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queen elizabeth i engravings - Google Search

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Jewellery detail of Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, about 1572-5

Jewellery detail of Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, about 1572-5

My arrival in England put cousin Liz in a difficult position because I had such a strong claim to the English throne, and I was a strong Catholic. Again, I was put in prison.

My arrival in England put cousin Liz in a difficult position because I had such a strong claim to the English throne, and I was a strong Catholic. Again, I was put in prison.

1572-3_Queen Elizabeth I of England. Portrait miniature medallion  Artist: Unknown.  Zeelandic Museum

1572-3_Queen Elizabeth I of England. Portrait miniature medallion Artist: Unknown. Zeelandic Museum

Funeral Effigy of Queen Elizabeth I. I personally think this is what she looks like. She resembles her father here.

Funeral Effigy of Queen Elizabeth I. I personally think this is what she looks like. She resembles her father here.

This image of Elizabeth I from a guild book of the Barber Surgeons in York was included with a copy of a speech in the Virgin Queen's own hand. Her court painters tried to make her as ageless as possible in all her official portraits so it's interesting to see her true face like this.

This image of Elizabeth I from a guild book of the Barber Surgeons in York was included with a copy of a speech in the Virgin Queen's own hand. Her court painters tried to make her as ageless as possible in all her official portraits so it's interesting to see her true face like this.

In this portrait, Elizabeth I is shown in a dark red gown decorated with pearls and holding a feather fan. By Federico Zuccaro.

In this portrait, Elizabeth I is shown in a dark red gown decorated with pearls and holding a feather fan. By Federico Zuccaro.

A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.

A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.