The Art of Monarchy - Faith
See a photo gallery of the objects featured in Episode 3 of 'The Art of Monarchy'.
Coronation Spoon, 12th century, with Ampulla of 1661
The Coronation spoon was the only piece of the regalia to survive the Commonwealth.
The Coronation Pen made by Francis J.C. Cooper
Used by Her Majesty The Queen to sign the Coronation Oath in Westminster Abbey.
Treatise on the subject of the defence of the seven sacraments against Martin Luther, written by Henry VIII
Written by Henry VIII in 1521 to defend the Catholic Church against Luther's Protestantism
Order of Service for the Coronation of William III (1650-1702) and Mary II (1662-1694)
The service is signed by both the King and Queen.
The Sanctuary by Sir Edwin Landseer (1803-1873)
Acquired by Queen Victoria as a birthday gift for Prince Albert, 1842.
Sword and scabbard presented to Edward VII by the Maharajah of Jaipur
Sword and scabbard with 719 diamonds. Presented to Edward VII by the Maharajah of Jaipur.