The Queen’s 90th Birthday Commemorative Gifts

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This is the Elizabeth II Coronation Crown, Five shilling denomination. Struck for the 1953 Coronation. This superb commemorative piece comes gift boxed and set in teak which is over sixty years old and which was disposed of by the Royal Navy when the Royal Yacht was decommissioned. The Royal Yacht was the last ship in the Royal Navy to use teak decking and this teak as you would expect is the finest quality. The coins which have been selected very carefully by us may show some degree of tarnishing given their age.

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All the commemorative coins shown on our other pages come gift boxed in the style displayed here.


This 90th birthday Elizabeth II commemorative piece comes with a certificate on handmade paper telling you about this historic wood and the coin. The price inclusive of gift box, certificate on handmade paper and UK postage is 42


On our web site we have a range of shaving products made utilising some of our historic wood. Visit the site by clicking on the logo left.

HM Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Commemorative Paper Knife

The paper knife comes gift boxed and with a certificate on handmade paper telling you about the knife and the wood and is postpaid within the UK. The wood is 18th Century Oak from an ancient building in St. James’s Square, London. The knife comes in a red drawstring bag and the blade has ornate hand file work down the spring back. The red drawstring wool bag is made by cloth from Hainsworths mill and is the red woolen cloth used in the dress uniforms of the Guards and also the wool sack in the houses of Parliament - it’s the same cloth made by the Company since it’s founding in 1740. The paper knife is seven and half inches long and the blade is stainless steel. Post paid within the UK. The price is 49.

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For a supremely elegant start to your day you can open your post with this handmade paper knife commemorating the Queens 90th Birthday. Replete in a red drawstring bag this sumptuous item will grace your breakfast table and add a touch of aristocratic class to the process of buttering you crumpets and other necessary chores.

Antique & Vintage Silver

HMS Victory gifts

Royal Yacht themed gifts

Nautical and military themed gifts

Sgian Dubhs

French folding knives

Bowie knives

Waterloo Knife

Special Offers

Historic  Keyrings

Driftwood Sgian Dubhs & Knives

Cheese Knives

Gardening knives

Unique Belt Buckles

Nautical and Naval paperweights

Letter Openers

WW1 Centenary

Victory paper knife

Agincourt Knife

Arkansas Stones

Imperial Knife

St. James’s Pen

Minster Tea Light

Queens Birthday

Somme Knife

Mammoth Ivory

Heritage Wood

Care of Knives


Ankole Horn

Lee Enfield Knife

Historic Cufflinks

Battle of Trafalgar

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The St. James’s razor made utilising the same 18th century wood is on our other web site


This is a Sheffield made straight razor. Made around 1870 and stored un-used ever since. Handforged blade and made by John and William Ragg. It’s also on and is on our antique razor page.

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Amongst our cufflinks we have cufflinks made utilizing the salvaged metal from a Junkers JU88 bomber which was shot down over the Thames during the Battle of Britain Douglas Bader participated in the action.

Folding Knives by Michael Harrison of A. Wright & Son Ltd of Sheffield

More Sheffield made pocket knives

Sheffield knives made with historic material

Scottish knives including sgian dubhs

Sheffield Made Bowie Knives

Sheffield Made Bushcraft Knives

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Remember to have a look at some details of the history of Sheffield and it’s steel making. Most of the innovations in steel and steel making originated in Sheffield

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See our fragments from history in our new keyring range. These keyrings incorporate material from historic events into them.

Teak cheese knife 250

This cheese knife has been made with the Royal Navy teak stored for perhaps seventy years as replacement decking for the Royal Yacht. The teak is the finest teak you could possibly acquire and the cheese knife has been handmade in Sheffield. Very few of these have been made simply because we do not have much of the teak left and the capacity to handcraft these fine items is no longer available amongst the last of the ‘Little Meister's’ in Sheffield.

Asprey Silver

Art Noveau Silver

Armada Plates

Sheffield & other silver

Wine related Silver

Christening Silver

For other fine gifts including items by Asprey click on the links left

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