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King Of Scotland Gallery

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Choose from 41 pictures in our King Of Scotland collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


James III, King of Scotland, (1797).Artist: E Harding
James III, King of Scotland, (1797).Artist: E Harding
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Anabella Drummond, queen consort of Robert III of Scotland, (1797).Artist: E Harding
Anabella Drummond, queen consort of Robert III of Scotland, (1797).Artist: E Harding
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Aeneas Silvus Piccolomini at the Court of James I of Scotland, (1946). Creator: Unknown
Aeneas Silvus Piccolomini at the Court of James I of Scotland, (1946). Creator: Unknown
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Edinburgh Castle, As It Was Before the Siege of 1573, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Edinburgh Castle, As It Was Before the Siege of 1573, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Sword, Dagger and Ring of King James IV, of Scotland, 1897. Creator: Unknown
Sword, Dagger and Ring of King James IV, of Scotland, 1897. Creator: Unknown
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James IV, King of Scotland, (1909). Artist: Jacques Leboucq
James IV, King of Scotland, (1909). Artist: Jacques Leboucq
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Macbeth was a dogged warrior, c1934
Macbeth was a dogged warrior, c1934
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William the Lion taken prisoner, 1174 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
William the Lion taken prisoner, 1174 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
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Battle of Flodden, (1513), c1910
Battle of Flodden, (1513), c1910
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The Battle of Flodden, 9 September 1513, (c1880)
The Battle of Flodden, 9 September 1513, (c1880)
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Margaret, Queen of Scots, wife of James IV of Scots, 1912. Artist: Edmund Thomas Parris
Margaret, Queen of Scots, wife of James IV of Scots, 1912. Artist: Edmund Thomas Parris
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Directions for movement of troops prior to the battle of Solway Moss, (1542), 1889. Artist: James Stillie
Directions for movement of troops prior to the battle of Solway Moss, (1542), 1889. Artist: James Stillie
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The Battle of Flodden, 9 September 1513, (c1880) Featured Image

The Battle of Flodden, 9 September 1513, (c1880)

The Battle of Flodden, 9 September 1513, (c1880). The Battle of Flodden or Flodden Field, or occasionally Battle of Branxton (Brainston Moor, was part of a conflict between the Kingdoms of England and Scotland, fought in the county of Northumberland on 9 September 1513, between an invading Scots army under King James IV and an English army commanded by the Earl of Surrey, Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk (1443-1524). It was a decisive English victory. James IV was killed in the battle, becoming the last monarch from the island of Great Britain to suffer such a death. From British Battles on Land and Sea, Vol. I, by James Grant. [Cassell Petter & Galpin, London, Paris & New York, c1880]

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Catherine Douglas Barring the Door, (15th century), c1910
Catherine Douglas Barring the Door, (15th century), c1910
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King Constantine I of Scotland being slain by the Danes in 877, c1920.Artist: Margaret Dovaston
King Constantine I of Scotland being slain by the Danes in 877, c1920.Artist: Margaret Dovaston
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King James V of Scotland (1512-1542), c18th century.Artist: Gunst
King James V of Scotland (1512-1542), c18th century.Artist: Gunst
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James I of Scotland, 15th century, (c1920)
James I of Scotland, 15th century, (c1920)
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West Entrance to Holyrood Chapel, Edinburgh, 1814. Artist: John Greig
West Entrance to Holyrood Chapel, Edinburgh, 1814. Artist: John Greig
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Mill at Bannockburn, in which James III of Scotland was killed in 1488, (1840).Artist: C J Smith
Mill at Bannockburn, in which James III of Scotland was killed in 1488, (1840).Artist: C J Smith
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Balliol surrendering his crown to Edward I of England, 1296.Artist: J Rogers
Balliol surrendering his crown to Edward I of England, 1296.Artist: J Rogers
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James V of Scotland, (1806)
James V of Scotland, (1806)
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James III, (c19th century).Artist: Taylor
James III, (c19th century).Artist: Taylor
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James IV of Scotland.Artist: Gerimia
James IV of Scotland.Artist: Gerimia
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James IV of Scotland
James IV of Scotland
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James IV of Scotland as a boy
James IV of Scotland as a boy
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Catherine Douglas Barring the Door, (15th century), c1910 Featured Image

Catherine Douglas Barring the Door, (15th century), c1910

Catherine Douglas, later Catherine Kate Barlass, was a historical figure who tried to prevent the assassination of King James I of Scotland (1394-1437) on February 20, 1437. Douglas was a lady-in-waiting to his queen, Joan Beaufort (c1404-1445). Legend has it that during the King's stay at a Dominican chapterhouse in Perth, Sir Robert Graham led a group of men in a plot to kill the King. The King's Chamberlain, Robert Stewart, Master of Atholl, aware of the plot against his life, removed the bolt from the door of the room in which the royal couple were staying. Upon the arrival of the plotters James fled into a sewer tunnel whilst the queen and her ladies quickly replaced the floorboards to hide his location. Catherine sprang to the door and placed her arm through the staples to bar the assassins entrance. All to no avail however as they forced the door open anyway breaking Catherine's arm. Upon discovering the King they killed him. From a Pictorial Record of Remarkable Events in The History of the World, published by James Sangster and Co. c1910

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James IV of Scotland.Artist: Roberts
James IV of Scotland.Artist: Roberts
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James I of Scotland, (1794).Artist: Adam
James I of Scotland, (1794).Artist: Adam
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James I of Scotland
James I of Scotland
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James III of Scotland, (1796)
James III of Scotland, (1796)
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James II of Scotland
James II of Scotland
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James III of Scotland
James III of Scotland
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James II of Scotland, (1794).Artist: Adam
James II of Scotland, (1794).Artist: Adam
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Donald IV, King of Scotland.Artist: Alexander Bannerman
Donald IV, King of Scotland.Artist: Alexander Bannerman
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Letter from Queen Catherine of Aragon to her husband Henry VIII, 16th September 1513.Artist: Catherine of Aragon
Letter from Queen Catherine of Aragon to her husband Henry VIII, 16th September 1513.Artist: Catherine of Aragon
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James I, King of Scotland, (c1850)
James I, King of Scotland, (c1850)
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Duncan I, King of Scotland.Artist: Taylor
Duncan I, King of Scotland.Artist: Taylor
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Alexander III, King of Scotland.Artist: Hall
Alexander III, King of Scotland.Artist: Hall
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Letter from Queen Catherine of Aragon to her husband Henry VIII, 16th September 1513.Artist: Catherine of Aragon Featured Image

Letter from Queen Catherine of Aragon to her husband Henry VIII, 16th September 1513.Artist: Catherine of Aragon

Letter from Queen Catherine of Aragon to her husband Henry VIII, Woburn, 16th September 1513. Facsimile of a letter from Catherine of Aragon to Henry, then in France, with the news of the battle of Flodden (9th September) and the death of James IV of Scotland. Illustration from the first series of Facsimiles of royal, historical, literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum: Series I - V, [London, 1899]

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David I, King of Scotland
David I, King of Scotland
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Malcolm IV, King of Scotland
Malcolm IV, King of Scotland
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Alexander II, King of Scotland.Artist: Hall
Alexander II, King of Scotland.Artist: Hall
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Portion of a letter from Henry V, c1419.Artist: Henry V
Portion of a letter from Henry V, c1419.Artist: Henry V
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James III, 19th century. Artist: George J Stodart
James III, 19th century. Artist: George J Stodart
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