A rare and unique opportunity to experience the most comprehensive collection of film available on Royalty and the Potteries. This splendid compilation of historic and priceless film nostalgia represents an opportunity to experience all of the available footage presently available in the vaults of the famous Staffordshire Film Archive. Literally a wealth of content covering the important Royal visits with rare items on the Coronation. Produced by Ray Johnson, recognised and respected as the leading expert Worldwide for his knowledge and expertise in the field of historical film in Staffordshire. Mr Johnson's remarkable personal commitment and devotion in the creation and stewardship of the Counties important Staffordshire Film Archive is now allowing generations of people with a passion and interest in the remarkable history of the Staffordshire Potteries to enjoy the most educating and absorbing journey through time allowing generous opportunity to understand the events of history with remarkable productions such as this. Experience a wealth of captivating material including footage of George V in both 1913 and 1925,the Prince of Wales in 1924,the Princess Royal in 1930,George VI and his Coronation in 1937, together with some unique and splendid war times clips. This remarkable coverage of Royalty and the Potteries continues with Princess Elizabeth in 1949, rare coronation interviews and a full selection of the Queens visits to the Potteries in 1955, 1973, 1995 and 1999. Without doubt this precious collection of film now being made available for the first time on video represents a valuable opportunity to explore part of Staffordshire's wealth of bygone history representing itself an important item worthy of being passed down for the enjoyment of future generations to come.