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It is said that Anne Boleyn embroidered this coif and headpiece. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Coif and headpiece on display at Hever Castle in Kent. It is said to have been made and embroidered by Anne Boleyn, although it looks more Elizabethan to me.

This is the first love token King Henry VIII gave to Anne Boleyn, which she kept until her death. It is a tiny gold dog whistle with a salt spoon, earpick and toothpick (he was known for his hygeine!). When Anne gave it to her jailer shortly before her execution she pointed out that the design is of a serpent adding "and thus he (Henry) proved ever unto me". It's now kept at Chequers, the Prime Minister's country residence.

Henry VIII's first love token to Anne Boleyn. This is the first love token King Henry VIII gave to Anne Boleyn, which she kept until her death.

anne boleyns' tower | Tower of London: Anne Boleyn's needlework | Anne was a very talented at needlework. Beautiful detail and to think this piece is over 500 years old!

Tower of London: Anne Boleyn's needlework An example of the stitchwork produced by one of the Tower's most famous temporary residents.

Title page of Roland Hui's version of Anne Boleyn's Coronation book

Coronation emblem of Queen Anne Boleyn. Probably a reconstruction by Roland Hui. I am grateful to Lucy Churchill for this information and for her suggestion of the Anne Boleyn Files for more information.

Anne Boleyn's letter (dated 29 April 1529) to Stephen Gardiner:  link includes transcript

Anne Boleyn’s Letter to Stephen Gardiner. This letter was written by Anne Boleyn on 4 April Not many of Anne’s letters from the period of the divorce survive and, furthermore, it demonstrates the personal interest Anne took in the divorce proceedings.

...Se acabó el cuento de hadas......

Реконструкция на лицето на Ан Болейн / Anne Boleyn facial reconstruction, THIS is so very fascinating. It is amazing to be able to put a face to such an infamous person in History.

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