Chapel Royal Hampton Court N/A

Today, as well as Hampton Court, there are chapels at The Tower of London, and St James’s Palace, which is now the headquarters of the Chapel Royal. Services in all of Her Majesty’s chapels are based on those from the Book of Common Prayer.
The timber and plaster ceiling of the Chapel at Hampton Court is considered the "most important and magnificent in Britain", but is all that remains of the Tudor decoration, after redecoration supervised by Sir Christopher Wren. The altar is framed by a massive but plain oak reredos with garlands carved by Grinling Gibbons during the reign of Queen Anne. Opposite the altar, at first-floor level, is the royal pew where the royal family would attend services apart from the general congregation seated below.

Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Chapel Royal Hampton Court (Stamp 1) Title: Chapel Royal Hampton Court (Stamp 1)
Dimensions (height x width): 50mm x 47mm
Monogram: G R R G
Coronet: Imperial