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- GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-002/74
Headboard Plaque: 115cm wide; Number Plaque: 55cm wide
- GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-001/77
Dyed, painted Buckram silk, on a hessian backing. On the left the arms of the Commonwealth: the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew and the Irish harp and inesscutcheon a lion rampant guardant for Cromwell. On the right are the quarterings of his wife. Inscribed verso with: 'this ensign was snatched from the bier of the tyrant Oliver Cromwell, when his waxen effigy, adorned with royal state, was being magnificently displayed in the Church of St. Peter, Westminster'.