RM2F6290P–Firework Display, Most Noble Order of the Garter, 1669
RMC5JY85–Minister Churchill in the order of the Garter
RM2B83EP4–BENJAMIN DISRAELI (1804-1881) British Conservative politician being receiving the Order of the Garter from Queen Victoria at Osborne in July 1878
RM2A603HK–Order of the garter and other coronation ordersand regalia worn by King George VI at his Coronation ans British King in 1937
RMCPG503–decorations, Great Britain, Order of the Garter, established on 19.1.1348 by King Edward III, star, embroided, collection of Cou
RFHDHMT6–The Order of the Garter is the oldest national order of knighthood in continuous existence. It includes the ruling monarch of Great Britain and not more than 25 full members. The monarch alone grants membership. King Edward is said to have founded the Order in 1348 as a 'society, fellowship, and college of knights.' There are tales of its origin. The one depicted here in this 1915 illustration shows the Countess of Salisbury (may have been Joan of Kent) dancing with (or perhaps near) King Edward at Eltham Palace. Her garter holding her stockings is said to have slipped and courtiers laughed a
RMC6G4R2–Star, Collar and Badge of the Order of the Garter.
RMHH8NXP–HRH Queen Mary wearing Order of the Garter robes and insignia - hand tinted photograph
RM2AJRA08–1960s, historical, uniformed Queen's Guard wearing their bearskin hats and red tunics, standing at their Sentry posts, being addressed by their officer at the ceremonial most Noble Order of the Garter, held at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, UK. The noble of the garter is an order of chivalry founded by Kind Edward III in 1348.
RM2CE1C1Y–Spain, Madrid. Royal Palace. Sir Robert Morier (1826-1893), Marquess of Northampton, as ambassador of the Queen of England, imposing the Order of the Garter to King Alfonso XII of Spain (1857-1885), on October 11, 1881. Illustration by Juan Comba. Engraving by Bernardo Rico. La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.
RMJ7DMB4–Napoleon III Order of the Garter ceremony, April 18 1855
RMKHRH5H–Chain of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George 363, chain of the Order of Cyprus (Orden des Stillschweigens) 364, chain of the Order of cross of the Order of St. Blaise 365, cross of the German Order 366, shield of the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary 367 and chain of the Most Noble Order of the Garter 368. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalart's Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal People of Antiquity and of the Middle Ages, Chez Collignon, Metz, 1810.
RMA6X62D–Badge and Star of the Order of the Garter. England, 15th century.
RMP80YJR–King George V and Queen Mary in the robes and insignia of the Order of the Garter (formally the Most Noble Order of the Garter), an order of chivalry founded by Edward III in 1348 and regarded as the most prestigious British order of chivalry (though in precedence inferior to the military Victoria Cross and George Cross) in England and the United Kingdom. It is dedicated to the image and arms of Saint George, England's patron saint.
RMG1CWFY–Order of the garter and other coronation ordersand regalia worn by King George VI at his Coronation ans British King in 1937
RMBBCERD–Banners of Knights of the Order of the Garter St George's Chapel Windsor Berkshire England UK interior choir banners flags interiors
RMD2MXWG–Order of the Garter, Great George, enamelled gold St George and Dragon set with Diamonds, British Museum, London, England, UK,
RMG37Y21–The Order of the Garter, and its insignia. Date: 1858
RMG80P3A–General views from the Order of the Garter Procession at Windsor Castle.
RMWA7HY7–British Order of the Garter, on display as part of the Danish Crown Jewels, Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen Denmark
RME81B2E–Order of the Garter displayed at the entrance to Linlithgow Palace.
RMM735FG–HRH Prince Albert in the Insignia of the Order of the Garter
RMT95227–King Edward III founded the Order of the Garter around the time of his claim to the French throne (1348). The earliest written mention of the Order is found in Tirant lo Blanch, a chivalric romance written in Catalan mainly by Valencian Joanot Martorell. It was first published in 1490. This book devotes a chapter to the description of the origin of the Order of the Garter. Various legends account for the origin of the Order.
RFWR7FNM–Earl Cowper investing the King of Denmark with the Order of the Garter 1865
RF2AH7RX0–The image shows an English Knight of the Garter between 1450 and 1500. The Order of the Garter is the oldest and most important order of knighthood in England. Instituted around 1346 by Edward III, it originally was limited to 25 members. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMBH0XF6–Henry VII Chapel Westminster Abbey London England with flags of the Order of the Garter (Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense)
RMC4GC0G–Heralds marching in a procession ahead of The Queen to attend the Order of the Garter Service at St Georges Chapel
RMWT81W2–1960s, Windsor, England, UK. Noble Order of the Garter, people watching the procession taking place as Yeoman Guards match outside the castle to Stt George's Chapel for the annual Garter Service. Founded in 1348 it is the oldest British order of Chivalry.
RME0YW14–Jun. 14, 1971 - Rain Washes Out Order of the Garter Procession. The ceremonial procession of the Most Noble Order of the Garter
RMM60DEB–Sultan Abdülaziz being Knighted by Queen Victoria, on board the Royal yacht, HMY Victoria and Albert, 17 July 1867, Investiture of the Sultan with the Order of the Garter Also spelt Abd-ul-Aziz, Abdul Aziz
RFK7KNRC–Old illustration of a collar of the Order og the Garter. By unidentified author, publ. on The Penny Magazine, London, 1837
RMDE14KX–medals and decorations, Great Britain, Order of the Garter, founded 1348 by King Edward III of England, badge, wood engraving, 2nd half 19th century, Order of Chivalry, chivalric order, Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, British Empire, The Most Noble Order of the Garter, ribbon, ribbons, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMMADB83–King Edward III and the Countess of Salisbury, an English noblewoman, remembered for her relationship with King. According to rumour, King Edward III was so enamoured of the countess that he forced his attentions on her in around 1341, after having relieved a Scottish siege on Wark Castle, where she lived, while her husband was out of the country. Around 1348, the Order of the Garter was founded by Edward III after an incident at a ball when the 'Countess of Salisbury' dropped a garter and the king picked it up
RFCC9Y60–The Most Noble Order of the Garter (England, 1350).
RMB2F7M1–Order of the Garter stained glass Haddon Hall Derbyshire England UK Honi Soit qui mal y pense Latin inscription Tudor art
RM2F8KXKW–The Queen, Order of the Garter, Windsor Castle, Surrey.
RMG38G4A–with orb, sceptre, crown, order of the Garter, and an inscription telling us that peace (i.e. between England and Scotland) is blessed Date: 1566 - 1625
RMG80P3E–General views from the Order of the Garter Procession at Windsor Castle.
RM2HWYBEM–Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition Showing Pages on Knighthood and Chivalry Medals - Order of the Garter
RMEX25K6–The Countess of Salisbury losing her garter dancing at a court ball, for King Edward II to pick up. The origin of the Order of the Garter, founded in 1348. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrario's Costumes Ancient and Modern of the Peoples of the World, Florence, 1847.
RMR9TFRD–The Eve of the Battle of Edge Hill, 1642 - King Charles I stands centre wearing the blue sash of the Order of the Garter; Prince Rupert of the Rhine is sat next to him and Lord Lindsey stands next to the king resting his commander's baton against the map. The Prince of Wales (later Charles II) and the Duke of York (later James II) are the two boys behind Prince Rupert's back. The standard-bearer is Sir Edmund Verney. Charles Landseer, 1845
RMT964XX–King Edward III founded the Order of the Garter around the time of his claim to the French throne (1348). The earliest written mention of the Order is found in Tirant lo Blanch, a chivalric romance written in Catalan mainly by Valencian Joanot Martorell. It was first published in 1490. This book devotes a chapter to the description of the origin of the Order of the Garter. Various legends account for the origin of the Order.
RFMHR6DX–ROBES. Order of Thistle Garter Bath St Patrick; Baron Coronation Parliament 1910
RMB6K070–Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover at the Order of the Garter ceremony Windsor
RMCF4X45–The Most Noble Order of the Garter 1348 order of chivalry England honour 1344 knight Lord honor supreme period costume
RM2AH4PWF–Tomb of Sir Richard Pembridge, Knight of the Order of the Garter, Hereford Cathedral, Hereford, England, UK, fought at the Battle of Pointiers in 1356
RM2AJRA1J–1960s, historical, spectators watching the Queen's Guard and marching band at the most Noble Order of the Garter, outside Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, UK. The most Noble Order of the Garter was founded by King Edward III of England in 1348 and is the most senior order of Knighthood in the British honours system.
RME1139A–Jul. 07, 1975 - THE CEREMONIAL PROCESSION OF THE MOST NOBLE ORDER OF THE GARTER AT WINDSOR CASTLE The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh with other members of the Royal Family, today took part in the Ceremonial Order of the Garter ceremony in Windsor Castle. PHOTO SHOWS: W.H. the QUEEN with the DUKE of EDINBURGH walking in procession to St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle for today;s Garter Service.
RMCP221Y–Queen Victoria conferring The Order of The Garter. Victorian engraving dated 13th June 1887
RM2HE7E4X–Historical antique 18th century engraving Jewels and Royal Badges The Collar of the most nobel order of the Garter, instituted Jan 19th 1344 for the Sovereign and 25 Knights. Motto: Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense by Woodman & Mutlow fc russel co circa 1780s Source: original engravings from the annual almanach book.
RMR3RH41–Charles II. King Charles II in the robes of the Order of the Garter, portrait by Godfrey Kneller, oil on canvas, c.1685
RMD301T8–CEREMONY OF INVESTITURE OF THE ORDER OF THE GARTER
RMMPT2RJ–Order of the Garter Star, ca 1810-1815.
RMJCJ1G7–The Investiture of Edward the Black Prince as a Kinght of the Garter, 1346. Edward of Woodstock , 1330 – 1376, called the Black Prince because of his black armour. Eldest son of King Edward III and the father of King Richard II of England. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMEFT54F–Player`s cigarette card - The Order of the Garter.
RMG3BHTY–Nobleman & Knight of the Order of the Garter at the court of Queen Elizabeth I. N.B trunk- hose, canions, peascod-bellied doublets, ruffs, cloaks, copotain hat, gowns, flat cap Date: circa 1590
RMG7WYC2–General view of the Order of the Garter procession as it makes it's was towards St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
RM2HWYBED–Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition Showing Pages on Knighthood and Chivalry Medals - Order of the Garter
RMC882GA–Ticket No 198 for the Garter Installation Ceremony
RM2A5YKY8–Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset (1506?-1552) English soldier and statesman. Brother of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's third wife. Lord Protector after Henry's death. Engraving.
RF2DCD937–Firework Display, Most Noble Order of the Garter, 1669
RFMHFMAX–The Throne room at Windsor Castle is intimately connected with the ceremonials of the Order of the Garter
RM2G8C9J5–Charles II (1630-1685). King of Great Britain and Ireland (1660-1685). House of Stuart. Portrait by John Michael Wright (1617-1694). Oil on canvas (126,4 x 101 cm), ca. 1660-1665. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RM2BHWJT7–Proof sheet of one penny stamps Stamp Act 1765 - The 1765 Stamp Act created a direct tax of one penny per sheet on newspapers and required that the newspapers be printed on stamped paper purchased from government agents. The Board of Stamps prepared two hundred copper dies and eight plates of the one-penny stamps. The design consists of a mantle; St. Edward's Crown encircled by the Order of the Garter; and a scepter and sword. At top is the word AMERICA; at bottom the denomination ONE PENNY and the number of the individual die. Dark red proof impressions of the plates were made on thick laid p
RM2B979ED–Tomb of Sir Richard Pembridge, Knight of the Order of the Garter, Hereford Cathedral, Hereford, England, UK, fought at the Battle of Pointiers in 1356
RM2AJRA1A–1960s, historical, at the most Noble Order of the Garter day at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, a gentleman in a bowler hat and a lady in a red dress looking at the uniformed Queen's Guards wearing their bearskins on ceremonial duty. The most Noble Order of the Garter was founded by King Edward III of England in 1348 and is the most senior order of Knighthood in the British honours system.
RME0YY01–Oct. 10, 1971 - The Emperor wears his order of the Garter; To mark the end of the first day of Emperor Hirohito's state visit to London a Banquet was held in Buckingham Palace in honour of the Japanese guests. Photo Shows H.M. The Queen chats to Emperor Hirohito of Japan who is seen wearing for the first time since its restoration to him the order of the Garter. On the left if Empress Nagako in the Music room of the Palace, last night.
RMBJT1WN–Knight of the Order of the Garter, a British order of chivalry founded in 1344 by Edward III.
RMB2KFKR–16th century plaque carved with the coat of arms of the Order of the Garter Chester wall UK
RMM46PWF–Charles II. Portrait of King Charles II in the robes of the Order of the Garter, by Simon Verelst, oil on canvas, c.1677-85
RMRY88RM–Ceremony of Investiture of the Order of the Garter
RMHT191M–Louis-Philippe receiving the Order of the Garter from the hands of a young Queen Victoria, 1844. Artist: Gosse, Nicolas-Louis-François (1787-1878)
RF2JGF4CM–Windsor Castle Interior, Throne Room - Order of the Garter ceremony event 19th Century Illustration - England
RMFFYTXD–ENGLISH GOBLET, 1663. /nGlass goblet engraved with the motto and armes of the English Order of the Garter, 1663.
RMANKG68–Order Of The Garter
RMG5211D–The Queen arrives at the Order of the Garter ceremony at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
RMB2DB0Y–King Edward III Making the Black Prince a Knight of the Order of the Garter
RM2HMDPRN–Robert Hay-Drummond (1711-1776), Archbishop of York and Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, portrait painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1764
RMTXH22T–Wilhelm II (1859-1941) Emperor of Germany 1888-1918. Photographic portrait published in London in 1887 before his father began his brief reign as Frederick II. From 'Two Royal Lives' by Dorothea Roberts (London, 1887). Woodburytype.
RF2F8B52C–Emblem of the Most Noble Order of the Garter on a building on the Lower Ward, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, UK
RMKCEJK8–Princess Elizabeth (later queen Elizabeth II) with Prince Phillip (The Duke of Edinburgh) attending the Order of the Garter 1950
RM2G8DH85–Ludovic Stuart (1574-1624). 1st Duke of Richmond and 2nd Duke of Lennox. Scottish courtier, nobleman and politician. Portrait by Paul van Somer (ca.1576-1621). Oil on canvas, ca.1620. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RM2J0EMEM–His Royal Highness The Price of Wales escorts Her majesty Margrethe II Queen of Denmark at the Order of the Garter service. 16th June 1980.
RMP8FH63–Order of the Garter Star. Museum: PRIVATE COLLECTION.
RMTTG3PK–Queen Victoria of Great Britain present King Louis Philipp of France the Order of the Garter, group picture in the Windsor Palace, lithograph by Nicolas Eustache Maurin. coat of arms, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RME0YXP3–Oct. 10, 1971 - The Emperor Wears His Order Of The Garter: To mark the end of the first day Emperor Hirohito's State visit to London a Banquet was held in Buckingham Palace in Honour of the Japanese guests. Photo shows H.M. The Queen chats to Emperor Hirohito of Japan who is seen wearing for the first time since its restoration to him the Order of the Garter. On the left if Empress Nagako, in the Music room of the Palace, last night.
RMT6X7FA–Robert Stewart, 2nd Viscount Castlereagh and 2nd Marquess of Londonderry (1769–1822), c1814. By Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830). Lord Castlereagh, Irish/British statesman. As British Foreign Secretary, from 1812 he was central to the management of the coalition that defeated Napoleon and was the principal British diplomat at the Congress of Vienna. Castlereagh was also leader of the British House of Commons in the Liverpool government from 1812 until his suicide. As Chief Secretary for Ireland, he was involved in putting down the Irish Rebellion of 1798.
RMB2KC87–16th century plaque carved with the coat of arms of the Order of the Garter Chester wall UK
RMM46PW9–Charles II. Portrait of King Charles II in the robes of the Order of the Garter, by Simon Verelst, oil on canvas, c.1677-85. Detail from a larger painting, M46PWF.
RMD301XF–ENTHRONIZATION OF THE QUEEN AS SOVEREIGN OF THE ORDER OF THE GARTER
RM2B7PT42–The Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. Benjamin Hoadly, Lord Bishop of Winchester, Prelate of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, Aet. 67. A.D. 1743, 1743.
RMH9E901–The Order of the Garter Ceremony Procession WINDSOR CASTLE June 1992
RMFG71KF–ALFONSO XIII (1886-1941). /nKing of Spain, 1886-1931. Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught, investing the king with the Order of the Garter on 16 May 1902. Contemporary English newspaper illustration.
RF2H3H484–The statue of King Edward VII, The Peacemaker, dressed in the robes of the Order of the Garter - Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
RMG4RDNK–Queen Elizabeth II leaves St George's Chapel, Windsor after the Order of the Garter service.
RMW7E4RN–The Most Noble Order of the Garter, 1941. Artist: Unknown
RM2C5FH2D–George Montagu, 4th Earl of Cardigan, later 1st Duke of Montagu (1712-1790) Portrait of George Montagu wearing Windsor Uniform and the badge of the order of the Garter by William Beechey
RMAJJ5YM–Order of the Garter Procession outside St George's Chapel Windsor Castle
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