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The title "Duke of Lennox" was originally created in the Peerage of Scotland for the Steward of Darnley Clan. It is named for Lennox, a district in Stirling, and was originally established in 1580/81. Esme Steward, First Earl of Lennox was created Earl of Darnley at the same time. Pictured is the Lennox family at the Darnley cenotaph, an "empty tomb" or monument constructed in honor of the Earl of Darnley. The family is shown in pious prayer, surrounded by iconography pertaining to the life of the Earl of Darnley.
This 109+ year old Item is rated Near Mint / Very Fine. No creases. No natural defects. No surface rub. No tears. No water damage. Please note: there is a blind embossment in the upper left margin that extends into the image area. It is difficult to see within the image and adds a unique history to this piece.
Keywords specific to this image: Scotland, England, Great Britain, King of Scots, King of England, Union of Crowns