British Royalty - Ceremonies - Trooping the Colour - London - 1954
The Queen's official birthday was celebrated today (Thursday) with the traditional ceremony of 'Trooping the Colour', this year that of the Coldstream Guards, on Horse Guards Parade.
Retaining the famed straight ranks, the Guards march past the Queen, who is at left with the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duke of Gloucester.
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Polo - Royal Windsor Horse Show Challenge Cup - Cowdray Park v Windsor Park - Smith's Lawn, Windsor
**Scanned low-res off contact** Queen Elizabeth II presents medals to members of the Cowdray Park polo team who had just beaten the Duke of Edinburgh's Windsor Park side for the Royal Windsor Horse Show Challenge Cup on Smith's Lawn, Windsor Great park. Princess Anne watches from behind.
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Royalty - Coronation Naval Review - Portsmouth
The Queen, smiling happily, with the Duke of Edinburgh and high officers of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation whom she received aboard the Royal yacht, the dispatch vessel HMS Surprise, before leaving Portsmouth for the Coronation Naval Review at Spithead. Left to right - Lieutenant-General Alfred Gruenther, successor to General Ridgway as Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) chief: the Queen: Admiral Lynde McCormick, Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic: Lord Ismay (Nato Secretary General): and the Duke of Edinburgh.