Posts Tagged "Churchill crest"

Silver Decanter, Tray, 6 Goblets: CHURCHILL CENTENARY by Mappin & Web, 1974

Posted on Oct 24, 2012

Silver Decanter, Tray, 6 Goblets: CHURCHILL CENTENARY by Mappin & Web, 1974

A silver gilt tray, decanter and six goblets 1974. A superb set of silverware commemorating the Churchill Centenary…

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CHURCHILL MEMORIAL MEDALS – SET OF 2 – 1965

Posted on Oct 4, 2012

CHURCHILL MEMORIAL MEDALS – SET OF 2 – 1965

Set of 2 gold medals in original presentation case. Both number 286. Winston Churchill Memorial Medals from 1965. By Leslie E. Pinches United Kingdom. Emitted by John Pinches…

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ABBEYDALE VASE, 1964 – WINSTON CHURCHILL HONORARY US CITIZENSHIP: CHURCHILLIANA

Posted on Oct 1, 2012

ABBEYDALE VASE, 1964 – WINSTON CHURCHILL HONORARY US CITIZENSHIP: CHURCHILLIANA

One of the truly beautiful Churchilliana pieces. The Abbeydale Vase, 1964. The Honorary Citizenship of the United States of America was bestowed upon Churchill in April 1963. He was too ill to attend the ceremony in Washington so his son Randolph…

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80th BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE BOOK – PRESENTED TO SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

Posted on Aug 19, 2012

80th BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE BOOK – PRESENTED TO SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL

A lavish production, the binding is full padded blue calf skin with the Churchill crest in gilt on the front cover, raise bands on the spine with the V for Victory sign in gilt in each of the panels. It comes in a blue buckram slipcase and the original box. It is printed on hand-made deckle-edged paper..

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THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL STATUE APPEAL 1970

Posted on Aug 15, 2012

THE WINSTON CHURCHILL MEMORIAL STATUE APPEAL 1970

This is a folio volume that gives the names of all the people and companies who gave money for the statue in Parliament Square launched on 27th February 1970, by the Rt. Worshipful The Lord Mayor of Westminster. The volume is bound in full sturdy green buckram, with a leather label on the upper cover showing Churchill’s crest. The statue committee most gratefully acknowledges the generosity of Mr. Bray who gave the paper and binding for the book and whose firm Messrs. Sangorski and Sutcliffe bound the books free of charge. The volume contains one loose leaf – To  W.S.C. by Viscount Norwich. Very scarce. Estimated value:...

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