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    Saxony's multitudinous combinations and recombinations (Belgian monarchs, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Saxe-Altenburg, Saxe-Weimar etc.); Wettin, Braganza-Saxe-Coburg-Gotha


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    Princess Paola of Liege, later Queen of Belgium. Mids 60s.

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    Grand Duchess Josephine - Charlotte of Luxembourg.

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    Future George V of Gt.Britain

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    The Duke and Duchess of Connaught with their two eldest children, Princess Margaret and Prince Arthur of Connaught. 1883.

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    King George V and Queen Mary with their son David, later Edward VIII. Looks for once like a normal family!

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    Princess Victoria Mary of Teck with Princess Hélène and Princess Marguerite d’Orleans, Sheen House, June 1889

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    Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia (1853-1920), just before her marriage with prince Alfred, the second son of queen Victoria, duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and duchess of Edinburgh | Gustav Richter (1873) Rather flattering compared to her photographs.

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    Queen Victoria with grandchildren Prince George, Princess Mary, and Prince Edward of York. (Queen Elizabeth II is a great great granddaughter of Queen Victoria.)

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    Princess Victoria ca. 1858, Queen Victoria's eldest daughter

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    Victoria- Princess Royal

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    Princess Beatrice was eighteen the year Baron von Angeli - her mother Queen Victoria's favorite portrait painter at the time - completed this portrait

    Gods and Foolish Grandeur

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    Queen Astrid with her son Albert (later King Albert II of Belgium)... this is must be shortly before her death

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    Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, after a drawing room, 1854 | Royal Collection Trust

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    Maximilian Wilhelm August Albert Karl Gregor Odo of Saxony was born in Dresden, capital of the Kingdom of Saxony, the seventh of the eight children of Prince George of Saxony and his wife Infanta Maria Anna of Portugal. On 26 July 1896, despite initial opposition from his family, Prince Maximilian entered into the church and was ordained as a priest. He renounced his claim to the throne of Saxony on entering the priesthood.

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    Reinette: German Style from 1468-1588 Maria and Margaret of Saxony, daughters of John the Steadfast, Elector of Saxony.

    Reinette: German Style from 1468-1588

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    Герцогиня Саксен-Альтенбургская, Елена Георгиевна, (1857-1936), урожденная принцесса Мекленбург-Стрелицкая. Портрет из книги "В память священного коронования их императорских величеств, Николая Александровича и Александры Федоровны", изд. 1896 Duchess Helene of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1857–1936) daughter of Duke Georg August of Mecklenburg-Strelitz and wife Grand Duchess Catherine Mikhailovna of Russia. 2nd wife of Prince Albert of Saxe-Altenburg

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    A Tribute To Queen Astrid Of Belgium - YouTube

    A Tribute To Queen Astrid Of Belgium

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    Marie-Josephe de Saxe, Dauphine de France (1731-1767), by Marie Victoire Jaquotot after Maurice Quentin de Latour (Louvre)

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    1764 Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, Dauphine de France by Maurice Quentin de la Tour after Anne Nivelon (Versailles) Photo - Gérard Blot)

    1764 Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, Dauphine de France by Maurice Quentin de la Tour after Anne Nivelon (Versailles) | Grand Ladies

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    Lovely Princess Mathilde of Bavaria (1877-1906) was one of thirteen children born to King Ludwig III and Queen Maria Theresa. Mathilde was a poet who married Prince Ludwig Gaston of the Roman Catholic branch of the House of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha. Ludwig had grown up in Brazil as the son of a German prince and a Brazilian princess. Mathilde and Ludwig had only two children before her early death from tuberculosis.

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    1859 photograph of Victoria, Princess Royal

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    Herzog Johann Philipp von Sachsen-Zeitz [Museum Schloss Moritzburg Zeitz]

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    Totenbildnis des Prinzen Moritz von Sachsen-Zeitz (1652-1653) [Museum Schloss Moritzburg Zeitz]

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    Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1719–1772), Princess of Wales by Jean-Baptiste van Loo

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    And the partner piece to the last pin. Queen Alexandra, full face, wearing the diamond bandeau and maltese crosses in October 1913.

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