2 June 2009
THE CORONATION ROBES OF BARON AND BARONESS WOODBRIDGE
Comprising: a gilt-metal and silver-plated baron's coronet, supplied by Ede & Ravenscroft, Chancery Lane, a gilt-metal and silver-plated baroness' coronet, a baron's robe, supplied by Ede & Ravenscroft, Chancery Lane and a baroness' robe (4)
Acquired by Arthur Charles Churchman, 1st Baron Woodbridge (1867-1949) and his wife Edith, daughter of J. A. Harvey, of London and Ipswich for the coronation of George VI.
Anonymous sale; Bonhams Oxford, 7 August 2007, lot 307.
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