RMDDK785–Henry VII crowned after Battle of Bosworth
RMKY7ETP–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509)
RMFWWE6K–British School - Henry VII
RMAG4DH6–Tower of London during the time of Henry VII circa late 1400s. Color lithograph
RME1M8TP–Henry VII, 1457 –1509. King of England and Lord of Ireland.
RMD95XP5–Henry VII (1457-1509) first Tudor king of England from 1485. Defeated Richard III at Bosworth Field on 22 August 1485, the battle which ended the Wars of the Roses. 1505 portrait by Michiel Sittow (1458-1525).
RME5K863–A page from Codex Balduineus, a 14th-century legal text Henry VII (c. 1275-1313) sitting in judgment in his court.
RMDJ7GPD–British School. Henry VII. Circa 1626. Oil on panel. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London.
RMAY3X77–Henry Vii Players 19 50
RMFAR7YN–King Henry VII, circa 1510
RMBXPBDF–Portrait of King Henry VII of England; 15th century; Black and White Illustration;
RMERGR6H–Henry VII, portrait. The first monarch of the House of Tudor, King of England and Lord of Ireland from August 1485 until his
RFG5K526–BRITISH MONARCHS: Edward V & VI Richard III Henry VII & VIII Elizabeth Mary 1853
RM2DCEXWY–English 16th Century, (artist), Coats of Arms with Corner Portraits of Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Mary, engraving
RMP9H0WX–The Great Seal of Henry VII (1457 – 1509), first monarch of the House of Tudor and King of England and Lord of Ireland from his seizure of the crown on 22 August 1485 to his death. He attained the throne when his forces defeated King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field, the culmination of the Wars of the Roses. He was the last king of England to win his throne on the field of battle. He cemented his claim by marrying Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV and niece of Richard III. Henry was successful in restoring the power and stability of the English monarchy after the civil war.
RMG4WAH3–KING HENRY VII: The death mask of Henry VII, Tudor King of England 1485-1509, at Westminster Abbey, London. Henry Tudor seized the throne after his invasion of England and defeat of the Yorkist King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, effectively ending the Wars of the Roses.
RMT7YFGB–King Henry VII of England, (1457-1509), portrait painting of the English School, c. 1510
RMBEDMEX–HENRY VII - checking weights and measures in the Exchequer
RMF5HN41–The Chapel of Henry VII , Westminster Abbey , London, UK
RMCP85YM–Henry VII, 1278 - 1313, Historical illustration, 19th century , Heinrich VII. (1278 - 1313) aus dem Haus Limburg-Luxemburg, Graf
RM2BT7ETK–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), unknown artist, early 17th century
RMH6E0GY–King Henry VII, unknown artist, 1505, England, UK, Europe
RMMJ9FG8–Henry VII, or Henry Tudor, King of England 1457-1509. Hand-colored engraving
RMC79CGW–Henry VII, 1457 – 1509. King of England and Lord of Ireland.
RMG1CW82–Engraved portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509) King of England and the first Tudor monarch. Dated 15th Century
RME5K85X–14th century Codex Balduineus : Top: Henry VII winning battle (top) in 1311 and crowned king and (bottom) sitting in judgment.
RMBH0WJX–Henry VII Chapel Gothic fan vaulting, Westminster Abbey London England
RMAY3X76–Henry Vii Miniature
RMTA4PT4–Portrait of Henry VII of England (1457-1509), circa 1505.
RMBTXJER–Sovereign coin issued in the reign of King Henry VII; Black and White Illustration;
RMERGR7H–Henry VII, portrait. The first monarch of the House of Tudor, King of England and Lord of Ireland from August 1485 until his
RM2AT7TNP–Henry VIII was King of England from 1509 until his death in 1547. He was the second Tudor monarch, succeeding his father Henry VII. Henry is best known for his six marriages
RMFY8HXW–English Royalty, circa 1500, King Henry VII, 1457-1509, receiving Sir William Stanley who was later accused of treason and behea
RMG1YGGD–Henry VII attending to matters of State. 1497
RMC0FXGR–Henry VII , 1457 to 1509. King of England and Lord of Ireland.
RM2G2B07W–Henry VII (1457-1509), King of England, portrait engraving and mezzotint by John Faber the Younger, 1731
RMF4TBX1–England, London, Westminster Abbey, Henry VII, 's Lady Chapel, Tomb of Margareta Potens
RMC7H5DD–pretended earl or Warwick in the kitchen of Henry VII
RM2A83RPJ–Various personal seals from the time of Henry VII and Henry VII, and a promisory deed by Robert Batheman from 1308. Handcoloured etching drawn and etched by Thomas Fisher from his Paintings on the Walls of the Chapel of the Trinity, Stratford upon Avon, 1808.
RMHY4H3D–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), British School, c.1505
RM2B7MHT4–King Henry VII, unknown artist, 1505,
RMBB5PF2–Henry VII, 28.1.1457 - 21.4.1509, King of England 22.8.1485 - 21.4.1509, portrait, painting by Michael Sittow, 1505, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMW4NCYT–Sebastian Cabot, c. 1474 - c. 1557. Italian explorer, describes his journeys to King Henry VII of England.
RMD95X44–Henry VII (1457-1509) first Tudor king of England from 1485. His first act of parliament with initial portrait of king. Border illuminated with flora and fauna. Thomas Pigot's 'Book of Statutes'.
RMBM0JYF–King Henry VII Great Malvern Priory Worcestershire 16th century stained glass
RMBH12GW–Henry VII monument Westminster Abbey, London England
RMG389TC–King Henry VII
RMPT3927–Henry VII receiving (this) manuscript as a gift. In the background to the top left is Henry VIII as a child weeping over the death of his mother. His sisters, Mary and Margaret sit in the foreground - Vaux Passional, circa 1503
RMBW4FTF–The Tower of London at the time of King Henry VII
RMERGKP1–King Henry VII of England (1457-1509) pictured with wife Queen Elysabeth / Queen Elizabeth / Elizabeth of York (1466- 1503).
RMCR8AT5–Henry VII stained glass, St. Nicholas Church, Stanford on Avon, Northamptonshire, UK
RMDWGXPY–London, Battersea Portrait of Henry VII in the east window of 1631 in St Mary's church
RF2DXKYCC–King Henry VII Gold Sovereign Coin first issued in 1489 having a value of twenty shillings cut out and isolated on a black background, stock photo i
RMT7YFGN–The royal family of Henry VII of England with Joachim and Anne meeting at the Golden Gate, illuminated page, 1503
RMF4TBWR–England, London, Westminster Abbey, Ceiling of Henry VII, 's Lady Chapel
RFC7GKCP–Portrait Henry VII King England Lord Ireland crown monarch House Tudor regal royal kingly princely imperial sovereign ruler mona
RMG6CXEF–The Prince of Wales walking ahead of the Queen during a procession through the Nave of Westminster Abbey, after a ceremony in the Henry VII Chapel. During the ceremony, the Prince was installed by the Queen as Great Master of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
RM2BT7ETP–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), by an unknown Dutch artist, c.1505
RM2B02P05–Henry VII (28 January 1457 – 21 April 1509) was King of England and Lord of Ireland from his seizing the crown on 22 August 1485 until his death on 21 April 1509, as the first monarch of the House of Tudor. Henry won the throne when his forces defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field. He was the last king of England to win his throne on the field of battle. Henry cemented his claim by marrying Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV and niece of Richard III. Henry was successful in restoring the power and stability of the English monarchy after the political upheavals of the civi
RMBBNF3A–Henry VII, circa 1275 - 24.8.1313, Holy Roman Emperor 29.9.1312 - 24.8.1313, Rome journey 1310,
RMAPRJNN–Henry VII, 1485 - 1509. King of England.
RMD996AC–Henry VII (Welsh: Harri Tudur; 28 January 1457 – 21 April 1509) was King of England and Lord of Ireland from his seizing the crown on 22 August 1485 until his death on 21 April 1509, as the first monarch of the House of Tudor.
RMER69BR–England, London, Westminster Abbey, Ceiling of Henry VII's Lady Chapel
RMBH10EY–Henry VII & Elizabeth of York monument Westminster Abbey, London England
RMD87X60–King Henry VII
RM2D4R29Y–Death of Richard III and Coronation of Richmond (Henry VII), Illustration, Ridpath's History of the World, Volume III, by John Clark Ridpath, LL. D., Merrill & Baker Publishers, New York, 1897
RMP06GTJ–'Henry VII', 1935. Artist: Unknown.
RMHHW3G8–The imperial army of Henry VII in battle during his descent to Rome, c. 1312. Henry VII (Heinrich), c. 1275 – 24 August 1313,
RMBE8R14–Bust of Henry the VII. Tudor 1457-1509, founder of the Tudor dynasty, 'King's College Chapel', King's Parade, Cambridge, Cambri
RMA2BDAP–King Henry VII House of Tudor
RFC3DYXE–Henry VII (1457-1509) on engraving from 1830. King of England and Lord of Ireland during 1485-1509.
RMT7YFGA–Henry VII of England (1457-1509), King of England (1485-1509), portrait painting, 16th Century
RMMMJ714–Henry VII of England. 1500. Henry Tudor of England
RMA4W5Y7–English royal Royalty Earl Richmond King Henry VII England Battle Bosworth Richard III displaced monarch Tudor event crown armou
RMG3PDPX–Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, 1443-1509, the mother of King Henry VII
RMM2MP38–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), unknown artist, late 16th century
RMHKMCW4–1457 Henry VII
RF2AW5FEB–1500 ca , LONDON , GREAT BRITAIN : KING HENRY VII of ENGLAND ( 1457 – 1509 ) the first monarch of the House of Tudor . Portrait engraved in XIX centu
RMB47GGA–Autograph and portrait of King Henry VII of England, 1457 - 1509.
RMD96CE6–Reign Henry VII: Testing weights and measures. At bottom right measures which do not come up to standard are being burned. Setting standards for length, volume and weight was an important in order to maintain commercial confidence in trade. Penalties for selling short measure were severe. Engraving after manuscript of 1497 'Vetusta Monumenta'
RMMW38RX–England, Portrait of King Henry VII
RMBH1YGE–Westminster Abbey: enamelled plate on stalls of Henry VII Chapel commemorating Admiral Lord Nelson
RMD8BCN1–King Henry VII
RMJ9630X–Canterbury, Kent, UK. Christchurch Gate (entrance to the cathedral) in Butter Market (square) Henry VII's coat of arms, with dragon and greyhound.