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Gifts From Battle Abbey

The Battle of Hastings, 14th October 1066, was the most famous battle fought on English soil. William the Conqueror built Battle Abbey on the spot where King Harold died, and it thrived as a Benedictine abbey for over 400 years. Our collection of gifts celebrates the long history of the abbey and the events that happened at The Battle of Hastings.

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Battle Abbey Stamp Collection
Part of our exclusive range of English Heritage Stamps, these stamps highlight some our famous properties throughout England. Our stamps make a great souvenir and can also be used to send postcards ov...


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Bayeux Door Curtain
A fine woven, fully lined door curtain embellished with hanging loops. Reproduced from various scenes found on the Bayeux tapestry. The Bayeux Tapestry was probably commissioned in the 1070s by Bishop...


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Secrets of the Bayeux Tapestry
Ever since it came to attention in the 17th century, the world's most famous tapestry has been a source of never-ending speculation. This book highlights the background of its construction and the...


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Hastings 1066
Hastings 1066 is about the decisive Battle of Hastings, which was fought on 14th October 1066 between Duke William of Normandy and Harold Godwinson, king of England, and which irrevocably changed...


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Battle Abbey Keyring
Keep all of your keys in one place and together with this delightful Battle Abbey keyring. Exclusive to English Heritage, the keyring features an exclusive design of the abbey by British artist D...


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Battle Abbey Framed Magnet
Attach to do lists, pictures and notes to your fridge or noticeboard with this Battle Abbey Framed Magnet. The 3D magnet features an intricate design of Battle Abbey in a frame, along with the words &...


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