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Kings Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 840 pictures in our Kings collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Royal crowns and sceptre Featured Print

Royal crowns and sceptre

Symbols of imperial Majesty: St Edward's Crown, with 444 precious stones, remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, being the official coronation crown. Imperial State Crown, symbolises the sovereignty of the monarch, there have been several versions since the 15th century, similar to that of St Edward's Crown, but shorter and encrusted with jewels, precious gems, diamonds, pearls, sapphires, emeralds and rubies. State Crown of Queen Mary Consort of King George V of England. Imperial Crown of India, was the crown of three British sovereigns as Emperors of India during the final decades of the Indian Empire. Date: 1935

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Coronation Regalia of Britain Featured Print

The Coronation Regalia of Britain

The various pieces of regalia used during the Coronation ceremonies of British Kings and Queens. 1. St. Edward's Crown, 2. The Imperial State Crown, 3. Prince of Wales coronet, 4. smaller orb (used by Queen consorts), 5. the orb, 6. Royal Sceptre, 7. The Sceptre with the Dove, 8. The State sword, 9. The Sword Curtana, 10. Mace of Charles II, 11. Queen Elizabeth's Salt Cellar, 12. The Ampulla, 13. Bracelets, 14. Coronation Spoon, 15. Spurs of St. George and 16. The Coronation Ring, otherwise known as the Wedding Ring of England Date: 1936

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Fitzwilliam Bewicke-Copley wedding Featured Print

Fitzwilliam Bewicke-Copley wedding

Scene at the wedding of Lord Fitzwilliam (Major Hubert Francis Fitzwilliam Brabazon Foljambe) to the Hon Gladys Bewicke-Copley, with an archway of swords provided by the Royal Horse Guards, who acted as guard of honour. They went to live in Pont Street, London. Sadly, Lord Fitzwilliam was killed in action in September 1914 while serving in France with the King's Royal Rifle Corps during the First World War.

© Mary Evans Picture Library