"Angel of Edward IV., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902

Angel Coin

"Angel of Edward IV., British Museum. (size of the original.)"-Whitney, 1902

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical illustrations of the female dress of their era in its simplest and most characteristic forms, as the entire group in which they appear attests the dignified simplicity which the artists of the Middle Ages, with such excellent taste, have shown that they held to be appropriate for the costume, in itself always accurate and historically true." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Daughter of Edward III

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical…

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical illustrations of the female dress of their era in its simplest and most characteristic forms, as the entire group in which they appear attests the dignified simplicity which the artists of the Middle Ages, with such excellent taste, have shown that they held to be appropriate for the costume, in itself always accurate and historically true." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Daughter of Edward III

"The effigies of the two royal sisters speak for themselves as expressive and authoritative typical…

Edward, fourteenth Earl of Derby.

Earl of Derby

Edward, fourteenth Earl of Derby.

Edward I of England.

Edward I

Edward I of England.

Edward II of England

Edward II

Edward II of England

Image taken from the tomb of the English king.

Edward III

Image taken from the tomb of the English king.

Edward III of England.

Edward III

Edward III of England.

"Coin of Edward IV." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Edward IV

"Coin of Edward IV." — Lardner, 1885

A sceptre from the seal of Edward the Confessor.

Sceptre of Edward the Confessor

A sceptre from the seal of Edward the Confessor.

"Edward VI, and his Council. From a wood-cut on the title-page of 'Acts of Parliament," A.D. 1551." —D'Anvers, 1895

Edward VI

"Edward VI, and his Council. From a wood-cut on the title-page of 'Acts of Parliament," A.D. 1551."…

"Coin of Edward VI." — Lardner, 1885

Coin of Edward VI

"Coin of Edward VI." — Lardner, 1885

Image taken from Effigy at Cantebury

Edward, The Black Prince

Image taken from Effigy at Cantebury

"This distinguished American was born in 1794, at Dorchester, near Boston, Massachusetts, entered Harvard College in 1807, and took his degree in 1811." —The Popular Cyclopedia, 1888

Edward Everette

"This distinguished American was born in 1794, at Dorchester, near Boston, Massachusetts, entered Harvard…

The heraldic shield of the Black Prince, who was father of Richard II of England.

Black Prince

The heraldic shield of the Black Prince, who was father of Richard II of England.

Prince, made bid for English throne. Also known as the Pretender.

Charles Edward Stuart

Prince, made bid for English throne. Also known as the Pretender.