Weather Vane on Tower of London by Paul Collin

Small (16.4" x 17.3")


Weather Vane on Tower of London by 

The weather vane on the White Tower at the Tower of London. It has been there since the reign of Charles II in the 17th century. After Cromwell, the White Tower was not used as a Royal Palace. Charles II’s weathervanes had a crown and the Royal Coat of Arms worked into the design.


london, england, summer, tower of london, white tower, weather vane, royal coat of arms

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