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Long Live Victoria!, England, 1838 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Our pocket square is a faithful reproduction of a silk handkerchief made to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria in Westminster Abbey and shows the enduring affection for the Queen. The inscription reads: 'LONG LIVE VICTORIA QUEEN OF ENGLAND' 'CORONATION OF HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA JUNE 1838’
A beautiful addition to your collection. This cream and blue blend pocket square with an intricate and bright central panel allows an outfit to be changed in moments, with a change in fold. It provides the perfect foil when worn with a blue jacket in the puff fold.
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