This doll is dressed in royal clothing, including a crown.
It was bought 59 years ago by the owner's mother who saw an advert for it in a newspaper, shortly before Queen Elizabeth's Coronation.
The doll has a handle on its stomach which, when wound, makes the doll sing 'God Save The Queen'. However, it has limited appeal as, as the owner says, "it's a bit 'spooky'". It is worth £80-£120.
Did you know? Over 20 million people watched the BBC coverage of the Coronation. Many people crowded round neighbours' sets to watch television for the first time.