Press Articles for the Proclamation of King George V
This article shows both the front and the back of the invitation sent out in 1910 to declare the Proclamation of King George V, and invite all those asked to attend.
The Order of Procession for the Proclamation of King George V on 14th May, 1910.
Taken from the same press article, this shows the order of timings that the bells needed to be rung after each procession was read. These bells would have rung freely, until the following day where they would have been muffled again.
This was the letter sent 4 days before the Proclamation of King George V, inviting the Members of the Council to be a part of the procession party.
This image shows the first Proclamation reading by the Sheriff near the site of the Ancient High Cross at the junction of Corn Street, Wine Street, High Street and Broad Street.
Press Articles for the Proclamation of King George VI
These images show the Lord Mayor touring the city of Bristol, accompanied by the procession party.
The Proclamation car was generally provided by the carriage builders Fuller & Co, and would be re-purposed especially for the new Monarch in place of the throne.
Press Articles for the Proclamation of King Edward VII
These two articles show the official programme for the Proclamation of King Edward VII, including those invited to the procession party and the timings of the day. The second image shows the Proclamation car with King Edwards name etched into the side.