King Edward III and the burghers of Calais

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King Edward III and the burghers of Calais. King Edward proved himself to be a merciful king after defeating the French at the Battle of Crecy and allowing the townsfolk of Calais to go free if their leaders presented him the key to the city. Original artwork from Treasure no. 350 (27 September 1969).

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