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01035 Collection (#3)

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Background image01035 Collection: The Queen examines a Royal Doulton crystal goblet presented to her by the Lord Mayor

The Queen examines a Royal Doulton crystal goblet presented to her by the Lord Mayor, Councillor John Edwards, at the City Hall

Background image01035 Collection: Dewi, regimental mascot of the 3rd (V) Battalion, Royal Regiment of Wales

Dewi, regimental mascot of the 3rd (V) Battalion, Royal Regiment of Wales, is on his nest behaviour as Queen Elizabeth II completes her inpection, accompanied by Liut-Col. B

Background image01035 Collection: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh watched lads of the Army Cadet Force as they demonstrate

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh watched lads of the Army Cadet Force as they demonstrate first aid, during his visit to Newtown. 22nd May 1958

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II with Lord Lieutenant, Major-General G. T. Raikes at Brecon Station

Queen Elizabeth II with Lord Lieutenant, Major-General G. T. Raikes at Brecon Station. During Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburghs tour of Wales. 6th August 1955

Background image01035 Collection: A smiling Queen Elizabeth II watches children in the play area at the opening of Aberfan

A smiling Queen Elizabeth II watches children in the play area at the opening of Aberfan Community Centre. 9th March 1973

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II visiting Wales during the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh

Queen Elizabeth II visiting Wales during the Queen and the Duke of Edinburghs tour of Wales. August 1955

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburghs tour of Wales

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburghs tour of Wales. Queen Elizabeth II gives the crowd a wave of goodbye as she leaves the jetty after her tour. 7th August 1955

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II pauses to talk to one of the women on the assembly line during her

Queen Elizabeth II pauses to talk to one of the women on the assembly line during her walkabout at the Hoover factory in Merthyr. 9th March 1973

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II visiting Wales. The Queen with the Duke of Edinburgh

Queen Elizabeth II visiting Wales. The Queen with the Duke of Edinburgh and Councillor John de Winton, who is president of the Brecknockshire Agriculture Society Show

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II walks towards the dais to receive the salute of the Guard of Honour of

Queen Elizabeth II walks towards the dais to receive the salute of the Guard of Honour of the 3rd Battalion Royal Regiment of Wales, with Colonel B.M Pim, Commander of the Cardiff Garrison

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II visiting Brecon, Wales, during the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh

Queen Elizabeth II visiting Brecon, Wales, during the Queen and the Duke of Edinburghs tour of Wales. August 1955

Background image01035 Collection: The oldest inhabitant of Merthyr Vale and Aberfan, Mrs Mary Jane Jones

The oldest inhabitant of Merthyr Vale and Aberfan, Mrs Mary Jane Jones, aged 93 of Aberfan, waves to Queen Elizabeth II outside the villages new community centre. 9th March 1973

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II visits Cardiff. The Queen, accompanied by W

Queen Elizabeth II visits Cardiff. The Queen, accompanied by W.R Jeffcott, chairman of the Hospital Management Committee, stops to talk to some of the crowd who waited to see her as she walked

Background image01035 Collection: As Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Town Hall, Merthyr, she jokes with the Mayoress (Mrs C

As Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Town Hall, Merthyr, she jokes with the Mayoress (Mrs C.G Jones). Behind is the Town Clerk, Mr Selwyn Jones. 9th March 1973

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II is pictured with Sir Hugo Boothby in the art gallery at the National

Queen Elizabeth II is pictured with Sir Hugo Boothby in the art gallery at the National Museum of Wales. 19th December 1968

Background image01035 Collection: Mr James Griffiths, Secretary of State for Wales was with Queen Elizabeth II as she

Mr James Griffiths, Secretary of State for Wales was with Queen Elizabeth II as she walked through the crowds at Singleton Park, Swansea. 26th June 1965

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II tours the Hoover factory at Merthyr after her visit to Aberfan

Queen Elizabeth II tours the Hoover factory at Merthyr after her visit to Aberfan - and she was presented with a washing machine. With her is Chairman Mr F.N Mansager. 9th March 1973

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II tours the Wholesale Fruit Centre in Cardiff. 26th June 1965

Queen Elizabeth II tours the Wholesale Fruit Centre in Cardiff. 26th June 1965

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Guildhall, Swansea, with Mayor Alderman F. C Jones

Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Guildhall, Swansea, with Mayor Alderman F. C Jones
Queen Elizabeth II leaves the Guildhall, Swansea, with Mayor Alderman F.C Jones. 26th June 1965

Background image01035 Collection: ELIZABETH HURLEY epd dbase msi glossary

ELIZABETH HURLEY epd dbase msi glossary

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II with the patients of Rockwood Hospital, Cardiff. 10th July 1953

Queen Elizabeth II with the patients of Rockwood Hospital, Cardiff. 10th July 1953

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II cuts a ribbon at the Wholesale & Fruit Centre, Cardiff

Queen Elizabeth II cuts a ribbon at the Wholesale & Fruit Centre, Cardiff, watched by 9-year-old Miss S.K Gilbert. 26th June 1965

Background image01035 Collection: The Royal Family at Holyhead en route to Scotland. 10th August 1965

The Royal Family at Holyhead en route to Scotland. 10th August 1965

Background image01035 Collection: The Abse family, left to right, daughter Bathsheba, mother Marjorie, father Leo and son

The Abse family, left to right, daughter Bathsheba, mother Marjorie, father Leo and son, Toby. November 1984

Background image01035 Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh walk back to the Guildhall

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh walk back to the Guildhall, Swansea, after the Queen had inspected the Guard of Honour mounted by the First Battalion The Welsh Guards

Background image01035 Collection: Leo Abse, MP for Pontypool, having breakfast with his wife Marjorie

Leo Abse, MP for Pontypool, having breakfast with his wife Marjorie and children - Tobias age 11, Bathsheba age 13 - in the garden of his home in London. With them is their pug dog Trotsky

Background image01035 Collection: Mr Leo Abse, MP, giving a pint of blood at the South Wales Branch of the Medical Aid for

Mr Leo Abse, MP, giving a pint of blood at the South Wales Branch of the Medical Aid for Vietnams first blood donation session held at Transport Hall, Charles Street, Cardiff. 5th October 1968

Background image01035 Collection: Senator George McGovern entertained to a private dinner party by Leo Abse, MP

Senator George McGovern entertained to a private dinner party by Leo Abse, MP, at his home in St Johns Wood, London. Pictured, left to right, Mrs Leo Abse, Senator George McGovern, Mr Leo Abse

Background image01035 Collection: Cannes Film Festival 1997. The 50th Cannes Film Festival was held on 7th to 18th May 1997

Cannes Film Festival 1997. The 50th Cannes Film Festival was held on 7th to 18th May 1997. Our Picture Shows... Sigourney Weaver, actress starring in film The Ice Storm

Background image01035 Collection: The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a 'medieval football'

The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a "medieval football"
The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a " medieval football" game played annually on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday in the town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire

Background image01035 Collection: The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a 'medieval football'

The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a "medieval football"
The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a " medieval football" game played annually on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday in the town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire

Background image01035 Collection: Manchester United Homecoming on an open-top bus May 1999 mobbed by fans at the start of

Manchester United Homecoming on an open-top bus May 1999 mobbed by fans at the start of their homecoming tour of the city

Background image01035 Collection: The Duke of Edinburgh walks through the lines of flag waving pupils at Kitchener Road

The Duke of Edinburgh walks through the lines of flag waving pupils at Kitchener Road School. September 1965

Background image01035 Collection: Manchester United Football Team Celebrations May 1999 Manchester United bus in

Manchester United Football Team Celebrations May 1999 Manchester United bus in Manchester

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Manchester United Homecoming on an open-top bus May 1999 mobbed by fans at the start of

Manchester United Homecoming on an open-top bus May 1999 mobbed by fans at the start of their homecoming tour of the city

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a 'medieval football'

The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a "medieval football"
The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a " medieval football" game played annually on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday in the town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire

Background image01035 Collection: The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a 'medieval football'

The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a "medieval football"
The traditional Royal Shrovetide Football Match, a " medieval football" game played annually on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday in the town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire

Background image01035 Collection: HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at the Ladies Spring Fair at Cardiff City Hall. 1st May 1964

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at the Ladies Spring Fair at Cardiff City Hall. 1st May 1964

Background image01035 Collection: Cannes Film Festival 1997. The 50th Cannes Film Festival was held on 7th to 18th May 1997

Cannes Film Festival 1997. The 50th Cannes Film Festival was held on 7th to 18th May 1997. Our Picture Shows... actor Johnny Depp, in town to promote new film The Brave, which he also directs

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Background image01035 Collection: Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963

Slum areas of Leicester. 18th October 1963



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