For a story about the coronation of King George VI in 1935, Cartier-Bresson rather notably took zero pictures of the monarch.
George VI also once went to the war cabinet during World War II.
King George VI begged him to consider what a blow it would be to England should the Belfast be hit by a chance bomb.
The day before his wedding, King George VI titled his future son-in-law Philip Duke of Edinburgh.
Firth was honored for his portrayal of George VI, the king who overcame his stutter to lead Britain through World War II.
Years later, George VI happened on a detailed record of a John Brown séance that had somehow managed to survive.
It was made by society jewelers Garrard, who refashioned the gems from a pendant she was given by her husband, George VI.
Number 37 was an old concrete-and-steel structure of the George VI period, faced with a veneer of red brick.