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Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward refuses succour to his son at Crecy, 1346 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Edward refuses succour to his son at Crecy, 1346 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Edward refuses succour to his son at Crecy, 1864. King Edward III, (1312- 1377) standing on a hillside refusing succour to his son Edward the Black Prince, (1330-1376)) at the at the Battle of Crecy

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Representation of Edward, the Black Prince, kneeling in veneration of the Holy Trinity

Representation of Edward, the Black Prince, kneeling in veneration of the Holy Trinity. Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), popularly known as the Black Prince

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Youngs Garage at Woodstock in Oxfordshire, early 1950 s. Creator: Unknown

Youngs Garage at Woodstock in Oxfordshire, early 1950 s. Creator: Unknown
Youngs Garage at Woodstock in Oxfordshire, early 1950 s

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Bridge at Blenheim Palace (recto); York Cathedral (verso), 18th-19th century

Bridge at Blenheim Palace (recto); York Cathedral (verso), 18th-19th century

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Tomb of the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral, c1870

Tomb of the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral, c1870. Tomb of Edward the Black Prince, one of the greatest knights of his age in Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageWoodstock Collection: King John at Poitiers, (1356), 1890. Creator: Unknown

King John at Poitiers, (1356), 1890. Creator: Unknown
King John at Poitiers, (1356), 1890. John II of France (1319-1364), surrounded and captured by the French army of Edward the Black Prince at the Battle of Poitiers in 1356 during the Hundred Years

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward the Black Prince waiting on John King of France his Prisoner, 1773. Creator

Edward the Black Prince waiting on John King of France his Prisoner, 1773. Creator
Edward the Black Prince waiting on John King of France his Prisoner, 1773. King John II of France (1319-1364), taken prisoner after defeat at the Battle of Poitiers in 1356 was invited to supper in

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Blenheim, South East View, Oxfordshire, 1831. Creator: William Radclyffe

Blenheim, South East View, Oxfordshire, 1831. Creator: William Radclyffe
Blenheim, South East View, Oxfordshire, 1831. View of Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire. One of Britains greatest stately homes

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Blenheim House

Blenheim House. Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, was built in the 18th century as the seat of the Dukes of Marlborough

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Gallery of Costume: In the Days of the Second and Third Edwards, c1934

The Gallery of Costume: In the Days of the Second and Third Edwards, c1934. Illustration of costume worn during the reigns of King Edward II (1307-1327) and King Edward III (1327-1377)

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Imperial State Crown, 1953. Artist: Rundell, Bridge and Rundell

The Imperial State Crown, 1953. Artist: Rundell, Bridge and Rundell
The Imperial State Crown, worn on State occasions. In front is the balas ruby given to the Black Prince in the fourteenth century, 1953

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Queen Anne intercedes with Gloucester and Arundel for Sir Simon de Burley, 1388 (1864)

Queen Anne intercedes with Gloucester and Arundel for Sir Simon de Burley, 1388 (1864). The Earls of Gloucester and Arundel were two of the five powerful nobles known as the Lords Appellant

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Nobles before King Richard II, Westminster, 1387 (1864)

Nobles before King Richard II, Westminster, 1387 (1864). Lords Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick before the King, who demands the removal of the traitors who were about him

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Black Prince extorts an amnesty from Pedro the Cruel, Spain, 1367 (1864). Artist

The Black Prince extorts an amnesty from Pedro the Cruel, Spain, 1367 (1864). Artist
The Black Prince extorts an amnesty from Pedro the Cruel, Spain, 1367 (1864). Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376) forced an amnesty from Pedro The Cruel (1334-1369), King of Castile

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Prince Edward serves John of Artois at table after having defeated him at Poitiers, 1356 (1864)

Prince Edward serves John of Artois at table after having defeated him at Poitiers, 1356 (1864). Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376) consoles John of Artois (1321-1387)

Background imageWoodstock Collection: King Edward III refuses succour to his son at the Battle of Crecy, France, 1346 (1864)

King Edward III refuses succour to his son at the Battle of Crecy, France, 1346 (1864). One of the defining battles of the Hundred Years War between England and France

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward The Black Prince, c1787

Edward The Black Prince, c1787. From A New, Universal and Impartial History of England: From the Earliest Authentic Records, and most Genuine Historical Evidence, to the Winter of the Year 1784

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward, the Black Prince, c1618 (1894). Artist: Renold Elstrack

Edward, the Black Prince, c1618 (1894). Artist: Renold Elstrack
Edward, the Black Prince (1330-1376), c1618 (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Queen Anne intercedes from Sir Simon Burley, 1388 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Queen Anne intercedes from Sir Simon Burley, 1388 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Queen Anne intercedes from Sir Simon Burley, 1864. Queen Anne, (1366- 1394) bows on her knees in supplication for intercession with with Gloucester and Arundel for Sir Simon Burley

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, 1387 (1864)

Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, 1387 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, Westminster, 1387 (1864). The Lords Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick before King Richard II

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The First Cannon at Crecy, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson

The First Cannon at Crecy, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson
The First Cannon at Crecy, 1902. A major engagement of the Hundred Years War between England and France (1337-1453). Edward III of England and his son Edward, the Black Prince

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Tomb of the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral, 1903. Artist: Carl Norman

Tomb of the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral, 1903. Artist: Carl Norman
Tomb of the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral, 1903. From Social England, Volume II, edited by H.D. Traill, D.C.L. and J. S. Mann, M.A

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward the Black Prince waiting on his Royal Prisoner John, King of France, c1787

Edward the Black Prince waiting on his Royal Prisoner John, King of France, c1787
Edward the Black Prince waiting on his Royal Prisoner John, King of France, after defeating him at the Battle of Poictiers, c1787

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward the Black Prince, conducting his Prisoner, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

Edward the Black Prince, conducting his Prisoner, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
Edward the Black Prince, conducting his Prisoner, c1860, (c1860). Edward of Woodstock (1330-1376), the Black Prince and the eldest son of King Edward III parading his prisoners

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward III. Knighting the Black Prince, 1384, (c1880)

Edward III. Knighting the Black Prince, 1384, (c1880). Edward of Woodstock (15 June 1330- 8 June 1376), the Black Prince, was the eldest son of King Edward III

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Black Prince as Waiter to King John, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech

The Black Prince as Waiter to King John, c1860, (c1860). Artist: John Leech
The Black Prince as Waiter to King John, c1860, (c1860). Edward of Woodstock( 1330-1376), called the Black Prince, was the eldest son of King Edward III

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward the Black Prince (eldest Son of Edward III) conducting the King of France his Prisoner

Edward the Black Prince (eldest Son of Edward III) conducting the King of France his Prisoner throu Artist
Edward the Black Prince (eldest Son of Edward III) conducting the King of France his Prisoner through the City of London, 1356, 1783. After Samuel Wale (c1721-1786)

Background imageWoodstock Collection: John II of France surrendering his sword to Denis de Morbeck at the Battle of Poitiers, 1356 (1793)

John II of France surrendering his sword to Denis de Morbeck at the Battle of Poitiers, 1356 (1793)
King John II of France surrendering his sword to Denis de Morbeck (a knight of Artois) at the battle of Poitiers, 1356 (1793). From Ashburtons History of England, by Charles Alfred Ashburton. [W

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward the Black Prince, 1793

Edward the Black Prince, 1793. From Ashburtons History of England, by Charles Alfred Ashburton. [W. & J. Stratford, High Holborn, London, 1793]

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Visit to Duchy of Cornwall Estate, 1937

Visit to Duchy of Cornwall Estate, 1937. King George VI visiting his Duchy of Cornwall estate in Kennington, March 17th, 1937

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Celebrities from history

Celebrities from history. Oliver Cromwell, Edward Black Prince, The Pretender, William D of Cumberland.Published by Alex Hogg, 18th century

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Battle of Crecy in France, 1346

Battle of Crecy in France, 1346
Battle of Crecy in France.Edward III and his son the Black Prince won a Victory over Kings of France, Bohemia and Majorca, 1346

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Richard II and his father, the Black Prince, 14th century, (1910)

Richard II and his father, the Black Prince, 14th century, (1910). A young Richard II (ruled 1377-1399), and his father Edward the Black Prince

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Battle of Poitiers, France, 1356

Battle of Poitiers, France, 1356. King John II of France taken prisoner at the conclusion of the second of the three great English victories of the Hundred Years War

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, early 20th century

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, early 20th century. Blenheim Palace is the only non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title palace

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Investiture of the Black Prince as a Knight of the Garter, 1348, (c1920)

The Investiture of the Black Prince as a Knight of the Garter, 1348, (c1920). Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume I, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The widow of the Black Prince appealing to Wat Tyler for protection from the mob, 1381

The widow of the Black Prince appealing to Wat Tyler for protection from the mob, 1381
The widow of the Black Prince appealing to Wat Tyler for protection from the mob. Wat Tyler (1360-1381) was the leader of the Peasants Revolt

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Arrest of the Duke of Gloucester. Artist: Charles Joseph Staniland

Arrest of the Duke of Gloucester. Artist: Charles Joseph Staniland
Arrest of the Duke of Gloucester, 1397. Thomas of Woodstock, 1st Duke of Gloucester (1355-1397) was the thirteenth and youngest child of King Edward III and Queen Philippa

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward, the Black Prince, relating the particulars of the Battle of Poictiers, 19th century

Edward, the Black Prince, relating the particulars of the Battle of Poictiers, 19th century. Artist: J Collyer
Edward, the Black Prince, relating the particulars of the Battle of Poictiers, France, 19th century. Edward, relates the particulars of the Battle of Poictiers to his wife, Joan

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), 19th century. Artist: J Rogers

Edward, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), 19th century. Artist: J Rogers
Edward, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), 19th century. Edward presents the captive king John of France and his son to his father, Edward III

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Battle of Poictiers, 19th September 1356

The Battle of Poictiers, 19th September 1356. From Cassells Illustrated History of England

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Philippa of Hainault, Queen consort of Edward III. Artist: WH Egleton

Philippa of Hainault, Queen consort of Edward III. Artist: WH Egleton
Philippa of Hainault (1314-1369), Queen consort of Edward III

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Canopy of the Black Princes tomb in Canterbury Cathedral

Canopy of the Black Princes tomb in Canterbury Cathedral. Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), popularly known as the Black Prince

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The tomb of Edward, the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral

The tomb of Edward, the Black Prince, Canterbury Cathedral. Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), popularly known as the Black Prince

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Edward, the Black Prince, (1786). Artist: Goldar

Edward, the Black Prince, (1786). Artist: Goldar
Edward, the Black Prince, (1786). Edward, Prince of Wales and Aquitaine and Duke of Cornwall (1330-1376) was the eldest son of King Edward III of England and the father of King Richard II

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Effigy of Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376), 1824. Artist: Edward Blore

Effigy of Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376), 1824. Artist: Edward Blore
Effigy of Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376), 1824. Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales (1330-1376), popularly known as the Black Prince

Background imageWoodstock Collection: Battle At Poitiers, 1356, (c1850)

Battle At Poitiers, 1356, (c1850). The Battle of Poitiers was fought between the kingdoms of England and France in 1356. Colour plate from Pictures of English History published by George Routledge &

Background imageWoodstock Collection: The Black Prince At Crecy, 1346, (c1850)

The Black Prince At Crecy, 1346, (c1850). The victory at Crecy in 1346 was lead by Prince Edward, The Black Prince. Colour plate from Pictures of English History



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