The Reconstructed head of a 5,500 year old man found a mile from Stonehenge in Wiltshire, UK. It is the most advanced reconstruction of a Neolithic man's face to date. 20-40 years of age, slender build, born about 5,500 years ago about 500 years before the circular ditch and banks at Stonehenge were built
Slap-soled shoes belonging to FRANCES WALSINGHAM, lady in waiting to Elizabeth I, and daughter of her spymaster, Francis Walsingham. Though the shoes belong to a Canadian collector, they are considered so important to British history that they have to be returned to England
British Actor-manager Sir John Martin Harvey (1863-1944) was one of the last great romantic actors of the English theatre. His most famous play was The Only Way (1899), an adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. 25 years later, he also featured in the film version, as well as in a few other silent and sound films.
Belonging to King Henry VIII (1491-1547) showing the heraldic badges of Henry and his first wife, Katherine of Aragon and the royal coat of arms; covered with shagreen added in 18th century; figures of Mars, Venus and Cupid; head of Christ; St. George and the dragon; Catherine of Aragon;16th (C16th) Writing box or table desk, probably painted by Lucas Hornebolte (c.1492-1544) c.1525-27 (walnut & oak with painted & gilded leather)
The Galgano Sword in the Stone inside the Montesiepi Chapel by Adrian Michael. This is the actual sword in stone, now kept under glass and lock and key. The sword has been verified as an authentic 12th century sword. Galgano was beatified four years after his death.
Margaret Holland LG (1385 – 31 Dec 1439) wife of John Beaufort, 1st Earl of Somerset, grandson of Edward III, King of England. Buried in St Michael's Chapel in Canterbury Cathedral, Kent in an unusual triple tomb with her 1st and 2nd husband, Thomas of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Clarence, son of Henry IV, King of England.