A model 658 chair designed in 1951 by Robin Day for Hille. The chair was originally developed for the Royal Festival Hall.

Robin Day Festival Hall 658 chair

Wood chair with navy blue upholstery on seat back and seat cushion.

Piccadilly Circus, 1967

Piccadilly Circus, july 1967 x

HRH

Queen Elizabeth II Marks 65 Years on Britain’s Throne. Image: Queen Elizabeth II in 2009

Queen Elizabeth’s Wedding Cake, 1947

Iconic weddings: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh The wedding cake was certainly fit for royalty, reaching nine-feet high and weighing 500 pounds. One tier was saved for the christening of the couple's first child, Prince Charles.

Bus

Nicholas Stevenson Nicholas Stevenson: Get on the bus!

Christopher Brown. Illustrator. UK.

A Miss Marple Book - agatha-christie Photo

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Paul Smith: I love him!

Robin Day 675 chairs

Robin Day 675 chairs, via Modern Room

Made in London

Lilipinso/"Big Little Bus" canvas cm/Accessories Art&Prints

A boy crosses in front of a double-decker bus, pulling a miniature version behind him.

Mark Hearld's home and studio in York

Mark Hearld's flat and studio in Portland Street, York

UK

UK Stamp: London Underground Map Designed by Harry Beck

Edward Bawden, Royal Pavilion, Brighton, 1956

'The Royal Pavilion,' Brighton by English painter, printmaker & designer Edward Bawden Colored linocut.

The Guildhall - Edward Bawden

Edward Bawden — The Guildhall from Nine London Monuments, 1966

The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire's drawing room at the Old Vicarage.

Pink living room in Chatsworth House, the home of the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire

FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN 1951. EDWARD MILLER'S ABACUS SCREEN

FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN 1951. EDWARD MILLER'S ABACUS SCREEN

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