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Choose from 116 pictures in our Britaincollectionroyaltydukeofedinburgh collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Soccer - FA Cup Final - Manchester United v Aston Villa - Wembley Stadium, London Featured Print

Soccer - FA Cup Final - Manchester United v Aston Villa - Wembley Stadium, London

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh shakes hands with Aston Villa's Peter Aldis (fourth r) as Villa captain Johnny Dixon (second l) presents his team before the match. The other Villa players are (r-l) Peter McParland, Bill Myerscough, Stan Lynn, Aldis, Pat Saward, Jimmy Dugdale


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Thatcher dinner Featured Print

Thatcher dinner

The Queen and Baroness Thatcher (right), together with the Duke of Edinburgh (left) and Dennis Thatcher, enter Claridge's in London for a glittering dinner tonight (Monday) to celebrate the former Prime Minister's 70th birthday Baroness Thatcher greeted the Queen warmly, laying to rest past speculation that the two women did not get on with each other. See PA Story ROYAL Thatcher.


Queen Elizabeth - Standards and Guidon ceremony Featured Print

Queen Elizabeth - Standards and Guidon ceremony

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II in her role as Colonel-in-Chief of the Household Cavalry, and the Duke of Edinburgh, arrive at the Presentation of Standards and Guidon ceremony in London's Horseguards Parade. * In a ceremony which occurs just once every 10 years, the Queen was being escorted, in a horse-drawn carriage, from Buckingham Palace to Horse Guards in Central London by cavalrymen of the Life Guards, where the old Standards and Guidon - banners - were being paraded for the last time. The new Colours and Guidon were then being brought on to the parade ground and, following consecration by the clergy, were being paraded before the Queen.