CROWNING THE KING: An Account of the Coronation Ceremonies, of George VI's Life, His Homes and Palaces
nd [1952 or 1953]·London
by BROAD, Lewis
London: Hutchinson & Co., nd [1952 or 1953]. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/good. Small 4to. Publisher's blue cloth in original pictorial dust jacket. A very good copy in a good DJ. Jacket taped together at all folds (to verso), with significant chips and losses. Interior overall clean and bright throughout. Good and sound. 288pp.
Published on the occasion of the coronation of Elizabeth II. A detailed explanation of the history of English cororation ceremonies, with emphasis on that of George IV. (Inventory #: 18444)
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