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Two high backed wooden frame chairs upholstered with salmon coloured fabric. The chairs were made for the visit to Palmerston North of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh 7-8 January 1954. They were used by the Royal couple during a Civic Dinner held at the Rosco Tea Rooms on 7 January 1954.

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2008O_PNCC1-38-5_Obj_1018
Title
Royal Chairs
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PNCC Archives
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Palmerston North
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circa 1953

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