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Royal Mint (Commercial Clients)

Volume 14: debated on Tuesday 8 December 1981

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer from what interested parties the Royal Mint invariably seeks confirmation that no objections have been raised to its use of Her Majesty's effigy in orders placed by commercial clients, notwithstanding that the rules of the Lord Chamberlain's Office make it plain that approval for such use is not required on the part of the Crown.

The identity of those, apart from the Lord Chamberlain's office, whose views are sought depends on the nature of the product and the identity of the client.