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Images Dated 7th November 2018

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Sketch cover - Lady Milbanke by Madame Yevonde Featured 7 Nov 2018 Image

Sketch cover - Lady Milbanke by Madame Yevonde

Front cover of The Sketch featuring a photograph of Lady Milbanke, a la Marie Stuart due to her peaked Tudor style hat. Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough, eldest son of the fifth Earl of Rosslyn. The marriage suffered from Loughborough's drinking and gambling and the couple divorced in 1926. In 1920, Albert, Duke of York, the future King George VI was linked romantically with Sheila who, at that point, was still a married woman. She married secondly in 1928, Sir John Millbanke, eleventh baronet (d. 1947) and thirdly, Prince Dimitri Romanoff of Russia in 1954. She died in 1969. Date: 1936

© Yevonde Portrait Archive/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Patriotic poster, Buy my produce, Buy British Featured 7 Nov 2018 Image

Patriotic poster, Buy my produce, Buy British

Patriotic poster, Buy British campaign -- Buy my produce, I can then buy your goods. Buy British and create employment throughout the country. Part of a government campaign to tackle a balance of payments crisis, reinforced by a speech by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), promoting the importance of buying from British farms and factories to reduce unemployment and boost the national economy, with the second choice being to buy from the British Empire. Date: 1931

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited

Patriotic poster, Give and Take, Buy British Featured 7 Nov 2018 Image

Patriotic poster, Give and Take, Buy British

Patriotic poster, Buy British campaign -- Give and Take, Empire Products for Britain, British Manufactured Goods for the Empire, Buy British and help British labour at home and overseas. Part of a government campaign to tackle a balance of payments crisis, reinforced by a speech by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), promoting the importance of buying from British farms and factories to reduce unemployment and boost the national economy, with the second choice being to buy from the British Empire. Date: 1931

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited