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Victorian royal occasions Collection

Choose a picture from our Victorian royal occasions Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

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Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Accession of Queen Victoria N110042

Accession of Queen Victoria N110042
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. St James Palace, London 1837. Engraving depicting the accession of Queen Victoria

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Royal opening of Birmingham General Hospital BL14150_001

Royal opening of Birmingham General Hospital BL14150_001
BIRMINGHAM GENERAL HOSPITAL, Steelhouse Lane, Small Heath, Birmingham. Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein (formerly Princess Helena)

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Royal Train BL17842

Royal Train BL17842
ROYAL TRAIN. The South Eastern and Chatham Railway Royal Train showing the exterior of the Royal saloon. The photograph was taken for the owners of this Royal Train

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Queen Victorias Golden Jubilee Procession DD97_00448

Queen Victorias Golden Jubilee Procession DD97_00448
QUEEN VICTORIAs GOLDEN JUBILEE PROCESSION, London. A view of the procession showing the Royal Princes on horseback. Over 10 miles of scaffolding was used to line the route which was thronged with

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Diamond Jubilee Procession DD97_00473

Diamond Jubilee Procession DD97_00473
Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee Procession, Green Park Arch, London, 22 June 1897. York & Son silver gelatin DOP (developing out paper) print

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Accession of Queen Victoria N110056

Accession of Queen Victoria N110056
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. St James Palace, London 1837. Engraving depicting the accession of Queen Victoria

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Accession of Queen Victoria N110055

Accession of Queen Victoria N110055
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. St James Palace, London 1837. Engraving depicting the accession of Queen Victoria

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Accession of Queen Victoria N110054

Accession of Queen Victoria N110054
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. St James Palace, London 1837. Engraving depicting the accession of Queen Victoria

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: The Citys welcome to Princess Alexandra, 1863 N110045

The Citys welcome to Princess Alexandra, 1863 N110045
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Strand, London 1863. A procession leading from Temple Bar. The Citys welcome to Princess Alexandra, the bride of the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII)

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: The Citys welcome to Princess Alexandra, 1863 N110044

The Citys welcome to Princess Alexandra, 1863 N110044
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Strand, London 1863. A procession leading from Temple Bar. The Citys welcome to Princess Alexandra, the bride of the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII)

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Wreaths sent to Osborne House D880031

Wreaths sent to Osborne House D880031
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Queen Victoria died at Osborne House on 22nd January 1901 aged 81. She Lay in State until February 1st when her remains were transported to London

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Queen Victorias cortege D880022

Queen Victorias cortege D880022
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. Queen Victoria died at Osborne House on 22nd January 1901 aged 81. Her cortege left Osborne on 1st February

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: The Chapelle Ardente, Osborne D880021a

The Chapelle Ardente, Osborne D880021a
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. The Chapelle Ardente, Osborne. Queen Victoria died at Osborne House on 22nd January 1901 aged 81

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Queen Victorias cortege D880033

Queen Victorias cortege D880033
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. The Ryde Album. View of Queen Victorias cortege leaving Osborne House, 1901

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession CC97_01152

Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession CC97_01152
GREEN PARK ARCH, Westminster, London. A view of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee procession of 1897 featuring a naval gun detachment as it passes under Wellington Arch and through a large crowd

Background imageVictorian royal occasions Collection: St Jamess Street, London CC97_01169

St Jamess Street, London CC97_01169
ST JAMESs STREET, Westminster, London. A view looking down St Jamess Street which is full of people and decorated to mark Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee of 1897. Photograph by York and Son


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