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Queen Victoria on her deathbed, and her death. The old queen remembers.

Queen Victoria on her deathbed, and her death. The old queen remembers.

Queen Victoria on her deathbed, and her death. The old queen remembers.

Queen Victoria turns round to see why her daughter-in-law has lagged behind ~ photograph by the Princess of Wales at Abergeldie, 1889

earwigbiscuits: “Queen Victoria turns round to see why her daughter-in-law has lagged behind ~ photograph by the Princess of Wales at Abergeldie, 1889 ”

How Did Queen Victoria Die?

How Did Queen Victoria Die?

On January Queen Victoria died, ending the longest reign of any British monarch and signaling the end of the Victorian Era.

"Tweedland" The Gentlemen's club: Queen Victoria Last Love. Channel 4 ( 25 April )

"Tweedland" The Gentlemen's club: Queen Victoria Last Love.

princess beatrice & queen victoria

Queen Victoria with daughter Princess Beatrice, 1879 love the pictures of the Queen and Princess Beatrice she had stated that her youngest daughter was the one light in her life after the death of Prince Albert.

"Victoria and Abdul" The real Abdul was a fat, married, father of 6. The movie highly romanticized him and their relationship

"Victoria and Abdul" The real Abdul was a fat, married, father of 6. The movie highly romanticized him and their relationship

Which Descendants of Queen Victoria Inherited the Hemophilia Gene?

Which Descendants of Queen Victoria Inherited the Hemophilia Gene?

Hemophilia, a disease which affects clotting of the blood, is inherited via the X chromosome. Queen Victoria passed the gene to some descendants.

Queen Victoria 1900, Empress of India following the death of her husband Prince Albert.

About Queen Victoria 1900 aka. Empress of India from Historical Figures of England. Portrait by artist-historian George Stuart.

Queen Victoria's bracelet, composed of gold, porcelain, elastic and transfer printed photograph. This bracelet was worn constantly worn by Queen Victoria. This was one of a group of jewels placed in the ‘Albert Room’ at Windsor Castle after the Queen's death in 1901. This was the room in which Prince Albert had died in 1861 and the Queen left instructions for a specific list of personal jewellery to be placed there and not passed on in the family. #Victorian

Queen Victoria's bracelet, composed of gold, porcelain, elastic and transfer printed photograph. This bracelet was worn constantly worn by Queen Victoria. This was one of a group of jewels placed in the ‘Albert Room’ at Windsor Castle after the Queen's death in 1901. This was the room in which Prince Albert had died in 1861 and the Queen left instructions for a specific list of personal jewellery to be placed there and not passed on in the family. #Victorian

the first waltz: a historical photoblog

bulletproofjewels: “ ♕ Queen Victoria: Grandmama of Europe It is a well known fact that Queen Victoria of England saw in her children a destiny to marry into all the great royal houses of Europe.

Queen Victoria with her great-grandson Prince William, the last crown prince of the German Empire, 1883.

Queen Victoria with her eldest grandson Prince Wilhelm of Prussia, the future Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, about

Queen Victoria's Stylish German Husband Changed Life For the British

Queen Victoria's Stylish German Husband Changed Life For the British

Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria of Britain, was a German prince who came to wield great influence on British society.

Queen Victoria with George V, Edward VII and future Edward the VIII

The christening of Prince Edward Albert of York (later King Edward VIII), with his father, grandfather and great grandmother. The Duke of York (later King George V) is on the right and the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) is on the left, while Queen Vic

Victorian Valhallas: Cemetery Picnics

Grab a sandwich, and let’s have a little chat about what it was like to die in Victorian London. An exploration of London's cemetery culture.

photo with the royal signature

A cabinet card of Queen Victoria by Irish photographer James (Lauder) Lafayette. The Card has been signed by Queen Victoria and is dated Feb. (which would have been the anniversary of her wedding to Prince Albert, had he lived)

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