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Queen Victoria Collection

"Queen Victoria: The Iconic Monarch of an Era" Step into the world of Queen Victoria, a remarkable ruler who left an indelible mark on history

Background imageQueen Victoria 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 Victoria Collection: Royal Saloon No. 233, 1909

Royal Saloon No. 233, 1909
An plush interior view of Royal saloon number 233 (later 9002). This carriage was originally built for Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee in 1897

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria, c1890

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

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Moustache cup commemorating Victorias Diamond Jubilee, 1897 (ceramic)

Moustache cup commemorating Victorias Diamond Jubilee, 1897 (ceramic)
BAL2486 Moustache cup commemorating Victorias Diamond Jubilee, 1897 (ceramic) by English School; Private Collection; (add.info.: Queen Victoria (1819-1901); ); English, out of copyright

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Printed Jubilee Version of God Save The Queen, 1887

Printed Jubilee Version of God Save The Queen, 1887
Printed for St Swithuns Church as part of East Grinsteads Golden Jubilee celebrations for Queen Victoria Parish Records Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Par 348/7/22

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Osborne House home of Queen Victoria, Isle of Wight, England, UK, Europe

Osborne House home of Queen Victoria, Isle of Wight, England, UK, Europe

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen meeting her New Parliament, passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords (engraving)

The Queen meeting her New Parliament, passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords (engraving)
1623121 The Queen meeting her New Parliament, passing through the Corridor to the House of Lords (engraving) by Overend, William Heysham (1851-98) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageQueen Victoria 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 Victoria Collection: Diamond Jubilee Poster for Westbourne, 1897

Diamond Jubilee Poster for Westbourne, 1897
Poster of events to celebrate Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee Parish Records Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Par 206/7/16

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Opening of the Great Exhibition, 1851-52 (oil on canvas)

The Opening of the Great Exhibition, 1851-52 (oil on canvas)
XCF268086 The Opening of the Great Exhibition, 1851-52 (oil on canvas) by Selous, Henry Courtney (1811-90); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Opening of the New Parliament by the Queen, the Royal Procession crossing the Princes Chamber

The Opening of the New Parliament by the Queen, the Royal Procession crossing the Princes Chamber on the Way to
1062155 The Opening of the New Parliament by the Queen, the Royal Procession crossing the Princes Chamber on the Way to the House of Peers (engraving) by English School

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Royal Cradle, Swiss Cottage, Osborne House, Isle of Wight, c. 1893 (wood)

The Royal Cradle, Swiss Cottage, Osborne House, Isle of Wight, c. 1893 (wood)
KDC437888 The Royal Cradle, Swiss Cottage, Osborne House, Isle of Wight, c.1893 (wood) by English School, (19th century); Osborne House, Isle of Wight

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Portrait of Queen Victoria, 1859 (oil on canvas) (detail of 192754)

Portrait of Queen Victoria, 1859 (oil on canvas) (detail of 192754)
STC425397 Portrait of Queen Victoria, 1859 (oil on canvas) (detail of 192754) by Winterhalter, Franz Xaver (1806-73) (after); Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Opening of the Royal Holloway College for Women by the Queen

Opening of the Royal Holloway College for Women by the Queen, the Ceremony in the Quadrangle (engraving)
1054884 Opening of the Royal Holloway College for Women by the Queen, the Ceremony in the Quadrangle (engraving) by English School

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train, 1897

Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train, 1897
A view of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee train hauled by the locomotive, The Queen. The engine carried two large crests and a crown at the front

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Osborne House, former royal residence in East Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, 1899

Osborne House, former royal residence in East Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, 1899
Osborne House, former royal residence in East Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1899. Osborne House was a place of ones own, quiet and retired for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria... visiting Soldiers wounded in the Indian Frontier campaigns... 1898, (1901)

Queen Victoria... visiting Soldiers wounded in the Indian Frontier campaigns... 1898, (1901)
Queen Victoria at Netley Hospital visiting Soldiers wounded in the Indian Frontier campaigns, December 3, 1898, (1901). Victoria (1819-1901) with injured men of the British Army

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: UK, London, St. Pauls Cathedral, Queen Anne Statue (not Queen Victoria)

UK, London, St. Pauls Cathedral, Queen Anne Statue (not Queen Victoria)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria, 1838. Creator: Thomas Sully

Queen Victoria, 1838. Creator: Thomas Sully
Queen Victoria, 1838. Victoria sat for Sully throughout March, April and May of 1838

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, c1890

Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, c1890. Victoria (1819-1901) became Queen in 1837 and Empress of India in 1877. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Situated in a well-tended park, the magnificent Victoria Memorial building with its white marble

Situated in a well-tended park, the magnificent Victoria Memorial building with its white marble domes was built to commemorate Queen Victorias diamond jubilee in 1901 but was completed more than ten

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Victoria Tower

Victoria Tower
Built to commemorate Queen Victorias Jubilee. Situated in Almondbury, West Yorkshire. IoE 339662

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria of England and her family, 19th century (print)

Queen Victoria of England and her family, 19th century (print)
3794062 Queen Victoria of England and her family, 19th century (print) by Winterhalter, Franz Xaver (1806-73) (after); (add.info)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen in Dublin, Her Majestys Visit to the Lord Lieutenant

The Queen in Dublin, Her Majestys Visit to the Lord Lieutenant and Countess Cadogan at Dublin Castle (litho)
1599548 The Queen in Dublin, Her Majestys Visit to the Lord Lieutenant and Countess Cadogan at Dublin Castle (litho) by Begg

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen reviewing the Wives and Children of Life Guards and Reservists at the Front

The Queen reviewing the Wives and Children of Life Guards and Reservists at the Front, at the Victoria Barracks
1592972 The Queen reviewing the Wives and Children of Life Guards and Reservists at the Front, at the Victoria Barracks, Windsor (litho) by Begg

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Her Soldiers Children, the Queen distributing Gifts from her Christmas Tree at Windsor to the Wives

Her Soldiers Children, the Queen distributing Gifts from her Christmas Tree at Windsor to the Wives
1593064 Her Soldiers Children, the Queen distributing Gifts from her Christmas Tree at Windsor to the Wives and Families of Guards and Reservists now at the Front (engraving) by Begg

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen in Ireland, Review of the Troops of the Dublin Garrison

The Queen in Ireland, Review of the Troops of the Dublin Garrison and the Curragh Camp in Phoenix Park
1599571 The Queen in Ireland, Review of the Troops of the Dublin Garrison and the Curragh Camp in Phoenix Park, Dublin (engraving) by Begg

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen in Ireland, Her Majesty driving by the Shore of Dublin Bay (litho)

The Queen in Ireland, Her Majesty driving by the Shore of Dublin Bay (litho)
1599567 The Queen in Ireland, Her Majesty driving by the Shore of Dublin Bay (litho) by Begg, Samuel (fl.1886-1916) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queen in Ireland)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen at the Performance of Mendelssohns 'Elijah'in St Georges Chapel, Windsor

The Queen at the Performance of Mendelssohns "Elijah"in St Georges Chapel, Windsor, on 9 December (litho)
1592999 The Queen at the Performance of Mendelssohns " Elijah" in St Georges Chapel, Windsor, on 9 December (litho) by Begg

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen in Dublin, the Illumination of the Ships of the Channel Fleet in Kingstown Harbour (litho)

The Queen in Dublin, the Illumination of the Ships of the Channel Fleet in Kingstown Harbour (litho)
1048417 The Queen in Dublin, the Illumination of the Ships of the Channel Fleet in Kingstown Harbour (litho) by Wyllie, William Lionel (1851-1931) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria (1819-1901) after Baron Heinrich von Angeli (1840-1925) (oil on canvas)

Queen Victoria (1819-1901) after Baron Heinrich von Angeli (1840-1925) (oil on canvas)
FC28047 Queen Victoria (1819-1901) after Baron Heinrich von Angeli (1840-1925) (oil on canvas) by Ward, Henrietta Mary (1832-1924); FORBES Magazine Collection, New York

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queens Visit to the Prince of Wales at Cowes (litho)

The Queens Visit to the Prince of Wales at Cowes (litho)
1063589 The Queens Visit to the Prince of Wales at Cowes (litho) by Hatherell, William (1855-1928) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queens Visit to the Prince of Wales at Cowes)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen and 'The Womens Tribute'(litho)

The Queen and "The Womens Tribute"(litho)
1043358 The Queen and " The Womens Tribute" (litho) by Hatherell, William (1855-1928) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queen and " The Womens Tribute")

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queen and her Soldiers Families, the Christmas Tree at Windsor (litho)

The Queen and her Soldiers Families, the Christmas Tree at Windsor (litho)
1043436 The Queen and her Soldiers Families, the Christmas Tree at Windsor (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queen and her Soldiers Families)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria conferring the Victoria Cross on heroes of Dargai... May 14, 1898, (1901)

Queen Victoria conferring the Victoria Cross on heroes of Dargai... May 14, 1898, (1901)
Queen Victoria conferring the Victoria Cross on heroes of Dargai at Netley Hospital, May 14, 1898, (1901). Victoria (1819-1901)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queens Visit To Her Birthplace: The Scene Outside St. Marys Church, Kensington, (c1897)

The Queens Visit To Her Birthplace: The Scene Outside St. Marys Church, Kensington, (c1897)
The Queens Visit To Her Birthplace: The Scene Outside St. Marys Church, Kensington, London, (c1897). In the carriage with Her Majesty are the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess Serge of Russia

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Two Jubilees - a Harmony in Black and White, 1888

Two Jubilees - a Harmony in Black and White, 1888. The Pope paid a visit to Queen Victoria at the beginning of 1888. Dressed in white, he was in contrast to Her Majesty who

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Four Generations of the English Royal Family, illustration from His Majesty

Four Generations of the English Royal Family, illustration from His Majesty
KW392355 Four Generations of the English Royal Family, illustration from His Majesty King Edward VIII, published 1936 (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with their Children (b / w photo)

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with their Children (b / w photo)
XJF268653 Queen Victoria and Prince Albert with their Children (b/w photo) by Fenton, Roger (1819-69); Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: QUEENs DOCK, HULL. The Port of Hull is a trading port located at the confluence of the River Hull

QUEENs DOCK, HULL. The Port of Hull is a trading port located at the confluence of the River Hull and the Humber Estuary in the city of Kingston upon Hull in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Sangers Circus Procession passing before the Queen at Windsor (litho)

Sangers Circus Procession passing before the Queen at Windsor (litho)
1592339 Sangers Circus Procession passing before the Queen at Windsor (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Souvenir of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee in 1897 showing the key events during her reign

Souvenir of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee in 1897 showing the key events during her reign (chromolitho)
6030591 Souvenir of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee in 1897 showing the key events during her reign (chromolitho) by English School

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Be Just and Fear Not! (colour litho)

Be Just and Fear Not! (colour litho)
3648302 Be Just and Fear Not! (colour litho) by Morgan, Matthew " Matt" Somerville (1839-90); Private Collection; (add.info.: Be Just and Fear Not)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: The Queens Jubilee (chromolitho)

The Queens Jubilee (chromolitho)
1597637 The Queens Jubilee (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Queens Jubilee)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Diamond Jubilee Portrait of the Queen, signed and approved by Her Majesty (litho)

Diamond Jubilee Portrait of the Queen, signed and approved by Her Majesty (litho)
1597636 Diamond Jubilee Portrait of the Queen, signed and approved by Her Majesty (litho) by Forestier, Amedee (1854-1930) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Drawing the Net at Loch Brora, a Sketch during the Queens Visit to Dunrobin (engraving)

Drawing the Net at Loch Brora, a Sketch during the Queens Visit to Dunrobin (engraving)
1058079 Drawing the Net at Loch Brora, a Sketch during the Queens Visit to Dunrobin (engraving) by Walker, Francis S. (1848-1916); Private Collection; (add.info.: Drawing the Net at Loch Brora)

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Sovereigns of the House of Hanover; King George I, King George II, King George III

Sovereigns of the House of Hanover; King George I, King George II, King George III, King George IV, King William IV
958057 Sovereigns of the House of Hanover; King George I, King George II, King George III, King George IV, King William IV, Queen Victoria (chromolitho) by English School

Background imageQueen Victoria Collection: Sir Richard Burtons Study, 1889 (oil on canvas)

Sir Richard Burtons Study, 1889 (oil on canvas)
3089791 Sir Richard Burtons Study, 1889 (oil on canvas) by Letchford, Albert (fl.1889); 45.5x55.5 cm; Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham, UK; eOrleans House Gallery; British, out of copyright



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"Queen Victoria: The Iconic Monarch of an Era" Step into the world of Queen Victoria, a remarkable ruler who left an indelible mark on history. Buckingham Palace, her official London residence, stands as a testament to her reign's grandeur and power. In this captivating photograph from c1890, we catch a glimpse herself - regal and poised. But it was not just in London that she made her mark. Osborne House, nestled on the Isle of Wight in England's scenic landscape, served as her beloved home away from the bustling capital. Here she found solace and tranquility amidst its picturesque surroundings. The Royal Saloon No. 233 transports us back to 1909 when Queen Victoria's legacy still lingered in the air. This luxurious carriage carried dignitaries and royalty alike with elegance befitting Her Majesty. In 1887, during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations, "God Save The Queen" echoed through every corner of the nation. A printed jubilee version became a cherished memento for many loyal subjects. Renowned artist Max Beerbohm immortalized Mr Tennyson reading his heartfelt poem "In Memoriam" dedicated to his sovereign in 1904 – a poignant tribute capturing both grief and admiration. The Diamond Jubilee Poster for Westbourne serves as a vibrant reminder of the festivities that swept across Britain in 1897 – celebrating sixty years of Queen Victoria's extraordinary reign. Even everyday objects paid homage to this iconic monarch; a ceramic moustache cup commemorating Victorias Diamond Jubilee reminds us how deeply ingrained she was within society’s fabric. One cannot forget one of the most significant events during Queen Victoria's rule – The Opening of the Great Exhibition in 1851-52 depicted vividly on canvas. It showcased technological progress while symbolizing Britain’s dominance under her reign.