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Barbara Parker Bell, author of ‘Inside the Wardrobe of Anne Boleyn‘, has written an interesting guest post about an artifact the Victorians associated with Queen Anne Boleyn, her supposed “tippet of ermine with marks of blood on it”. Read the article HERE: http://onthetudortrail.com/Blog/2014/02/08/anne-boleyns-tippet-of-ermine-with-marks-of-blood-on-it/ By Barbara Parker Bell

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