RM2BTJPMG–Elizabeth Queen of Bohemia, portrait by Michiel van Mierevelt, c.1623.
RMA6Y491–QUEEN ELIZABETH II Windsor Castle exterior happy smiling HRH Queen Elizabeth II in grounds of Windsor Castle Union Jack flag behind UK (also 2HG5K5F)
RMMMH30N–Portrait of Elizabeth I of England. late 1580s. Attributed to George Gower (1540–1596) Alternative names Gower Description English painter Date of birth/death circa 1540 1596 Location of birth/death England London Work period 1570s-1590s Work location London Authority control : Q2126008 VIAF:?65226012 ISNI:?0000 0000 8251 2456 ULAN:?500032228 LCCN:?nr00039827 GND:?135583837 WorldCat George Gower Elizabeth I Drewe Portrait
RMG4RD8N–Queen Elizabeth II drives from Clarence House after the proclamation of her accession to the throne.
RM2F7C215–The Crown (TV series), season 4: Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II
RMK74T6X–Princess Elizabeth chats with crew at the christening of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress 'Rose of York' at a base somewhere in England, England, 7/6/1944.
RMGGJHET–Magnolia 'Elizabeth' MIW253151
RME4CN2P–ELIZABETH 1998 PolyGram film with Cate Blanchett and Shekhar Kapur
RM2B71W5D–Portrait of Elizabeth Throckmorton by Nicolas de Largillière
RF2BC04XE–Churchill responds to the crowd from the deck of the liner Queen Elizabeth arriving at New York. 24th March 1949. With him: his wife and daughter.
RM2F61MAR–Queen Elizabeth II, 1954
RME9KBD9–Journalist and director of Ternyata Ltd. Elizabeth Pisani appears at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
RMG649CD–Elizabeth I Tudor was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until his death
RMPTD62B–Kate Elizabeth Bunce, Melody, Circa 1895-1897 Oil on canvas, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England.
RM2BW6323–Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, circa 1820
RMRAYGD3–Elizabeth Reaser, 'The Haunting of Hill House' Season 1 (2018) Credit: Netflix / The Hollywood Archive
RME740YG–John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader - by Charles Willson Peale, 1772
RMW60BEH–Elizabethan Judges in their robes, c16th century. Judges at the time of Elizabeth I.
RM2BW06P8–The 'Coronation Portrait' of Queen Elizabeth I by an unknown artist c.1600
RMWWJ4BY–Queen Elizabeth ll attending premier of Andrew Lloyd Weber's Musical Starlight Express 22 March 1984
RMG1PNFA–ELIZABETH KECKLEY (1818-1907). American seamstress, civil activist, and memoirist; a former slave and confidante of Mary Todd Lincoln. Engraving, c1868.
RMGBTD87–Queen Elizabeth ll and The Duke of Edinburgh on the fourth day of The Royal Ascot meeting at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire.
RM2JBHK7D–Vintage Picture Post magazine cover featuring Queen Elizabeth II's coronation on 2 June, 1953. (UK)
RMK74RY7–Princess Elizabeth, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with US Army Air Forces Lt Gen James Doolittle (l-r) at the christening of the Boeing B-17 bomber 'Rose of York' by the young Princess, England, 7/6/1944.
RMGGJHER–Magnolia 'Elizabeth' MIW253150
RMF737E7–ELIZABETH BANKS US film actress in November 2015. Photo Jeffrey Mayer
RM2B71WB6–Elizabeth Wrottesley painted by Thomas Gainsborough in 1764
RF2A4F1Y9–Winston Churchill with Their Majesties King George Vl and Queen Elizabeth on VE-Day. Buckingham Palace balcony. 8th May 1945
RM2BDY3N9–RMS Queen Elizabeth
RME9KC04–Journalist and director of Ternyata Ltd. Elizabeth Pisani appears at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
RMATN6T7–Inside the Queen Elizabeth Hall London
RMPT2TAA–Joshua Reynolds, Elizabeth Gunning, Duchess of Hamilton and Argyll, Circa 1760 Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, USA.
RMM2EEJR–Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, circa 1889
RMRAYGDX–Victoria Pedretti, Elizabeth Reaser, 'The Haunting of Hill House' Season 1 (2018) Credit: Netflix / The Hollywood Archive
RMG3BR7N–ELIZABETH TREFUSIS writer of poems and tales Date: ? - 1808
RMT1D0GB–Queen Elizabeth I, portrait, anonymous, circa 1550-1599
RMWXRJ9M–A family group, taken after the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York, 26th April 1923. The wedding of Prince Albert, Duke of York, and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon took place on the 26th April 1923 at Westminster Abbey. The couple were later known as King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
RMR3RH3J–Elizabeth I. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I by Nicholas Hilliard c 1573.
RMCX5RYM–Seal, Kent. St Peter and St Paul monument to Elizabeth Mills
RMMC85TG–Christian Queen Elizabeth I at prayer. 19th century lithograph of frontispiece at Christian Prayer, 1569
RMGC3NDK–Rip Van Winkle and Johnny Murtagh win The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes during the Third Ascot Racecourse Beer Festival at Ascot Racecourse, Ascot.
RM2JBNG7Y–Queen Elizabeth II arriving at Leura, New South Wales, onboard the royal train on the Queen's Royal Tour of Sydney in 1954.
RMK74T2G–Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon (1900-2002), the wife of King George VI and mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, London, England, 03/03/1927.
RMGGJHEW–Magnolia 'Elizabeth' MIW253152
RMF737E8–ELIZABETH BANKS US film actress in November 2015. Photo Jeffrey Mayer
RMT0T7YT–Elizabeth I, Queen Elizabeth I, c. 1572
RMD1GBBP–Britain's Queen Elizabeth II watches the morning session of the Swimming competition July 28, 2012 at the 2012 Olympic
RM2BDXNDD–Elizabeth Custer, Author and Wife of General Custer
RME7EREM–British writer of children's fiction and travel Elizabeth Laird appears at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
RFFBC0FM–Erzsebet hid, Elizabeth Bridge, River Danube, Budapest, Hungary,
RMEX6GA0–Queen Elizabeth I of England and the Three-Goddesses, by Isaac Oliver 1590
RM2J0941T–Anna Elizabeth Dickinson, between 1855 and 1865
RMRAYGD4–Elizabeth Reaser, Michiel Huisman, 'The Haunting of Hill House' Season 1 (2018) Credit: Netflix / The Hollywood Archive
RMMHMJMA–Elizabeth Brownrigg, who was executed for cruelty and murder Date: 18th century
RMWPGJ24–Thomas Gainsborough, Elizabeth and Thomas Linley, portrait painting, circa 1768
RMRHPNEG–At the time of the Armada, Elizabeth reviews the troops at Tilbury. The Spanish Armada (Grande y Felicísima Armada) was a Habsburg Spanish fleet of 130 ships, under the command of the Duke of Medina Sidonia, with the purpose of escorting an army from Flanders to invade England. The aim was to overthrow Queen Elizabeth I and her establishment of Protestantism in England. On 8th August 1588 Elizabeth went to Tilbury to encourage her forces, and the next day, legend has it, arrived on horseback in her own personal battle armour.
RMFTMGM7–Queen Elizabeth I by Nicholas Hilliard c 1573
RMP70PX4–Emily Elizabeth Dickinson, 1830 – 1886. American poet. After a contemporary print.
RMMC6JKX–VAMPIRES - COUNTESS WHO BATHED IN BLOOD. Display model of Countess Elizabeth Bathori of Hungary (early 17th century) who took blood from young women and bathed in it to preserve her youth. From the Hebden Crypt, Hebden Bridge Elisabeth Bathory
RMG6A235–Maundy Service Queens Elizabeth II
RM2JBNG7W–Queen Elizabeth II arriving at Leura, New South Wales, onboard the royal train on the Queen's Royal Tour of Sydney in 1954.
RMK70GW1–In the crypt below the Rotunda of the US Capitol is this 8-ton statue - a tribute to three American women's rights leaders, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and Lucretia Mott. Executed by Adelaide Johnson, the figure in the left corner was left unfinished to convey the old adage that 'woman's work is never done.' Here, two WAVES, typifying the American women of today, gaze at the three pioneers. 1945, Washington, DC.