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Rose & Crown

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Rose & Crown
King Edward III used a golden rose as a personal badge while his son John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, used a red rose, and son Edmund, 1st Duke of York, used white. After the dynastic Wars of the Roses 1455-85 a red-and-white Tudor rose, often crowned, was a symbol of the English monarchy - as seen below. Pubs adopted such emblems as a signal of allegiance to the Crown.

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Hazle Ceramics
Rose & Crown
on London Red Lion
Cast 1991-2000
Fewer pubs are called this than The Red Lion, both in real life and Hazle Ceramics. Other pubs include Victoria & Albert, Flanagan’s and Murphy’s. Many Hazle models are in this area.

 The model’s Red Lion at 2 Duke of York Street London SW1 is not far from the Rose & Crown below.

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 Sign at medieval Rose & Crown Pub and Hotel that overlooks Salisbury Cathedral.

 At 2 Old Park Lane London W1. It was The Oliver Cromwell in 1643 whilst his bodyguards lived here, becoming the Rose & Crown in 1678.

 Another Greene King pub, this Rose & Crown bar is in the upper function room with its own restaurant. Like many pubs, live sports are available on TV.

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