One of the very few paintings/portraits of George Boleyn who later became Lord Rochford after his sister Anne became Queen. ~not sure if this is actually George as I was pretty sure there were no existing portraits of Lord Rochford~
[**This is actually more likely to be of her elder sister, Mary Boleyn**] A miniature of Anne before Queen (about age Attributed to Lucas Horenbout In the Collection of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensbury
Eyes of young Elizabeth and Ontario Anne. Very similar in that they both are slightly slanted. Elizabeth's later images are rendered with different eyes so this may be a coincidence.but it's worth noting.
Anne Boleyn's arms 'are among the most complex ever devised and reflect the king's desire to enhance the status of his new wife. The design incorporates the arms of several English and French noble families, and a motif of interlocking initials, H and A.
Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford executed February Married to George Boleyn. Her evidence was key to sending Ann Boleyn and George Boleyn to the scaffold. She was Lady in Waiting to Catherine Howard and was executed with her.
One of the most powerful women in history, Queen Elizabeth I, is a female soul that commanded all. For her strength and virtue, she is forever a woman who's name will live on."A clear and innocent conscience fears nothing" ~ Queen Elizabeth I
A combination of the medal and the Royal Ontario miniature of Anne Boleyn. "To make it a snug fit, I, ever so slightly, elongated the miniature. I wonder if the RO miniature was used as the basis for the medal?