George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939
George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939
George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939
George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939
George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939
George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939
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George VI and Queen Elizabeth - A Pair of Royal Presentation Portrait Photographs, 1939

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Each overall: 26cm (10in) x 18cm (7in)

A pair of quarter length autographed signed portraits of George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The King depicted the uniform of an Admiral of the Fleet; the Queen in state dress and wearing Queen Mary’s Fringe Tiara, the Royal Family Order of George VI, and the insignia of the Imperial Order of the Crown of India. The King's portrait signed to the lower mount - George R.[ex] I.[mperator] by the sitter and dated 1939 bearing the trade label of royal photographer Dorothy Wilding verso.  The Queen’s portrait signed and dated by the sitter ‘Elizabeth R’ also bearing the trade label of the photographer verso. Each contained in blue morocco easel backed presentation glazed frames, respectively embossed with gilt crowned ‘GVIR’ and ‘ER’ cyphers.