Royal Counties Agricultural Show AKA Agricultural… 1961

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    Unissued / unused material - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.

    Windsor, Berkshire

    MS Three pony and traps pass camera. MS Entrance to the Royal Counties Society Show. MS Foxhounds in the arena with huntsmen standing around. MS Winning coach and horse team, woman in blue coat sits next to driver. CU Side of coach, "London-Southampton, The Bull, East Sheen". Various shots, crowd at rail applauding. (3 shots). MS Winning coach and horse team receiving prize cup and hand back a smaller one. CU Rosette being attached to horse's bridle. CU Horse's head. Various shots, stagecoaches and horses on the driveway to Windsor Castle and parading round the arena.

    MS Queen Elizabeth II admiring flowers arrangements. CU Flowers. MS Children waiting with camera to photograph Queen. MS Queen looking at flowers. CU Two rabbits. Various shots, judging exhibition rabbits. Various shots, people looking at wine display. Various shots, pigs in outdoor pens being judged by men in white coats. MS Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, walking along looking at cows, stops to study them more, including a young calf. Various shots, Queen and Duke arrive in an open landau coach, drive past Sutton Seeds stand. CU Section of crowd. Various shots, people walking around fair. MS Two girls, Girl Guides, sitting in chairs with feet in paddling pool. Various shots, pony and trap prize-giving. Various shots, prize bulls led into arena. Various shots, prize winning bull. Various shots, Duke looks at agricultural machinery, also asks workers questions. MS Duke drives past standing in open Land Rover. MS Queen drives past standing in open vehicle. MS Queen looks at more cattle. MS Queen awarding prize cups. CUs Prize bulls. Various shots. MS Queen being introduced to dignitaries.

    Note: Unused shots and offcuts from item 61/52.

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    Cataloguer:
    Heather
    Stock:
    Colour
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    Media URN:
    85684
    Sort Number:
    UN 3528 E
    Time in/Out:
    01:42:02:00 / 01:49:11:00
    Canister:
    UN 3528 E
    Film ID:
    2990.22
    Issue Date:
    1961
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