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'Cursed' saddle used by Queen Elizabeth I and once owned by late writer Miles Kington expected to fetch £10,000 at auction

By Royal appointment: The saddle used by Queen Elizabeth I on her state visit to Bristol in 1574 which was once owned by Writer Miles Kington who joked it was cursed

An embroidered book stitched by Princess Elizabeth Tudor (future Elizabeth I) for her stepmother, Katherine Parr


Rachel Skarsten in Reign. At least this one has VAGUELY Tudor likes -- great as a fantasy costume.


Detail: Elizabeth I and the Three Goddesses, 1569. Variously attributed to Joris Hoefnagel and Hans Eworth. © The Royal Collection.

The Commons Petitioning Elizabeth I to Marry, by Solomon Joseph Solomon


Blickling Hall entrance with a statue of Anne Boleyn in the corner opposite a statue of her daughter, Queen Elizabeth I opposite

The actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I. It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath. Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.


Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, c.1587. (The eldest surviving son of Lettice Knollys and stepson to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester & Elizabeth I favorite) in tilting armour. He wears a lady's glove as a favor on his right arm; this miniature may commemorate his appearance at a tournament in 1595 when Elizabeth I of England gave him her glove.


"The Sleeping Princess" illustration by Arthur Rackham for 'The Allies Fairy Book', Heinemann, 1916.

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Elizabeth Gillies

Elizabeth Gillies. We've been compared...look wise and attitude wise (relating to her 'Victorious' character, Jade)