Coronation Chair with the Sword and Shield of Edward III - Stock Image

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Vintage enggraving of the Coronation Chair with the Sword and Shield of Edward III, Westminster Abbey. King Edward's Chair, sometimes known as St Edward's Chair or The Coronation Chair, is the throne on which the British monarch sits for the coronation. It was commissioned in 1296 by King Edward I to contain the coronation stone of Scotland — known as the Stone of Scone — which he had captured from the Scots who had kept it at Scone Abbey.

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