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Mary Queen of Scots – Scotlands Story

Mitchell's Cigarettes "Scotlands Story" (series of 50 issued in Mary Queen of Scots Entering Edinburgh, 1561

Facial reconstruction of Mary Queen of Scots from her death mask, 1587.

The death mask of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. Mary was the great granddaughter of Henry VII, great niece of Henry VIII and cousin to Elizabeth I and Mary Tudor. This favors her tomb more than the death mask.

Mary Queen of Scots monogram tapestry. If I could have a day of needlework and conversation with anyone it would be Mary...

Mary Queen of Scots monogram tapestry. If I could have a day of needlework and conversation with anyone it would be Mary.

Hair net and pin cushion owned by Mary Queen of Scotts

The pin cushion and hairnet of Mary, Queen of Scots Location: Coll. Duke of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle, Great Britain.

Mary Queen of Scots. Sketch of 12 or 13 year old Mary, by Francois Clouet, c1555. Clouet was court painter to Mary's father-in-law, King Henry II of France.

François Clouet (French artist, Mary Stuart Queen Mary of Scotland age 13 circa As Mary was born in 1542 and this portrait is of her at age 13 then it would date to 1555 unless it took 4 years to complete the artwork.

Mary Queen of Scots bedroom in Holyroodhouse Palace. Queen Victoria made sure that Mary Queen of Scots' bedroom and outer chamber were diligently preserved exactly the way it was left by Mary. It was in the outer chamber that Mary's beloved assistant David Rizzo was brutally murdered by her husband in front of her face. David was ripped from behind Mary's skirts and dragged across the floor before he was murdered.

Mary Queen of Scots bedroom in Holyroodhouse Palace. Queen Victoria made sure that Mary Queen of Scots' bedroom and outer chamber were diligently preserved exactly the way it was left by Mary.

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Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales, elder son and heir of James I, grandson of Mary, Queen of Scots - he died of typhoid fever aged 18 in 1612 - great hope of the Stuart dynasty.

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