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Queen Mary with her two eldest sons, Edward Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) and Prince Albert (later King George VI)

Queen Victoria Case This case includes items that belonged to Queen Victoria, a pair of ivory court shoes, that she passed onto a lady in waiting, a pair of pink silk stockings that feature the crown and the initials 'VR', her shawl and a pair of Princess Victoria's elasticated side boots.

The Field Armor of King Henry VIII of England “This impressive armor was made for Henry VIII (r. 1509–47) towards the end of his life when he was overweight and crippled with gout. Constructed for use on horse and on foot it was probably worn by the king during his last military campaign, the siege of Boulogne in 1544.”

WHITE ROSE ~1ST KING OF THE YORKISTS ~EDWARD IV, son of Cecily Neville and ???but not Richard, Duke of York. In 2004 the scientists found documents that proved Richard of York was not the biological father of Edward IV.The claims were also based around Edward's appearance and the circumstances surrounding his overseas birth. Edward IV had 10 children by Elizabeth Woodville, that were declared illegitimate by Parliament in 1483 as Edward IV has had a betrothal before he met Elizabeth…

Brass image of Elizabeth Blount mistress of Henry VIII and mother of his illegitimate son, Henry Fitzroy. Little is known of Elizabeth Blount's early years, except for her reputation as a beauty, and for her famous affair with King Henry VIII. There is no known portrait of her in existence. As a young girl, she came to the King's Court as a maid-of-honour to Catherine of Aragon. It was there that the young teenager caught the eye of the King and became his mistress for about eight years.

461 YEARS AGO TODAY ~ ON 20 JULY 1547 ~ THE 9 YEAR OLD SON OF KING HENRY VIII AND HIS QUEEN, JANE SEYMOUR - WAS CROWNED, "KING OF ENGLAND".

Lloyd & Marian Michael reunited with wartime love letters stolen 40 years ago...just in time for their 70th anniversary. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2257868/

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Howard Carter, an English archaeologist, examining the opened sarcophagus of King Tut.