The funeral procession of His Majesty Wilhelm I, by the Grace of God German Emperor and King of Prussia, in March 1888. Schinkel’s Supreme Parish can be seen in the background.
Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee of 1897
HH.RR.HH. The Dukes of Cambridge
Margaret Lockwood and Joan Bennett meet the King and Queen at the inaugural Royal Command Film Performance, 1946
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Empress Alexandra Feodorovna during a dinner held on the Russian Imperial Yacht Standart, 1909.
The coronation took place at Rheims, with all the accustomed pomp. At this period the people’s love for Louis XVI. burst forth in transports not to be mistaken for party demonstrations or idle curiosity. He replied to this enthusiasm by marks of confidence, worthy of a people happy in being governed by a good King; he took a pleasure in repeatedly walking without guards, in the midst of the crowd which pressed around him, and called down blessings on his head. I remarked the impression made at this time by an observation of Louis XVI. On the day of his coronation he put his hand up to his head, at the moment of the crown being placed upon it, and said, “It pinches me.” Henri III. had exclaimed, “It pricks me.” Those who were near the King were struck with the similarity between these two exclamations, though not of a class likely to be blinded by the superstitious fears of ignorance.
Memoirs Of The Court Of Marie Antoinette - Madame Campan
Street Scenes, Fifth Avenue Easter Parade, 59th Street (P. Eulalia), 1899 .
Queen Elizabeth II