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Queen Victoria's Reign 1837-1901

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"William was out and about yesterday as he joined his grandparents The Queen and Prince Philip for a rare joint engagement as Her Majesty unveiled a bronze statue of two of her Windsor Grey horses, a breed that has been drawing the Monarch's carriages at State occasions since Queen Victoria's reign."

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William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne (1779-1848) Prime Minister during a part of Queen Victoria's reign. Artist: John Partridge

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The Royal Collection: Cabinet Made by Wiliam Vile in the year 1763 for the Gallery of Kensington Palace at the command of Queen Charlotte; in Queen Victoria's reign seven of the cabinets were brought back to Buckingham Palace; two were still at Windsor c.1905; finally in Queen Mary's time they were all reunited at Buckingham Palac

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from Mail Online

Indian court announces ban on Mumbai's horse-drawn carriages

The silver Victorias - styled on open carriages used during Queen Victoria's reign - have ...

The true High King of all Britain today! We dispute "The Windsor's" right to be on the Throne of Britain as a lesser Crown Royal (Elizabeth Windsor) than a "High King" of Britain Status? This Windsor monarchy is not in therefor the correct lineage since before Queen Victoria's reign ?

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Only child of Prince Edward Augustus Duke of Kent & Strathearn (1767–1820) & Princess Victoria (Marie Luise Viktoria) (1786–1861) of Saxe-Coburg & wife of 1st cousin Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha (1819-1861). Queen Victoria (1819-1901) Lying In State At Osborne House by Amedee Forestier. She died on January 22, 1901 & was buried in the next to her husband. Victoria's reign lasted 63 years & was the longest among the British monarchs. She was succeeded her son (Albert) Edward VII.

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Made by William Vile in the year 1763 for the Gallery of Kensington Palace at the command of Queen Charlotte; in Queen Victoria's reign seven of the cabinets were brought back to Buckingham Palace; two were still at Windsor c.1905; fin

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from Ruby Lane

19th Century Embroidered Note Book Aide Memoir Fine Needlework Velvet English Inscribed 1868

19th Century Embroidered Note Book Aide Memoir Fine Needlework Velvet English Inscribed 1868 This is a charming piece from Queen Victoria's reign.

Members of the Diehards a reenactment group depicting the Infantry of Queen Victoria's reign, in particular the Middlesex regiment and its predecessors the 57th & 77th Foot. Here shown in home service dress c.1886