Queen Margaret of Anjou

Queen Margaret of Anjou

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Caption: Queen Margaret of Anjou (1430-82). Queen of England. The queen is wearing a crowned head-dress and veil studded with pearls. Her gown iscloth of gold. Behind the queen are several ladies of court. Image taken from The Costume of the original inhabitants of the British Islands from the earliest periods to the sixth century to which is added that of theGothic nations on the Western Coasts of the Baltic the ancestors of the Anglo-saxons and Anglo-Danes.. Originally published in R. Havell: London 1815. Author Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, C H Smith, Illustrated by J Merrigot.

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