RMFFAGGY–PRINCESSES OF WALES, c1893. /nPrincess Maud of Wales, the future Queen of Norway, photographed with her sister, Princess Victoria (standing), c1893.
RM2AP3NCD–The Marriage of Princess Maud of Wales and Prince Carl of Denmark, July 22, 1896 - Laurits Tuxen
RMG3C4CA–The Princesses Victoria (1868-1935) and Maud of Wales (1869-1938), the future Queen of Norway (reigned 1905-1938), Daughters of King Edward VII. Date: 1890
RMKCEM69–Photographic portrait of Maud of Wales (1869-1928) was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. Dated 20th Century
RMGK92WM–The marriage of Princess Maud of Wales, later queen consort of Norway, to Prince Carl of Denmark, later King Haakon VII. Maud of Wales, 1869 – 1938. Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII.
RMG1DN77–Photograph taken during the wedding of Maud of Wales (1869-1938) and King Haakon VII (1872-1957). Also pictured is King George V (1865-1936), Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (1900-2002), Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925) and Queen Mary of Teck (1867-1953). Dated 20th Century
RMKRCXAM–Maud of Wales (1869 - 1938), Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. Youngest daughter of the British king and queen Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark Date: 1906
RMPEJKJ8–Marriage of the Princess Maud of Wales, to her first cousin Prince Carl of Denmark, in the private chapel at Buckingham Palace, 22 July 1896
RFB8TPEF–marriage of the princess maud of wales Maud of Wales (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria; 26 November 1869 – 20 November 1938) was Que
RM2JD6J5W–Prince Charles (or Carl) of Denmark, later King Haakon VII, King of Norway, and Princess Maud of Wales (1869-1938), youngest daughter of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra (the latter is standing behind them). Photographed at the time of their marriage in 1896 -- the wedding took place on 22 July in the private chapel of Buckingham Palace. They were first cousins. Colourised version of: 10503192 Date: July 1896
RMCXC954–Statue of Maud of Wales the queen of Norway at Slottsparken the Palace Gardens central Oslo Norway Europe
RMH3YPT2–British royal family 1892. L to R standing: Prince Albert, Duke of Clarence; Maud of Wales(later Queen of Norway); Queen Alexandra; Louise, Princess Royal; Prince (later King Edward VII). L to R seated: Prince (later King George V; Princess Victoria;
RM2AW0505–Haakon VII, King of Norway (1872-1957) with his wife, Princess Maud of Wales (1869-1938) and Prince Olav V (1903-1991) who became king of Norway in 1957 ca. 1913
RMDYEHRK–The children of England. King Edward VII in 1874. Prince George later King George V (seated in sailor suit) with the princess Royal Louise (left) and Princess Maud (later queen of Norway) seated front left. Maud of Wales (26 November 1869 – 20 November 1938) was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. She was the youngest daughter of Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Alexandra of Denmark
RMT9BTY3–Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom and Princess Maud of Wales, was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII..
RM2A604G8–Photograph taken during the wedding of Maud of Wales (1869-1938) and King Haakon VII (1872-1957). Also pictured is King George V (1865-1936), Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (1900-2002), Alexandra of Denmark (1844-1925) and Queen Mary of Teck (1867-1953). Dated 20th Century
RMRYM38Y–Vintage photograph of Princess Maud of Wales, was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. She was the youngest daughter of the British king Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark.
RMP4B2J1–Tuxen Laurits - the Marriage of Princess Maud of Wales 22 July 1896
RMB0KD1X–Princesse Maud of Wales. Artist: Unknown
RMFG450D–MAUD OF WALES (1869-1938). /nQueen of Norway, 1905-1938. Photograph by W. & D. Downey, c1891.
RM2CA0TF8–Tuxen Laurits - the Marriage of Princess Maud of Wales 22 July 1896 - Danish School - 19th and Early 20th Century
RME13XR7–Mar. 27, 2012 - A flashback in the 90's Prince George's Wedding to Mary 1893; Back row left to right Princess Alexandra of Edinburg, Princess Victoria of Schleawig Holstein, Princess Victoria of Edinburg, Prince George (later King George V) Princess Victoria of Wales, and Princess Maud of Wales, (Later, Queen Maud of Norway). Second row , Princess Alice of Battenburg, Princess Margaret of Connaught, Princess may (the bride) of tech, front row Princess Beatrice of Edinburgh, Princess Victoria of Battenburgh, and Princess Victoria Patricia of Coannaught.
RMPXGWM1–Haakon VII King of Norway (1872-1957) (reigned 1905-57), formerly Prince Charles of Denmark, with his wife Maud of Wales (1869-1938). Date: circa 1905
RMBHWR6W–Princess of Wales and Princess Maud of Wales, 1872. Artist: Unknown
RMK07RPY–Meeting of Crowned Heads of State at Windsor Castle on 17th November 1907. Pictured (from left): Princess Amelie of Orleans, Queen consort of Portugal and the Algarves (1865-1951), Kaiser Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany (1851-1941), Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein, Empress of Germany (1858-1921), Queen Alexandra (1844-1925), King Edward VII (1841-1910), Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, Queen of Spain (1887-1969), King Alfonso XIII of Spain (1886-1941) and Maud of Wales, Queen of Norway (1869-1938). Date: 1907
RM2F37TR9–Princess Maud of Wales.
RMRJC6HX–The Norwegian Royal Family - King Haakon VII of Norway (1872-1957), his wife Queen Maud (of Wales) (1869-1938) and their son Olav V (born Prince Alexander of Denmark 1903–1991), who was King of Norway from 1957 until his death.
RMJ9BRM2–Group photograph taken at wedding of Princess Maud of Wales
RMH4E49J–The Royal Family in 1898: From Left-Right: Prince Albert Victor - Duke of Clarence; Princess Maud; Princess Victoria Mary - Princess of Wales; Prince George; Princess Victoria and King Edward VII
RMKKN90G–1896 The Graphic Princess Maud and Princess Victoria
RMG3D3AT–Royal Gathering at Windsor Castle, November 17th 1907. From left: Queen of Norway, Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria of Wales (1869-1938), spouse of King Haakon VII of Norway; Alfonso XIII (1886-1941) King of Spain; Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany (1859-1941); Ge
RMAG2NJC–Maud, 26.11.1869 - 20.11.1938, Queen Consort of Norway 18.11.1905 - 20.11.1938, portrait, engraving, 1895, Wettin, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Princess of Wales, Great Britain, 19. Jahrhundert, Saxe Coburg Gotha, ,
RMG36M03–King Christian IX of Denmark (1818-1906) with his wife, Queen Louise of Hesse-Cassel, daughter Queen Alexandra, her daughter Princess Louise of Wales and her baby, Maud Duff (b. 1893).
RM2A5YN7W–The children of England. King Edward VII in 1874. Prince George later King George V (seated in sailor suit) with the princess Royal Louise (left) and Princess Maud (later queen of Norway) seated front left. Maud of Wales (26 November 1869 ñ 20 November 1938) was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. She was the youngest daughter of Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Alexandra of Denmark
RMRYM3B4–Vintage photograph of Princess Maud of Wales, was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII. She was the youngest daughter of the British king Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark.
RMAG2MNF–Maud, 26.11.1869 - 20.11.1938, Queen Consort of Norway 18.11.1905 - 20.11.1938, portrait, engraving, 1895, Wettin, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Princess of Wales, Great Britain, 19. Jahrhundert, Saxe Coburg Gotha, ,
RMW7FBB1–'Queen Mary, in her coach of glass, accompanied by Queen Maud of Norway', 1937. Artist: Unknown.
RMFG44KH–PRINCESSES OF WALES, c1890. /nPrincess Victoria and Princess Maud of Wales, the future Queen of Norway. Photograph by W. & D. Downey, c1890.
RMRY9W84–Portraits of the Royal Children, Modelled by Command of Her Majesty, Royal Mint: 1. Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, Born November 21, 1840, Princess Royal. 2. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, Born November 9, 1841. 3. Alice Maud Mary, Born April 25, 1843. 4. Alfred Ernest Albert, Born August 6, 1844. 5. Helena Augusta Victoria, Born May 25, 1846. 6. Louisa Caroline Alberta, Born March 18, 1848. 7. Arthur William Patrick Albert, Born May 1, 1850
RMP80XR9–. HRH The Duchess of Fife, Princess Louise of Wales with her children, Lady Alexandra Victoria and Lady Maud Duff. Deutsch: Porträt Louises, Herzogin von Fife, mit ihren beiden Töchtern Alexandra und Maud . circa 1894 321 Princess Louise with daughters - Alice Hughes c. 1894
RM2J42930–England women Maud Muir during the TikTok Women's Six Nations match at the Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester. Picture date: Saturday April 9, 2022.
RMBJ07EJ–Daughters of King Edward VII; Princess Maud, Louise and Victoria of Wales, 1886. Artist: Unknown
RF2BCR866–OSLO, NORWAY-CIRCA JUN, 2018: Statue of Maud of Wales is at the Royal Palace park. She was Queen of Norway as spouse of King Haakon VII
RM2E4TCDW–Maud of Wales, Queen of Norway.
RMPRFF51–The Children of Queen Victoria
RM2JD6HKG–Photographic study of the five children of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, taken while Edward was still Prince of Wales. The children, from left are: the Duke of York (later George V), Louise, the Princess Royal (later Duchess of Fife), Queen Maud of Norway, Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Princess Victoria. Colourised version of: 10220964 Date: Circa 1871
RM2DBHNY4–Group picture of the English royal family with international royal guests at Windsor Castle, in Wales in 1907. Bottom row from left: Prince Olaf of Norway, King Edward VII of Great Britain, Infanta Isabella of Spain, Princess Beatrice of Battenberg, Grand Duchess Maria of Russia, Queen Amelie of Portugal, Duchess Helene of Aosta, Princess Maria Immaculata of Saxony. Second row: Duchess Louise of Fife, Duke Arthur of Connaught, Queen Maud of Norway, Emperor Wilhelm II, Mary Princess of Wales (later Queen Mary of England), Princess Patricia of Connaught, George Prince of Wales (later George V),
RMHH4MA8–(from Left): Alexander William George Duff, 1st Duke of Fife (1849-1912), his younger daughter Maud (1893- 1945), his wife Louise Victoria, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife (1867-1931), King Edward VII (1841-1910), the eldest Fife daughter Alexandra Duf
RMKKN911–1896 The Graphic Princess Maud & her bridesmaids
RM2HX4GKG–Prince Of Wales Visits The Northern Capital. On the occasion of his visit to Inverness Yesterday, the Prince of Wales made four inspections of Guards of Honour, received the freedom of the Burgh, Partook of the official luncheon, laid a wreath on the war memorial and Performed the opening of an extension to the Royal Northern Infirmary and the opening of the scout Memorial to the late Lady Maud Lawson, ail in less than three hours. The Prince Lays his wreath on the Inverness war Memorial. June 27, 1931. (Photo by Topical Press)
RF2BADFJC–Vintage black and white portrait photos of King Haakon VII. and Queen Maud of Norway 1900s.
RMC13CTK–British Royal Family. Center, from left: Queen Maud of Norway and Prince Edward of Wales, (future Duke of Windsor), at King George V's Silver Jubilee, 1935.
RMDY0TK5–Shelf-ice at Queen Maud Land
RMJ2EH94–Norway, Oslo, Royal Palace (Det Kongelige Slott). 173 room Royal residence, circa 1824-1848. Statue of Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria of Wales, Queen of Norway as wife of King Haakon VII.
RMHRDRCX–Alexandra, Princess of Wales, with Princess Maud
RMB0KFWY–The Princesses Victoria (1868-1935) and Maud (1869-1938) of Wales, 1890.Artist: W&D Downey
RMFFAH74–GEORGE V (1865-1936). /nWedding portrait with Princess Mary of Teck. Also pictured: Princesses Alexandra of Edinburgh, Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein, Victoria of Edinburgh, Victoria of Wales, Maud of Wales; Alice of Battenberg, Margaret of Connaught, Bea
RMMPNMKY–'Maud', c1893. Artist: W Downey.
RMP8R1J1–. 10 Alexandra, Princess of Wales, with Princess Maud
RMRM14F1–'S.A.R. la Princesse Maud de Galles', c1900. Creator: Paul Dujardin.
RMDDM865–Princess of Wales and her three daughters, Louisa, Victoria and Maud, c1874. Artist: Unknown
RMKBR7JT–Alexandra, Princess of Wales, with Princess Maud
RM2E4NJDC–Maud of Wales -- Queen of Norway.
RMJTD67W–Tower Hill Memorial is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission war memorial commemorating wartime deaths from the Merchant Navy and fishing fleets
RM2F4WKNX–Running - Trail World Championships 2013 - Conwy (Wales) - Great Britain - 06/07/2013 - Photo Jean-Marc Mouchet / DPPI - Women - Maud Gobert (FRA)
RM2CH1GFD–. Review of reviews and world's work . rve up.In due course Mr. and Mrs. Cumberland and MissBentley were invited to Bernstorff. The largest roomin the castle had been put aside for the seance—aroom, by-the-bye, not much larger than an ordinaryMayf air drawing-room. There were present the Kingand Queen of Denmark, the Czar and Czarina, thePrincess of Wales, the Crown Prince and Princess ofDenmark, the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland, theCrown Prince of Greece, the Prince Nicholas ofGreece, the Prince Waldemar of Denmark, thePrincess Victoria and Maud of Wales, and the Czarsyoungest son, the Gran
RMATE5J5–Gravestone describing the circumstances of the sad and unusual death of Laura Maud Evans in 1896
RMKKN910–1896 The Graphic Wedding of Prince Carl & Princess Maud
RM2JJYBWF–An interesting group taken in 1873, showing late Princes Royal late Duke of Clarence the King, Queen ***** of Norway (seated on left) and Princess Victoria. February 18, 1935.
RMD86ERK–King Edward Vii Alexandra Of Denmarks Five Children 1891
RMG6MG85–John Reid visits Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
RMG3CYDR–Royal Mourners at the Funeral of King Edward VII (who died on May 6th 1910 and was buried in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire), featuring inset oval portraits of: King George V and Queen Mary, King Frederick VIII of Denmark, King Ha
RMC45GMK–Kaiser Wilhelm II. and Edward VII. with members of the European nobility, 1907
RMDDW5K5–PORTRAITS OF THE ROYAL CHILDREN, MODELLED BY COMMAND OF HER MAJESTY, BY L.C. WYON, ROYAL MINT: 1. VICTORIA ADELAIDE MARY LOUISA
RMG3C4FJ–Wedding of King George V, then Duke of York, to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck, later Queen Mary on 6 July 1893. The couple are attended by numerous bridesmaids. Back row, from left, Princess Alexandra of Edinburgh, Princess Helena Victoria of Schlweswig-
RMFFAGH0–MAUD, QUEEN OF NORWAY /n(1869-1938). As the Princess of Wales. Photographed in 1895, at the time of her engagement to Prince Charles of Denmark, the future King Haakon VII of Norway.
RMA9WPM1–King Christian Ix
RMPFAM3A–. Descriptive zoopraxography, or, The science of animal locomotion made popular. Animal locomotion. THE ZOOPRAXISGOPE. 1 Athlete, Horse-back Somersault. ABBREVIATED CRITICISMS. "On Monday last, in the theatre of the Royal Insti- tution, a select and representative audience assembled to witness a series of the most interesting demonstrations of Animal Locomotion given by Mr. Miiybridge. "The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Victo- ria, Louise, and Maud, and the Duke of P^dinburgh hon- ored the occasion by their presence; likewise did I note among the brilliant company Earl Stanh
RMW7DEPF–King Haakon VII of Norway (1872-1957) with his wife Queen Maud (869-1938), 1908.Artist: Queen Alexandra
RMMCGY2K–. Pelargoniums. Miss Till. Rosy salmon, white throat and margin, upper petals feathered crimson. Prince of" Wales.-' Bright vermilion, with light centre and edge to the petals, the larger ones being marked with light crimson, and deeply blotched. Smith's Seedling. A very attractive variety, with deep red flowers; heavily spotted. Triumph de St. Maud. Magenta suffused with crim- son, having dark blotches on the top petals. 30 cts. each • S3.00 per
RM2E4TCFP–Maud of Wales - Queen of Norway.
RMPCMHD9–Alexandra, Princess of Wales, with Princess Maud.
RM2AJCG98–Christian monuments in England and Wales : an historical and descriptive sketch of the various classes of sepulchral monuments which have been in use in this country from about the era of the Norman conquest to the time of Edward the Fourth . 5 c.a.d. 1325. Braes of John and Maud de Blaxii&donb, East Wickham, Kent. tion. Of this inscription the centre-line appears to have beendesigned to supply the place of the stem of the cross. It willbe observed that one of the foils of the quatrefoil panel, withinwhich the bust of matilda le caus is sculptured, intervenes be- 126 CHRISTIAN MONUMENTS tween
RMW1CMBR–Archive image from page 69 of Descriptive zoopraxography, or, The science. Descriptive zoopraxography, or, The science of animal locomotion made popular . descriptivezoopr00muyb Year: 1893 THE ZOOPRAXISGOPE 1 Athlete, Horse-back Somersault. ABBREVIATED CRITICISMS. 'On Monday last, in the theatre of the Royal Insti- tution, a select and representative audience assembled to witness a series of the most interesting demonstrations of Animal Locomotion given by Mr. Miiybridge. 'The Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Victo- ria, Louise, and Maud, and the Duke of Pdinburgh hon- ored the occas
RMKKN90D–1896 The Graphic Wedding of Prince Carl & Princess Maud
RMKKKYMN–1906 Black & White King Haakon of Norway with Queen Maud and Prince Olaf
RMG6MG84–John Reid visits Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
RMKKN90X–1896 The Graphic Royal wedding procession for Princess Maud and Prince Carl of Denmark
RMBC1CWJ–The future King Edward VII (1894-1972) and Queen Maud of Norway (1869-1938), 1935. Artist: Unknown
RM2AG8PNN–. Fore and aft craft and their story; an account of the fore and aft rig from the earliest times to the present day. J>«ttl*» ^•j?-***!^ Fig-. 68. Britannia This royal fore-and-after, designed by G. L. Watson for His late Majesty KingEdward VII, when Prince of Wales, is perhaps the finest racing cutter which wasever built. The illustration was taken in the Medina when she was being fittedout at Cowes for her second season.. Fig. 69. P. 266 Maud This kt;tch-rig ;ed yacht is one of the best known examples of the attempts toobtain the ideal cruiser.
RMKKN90R–1896 The Graphic Royal wedding luncheon at Buckingham Palace for Princess Maud and Prince Carl of Denmark
RME5GF4N–1938 Aftenposten (Norway) front page reporting the death of Queen Maud of Norway
RM2AJCGPN–Christian monuments in England and Wales : an historical and descriptive sketch of the various classes of sepulchral monuments which have been in use in this country from about the era of the Norman conquest to the time of Edward the Fourth . cad. 1330. 4th Edward III.Floriated Cross, with Head of an Ecclesiastic, Chinnor Church, Oxfordshire. half-figures, as is usual in brasses, are cut off by a straight line.Upon the remaining portion of the stem of the cross is the com-mencement of the inscription : >J« iohan . de . bladigdone . et .maud . s... J The slab to which I shall next refer was
RME5GF4M–1938 Aftenposten (Norway) front page reporting the death of Queen Maud of Norway
RMH9N64T–1957 Morgenbladet (Norway) front page Death of King Haakon VII
RM2AN8JEC–Farmer's magazine (January-December 1920) . great apart on the stage of Britain and of the world. Gladstone,Randolph Churchill, King Edward VII.—Prince of Wales andKing—Balfour, Curzon, Chamberlain, Rosebery, Harcourt, thelist is endless. It is not a cold, stereotyped description. Thosewho have known anything of the career of Margot Asquithwill know. From early life she was in revolt against the stodgyconventions of the Victorian era. She slyly smoked cigarettesand flirted with engineers on trains in Victorian days! She saton Tennysons knee and he read her Maud in unforgettablevoice. Gladstone
RM2AN622D–Visitation of England and Wales . wife ; bom 17March 1853, bapt.at St. Matthews,Denmark Hill, co.Surrey ; marr. atNeuchatel, Switzer-land, on Thursday,23 November 1882. I II I . Alice Maud, born Gordon Harley Grellier, Norman Grellier (twin Bemard GreUier (twm at Turners Hill, born at Epsom on Mon- with Bemard), bom with Norman), bomCO. Sussex, on Mon- day, 16 March, bapt. at St. Martins Croft, at St. Martins Croft,day, 29 October at the parish church, Epsom, 17 October, Epsom, 17 October,1883, bapt. at All Epsom, 8 April 1885. bapt. at the parish bapt. at the parishSaints, Crawley church, Eps
RM2AJE6WA–Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica : . ., and has issue :—1. Isabel Maud, born 16 Dec. 1869.2. Beatrice Annie, born 3 March, 1871. 3. Mary Shaw, born 9 March,1872 ; died 11 Sept. 1880. 4. Charles William Salter, born 15 June,1874. 5. Margaret Alice, born 3 Aug. 1875. 6. Frederick ThorntonSutton, born 6 Dec. 1877. 3. Rev. Henry Shaw, M.A., born Dec. 14, 1831. Head Master of St. Johns Collegiate School, Newcastle, N.S. Wales. Marr. A*pril 13, 1858,Eliza, da. of Peter Hazeon ; has issue :—1. Isabel, b. Sept. 14 1859. 2.Fanny, b. Dec. 22, 1860. 3. Godfrey William, b. Sept. 27, 1862. 4.Alfred Cha
RM2CF2TP0–. H. R. H., the Prince of Wales; an account of his career, including his birth, education, travels, marriage and home life; and philanthropic, social and political work. les became an accomplished fact, hereadily consented to be its first Chancellor. His Royal Highnesswas installed in this office at Aberystwith in June 1896, and hisfirst act as Chancellor was to confer an honorary degree on thePrincess. At the luncheon which followed, the Princes health wasproposed by Mr, Gladstone. In the following month, the marriage of Princess Maud ofWales to Prince Charles of Denmark took place in the cha
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