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Illustrated London News 1936 (Record of the Lying-in-State and funeral of King George V)

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Product description

The Pictorial Record of the Funeral and Lying in State of King George V in 1936. This newspaper has 80 pages fully illustrated with photographs of all aspects of the funeral and Lying in State of the King. It provides an excellent pictorial record of the occasion and of Britain at the time. The newspaper is in reasonable condition with some tearing to the cover pages and wear to the inside pages. The magazine will be of great interest to anyone with an interest in Royalty or the great occasions of state. It is also an excellent portrayal of the period and will interest any students of History.

Item details

Added value:
Fully illustrasted original publication
Author(s):
Illustrated London News
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
37 X 26 cm
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
80
Publisher:
Illustrated London News
Royal/reign:
George V
Title:
Illustrated London News 1936 (Record of the Lying-in-State and funeral of King George V)
To commemorate:
Funeral and Lying-in-State of George 5

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The Pictorial Record of the Funeral and Lying in State of King George V in 1936. This newspaper has 80 pages fully illustrated with photographs of all aspects of the funeral and Lying in State of the King. It provides an excellent pictorial record of the occasion and of Britain at the time. The newspaper is in reasonable condition with some tearing to the cover pages and wear to the inside pages. The magazine will be of great interest to anyone with an interest in Royalty or the great occasions of state. It is also an excellent portrayal of the period and will interest any students of History.

Added value:
Fully illustrasted original publication
Author(s):
Illustrated London News
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
37 X 26 cm
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
80
Publisher:
Illustrated London News
Royal/reign:
George V
Title:
Illustrated London News 1936 (Record of the Lying-in-State and funeral of King George V)
To commemorate:
Funeral and Lying-in-State of George 5

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