Crowns and Regalia Imperial State Crown key ring

Imperial State Crown key ring

Product code: 28535T

Availability: In stock

The Imperial State Crown was designed for Queen Victoria, and has been worn by virtually every monarch since. The original crown underwent several changes over the years, and was replaced by a new one in the same style for the coronation of George VI in 1936. It was worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 at her Coronation, and is now worn annually at The State Opening of Parliament.

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The Imperial State Crown was designed for Queen Victoria, and has been worn by virtually every monarch since. The original crown underwent several changes over the years, and was replaced by a new one in the same style for the coronation of George VI in 1936. It was worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 at her Coronation, and is now worn annually at The State Opening of Parliament.

£6.99
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    • Silver plated pewter miniature key ring with keychain fitting.

      Hand-made in England.

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