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The Best of the Bunch

From c1596 in Queen Elizabeth I’s era, The Garrick Inn is still going strong, much like Queen Elizabeth II! The ceramic names Farmer George (George III) as our longest King 1561-1620, and Queen Victoria 1837-1901, now passed by our Queen as the longest reigning monarch.

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Hazle Ceramics
The Best of the Bunch
Rare Altered Mould of 63
Painted by Hazle Boyles
on Stratford Garrick Inn
Originally cast 1991-2000

 Elizabeth became Queen at 26 on 6 February 1952. This portrait of Her Coronation on 2 June 1953 at Westminster Abbey was by the society photographer Cecil Beaton, a Royal favourite. © V&A Musuem

HM The Queen’s Longest Reign
On 9 Sep 2015 HM’s 63 year reign overtook Queen Victoria’s by a day.
On 13 Oct 2016 she was the world’s longest reigning living monarch after Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyade died. On 5 Feb 2017 she had the first UK Sapphire Jubilee reign - 65 years.

Renamed in the 1600s after celebrated Shakesperean actor Sir David Garrick made Stratford, the playwright’s home, famous.

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 In the nursery rhyme the fyne lady who rides a white horse to Banbury Cross is Celia Fiennes. In the 1600s she rode through every county and kept a now famous journal.

 “Lilibet” the name she gave herself and is known by family, at 3. TIME cover 29 April 1929.

 Working on Government red “boxes”, this official “longest reign” photo was suggested and taken by Mary McCartney, daughter of former Beatle Sir Paul.

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