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Original Vintage: Powder Compact with Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with Crown 


Dating from: 1953


Signed: None



Diameter 2 7/8” (7.5 cm)

Depth 1/2” (1 cm)


Made of gold tone metal


Style: Circular gold tone metal powder compact scone without inner lid this model was made from 1930s to the 1950s


Features: The hinged lid is set with a circular mirror, and the base of the compact has the original powder sifter inside for the user to place loose powder into or indeed a powder cake can be placed in the base, the compact includes the original little powder puff, and a Rock Follies Vintage pouch.


Lid Design: This compact was made for the celebration of the Queen’s coronation in 1953 when she was 25 years old. The lid has a portrait of Queen Elizabeth 11 who is the longest-lived and longest reigning British Monarch, with a Perspex cover to protect the image.

Elizabeth 11 is Queen of the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth realms. Elizabeth became queen when her father King George V1 died in 1952, who himself became King following in 1937 following the abdication of his brother King Edward V111 making Elizabeth the heir presumptive.


Back Design Spiral base design


Vintage Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition:


Vintage items are not new they date back to a particular era, some have survived in amazing condition, while others may show some signs of age, but we feel they still deserve to make it into our collection. Therefore, we have listed our items into three Conditions:


  • Excellent Vintage Condition: Means the item is in great shape for its age. (Most of our stock will fall into this category)


      Queen Elizabeth II Powder Compact

      SKU: COM016
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