A Commemorative Stool

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A Commemorative Stool

This stool commemorates the coronation of George VI in 1937 - this is recorded in an inscription on the underside. The finish may have been altered but this has the original upholstery. It was bought at a car boot sale. George VI became king after the abdication of his brother, Edward VII.

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