Some researchers believe that King James, was a Black European. The picture of King James suggest that he may have been a Negro.
Here is a page from the King James ,Works, of 1616.
Below is a comparison of a fake engraving of King James.
On the left we have the original engraving, on the right a reproduction. It is clear in this comparison that in the fake engraving the artist has rounded the face of King James and made his lips thinner.The face had to be rounded , and less like the frontal hook nose of Blacks,to make the nose longer and more European.
In doing this the artist present more neck in the fake version of King James than is evident in the original engraving on the left. In addition in this fake reproduction, King James' ear is slanted to accomodate the rounding of the face.
In the original engraving King James moustache is pointing down. In the fake King James engraving James is given a handlebar moustache.
There are other fake paintings used to imply that King James was white. The original:
The Fake King James cover:
Below is an enlargement of the King James Leviathan cover.
This enlargement of the King James’ Leviathan cover highlights the African character of King James. This picture compares favorably with pictures of other Africans/Negroes below is the picture of an Afar Sub-Saharan African.