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Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick, KG, third founder knight of the Order of the Garter, shown wearing his garter robes over his tunic showing
Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick, KG, third founder knight of the Order of the Garter, shown wearing his garter robes over his tunic showing the arms of Beauchamp quartering Newburgh. Illustration from the 1430 Bruges Garter Book made by William Bruges (1375–1450), first Garter King of Arms
The stained glass at the Beauchamp Chapel at the College Church of St. Marys displays seven different Beauchamp coats of arms. Note the banner with Wa
The stained glass at the Beauchamp Chapel at the College Church of St. Marys displays seven different Beauchamp coats of arms. Note the banner with Warwick's arms partially in view on the right.
Image: Thomas de Beauchamp, Katherine Mortimer, Earl Warwick
Image: Thomas de Beauchamp, Katherine Mortimer, Earl Warwick
Image: Thomas 11Warwick
Image: Thomas 11Warwick
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Badge of the Order embroidered onto the left shoulder of a Knight's blue velvet mantle
Badge of the Order embroidered onto the left shoulder of a Knight's blue velvet mantle
Henry of Grosmont, Earl (later Duke) of Lancaster (d. 1361), the second appointee of the Order, shown wearing a tabard displaying the royal arms of En
Henry of Grosmont, Earl (later Duke) of Lancaster (d. 1361), the second appointee of the Order, shown wearing a tabard displaying the royal arms of England over which is his blue mantle or garter robe. Illuminated miniature from the Bruges Garter Book c. 1430 by William Bruges, first Garter King of Arms
"Roy" Edward III, King of England. Bruges Garter Book.
"Roy" Edward III, King of England. Bruges Garter Book.
Statutes of the Order of the Garter, this copy having once belonged to Emperor Alexander III of Russia
Statutes of the Order of the Garter, this copy having once belonged to Emperor Alexander III of Russia