His tomb in Gloucester Cathedral is a beautiful thing- one of the great masterpieces of English medieval art. It was commissioned by his son- Edward III- who clearly thought he was worth it.
In its original state it was painted and gilded and studded with imitation jewels. Time has bleached it but left it otherwise undamaged. Its presence in the Cathedral- which was then an Abbey- may have saved the building from destruction at the Reformation. Henry VIII was unsentimental when it came to sacerdotal monuments but royal ones were different; it would have set a bad precedent to have demolished the tomb of a king.