Royal Memorabilia & Collectibles
The British Royal Family is admired and watched by a worldwide audience so it is small wonder that collecting royal memorabilia has become a global phenomenon. Although souvenir items relating to royalty were produced much earlier, the national adulation of Queen Victoria really kick started the collecting buy in the Britain.
Quality ceramic goods such as mugs, vases, busts and plates have been produced by Royal Doulton, Copeland, Wedgwood, Poole Pottery and many other manufacturers. Collectors also seek out some of the less obvious items associated with royal occasions, such as teddy bears, flags, tins and scale models.
Get a good book on collecting Royal Memorabilia and learn how to avoid cheap reproductions and mass produced items from the far east. Visit auctions and specialist dealers so that you can view items closely and handle them (with care though). Don't be afraid to ask for advice from seasoned collectors and dealers. They are usually more than happy to share their expertise. The more you know about your collection of royal memorabilia, the more you will enjoy it.
On each of the pages within this section dedicated to Royal Memorabilia collectibles we have included links to live and current online auctions dealing in each theme. In addition, where known, we have added details of collector clubs, forums and websites. We wish you every success in tracking down the missing pieces of your discontinued Royal Memorabilia collection and hope you will become a regular visitor to Accumulations. Remember it’s an ever-changing scene so it is always worth a return visit!
Please also check out the Royal Memorabilia Books, Related Dealers and Useful Resources listed on this page.
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