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  • Melissa Houck

    A lock of hair believed to have belonged to Catherine Parr, Henry VIII's final wife. The inscription reads: "Hair of Queen Catherine Parr, Last Consort of Henry, the night she dyed September 5th 1548 was in the Chapel of Sudeley Castle, Near Winchcombe." It was auctioned off in 2008.

  • Denise Woodruff

    Catherine Parr's hair. The paper reads "Hair of Queen Catherine Parr, Last Consort of Henry, the night she died September 5th 1548"

  • Laura Barber

    A lock of the hair reputedly belonging to Catherine Parr, the last of Henry VIII's six wives, sold for £2,160 in January 2008

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