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One of at least three versions of The Armada Portrait. At Woburn Abbey
A close-up of the crown from the Armada Portrait At Woburn Abbey
A sketch of Elizabeth in the dress she wore to attend the Thanksgiving celebration after the victory over the Armada; Sketched by an unknown artist, c. 1588 The Royal Library at Windsor Castle
A Miniature of Elizabeth, celebrating the victory over the Armada Victoria and Albert Museum, London
A plate in honor of Elizabeth Museum of London
The Rainbow Portrait. Attributed to Isaac Oliver In the collection of the Marquess of Salisbury
On display at Hatfield House
Miniature of Elizabeth by Nicholas Hilliard. Case set with diamonds Victoria and Albert Museum, London

A pattern miniature by Isaac Oliver from about 1592

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

 Elizabeth I with a fan The Royal Collection
Another image of Elizabeth with a fan, similar to the paintings above and below.
Painted c.1585, by an unknown artist.
Oil on panel.
NPG London

Elizabeth I. Painted by John Bettes the Younger

Hever Castle, Kent

"The Ditchley Portrait", painted by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger c. 1592.
Oil on canvas.
NPG London
Elizabeth in procession to Blackfriars in 1600. In the style of Peake In a private collection
Elizabeth near the end of her life Burghley House Collection, Lincolnshire, UK
The funeral procession for Elizabeth, 1603 British Library
The effigy from Elizabeth's tomb in Westminster Abbey Dean and Chapter of Westminster
The effigy from Elizabeth's tomb in Westminster Abbey Dean and Chapter of Westminster
The tomb of Mary and Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey. Dean and Chapter of Westminster
The tomb of Mary and Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey.The Latin translates:
"Partners both in throne and grave, here rest we two sisters, Elizabeth and Mary, in the hope of one resurrection."
Dean and Chapter of Westminster