Canada House is opened in London by the King, the keys were made by Canadian craftsmen.
Item title reads - CANADA HOUSE. Canada's home in England. Magnificent new Government building opened by the King. London.
L/S as Queen Mary emerges from the building talking to a man, she is followed by King George V and others. The royal couple walk down path of carpet and get into a carriage, the King takes his hat off to the crowd. L/S of a shot of Canada House in a drawing of a picture frame.
Intertitle - 'The superb keys used were made by Canadian craftsmen of Canadian metals.' M/S of three sets of ornate keys in their boxes, a man wearing an eyeglass works on another one. M/S of one of the boxes.
Three men walk down the steps, which have 'English China' written on them. They stand in front of the man working on the keys, M/S of them holding and examining the keys as they chat. They put them back in the box. M/S of them looking at lumps of metal. The craftsman gives them another key to look at. Various shots as they examine them and watch him work. C/U of three sets of keys in their boxes.
Note: the cuts run from 01:15:10 to the end of the item.