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TUDOR. Henry VII. 1485-1509. AV Ange. Archangel Michael slaying dragon to lower right, ship bearing coat-of-arms; above, cross between Һ and roseClass V. Tower (London) mint. Struck 1504-1509.

Archangel Michael slaying dragon to lower right, ship bearing coat-of-arms; above, cross between Һ and roseClass V.

Inventory of Henry VIII's assets on his death - Commissioners appointed in September 1547 took 18 months to compile an inventory of Henry VIII’s movable goods.     The first part of the surviving inventory includes money, jewels, plate, artillery, munitions, ships, arms, armour, horses, masque garments, tents, liturgical vestments and books. The second covers other items in the principal royal residences and wardrobes or stores. The inventory includes hundreds of thousands of objects.

Inventory of Henry VIII's assets on his death - Commissioners appointed in September 1547 took 18 months to compile an inventory of Henry VIII’s movable goods.

Princess Anne of York, Lady Howard (2 November 1475 - 23 November 1511) was the fourth surviving daughter of King Edward IV of England and Elizabeth Woodville. On 4 February 1495, Anne was married to Thomas Howard (later 3rd Duke of Norfolk) at Westminster Abbey. As Lady Howard, she managed to live until her nephew was crowned King Henry VIII in 1509.

Anne of York, Lady Howard – was the fourth surviving daughter of Edward IV and his queen consort, Elizabeth Woodville; sister of Elizabeth, Henry VII's queen, and the little princes in the tower. Niece of Richard III

The capital city c.1520 during the reign of Henry VIII showing major streets, lanes, churches, great houses, monasteries and public buildings. This map reveals medieval London at its most impressive, before the city was overwhelmed by a massive population explosion.

The capital city during the reign of Henry VIII showing major streets, lanes, churches, great houses, monasteries and public buildings. This map reveals

Image of the tomb of Henry VII and his queen Elizabeth of York. The tomb reads "Here lies Henry the Seventh of that name, formerly King of England, son of Edmund, Earl of Richmond. He was created King on August 22 and immediately afterwards, on October 30, he was crowned at Westminster in the year of our Lord 1485. He died subsequently on April 21 in the 53rd year of his age. He reigned 23 years eight months, less one day." Italian sculptor Pietro Torrigiano designed the tomb.

Henry VII & Elizabeth of York Tomb: Westminster Abbey. Very calm and quiet while walking around the tombs in Westminster.

Napkin owned by Elizabeth I depicting Anne Boleyn's badge      Napkin of linen damask made for Queen Elizabeth I sometime during her reign. It depicts the arms of Elizabeth’s mother, Anne Boleyn (Henry VIII’s second wife). The napkin contains the words ‘Quene Elizabeth’ and ‘God save the Quene’ and a crowned Tudor rose. Victoria and Albert Museum.

Linen Damask Napkin made for and owned by Elizabeth I depicts the Boleyn Coat of Arms and a crowned Tudor rose. The napkin contains the words ‘Quene Elizabeth’ and ‘God save the Quene.

Arms of Henry VII Artist: Miroir des dames (15th century).

The arms of Henry VII, with dragon and greyhound supporters beneath a royal crown, and above the legend 'VIVE LE NOBLE ROY HENRY'/'Long live the noble King Henry';

English Hammered Gold, First Coinage Sovereign of King Henry VIII, 1509.

English Hammered Gold First Coinage Sovereign of King Henry VIII, circa 1509

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