RMFD2P2D–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, portrait c.1909
RMC269GA–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia
RMBHWT7E–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, Tsaritsa Alexandra, and their children Olga, Tatiana & Marie, c1900. Artist: Unknown
RMD2B670–The Czar's place, Kremlin, Moscow, Russia, circa 1900
RMA0A9RY–Tsar Peter the Great. Hand-colored steel engraving
RMB7KCM8–QUEEN VICTORIA and Albert Edward Prince of Wales are visited at Balmoral Castle by Tsar Nicholas - see Description below
RMGG294H–Alexander III, Tsar of Russia, on a visit to Copenhagen 1893 Danemark
RMHRHB4C–Queen Victoria and Tsar Nicholas II
RMMKN4XP–Punishment of the Tsar
RMDDP5NW–Nicholas I Tsar of Russia - Engraving XIX th century
RMG5JERE–World War One - Tsar inspecting artillery
RMD00HTT–Tsar Nicholas II (1868-1918) - Russia's last emperor - was born on 18 May 1868. From the archives of Press Portrait Service, formerly Press Portrait Bureau.
RMTAACCB–'General Fevrier turned traitor'. By John Leech (1817-1864). Tsar Nicholas I died March 2nd 1855. He had said 'Russia has two generals in whom she can confide, Generals Janvier and Fevrier'. From Punch, March 10th 1855.
RMCPM550–Tsar Alexander III, 1874
RMMC88CM–Tsar Nicholas II in old Russian dress
RM2AP14FR–Tsar Ivan The Terrible, painting by Viktor Vasnetsov, 1897
RMBRJ5GY–Portrait photo c1914 of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and his family - all murdered in July 1918 following the Russian Revolution.
RMB5MWHR–9RD 1914 8 2 A1 2 E Tsar Nicholas Proclamation of War 1914 Great War 1914 18 Russia declares war 2 Aug 20 July O S 1914 Tsar Nic
RMFD2P2C–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia with his family, 1913
RMF8TD0G–Alexander II, Tsar of Russia
RMW7CFB2–King Chulalongkorn of Siam and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in St. Petersburg, 1897, 1897.
RMRRRWW4–The choice of the bride Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich - Konstantin Makovsky
RMA64PGC–French Emperor Napoleon and Russian Tsar Alexander I discussing a treaty of alliance at Tilsit 1807. Hand-colored woodcut
RMD9902M–Alexander II Tsar of Russia
RMGG2A9J–Celebration in the honour of the Tsar Nicholas II entering Compiègne 1901 France
RMG15J9B–Boris Fedorovich Godunov (1551-1605) Tsar of Muscovy, the most famous member of an ancient, now extinct, Russian family of Tatar origin, which migrated from the Horde to Muscovy in the 14th century. During the first years of his reign, he was both popular
RMDR2CWD–How the Tsar Travels
RMDDXRN0–Alexander I Tsar of Russia from 1801 in military uniform
RMGC914J–GRAND DUCHESS ANASTASIA, THE YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF TSAR NICHOLAS II AND TSARINA ALEXANDRA.
RMERHFD1–Peter The Great, Tsar Peter I of Russia, Tsar Peter I of Russia, 1672-1725.
RME7JKB8–Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia, 1827 – 1892. Second son of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia.
RMCPM558–Tsar Michael Romanov, 1613-1645
RMC2JD9X–Portrait Tsar Nicholas I of Russia
RMTYGX4W–Tsar Feodor III of Russia, 1661-1682, portrait engraving, 1700-1899
RF2KE44PN–VANITY FAIR SPY CARTOON Tsar Alexander II of Russia 'La civilisation Russe' 1869
RMDCYPBT–19th century - The triumph of the Tsar - Louis Léopold Boilly (1814) - Musée de l'armée / Hôtel National des Invalides
RM2HCCDBR–Peter the Great. Portrait of Tsar Peter I of Russia (1672-1725), oil on canvas, 18th century
RMC269GP–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia
RMMPWNA7–The edict of the Tsar Boris Godunov, 1601.
RMRM20N8–Tsar Alexander II, Princess Catherine Dolgorukova with their children George and Olga.
RMMKCBJX–Tsar Nicholas II. Photograph
RM2K038PE–Tsar Peter Alekseevich, later Peter the Great.
RMGG2C06–Tsar Nicholas II blessing a regiment leaving for the Russo-Japanese War 1904 Russia
RMT963NE–The assassination of Tsar Alexander II: the place outside the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg is strewn with corpses and debris of the bomb-explosion, while Alexander emerges alive from his coach, only to be killed by another bomb shortly afterward. Labeled lithograph. Alexander II (1818 - 1881) was the Emperor of Russia from 2 March 1855 until his assassination on 13 March 1881. He was also the King of Poland and the Grand Duke of Finland.
RMMKN515–Archer's Wife and Tsar
RMDR1PRP–TSAR ALEXANDER II
RMRT6397–Tsar Alexander II of Russia, from the house Romanov, 1818-1881 (murdered). Lithography from: 'National / Kalender für alle Kronländer der kaiserl. königl. österreichischen Monarchie auf das Schaltjahr 1856 (National calender for all crownlands of the imperial monarchy of Austria, 1856), lithographer W. Klimt, published by Carl Wilhelm Medow, Leitmeritz / Prague., Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMG5J5R5–World War One - Russian leaders - Tsar Nicholas II of Russia
RMERHND5–Tsar Peter I of Russia (Peter the Great) with his son Alexei - after a painting by N. Gué. Original held at the State Russian
RMKK7687–Irina Feodorovna Godunova, later Alexandra, 1557–1603. Tsaritsa of Russia by marriage to Tsar Feodor I Ivanovich and the sister of Tsar Boris Godunov. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMCPM54R–Tsar Alexander III, circa 1890
RMC2JFH1–Bowing before the Russian Tsar
RMTYGX49–Tsar Ivan V of Russia, 1666-1696, portrait painting, 1700-1799
RF2HJT0NR–The Parliament House or Sobranje. The Square building, faces the Tsar Liberator Boulevard which leads to Boris Park. Bulgaria. Sofia (1923)
RMBCBYK2–PETER THE GREAT - Tsar and Emperor of Russia
RMFD0EX2–Tsar Nicholas II at Tsarkoye Selo (Detskoye Selo), Russia, after his abdication in 1917.
RMD2YG14–Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich, Mikhail I Fyodorovich, Mikhail Fedorovich first Russian Tsar of the house of Romanov.
RMMPX7C6–Tsar Vasili IV Ivanovich Shuisky, Early 17th cen..
RMRRRWWA–Tsar Ivan the Terrible asks hiegumen Kornily to admit him into monks - Klavdy Lebedev
RMMHGD24–Tsar Peter I in the attire he wore at Azov. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2K038HN–Ivan the Terrible (1530 - 1584) Tsar of Russia.
RMBKB83N–Tsar Year : 2009 Director : Pavel Lungin
RMBJKH27–TSAR -2009 PAVEL LUNGIN (DIR)
RMMKJE8B–Tsar Nicholas II
RMG39XK8–SOCIALISM AND TSAR
RMRT6372–Tsar Alexander II of Russia, from the house Romanov, 1818-1881 (murdered). Lithography from: 'National / Kalender für alle Kronländer der kaiserl. königl. österreichischen Monarchie auf das Schaltjahr 1856 (National calender for all crownlands of the imperial monarchy of Austria, 1856), lithographer W. Klimt, published by Carl Wilhelm Medow, Leitmeritz / Prague., Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMG5J34W–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in the uniform of a private soldier.
RMERGEB2–Dmitry Karakozov's attempt to assassinate Tsar Alexander II in St Petersburg, 4 April 1866. Illustration by A. Kardovsky. Early
RMP20T24–Ivan IV Vasilyevich, 1530 – 1584, aka Ivan the Terrible or Ivan the Fearsome. Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547, then Tsar of All Rus' until his death in 1584. Illustration by Gordon Ross, American artist and illustrator (1873-1946), from Living Biographies of Famous Rulers.
RMCPM559–Tsar Alexander III, circa 1890
RMPD8N6K–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. 1868-1918. The last emperor of Russia.
RMTYGXWW–Tsar Peter the Great of Russia, 1672-1725, portrait painting, 1700-1750
RF2HJT0JY–Sofia. In the Square before the Parliament House is a monument to Alexander II., the Tsar Liberator, who freed Bulgaria in 1878 (1923)
RMTRP0C9–PETER THE GREAT (1672-1725) Tsar of Russia
RMGH30P3–George V and Tsar Nicholas II. Portrait of King George V (1865-1936) and Tsar Nicholas II (1868-1918). Photo from Bains News Service, c.1913.
RMF8TDMK–The former Tsar Nicholas II, at Tsarskoye Selo after his abdication in March 1917. One of the last photographs taken of Nicholas II
RMMPWX0C–The Death of Tsar Fyodor II Borisovich Godunov, 1605, 1698.
RMRM20NB–Coronation of Tsar Alexander II - Entry Procession to the Uspenskij-Cathedral - Mihaly Zichy, 1856
RMMHGD60–Tsar Ivan IV (the Terrible) after killing his son, Ivan. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2K02KFW–Caricature of Tsar Nicholas II and his ministers. 1917
RMBKB83K–Tsar Year : 2009 Director : Pavel Lungin Oleg Yankovsky
RMBKRJC8–TSAR (2009) PYOTR MAMONOV PAVEL LUNGIN (DIR) 002
RMMKPWKA–Tsar Alexander I of Russia 1810
RMDR2C8N–MEMORIAL FOR TSAR
RMCYNYKP–Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria (1861 - 1948) - dedication frame, for a photograph with a picture of the Tsar. Smooth silver frame, dimensions 12 x 16 cm, on top a superimposed, silver tsarist crown. Punched at the bottom 'Wollenweber 800'. The reverse side made from red morocco leather with a stand. The photograph shows Ferdinand in his hussar uniform. With it a presentation case with manufacturer's inscription of the silversmith to the Bavarian court, Eduard Wollenweber, people, 19th century, object, objects, stills, clipping, clippings, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs,
RMG5M069–World War One - Russian Leaders. Tsar Nicholas II and the Tsarevitch Alexis.
RMERG9NT–Coronation of Tsar Alexander III of Russia, 27 May 1883, Moscow, travelling in gilded carriage. Saint Basil's Cathedral in the
RMKW4G6N–Ivan the Terrible entering Kazan in 1552. Ivan IV Vasilyevich, 1530 – 1584, aka Ivan the Terrible or Ivan the Fearsome. Grand Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547, then 'Tsar of All the Russias' until his death in 1584. From Ward and Lock's Illustrated History of the World, published c.1882.
RMC460B0–Tsar Nicholas II, 1906
RMPD8NBR–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. 1868-1918. The last emperor of Russia.
RMTYGX43–Tsar Peter the Great of Russia, 1672-1725, portrait painting (detail), 1700-1750
RMMPPPH2–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, c1900. Artist: Unknown.
RMF8F7RF–TSAR NICHOLAS II OF RUSSIA (1868-1917)
RMM95N97–Peter the Great. Portrait of Tsar Peter I of Russia (1672-1725) by Paul Delaroche, oil on canvas, 1838.
RMF8TD0Y–Tsar Nicholas II of Russia with his physically similar cousin, King George V of the United Kingdom (right), in German military uniforms in Berlin before the war
RMMPWNA9–The edict of the Tsar Ivan IV the Terrible (1530-1584), 1497.
RMRKDTGB–Daguerreotype of an oval miniature painting of Tsar Nicholas I (1796-1855) on his death bed.
RMB6K0EE–Russian artillery: the Tsar Puska or emperor cannon 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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