(1844-1925) Consort of King Edward VII. She founded the Imperial Military Nursing Service and instituted…
Anne (6 February 1665 – 1 August 1714) became Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland on 8 March…
The wedding of Arthur and Guenevere in the great Cathedral at Canterbury.
In ancient Assyria, princes, princesses, and priests vied with each other in luxury.
Argent, a fess, azure. The fess is formed by two horizontal lines drawn above and below the centre of…
(1188-1252) Queen of France who governed for her young son
A boy and girl, sitting.
The King's trial (on charges of high treason and "other high crimes") began on January 2, but Charles…
Charles II (Charles Stuart; 29 May 1630 – 6 February 1685) was the King of England, Scotland,…
(1294-132) King of France from 1322-1328
Charles VI (1368 – 1422), called the Beloved and the Mad, was King of France from 1380 to his death.
(1403-1461) King of France. During his reign , Joan of Arc led the troops and the war against Britain…
Charles VIII, called the Affable, (1470 – 1498), was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as…
(1818-1906) Crowned King of Denmark in 1863
The crown of the Prince Consort.
A coronet of an English Duke.
"Coronet of the prince of Wales." -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of a baron." -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of a duke." -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of a royal duke." -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of an earl." -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of a marquis." -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of a princess of England" -Hall, 1862
Coronet "of a viscount." -Hall, 1862
A wreath or garland, or any ornament encircling the head, especially as a badge of dignity or power.
"The crown of the king of England." -Hall, 1862
Worn by British Royalty.
An illustration of an English crown.
A crown used for the coronation of emperors.
A royal crown.
Battle fought between two brothers, Cyrus the Younger and Arsaces. Cyrus managed to collect eleven thousand…
An illustration of a "silver Medal-cup (The medals are all of the Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel.)"…
The Queen, from Hans Holbein's series of engravings, Dance of Death.
(1274-1305) Queen of France married to Philippe le Bel
"DIADEM, a circle of gold with points rising from it, worn by ancient kings as the token of royalty.…
Edward VI became King of England and Ireland on January 28, 1547, at just nine years of age. Edward,…
Prince of Wales, Edward VII, was the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King of…
Elizabeth being carried on a gondola by eight men.
Queen of England.
Queen of England
Enid leads the way on horseback.
(1831-1888) The second German emperor and eighth King of Prussia.
George I (1845 – 1913) was King of Greece from 1863 until his death in 1913.
Guinevere and Enid from the story of King Arthur
(1872-1957) King of Norway from 1905-1957
This painting is by Sir Anthony Van Dyck. It is one of at least twenty-five that the artist made of…
Queen Henrietta Maria was Queen Consort of England, Scotland and Ireland through her marriage to Charles…
Henry VIII was married six times during his life. First, to Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymor,…
The heraldic shield of Henry V, Prince of Wales.
Henry VIII and all of his men coming into the city
(1271-1336) Queen of France married to Philip III King of France
James II of England and Ireland, James VII of Scotland (14 October 1633 – 16 September 1701) was…
Joab's Artifice, from Hans Holbein's series of engravings known as his Bible Cuts.
(1830-1916) Emperor of Austria and King of Bohemia and Hungary
An illustration of a king and queen holding hands and dancing with a large group of people.
The King and Queen of Hearts.
In Longfellow's poem, an angel took King Robert's place and made Robert the royal jester until he admitted…