Coronation Proclamation 1952

Star Item
  • Add to Favourites
  • View as stills
  • Description

    Royal Exchange and St. James' Palace, London.

    GV. Procession passing through City of London towards Royal Exchange. (first 7 for super title) SV. Household Cavalry on way to Royal Exchange. SV. Children in crowd. STV. Pikemen arriving at Royal Exchange. STV. People watching from office roofs. GV. Crowd before Royal Exchange. LV. Various dignitaries on steps of Royal Exchange including Lord Mayor, Sir Leslie Boyce. Proclamation being read from steps of Exchange. SV. Proclamation being read by Sir Arthur Cochrane, Claranceux King of Arms. SV. Pikemen lining route in front of crowd. LV. Proclamation being read. GV. Crowd. SV. Proclamation finishing.

    GBV. Guards marching to St. James Palace. Palace in background. SV. children and policeman watching. LV. Garter King at Arms, Sir George Bellew, reading out proclamation "And we do hereby signify and declare that it is our royal will and pleasure that such part only of the solemnity and ceremony of our royal coronation as is usually upon the coronation of the Kings and Queens of this realm solemnised in Westminster Abbey shall take place." Shots around the Palace - call of 'God Save The Queen'. LV. St. James - for fanfare trumpets.

    (Orig.Neg. & Orig.Rota Lav.) (Orig."E")

    Selected Originals exist for this item - see other records.

  • Tags

  • Data

    Archive
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    12/06/1952
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    26961
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    12.25
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration
    00:01:17:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:27:48:00 / 01:29:05:00
    Canister:
    52/48
    Sort Number:
    52/048
  • Appears in...

    Categories
    Historical Figures & Celebrities Lifestyle & Culture War & Revolution
    WorkSpaces
    bbc history 1952 Proclamation of the Queen
  • Stills

Comments (0)

We always welcome comments and more information about our films.

All posts are reactively checked. Libellous and abusive comments are forbidden.

Add your comment

To post a comment, please Register or to add a comment
24 January 2015 marks 50 years since the death of British Prime Minister and international statesman, Sir Winston Churchill. British Pathé’s cameras followed Churchill throughout his career.
churchill
If you are a media professional and have seen some footage or stills you wish to include in your production, please contact us.
laurelhardy
2014 marks 100 years since the start of World War One. To honour this landmark occasion, British Pathé have launched this definitive collection of WW1 films.
yardstare

Related Videos

Hide
Bobbie Comber

Bobbie Comber

Comedian Bobbie Comber sings 'There's Another Trumpet Playing [Blowing] In the Sky'.

Paramount Mastersingers

Paramount Mastersingers

The Paramount Mastersingers sing 'The Trumpeteer'.

Lance Fairfax

Lance Fairfax

Lance Fairfax sings the famous ballad 'The Trumpeter'.

Soldiers Marching

Soldiers Marching

Material showing British soldiers marching and trumpeters blowing bugles.

Louis Armstrong Tours Africa

Louis Armstrong Tours Africa

American black jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong tours Africa.

The Trumpeters Meet

The Trumpeters Meet

Two famous trumpeters meet in Rome to decide which is better.

Hot Gospel In Hamburg

Hot Gospel In Hamburg

A Gospel group "Trumpets of the Lord" perform in Hamburg

Royal Drummer And Trumpeters

Royal Drummer And Trumpeters

Royal drummer and trumpeters from the Royal Household Cavalry Band

On 14th April 1912, four days into her maiden voyage, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg. These 15 images have been selected from Pathe's Titanic collection.
Titanic
Verbal warfare at its best. Here are some of history's greatest retorts and snarling insults. These people certainly didn't mince their words!
pope
The Duke of Edinburgh has many talents, but it is his unique way with words that often receives the most attention. 
Philip
British Pathe captured many extraordinary events on film over its 80 year history but sometimes the cameras were switched on when tragedy struck.
Franz Reichelt
Are you guilty of perpetuating a story regardless of its truth? Here are some classic urban myths which you may not know are false.
Urban Legends
10 telling images selected from British Pathé's extensive WWI footage. 'The war to end all wars' was a war without parallel: over 70 million military personnel were involved and over 17 million people died.
WW1
There are some people who saw their mortality as really rather funny. Here are 12 of the best epitaphs.
laurelhardy
The images taken from inside Buchenwald Concentration Camp after its Liberation show us what it was like; it tells us what happened and forces us to remember.
Buchenwald
She may never have given a press interview but she is still one of the most famous women in the world. Here are 13 surprising facts you may not know about Queen Elizabeth II.
dancingqueen