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 Born this day 4 June 1738 . Coronation Bible, with prayer book and psalter, used by King George III. Book of common prayer bound with Bible and Psalter, with pamphlet and folded leaves. Old Books, Antique Books, Vintage Books, Book Of Common Prayer, Prayer Book, Oldest Bible, Medieval Books, Magic Book, Leather Books

- Coronation Bible of King George III

Book of common prayer bound with Bible and Psalter, with pamphlet and folded leaves.

 Born this day 4 June 1738 . Coronation Bible, with prayer book and psalter, used by King George III. Book of common prayer bound with Bible and Psalter, with pamphlet and folded leaves. Old Books, Antique Books, Vintage Books, Book Of Common Prayer, Prayer Book, Oldest Bible, Medieval Books, Magic Book, Leather Books

- Coronation Bible of King George III

Book of common prayer bound with Bible and Psalter, with pamphlet and folded leaves.

Victoria's uncle - William IV, House of Hanover, August 1765 June son of George III & Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. King of England History Of England, Uk History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, History Facts, Ancient History, American History, Royal Families

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George Augustus (August 30 October / 9 November – 25 October was King George II of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) and Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire from 11 June 1727 (O.) until his death. Uk History, British History, French History, Adele, Hanoverian Kings, Roi George, King George Ii, English Monarchs, Bad Marriage

George II (1683 - 1760). Prince of Wales from 1714 to 1727, when he became king. He was married to Caroline of Ansbach and had several children.

Portrait length color image of George III (Robes of state) aka. George III of England, George William Frederick, by George Stuart.

George III – Robes of state | Dedicated to duty and preserving England's honor.

George William Frederick inherited the British Crown in 1760 when his grandfather George II died. George was the third monarch from the House of Hanover, and the first to be born in Britain. English was his first language. In fact, he never once visited Germany. Soon after accession, he and Duchess Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz were married. They were the parents of 15 children. George was the grandfather of Queen Victoria, who was the daughter of his fourth son, the Duke of Kent…

Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, Princess of Wales, painted by Jean-Baptiste van Loo c. Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Art, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Rococo Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Court Dresses, Georgian Era, Royal Clothing

Augusta of Saxe - Gotha, Princess of Wales (1719 - 1772). Wife of Frederick, Prince of Wales. She was Princess of Wales from 1736 to 1751. She was the mother of George III and eight other children.

Royal Splendor: Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, Duchess of Teck.future mother of Queen Mary ( Princess Mary (May) of Teck who married George V Princess Louise, Princess Mary, Royal Collection Trust, Museum, Baby Portraits, Queen Mary, King George, British History, Art Institute Of Chicago

Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, Duchess of Teck

Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, Duchess of Teck, is known today as the Queen Mary's mother. Dubbed as the "people's princess,"…

Crown of Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (painting detail), consort of King George III, Great Britain (late c. Im A Princess, Princess Tiara, Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Crown Decor, Invisible Crown, Tiaras And Crowns, Royal Crowns, Galerie D'art

Crown of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (painting detail), Queen consort of King George III, Great Britain (late 18th c.; diamonds, ermine).

House of Windsor: Victoria Mary of Teck, grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II. The is an obvious resemblance. Especially in younger Elizabeth. British Royal Family Tree, Royal Family Trees, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth Ii, King Edward Vii, House Of Windsor, King George

House of Windsor | Victoria Mary of Teck

Key facts about Victoria Mary of Teck who was born May 26, 1867, including biography, historical timeline and links to the British royal family tree.

Princess Mary William Beechey Oil on canvas. Beechey shows Mary drawing, a proper activity for her sisters and her. Mary was the child and daughter of King George III and Queen Charlotte. Rey George, King George, Royal Collection Trust, British History, Uk History, Princess Charlotte, Queen Victoria, Museum, Lady

The Princess Mary of the United Kingdom (1776-1857). She was a daughter of King George III and his wife, The Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was The Duchess of Gloucester & Edinburgh (1816-1834) as the wife of The Prince William The 2nd Duke of Gloucester & Edinburgh. She had no children. [portrait by William Beechey, 1797]

Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge The Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge Adolphus Frederick; 24 February 1774 – 8 July was the tenth child and seventh son of George III and Queen Charlotte. Held title of Duke of Cambridge from 1801 until his death. Reine Victoria, Queen Victoria, Queen Mary, Princess Mary, Queen Charlotte Of England, Adele, House Of Stuart, Georgian Era, Black History Facts

Adolphus Frederick, Prince of Great Britain, Duke of Cambridge; He was the son of King George III of Great Britain.

King Charles I and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France; after an original by Anthony van Dyck [above] Their children, Mary, Princess Royal; James Duke of York (later James II); Charles, Duke of. Anthony Van Dyck, Sir Anthony, Roi Charles, King Charles, Charles James, Charles Ii Of England, The Blue Boy, Anton Van, Henrietta Maria

Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) - The Five Eldest Children of Charles I

Van Dyck’s masterful painting acknowledges both the youth and the status of its royal subjects, breaking with the earlier tradition of presenting royal children as miniature adults. The picture was commissioned by Charles I but left the Royal Collection twice, during the Commonwealth and under James II, before being repurchased by George III in 1765 and hung (by 1774) in the King’s Apartments at Buckingham House. The synthesis that Van Dyck achieved in the portrait was described by the...