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Jan 25, 2011
A small homage to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Colin Firth and the talented cast of the Tom Hooper film: "The King's Speech" in nomination for the 2011 Oscars. A captivating movie on the Royal family I loved in scrapbooks as a chi
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Jan 25, 2011
Great movie, great treasury!!!
The Lucite High heels are amazingly fabulous!!
Loved the movie!
Love this Treasury!
The Royal are a fascinating group!
We vintage jewelry lovers and sellers owe them a great deal! They had fabulous jewelry, which was promptly copied for all of the common folk.
You're so right Gilded. Their jewelry has been copied a lot. My elderly cousin gave me her scrapbooks of the Royal family...everything was in there about the Windsors. Did I dream! Unfortunately they were ruined by dampness when stored.
That King George mug is adorable!
Beautiful crown and scepter brooch!
love the treasury!
look at those amazing shoes!
Great idea! I loved the movie too! Highly recommend it to everyone!
Wonderful theme and brilliant treasury!
Can't wait to see the movie... although here in England we call it a film! :-)
Thank you for including my commemorative edition of the Radio Times along with all these other fascinating picks.
Fabulous illustration of the theme!
I'm definitely going to have to see it! Great treasury!
Too cool!!!!! Great treasury!
Collin Firth...sigh...I can't wait to see the movie! What a great tribute!
It's always fun to read about the Royals...great finds!
This is awesome! Well done!
oh the shoooooooooooeees!
I adore the radio and the tin frame!
Yes pinguim...the shoooooooooes! Aren't they incredible?
Did Someone say Collin Ferth?
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