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RARE PHOTO - Baby Nicholas with his Mother, Marie

RARE PHOTO - Baby Nicholas with his Mother, Marie

The daughters of the kings of Denmark, born in 1847 and her full name was Maria Sofia Federica Dagmar. In 1866 she married Alexander III of Russia and became Tsarina by the name of Maria Feodorovna Romanova.

The daughters of the kings of Denmark, born in 1847 and her full name was Maria Sofia Federica Dagmar. In 1866 she married Alexander III of Russia and became Tsarina by the name of Maria Feodorovna Romanova.

The daughters of the kings of Denmark, born in 1847 and her full name was Maria Sofia Federica Dagmar. In 1866 she married Alexander III of Russia and became Tsarina by the name of Maria Feodorovna Romanova.

The daughters of the kings of Denmark, born in 1847 and her full name was Maria Sofia Federica Dagmar. In 1866 she married Alexander III of Russia and became Tsarina by the name of Maria Feodorovna Romanova.

La Regina Sofia di Spagna - Foto da altezzareale.com

La Regina Sofia di Spagna - Foto da altezzareale.com

La Regina Sofia di Spagna - Foto da altezzareale.com

La Regina Sofia di Spagna - Foto da altezzareale.com

Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia wearing her tiara c.1900. During the Russian Revolution, this tiara was smuggled out of Russia. In 1921, it was sold by the Grand Duchess's daughter to Queen Mary. She had the tiara altered in 1924 to take 15 of the Cambridge emeralds as an alternative to the original pearls

Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia wearing her tiara c.1900. During the Russian Revolution, this tiara was smuggled out of Russia. In 1921, it was sold by the Grand Duchess's daughter to Queen Mary. She had the tiara altered in 1924 to take 15 of the Cambridge emeralds as an alternative to the original pearls

Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia wearing her tiara c.1900. During the Russian Revolution, this tiara was smuggled out of Russia. In 1921, it was sold by the Grand Duchess's daughter to Queen Mary. She had the tiara altered in 1924 to take 15 of the Cambridge emeralds as an alternative to the original pearls

Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia wearing her tiara c.1900. During the Russian Revolution, this tiara was smuggled out of Russia. In 1921, it was sold by the Grand Duchess's daughter to Queen Mary. She had the tiara altered in 1924 to take 15 of the Cambridge emeralds as an alternative to the original pearls

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): I gioielli della regina Alessandra

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): I gioielli della regina Alessandra

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): I gioielli della regina Alessandra

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): I gioielli della regina Alessandra

Queen Marie of Romania wearing her Cartier tiara and her Cartier necklace with the famous blue sapphire stone

Queen Marie of Romania wearing her Cartier tiara and her Cartier necklace with the famous blue sapphire stone