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The sons of the last King of Saxony. from left to right:  Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony,  Crown Prince Georg of Saxony and  Prince Friedrich Christian of Saxony

The sons of the last King of Saxony. from left to right: Prince Ernst Heinrich of Saxony, Crown Prince Georg of Saxony and Prince Friedrich Christian of Saxony

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Erzherzogin Sophie mit ihrer Schwester Marie, Königin von Sachsen. Lithograph by Franz Seraph Hanfstaengel (1804-1877)

Erzherzogin Sophie mit ihrer Schwester Marie, Königin von Sachsen. Lithograph by Franz Seraph Hanfstaengel (1804-1877)

Baroness Olga de Meyer, about 1905

Baroness Olga de Meyer, about 1905

6. The Romantic Period: 1836-1830, woman. Skirt appears less buoyant. Waistline is placed exactly at waist. Shoulder dropped line for narrow sleeve.

6. The Romantic Period: 1836-1830, woman. Skirt appears less buoyant. Waistline is placed exactly at waist. Shoulder dropped line for narrow sleeve.

cameo Margaret

cameo Margaret

Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia and her Hessian cousins ~ Hereditary Grand Duke Georg Donatus and Prince Ludwig of Hesse  (Darmstadt) and By Rhine. "AL"

Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia and her Hessian cousins ~ Hereditary Grand Duke Georg Donatus and Prince Ludwig of Hesse (Darmstadt) and By Rhine. "AL"

mi lascio andare - warpaintpeggy:   INCREDIBLE DRESSES IN ART (47/∞)...

mi lascio andare - warpaintpeggy: INCREDIBLE DRESSES IN ART (47/∞)...

The family of Duke and Duchess Philipp of Württemberg, from left: Duchess Margarethe Sophie, her husband Duke Albrecht, Duchess Marie-Thérèse, Princess Isabelle, her husband Prince Johann Georg of Saxony, Duke Philipp, Duke Robert and Duke Ulrich.

The family of Duke and Duchess Philipp of Württemberg, from left: Duchess Margarethe Sophie, her husband Duke Albrecht, Duchess Marie-Thérèse, Princess Isabelle, her husband Prince Johann Georg of Saxony, Duke Philipp, Duke Robert and Duke Ulrich.

Sometimes called the Crown of Charlemagne or the Nuremberg Crown, it is an octagon of gold plates, variously enamled and encrusted with precious stones, was for centuries the supreme emblem of the sovereign who bore the title of Holy Roman Emperor. It seems to have been made at a monastery on Lake Constance for the Emperor Otto I in about 961.

Sometimes called the Crown of Charlemagne or the Nuremberg Crown, it is an octagon of gold plates, variously enamled and encrusted with precious stones, was for centuries the supreme emblem of the sovereign who bore the title of Holy Roman Emperor. It seems to have been made at a monastery on Lake Constance for the Emperor Otto I in about 961.

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