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    The Gospel, a gift from Nicholas II to his wife, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna on Easter 1916 (Published by the Moscow printing house in 1627). Keys to the Alexander Palace. Personal items of the Imperial family discovered at the Ipatiev House in 1918 included pillowcases and linens bearing the embroiderd imperial crown

    The last photograph ever taken of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. With her are her daughters Olga and Tatiana. They sit on the balcony of the Governor's Mansion, Tobolsk, in Siberia in Spring of 1918.

    FABERGE Siberian Aquamarine & Diamond Brooch-a gift from Nicholas II to Alexandra which she was wearing right up until the time of her murder July 17, 1918.

    This grand piano was a gift to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna from her husband.

    An inside view of The Gospel of 1627 belonged to Mikhail-Michael I Fyodorovich Romanov (1596-1645) Russia, 1st Romanov Tsar & to the last Tsar Nicholas II Alexandrovich Romanov (Nikolai II) (6 May 1868-17 July 1918) Russia until his murder in 1918.

    Items belonging to the Imperial family found in the Ipatiev House after their executions. 1. An icon of the Mother of God and Christ Child

    Nicholas and Alexandra at their coronation.

    Prince George (later King George V) of England and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia...1890...cousins but look like twins.

    "Night at the Ipatiev House," images of Emperor Nicholas II, Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, Tsesarevich Alexis, Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria & Anastasia against the background of the wall dotted with bullets & containing engraved figures of the bloody date – the year of 1918. The composition also comprises texts related to the last days of the Imperial family – citations from letters of the Empress and Grand Duchess Olga.- The Zurab Tsereteli Museum, former Dolgorukov Mansion, Moscow.

    Queen Anne Boleyn's Psalter. By tradition this tiny gold prayer book was carried by Anne to her execution where she presented it to one of the ladies attending her on the scaffold, her friend Margaret Wyatt. It would have been worn hanging from a waist chain.

    1903 - The Grand Duke of Hesse & by Rhine with his four sisters & their husbands after the marriage of Princess Alice to Andrew of Greece in 1903. Left to right: Grand Duke Ernie, The tsarina & Nicholas II, Princess Irene & Prince Henry of Prussia, Princess Elizabeth & Grand Duke Serge, Princess Victoria & Prince Louis of Battenberg.

    Nicholas and a pregnant Alexandra (1895).

    The Romanovs

    L'ancienne couronne des tsars russes, le Cap de Monomaque. En 1762, cependant, le célèbre joaillier de Saint-Pétersbourg, Ieremiia Poze, a créé une couronne de diamant magnifique de Catherine la Grande. Ce chef-d'œuvre de l'art du bijoutier a été utilisé dans tous les couronnements ultérieures, y compris celle du dernier membre de la dynastie Romanov, Nicolas II.

    Nicholas II and the Tsaritsa dressed as Alexis I and Maria Miloslavskaya, for the Winter Palace's last Imperial ball

    Alexandra Feodorovna, also known as Alix of Hesse, and Alexandra, the last Tsarina of Russia, wearing her large crown. She and her family were executed on July 17, 1918. She was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

    Empress Alexandra

    Alexandra Feodorovna, Tsaritsa of Russia.

    Nicholas II of Russia, 1903

    Tsarevich Alexei

    Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov (1904-1918) with his father Tsar Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov) (1868-1918) Russia & his mother Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (Princess Alix of Hesse) in 1910, at their Palace in Livadia near the Black Sea.