedding 1947

Royal Wedding 1947
A page from The Tatler entitled, Happiness was the Keynote with two photographs of the wedding day of Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip)

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Rp4Driarddaa

Rp4Driarddaa
An image showing a union flag is projected onto Buckingham Palace in London as part of the " Brightening up London" campaign, December 23, 2003

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace N110240

Buckingham Palace N110240
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, Buckingham Palace Road, City of Westminster, London. Picturesque winter view. Coloured aquatint dated 1817 by R Hawell

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: King and Queen inspecting bomb damage at Buckingham Palace

King and Queen inspecting bomb damage at Buckingham Palace
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth pictured among the rubble at Buckingham Palace following German air raids during the Blitz, September 1940

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: UK, London, Buckingham Palace

UK, London, Buckingham Palace

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: UK, London, Buckingham Palace

UK, London, Buckingham Palace

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: King George VI and Clement Attlee, Buckingham Palace, 1945

King George VI and Clement Attlee, Buckingham Palace, 1945
Photograph of King George VI (1895-1952) and Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee, (1883-1967) in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, 1945

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace Stables BL18828_A

Buckingham Palace Stables BL18828_A
BUCKINGHAM PALACE STABLES, London. Interior view of the royal stables with a figure in a hat. Photographed by Bedford Lemere for Musgrave and Co in May 1905

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace 24445_009

Buckingham Palace 24445_009
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, London. Aerial view

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Admiralty Arch 1923 BL26970_009

Admiralty Arch 1923 BL26970_009
ADMIRALTY ARCH, The Mall, Westminster, London, photographed from the roof of the Grand Hotel in February 1924. Containing offices and residential accommodation

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace J060215

Buckingham Palace J060215
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, City of Westminster, London. Exterior view

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace K060091

Buckingham Palace K060091
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, London. Changing of the Guard. Soldiers marching

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Buckingham Palace K060089

Buckingham Palace K060089
BUCKINGHAM PALACE, London. Changing of the Guard. Soldiers marching

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Coronation Day - With a charmingly grandmotherly smile, Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother

Coronation Day - With a charmingly grandmotherly smile, Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, stoops to ask an enchanted Princess Anne whether she is enjoying the RAF fly-past as members of the Royal

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Souvenir sepia photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge

Souvenir sepia photos of Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge and a Telephone Box in London, England
Souvenir photos of tourist attractions in London, England showing scenes of Buckingham Palace, Guards, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Red Telephone Box

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family at the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, London

Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family at the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, London
Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II during the Celebrations in London with Prince Charles and Prince William

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: Souvenir of Buckingham Palace, London, England

Souvenir of Buckingham Palace, London, England
Buckingham Palace, London, England

Background imageBuckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection: LR2E8641QPK4N

LR2E8641QPK4N
Fireworks explode over Buckingham Palace during the Diamond Jubilee concert, in London June 4, 2012. Large crowds gathered on the grand red road leading to Queen Elizabeths sumptuous London palace



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Buckingham Palace Acrylic Blox Collection

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarchy and has been a part of British history since 1703 and has served as an important symbol of the monarchy for centuries. The palace is located in Westminster and consists of 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. The palace also houses an extensive art collection which includes works by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto. Buckingham Palace's architecture is a combination of Baroque style with neoclassical elements that give it a unique look. Its iconic façade features two wings connected by a central quadrangle with an ornate iron gate at its entrance. The palace grounds are also home to several gardens that were designed by renowned landscape architects such as Humphry Repton and Capability Brown. Buckingham Palace remains one of the most impressive in Europe today.
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