The word Liverpool appears for the first time in written form on King John's Royal Charter, 1207
Trinity House is the General Lighthouse Authority for England, Wales, the Channel Islands and Gibraltar. As Britain began increasing its naval power in the early 16th Century, maritime safety became crucial, and Trinity House was granted a Royal Charter in 1514 by Henry VIII. Issued in 2014 by the Royal Mint, this £2 commemorates its 500th anniversary, with the reverse design featuring a depiction of a lighthouse lens. Edge Inscription: SERVING THE MARINER
The Wax Chandlers Company is an ancient City livery company that was originally based on the beewax trade.
Queen Elizabeth receives flowers after arriving at the Commonwealth Institute in London 24 February. The Queen, patron of the British Red Cross society, presented a new Royal Charter after the group unified into one society. The Queen earlier heard the news that her sister, Princess Margaret, suffered a stroke on the Caribean island of Mustique. (Photo credit should read ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images)
The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London, with the Queen's House in the middle of the picture and the Royal Observatory visible in the background. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, between 1696 and
King Edward VI granting the Royal Charter to Bridewell Hospital, The King, enthroned, with a cloth of state behind him and a canopy and drapery overhead gives the charter to Sir George Barnes, the Lord Mayor.
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