The Queen’s Beasts by H. Stanford London


Our story begins with ten beasts of myth and legend, painstakingly sculpted and arranged to form an imposing guard of honour at the entrance of Westminster Abbey. It was 2 June 1953 and they had been commissioned for a very important day – Her Majesty The Queen’s coronation. This is how the fascinating collection of Queen’s Beasts gained their name, with each one telling the story of the pivotal events and twists of fate that shaped the course of history, tracing royal bloodlines from medieval times to the present day.

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A hard cover edition with red boards, gilt lettering and unclipped, illustrated dust jacket. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text and black and white and colour illustrations are clear and legible. There is rubbing and some tearing to the edges of the dust jacket. There is fading to the spine of the dust cover. There is some rubbing to the edges of the book.

Now in a clear plastic cover to protect from damage.

Publisher: Newman Neame, London.

Publication Date: 1953.

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Weight 0.470 kg
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