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Hope & Glory Jubilee Pub

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Introduction
This Windsor building was moved to the River Thames in London where £hundreds could be charged for lunch plus a riverside seat for the Jubilee Pageant! The pub’s name is taken from the 1902 song, “Land of Hope and Glory”, that at King Edward VII’s suggestion, was set to Elgar’s Pomp & Circumstance March No 1. There is more 22 carat gold here than on The King’s Head original, with EIIR in the central window and a gold crown under the main one.

 The mid-point at Westminster Bridge.

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Hazle Ceramics
The Hope & Glory
Limited Painting of 60
on Windsor King’s Head
With added 22 carat gold

Jubilee High St 2012

£59.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 One Thameside pub created these splendid iced Crown biscuits for the occasion. The classic Coronation chicken was likely on offer too!

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 The 18 oarsmen on The Gloriana, the Jubilee’s Royal Rowbarge, are lead by Steve Redgrave. With gold medals for endurance events at 5 Olympic Games, he may be the Greatest Olympian Ever.

The River Pageant
The specifically-built Royal Rowbarge headed a seven mile flotilla of 1000 steamers, ships, canoes and a lot more vessels from all over the world - with free public entry upon application. One yacht was at Queen Victoria’s 1897 Diamond Jubilee. Music included the London Philharmonic, the first floating bell tower plus fanfare trumpeters. Big screens lined the route for this largest Thames pageant in 350 years.

 The Queen and other Royal Family on the Spirit of Chartwell barge.

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