A bit on the cutesy side is this magazine chart for a golden jubilee sampler. With various royal symbols in rows in a generally symmetrical organisation, it's a little toytown in style. Making liberal use of royal purple and (inevitably) gold, including metallic threads, it's an attempt to be 'modern'. As seems to be generally true, it's cross-stitch rather than embroidery. Cross-stitch is easy to print and incude in documents; the coronation samplers of the twentieth century were from an age of transfers sent through the post (whether embroidery transfers or cross-stitch done with transfers).
If you know more about this, or have a worked example photo which could be added here, please let me know via the comments.