Watch: Inside look at Netflix's The Crown Exhibition at Bonhams London in New Bond Street

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Memorabilia from across the six seasons of Netflix's The Crown is on display in London at Bonhams in New Bond Street.

The footage above shows what fans of Netflix's The Crown can see as they walk among sets, costumes and props from the popular series thanks to auction house Bonhams' newly opened free exhibition.

The new Bond Street auction house is currently displaying memorabilia featured across the show's six-series run before it is auctioned next month. 

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More than 160 items are on display, with some of the larger scale items including a replica of the royal Gold State Coach and a 4m facade of Number 10 Downing Street. 

Furniture from the season 1 audience room in which Her Majesty had private meetings with prime ministers on the show can be seen, as well as royal portraits of Claire Foy, Olivia Coleman and Imelda Staunton as the Queen.

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The exhibition features the 'revenge' dress Elizabeth Debicki wore as Princess Diana, as well as the sheer number Meg Bellamy wore as Kate Middleton in the latest season of the show.

Having opened last week, the free exhibition will be available for fans to visit until February 5. An auction of items featured in the display will follow on February 7.

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Those wanting to own a piece of TV royalty, some of the cheaper items as part of the auction include a selection of bar props, which are expected to go for around £60 - £80, as well as a set of novelty nodding figures of Imelda Staunton as the Queen which has an estimate of £80 - £100.

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