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Horse Guards Parade on James Sadler Mugs
London has given the brand a modern feel of landmarks that capture the bursting vibe of the city. Horse Guards barracks and the parade ground behind them were built in the 1750's. At that time this was the only entrance to Buckingham Palace and St James's Palace. It is still considered to be the official entrance to Buckingham Palace, hence the presence of the Queen's Life Guards. Two mounted Life Guards from the Household Cavalry keep mounted sentry duty during the day. Through the night just one dismounted sentry stands guard. The guardsmen are not allowed to speak or move but make a great photo opportunity! A Changing the Guard ceremony takes place daily with members of the Household Cavalry. The parade ground is also the venue for the annual Trooping the Colour and Beating Retreat ceremonies. This collection by James Sadler uses vivid colours and illustration of horseguards in a quality tin that is good for gift for London visitors.
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