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Charles II 1660 - 1685, Born: 29 May 1630 at St. James Palace, parents: Charles I and Henrietta Maria  Crowned: 23 April 1661 at Westminster Abbey, and at Scone as King of Scots, 1 January 1651, aged 20  ]Married: Catherine of Braganza, died: 6 February 1685 at Whitehall Palace, London, aged 54 years,   succeeded by: his brother James II  He was crowned King of Scotland in 1651. When Richard Cromwell lost the confidence of Parliament and abdicated.

Charles II 1660 - 1685, Born: 29 May 1630 at St. James Palace, parents: Charles I and Henrietta Maria Crowned: 23 April 1661 at Westminster Abbey, and at Scone as King of Scots, 1 January 1651, aged 20 ]Married: Catherine of Braganza, died: 6 February 1685 at Whitehall Palace, London, aged 54 years, succeeded by: his brother James II He was crowned King of Scotland in 1651. When Richard Cromwell lost the confidence of Parliament and abdicated.

CHARLES  STUART (1630-1685)  CHARLES II  KING OF SCOTLAND, IRELAND & ENGLAND  Charles II was born in St James's Palace, London. He accepted the Scottish Covenanters' offer to make him King, and landed in Scotland in 1650,  he was crowned at Scone on 1 January 1651. He was crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey on 23 April 1661.

CHARLES STUART (1630-1685) CHARLES II KING OF SCOTLAND, IRELAND & ENGLAND Charles II was born in St James's Palace, London. He accepted the Scottish Covenanters' offer to make him King, and landed in Scotland in 1650, he was crowned at Scone on 1 January 1651. He was crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey on 23 April 1661.

Mary of England Princess Royal Princess of Orange; Countess of Nassau Tenure	14 March 1647 – 6 November 1650 Spouse	William II, Prince of Orange Issue	William III of England Full name Mary Henrietta House	House of Stuart Father	Charles I of England Mother	Henrietta Maria of France Born	4 November 1631 St. James's Palace, London Died	24 December 1660 (aged 29) Whitehall Palace, London Burial	Westminster Abbey, London

Mary of England Princess Royal Princess of Orange; Countess of Nassau Tenure 14 March 1647 – 6 November 1650 Spouse William II, Prince of Orange Issue William III of England Full name Mary Henrietta House House of Stuart Father Charles I of England Mother Henrietta Maria of France Born 4 November 1631 St. James's Palace, London Died 24 December 1660 (aged 29) Whitehall Palace, London Burial Westminster Abbey, London

Top detail Andrew Moore (1640-1706) - Side table solid silver legs support an oak tabletop, overlaid with thick sheets of silver, bearing the marks of Andrew Moore (1640–1706), a silversmith from Bridewell in the City of London. The table is thought to have been made to a design by Daniel Marot (1661–1752), who also worked as a chief  designer for William III at Hampton Court Palace.

Top detail Andrew Moore (1640-1706) - Side table solid silver legs support an oak tabletop, overlaid with thick sheets of silver, bearing the marks of Andrew Moore (1640–1706), a silversmith from Bridewell in the City of London. The table is thought to have been made to a design by Daniel Marot (1661–1752), who also worked as a chief designer for William III at Hampton Court Palace.

Andrew Moore (1640-1706) Designed by Daniel Marot - Side table Top detail Andrew Moore (1640-1706) - Side table solid silver legs support an oak tabletop, overlaid with thick sheets of silver, bearing the marks of Andrew Moore (1640–1706), a silversmith from Bridewell in the City of London. The table is thought to have been made to a design by Daniel Marot (1661–1752), who also worked as a chief designer for William III at Hampton Court Palace.Silver

Andrew Moore (1640-1706) Designed by Daniel Marot - Side table Top detail Andrew Moore (1640-1706) - Side table solid silver legs support an oak tabletop, overlaid with thick sheets of silver, bearing the marks of Andrew Moore (1640–1706), a silversmith from Bridewell in the City of London. The table is thought to have been made to a design by Daniel Marot (1661–1752), who also worked as a chief designer for William III at Hampton Court Palace.Silver

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