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Images Dated 3rd October 2017

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Imperial State Crown of George II, was crowned 1727 Featured 3 Oct 2017 Print

Imperial State Crown of George II, was crowned 1727

Imperial State Crown that George II was crowned, on October 1727, this was George I's state crown, the arches were pulled upwards surmounted by 440 brilliant set jewels with the fleur-de-lis and cross-patee with two fine large pendants and large heart-shaped brillant fixed on the top.
October 1727

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Princess Vicky christened, 1841 Featured 3 Oct 2017 Print

Princess Vicky christened, 1841

Princess Victoria, Princess Royal of Great Britain, Crown Princess of Prussia, later Empress of Prussia (1840-1901) pictured at her christening in 1840 in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace. The ceremony was performed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Howley. Known as Vicky, she was the eldest child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. She married Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia in 1859 and was the mother of Kaiser Wilhelm II.
10 February 1841

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Drifting derelict warship, Richelieu, by G. H. Davis Featured 3 Oct 2017 Print

Drifting derelict warship, Richelieu, by G. H. Davis

The drifting of the derelict French warship, Richelieu. While being towed from Toulon to Rotterdam, the ship broke loose from her tugs at Brest, and drifted around the English Channel and the Scillies, causing a danger to other ships. The ship was eventually secured by the Dreadnought cruiser, Inflexible, during a violent gale. She was later towed away by two tugs in the direction of Holland, where she was broken up.
1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans