King Henry VIII loved to play football and had a pair of football boots made for him costing 4 shillings (about £100).

King Henry VIII loved to play football and had a pair of leather football boots made for him costing 4 shillings (about in Fourteen years later, he banned football on the grounds that it incited riots. (I agree.

Shoes, and a 'nit' comb were discovered on the wreck of Henry VIII's flagship the Mary Rose

Genesis Publications - News Archive 2009 - Mary Rose Treasures from the Mary Rose shipwreck. The comb has one side for tangles and one side for lice & lice nits.

Henry VIII shoe, circa 1500

Henry VIII shoe, circa 1500 (shoes were square since they had not yet established left and right shoes.

Crown of Kathryn of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII.

Byzantine kamelaukion, crown of Constance, Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Sicily and wife of Frederick II.

oh my! Henry VIII Cap of Maintainance Waterford Treasure Museum in Ireland - the only remaining piece of clothing left actually worn by the famous king

Henry VIII Cap of Maintainance Waterford Treasure Museum in Ireland - the only remaining piece of clothing left actually worn by the famous king Heinrich VII. † April 1509 im Richmond Palace),

Anne Boleyn’s appearance | Queen Anne Boleyn

XRays reveal a hidden portrait. Anne Boleyn beneath Elizabeth I painting?

Queen Elizabeth I's riding boots. The close fit shows how slim her legs were. Tan suede with a complex chopine-type foot. Thick soles.

Riding boots believed to have belonged to Queen Elizabeth I leather, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Shoes worn by Queen Anne Boleyn, Queen Elizabeth I's mother

These were orignally credited as "shoes worn by Queen Anne Boleyn." They actually belong to the Northampton Museums & Art Gallery and do not have date or provenance.

King Henry VIII Costume. As Henry grew older his health suffered, contributing to his weight increasing dramatically, no longer the energetic man of his youth.

As Henry grew older his health suffered, contributing to his weight increasing dramatically, no longer the energetic man of his youth.

10 Misconceptions about Henry VIII

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Portrait length color image of Henry VIII aka. Henry VIII of England, Henry Tudor, by George Stuart.

Interested in a more femme version of this silhoutte- puff sleaves, corsetted/robust chest, thinner legs Thumbnail color image of Henry VIII aka. Henry VIII of England, Henry Tudor, by George Stuart.

Henry was paranoid about being assassinated, and travelled with a locksmith. His locks would be fitted to his bedroom where ever he stayed, and then removed when the royal party moved on, and affixed at his next resting place. This is a photo of one of his surviving locks -- "The Beddington Lock"

Henry VIII had many links to Hever Castle, apart from it being home of one of his wives, Anne Boleyn.

After Henry VIII died in 1547, a full inventory of his possessions was commissioned in London. Here are some of the stranger items on the list. 9 Bizarre Objects Owned By Henry VIII | Mental Floss

9 Bizarre Objects Owned by Henry VIII

9 Bizarre Objects Owned By Henry VIII.The most king in British history owned some very unusual curiosities indeed.

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.

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.

Henry VIII.’s Hawking Glove,...

Henry VIII's hawking glove in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Note the Tudor rose on the wrist.

The Death Mask of Mary Queen Of Scots'

The death mask of Mary Queen of Scots. She was executed by her cousin Elizabeth for treason. It is actually in Lennoxlove Castle, the home of the Duke of Hamilton. Mary Queen of Scots, was beheaded in 1587 at the age of forty-four.

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