22cm ( 8.5) x 8.5cm (3.25) Located at 7 Church street Windsor, The Old Kings Head was built in 1525, and bears a plaque on its wall recording the execution of Charles I in 1649, complete with all the signatories! The Old Kings Head is also said to be where William Shakespeare wrote The Merry Wives of Windsor in 1597. In our version, you can see Shakespeare looking out of the first floor window. His candle is burning beside him,and his quill pen is poised in his hand. Maybe the great bard was in need of inspiration! Today this building houses a restaurant, but we prefer to think of it as it once was, serving home brewed ale in the jug!
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