King Edward VII (1841–1910), Queen Alexandra (1844-1925), their daughter Princess Victoria Alexandra Olga Mary (1868–1935) and their grandchildren, Prince Edward of York, later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor (1894-1972), Prince Albert of York, later King George VI (1895-1952), Princess Victoria of York, known as Princess Mary, Princess Royal, later Countess of Harewood (1897-1965) and Prince Henry William Frederick Albert, later Duke of Gloucester (1900–1974)
F. Ralph (photographer) Dersingham
137 mm (H)104 mm (W)
Place of origin
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Lanhydrock, Cornwall (Accredited Museum)
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Studio photograph of three adults and four children; King Edward stands on the right with his hands on the shoulders of Prince Edward of York who is in a sailor's suit, the Queen sits with a baby, Prince Henry, on her lap and Prince Albert, also in a sailor's suit, sits on a carved stool in front. Prince Victoria holds Princess Victoria of York who has her left hand on the Queen's shoulder. Patterned carpet. August 1901. One of sixteen photographs in folding red and gilt leather frame which has become broken into four parts, each containing four photographs.
A gift from the Hon. Gerald Agar-Robartes, 7th Viscount Clifden, who gave Lanhydrock to the National Trust in 1953.
Marks and inscriptions
(printed on mount below photograph) THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN, PRINCESS VICTORIA, PRINCESS VICTORIA OF YORK,/PRINCE ALBERT, PRINCE HENRY AND PRINCE EDWARD OF YORK./F. Ralph, Photo,/Dersingham, Norfolk. (Copyright) Published by The London Stereoscopic Co.,/54, Cheapside, E.C.
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F. Ralph (photographer) Dersingham , photographer