A superb, original banner for the coronation of King George VI.
This is a wonderful banner made all the more interesting because it’s been crafted from an Edward VIII banner which, due to his short reign and subsequent abdication, left little time to create new pieces. This is a great example of the wartime ‘make do and mend’ philosophy.
A terrific piece of history and an excellent display piece.
275cm long (approx 9ft)
Condition: Where there are specific points to note we will detail these as far as possible but please be aware that all our items have wear commensurate with age and are as seen in the photographs. If you require any specific information please do not hesitate to get in contact. Please note: associated wear and tear as seen.
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