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Tudor Collection

Background imageTudor Collection: Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn (1507? - 1536) Second Queen of King Henry VIII from 1533 until 1536. Mother of Queen Elizabeth I. Date: 1950

Background imageTudor Collection: Market Place, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire

Market Place, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, with people in two charabancs and a few small cars. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTudor Collection: The Mary Rose

The Mary Rose, Tudor ship, built in 1510. In service for 34 years, it sank in 1545. Discovered in 1971 it was successfully raised from the sea bed in 1982 amid much publicity. Date: 1982

Background imageTudor Collection: England / Chesterfield

England / Chesterfield
A busy scene in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, with the crooked spire dominating the skyline in the background

Background imageTudor Collection: King Henry VIII and his three wife and children

King Henry VIII and his three wife and children
King Henry VIII (1491 - 1547), England Royalty, reigned (1509 1547) with three of his wifes and children. (Left to right) wives Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Catherine Parr, children Princess Elizabeth

Background imageTudor Collection: Leicester 1950S

Leicester 1950S
A No. 94 tram goes through the Clock Tower area of Leicester city centre

Background imageTudor Collection: Katherine of Aragon, first queen of Henry VIII

Katherine of Aragon, first queen of Henry VIII

Background imageTudor Collection: Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London

Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London
Londons great attraction: what to see in Shakespeares England. How to find and identify the chief reconstructions of old Tudor buildings at Earls Court. Date: 1912

Background imageTudor Collection: HENRY VII of England (1457-1509). King of England

HENRY VII of England (1457-1509). King of England (1485-1509), first king from the House of Tudor. Painting. FRANCE. Avignon. Mus饠 Calvet (Calvet Museum)

Background imageTudor Collection: Chillington Manor

Chillington Manor, now part of the Museum at Maidstone, Kent, England. Date: built 1562

Background imageTudor Collection: Eureka Inn, Eureka, Humboldt County, California, USA

Eureka Inn, Eureka, Humboldt County, California, USA. Date: 1923

Background imageTudor Collection: Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)

Mary Queen of Scotland (1542-1567)
Mary (1542-1587). Queen of Scotland (1542-1567). CLOUET, Francois (1505-1573). Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. OE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Musue Carnavalet (Carnavalet Museum)

Background imageTudor Collection: King Henry VIII portrait - T-shirt / poster print design

King Henry VIII portrait - T-shirt / poster print design
King Henry VIII - T-shirt / poster print design HENRY VIII RETURN OF THE KING

Background imageTudor Collection: Union Workhouse, Downham Market, Norfolk

Union Workhouse, Downham Market, Norfolk
The Downham Union workhouse at Downham Market, Norfolk. The building, designed by William J Donthorn, was erected in 1836. It later became the Howdale County Home

Background imageTudor Collection: Mary Tudor / Egleton

Mary Tudor / Egleton
MARY TUDOR Catholic Queen of England, in a somewhat idealised, Victorian depiction

Background imageTudor Collection: Marriage of Henry Tudor

Marriage of Henry Tudor
The wedding ceremony of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York united the Houses of York and Lancaster

Background imageTudor Collection: Loseley House / 1850

Loseley House / 1850
Loseley House, Surrey, a fine Tudor manor house

Background imageTudor Collection: WALES / DALE

WALES / DALE
A glimpse of the fine beach at Dale, on Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales. It was here that Henry Tudor landed in August 1485, on his way to the Battle of Bosworth. Date: 1950s

Background imageTudor Collection: Lullingstone Castle Gatehouse

Lullingstone Castle Gatehouse
The marvellous Tudor brick gatehouse of Lullingstone Castle, in Eynsford, Kent. Built by Sir John Peche (who became Sheriff of Kent in 1495)

Background imageTudor Collection: Samuel Johnson / Oxford

Samuel Johnson / Oxford
DR SAMUEL JOHNSON English writers room over Pembroke College Gateway in Oxford, where he studied

Background imageTudor Collection: Tudor Chimneys

Tudor Chimneys
Some fine Tudor chimneys at Bramhall Hall, Cheshire, England

Background imageTudor Collection: Oak Lodge, Dropmore, Buckinghamshire

Oak Lodge, Dropmore, Buckinghamshire
Oak Lodge, Dropmore, near the village of Burnham, Buckinghamshire, on Lord Grenvilles estate, built in the 19th century and clad with Renaissance wooden panels

Background imageTudor Collection: Royal Saracens Head Hotel, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Royal Saracens Head Hotel, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. Date: circa 1920

Background imageTudor Collection: Old Houses in the High Street - Banbury, Oxfordshire

Old Houses in the High Street - Banbury, Oxfordshire. This is The Vivers Building - a house built in 1650 for a mercer called Edward Vivers. Date: circa 1910

Background imageTudor Collection: Basenji being Carried

Basenji being Carried
Mrs Tudor-Williams with one of her Basenjis, KWANGO of the CONGO. She is carrying the dog the way they are traditionally carried in the Congo, their native land

Background imageTudor Collection: Poster, The Spread Eagle Hotel, Midhurst, Sussex

Poster, The Spread Eagle Hotel, Midhurst, Sussex

Background imageTudor Collection: King Henry VI of England married to Margaret of Anjou

King Henry VI of England married to Margaret of Anjou at Titchfield Abbey, 23 April 1445. The mad king was 24 and the queen 15

Background imageTudor Collection: Costume of Tudor / Elizabethan nobleman, 1600

Costume of Tudor / Elizabethan nobleman, 1600
Costume of a Tudor/Elizabethan nobleman, 1600. 1600

Background imageTudor Collection: Queen Elizabeths Hunting Lodge, Epping Forest, Essex, England

Queen Elizabeths Hunting Lodge, Epping Forest, Essex, England. This splendid timber- framed three-storey building was used by royalty when on hunting trips in the forest. Date: 16th century

Background imageTudor Collection: Elizabeth I of England (1533-1603). Queen of England and Ire

Elizabeth I of England (1533-1603). Queen of England and Ireland. The Virgin Queen. Portrait. Engraving. 19th century. Colored

Background imageTudor Collection: Avro Tudor assembly line at Woodford

Avro Tudor assembly line at Woodford

Background imageTudor Collection: J. W Walkers Organ at the Great Exhibition, 1851

J. W Walkers Organ at the Great Exhibition, 1851
An organ in the Tudor style, designed by Banks and Barry, adapted for a hall or music room. Date: 1851

Background imageTudor Collection: West Front, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey

West Front, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey - Painted by artist Frank E Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageTudor Collection: The Needles, Horsham, Interior

The Needles, Horsham, Interior
A photograph of a furnished small interior room with chunky exposed beams, belonging to a Tudor style cottage named The Needles at Horsham

Background imageTudor Collection: Holborn showing Staple Inn and Roneo an office appliance shop. Date: 1937

Holborn showing Staple Inn and Roneo an office appliance shop. Date: 1937

Background imageTudor Collection: Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, around the time of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth I (1559). As Princess Elizabeth she lived there in a form of semi-confinement, during the reign of Queen Mary

Background imageTudor Collection: Main entrance, Montacute House, Montacute, Somerset

Main entrance, Montacute House, Montacute, Somerset, a late Elizabethan mansion with garden. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageTudor Collection: Advertisement for Daimler hire cars with chauffeur

Advertisement for Daimler hire cars with chauffeur
Advertisement for Daimler hire cars, complete with chauffeur. Showing a Daimler landaulette in front of a large country house. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageTudor Collection: King Henry VIII

King Henry VIII (1491 - 1547) Reigned 1509 - 1547

Background imageTudor Collection: Haddon Hall - Interior

Haddon Hall - Interior
Haddon Hall - a stunning English Tudor country house on the River Wye at Bakewell, Derbyshire, one of the seats of the Duke of Rutland. The Banqueting Hall. Date: circa 1906

Background imageTudor Collection: Tudor Cottage vegetable garden, Walton, Essex

Tudor Cottage vegetable garden, Walton, Essex
Standing in the vegetable garden of Tudor Cottage, Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex, a bowler hatted and bearded gentleman proudly displays one of his marrows, while a woman stands on the path. circa 1900

Background imageTudor Collection: Old Farm, Brewer Street

Old Farm, Brewer Street, near Bletchingley, Surrey, England. It is reputed by some locals to have belonged to a brewer who supplied beer to the nearby Tudor manor house. Date: 1950s

Background imageTudor Collection: Lyrics by Anne Boleyn

Lyrics by Anne Boleyn
Words by Anne Boleyn entitled O Death Rock Me On Sleep accompanied by an illustratio of the ill-fated Queen looking rather tragic. Date: 1934

Background imageTudor Collection: Christmas Dinner in an Elizabethan Home by Pauline Baynes

Christmas Dinner in an Elizabethan Home by Pauline Baynes
A Christmas Day scene in a well-to-do household around 1550, showing the father of the house at the table with his guests, raising his blackjack tankard to toast the Queen

Background imageTudor Collection: Items in the Tudor Exhibition, 1890

Items in the Tudor Exhibition, 1890
Engraving showing a number of relics from the sixteenth century exhibited in the Tudor Exhibition of 1890. The items pictured include: Henry VIIIs hat (top right)

Background imageTudor Collection: Hall Place, Bexley, Kent

Hall Place, Bexley, Kent, England, was built in the reign of Henry VIII for the Lord Mayor of London, Sir John Champneis

Background imageTudor Collection: Margaret Tudor

Margaret Tudor
MARGARET TUDOR Daughter of Henry VII and elder sister of Henry VIII Married i) James IV of Scotland ii) 6th Earl of Angus iii) 1st Baron Methuen

Background imageTudor Collection: Richmond Palace, Surrey, at the time of King Henry VII

Richmond Palace, Surrey, at the time of King Henry VII. 15th century



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