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Background imageQueen Collection: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, c1953

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, c1953. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Wearing the Nizam of Hyderabad necklace made by Cartier, the George IV State Diadem and the insignia of the Order of the Garter

Background imageQueen Collection: OCEAN LINER QUEEN MARY. The Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary launched in 1934

OCEAN LINER QUEEN MARY. The Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary launched in 1934. Painting, 1934, by William McDowell

Background imageQueen Collection: ENGLAND: ISLE OF WIGHT. The Osborne House, where Queen Victoria lived on the Isle of Wight

ENGLAND: ISLE OF WIGHT. The Osborne House, where Queen Victoria lived on the Isle of Wight, England. Photochrome, c1895

Background imageQueen Collection: Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland, c1588. Artist: George Gower

Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland, c1588. Artist: George Gower
Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland, c1588. Version of the Armada portrait attributed to George Gower. The last Tudor monarch, Elizabeth I (1533-1603) ruled from 1558 until 1603

Background imageQueen Collection: Buckingham Palace is the official London residence

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the British monarch. The palace, originally known as Buckingham House (and still nicknamed Buck House by the royal family)

Background imageQueen Collection: Fore Street looking east towards The Square, Probus, Cornwall. Early 1900s

Fore Street looking east towards The Square, Probus, Cornwall. Early 1900s
A mixed group of mainly children pose for the photographer, including two people in the upstairs rooms of the Hawkins Arms

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Elizabeth II in coronation robes, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron

Queen Elizabeth II in coronation robes, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron
Queen Elizabeth II in coronation robes, 1953. Elizabeth II (born 1926), Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms, was crowned on 2 June 1953 at Westminster Abbey in London

Background imageQueen Collection: POSTAGE STAMP, 1840. The Penny Black of Great Britain, engraved by Frederick Heath

POSTAGE STAMP, 1840. The Penny Black of Great Britain, engraved by Frederick Heath and printed by Perkins Bacon & Co. Issued on 6 May 1840, it was the worlds first adhesive postage stamp

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on their coronation day, Buckingham Palace, 1953

Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on their coronation day, Buckingham Palace, 1953
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of their coronation, Buckingham Palace, 1953. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageQueen Collection: Royal family as a happy group of dog lovers, 1937. Artist: Michael Chance

Royal family as a happy group of dog lovers, 1937. Artist: Michael Chance
The royal family forming a happy group of dog lovers; with their Tibetan lion dog, labradors, and corgis, 1937. A print from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, London, 1937

Background imageQueen Collection: The back of the gold-plated throne, showing queen Ankhesenamun putting the finishing touches to

The back of the gold-plated throne, showing queen Ankhesenamun putting the finishing touches to the kings toilet, from the tomb of the pharoah Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings

Background imageQueen Collection: The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956

The Queens Visit to Abingdon, 2nd November 1956
This photograph shows H.M. The Queen on her visit to Abingdon in Oxfordshire on 2nd November 1956. The mayor is leading her majesty out of the station where several military personnel are lined up

Background imageQueen Collection: Freddy Mercury Statue, Montreux, Lake Geneva, Vaud, Switzerland

Freddy Mercury Statue, Montreux, Lake Geneva, Vaud, Switzerland

Background imageQueen Collection: A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris

A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris
A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. From " Costume & Fashion - The Evolution of European Dress Through the Earlier Ages", by Herbert Norris. [J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, E. P

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Elizabeth, The Ermine Portrait, 1585, (1896). Artist: Nicholas Hilliard

Queen Elizabeth, The Ermine Portrait, 1585, (1896). Artist: Nicholas Hilliard
Queen Elizabeth, The Ermine Portrait, 1585, (1896). Portrait of Elizabeth I (1533-1603) with an ermine, used to make fur garments for royalty

Background imageQueen Collection: A Plan of the town of Sheffield in the county of York drawn by W. Fairbank 1797

A Plan of the town of Sheffield in the county of York drawn by W. Fairbank 1797. Engraved by Thomas Harris
Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library:s 45 S

Background imageQueen Collection: Honey Bee - Queen & workers on comb

Honey Bee - Queen & workers on comb
JLM-9590 Honeybee - Queen & workers on comb John Mason Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageQueen Collection: Anne of Cleves

Anne of Cleves
" Vintage engraving of Anne of Cleves by Hans Hobein. A German noblewoman and the fourth wife of Henry VIII of England and as such she was Queen of England from 6 January 1540 to 9 July 1540

Background imageQueen Collection: Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron

Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Artist: Sterling Henry Nahum Baron
Her Majesty the Queen Mother with her pages, 1953. Queen Elizabeth (1900-2002), the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, in the robes she wore for the coronation of her daughter on 2 June 1953 at

Background imageQueen Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, 12th March 1953

HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, 12th March 1953. The Queen is shown wearing the Diamond Diadem, the sash, badge and star of the Order of the Garter

Background imageQueen Collection: King Henry Viii Of England And His Six Wives. From Top Centre And Clockwise Anne Of Cleves

King Henry Viii Of England And His Six Wives. From Top Centre And Clockwise Anne Of Cleves, Catherine Howard, Anne Boleyn, Catherine Of Aragon, Catherine Parr And Jane Seymour

Background imageQueen Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton

HM Queen Elizabeth II with her Maids of Honour, The Coronation, 2nd June 1953. Artist: Cecil Beaton
HM Queen Elizabeth II with her maids of honour, Green Drawing Room, Buckingham palace, 2nd June 1953. In selecting six Maids of Honour instead of pages to bear her velvet train throughout

Background imageQueen Collection: Faerie Queene, c1900. Artist: Walter Crane

Faerie Queene, c1900. Artist: Walter Crane
Faerie Queene, c1900. The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser (1553-1599), illustrated by Walter Crane (1845-1915). From Modern Pen Drawings: European and American, Edited by Charles Holme

Background imageQueen Collection: Tetisheri, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 17th dynasty, 16th century BC (1926)

Tetisheri, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 17th dynasty, 16th century BC (1926). Artist: Winifred Mabel Brunton
Tetisheri, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 17th dynasty, 16th century BC (1926). Tetisheri was the queen consort of Senakhtenre Tao I, the seventh pharaoh of the 17th dynasty

Background imageQueen Collection: Princess Elizabeth riding her pony in Winsor Great Park, 1930s

Princess Elizabeth riding her pony in Winsor Great Park, 1930s. The future Queen Elizabeth II (b1926) of Great Britain as a child

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip arrive at Smith Lawn in horse & carriage

Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip arrive at Smith Lawn in horse & carriage
Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip arrive at Smith Lawn, Guards Polo Club, Windsor in horse & carriage June 1984

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Elizabeth I, 16th century (1905)

Queen Elizabeth I, 16th century (1905). From Cassells History of England, Vol. II, [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1905]

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral, 28th September 1952. Artist: Lisa Sheridan

Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral, 28th September 1952. Artist: Lisa Sheridan
Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral, 28th September 1952

Background imageQueen Collection: Queen Victoria, c1890

Queen Victoria, c1890. Victoria (1819-1901) became Queen in 1837 and Empress of India in 1877

Background imageQueen Collection: Illustration of the signature of Elizabeth I

Illustration of the signature of Elizabeth I

Background imageQueen Collection: Head of a Mulatto Woman (Mrs. Eaton) Head of a mulatto woman Signed and dated, upper left

Head of a Mulatto Woman (Mrs. Eaton) Head of a mulatto woman Signed and dated, upper left: " Joanna M Wells 1861", Joanna Boyce Wells, 1831-1861, British

Background imageQueen Collection: KATHARINE HEPBURN (1907-2003). American actress. As Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion in Winter, 1968

KATHARINE HEPBURN (1907-2003). American actress. As Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion in Winter, 1968

Background imageQueen Collection: Mozart and his sister playing for Empress Maria Theresa

Mozart and his sister playing for Empress Maria Theresa
Young Mozart and his sister play a duet for Empress Maria Theresa of Austria. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageQueen Collection: PANC2A-00011

PANC2A-00011
Theodora, Empress of the Eastern Roman Empire, and her court. Printed 19th-century halftone reproduction of a mosaic at Ravenna

Background imageQueen Collection: Rock group Queen in concert at the NEC Arena in Birmingham 31st August 1984

Rock group Queen in concert at the NEC Arena in Birmingham 31st August 1984. Freddie Mercury

Background imageQueen Collection: Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort of Henry VI, (1792)

Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort of Henry VI, (1792). Margaret of Anjou (1429-1482) married Henry VI of England in 1445. The mental instability of Henry meant that Margaret effectively led

Background imageQueen Collection: Mr Tennyson, Reading In Memoriam to his Sovereign, 1904. Artist: Max Beerbohm

Mr Tennyson, Reading In Memoriam to his Sovereign, 1904. Artist: Max Beerbohm
Mr Tennyson, Reading In Memoriam to his Sovereign, 1904. Illustration from The Poets Corner, by Max Beerbohm, (London, 1904)

Background imageQueen Collection: Princess Elizabeth, (1926-), Queen of the Commonwealth Realms, 1937. Artist: Philip A de Laszlo

Princess Elizabeth, (1926-), Queen of the Commonwealth Realms, 1937. Artist: Philip A de Laszlo
Princess Elizabeth, (1926-2022), Queen of the Commonwealth Realms, 1937. A coloured plate from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, London, 1937

Background imageQueen Collection: Cover of programme for the visit of HM King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra to Sheffield to open

Cover of programme for the visit of HM King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra to Sheffield to open the University of
Original at Sheffield Local Studies PAMP 322 SQ

Background imageQueen Collection: The Queens bath. Knossos Palace dated to 2000 BC is considered to be Europes oldest City

The Queens bath. Knossos Palace dated to 2000 BC is considered to be Europes oldest City. Crete. Greece

Background imageQueen Collection: Statue of Freddie Mercury outside We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre, London, England

Statue of Freddie Mercury outside We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre, London, England

Background imageQueen Collection: Illustration by Edmond Dulac for The Dreamer of Dreams, by Queen Marie of Romania

Illustration by Edmond Dulac for The Dreamer of Dreams, by Queen Marie of Romania. Watercolor and gouache, 1915
DULAC: THE ICE MAIDEN, 1915. Illustration by Edmond Dulac for The Dreamer of Dreams, by Queen Marie of Romania. Watercolor and gouache, 1915

Background imageQueen Collection: Painted ivory plaque from the lid of a coffer showing Tutankhamun and Ankhesenamun in a garden

Painted ivory plaque from the lid of a coffer showing Tutankhamun and Ankhesenamun in a garden, the lower frieze shows young women plucking mandrakes, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun

Background imageQueen Collection: Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902)

Princess Elizabeth, later Queen, c1547, (1902). Portrait of the future Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) aged 14, before she was expected to be queen

Background imageQueen Collection: Germany, Berlin, Set design for performance The Magic Flute, the Queen of the night

Germany, Berlin, Set design for performance The Magic Flute, the Queen of the night
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), 1791. Set design by Simon Quaglio (1795-1878), the Queen of the Night. Performance at Berlin, 1818

Background imageQueen Collection: HENRY II & ELEANOR, 1154. The entry of King Henry II (1133-1189) and his queen

HENRY II & ELEANOR, 1154. The entry of King Henry II (1133-1189) and his queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122)
HENRY II & ELEANOR, 1154. The entry of King Henry II (1133-1189) and his queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122?-1204), into the royal city of Winchester, England, 1154

Background imageQueen Collection: Mathematical Bridge, Queens College and punt, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Mathematical Bridge, Queens College and punt, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe



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"Captivating and Timeless: The Reign Elizabeth II" From the iconic image of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in her coronation robes to the historic Penny Black postage stamp, the concept of royalty is beautifully captured through various glimpses into British history. In 1953, a young Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne, marking a new era for Britain. This momentous occasion was immortalized in stamps featuring her regal portrait by Sterling Henry Nahum Baron. However, this fascination with queens dates back centuries; even as far as 1588 when artist George Gower depicted the formidable Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland. Another captivating piece from that time is Nicholas Hilliard's "The Ermine Portrait, " showcasing an elegant portrayal Elizabeth I. As we delve further into British heritage, we come across historical artifacts like W. Fairbank's map of Sheffield from 1797 and Buckingham Palace -the official London residence- which has stood as a symbol of grandeur since its construction began in 1703. Moving away from land-based wonders, we encounter another majestic creation: the ocean liner Queen Mary launched in 1934 by Cunard White Star Line. Queen Elizabeth II's reign has been marked by numerous significant events such as her visit to Abingdon in November 1956 and her journey to Australia in 1954 where she captivated crowds with her grace and charm. Through these images and references spanning different eras, it becomes evident that queens have played an integral role not only within Britain but also on a global scale. Their influence extends beyond mere titles; they embody strength, elegance, and resilience throughout history while leaving an indelible mark on society. Long live our Queens.