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Queen Mary (Wife of George V), 1890's

Queen Mary (Wife of George V), 1890's

George V and Queen Mary of England on their wedding day

George V and Queen Mary of England on their wedding day

Mademoiselle de Nouille  Author :  Bonnat Léon Joseph Florentin (1833-1922)  Photo Credit :  (C) RMN-GP / Agence Bulloz  Period :  19th century, période contemporaine de 1789 à 1914  Date :  1884

Mademoiselle de Nouille Author : Bonnat Léon Joseph Florentin (1833-1922) Photo Credit : (C) RMN-GP / Agence Bulloz Period : 19th century, période contemporaine de 1789 à 1914 Date : 1884

The Royal Collection: Queen Mary (1867-1953)

The Royal Collection: Queen Mary (1867-1953)

Dévoiler ou dissimuler ? - Mlle Delong, Montréal, QC,  William Notman (1826-1891), 1871, 19è siècle // Reveal or Conceal? - Miss Delong, Montreal, QC, 1871 William Notman (1826-1891), 1871, 19th century

Dévoiler ou dissimuler ? - Mlle Delong, Montréal, QC, William Notman (1826-1891), 1871, 19è siècle // Reveal or Conceal? - Miss Delong, Montreal, QC, 1871 William Notman (1826-1891), 1871, 19th century

Queen Victoria.

Queen Victoria.

Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden bring their daughter Princess Estelle to her first day of pre-school Aug. 25, 2014

Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden bring their daughter Princess Estelle to her first day of pre-school Aug. 25, 2014

Princess Mary of Teck then Queen of United Kingdom

Princess Mary of Teck then Queen of United Kingdom

Queen Mary's 'Women of Hampshire' Pendant Brooch - In 1893, the 'Women of Hampshire' committee, led by the Duchess of Wellington, collected funds to buy a wedding gift for Princess May of Teck. The group selected a fine diamond pendant with a pear-shaped pearl drop. By 1911 the pendant had been converted into a brooch. The Queen inherited the brooch in 1953.

Queen Mary's 'Women of Hampshire' Pendant Brooch - In 1893, the 'Women of Hampshire' committee, led by the Duchess of Wellington, collected funds to buy a wedding gift for Princess May of Teck. The group selected a fine diamond pendant with a pear-shaped pearl drop. By 1911 the pendant had been converted into a brooch. The Queen inherited the brooch in 1953.

Cecile Beaton photographing Queen Elizabeth, wearing the order of the garter, at Buckingham Palace 1953

Cecile Beaton photographing Queen Elizabeth, wearing the order of the garter, at Buckingham Palace 1953

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