[WELLINGTON (Arthur Charles Wellesley, 1849-1934, KG, from 1900 4th Duke) and his wife, 1872, Kathleen (née Williams, d. 1927)]

Printed Ticket to View the Royal Progress of George V and Queen Mary from the Grand Stand at Apsley House, and to Luncheon thereafter, with the Duke's crest gilt at the head, made out for Mr Victor Seymour Cochrane, with, on the verso, directions and a strong recommendation to use Marble Arch tube station, not the Down Street in Piccadilly (now disused), 2 sides green card 4¼" x 4¾", for Friday 23rd June directions on verso partly obscured by former laying down, else good

On Friday 23rd June, the day after the Coronation, the King and Queen made a Royal Progress to the City, leaving the Palace at 11 a.m. via Constitution Hill and Hyde Park Corner, and returning via Southwark.

Item Date:  1911

Stock No:  56593      £175

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