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First draft of the layout for the gardens of the Petit Trianon. Approved and signed by Marie Antoinette on July 10th, 1774.

First draft of the layout for the gardens of the Petit Trianon. Approved and signed by Marie Antoinette on July 10th, 1774.

marie antoinette signature marriage - Google Search

marie antoinette signature marriage - Google Search

Vintage ‘Marie Antoinette’ post card

Vintage ‘Marie Antoinette’ post card

Maps Before Maps - Retronaut

Maps Before Maps - Retronaut

“ Newton’s notebook pages   ”

“ Newton’s notebook pages ”

Marie Antoinette's last letter to her children, stained by tears.

Marie Antoinette's last letter to her children, stained by tears.

Ghostly image of Marie Antoinette’s private chambers…  “The Cabinet de la Meridienne, a small octagonal room decorated   in 1782 to celebrate the birth of the Dauphin. This is one of the rooms   at Versaille where we can most readily imagine Marie Antoinette’s life,   and understand her style. The subtle interplay of mirrors creates the   sense of intimate privacy actively sought by the queen…”  Marie Antoinette Style

Ghostly image of Marie Antoinette’s private chambers… “The Cabinet de la Meridienne, a small octagonal room decorated in 1782 to celebrate the birth of the Dauphin. This is one of the rooms at Versaille where we can most readily imagine Marie Antoinette’s life, and understand her style. The subtle interplay of mirrors creates the sense of intimate privacy actively sought by the queen…” Marie Antoinette Style

This letter, signed by Marie Antoinette at Versailles in1783 begins with a request for payment for the billeting of officers. The 2nd part of the document is of note because it orders payment to "our tailor ordinaire." This was an important time in the history of the queen's prestige, since her extravagant expenses on her wardrobe created a great scandal in France. Her expenditures on gowns, many by the famed designer Rose Bertin, led to her being vilified by the lower classes throughout…

This letter, signed by Marie Antoinette at Versailles in1783 begins with a request for payment for the billeting of officers. The 2nd part of the document is of note because it orders payment to "our tailor ordinaire." This was an important time in the history of the queen's prestige, since her extravagant expenses on her wardrobe created a great scandal in France. Her expenditures on gowns, many by the famed designer Rose Bertin, led to her being vilified by the lower classes throughout…

Part of a sleeve (I assume from some sort of chemise or other undergarment) with a small embroidered crown worn by Marie Antoinette during her captivity in the Temple. It was given to the Comtesse Ludovic de Poix by Marie Therese Charlotte, when the Comtesse visited her at Frohsdorf during the last year of her life.

Part of a sleeve (I assume from some sort of chemise or other undergarment) with a small embroidered crown worn by Marie Antoinette during her captivity in the Temple. It was given to the Comtesse Ludovic de Poix by Marie Therese Charlotte, when the Comtesse visited her at Frohsdorf during the last year of her life.

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