RMDD47GD–Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales 1610
RMK7P7DD–French President Raymond Poincare and wife (left) meet with King George V and Queen Mary of England, the young Prince of Wales and other dignitaries, Abbeville, France, 07/10/1917
RMM4CK3E–Henry, Prince of Wales, eldest son of King James I of England. Prince Henry Frederick was heir to the throne but predeceased his father in 1612, at the age of 18, portrait by Robert Peake, oil on panel, early 17th century.
RFRW3M6G–Winston Churchill aboard HMS Prince of Wales for Divine Service with President Roosevelt. Newfoundland, August 1941
RMGG58NG–Charles Philips - Frederick, Prince of Wales
RMGG29WR–The King of England, Georges V and the Prince of Wales standing on the Peronne rail bridge ruins (Somme) 1917 France, World War I
RMKF2T2M–Prince of Wales conducting symbolic orchestra. Captioned: 'Harmony ; or, the Prince of Wales' s Royal Minstrels who will, we hope, perform at St James's Palace Hall'. Orchestra used as a metaphor. Sketch from Punch.
RMKWCX13–Prince of Wales, the future Edward VIII, of Britain, c. 1915 (BSLOC 2017 1 85)
RM2D2XJ4X–The Prince of Wales looks up while taking a few tentative steps on a climbing tower during his visit to the Shadwell Basin project today (Wednesday). (Reuters WPA Rota pic) PA Photos.
RMER7F1J–Prince of Wales. Date c1875.
RMHDH5X0–Prince of Wales cigarettes tin pic1
RMCC752Y–HRH Charles Prince of Wales with Irish President Mary Robinson
RMT4GYDF–Photograph of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, 1894 by A. Pasetti
RMA4ANR0–DUKE OF WINDSOR when he was Prince of Wales
RMD98FBJ–Charles I as Prince of Wales, 1624 by Mytens
RMEWTTJY–Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, visits Smithfield Market. 4th November 1980.
RMG2NH1X–Edward, Prince of Wales, Portrait, circa 1910
RMBMBFG6–Britain's Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, undertakes diverse engagements throughout the UK
RMBEDNNY–Singer Frank Sinatra at reception the Prince of Wales Theatre
RMC9B3E8–Prince of Wales, later King George V, 1908
RMBNHEBH–Canada Waterton Alberta Winter Prince Of Wales Hotel Waterton Lakes National Park Landscape Scenery Lake Snow Cold Mountains
RM2BT7EW2–Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594-1612) portrait by Robert Peake the Elder, oil on canvas, c. 1610.
RFRW3M7G–Winston Churchill aboard HMS Prince of Wales, Newfoundland August 1941
RMF1D1E4–Anthony Van Dyck - Henry, Prince of Wales, son of James I & VI
RMW7EW74–'Churchill, jubilant, aboard H.M.S. Prince of Wales with Lord Beaverbrook, about to say farewell t
RM2BE5XRY–A shot taken in 1964 at night and in the rain, looking down Rupert Street in London's Soho with the Prince of Wales Theatre at the end and the neon lights reflecting in the puddles.
RMKWCX16–Prince of Wales, the future Edward VIII, of Britain, in New York City, 1919. Wearing a military uniform, and standing on the steps of the Woolworth Building, he is surrounded by notable American men (BSLOC 2017 1 86)
RM2D305J7–The Prince of Wales holds aloft a spade after planting a holly tree during a visit to the Macmillan cancer care centre in Guildford today (Wednesday). PA Photos (Reuter rota pic)
RMHH4GTF–The Prince of Wales, future King Edward VIII (1894-1972).
RM2JHY2WC–HRH The Prince of Wales as a young British Naval Officer Date c1914 around the World War 1 period
RM2A9KH4N–The Prince of Wales talks with dr. Girdwood, Uk
RMT4GYDC–Edward VII, Prince of Wales, portrait photograph by Paul Nadar, 1894
RM2CTCNE2–EDWARD VII (1841-1910) as Prince of Wales
RMDYEHW0–Investiture for the (later King Edward VIII) Prince of Wales was in 1911, in Caernarfon Castle in Wales
RMEWTT0W–Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, visits Smithfield Market. 4th November 1980.
RMEK3MNF–King Edward VIII, as Prince of Wales, Portrait, circa 1920's
RMBMBFGK–Britain's Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, undertakes diverse engagements throughout the UK
RMTXGC13–Prince of Wales with Empress and Prince Regent of Japan
RM2AFC838–HMS Prince of Wales (53) battleship
RMBNHEBB–Canada Waterton Alberta Winter Prince Of Wales Hotel Waterton Lakes National Park Landscape Scenery Lake Snow Cold Mountains
RM2HDCN6B–George IV. Portrait King George IV as Prince of Wales by Sir William Beechey (1753-1839), oil on canvas
RFRW3MCE–Winston Churchill with Lord Beaverbrook aboard HMS Prince of Wales, August 1941
RFR195BF–The figure represented here Charles Prince of Wales in the 1600s. He became Charles I, king of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1625 until his execution in 1649. He was a Stuart and the second son of James VI of Scotland. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMW7DP7T–Investiture of Prince Edward as Prince of Wales, Caernarfon, 1911. Artist: Unknown
RMAJH4G4–Prince of Wales, 1878, The future Edward VII in a Vanity Fair cartoon by Spy
RMC6G59J–The crown of the Prince of Wales.
RM2D2YX23–The prince of Wales congratulates Colour Sergeant Lyndon Edwards, Cwmbraian South Wales 1st Battalion Royal Regiment of Wales after presenting him with the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in Cardiff this evening (Friday). PA Photos (Rota Pic)
RMHH4G2N–A youthful Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) (1841-1910) in naval uniform.
RM2JHY2YC–HRH The Prince of Wales in a Captains officers Naval Uniform Date c1916 Prince Edward, duke of Windsor, in full, Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David
RM2D8RK0G–The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII)
RMT1T6FJ–Charles, Prince of Wales (later Charles I) as a young man in 1615, Isaac Oliver
RM2AKTBNP–EDWARD VIII (1894-1972) as Prince of Wales
RMDYEHW1–investiture for the (later King Edward VIII) Prince of Wales was in 1911, in Caernarfon Castle in Wales
RMEWTKXX–Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, visits Smithfield Market. 4th November 1980.
RMEK3MNG–King Edward VIII, of United Kingdom, as Prince of Wales, circa 1896
RMBMBFFN–Britain's Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, undertakes diverse engagements throughout the UK
RMP68XMJ–The Embarkment of the Prince of Wales at the Queen's Wharf; St. John's; Newfoundland.
RMKFAR98–Portrait of Frederick, Prince of Wales, heir apparent to the British throne from 1727 until his death. He was the eldest son of George II of Great Britain and Caroline of Ansbach, as well as the father of King George III
RMP9TX4X–Reception of the Prince of Wales, Baroda, India, November 1875
RMGGM71N–Edward VIII. Portrait of the Prince of Wales, future King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor (1894-1972), in naval uniform. Undated photo from Bains News Service
RMHGF9E7–Divine Service held aboard HMS Prince of Wales attended by Winston Churchill and Theodore Roosevelt on 10th August 1941
RFR195AP–The figures represented here are all English people from the 1600s. They are, from left to right: Charles Prince of Wales and a nobleman. Charles Prince of Wales became Charles I was king of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1625 until his execution in 1649. He was a Stuart and the second son of James VI of Scotland. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMW7DPRK–The investiture of the Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle, 1st July 1969. Artist: Unknown
RMAJH4G3–Prince of Wales 1895 photo in Racing Illustrated of the royal patron of the turf and future Edward VII
RMBMAGA7–George V and his son the Prince of Wales.
RM2D2YX2F–The Prince of Wales meets L/Cpl Shankin the goat mascot of the 2nd Battalion Royal Wales Regiment (Territorial Battalion) with handler Goat Major Cpl Dave Joseph BEM, when the Prince attended the Welsh Development Agency dinner for investors in Cardiff this evening (Friday). PA Photos (Rota Pic)
RMMHNMD7–The Prince of Wales, Albert Edward (later King Edward VII), witnesses a Private Perehara (Devil's Dance) at Kandy, Sri Lanka (Ceylon) as part of a Royal tour in December 1875. Date: 1875
RM2HK778C–President Roosevelt and Winston Churchill seated on the quarterdeck of HMS PRINCE OF WALES for a Sunday service during the Atlantic Conference, 10 August 1941. WW2 World War II President Franklin D Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill after Divine Service on board HMS PRINCE OF WALES. Immediately behind them are Admiral E J King, USN and Admiral Stark, USN. This photograph was taken during a series of meetings between President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill on board HMS PRINCE OF WALES and USS AUGUSTA in the North Atlantic off the coast of Newfoundland, 9 - 12 August 1941.
RM2D8RK0C–The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII)
RMT4GYDG–Photograph of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales wearing German military uniform, 1883 Reichard & Lindner
RM2C84JD7–EDWARD VIII (1894-1972) as Prince of Wales about 1930
RMDYEHW4–investiture for the (later King Edward VIII) Prince of Wales was in 1911, in Caernarfon Castle in Wales
RM2AECTXM–An early line illustrations showing the death of LLewelyn last of the Welsh princes (left) and Stephen de Frankton who killed him. - Llewelyn, aka Llewelyn ap Gruffydd , Llywelyn the Last , Llywelyn Yr Ail , Llywelyn II, Llywelyn Ein Llyw Olaf, The last true Prince of Wales and Tywysog Cymru, lived 1223-1282 and was the last sovereign prince of Wales before its conquest by Edward I of England. He was killed at the Battle of Orewin Bridge (also known as the Battle of Irfon Bridge) at Builth Wells under suspicious circumstances involving personal deception.
RMEK3MND–King Edward VIII, of United Kingdom, as Prince of Wales, Portrait, 1911
RMBMBFG5–Britain's Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, undertakes diverse engagements throughout the UK
RMR23JMK–Embarkation of the Prince of Wales in 'HMS Hero' In Plymouth for Canada.
RMC6BG81–Prince George of Wales, later became King George V
RMK578C1–Marriage of the Prince of Wales (Future Edward VII) to Alexandra of Denmark, 10 March 1863.
RMGGM71M–Edward VIII. Portrait of The Prince of Wales, future King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor (1894-1972), in army uniform. Photo from Bains News Service, c.1915-1920.
RF2BC03NG–Winston Churchill acknowledging the cheers of the crew of HMS Prince of Wales on his return to Britain. 19th August 1941.
RFR195A6–The figures represented here are all English people from the 1600s. They are, from left to right: Charles Prince of Wales, a nobleman, a woman of rank, Henrietta Maria, Consort of Charles I, daughter of Charles I, son of Charles I, a nobleman. Charles I was king of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1625 until his execution in 1649. He was a Stuart and the second son of James VI of Scotland. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMAD0P06–Billboard advertising Ted Heath and his Music outside Prince of Wales Theatre. Photo by Harry Hammond. UK, 1956.
RM2B00TE8–Sri Lanka: Kandyan chiefs or Radala waiting to meet the Prince of Wales, Kandy, 1876. In 1592 Kandy became the capital city of the last remaining independent kingdom in Sri Lanka after the coastal regions had been conquered by the Portuguese. Kandy stayed independent until the early 19th century. In the Second Kandyan War, the British met no resistance and reached the city on February 10, 1815. On March 2, 1815, a treaty known as the Kandyan Convention was signed between the British and the Radalas (Kandyan aristocrats). With this treaty, Kandy became a British protectorate.
RMBHR4GG–Charles I, 1600 to 1649, as Prince of Wales.
RM2D2Y7K3–CORRECTED VERSION A newly discovered miniature of George III, as the Prince of Wales. The rare and exquisite enamel, one of only five recorded examples of miniatures painted by the 18th century Swiss artist Jean-Etienne Liotard. The miniature fetch 128,000 at Christie's in London today (Tuesday), more than double the estimated value. Watch for PA Photos.
RM2ARBCJG–Eldest son of Queen Victoria, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII), embarked on an extensive tour of the Indian subcontinent. Prince visited more than 21 towns, from October 1875, returning to England in May 1876. Date: 1875
RMJ4Y8BR–The First Prince of Wales, late Victorian painting of the later Edward II, presented to the Welsh people as an infant by his father King Edward I, as their prince who could not speak English, in 1284
RMDCBBD3–HRH Prince of Wales during WW1
RMT7FX33–Queen Victoria and Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, dual portrait painting by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1846
RM2AKKADD–GEORVE V (19865-1936) as Prince of Wales about 1902
RMDYEHW3–investiture for the (later King Edward VIII) Prince of Wales was in 1911, in Caernarfon Castle in Wales
RMA562GY–Charles-Prince of Wales leaves Royal Yacht aboard a Royal Barge
RME7A2T5–Edward VII (1841-1910) King of England 1901-10, Portrait as Prince of Wales, circa 1890
RMBMBFFP–Britain's Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales making a speech at a black tie event in London
RM2A5YPW7–Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (1841-1910). Later reigned as Edward VII.
RMB5H4BX–Prince of Wales Museum now Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum Bombay India
RMM38E4M–Edward III greeting the Prince of Wales after the Battle of Crecy, 26 August 1346
RMFK1PA4–Edward VIII. Portrait of The Prince of Wales, future King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor, as a 2nd Lieutenant in the British army. Photo c.1914 from Bain News Service
RF2BC01K0–Winston Churchill at an investiture in Hyde Park with the Prince of Wales, General Pershing and John W. Davis, the American Ambassador. 19th July 1919
RF2J8E4FE–This image, dating to around 1899, shows the first Prince of Wales as a young boy hunting a deer. The first English Prince of Wales (later Edward II) was born at Caernarfon on April 25, 1284, the fourth and eldest surviving son of Edward I and Eleanor of Castille. On the completion of his father's conquest of the province, he was created Prince of Wales on February 7, 1301, at the age of 16, at a parliament at Lincoln. Edward was married to Isabella (the “she-wolf of France”), daughter of Philip IV of France and Joan I of Navarre, Her son was the future Edward III. The art is by Frances Brunda
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