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Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith Featured Charles II Print

Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith

Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith. S. Edwards Crown, The Imperial State Crown, The Sovereigns Orb and the head of the Royal Sceptre with Cross. (1) The Imperial State Crown, made in 1838 for Queen Victoria, showing, in from, the Black Princes Ruby (2) The Sovereigns orb made for Charles II (3) The head of the Royal Sceptre with Cross showing the Star of Africa (4) St. Edwards Crown made for Charles II. Date: 1953

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Anthony Payne The Cornish Giant, Sir Godfrey Kneller, Baronet (1646-1723) Featured Charles II Print

Anthony Payne The Cornish Giant, Sir Godfrey Kneller, Baronet (1646-1723)

Oil on canvas, English School, 1680. Anthony Payne (circa 1612-1691), The Cornish Giant, was 7 foot, 4 inches tall. He was a yeoman of Stratton and was the personal retainer to Sir Bevill Grenville, a leading Royalist. He was present at the Battle of Lansdown (1643) when Sir Bevill was killed. This painting was commissioned by Charles II, probably as a gift to Sir Bevill's son, John of Stowe in Kilkhampton parish. Anthony Payne is shown wearing the uniform of a Halberdier of the Guns of Plymouth Citadel. He died at Stratton, near Bude, in the same house he was born in. Born in Germany, Kneller became the leading portraitist in England during the late 17th and early 18th centuries

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Chapel Royal choristers Featured Charles II Print

Chapel Royal choristers

Seven Chapel royal boy choristers make their way along the street towards Buckingham Palace for an 11 o'clock service, on the occasion of the King's return to London. The Chapel Royal choir has existed since before the Norman Conquest -- the distinctive State uniforms seen in this photograph date from the reign of Charles II. The choir consists of six adult male singers and ten boys

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