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Featured Tower of London Print

Yoeman of The Guard with The Queen

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh sit with the Yeomen of the Guard - probably the oldest military corps still active in the world - inside Buckingham Palace. * Dressed in Tudor uniforms - scarlet doublets, breeches, red stockings, white ruffs and black velvet hats - they form the Queen's ceremonial bodyguard, dating back to 1485. Although similarly attired, the Yeomen of the Guard are not the same as the Yeomen Warders at the Tower of London, whose duties are confined to guarding the Tower. These days, the Yeomen of the Guard are retired warrant officers or non-commissioned officers of the Regular Army, Royal Marines or Royal Air Force with a distinguished record and a Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. With the Yeomen Warders, they are popularly known as "Beefeaters"

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'Tower of London. The Wakefield Tower', c1910. Creator: Unknown

'Tower of London. The Wakefield Tower', c1910. View of part of the Tower of London - historic palace, prison, fortress and armoury - which dates from the 11th century. 'The Jewel House in the Wakefield Tower. The Regalia or State Jewels have been kept here since 1856. The Imperial State Crown is set with 3000 diamonds, 300 pearls, and many other precious stones, while the King's Sceptre has the 'Star of Africa', the largest cut diamond in the world.' The Crown Jewels were later moved to a vault in the Waterloo Block (formerly a barracks). Postcard. [Raphael Tuck & Sons]

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'Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel', (mid 19th century). Creator: Henry Thomas Ryall

'Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel', (mid 19th century). Portrait of English nobleman Saint Philip Howard, 20th Earl of Arundel (1557-1595) who became a Catholic during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. He spent ten years in the Tower of London, although charges of high treason were never proved. He asked the Queen, as he lay dying of dysentery, to allow him to see his wife, and his baby son who had never seen. The Queen told him that if he would return to Protestantism his request would be granted. Howard refused. He was acclaimed as a Catholic Martyr and was canonised by Pope Paul VI in 1970. 'From the original of Zucchero, in the collection of His Grace The Duke of Norfolk'. [The London Printing and Publishing Company, London]

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