Victoria Regina

Woven by H. Spencer & Co.

Reference Number:-  
osp 12  

Bookmark type Royal favour, or badge, with title words in a V formation, and Royal crest



[image of
Royal Coat of Arms]


1837           1897




[image of a
typical badge attached
to the silk with a metal clip
embedded in the bottom

Size of Silk:

7.5cm long by 3.1cm wide

Alternative back-ground colours:
by Godden:
Godden does not record this weaver

Other comments:
Signed on top turnover:-

reverse top turn over of this favour

The V and R are woven in gold silk, and the other letters in blue. The dates 1837 and 1897 are also woven in gold below the shield.

The favour is to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897. It would have been worn as a badge or favour, with a pin attached to the top turnover to push into suitable clothing. Some would also have had an additional badge attached to the bottom turnover of the favour - as shown in the image above.


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