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Sir Thomas Gresham (c. 1519 – 21 November sometimes called Thomas Gresham the Elder, was an English merchant and financier who worked for King Edward VI of England and for Edward's half-sisters, Queens Mary I and Elizabeth I.

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Portrait of a Young Lady, oil on wood panel, c. 1560 Flemish attributed to Caterina Van Hemessen - after Baltimore Museum

John Tradescant the Younger (1608 – 62) attributed to Flemish artist Thomas de Critz - date circa 1645

Attributed to Thomas de Critz - John Tradescant the Younger as a Gardener. 107 x 86 cm. Inscribed: Sr John Tradescant Junr in his Garden. Presented by Elias Ashmole,

1578 Unknown Lady by Nicholas Hilliard [Elizabethan]

1578 Unknown Lady by Nicholas Hilliard At their most extreme, ruffs were a foot or more wide. These cartwheel ruffs required a wire frame called a supportasse or underpropper to hold them at a fashionable angle.

Portrait of a young man c. 1570, [incorrectly] identified as John Brydges, 1st Baron Chandos (1492–1557)

Portrait of a young man, identified as John Brydges, Baron Chandos bust-length, in a fur-lined black tunic with a white ruff collar

Portrait of a young lady, 1619

Fashion - Ruffs Galore, traditional & modified, attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts or his school. Marcus Gheeraerts the younger (Flemish artist, Lady 1619

Thomas Becket looks down from his birthplace on the corner of Cheapside and Ironmonger Lane

Thomas Becket looks down from his birthplace on the corner of Cheapside and Ironmonger Lane

Artwork by James Gillray, Midas, Transmuting all, into Paper, Made of etching with hand colouring

James Gillray - Midas, Transmuting all, into Paper; Creation Date: Medium: etching with hand colouring; Dimensions: X 47 cm.

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