I couldn't see any diff between the roses on the tag so I thought others might like to see them compared in life. The clear, glowing, organic-butter-yellow of Graham Thomas is very singular, going right through the bloom with no hint of pink or orange even toward the base. The shape is cupped and flat-topped. If it were a cat, you'd call it self-coloured. GC looks pretty darn solid yellow to my eye until you compare it to the latter. Then you see the slight mustardy dirtiness and the influence of that ochre streaking to the outer petals in the bud. As you can see, it's a more informal bloom with a peony-like shagginess.
Scent-wise, neither rose knocks it out of the park but I prefer Golden's warmer, slightly fruitier perfume and rate it around 6/10 for strength. Graham has a dash of dusty tea and a suggestion of laid-back myrrh but not a lot of sweetness; while this is a nice contrast to the stickier scents, I wouldn't select it on smell alone- 5/10.
See our older roses reviewed H E R E.