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portrait by Dorothy Wilding, taken shortly after Elizabeth's ascension to the throne

portrait by Dorothy Wilding, taken shortly after Elizabeth's ascension to the throne

June 2, 1953 	Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey  | ...

June 2, 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey | ...

Mary Eastman (British, c.1953)   Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, seated three-quarter length, in royal dress  signed and dated 'Mary Eastman/1953' (lower left)   oil on canvas   40 x 30 in. (101.6 x 76.2 cm.)

Mary Eastman (British, c.1953) Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, seated three-quarter length, in royal dress signed and dated 'Mary Eastman/1953' (lower left) oil on canvas 40 x 30 in. (101.6 x 76.2 cm.)

Queen Elizabeth II (5 July 2010) ©Tim Rooke/Rex Features

Queen Elizabeth II (5 July 2010) ©Tim Rooke/Rex Features

diamond jubilee - I love that she is smiling in this one and her earring is swinging!

diamond jubilee - I love that she is smiling in this one and her earring is swinging!

Queen Elizabeth II, wearing her "best diamonds" portrait by Dorothy Wilding 1952

Queen Elizabeth II, wearing her "best diamonds" portrait by Dorothy Wilding 1952

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

This Flower Basket brooch was given to Queen Elizabeth by her parents in November 1948 to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles. The brooch features a large ruby, diamonds in flower sprays with a ruby, and sapphire and diamond petals in a basket design. However, what is likely MORE valauble than the brooch is the illuminated manuscript in which she is pointing and the authors here fail to point this out. . .

91 years of style: all the Queen's brooches

This Flower Basket brooch was given to Queen Elizabeth by her parents in November 1948 to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles. The brooch features a large ruby, diamonds in flower sprays with a ruby, and sapphire and diamond petals in a basket design. However, what is likely MORE valauble than the brooch is the illuminated manuscript in which she is pointing and the authors here fail to point this out. . .

young queen elizabeth 2nd

young queen elizabeth 2nd

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