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A match box holder made by Thomas Littleton Green, who worked from the very last Tunbridge Ware Manufactory in Rye, East Sussex between 1931 and 1939.

Green created the design with the crown in anticipation of Edward VIII's coronation. The letters 'ER' and the date '1937' flanked the centrally placed crown. With the abdication of Edward, Green adapted his design for the coronation of King George VI by replacing the letters 'ER' with 'GR'.
 

Dimensions

W 6cm D 4cm H 2.5cm




Stock number

W6205

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