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KING GEORGE VI  (11 July 1950) | Cornwall: Lanhydrock House menu and seating plan for the luncheon that took place for a visit by King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. There are also handwritten notes on the proceedings, which record that the food served included cold salmon, served whole with aspic, a soufflé of raspberries and sherry and "champs" handed out on arrival.'     ✫ღ⊰n

KING GEORGE VI (11 July 1950) | Cornwall: Lanhydrock House menu and seating plan for the luncheon that took place for a visit by King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. There are also handwritten notes on the proceedings, which record that the food served included cold salmon, served whole with aspic, a soufflé of raspberries and sherry and "champs" handed out on arrival.' ✫ღ⊰n

COUNTY OF CORNWALL DIAMOND AND RUBY ROSE BRACELET. The County of Cornwall gave Mary of Teck this piece when she married the Duke of York in 1893, a ruby and diamond bracelet incorporating a detachable centrepiece in the shape of a rose.

The central section of a ruby and diamond bracelet from the collection of H. Known as the "County of Cornwall Bracelet"

'THE LAND'S END - A NATURALIST'S IMPRESSIONS IN WEST CORNWALL' (1908) | W. H. Hudson ✫ღ⊰n

Land's End (England)

St Michael's Way, an ancient pigrim route, crossing Cornwall on the way to Europe and avoiding trecherous waters around Lands End.

St Michael's Way, an ancient pigrim route, crossing Cornwall on the way to Europe and avoiding trecherous waters around Lands End.

Crab and lobster pots await their next use in the spring sunshine among the thatched cottages of Cadgwith Cove in Cornwall

Crab and lobster pots await their next use in the spring sunshine among the thatched cottages of Cadgwith Cove in Cornwall

Upper mainland courtyard of Tintagel Castle, 2007.jpg

Tintagel Castle (Cornish: Castel Dyntagell) is a medieval fortification located on the peninsula of Tintagel Island, adjacent to the village of Tintagel in Cornwall, England, in the United Kingdom.

Launceston Castle. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, its focus is an unusual keep consisting of a 13th century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep.

RICHARD, EARL OF CORNWALL Launceston Castle was begun soon after the Norman Conquest. Its focus is an unusual keep consisting of a century round tower built by Richard, Earl of Cornwall, inside an earlier circular shell-keep.

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