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Windsor Collection

Background imageWindsor Collection: Swans, Windsor Bridge, Henley

Swans, Windsor Bridge, Henley
Mute swans feed from a pontoon near the Windsor Bridge across the River Thames, Henley, Berkshire, UK. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageWindsor Collection: M. Baynon Copeland working portraits of Lady Mountbatten & W

M. Baynon Copeland working portraits of Lady Mountbatten & W
Mrs R. C. Anderson, American artist who painted under the name of M. Baynon Copeland, pictured in her studio at work on a portrait of Lady Louis Mountbatten

Background imageWindsor Collection: Duke and Duchess of Windsor with their pugs

Duke and Duchess of Windsor with their pugs
The Duke and Duchess of Windsor (formerly King Edward VIII and Mrs Wallis Simpson) shown with their beloved pug dogs. The dogs are wearing rather stylish coats

Background imageWindsor Collection: 1st battalion, Scots Guards, 1958

1st battalion, Scots Guards, 1958
Leaving England for Germany: the 1st battalion, Scots Guards, march past Windsor castle en route to the railway station. On Nov

Background imageWindsor Collection: King Edward VIII

King Edward VIII
EDWARD VIII Portrait of King Edward VIII, later Duke of Windsor photogrpahed in full dress uniform

Background imageWindsor Collection: Union-Castle liner

Union-Castle liner
The Windsor Castle, a steamship of the Union-Castle line, recognisable by the lavender hull and red and black funnel

Background imageWindsor Collection: Tatler front cover featuring Princess Elizabeth & Margaret o

Tatler front cover featuring Princess Elizabeth & Margaret o
Front cover of The Tatler featuring the fourteenth birthday picture of Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) together with her sister, Princess Margaret Rose

Background imageWindsor Collection: Windsor Real Tennis 1500

Windsor Real Tennis 1500
Real tennis is played at Windsor Castle, during the reign of Henry VII

Background imageWindsor Collection: Recruitment poster, Coldstream Guards

Recruitment poster, Coldstream Guards
Recruitment poster, Smart Men Wanted for the Coldstream Guards, showing rates of pay, with Windsor Castle in the background Date: 1923

Background imageWindsor Collection: Officers of Arms of the Heralds College, 1952

Officers of Arms of the Heralds College, 1952
Participants in the Coronation Ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II. The Officers of Arms of the Heralds College (l to r): Bluemantle, J A Frere; Windsor Herald, R P Graham-Vivian; Richmond Herald

Background imageWindsor Collection: RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line, at Capetown

RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line, at Capetown
RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line, off the coast of Capetown, South Africa. Date: 1950s

Background imageWindsor Collection: The Royal Family in 1923

The Royal Family in 1923
The British Royal Family on the wedding day of the Duke of York (later King George VI). From left to right: Prince Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII)

Background imageWindsor Collection: Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Marriage certificate, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Marriage certificate of Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II) and Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)

Background imageWindsor Collection: The Copper Horse - Windsor Great Park, Windsor, Berkshire

The Copper Horse - Windsor Great Park, Windsor, Berkshire
The Copper Horse by Sir Richard Westmacott (1775-1856) - marking the end of the Long Walk at Snow Hill in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire Date: circa 1910s

Background imageWindsor Collection: The Queen reviews the Grenadier Guards

The Queen reviews the Grenadier Guards
At the tercentenary parade of the Grenadier Guards at Windsor, the Queen turns to speak to Colonel Sir Thomas Butler, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regiment. Date: 1956

Background imageWindsor Collection: King George V and family; early 1920s

King George V and family; early 1920s
King George V and his wife Queen Mary together with four of their five surviving children, from left; Prince Albert of York (later King George VI)

Background imageWindsor Collection: King Edward VIII as Admiral of the Fleet by John St. Helier

King Edward VIII as Admiral of the Fleet by John St. Helier
King Edward VIII (1894-1972), later Duke of Windsor, painted by John St. Helier Lander in the robes of Admiral of the Fleet and as Sovereign of The Order of the Garter

Background imageWindsor Collection: A Ceremonial Occasion at Windsor Castle

A Ceremonial Occasion at Windsor Castle Date: 1960s

Background imageWindsor Collection: Shakespeare quotation on a greetings card

Shakespeare quotation on a greetings card (inside pages) -- Heaven give you many, many merry days (The Merry Wives of Windsor). With a colourful spray of flowers. (2 of 2) Date: circa 1890s

Background imageWindsor Collection: Records of first UK aerial mail service

Records of first UK aerial mail service
Thepostmasters official handwrittenrecordsrelatingto thefirst UKaerialmail service from London to Windsor andWindsor to LondoninSeptember1911. 1911

Background imageWindsor Collection: Tatler front cover / Prince Philip, July 1962

Tatler front cover / Prince Philip, July 1962
Prince Philip playing polo for Windsor Park against Silver Leys, photographed for the front cover of The Tatler in 1962. A well-known and skilful polo player

Background imageWindsor Collection: The Tatler front-cover: The Duchess of Windsor

The Tatler front-cover: The Duchess of Windsor
The Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson, in The Tatler magazine, March 1939. The caption reads: This portrait of the beautiful wife of H.R.H

Background imageWindsor Collection: Queen Victoria and children in mourning at Windsor

Queen Victoria and children in mourning at Windsor
Queen Victoria with her daughters, Vicky (Crown Princess of Prussia, standing behind), Alice (kneeling) and her son Prince Alfred, mourning Prince Albert

Background imageWindsor Collection: First airmail letter delivered, Windsor Castle

First airmail letter delivered, Windsor Castle
The first airmail letter ever to be delivered is handed to the Postmaster of Windsor, to whom it is addressed, on the East Lawn of Windsor Castle

Background imageWindsor Collection: Falstaff in Basket

Falstaff in Basket
Falstaff is hidden in a laundry basket

Background imageWindsor Collection: Map - The River Thames, Windsor to Westminster

Map - The River Thames, Windsor to Westminster
Map by M. F. Peck - The River Thames, Windsor to Westminster

Background imageWindsor Collection: Engineering workshop model

Engineering workshop model, based on the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich workshop c.1893-1910

Background imageWindsor Collection: Airmail postcards at Gamages, London

Airmail postcards at Gamages, London
People at Gamages in Holborn, Central London, addressing postcards and posting them in the special London Aerial Postbox, in time for the first aerial mail service from Hendon to Windsor

Background imageWindsor Collection: Windsor Castle / C1887

Windsor Castle / C1887
Windsor Castle, seen across the river

Background imageWindsor Collection: Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria
QUEEN VICTORIA A family group at Windsor Castle, during her Diamond Jubilee year

Background imageWindsor Collection: Sons of George V

Sons of George V
EDWARD VIII and his brothers. From left, Prince George, Duke of Kent, the King (formerly Prince of Wales), Albert, Duke of York and Henry, Duke of Gloucester

Background imageWindsor Collection: Wedding Bells of the 1913 Season Freda Dudley Ward

Wedding Bells of the 1913 Season Freda Dudley Ward
Winifred Birkin on her wedding day arriving at St. Margaret s, Westminster for her marriage to William Dudley Ward. Winifred, better known as Freda Dudley Ward (1894-1983)

Background imageWindsor Collection: Canon John Neale Dalton (1839-1931), Steward of St. Georges Chapel, Windsor

Canon John Neale Dalton (1839-1931), Steward of St. Georges Chapel, Windsor, and appointed tutor to the future George V and his elder brother, Albert Victor, in 1871

Background imageWindsor Collection: Evacuee children in gas masks near Windsor, 1941

Evacuee children in gas masks near Windsor, 1941
London babies find peace in the country: a nurse walks evacuated children in gas masks across a playground, to accustom them to the wearing of gas masks. LCC Residential School near Windsor

Background imageWindsor Collection: The Princess Royal and her brother the Duke of Windsor

The Princess Royal and her brother the Duke of Windsor
March 11th, 1953 - The Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII and his younger sister, Princess Mary, the Princess Royal on their arrival in Southampton on the Queen Elizabeth

Background imageWindsor Collection: RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line

RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line
RMS Windsor Castle, passenger and cargo liner of the Union Castle Line. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageWindsor Collection: Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones with Queen Mot

Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong Jones with Queen Mot
Princess Margaret and her fiance, Anthony Armstrong-Jones pictured together with the Queen Mother at the Royal Lodge, Windsor shortly after the announcement of their engagement

Background imageWindsor Collection: Royal Family at Christmas Service, 1969

Royal Family at Christmas Service, 1969
Members of the Royal family leave St. Georges Chapel, Windsor after attending the Christmas service there. In the foreground is Queen Elizabeth II holding the hand of her youngest son

Background imageWindsor Collection: Wallis Simpson

Wallis Simpson
A glamorous studio portrait of Bessie Wallis Warfield Simpson, later Duchess of Windsor (1896-1986), American socialite. Born in Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania, she divorced her second husband

Background imageWindsor Collection: Dining Room, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire

Dining Room, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire - Length of State Dining Room. Part of Box 247 Boswell Collection. Date: circa 1900

Background imageWindsor Collection: Cartoon, theatre managers and Queen Victoria

Cartoon, theatre managers and Queen Victoria
Cartoon, theatre managers (Irving, Toole, James and Bancroft) besieging Queen Victoria at Windsor. Now that a rumour has gone abroad that Her Majesty will one more give theatrical entertainments at

Background imageWindsor Collection: Sitting on the grass - Long Walk - Windsor Castle, Berkshire

Sitting on the grass - Long Walk - Windsor Castle, Berkshire
Sitting on the grass before the last section (and gates) of the Long Walk at Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England. Date: early 1950s

Background imageWindsor Collection: Edward VIII in his Coronation robes

Edward VIII in his Coronation robes
A triptych of paintings by Fortunino Matania of King Edward VIII dressed in his ceremonial Coronation robes, part of a special Coronation number prepared in advance by the Illustrated London News but

Background imageWindsor Collection: Prince of Wales with Denys Finch-Hatton

Prince of Wales with Denys Finch-Hatton
Prince of Wales, later King Edward VIII, and Duke of Windsor, pictured with the Hon. Denys Finch-Hatton, who had accompanied the Prince on his most recent safari in East Africa

Background imageWindsor Collection: Princess Elizabeth of York at y Bwthyn bach to Gwellt

Princess Elizabeth of York at y Bwthyn bach to Gwellt
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret of York seated on the steps of their own miniature house at the Royal Lodge, Windsor

Background imageWindsor Collection: Princess Helena with Prince Christian Victor

Princess Helena with Prince Christian Victor
Princess Helena, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein (1846-1923) with her eldest child, Prince Christian Victor, born at Windsor on 14 April 1867

Background imageWindsor Collection: Quadrangle, Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire

Quadrangle, Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageWindsor Collection: Photograph of Windsor Tavern, Brighton, Sussex

Photograph of Windsor Tavern, Brighton, Sussex. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Corner on view of the pub



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