Medallions At Tower 1967

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    Tower of London.

    VS People in the grounds of the Tower of London looking round under the eye of the Beefeater. CU Of the medallion and the small bronze statue which will soon be on sale to the public. VS The Tower Governor, Sir. Thomas Butler, presents to Parliamentary Secretary Lord Winterbottom, the first of the medallions in ceremony attended by Beefeaters. GV Tower of London from across Thames.

    (Orig. Neg.) Old record suggests that material dates from around 10/08/1967.

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    British Pathé
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    01:09:23:00 / 01:10:11:00
    UN 4293 F
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    UN 4293 F
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