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Anne Boleyn. The best one I have seen./Historical doll.

Anne Boleyn, 1650 by tudor_chic, via Flickr

Drawing of an old carved chair purported to have belonged to Anne Boleyn, and purchased for Hever Castle in Victorian times. The chair is thought to be of Italian origin. Chairs such as this were rare and very high status in Tudor times.

Anne Boleyn. She deserved so much more than she received in life.

1530s. The colors are understated but lovely, and the drapery is likewise lovely. I'm not a huge fan of huge dresses, but I love how symetrical thisall looks.

Detail - ‘Portrait of a young woman called Anne Boleyn’, by Henry Pierce Bone, c.1835. Enamel on cooper; 13.5 x 11.5cm. This is the best depiction of her I have seen - it truly shows that she was a beauty.

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Another version of Anne by Mark Stachwill

Anne Boleyn' (1507-36) by German painter Hans Holbein the Younger (c.1497-1543). Oil on canvas, 29.5 x 34.5 cm. collection: Hever Castle, Kent, UK. via tudor history

Unknown Lady - Hans Holbein the younger. The other sketch which many believe to be Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn portrayed romantically in this 17th century portrait by Frans Pourbus, perhaps a century after her death.