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Designs for painted or metalwork panels

RIBA22856
Jones, Inigo (1573-1652)
NOTES: One of the panel designs incorporates entwined Cs and Royal coronet, another with the order of the Garter and coronet and two others with ornamantal scroll and baluster work. These designs were probably intended as ornament for a ceremonial design with reference to King Charles I. The Garter Star was initiated in 1630.

Design for a triumphal arch at the Royal Exchange, City of London, entitled 'Return of the Monarchy', to be erected for the coronation of Charles II

RIBA22975
Gerbier, Sir Balthazar (1592-1663)
NOTES: This design, part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, is attributed to Sir Balthazar Gerbier.

Design for a triumphal arch at the Royal Exchange, City of London, entitled 'Return of the Monarchy', to be erected for the coronation of Charles II

RIBA22976
Gerbier, Sir Balthazar (1592-1663)
NOTES: This design, part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, is attributed to Sir Balthazar Gerbier.

Design for a triumphal arch at Cheapside near Wood Street, City of London, entitled 'Temple of Concord', to be erected for the coronation of Charles II

RIBA22987
Gerbier, Sir Balthazar (1592-1663)
NOTES: This design, part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, is attributed to Sir Balthazar Gerbier.

Design for a triumphal arch at Fleet Street near Whitefriars, City of London, entitled 'Garden of Plenty', to be erected for the coronation of Charles II

RIBA22988
Gerbier, Sir Balthazar (1592-1663)
NOTES: This design, part of the Burlington Devonshire Collection, is attributed to Sir Balthazar Gerbier.

Design for a ceremonial mallet bearing the initials of King George VI for the cornerstone ceremony of the Royal National Theatre, South Bank, London

RIBA31208
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)
NOTES: Brian O'Rorke was appointed architect for the Royal National Theatre following the death of its previous designer, Sir Edwin Lutyens, in 1946. The mallet shown here was designed for the ceremonial laying of the theatre's cornerstone in 1951. However, shortly afterwards the project was delayed again and a new site chosen for the building. The theatre was eventually completed in 1976 to designs by Denys Lasdun & Partners.

Design for a ceremonial trowel bearing the initials of King George VI for the cornerstone ceremony of the Royal National Theatre, South Bank, London

RIBA31209
O'Rorke, Edward Brian (1901-1974)
NOTES: Brian O'Rorke was appointed architect for the Royal National Theatre following the death of its previous designer, Sir Edwin Lutyens, in 1946. The trowel shown here was designed for the ceremonial laying of the theatre's cornerstone in 1951. However, shortly afterwards the project was delayed again and a new site chosen for the building. The theatre was eventually completed in 1976 to designs by Denys Lasdun & Partners.

Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London: perspective showing Queen Victoria and Prince Albert attending the opening ceremony of the Great Exhibition of 1851, surrounded by crowds of onlookers

RIBA31438
Paxton, Sir Joseph (1803-1865)
SOURCE: 'The Inauguration', from Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition of 1851, Dickinson Brothers, (London, 1854).
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