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Saddle steel. Possibly Flemish, about 1540. From the armoury of Henry VIII

Possibly Flemish, about From the armoury of Henry VIII

The execution of Anne Boleyn,1536. Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn in 1533 after divorcing his first wife,Catherine of Aragon.Anne provided Henry with a daughter,the future Elizabeth I,but she failed to provide the king with his cherished male heir.Henry had Anne charged with high treason on grounds of adultery. Although the charges were fabricated,she was found guilty and beheaded at the Tower of London on 19 May 1536.She is shown here taking leave of her ladies-in-waiting before her…

The execution of Anne Boleyn,1536. Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn in 1533 after divorcing his first wife,Catherine of Aragon.Anne provided Henry with a daughter,the future Elizabeth I,but she failed to provide the king with his cherished male heir.Henry had Anne charged with high treason on grounds of adultery. Although the charges were fabricated,she was found guilty and beheaded at the Tower of London on 19 May 1536.She is shown here taking leave of her ladies-in-waiting before her…

Tudor Monarchs, Henry VII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I

An engraving depicting Henry VIII.- died on throne Edward VI died as a young king Mary I. was sent into hinding then beheaded and Elizabeth I

A close-up of Henry VIII astronomical clock at clock gate in HCP

A close-up of Henry VIII astronomical clock at clock gate in HCP

Original parchment record of the trial of Anne Boleyn and her brother, George Boleyn, for incest, adultery, and treason.

Opening Trial Document from the Trial of Anne Boleyn This document is the record of the beginning of the trial of Anne Boleyn and her brother, George. It is part of a set of records that document the fall of Anne Boleyn and the charges made against.

SET OF 5 REPLICA TUDOR COINS  CAST FROM ORIGINALS HELD IN BRITISH MUSEUMS/ACCURATE DETAIL,MADE FROM LEAD FREE PEWTER - POSTED FREE IN THE U.K. - - -ELIZABETH I - QUARTER ANGEL,ELIZABETH I - SIXPENCE  HENRY VIII (8th) - GROAT,HENRY VIII (8th) - HALF ANGEL,HENRY VII (7th) - HALF GROAT

SET OF 5 REPLICA TUDOR COINS CAST FROM ORIGINALS HELD IN BRITISH MUSEUMS/ACCURATE DETAIL,MADE FROM LEAD FREE PEWTER - POSTED FREE IN THE U.K. - - -ELIZABETH I - QUARTER ANGEL,ELIZABETH I - SIXPENCE HENRY VIII (8th) - GROAT,HENRY VIII (8th) - HALF ANGEL,HENRY VII (7th) - HALF GROAT

Henry VIII died on 28 January 1547, leaving his nine-year-old son to inherit the English throne. A list was made of the late king's moveable goods, and, in the resulting document, the 17,810 entries include a wide variety of items, ranging from ships and their ordnance to musical instruments, paintings, maps and furnishings. The Society purchased this portion of the inventory at auction in 1790.

Henry VIII died on 28 January leaving his nine-year-old son to inherit…

Anne of Cleves, bn. 1515 to the Duke of Cleves, a protestant area of Germany.  She married Henry VIII in 1540 and it was annulled six months later.  She was treated as a sister by Henry thereafter and she played an active role in the lives of his children.  She died after living out her life in England in 1557.

Anne of Cleves, bn. 1515 to the Duke of Cleves, a protestant area of Germany. She married Henry VIII in 1540 and it was annulled six months later. She was treated as a sister by Henry thereafter and she played an active role in the lives of his children. She died after living out her life in England in 1557.

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