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A Barons Parliament Robe, Coronation Robe and Coronet.

A Barons Parliament Robe, Coronation Robe and Coronet.

The Lord & Lady Woodbridge's Robe and Coronet. Comprising a baron's coronet, crimson silk velvet and ermine robe, two pairs of silk hose, 1902.

The Lord & Lady Woodbridge's Robe and Coronet. Comprising a baron's coronet, crimson silk velvet and ermine robe, two pairs of silk hose,

Garter Robes (1906) by Henry Poole & Co. at the Bowes Museum (Barnard Castle, County Durham) in 2013 (©Alison Toner)

Garter Robes by Henry Poole & Co. at the Bowes Museum (Barnard Castle, County Durham) in 2013 (©Alison Toner)

Designs for the Robe & Cap of State worn at the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and worn by Viscountesses and Baronesses, designed by Norman Hartnell.

Designs for the Robe & Cap of State worn at the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and worn by Viscountesses and Baronesses, designed by Norman Hartnell.

Peers of different ranks wearing their coronation robes (from left to right) The Baron Stafford, The Marquess of Reading, The Duke of Norfolk, The Earl of Shrewsbury and Waterford, The Viscount Torrington

Peers of different ranks wearing their coronation robes. L to R: The Baron Stafford, The Marquess of Reading, The Duke of Norfolk, The Earl of Shrewsbury and Waterford, The Viscount Torrington.

Clementine, Lady Churchill, GBE leaving 10 Downing Street dressed for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Essex Tiara, 1953

Clementine, Lady Churchill, GBE leaving 10 Downing Street dressed for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Essex Tiara, 1953