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Coat of arms of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (f°17v) -- Genelogies of the Erles of Lecestre and Chester, England, ca. 1572-1573 [Ms. Codex 1070 -http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/4218616]

Coat of arms of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (f°17v) -- Genelogies of the Erles of Lecestre and Chester, England, ca. 1572-1573 [Ms. Codex 1070 -http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/4218616]

Anne Boleyn's coat of arms: the Tudor coat of arms on the left half with the family coat of arms of her ancestors [distant and remote]. The Arms of Queen Anne are the first which exemplify the usage, introduced by Henry VIII, of granting to his Consorts "Augmentations" to their paternal arms. Quarterly of six: Duchy of Lancaster; Anjou-Naples; Aquitaine; Butler/Rochford indented; Thomas of Brotherton; and Warenne.

Anne Boleyn's coat of arms: the Tudor coat of arms on the left half with the family coat of arms of her ancestors [distant and remote]. The Arms of Queen Anne are the first which exemplify the usage, introduced by Henry VIII, of granting to his Consorts "Augmentations" to their paternal arms. Quarterly of six: Duchy of Lancaster; Anjou-Naples; Aquitaine; Butler/Rochford indented; Thomas of Brotherton; and Warenne.

QUEEN ELIZABETH I TUDOR HANGING ON HER BREAST, A VERY SIMILAR GOLD ENAMELED PENDANT TO THE DARNLEY-LENNOX JEWEL.

QUEEN ELIZABETH I TUDOR HANGING ON HER BREAST, A VERY SIMILAR GOLD ENAMELED PENDANT TO THE DARNLEY-LENNOX JEWEL.

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