'Noble', Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK.
'Noble'. Queen Victoria's favourite collie dog, buried in the Royal Pet Cemetery, in a secluded location on the Balmoral Castle Estate, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK in 1887, aged 16 years. Best viewed in 'All Sizes' Mode. PLEASE NOTE THIS PICTURE IS COPYRIGHTED email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.deesideimages.webs.com/
The National Portrait Gallery: Oog in oog met Victoria & Albert
Ik heb hier al vaker verteld over mijn wens om met een tijdmachine terug in de tijd te kunnen reizen. Hoe geweldig zou het zijn om eens tegenover de belangrijkste mensen van de 19e eeuw…
Little Penny Dreadful
vintage-impressions: “ Queen Victoria with Prince Albert Victor of Wales, Princess Victoria of Hesse, Prince George of Wales, Princess Elizabeth of Hesse, 1871. Source ”
January 20, 1919: Had he not died he would have been uncle to our Queen, but Prince John was a secret even when alive. He suffered epilepsy from infancy, died aged 14 after suffering a fit in his sleep, and was discovered in bed wearing an “angelic smile”. The fifth child of George V and Queen Mary, known as Johnny, had fits that became more “frequent and severe” with age. He turned from a “sturdy, healthy and happy lad” to one needing to “constantly have an attendant” and was kept away from…
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on their return from the marriage...
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on their return from the marriage service at St James's Palace, London. Original Artwork: Engraved by S Reynolds after F Lock.
Alfred Joseph Woolmer (British, 1805-1892) Her Majesty's first born
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Topic Guide: Victorians
Studying the Victorians? Our Topic Guide will point you in the direction of some great resources.