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Albany Gallery

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Choose from 123 pictures in our Albany collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Royal Wedding 1904 -- Houses of Albany and Teck Featured Print

Royal Wedding 1904 -- Houses of Albany and Teck

Princess Alice of Albany, later Countess of Athlone (seated) (1883-1981) and Prince Alexander of Teck, later Alexander Cambridge, 1st Earl of Athlone (1874-1957), photographed on their wedding day. The five bridesmaids are, from left to right, Princess Mary of Wales, Princess Mary of Teck, the Princesses of Connaught (Margaret and Patricia), and Princess Helen of Waldeck-Pyrmont. The wedding took place on 10 February 1904 at St George's Chapel, Windsor. Date: 10 February 1904

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar

St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex - Caple ne Ferne Featured Print

St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex - Caple ne Ferne

London Transport Central Road Services (CRS) Employees Friendly Society Convalescent Home - "Caple-ne-Ferne" viewed from the Pevensey Road. Caple ne Ferne is a Grade II listed building situated at 2 Albany Road in St Leonards-on-Sea. It was built in 1879 for Major Robert Tubbs (a retired army officer) and his French born wife Fanny. The large detached house with servant quarters was built by local architects Jeffery & Skiller in an eclectic style that is also reminiscent of the architecture of northern France. The name Caple ne Ferne was thought to have come from old Norman French meaning Chapel in the Woods'. Date: 1923

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Caricature of Prince Leopold in Parliament Featured Print

Caricature of Prince Leopold in Parliament

Caricature of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (1853-1884), youngest son of Queen Victoria -- The Royal Hat-Trick. A comment on a parliamentary debate about granting more money to Prince Leopold (and to his bride) on the event of their marriage. The Prince was not present in person, but some MPs, including the radical Liberal MP John Bright (right), showed disrespect by not removing their hats while a royal person was the subject of debate. There was some opposition to granting the Prince more money, but the vote was easily carried in his favour.
1882

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library