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This is a Tuck's Oilette first published in April 1908 showing the Maundy Thursday ceremony at Westminster Abbey. A Yeoman of the Guard is carrying the leather purses containing the Maundy money. Either Yeoman could be the man depicted in my previous post. For further information about the Maundy Thursday ceremony see link. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maundy_Thursday
|Author||Raphael Tuck & Sons
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