Customs and Traditions - Honouring Charles I's Death - Sealed Knot Society - London
Marching out of the 17th century, via Whitehall, Count Nikolai Tolstoy, a Commanding Officer of Grenvile's Regiment (Of the Sealed Knot Society of Cavaliers), and page leading Rory, a Wolfhound. Accompanying them are ladies of the regiment, pages and other supporters of the unit, who had just honoured the memory of the Martyr King, Charles I, on the 322nd anniversary of his death. The Count and cavaliers, wearing Civil War period dress, attended a service at the equestrian statue of the King and headed for King Charles Street, where they disbanded.
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