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Royal Riding Boots at Auction

On April 9th Dreweatts Auctioneers  will offer a pair of brown leather riding boots made and formerly owned by Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret. The boots were made by Royal equestrian boot makers, Maxwell of London. Both H. R. H. Princess Margaret and H. R .H Queen Elizabeth II were keen riders all of their lives, having started riding lessons very young, with Horace and Sybil Smith at the internationally renowned Cadogan Riding School in Belgravia, London.

Lot 4 Princess Margaret’s Riding Boots

The blocks on the boots are stamped: ‘H.R.H. Princess Margaret’ and are accompanied by cases and boot pulls, as well as a collection of riding crops. The group lot carries an estimate of £300-£500 (lot 4).  A PAIR OF PRINCESS MARGARET’S BROWN LEATHER RIDING BOOTS BY MAXWELL OF LONDON (dreweatts.com)   and come from the  collection of Princess Margaret when she lived at Kensington Palace.

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