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Cassell's History - "PRIVATE MARRIAGE OF ANNE BOLEYN TO HENRY VIII" - Engraving - 1858

Cassell's History - "PRIVATE MARRIAGE OF ANNE BOLEYN TO HENRY VIII" - Engraving - 1858

Fine 158 year old engraving from "THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND" by John Cassell. Kent in London in The image is about x on a page that is about x It is in good condition

The Tudors: Catherine of Aragon portrayed by Maria Doyle Kennedy

The Tudors: Catherine of Aragon portrayed by Maria Doyle Kennedy. The real Catherine was actually red-haired, blue-eyed and round-faced.

Detail of a portrait of Mary Tudor Brandon (sister of Henry VIII; grandmother of Lady Jane Grey)

In Anne Boleyn's time, the fashion was to tuck the longer necklace inside the square neckline of the gown.

Although throughout her reign Queen Elizabeth I never spoke publicly of her mother, the “treasonous” and beheaded second wife of Henry VIII,  upon Elizabeth’s death in 1603, this ring was removed from her finger. Within its secret compartment are two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth, the other, of a woman many believe to be Anne.

“ Although throughout her reign Queen Elizabeth I never spoke publicly of her mother, the “treasonous” and beheaded second wife of Henry VIII, upon Elizabeth’s death in this ring was removed from her finger. Within its secret compartment are.

Anne Von Kleves (Anne of Cleves) wax figure. 4th wife of Henry VIII. Motto: 'God send me well to keep'

Anne Von Kleves (Anne of Cleves) wax figure at Madame Tussaud's in London. wife of Henry VIII. Motto: 'God send me well to keep'

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.

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