Initial sketch of the Fifth Royal Portrait by Jody Clark. www.royalmint.com...
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A new Coin portrait of Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary) (21 Apr 1926-living2015) UK has been unveiled by the Royal Mint & will be used on UK currency from 2015. The new coin design was created by 34-year-old engraver Jody Clark. The new portrait shows her wearing the George IV State Diadem & a delicate pair of drop earrings. The new coin portrait is only the 5th to be produced during Queen Elizabeth II's reign, with the first in 1953.
telegraph: A sketch of Queen Elizabeth II by Royal Mint artist Jody Clark that will be used on British coins
The Queen's fifth coin portrait sketch by Jody Clark.
King George III (1760-1820). House of Hanover. 3rd great-grandfather to Elizabeth II. Reign: 59 yrs, 3 mos, 2 days. Successor: son, George IV. He died at age 81. Movie called "The Madness of King George III released in 1994 starring Nigel Hawthorne as King George and Helen Mirren as Queen Charlotte.
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King George III 1760 - 1820 Grandson of George II Age 22-81 Ascended to the throne: October 25, 1760 aged 22 years Crowned: September 22, 1761 at Westminster Abbey Born: 4 June 1738 at Norfolk House, St. James Square, London Parents: Frederick Prince of Wales, and Augusta of Saxe-Gotha Married: Charlotte, daughter of Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz Children: Ten sons including George IV and William IV, and six daughters Died: 29 January 1820 at Windsor Castle, aged 81 years
King George III (Mad King George), after an official search for a suitable wife, he married Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz whom he first met on his wedding day. The couple enjoyed a happy marriage and he never took a mistress. They had 16 children including George and William, they were married for 57 years. George III died at Windsor Castle on 29 January 1820, after a reign of almost 60 years - the third longest in British history, and was succeeded by his son George IV.
Edward VII was born on the morning of 9th November, 1841 at Buckingham Palace, the first born son and second child of Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Bertie, as Prince of Wales, is perhaps best known for a series of amorous liaisons, which his mother did not approve of. The most commonly known of his mistresses were Lily Langtry, Sarah Bernhardt and Alice Keppel. (Great grandmother of Camilla Parker-Bowles)
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Edward VII: The Last Victorian King by Christopher Hibbert. $13.69. http://www.letrasdecanciones365.com/detailb/dpuky/Bu0k0y1iAaWu2wPlFxKu.html. Author: Christopher Hibbert. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2 edition (June 12, 2007). 363 pages. To his mother, Queen Victoria, he was "poor Bertie," to his wife he was "my dear little man," while the President of France called him "a great English king," and the German Kaiser condemned him a...
The House of Windsor - The future Edward VII was born on the morning of 9th November, 1841, at Buckingham Palace, the first born son and second child of Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
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Mary Stuart (1542–1587), Queen of Scots by unknown artist Glasgow Museums Oil on panel, 24.5 x 19.2 cm Collection: Glasgow Museums Where to see this painting? Provand’s Lordship 3 Castle Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G4 0RB
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2015 UK Fifth Definitive Portrait Proof Set.Exciting news has been announced – the fourth definitive coinage portrait of Her Majesty The Queen by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS, which has been a familiar presence on circulating coins since 1998, has been replaced by a new fifth portrait reflecting The Queen’s stature and maturity.
The Fifth Circulating Coinage Portrait – Final Editions Base Proof Set | The Royal Mint
Jody Clark at work on the Fifth Royal Coin Portrait. www.royalmint.com...
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The Fifth Portrait by Jody Clark. New portrait of Queen Elizabeth II for UK's 2015 coinage.
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The Fourth Portrait by Ian Rank-Broadley. This portrait of Queen Elizabeth II has been in use since 1998 on UK coinage. It will be replaced in 2015 with a new design.
A 2015 £1 coin bearing the fifth definitive coinage portrait of Her Majesty The Queen
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Royal Mint Unveils New Portrait of Queen For Britain’s Coinage----All British coins and currency feature a portrait of the Queen. The portrait has changed over the years and now the Royal Mint have unveiled the fifth iteration of the Queen’s Portrait.
The Fifth Definitive Coinage Portrait - announced 2 March 2015. www.royalmint.com...
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The Fifth Definitive Coinage Portrait - announced 2 March 2015. http://www.royalmint.com/Features/The-Fourth-and-Fifth-Definitive-Coinage-Portrait
The Diamond Jubilee Gold Crown - Minted in 22 carat gold to the highest Proof quality and with a maximum mintage of just 3,850 pieces, the UK gold coin features two new portraits of The Queen created especially for the Diamond Jubilee. Each coin is beautifully presented within a bespoke case and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The Diamond Jubilee Gold Crown - Minted in 22 carat gold to the highest Proof quality and with a maximum mintage of just 3,850 pieces, the UK gold coin features two new portraits of The Queen created especially for the Diamond Jubilee.
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Portrait of The Queen, standing on the spot in Westminster Abbey where she was crowned.
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A new official portrait of Britain's Queen, painted by Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans. ‘The Coronation Theatre, Westminster Abbey: A Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’, is the latest portrait to be commissioned by the Queen and depicts her in the Sacrarium of London's famous abbey.
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Queen Elizabeth I of England. The Tudor dynasty ruled England from 1485 to 1603. Their story encompasses some of the most dramatic and unforgettable events in European history. And they remain the most famous and controversial of royal families.
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Princess Elizabeth, 1942. This royal family has some seriously gorgeous genes. Queen Elizabeth is 87 years and she is still absolutely gorgeous!
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To the left is the official medallion, struck by The Royal Mint for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. It features a double headed design with the 'old head' Victoria on the obverse and the young head on the reverse. This iconic design was the inspiration for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Official UK £5 coin released in 2012. The legacy is clear. bit.ly/1Jgz9W3
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Mary, Queen of Scots (1542 - 1587). Queen of Scotland from 1542 to her abdication in 1567. She fled to France as a child to escape the threat of the English. After losing her throne in Scotland due to dislike of her Catholic faith she fled to England. She was imprisoned by Elizabeth I of England and plotted against her several times until her execution in 1587. She married three times and had a son by her second husband.
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#MaryStuart, who herself claimed to be the Queen of England. It was not long before Mary discovered that her new husband was interested only in securing sovereign power for himself.
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Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland, was queen regnant of Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567 and queen consort of France from 10 July 1559 to 5 December 1560. Mary was the only surviving legitimate child of King James V of Scots. She was 6 days old when her father died and she was crowned nine months later. In 1558, she married Francis, Dauphin of France. He ascended the French throne as King Francis II in 1559, and Mary became queen consort of France until she was widowed on 5 December 1560. Mary then returned to Scotland, arriving in Leith on 19 August 1561. Four years later, she married her first cousin, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley. Their union was unhappy and in February 1567, there was a huge explosion at their house, and Darnley was found dead, apparently strangled, in the garden. She soon married the 4th Earl of Bothwell, who was generally believed to be Darnley's murderer. Following an uprising against the couple, Queen Mary was imprisoned in Loch Leven Castle on 15 June 1567 and forced to abdicate in favour of her one-year-old son, King James VI. After an unsuccessful attempt to regain the throne, Mary fled to England seeking the protection of her first cousin once removed, Queen Elizabeth I of England. Mary had previously claimed Elizabeth's throne as her own and was considered the legitimate sovereign of England by many English Catholics, including participants in the Rising of the North. Perceiving her as a threat, Queen Elizabeth had her arrested. After 18 years and 9 months in custody in a number of castles and manor houses in England, she was tried and executed for treason for her alleged involvement in three plots to assassinate Elizabeth.
James V (1512 - 1542). King of Scotland from 1513 to his death in 1542. He did not tolerate Protestantism in his court, and persecuted those who followed the new faith. He married twice and had one surviving daughter with his second wife.