Three Lions Heraldic Shield Keyring

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The three lions are the emblem of England. William the Conqueror used two lions on a red background as his coat of arms and brought this symbol to the English throne. It was King Henry II who first used three lions on a red background, adding a lion to William the Conqueror's two when he married Eleanor of Aquitaine, probably to represent his marriage into that family.

A pewter shield with 3 lions on the front, supplied on a quality key-chain.

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SKU: 5032311012903