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Order Of The Garter Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 52 pictures in our Order Of The Garter collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Chapter of the Order of the Garter: Investiture of the King of the French, 1844 Featured Print

Chapter of the Order of the Garter: Investiture of the King of the French, 1844

Chapter of the Order of the Garter: Investiture of the King of the French, 1844. A traditional honour is bestowed upon King Louis Philippe at Windsor Castle: Upon entering the Chapter-room, his Majesty was received by the Sovereign [Queen Victoria] and the Knights Companions, standing, and placed in a chair of state on the right hand of the Sovereign. Her Majesty then announced to the King of the French that his Majesty had been duly elected a Knight of the Most Noble Order'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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King Charles II, 1660s (1934). Artist: John Michael Wright Featured Print

King Charles II, 1660s (1934). Artist: John Michael Wright

King Charles II, 1660s (1934). After the execution of his father, Charles I, in 1649 during the English Civil War, Charles II (1630-1685) went into exile. After the death of Oliver Cromwell and the fall of the Protectorate in 1659 a restoration of the monarchy was negotiated and Charles made a triumphal entry into London on 29 May 1660, his birthday. From The Studio Volume 107. [The Offices of the Studio Ltd., London, 1934]

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The Young Chavalier, Prince Charles Edward Stuart, c1730s.Artist: A J Skrimshire Featured Print

The Young Chavalier, Prince Charles Edward Stuart, c1730s.Artist: A J Skrimshire

The Young Chavalier, Prince Charles Edward Stuart, c1730s. Also known as Bonnie Prince Charlie, and the Young Pretender, Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788) was the last serious Stuart claimant to the British throne and leader of the unsuccessful Jacobite rebellion of 1745-1746. Charles's grandfather was the exiled Roman Catholic king James II, and his father, James Edward, the Old Pretender, affected in exile the title King James III. Charles was reared a Catholic and trained in the arts of war. He was forced to flee into exile after the disastrous defeat of the Scots at Culloden on 16 April 1746. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume III, Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

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