From the Robin Hunt Reference Collection of Royal Memorabilia | George V (1910-1936), Jubilee and Commemorative Badges and Ephemera (approx. 200) | Silver Jubilee, 1935, including Commemorative Pen Knife; The 'Balmoral' Book Marker or Letter Opener; Cufflinks by Geo. Wadden of Westcliff-on-Sea, and regional badges and rosettes for, Royal Bath Hotel; Gillingham, Kent, Town Clark Medal; Finchley, Steward Rosette; Clacton Hospitals Pin Badge; Bradford Pin Badge and others; Royal Visits, including, Opening of Mersey Tunnel, 1934; Visit to Worksop, 1928; Visit to Liverpool, 1924, and others; Royal Wedding of The Duke of York, 1893; Death of George V, struck mostly in base metal, enamel and cardboard, a vast and eclectic array of Royal ephemera, many with pleasing novelty value, created to mark the most important celebrations of George V's reign, very fine to extremely fine, many still with their original packaging (approx. 200).
Viewing strongly recommended. Sold as described, no returns
Estimate: £200 - £300