1588 Armada Playing Cards, III of Spades. 'Queene Eliz. with Nobles and Gentry and a great number of people giving God humble thanks in St Pauls Church and having set upp the Ensignes taken from the Spaniards' by unknown

1588 Armada Playing Cards, III of Spades. 'Queene Eliz. with Nobles and Gentry and a great number of people giving God humble thanks in St...

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1588 Armada Playing Cards, III of Spades. 'Queene Eliz. with Nobles and Gentry and a great number of people giving God humble thanks in St Pauls Church and having set upp the Ensignes taken from the Spaniards' by unknown zoom

1588 Armada Playing Cards, III of Spades. 'Queene Eliz. with Nobles and Gentry and a great number of people giving God humble thanks in St Pauls Church and having set upp the Ensignes taken from the Spaniards'

The inscription on this engraving reads - III of Spades. Queen Eliz. With Nobles and Gentry and a great number of people giving God humble thanks in St Pauls Church and having set up the ensignes taken from the Spaniards.

Original size: 89 mm x 55 mm

  • Image reference: PU0180

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