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Queen Elizabeth II’s special Coronation Glove [1953] (seen on right) was made by Dents.  The glove worn by Queen Elizabeth I for her Coronation is seen on the left.

1559 Coronation glove worn by Queen Elizabeth I on the left. On the right is Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation glove made by Dents,

The ancient & historic Hatfield House was home to the young Queen Elizabeth I. It was at Hatfield House that Elizabeth received news of her proclamation as Queen & first received her newly appointed council. Much of the old house is gone, and the newer parts have long been the home to the Earls of Salisbury since the begining of the 17th century. The gates are to keep dogs from going upstairs.

The ancient & historic Hatfield House was home to the young Queen Elizabeth I. Much of the old house is gone, and the newer parts have long been the home to the Earls of Salisbury since the beginning of the century

Queen Mary's coronation gown (paternal grandmother to Queen Elizabeth II)

Coronation gown Posted on the Alexander Palace Time Machine Discussion Forum by boffer on 7 March 2006

In the Green Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton October 1957

Dress and robes designed by Norman Hartnell for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 2, 1953

Dress and robes designed by Norman Hartnell for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 1953 From the Royal Collection via the Telegra.

"ER RING" The ring was removed from Elizabeth I’s finger after her death on March 24th 1603. It is mother-of-pearl, the band set with rubies. The ‘E’ has diamonds set over a blue enamel ‘R’. A pearl is also clearly visible. This ring's stunning façade hides a secret – the head is hinged and within it lie two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth c. 1575 and one of an unnamed woman wearing a costume of Henry VIII’s reign. It is thought that she is Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth's mother.

Queen Elizabeth I’s locket ring, taken from her hand at her death. ER (Elizabeth Regina) in diamonds and blue enamel on outside; inside, a portrait of herself and her mother, Anne Boleyn, who was executed when Elizabeth was two years old.

Elizabeth dated Oct. 31, 1584 in which she criticizes her rival in remarks intended to be shown or read to the Scottish queen. Among her observations, the English monarch writes of Mary’s “sundry hard and daungerous coorses heald towardes us.”

Elizabeth I -- A letter dated 31 Oct 1584 in which she criticises her rival in remarks intended to be shown or read to the Scottish queen. Among her observations, the English monarch writes of Mary’s “sundry hard and daungerous coorses heald towardes us".

Shoes worn by Queen Anne Boleyn, Queen Elizabeth I's mother

These were orignally credited as "shoes worn by Queen Anne Boleyn." They actually belong to the Northampton Museums & Art Gallery and do not have date or provenance.

Dresses that belonged to Queen Elizabeth I | dress above is quite recognisable as something that Queen Elizabeth ...

After our visit to the Roman baths , we didn't have a lot of time for the fashion museum nearby, which was terribly sad, but we did spend a .

Henry Sperling with his wife and fellow Holocaust survivor, Yaja at their wedding in 1947

Last victim of Treblinka: He survived SEVEN Nazi concentration camps... but the nightmare caught up with him 44 years after starting a new life

Henry Sperling with his wife and fellow Holocaust survivor, Yaja at their wedding in These are the true icons of the century.

Queen Elizabeth 1 gloves are seen for the first time in public and on loan from the Dents private collection

Unseen Historic Royal Glove Collection Launches At Selfridges

The priceless item is actually an ornate glove hand sewn from white alum tawed leather. The magnificent piece has a cuff, decorated beautifully with pearls, sequins and silver thread.

During the coronation, Queen Elizabeth was dressed in cloth of gold. This is the Mantle (outer robe). The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Royal Splendor Jewels for Queen Elizabeth's Crowning

Zuccaro's sketch of Queen Elizabeth I; c1570s; the most authentic likeness of the queen

Elizabeth I: Colored sketch, attributed to Federico Zuccaro. This beautiful sketch can be viewed at Sudeley Castle.

Royal Court Doublet: Renaissance Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Madrigal Costume: The Tudor Shoppe

Edouard clothes - Royal Court Doublet: Renaissance Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Madrigal Costume: The Tudor Shoppe