‘Edward IV and Lady Jane Grey.’ Wood engraving by Edmund Evans. 3½ x 4 inches. Illustration in James Doyle’s A Chronicle of England, London: Longman, 1864, 412. Lady Jane Grey is shown at the moment when she appeals to Edward to reverse ‘the attainder of her late husband’ (412). Another example of the heraldic brilliance of Doyle’s enamel-like designs.

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