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Pictures of ‘James I’ (exact matches)

The monument to King James I
The monument to King James I
The National Anthem
The National Anthem
Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, and her son, James
Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, and her son, James
The Pilgrim Fathers: Men of the "Mayflower"
The Pilgrim Fathers: Men of the "Mayflower"
The Coronation of King James I
The Coronation of King James I
Guy Fawkes brought before King James and his Council
Guy Fawkes brought before King James and his Council
Hampton Court Conference
Hampton Court Conference
Golf, the Royal Game
Golf, the Royal Game
King James I
King James I
Stuarts, Commonwealth, and House of Orange; King James I, King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell …
Stuarts, Commonwealth, and House of Orange; King James I, King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell …
King James I
King James I
The Gunpowder Plot; Guy Fawkes interrogated by King James I and his council in the King's bedchamber, Whitehall
The Gunpowder Plot; Guy Fawkes interrogated by King James I and his council in the King's bedchamber, Whitehall
Anne of Denmark, Queen to James I of England
Anne of Denmark, Queen to James I of England
The 12-year-old Prince James
The 12-year-old Prince James
The Hunt for James I of Scotland
The Hunt for James I of Scotland
James I
James I
The Mayflower Leaves Plymouth
The Mayflower Leaves Plymouth
Sir Walter Raleigh, the Grand Adventurer
Sir Walter Raleigh, the Grand Adventurer
Tudor and Stuart Sovereigns
Tudor and Stuart Sovereigns
James I in Hawking Costume
James I in Hawking Costume
Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia
Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia
Whitehall in the Reign of James I
Whitehall in the Reign of James I
Coronation Medals of English Sovereigns and their Consorts
Coronation Medals of English Sovereigns and their Consorts
Religion. "To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction."
Religion. "To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction."